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HOT JOBS

Ready to up your game? Consider taking on these must-have creative team members. Content strategist • Plans, creates and manages web content that is easy to read and find, actionable, and shareable across digital platforms. The content strategist delivers assets that satisfy the goals of a company or client and the needs of a customer or end user. Digital marketing manager • Develops, implements and manages marketing campaigns that promote a company and its products or services. The digital marketing manager plays a key role in enhancing brand awareness within the digital space, as well as driving website traffic, leads and sales. Digital project manager • Oversees and measures the results of online projects, including website builds and advertising campaigns. The digital project manager coordinates the efforts of internal teams to ensure all tasks and deliverables are completed in an accurate and timely manner. Digital strategist • Identifies digital marketing strategies and campaigns for meeting a company’s or client’s goals. The digital strategist uses web-based tools to conduct market research, define target audiences and determine the appropriate digital media channels for different brand messages. Marketing analytics manager • Provides data-driven insights to various stakeholders through operational reporting dashboards. The marketing analytics manager leverages data from marketing automation and customer relationship management (CRM) software to help companies improve processes and meet business goals.

*Source: The Creative Group survey of more than 400 advertising and marketing executives inthe United States


Marketing automation manager • Administers marketing campaigns; tests and analyzes workflow, lead generation, lead nurturing, and lead scoring; and identifies tactics for improvement. The marketing automation manager must be comfortable with CRM software and possess web development and digital design skills. Product designer • Uses design skills and technical knowledge to improve the way existing products work and look, or to develop entirely new products. The product designer is responsible for planning, conceptualizing, prototyping and conducting rigorous testing. User experience (UX) designer • Determines the architecture and wireframes that help users navigate a product or website. The UX designer zeroes in on users’ underlying emotional and functional needs and applies that knowledge to create an enjoyable experience that also supports business objectives. User experience (UX) researcher • Undertakes research to better understand a brand’s audience and how that audience interacts with a system. The UX researcher is primarily responsible for conducting, analyzing and reporting on user-centered design research and usability testing for a company’s website.

All salaries listed are in U.S. dollars.


ESTABLISH THE STAKES PERCENTILES TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH MIDPOINT

95TH

DESIGN & PRODUCTION Creative Director Creative Services Manager Art Director Project Manager Studio Manager Production Manager Graphic Designer Production Artist Production Coordinator Production Assistant 3D Animator 3D Modeler Multimedia Designer Presentation Specialist Package Designer Environmental Designer Illustrator/Infographics Designer Photo Retoucher Photographer Traffic Manager Traffic Coordinator Digital Asset Manager Desktop Publisher/Layout Artist

All salaries listed are in U.S. dollars.

$84,250 $69,250 $66,500 $55,000 $53,500 $48,750 $40,000 $41,500 $37,500 $31,000 $62,500 $43,250 $50,000 $47,750 $44,500 $5 1,000 $43,750 $37,500 $35, 250 $43,750 $33,750 $43,250 $33,250

$104,000 $84,000 $83,250 $66,500 $65,000 $59,250 $54,000 $52,000 $40,000 $37,000 $72 ,750 $52,500 $67,750 $58,000 $54,000 $60,000 $53,000 $ $52,000 $50,000 $53,000 $ 41,500 $47,500 $41,500

$135,250 $100,250 $95,000 $80,000 $77,750 $70,750 $65,000 $56,250 $47,250 $43,500 $83,250 $62,500 $77,000 $69,250 $68,750 $79,500 63,250 $67,500 $59,750 $67,750 $46,000 $50,000 $45,750

$185,500 $122,500 $121,500 $104,000 $102,500 $93,250 $83,250 $72 ,750 $62,250 $57,500 $102,000 $77,000 $91,500 $9 1,2 5 0 $9 1 ,000 $87,250 $83,500 $83,250 $78 ,750 $80,000 $54,000 $75,000 $65,000


PERCENTILES TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH MIDPOINT

95TH

DIGITAL DESIGN & PRODUCTION User Experience (UX) Director User Experience (UX) Designer User Experience (UX) Researcher User Interface (UI) Designer Instructional Systems Designer Interactive Art Director Interaction Designer Information Architect Front-End Web Developer Interactive Producer Mobile/Responsive Designer Visual Designer Motion Designer Web Designer Web Production Artist Video Producer Video Editor

$106,000 $74,500 $66,250 $68,000 $72 ,750 $72 ,750 $61,2 50 $75,000 $62,500 $72 ,750 $52,500 $64,500 $57,250 $55,000 $41,500 $56,250 $52,000

$128,500 $93,000 $71 ,000 $72 ,750 $83,250 $87,250 $70,000 $91 ,000 $72 ,750 $80,000 $83,250 $8 1 ,000 $72,750 $66,500 $50,000 $73, 750 $62,500

$153,500 $109,750 $91 ,750 $93,500 $93,500 $110,250 $83,250 $108,750 $83,250 $95,000 $98,500 $97,750 $87,000 $72 ,750 $59,750 $88,000 $74 ,750

$202,500 $145,500 $ 126,500 $128,750 $131,250 $131,000 $121,750 $143,250 $110,000 $106,500 $108,500 $105,000 $103,500 $98,000 $75,000 $116,250 $98,500

$68,250 $73,000 $60,000 $52,000 $47,750 $66,500 $58,250 $68,750 $62,500 $52,000

$83,250 $87,250 $72 ,750 $62,500 $52,000 $83,250 $80,500 $72 ,750 $71 ,500 $62,500

$117,500 $115,000 $93,000 $84,000 $65,000 $105,250 $104,000 $95,500 $79,250 $72 ,750

CONTENT DEVELOPMENT & MANAGEMENT Proposal Specialist Content Strategist Content Manager Web Content Manager Web Content Coordinator Copywriter Interactive/Web Copywriter Technical Writer Copy Editor Proofreader

All salaries listed are in U.S. dollars.

