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If I have 1-2 years of professional analytics experience in the tech industry (Silicon Valley), would should be my salary range when I move into industry?

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Assuming that 1-2 yrs is right out of college, I'd hold off on the jump until Consultant or Manager. Allows you to make a bigger jump into industry and avoid some of the entry level BS we all loathe

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$85k-$110k, depending on location for non-management analytics positions. The rise from there could be farther because consulting prepares you for more, but it also pays more.

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