The tech industry is still grappling with the fallout from the mass resignation of many of its employees last week, with the majority of companies paying their employees less than $30 an hour.
The Wall Street Journal and Business Insider analyzed the salaries paid to interns for each tech company in 2017.
The tech industry has been hit particularly hard by the resignation of its chief executive, Marissa Mayer, and other CEOs who have had to struggle with the economic fallout.
The number of companies offering internships rose 5 percent last year, to 1,621 companies, according to a new report from Accenture.
The number of interns who received full-time jobs was up just 5 percent, from 5,902 to 5,962.
Tech companies have also been forced to scramble to keep up with the influx of interns, as some of their current interns work full- or part-time and others work on temporary assignments.
The WSJ reports that companies with fewer than 100 employees, or less than 1 percent of their workforce, were paying interns a total of $1,849 per hour.
Tech firms have been scrambling to find ways to pay their interns as fast as possible, and are finding it more difficult than ever to attract and retain talented talent.