$57,500 $60,250 $52,000 $45,750 $40,500 $55,000 $47,500 $54,500 $41,500 $41,500


PERCENTILES TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH 95TH MIDPOINT

ADVERTISING & MARKETING AGENCY Account Director Account Supervisor Account Manager Account Executive Account Coordinator

$ 76,750 $ 73,250 $ 53,500 $ 40,000 $ 33,750

$ 93,000 $ 84,250 $ 62,250 $ 50,000 $ 40,000

$ 1 1 1 ,000 $ 100,000 $ 74,250 $ 65,000 $ 46,500

$ 155,000 $ 132,750 $ 98,000 $ 85,250 $ 57,500

CORPORATE Chief Marketing Officer Vice President of Marketing Marketing Director MarCom Manager MarCom Coordinator

$ 135,250 $ 113,750 $ 8 1 ,750 $ 62,500 $ 40,000

$ 164,000 $ 138,500 $ 102,500 $ 72 ,750 $ 45,750

$ 196,000 $ 164,750 $ 130,000 $ 85,250 $ 54,000

$ 258,250 $ 217,500 $ 168,750 $ 118,500 $ 75,000

$ 75,500 $ 43,500 $ 44,500 $ 77,000 $ 49,000 $ 56,250 $ 66,000 $ 63 ,750 $ 62,500 $ 52,000 $ 50,000 $ 75,250 $ 49,000 $ 50,000 $41,250 $ 68,500 $ 44,250 $ 44,500 $ 31,000

$ 91 ,500 $ 60,250 $ 54,000 $ 93,250 $ 62,500 $ 70,750 $ 80,000 $ 87,250 $ 8 1 ,000 $ 62,500 $ 60,500 $ 91,250 $ 59,500 $ 59,000 $ 50,000 $ 83,000 $ 53 ,750 $ 54,000 $ 37,500

$ 109,250 $ 72,000 $ 64,500 $ 111,500 $ 80,000 $ 99,000 $ 95,500 $ 95,000 $ 98,000 $ 72 ,750 $ 72 ,750 $ 109,000 $ 71 ,000 $ 73, 750 $ 60,000 $ 99,250 $ 64,250 $ 67,000 $ 49,000

$ 144,250 $ 95,000 $ 85,000 $ 140,000 $ 104,250 $ 112,000 $ 126,000 $ 125,000 $ 114,500 $ 94,250 $ 99,750 $ 143,750 $ 93 ,750 $ 99,250 $ 78 ,750 $ 130,750 $ 84,750 $ 92,000 $ 65,750

$ 94,500 $ 90,000 $ 68,750

$ 114,500 $ 95,000 $ 79,500

$ 136,750 $ 113,500 $ 95,000

$ 190,500 $ 149,750 $ 125,250

$ 42,750

$ 56,250

$ 67,250

$ 88,500

AGENCY OR CORPORATE Media Director Media Planner Media Buyer Marketing Analytics Manager Marketing Analytics Specialist Web Analytics Specialist Digital Marketing Manager Brand/Product Manager Digital Project Manager SEO/SEM Specialist Market Researcher Digital Strategist Digital Community Manager Social Media Manager Social Media Specialist E-Commerce Marketing Manager Email Marketing Specialist Event/Trade Show Manager Event/Trade Show Coordinator

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Vice President of Public Relations Public Relations Director Public Relations Manager Public Relations/ Communications Specialist

All salaries listed are in U.S. dollars. Reference: The Creative Group


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Careers in Aerospace Technology

A new century has begun. As a student you will be spending your life in the 21st century and the future may offer many unpredictable opportunities. It will be a time of space stations and robotic probes. Manned missions to other planets and moon outposts are future possibilities. All this, and more scientific accomplishments that have not even been dreamed of, will happen because Americans wants to live and work in space.

Where Will You Be in 10 Years?

The world will continue to need aerospace scientists, engineers, technologists and technicians to be ready for the 21st century.

What Could an Aerospace Technology Career Mean for You?

Aerospace workers are professionals who work independently or as part of a team. They conduct research, and design and develop vehicles and systems for atmospheric and space environments. Individuals who are s uccessful in aerospace careers have the proper educational background, possess good communications skills, and are committed to being part of a team. A wide variety of aerospace career fields offers opportunities for high job satisfaction and excellent compensation.

What Education Will You Need Beyond High School?

A career in aerospace as a scientist or engineer requires four to seven years of college study following high school. A bachelor’s degree requiring four years of study is the minimum necessary to enter this field. Colleges and universities also offer graduate programs where students can obtain master’s and doctoral degrees. The master’s program usually takes two years. An additional two to four years is needed to earn a doctorate. A starting position as an engineer, mathematician, physical scientist, or life scientist requires a bachelor’s degree. (A master’s and/doctoral degree is highly desirable in life sciences.) Some examples of engineering degrees required are electrical/electronics, aerospace, and mechanical. Other types of bachelor’s degrees that may lead to aerospace careers are: physics, chemistry, geology, meteorology, mathematics, experimental psychology and biology. • Advertising Managers • Media Analyst Engineering technicians typically earn a two-year Associate of Science degree. Some may continue for two additional years and obtain a bachelor’s degree in engineering technology. Others may earn a bachelor’s degree in engineering or one of the physical sciences. A few complete a five-year apprenticeship program offered at some NASA field centers.

What Should You Do To Prepare For An Aerospace Career Now?

Education is a critical requirement. What are your favorite subjects? Mathematics and science are the basis for as aerospace technology career. Decisions youResearch make in school can • Media Salespersons • Market Analysts affect your career possibilities. Some of the recommended high school courses are listed below. • Creative Directors • Advertising Managers Algebra Biology Calculus Chemistry Computer Mathematics English QUICK FACTS: AEROSPACE ENGINEERS Geometry Math Analysis 2017 Average Pay $113,030 per year Physics $54.34 per hour Trigonometry

Typical Entry-Level Education

Bachelor degree

Number of Jobs

69,600


How Can You Find Out More About Aerospace Jobs?

Contact people working in the aerospace field such as scientists, engineers and technicians. Your teacher or guidance counselor should be able to arrange this for you or your class. Visit your school and public libraries to get names of professional organizations you can contact for more information. Contact the NASA personnel office closest to you if you would like additional information. Visit the following web sites for more information. https://www.usajobs.gov/ http://nasajobs.nasa.gov/ http://www.nasa.gov/ http://www.nasa.gov/about/sites/index.html http://www.nasa.gov/aero http://www.nasa.gov/exploration http://www.nasa.gov/earth http://science.nasa.gov/earth-science/ http://www.nasa.gov/directorates/somd/home/ http://science.nasa.gov/

Some Kinds of Aerospace Careers

Pilots or Crew Members of a Spacecraft Pilot Astronaut, Mission Specialist, Payload Specialist Physical Scientists Astronomer, Chemist, Geologist, Meteorologist, Oceanographer, Physicist Life Scientists Biologist, Medical Doctor, Nutritionist, Physiologist, Psychologist Social Scientists Economist, Sociologist Mathematicians Computer Scientist, Mathematician, Statistician, Systems Analyst Other Fields Quality Control Inspector, Ground Radio Operator, Teletypist Engineers Aerospace/Astronautics, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial, Materials, Mechanical, Nuclear, Petroleum, Plastics, Safety, Systems Technicians Aerospace Model, Aircraft, Avionics, Electrical/Electronics, Engineering, Fabrication, Materials, Pattern Maker and Molder Engineers Designers Architectural, Electrical, Mechanical Technical Communicators Artist, Audiovisual Specialist, Editor, Education Specialist, Photographer, Public Relations, Writer

What Are Engineers?

