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Salary Survey 2019

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Results by region

Survey responses from over seven different regions of the country were examined. The greatest number of respondents making at least $100,000 are from the Pacific and Mountain region (70), which includes the United States' most populous state, California. New England, however, had the largest percentage of respondents (49.1%) reporting a salary of at least $100,000. In both regions, most of the respondents were in the $100,000-$125,999 range.

The Central region – Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, the Dakotas and Texas – garnered the highest number of responses with 237. The South Atlantic region – Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, the Carolinas, Virginia and West Virginia – had the greatest diversity in pay, with seven of the 11 salary bands registering at least 10%.

This began at the $40,000-$49,999 range and ended at $100,000-$125,999. Around 15% of the respondents in that region said they make $60,000-$69,999 annually, and another 15% make $100,000-$125,999.

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