Salary / Career

Should You Be Earning More? Find Out With the Careers & Hiring Survey

By Lucy Mazalon

There’s no doubt that Salesforce professionals are deserving of their compensation – they carry out a core function that allows organizations to optimize and extend Salesforce to improve business operations and gain that all-important ROI.

With the Salesforce ecosystem’s rapid growth, it’s sometimes hard to keep up with the different roles, salaries, and benefits. As the supply and demand for Salesforce roles changes, so do the salaries. It’s best to get ahead of the market and understand these trends.

How much do other Salesforce professionals earn, and how do you find out?

The global Careers and Hiring survey is back for 2021! Over the past few years, Mason Frank has been curating the largest database of salaries for various Salesforce roles across the globe, as well as painting a picture of technology usage, adoption, and other sentiments in the Salesforce ecosystem.

Spotlight for 2021: Employee Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion

The events of the past year have shined the spotlight on how we consider our work in relation to what we stand for as individuals. This could be related to how your employer handled the pandemic and its ongoing impacts, or their stance on social justice issues, and how they promote diversity. We’ve teamed up with Mason Frank to ask these important questions.

What the survey taught us in 2020 about career prospects and happiness was eye-opening – you can read the highlights here.

Take the survey today and play a part in building the snapshot of Salesforce salaries. You will be entered into a draw for a $500 Amazon Gift Card – what have you got to lose?

The Author

Lucy Mazalon

Lucy is the Operations Director at Salesforce Ben. She is a 10x certified Marketing Champion and founder of The DRIP.


    Ben McCarthy
    July 12, 2019 12:27 pm
    Hi Johnny, the previous salary survey was completed last year. This survey is the current one for 2019/2020, you will be sure to get a copy when it has concluded!

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