Engineers are people who make things work. The work and ideas of engineers make achievements possible. They put power and materials to work. Engineers have moved America into skyscrapers, high speed cars, jets, and space vehicles. They make life interesting, comfortable, and fun. Computers, television, and satellites -products of the communication industry -- depend on engineers. Engineers will stations for the 21st century.

What Are Technicians?

Technicians are an important part of the aerospace team. They work closely with scientists and engineers in support of their research. Their skills are used to operate wind tunnels, work in laboratories, construct test equipment, build models and support many types of research.

What Are Scientists?

Scientists are knowledge seekers, always searching out why things happen. They are inquisitive. This means they are always questioning. They possess a sense of wonder. Nature, Earth, and all the universe are what fascinate the scientist. The scientist questions, seek answers, and expands knowledge.


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Amusement Parks and Arcades Industry Career Guide • General and Operations Managers

• Meeting, Convention and Event Planners

• Advertising and Promotions Managers

• Accountants and Auditors

• Marketing Managers

• Computer Networks

• Sales Managers • Public Relations and Fundraising Managers

• Civil Engineers

• Advertising Managers • Media Analyst

• Art Directors

• Computer and Information Systems Managers

• Fine Artists – Painters, Sculptors, Illustrators

• Financial Managers

• Merchandiser

• Purchasing Managers

• Producers and Directors

• Human Resources Managers

• Entertainers and Performers

• Food Services Manager

• Public Relations

• Wholesale and Retail Buyers

• Healthcare Support Workers

• Management Analysts


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ANIMATOR SALARY

Whether traditionally drawing with pencil and paper or using 3D-generated tools, the animator brings each frame of work to life. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports an average yearly salary of $64,000 for an animator. As with many of the jobs listed in this article, that number can veer lower or higher depending on seniority, skill and location. The range is a wide one, on average going from $35,000 to around of $80,000. However, some animator salaries start as low as $30,000 — generally the entry-level animators in smaller markets. Animator salaries can also rise to over $100,000 — but that is mostly for the most senior animators in the most competitive markets.

ART DIRECTOR SALARY

Since we’ve equated seniority with higher pay, it makes sense to highlight an animation career where calling the shots goes in line with a heftier paycheck. Several industries, including marketing and magazines, have art directors, but in animation it’s a juggling act of several different hats — creative control, overseeing budgets and training. As a result of taking on these various responsibilities and duties, art directors take home on average $72,000 per year.

COMPOSITING ARTIST SALARY

These artists are concerned with the finish and style of animated works, detecting and fixing errors in animated works toward the end of the production process. They can take home a salary anywhere within the range of $52,000 to $75,000 a year. Like with many animation jobs, entertainment capitals like Los Angeles and New York tend to offer more, upwards of $100,000. But, keep in mind that those are also the most fiercely competitive markets.

3D MODELER SALARY

Modelers have the duty of building 3D characters and environments, which means carefully crafting skeletons and frames before wrapping detailed texture over them. As with the animator position, pay for 3D modelers can vary widely — but on average they take home around $68,000a year. As with animators, the biggest players in the game like Blue Sky or Disney offer salaries of up to $100,000 or even over that for their contracted modelers. Many 3D modeling jobs — especially entry level — pay hourly, with the median pay being about $27 an hour.


CHARACTER RIGGER SALARY

Not to be confused with an industrial rigger (which many career sites tend to do when it comes to job listings), a character rigger works on the skeleton, anatomies and geometries of 3D characters, manipulating how they interact with the 3D environment. As I’m sure you can guess, this position requires a lot of skills and experience that can only be learned over time. The payout for a character rigger fairly new to the industry with about three to five years of experience will be about $46,000 a year. But, as a character rigger acquires skills and knowledge of multiple computer programs over time, he or she can also expect a nearly doubled paycheck after about six years in the industry, hitting at around $84,000 a year.

TEXTURE ARTIST SALARY

This job is all about the blood, sweat and tears that you put into it — along with the fur, wrinkles, scales and other texture details that you put into animated characters and objects. The national average for these technically skilled artists is around $54,000 — though the range can vary from as little as $35,000 to as much as $95,000, which is reserved for the more senior texture artists.

TECHNICAL ARTIST SALARY

We’ve established that competitive markets offer higher pay for positions across the board, but that’s also the case for jobs that are in high demand. Animation studios, game studios, tech companies and even television production companies are actively seeking technical artists not just for their artistic skills, but for their technical skills that are only learned through a strong foundation that includes relevant, professional experience. The average salary nationwide for a technical artist is around $67,000. But in a hot market like San Francisco, average earnings increase to around $72,000.

CHARACTER TECHNICAL DIRECTOR (TD) SALARY We’re into the big money now. A character technical director (TD) is a heavily experienced, senior role that oversees the entire scope of work on characters, creatures and objects. Average salary nationwide is around $89,000, and in major entertainment hubs like the Los Angeles metro area, the average hits at around $100,000

SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION DEVELOPER SALARY

For mathematicians who really want to apply their skills to the animation and game industries, there’s a place for you! Scientific visualization developers use formulas and engineering to create models that can calculate the most precise movements in animation, or complex processes for use in academic and high-tech fields. You’ll need degrees in both math and computer animation if you want to take this route, but it pays off — the median pay is around $93,000.


