Several energy companies, including Chevron(CVX) and Exxon Mobil(XOM), also made the cut.
According to Glassdoor spokesman Scott Dobroski, interns at these top companies are making even more this year than they have in the past. Pay has increased between 2% to 5% year-over-year for the majority of companies on the list, he said.
The reason? To win the war on talent.
"The fight for the best and brightest young minds is fierce," he said "If these great minds go somewhere else, that's going to hurt them, so they're willing to pay top dollar."
The climbing intern pay comes in the midst of a broader debate over unpaid internships. Hundreds of interns have filed lawsuits or raised complaints over working long hours for free.
Some have won cases or settlements against Fox Searchlight Pictures and Charlie Rose. Interns at Elite Model Management, Hearst Magazine, Condé Nast, Atlantic Records, Gawker and Warner Music Group have filed similar suits.