Google Assistant has always been a relatively expensive product, and it’s only been about $70 per year for the first year, but the company may be poised to start bringing in even more money.
Google Assistant may be cheaper than a lot of other assistant products, and according to a new report from Equilar, the assistant may earn up to $300 per hour.
The report, based on salary data provided by Equilar and job listings for assistants on Glassdoor, also estimates that Google Assistant’s annual salary would range from $50,000 to $60,000 per year, depending on how long you work for the company.
The median salary for Google Assistant assistants is $51,000.
But according to the report, Google Assistant could be getting even more than that, as the company’s hiring strategy suggests.
Google is reportedly looking for candidates to become its Assistant in the United States and the European Union.
Google said in a statement to The Verge that it is “very proud” of its Assistant team, but noted that it’s been “looking at ways to increase the amount of available resources.”
That may mean adding more staff, which would certainly help the Assistant team.
Google added that the Assistant Team is “doing very well,” and that its team is “in constant communication with the team” as they work on the project.
The company’s Assistant Team has been working on the Assistant project for some time.
According to the company, the team has been “working on the assistant for more than four months” and is “working very closely” with the company on the “high-quality, intelligent voice search.”
The assistant will have a “beautiful, intuitive interface” and “feature an intelligent search function,” according to Google.
In a statement, Google said it has “always been committed to building great assistants for the workplace, and we are excited to be able to make it even better.”
It also said that it has been using a “small team of experts to help with the Assistant’s design, research, and testing.”
In the report from the Equilar report, the Assistant is estimated to cost Google $55,000 annually.
The firm also said the Assistant could “double in value” if it “becomes more of a real-time assistant.”
Google Assistant, which launched in October 2016, is an assistant that allows users to use their voice to search, answer questions, and answer questions for others.
The Assistant is available for iOS and Android.
The Google Assistant Team, which is based in San Francisco, is currently working on “a number of high-quality applications” for the Assistant, according to an Equilar representative.
Google previously said that the assistant would be available in both English and Chinese, but Google Assistant is not available in any languages yet.
Google will likely add more languages as time goes on, as well as adding support for more languages in the future.
According the company in a recent earnings call, Google’s Assistant is a “top priority” in its “search, video, and music” efforts, but it’s also working on a number of other applications.
The assistant has already been integrated into Google Maps, where it can “turn any point into a location, such as a restaurant, coffee shop, or bar.”
The Google Maps Assistant has also been integrated with the Play Store, Google Music, and Google Now.