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Source: Robert Half


Accounting and Finance Salaries PERCENTILES TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH MIDPOINT

95TH

CORPORATE ACCOUNTING Chief Financial Officer a Treasurer Vice President, Finance a Director of Finance a Director of Accounting Director of Financial Reporting Corporate Controller a Controller a Divisional Controller a Assistant Controller a Assistant Treasurer Tax Director a Tax Manager b

$ 119,000 $ 110,000 $ 105,500 $ 100,000 $ 95,000 $ 93,250 $ 102,000 $ 90,500 $ 100,000 $ 72,000 $ 70,250 $ 109,500 $ 90,000

$ 192,500 $ 185,000 $ 176,500 $ 145,500 $ 140,000 $ 135,000 $ 170,000 $ 115,000 $ 140,000 $ 103,500 $ 91,250 $ 135,000 $ 104,000

$ 236,500 $ 227,500 $ 217,000 $ 162,750 $ 160,000 $ 158,500 $ 195,500 $ 138,250 $ 160,000 $ 125,500 $ 109,750 $ 164,000 $ 125,000

$ 497,000 $ 483,500 $400,000 $ 245,000 $ 222,750 $230,000 $260,000 $ 220,500 $ 205,500 $ 170,000 $ 168,500 $ 268,000 $ 162,000

COMPLIANCE Chief Compliance Officer Compliance Director Compliance Officer Senior Compliance Analyst Compliance Analyst

$ 130,000 $ 112,750 $ 83,500 $ 71,000 $ 62,500

$ 165,000 $ 135,000 $ 100,000 $ 85,000 $ 75,000

$ 198,500 $ 162,500 $ 120,250 $ 102,250 $ 90,250

$ 262,500 $ 202,000 $ 159,250 $ 122,000 $ 101,500

INTERNAL AUDITOR Chief Audit Executive/Vice President, Internal Audit/Internal Audit Director $ 126,000 $ 175,000 $ 210,500 Manager $ 95,000 $ 110,000 $ 132,250 Senior $ 74,000 $ 85,000 $ 102,250 1 to 3 Years $ 57,500 $ 69,000 $ 83,000 Up to 1 Year $ 37,500 $ 45,000 $ 54,000

$ 282,000 $ 155,500 $ 118,000 $ 93,000 $ 69,500

IT AUDITOR Manager Senior 1 to 3 Years Up to 1 Year

$ 183,000 $ 143,250 $ 117,750 $ 79,500

Source: Robert Half

$ 96,000 $ 75,000 $ 61,750 $ 41,750

$ 115,000 $ 90,000 $ 74,000 $ 50,000

$ 138,250 $ 108,250 $ 89,000 $ 60,250


PERCENTILES TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH MIDPOINT FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING (Cont.) Internal Auditor – Manager $ 87,500 Internal Auditor 3 to 5 Years $ 67,000 Internal Auditor 1 to 3 Years $ 56,750 Regulatory Reporting – Manager $ 73,250 Regulatory Reporting 3 to 5 Years $ 58,500 Regulatory Reporting 1 to 3 Years $ 48,250 Financial Analyst $ 57,500 Tax Accountant $ 54,250 RISK AND COMPLIANCE Chief Risk Officer Market Risk Analyst – Manager Market Risk Analyst 3 to 5 Years Credit Risk Analyst – Manager Credit Risk Analyst 3 to 5 Years Operational Risk Analyst – Manager Operational Risk Analyst 3 to 5 Years Chief Compliance Officer Compliance Officer Compliance Manager Compliance Analyst Anti-Money Laundering Specialist Fraud Investigator Regulatory Affairs Specialist OPERATIONS Director of Operations Operations Manager Banking Operations Specialist 5+ Years Banking Operations Specialist 3 to 5 Years Banking Operations Specialist 1 to 3 Years Fund Operations Specialist 5+ Years Fund Operations Specialist 3 to 5 Years Fund Operations Specialist 1 to 3 Years

Source: Robert Half

95TH

$ 115,000 $ 85,000 $ 68,000 $ 110,000 $ 75,000 $ 57,750 $ 75,000 $ 65,000

$ 126,250 $ 96,500 $ 81,750 $ 121,500 $ 84,250 $ 69,500 $ 82,750 $ 78,250

$ 167,000 $ 127,750 $ 108,250 $ 139,750 $ 111,500 $ 92,000 $ 109,500 $ 103,500

$ 144,500 $ 96,000 $ 71,000 $ 79,500 $ 66,750 $ 79,250

$ 173,250 $ 115,000 $ 85,000 $ 95,250 $ 80,000 $ 95,000

$ 208,500 $ 138,250 $ 102,250 $ 114,500 $ 96,250 $ 114,250

$ 275,750 $ 183,000 $ 135,250 $ 151,500 $ 127,250 $ 151,250

$ 60,250

$ 72,250

$ 87,000

$ 115,000

$ 162,750 $ 83,500 $ 75,000 $ 66,750 $ 66,000 $ 58,000 $ 71,000

$ 195,000 $ 120,000 $ 110,000 $ 80,000 $ 79,000 $ 69,750 $ 85,000

$ 234,500 $ 135,000 $ 125,000 $ 96,250 $ 95,000 $ 83,750 $ 102,250

$ 310,250 $ 159,250 $ 143,250 $ 127,250 $ 125,500 $ 111,000 $ 135,250

$ 112,500 $ 79,250 $ 52,000

$ 135,000 $ 95,000 $ 62,250

$ 162,250 $ 114,250 $ 74,750

$ 214,750 $ 151,250 $ 99,000

$ 41,750

$ 50,000

$ 60,250

$ 79,500

$ 35,000

$ 42,000

$ 50,500

$ 66,750

$ 54,250

$ 65,000

$ 78,250

$ 103,500

$ 43,750

$ 52,500

$ 63,250

$ 83,500

$ 37,500

$ 45,000

$ 54,250

$ 71,500


PERCENTILES TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH MIDPOINT OPERATIONS (Cont.) Client Service Representative 5+ Years Client Service Representative 3 to 5 Years Client Service Representative 1 to 3 Years Sales/Trader Assistant Performance Analyst Loan Processor Loan Administrator Mortgage Processor Mortgage Underwriter HEALTHCARE Revenue Cycle Director Medical Billing Manager/ Supervisor Medical Collections Manager/ Supervisor Revenue Cycle Analyst Medical Biller Denials Specialist Medical Collections Specialist Payment Poster Charge Entry Clerk Claims Examiner/Analyst Claims Processor

