TechCrunch is reporting that Google’s ad network paid an employee $1.8 million last year.

Google Adwords, the company’s ad product, employs more than 200,000 people worldwide.

The job description on the Google ad network website is a bit more specific, listing “Advertising Manager, Business Development, Analytics, Digital Marketing, Online Marketing, Search, Analytics & Data Scientist.”

Google also mentions that the job is “in the top tier of positions at Google” and includes a list of “Advantage, Expertise, Experience and/or Specialty Skills.”

The job posting includes a link to the company website.

The job is also listed as a Google Partner position.

Google’s spokesperson for Advertising, AdWords, and Digital Marketing said that the company does not comment on individual job titles.

We have reached out to Google for comment.

Google does not provide a salary breakdown for its employees in its advertising division, but its employees do receive a severance package that includes a bonus.

The compensation is based on years of experience, the website states.

According to Google’s compensation policy, employees in the advertising division are eligible for a bonus based on “experience in digital marketing and digital advertising.”

Google’s employees who have received severance can apply for it, but employees can also apply for severance by completing a short application for “Employee Benefits.”

Google employees who are not eligible for severances can receive them in the form of “cash, travel, meals, or other benefits,” the website says.