2022 SALARY GUIDE FROM ROBERT HALF
Robert Half has reported on salaries for more than 70 years. The 2022 guide highlights new numbers worth knowing, including pay ranges for 500+ positions.
Salaries Are Rising
U.S. starting salaries for professional occupations are expected to increase an average of 3.8%.
Workers want a raise — or they may walk.
|49% feel underpaid|
|31% would consider quitting if they didn’t get a salary boost|
Source: Robert Half survey of more than 2,800 workers in the U.S.
Top Roles in Demand
Positions in strong demand may see even bigger pay gains.
|Title||Salary Range||% Change|
|Revenue Cycle Analyst||$47,000 - $68,000||8.1%|
|Database Administrator||$82,750 - $124,500||6.9%|
|Front-End Developer||$76,250 - $107,750||6.0%|
|Digital Marketing Specialist||$50,750 - $72,500||5.6%|
|Information Systems Security Manager||$129,750 - $187,750||5.5%|
|Law Firm Lawyer 4 – 9 years’ experience||$93,250 - $146,250||5.5%|
|Customer Service Specialist||$32,750 - $38,750||5.3%|
|Administrative Assistant||$35,750 - $43,750||4.7%|
|User Experience Designer||$79,750 - $122,250||3.8%|
|Senior Accountant||$66,500 - $95,750||3.7%|
In a tight talent market, workers have more options and employers must offer competitive compensation, benefits and perks. Learn more at roberthalf.com/salary_guide.
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