How much does a database administrator make?


How much does a database administrator make?

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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), database administrators earned a median salary of $93,750 in 2019. Breaking down the numbers, the tenth percentile of earners made $51,800 while the 90th percentile made $148,060 in 2019. In terms of industry, database administrators working in data processing and hosting had the highest median salary in 2019 at $103,930. Following closely were those working in insurance, who earned a median salary of $101,650, and those working in computer systems design, who earned a median salary of $99,310. In addition to this recent data, the BLS also reports data from 2017 detailing the differences in mean salary by state. New Jersey came out on top with a mean of $106,390, followed by Washington ($98,120), Connecticut ($97,670), Virginia ($97,050), and the District of Columbia ($97,030). This career is predicted to grow ten percent from 2019 to 2029, adding 12,800 new jobs.

For more information about database administrators, check out this article: Database Administrator: Job Description and Requirements.

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