When to expect more than 200k? AI Data Science

Sep 29 26 Comments

I've worked in data analytics, data mining, data science, or machine learning (or what ever new name is out), for almost 5 years now. Most of the job salaries I've seen in Georgia are below $175k. But I noticed on here most report having a salary above $200k. So what am I missing? Are these usually like Dept manager positions? Or people with 10 years experience? Yea I could get more if I'd finish my Master's but from what I seen it still wouldn't be above $200k.

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  • Cisco choco330
    Lol SQL for $200k... get outta here chump
    Sep 29 5
    • OP
      Lol you think I just do SQL. How quaint (*Pats you on your head*)
      Sep 29
    • Cisco choco330
      No masters? Come on you can build a model in 5 lines you don’t have the depth to do more than that
      Sep 29
    • OP
      Lol again your showing your ignorance. I already said I haven't "completed" my Master's, but I do have 27 credits. And done way more than just import models. It's ok sonny , run on home.
      Sep 29
    • OP
      Also many of us were smart enough to do data scientist like projects before grad school (I actually did a few in undergrad). Grad school and school in general is just the official stamp. But it's helpful for people like you that likely copied and paid their way through school ;-)
      Sep 29
    • Cisco choco330

      or machine learning (or what ever new name is out)


      😂
      Sep 29
  • Oracle
    not_larry

    Oracle

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    not_larrymore
    Most 200k+ people here live in Bay Area. You need to adjust for cost of living. They are also in FAANGMULLA companies. Your masters won’t have much effect on this salary difference. Leetcode will make more difference in general.
    Sep 29 0
  • Two Sigma XJhI36
    You are missing sampling bias
    Sep 29 1
  • New / Project
    dbky43

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    dbky43more
    Salary of $200,000 in San Francisco is only $90,000 in Atlanta. Do a cost of living comparison. Don't get colored by the high TC in the bay area. After taxes and rent/mortgage, it's the same as making less than half in Many other parts of the country.
    Sep 29 0
  • Expedia Group itsmememe
    Yeah maybe the issue is location (Georgia).....
    Sep 29 0
  • NVIDIA gotpromo
    Bay Area cost of living is higher so salaries are also higher.
    Sep 29 0
  • Microsoft sikerro
    Data analytics, data mining, data science and machine learning are names for the same thing?
    Sep 29 7
    • Microsoft sikerro
      Dammit I spent 5yrs for my PhD for nothing. Really a bad time to tell this now
      Sep 29
    • Microsoft 01020
      No dipshit.

      Analytics - typically business intelligence, SQL monkey. No grad degree. Very easy. Make BS slides for management to feel good. Dashboaed stuff.

      Data Mining - More of data engineering stuff. ETL shit that kind of stuff.

      Data Science - Used to mean advanced ML and DL. Usually have grad req. Complicated shit. These days data science means data analyst. The true data scientists are now applied scientist or whatever equivalent title.

      ML - Duh.
      Sep 29
    • OP
      Lol so even your admit data scientists now have multiple job titles and actually the way you spelled it out each job title is a necessary prestep to the next. Pull and visualization data (analytics/data mining) then data scientist/analyst that models data. Also if you really know about the industry you'd know around 2012 data mining was used to mean data science because the intelligence generated from modeling the data like AI was considered the "mining" part.
      Sep 29
    • OP
      Also there are many data scientist and machine learning engineers without grad degrees. And some of the dumbest ones I've met had PhDs
      Sep 29
    • Microsoft MrsTrump
      Forget about the names, read up about basic of ML and you get that each person in each company is doung slightly different thing and these names are just keep evolving.. data miner, data analysis, knowledge discovery, data science, applied scientist...
      Sep 29
  • Wait... who is giving $175k in Georgia!?
    Sep 29 1
    • OP
      You gotta really look and have experience
      Sep 29
  • Microsoft sikerro
    Please DM me your resume and I can make that happen if you complete your MSc
    Sep 29 1
    • OP
      Thanks, I haven't completed it. But when I do I'll hit you up
      Sep 29
  • Splunk splk2000
    DM me if you see any relevant job posting for Splunk. I can refer you.
    Sep 29 0
  • Microsoft pig pig
    They lied to you
    Sep 29 0

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