Harnham 2020 Data & Analytics Salary Survey

David Farmer our consultant managing the role
Posting date: 1/21/2020 2:33 PM
I'm excited to announce the launch of our 9th annual Salary Survey. 

Covering salaries, diversity, benefits and technologies, our published Salary Guide is known for reflecting and driving trends within the Data & Analytics industry.

As ever, we can't put together our guide without your input, so we are extremely grateful to everyone who is able to take part. 

This year, one participant will win a £500 Amazon Voucher (or an equivalent amount in your local currency). You can read all the terms and conditions for this here. 

The survey takes around 10 minutes and we would love to hear your thoughts. All submissions are 100% confidential and will only be used to provide an overview of the industry as a whole. 

You can choose the survey relevant to you below:

UK Survey


US Survey


EU/EEA Survey


In the meantime, you can download a copy of last year's completed Salary Guide here

We look forward to sharing our latest results with you later in the year. 

Related blog & news

With over 10 years experience working solely in the Data & Analytics sector our consultants are able to offer detailed insights into the industry.

Visit our Blogs & News portal or check out the related posts below.

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