95TH

$ 64,750

$ 77,750

$ 93,500

$ 123,750

$ 50,000

$ 60,000

$ 72,250

$ 95,500

$ 39,750

$ 47,750

$ 57,500

$ 76,000

$ 47,250 $ 51,250 $ 31,250 $ 26,000 $ 27,750 $ 52,250

$ 56,750 $ 61,500 $ 37,500 $ 31,250 $ 33,250 $ 62,500

$ 68,250 $ 74,000 $ 45,000 $ 37,500 $ 40,000 $ 75,250

$ 90,250 $ 97,750 $ 59,750 $ 49,750 $ 53,000 $ 99,500

$ 75,000 $ 50,000

$ 90,000 $ 60,000

$ 108,250 $ 72,250

$ 143,250 $ 95,500

$ 50,000

$ 60,000

$ 72,250

$ 95,500

$ 43,500 $ 27,750 $ 29,250 $ 27,750 $ 27,000 $ 25,750 $ 41,750 $ 29,000

$ 52,000 $ 33,250 $ 35,000 $ 33,250 $ 32,500 $ 31,000 $ 50,000 $ 33,250

$ 62,500 $ 40,000 $ 42,000 $ 40,000 $ 39,000 $ 37,250 $ 60,250 $ 40,000

$ 82,750 $ 57,250 $ 55,750 $ 57,500 $ 51,750 $ 50,250 $ 79,500 $ 54,250

Source: Robert Half a. Bonuses and incentives reflect an increasingly large part of overall pay at this level and are not included in the salary figures listed. Advanced degrees or professional certifications also are assumed at this level. b. This title is a senior-management position. The tax manager title on Page 14 is a line-management position. c. AR/AP = Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable d. Salary does not reflect overtime or bonuses.


PERCENTILES TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH MIDPOINT BANKING AND FINANCIAL MARKETS Managing Director/Partner $ 158,500 Vice President $ 121,000 Associate $ 79,250 Analyst $ 54,250 Business Development Officer $ 93,750 Portfolio Manager $ 96,000 Commercial Lender 5+ Years $ 87,750 Commercial Lender 3 to 5 Years $ 62,500 Commercial Lender 1 to 3 Years $ 48,000 Private Banker 5+ Years $ 79,250 Private Banker 3 to 5 Years $ 58,500 Private Banker 1 to 3 Years $ 46,000 Credit Analyst 5+ Years $ 66,750 Credit Analyst 3 to 5 Years $ 50,000 Credit Analyst 1 to 3 Years $ 43,000 Internal Wholesaler $ 41,750 FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING Chief Financial Officer a Controller a Accountant 5+ Years Accountant 3 to 5 Years Accountant 1 to 3 Years Product Controller – Manager Product Controller 3 to 5 Years Product Controller 1 to 3 Years Financial Planning & Analysis – Manager Financial Planning & Analysis 3 to 5 Years Financial Planning & Analysis 1 to 3 Years Hedge Fund Accountant – Manager Hedge Fund Accountant 3 to 5 Years Hedge Fund Accountant 1 to 3 Years Mutual Fund Accountant – Manager Mutual Fund Accountant 3 to 5 Years Mutual Fund Accountant 1 to 3 Years Source: Robert Half

95TH

$ 190,000 $ 150,000 $ 105,000 $ 70,000 $ 112,500 $ 115,000 $ 105,000 $ 75,000 $ 57,500 $ 95,000 $ 70,000 $ 55,000 $ 80,000 $ 60,000 $ 51,500 $ 50,000

$ 228,500 $ 174,500 $ 114,250 $ 78,250 $ 135,250 $ 138,250 $ 126,250 $ 90,250 $ 69,000 $ 114,250 $ 84,250 $ 66,250 $ 96,250 $ 72,250 $ 62,000 $ 60,250

$ 302,500 $ 230,750 $ 151,250 $ 103,500 $ 179,000 $ 183,000 $ 167,000 $ 119,500 $ 91,500 $ 151,250 $ 111,500 $ 87,500 $ 127,250 $ 95,500 $ 82,000 $ 79,500

$ 166,750 $ 104,250 $ 66,750 $ 58,500 $ 50,000 $ 75,000 $ 54,250 $ 47,250 $ 83,500

$ 200,000 $ 125,000 $ 80,000 $ 70,000 $ 60,000 $ 90,000 $ 85,000 $ 65,000 $ 115,000

$ 240,500 $ 150,250 $ 96,250 $ 84,250 $ 72,250 $ 108,250 $ 94,500 $ 77,500 $ 135,000

$498,000 $ 199,000 $ 127,250 $ 111,500 $ 95,500 $ 143,250 $ 103,500 $ 90,000 $ 159,250

$ 62,750

$ 75,000

$ 90,500

$ 119,750

$ 50,000

$ 65,000

$ 72,250

$ 95,500

$ 62,500

$ 75,000

$ 90,250

$ 119,500

$ 52,000

$ 62,250

$ 74,750

$ 99,000

$ 40,000

$ 48,000

$ 57,750

$ 76,500

$ 57,000

$ 68,250

$ 82,000

$ 108,500

$ 41,750

$ 50,000

$ 60,250

$ 79,500

$ 37,500

$ 45,000

$ 54,000

$ 71,500


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Salaries for Legal Professionals — United States TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH 95TH MIDPOINT LAW FIRM Lawyer (10+ years’ exp.) Lawyer (4-9 years’ exp.) Lawyer (2-3 years’ exp.) First-Year Associate

$101,750 $80,750 $70,250 $54,500

$124,500 $101,250 $88,500 $68,000

$143,750 $125,500 $106,750 $84,250

$218,000 $195,250 $160,250 $121,000

General Counsel $128,750 Associate General Counsel/ $114,000 In-House Counsel (10+ years’ exp.) In-House Counsel (4-9 years’ exp.) $ 75,000 In-House Counsel (0-3 years’ exp.) $ 63,500

$167,000 $138,000

$205,750 $169,750

$306,000 $255,750

$109,000 $90,000

$133,250 $109,750

$190,750 $168,000

$62,500 $52,000

$77,500 $57,000

$92,250 $62,500

$141,000 $88,750

Paralegal Manager $78,250 Senior/Supervising Paralegal $60,250 (7+ years’ exp.) Midlevel Paralegal (4-6 years’ exp.) $51,500 Paralegal (2-3 years’ exp.) $40,000 Case Clerk (0-2 years’ exp.) $38,500 Senior Paralegal/ Legal Assistant (Hybrid) $63,500 Paralegal/Legal Assistant (Hybrid) $ 42,000 Senior/Executive Legal Secretary $59,250 (12+ years’ exp.) Legal Secretary (7-11 years’ exp.) $50,000 Legal Secretary (3-6 years’ exp.) $45,250 Legal Secretary (1-2 years’ exp.) $34,750 Administrative Assistant $40,250

