The average Salesforce Trainer salary in the United States ranges from around $110,000 to $130,000. Mason Frank’s Salesforce Salary Survey paints an accurate picture of the Salesforce ecosystem, shedding light on everything from rate of pay to product adoption.
A junior-level Salesforce Trainer earns around $108,025, while the average mid- and senior-level SFDC trainer salary is $117,839 and $132,018 respectively.
A Salesforce Trainer is hugely important during the integration of the platform in a business. A strong communicator and instructor, a Trainer is responsible for ensuring their company is able to fully harness its Salesforce solution.
A Salesforce Trainer is also a popular role among freelancers and contract workers, and the average rate for this role tends to be between $110 and $150 an hour. Salesforce Trainers appear to be in greater demand now than ever before, given that the average hourly rate for this job role started at around $45 this time last year — that’s an improvement of $65 in just a 12-month period.
Often, a Salesforce Trainer could come from a parallel background just as a Salesforce Project Manager or Business Analyst. Although earnings tend to be relatively similar across all three job roles, it does open up the opportunity to change responsibilities and keep your career fresh.
The Mason Frank Salary Survey was compiled using data from 22,022 registered vacancies, 1,973 actual job placements made by Mason Frank International, and 3,714 actual responses to our global salary questionnaire. All information is accurate as of December 1 2017.