Download the 2022 Salesforce Salary Guide to access the most up-to-date information on competitive salaries for Salesforce Administrators, Developers, Solution Architects, Project Managers and more. Utilize this guide as a resource for your recruitment efforts, as a benchmark for pay when building out your team or as a tool when negotiating your own salary within the industry.

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SAMPLE OF SALESFORCE ROLES & CLOUD EXPERTISE

Salesforce Jobs

  • Salesforce Administrator
  • Salesforce Business Analyst
  • Salesforce Developer
  • Salesforce Solution Architect
  • Salesforce Technical Architect
  • Salesforce Consultant
  • Salesforce Manager
  • Salesforce Functional Consultant
  • Salesforce Project Manager
  • Salesforce Director

Cloud Expertise

  • Sales Cloud
  • Service Cloud
  • Marketing Cloud
  • Community Cloud
  • Commerce Cloud
  • Financial Services Cloud
  • Field Service Lightning
  • Einstein
  • CPQ & Billing
  • Mulesoft
  • Tableau

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ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

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CREATIVE & MARKETING

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FASHION & RETAIL

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FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

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HUMAN RESOURCES

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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REAL ESTATE

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SCIENTIFIC

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SUPPLY CHAIN, OPERATIONS & LOGISTICS

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