$85,000 $68,000

$91,500 $86,500

$104,500 $102,000

$60,000 $45,750 $43,000

$68,250 $53,000 $47,750

$75,250 $64,500 $56,000

$69,500 $50,000 $66,000

$74,500 $60,000 $74,000

$89,750 $74,500 $85,250

$60,000 $51,500 $40,000 $48,250

$69,000 $58,750 $45,750 $55,000

$74,000 $67,750 $56,250 $58,000

CORPORATE (IN-HOUSE)

LAW FIRM ADMINISTRATION Legal Administrator Office Manager LEGAL SUPPORT

*Reference: Robert Half Legal


Salaries for Legal Professionals — United States TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH 95TH MIDPOINT LEGAL SPECIALIST Law Librarian Patent Agent Records Manager Records Clerk Docket/Calendar Clerk File Clerk Time & Billing Clerk

$53,250 $66,750 $65,000 $35,500 $40,250 $38,000 $37,000

$64,250 $76,000 $74,250 $40,750 $46,500 $43,250 $42,000

$78,500 $88,250 $86,250 $44,000 $59,750 $50,000 $51,250

$ 113,000 $134,500 $116,750 $48,500 $67,500 $54,250 $55,000

$84,250

$118,000

$134,500

$185,750

$75,250

$91,000

$111,000

$153,250

$62,500

$72,250

$92,250

$114,500

$57,750

$70,000

$76,500

$87,000

$61,250

$74,000

$90,250

$130,000

$53,500

$66,500

$81,250

$115,250

$49,750

$59,000

$71,250

$88,000

COMPLIANCE ADMINISTRATION Compliance Director (10+ years’ exp.) Compliance Manager (7-9 years’ exp.) Compliance Analyst (4-6 years’ exp.) Compliance Analyst (1-3 years’ exp.) CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION Contract Manage (7+ years’ exp.) Contract Administrator (4-6 years’ exp.) Contract Administrator (1-3 years’ exp.)

*Reference: Robert Half Legal


Salaries for Legal Professionals — United States TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH 95TH MIDPOINT LEASE ADMINISTRATION Lease Manager Lease Administrator Lease Assistant Title Closer

$62,000 $51,250 $42,250 $32,250

$75,000 $62,000 $49,500 $40,500

$91,500 $75,750 $54,000 $45,250

$113,750 $90,250 $62,000 $49,000

$102,500

$124,000

$151,500

$209,750

$89,750

$108,500

$125,250

$145,750

$64,000

$87,000

$106,250

$132,250

$50,750

$61,500

$75,750

$88,750

$32,250

$37,000

$45,250

$65,000

$36,500 $31,250 $32,500

$48,000 $34,000 $37,500

$60,000 $39,750 $44,000

$65,750 $44,250 $50,000

LITIGATION SUPPORT/EDISCOVERY Litigation Support/eDiscovery Director (10+ years’ exp.) Litigation Support/eDiscovery Manager (7-9 years’ exp.) Litigation Support/eDiscovery Manager (3-6 years’ exp.) Litigation Support/eDiscovery Specialist/Analyst (1-2 years’ exp.) Document Coder GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE Legal Word Processor Office Clerk Legal Receptionist

ADJUSTING FOR LOCAL MARKETS In each job category, the salary ranges listed only represent starting compensation because hard-to-measure factors, such as seniority and job performance, can affect ongoing pay. Bonuses, incentives and other benefits are not taken into account. The figures on these pages are national averages. A Robert Half Legal representative can offer additional assistance in creating compensation packages that are customized to your business and practice area.

*Reference: Robert Half Legal


Which one of the following practice areas will offer the greatest number of job opportunities at your law firm or company in the next two years?*

*Only the top responses are shown. Source: Robert Half Legal survey of 150 lawyers among the largest law firms and companies in Canada


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OCCUPATIONS Management Occupations • Top Executives • Chief Executives

AVERAGE WAGE $135,000 $236,000

General and Operations Managers • Advertising and promotions managers $95,840 • Marketing managers $125,640 • Sales managers $128,640 • Public Relations $117,730 Operations and Specialties Managers • Administrative Services Manager • Computer and Information Systems Manager • Financial Managers • Purchasing Managers • Human Resources Managers

$96,060 $139,030 $147,030 $108,300 $126,510

Other Management Occupations • Architectural and Engineering Managers • Food Service Managers

$178,970 $63,800


OCCUPATIONS

AVERAGE WAGE

Business and Financial Operations • Agents and Business Managers • Buyers and Purchasing Agents • Compliance Officers • Human Resources Workers • Management Analysts • Event Planners • Compensation Benefits • Training and Development • Market Research • Financial Specialists • Accountants and Auditors

$104,530 $60,670 $62,630 $59,280 $81,670 $48,700 $66,520 $55,270 $57,420 $73,300 $72,720

Computer and Mathematical • Computer and Information Analysts • Software Developers and Programmers • Computer Programmers •Web Developers • Database Systems/Network Architects

$85,430 $78,760 $84,760 $64,230 $82,090

Legal Services •Lawyers/Judges

$178,440


OCCUPATIONS

AVERAGE WAGE

Media and Communication Workers • Media Equipment Workers • Broadcast Technicians • Sound Engineering Technicians

$55,870 $52,740 $66,350

Protective, Service Workers and other • Security Guards • Chefs and Head Cooks • Cooks • Food Preparation Workers • Dishwashers • Hosts and Hostesses

$32,440 $52,340 $27,580 $24,270 $23,190 $25,580

Building, Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations • First Line Supervisor • Building Cleaning Workers • Grounds Maintenance Workers

$49,740 $26,890 $29,580


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HOT INDUSTRIES FOR TECH IN 2018 Expect these sectors to lead IT hiring activity in the year ahead: Healthcare — Healthcare businesses need professionals with IT expertise to help

them modernize their operations and innovate in order to deliver better patient care.

Financial services — Big data and information securityinitiatives are driving the need for technology professionals in this sector.

