Pair/tuple data type in Go

While doing the final exercise of the Tour of Go, I decided I needed a queue of ( string , int ) pairs. That’s easy enough:

type job struct {
    url string
    depth int
}

queue := make(chan job)
queue <- job{url, depth}

But this got me thinking: are there built-in pair/tuple data types in Go? There is support for returning multiple values from a function, but AFAICT, the multiple value tuples produced are not first-class citizens in Go’s type system. Is that the case?

As for the “what have you tried” part, the obvious syntax (from a Python programmer’s POV)

queue := make(chan (string, int))

didn’t work.