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Careers: 10 Analytics Jobs That Pay The Most

Before you decide which way to take your analytics career in 2018, take a look at this slideshow, highlighting the highest-paying job titles for data analytics professionals.
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10. CRM Business Analyst

Improving the customer experience has become a priority for many organizations, and as a result, analyzing the data stored in customer relationship management (CRM) systems is more important than ever. The Robert Half Technology salary guide says that CRM business analysts earn a median of $95,000. Those in the 25th percentile make $80,000, while those in the 95th percentile get $134,750.

As you might expect, this role requires deep technical knowledge of an organization's CRM software, and possibly some coding skills. Candidates also need business knowledge and the ability to serve as a bridge between business management and technical staff.

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