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IT Salary Survey 2013: 11 Career Insights
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D. Henschen
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4/15/2013 | 7:50:40 PM
re: IT Salary Survey 2013: 11 Career Insights
Nice report, Chris. On the BI/Analytics category, my sense is that top-end analysts with predictive/data mining expertise are up near the manager average of $132,000 even if they're more like specialist staff than managers. Data scientists get even higher pay, but that category wasn't covered in our survey. Other sources have these types earning as much as $145,000 per year on average.
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