Manufacturing — This sector has been somewhat slow to adopt when it comes to information technology, but that’s changing, and quickly. IT talent is becoming increasingly valuable to the industry because of the trend toward automation.

TRENDING SKILLS AND CERTIFICATIONS Following are some of the technology skills and certifications in greatest demand by businesses throughout North America.* • • • • •

.NET Agile and Scrum certifications Angular C# CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) • CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) • CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional)

Source: Robert Half

• • • • •

CompTIA A+ Java Microsoft SQL Server PHP PMP (Project Management Professional) • VMware * Specific requirements for technology roles vary across industries and regions.


Source: Robert Half


Business Intelligence Analyst Business intelligence analysts maintain robust business intelligence tools, databases, dashboards, systems and methods. Candidates need a strong background in database technology, ERP systems and processes, with an emphasis on the use of analytical and reporting tools. They work closely with all levels of employees and must have excellent written and oral communication, research, and analytic abilities to convert functional requirements into technical solutions. Expertise in BI, T-SQL, and SQL server, Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) and data cube technology are preferred. Employers seek a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems or engineering, as well as several years of experience in the business intelligence reporting and analytics area. Typical duties include: Designing and developing enterprise-wide data analysis and reporting solutions Providing oversight of project plans, fulfillment of tasks, budgeting, and evaluating training and testing compliance Analyzing data from multiple internal and external sources Assuring the integrity of project data, including data extraction, storage, manipulation, processing and analysis Communicating analysis results and making recommendations to senior management

Data Scientist Data scientists develop innovative solutions to business challenges by applying their mathematical and analytical skills to detect patterns in very large datasets. Their work improves the performance of information systems and databases and leads to technological advancements and efficiencies, such as better networking technology, faster computing speeds and improved data security. Candidates must have strong analytical, data mining, multivariate statistical modeling and quantitative analysis skills, as well as experience in programming languages — commonly Python or Java — and writing SQL queries for data manipulation. Most employers require five to 10 years’ experience in computer science or information systems, as well as a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or PhD in a quantitative discipline. Typical duties include: Developing and executing technical visions, including planning, technical decision making and project management in order to support business decisions and company growth Presenting complex analyses as action-oriented recommendations Managing and merging data from multiple sources and generating reports Reviewing applications, data sets and models for anomalies to ensure accuracy Applying effective algorithms to large-scale data modeling

Source: Robert Half


Database Developer Database developers are skilled at writing SQL code, designing new systems, understanding front-end-users’ requirements and have a problem-solving attitude. The job requires a solid understanding of database troubleshooting and background with industry standards for database operations. They are responsible for developing and maintaining new servers with the correct database architecture. Employers look for practitioners with a strong SQL Server background and good communications kills. A bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field is often sought, along with three or more years working as a database developer or a related role. Essential to the role are experience with major enterprise database programs, such as Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services, NoSQL databases, Big Data infrastructure, Hadoop or other Big Data engines, .Net Framework, JavaScript, HTML, PHP, and Oracle. Typical duties include: Developing database objects and structures for data storage, retrieval and reporting according to project data, integrity and security specifications Assessing business rules and collaborating with peers to understand technical requirements, testing design and tuning for performance Resolving problems and roadblocks in a timely manner and reliably following through on details and driving issues to a satisfactory conclusion for business users

Network Administrator Network administrators need determination and strong problem-solving skills. They are relied upon for their expertise in network protocols, software and hardware involved in LAN/WAN operations. Network administrators develop, administer and maintain a stable network infrastructure to support the business by ensuring security, integrity and high-availability of enterprise systems and related components. They are called upon 24/7 during emergencies and are responsible for providing support with constantly changing software, hardware, network security programs and data storage systems. A commitment to overseeing ongoing staff education is critical. Five or more years of work experience is required, as well as professional certifications offered by Microsoft, Cisco and others. Typical duties include: Administering the operation of services related to all local area and wide area networks, following company policies and procedures Administering control measures for LAN/WAN security, including antivirus and spam issues Coordinating and implementing network software and hardware upgrades Analyzing and fixing LAN/WAN performance and connectivity and related network issues

Source: Robert Half


Systems Security Administrator Systems security administrators maintain and support existing business system applications. They must demonstrate technical knowledge of data systems security procedures and familiarity with systems hardware and software. Candidates should have good communication skills and the ability to work well in a team setting. It is important that candidates keep abreast of industry security trends and developments, as well as applicable government regulations. A bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field, plus several years of computer systems and security-related experience are typical requirements for the job, although relevant work experience can sometimes be substituted for a four-year degree. Typical duties include: Monitoring systems security and responding to security incidents Participating in security systems testing; documenting failures and corrective action taken Reporting anomalies with systems and monitoring database uptime Ensuring integrity and confidentiality of sensitive data Preventing and detecting intrusion

Systems Administrator Systems administrators should possess strong problem-solving, analytical and communication skills, in addition to in-depth technical knowledge of the employer’s systems hardware and software. Employer requirements vary depending on system complexity, the types of operating and network systems being supported, and the size of the organization. Though some employers require a bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field, others may accept an associate’s degree or technical training certificate. Three to five years of experience working with the specific types of hardware and software systems used by the company are generally required. Professional certifications such as the Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) or Sun Certified System Administrator (SCSA) may be commonly sought by employers. Typical duties include: Installing operating system software, patches and upgrades Analyzing, troubleshooting and resolving system hardware, software and networking issues Configuring, optimizing, fine-tuning and monitoring operating system software and servers Performing system backups and recovery Conducting server builds

Source: Robert Half


Technology Salaries: United States PERCENTILES TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH MIDPOINT ADMINISTRATION Chief Information Officer (CIO) Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Chief Security Officer Vice President of Information Technology Director of Technology APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT Manager Project Manager Systems Analyst Applications Architect Business Systems Analyst Cloud Computing Analyst CRM Business Analyst CRM Technical Developer Developer/Programmer Analyst ERP Business Analyst ERP Technical/Functional Analyst ERP Technical Developer Lead Applications Developer Mobile Applications Developer Technical Writer

$170,500 $145,000 $143,250 $137,000 $118,750

$ 202,500 $ 175,000 $ 170,000 $ 163,000 $ 141,000

$ 243,000 $210,000 $204,000 $195,500 $169,000

$ 287,000 $ 248,000 $ 241,000 $ 231,000 $ 199,750

$105,250 $ 92,750 $ 76,750 $111,000 $ 77,500 $ 74,500 $ 80,000 $ 89,250 $ 86,750 $ 83,500 $ 90,000 $ 94,250 $103,000 $118,750 $ 54,750

