What should Salesforce professionals expect to earn? How do your peers feel about their employers, certifications, and diversity? Download the new Salesforce Salary Survey to delve into these topical issues, and explore salaries across a range of roles globally. From work perks and sought-after skillsets to job satisfaction and remote working trends, this is the most up-to-date snapshot of the Salesforce Ohana available anywhere.
For the first time, our report also spotlights measures of happiness and wellbeing among Salesforce professionals, with contributions from the Salesforce Ben community.
90% of professionals believe that years of experience with Salesforce is essential to increase your earning potential
43% of respondents experienced an increase in their salary after earning a certification.
60% of partner employees expect an increase in their workload in
the coming year
75% of permanently employed Salesforce professionals experienced a salary increase when they last changed jobs
86% of respondents believe that certifications makes you stand out in a competitive job market. The top three benefits identified by professionals who have undertaken a certification include proving your abilities with Salesforce (73%), improving career progression opportunities (64%), and becoming better in your day-to-day role (53%).
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Working from home at least one day a week
Each response to the salary survey has been validated using robust statistical analysis and automated data validation rules in order to be included in the results. Any data profiles that do not pass our validation rules and statistical analysis, or that are deemed questionable, incomplete, or duplicate were removed in order to provide meaningful results.
The level of seniority for permanent salaries is split into junior and senior, and is based on years of experience working with Salesforce products. Individual salary information from survey responses is used solely for benchmarking purposes. Personal salary information will only be used in an anonymized way and is not in connection with any individual role or hiring decision.