$ 125,000 $ 110,000 $ 91,000 $ 132,000 $ 92,000 $ 92,500 $ 95,000 $ 106,000 $ 103,000 $ 99,000 $ 107,000 $ 112,000 $ 122,250 $ 141,000 $ 65,000

$150,000 $132,000 $109,000 $158,250 $110,500 $115,750 $114,000 $127,000 $123,500 $118,750 $128,500 $134,500 $146,750 $169,000 $ 78,000

$ 177,000 $ 156,000 $ 129,000 $ 187,000 $ 130,500 $ 156,250 $ 134,750 $ 150,250 $ 146,000 $ 140,250 $ 152,000 $ 158,750 $ 173,250 $ 199,750 $ 92,000

$ 139,000 $ 114,000

$166,750 $137,000

$ 197,000 $ 162,000

$ 75,000 $ 127,000 $ 109,750

$ 94,000 $152,250 $131,500

$ 126,750 $ 180,000 $ 155,500

CONSULTING & SYSTEMS INTEGRATION Director $117,000 Project Manager/ $ 96,000 Senior Consultant Staff Consultant $ 60,250 Senior IT Auditor $107,000 IT Auditor $ 92,250

Source: Robert Half

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PERCENTILES TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH MIDPOINT

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DATA/DATABASE ADMINISTRATION Big Data Engineer $126,250 Database Manager $107,000 Database Developer $ 97,750 Database Administrator $ 75,750 Data Analyst/Report Writer $ 81,000 Data Architect $110,000 Data Modeler $ 77,750 Data Scientist $100,000 Data Warehouse Analyst $ 75,250 Business Intelligence Analyst $ 83,750 Data Reporting Analyst $ 58,000

$150,000 $127,000 $116,000 $ 95,000 $ 96,000 $130,000 $ 96,250 $119,000 $ 93,500 $104,000 $ 73,000

$180,000 $152,250 $139,000 $114,500 $115,000 $156,000 $120,500 $142,750 $117,000 $130,250 $ 90,000

$ 212,500 $ 180,000 $ 164,500 $ 156,000 $ 136,000 $ 184,000 $ 162,500 $ 168,000 $ 158,000 $ 175,750 $ 108,000

QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) & TESTING QA Engineer – Manual $ 58,000 QA Engineer – Automated $ 69,000 QA/Testing Manager $ 80,000 QA Associate/Analyst $ 61,500

$ 69,000 $ 82,000 $ 95,000 $ 73,000

$ 82,750 $ 98,500 $114,000 $ 87,500

$ 97,750 $ 116,000 $ 134,750 $ 103,500

WEB DEVELOPMENT Senior Web Developer Web Developer Front-End Web Developer Web Administrator Web Designer E-Commerce Analyst

$ 98,500 $ 82,500 $ 62,500 $ 67,250 $ 72,500 $ 81,750

$117,000 $ 98,000 $ 72,750 $ 80,000 $ 86,000 $ 97,000

$140,250 $117,500 $ 90,750 $ 96,000 $103,250 $116,500

$ 165,750 $ 139,000 $ 122,500 $ 113,500 $ 122,000 $ 137,500

NETWORKING/TELECOMMUNICATIONS Network Architect $112,750 Network Manager $ 93,500 Network Engineer $ 90,000 Wireless Network Engineer $100,000 Network Administrator $ 73,250 Telecommunications Manager $ 79,000 Telecommunications Specialist $ 59,000 NOC Technician $ 51,750

$134,000 $111,000 $107,000 $119,000 $ 87,000 $ 94,000 $ 70,000 $ 59,500

$160,750 $133,000 $128,500 $142,750 $104,500 $112,750 $ 84,000 $ 76,000

$ 190,000 $ 157,250 $ 151,750 $ 168,750 $ 123,250 $ 133,000 $ 99,250 $ 97,000

Source: Robert Half


PERCENTILES TITLE 25TH 50TH 75TH MIDPOINT OPERATIONS Computer Operator $ 33,750 Mainframe Systems Programmer $ 51,750 SECURITY Data Security Analyst Systems Security Administrator Network Security Administrator Network Security Engineer Information Systems Security Manager SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT Product Manager Software Engineer Software Developer

$ 40,000 $ 65,000

$ 48,000 $ 81,750

$ 56,750 $ 92,250

$ 102,000 $ 92,750 $ 92,000 $ 97,000 $ 115,250

$121,000 $110,000 $109,250 $115,000 $137,000

$ 145,000 $ 132,000 $ 131,000 $ 138,000 $ 164,250

$ 171,500 $ 156,000 $ 155,000 $ 163,000 $ 194,250

$ 100,250 $ 102,000 $ 97,000

$119,000 $121,000 $115,000

$ 142,750 $ 145,000 $ 138,000

$ 169,000 $ 171,500 $ 163,000

$ 115,250 $ 72,000 $ 96,000 $ 121,250 $ 69,000 $ 54,000 $ 45,500 $ 81,500 $ 45,500 $ 123,500 $ 86,500 $ 49,500 $ 65,250 $ 80,250

$ 136,000 $ 85,000 $ 113,500 $ 143,250 $ 81,500 $ 63,750 $ 54,000 $ 96,250 $ 54,000 $ 146,000 $ 102,000 $ 54,500 $ 77,750 $ 95,000

TECHNICAL SERVICES, HELP DESK & TECHNICAL SUPPORT Manager $ 80,750 $ 96,000 Desktop Support Analyst $ 50,500 $ 60,000 Systems Administrator $ 67,250 $ 80,000 Systems Engineer $ 85,000 $101,000 Help Desk Tier 3 $ 48,500 $ 57,500 Help Desk Tier 2 $ 38,000 $ 45,000 Help Desk Tier 1 $ 32,000 $ 38,000 Instructor/Trainer $ 57,250 $ 68,000 PC Technician $ 32,000 $ 38,000 Business Continuity Analyst $ 86,750 $103,000 Hardware Analyst $ 60,750 $ 72,000 Cable Technician $ 32,250 $ 40,500 Product Support Specialist $ 45,750 $ 54,500 Mobile Device Support Analyst $ 56,500 $ 67,000

Source: Robert Half

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