OK, read on.
Management analysts use data to improve an organization’s profits and efficiency.
- Mean: $42.30/hr or $87,980
- Bottom 10%: $21.12/hr or $43,920
- Top 10%: $68.16 or $141,780
- Highest Sector: Petroleum and coal products
- Mean: $42.18 or $87,740
- Bottom 10%: $22.26 or $46,300
- Top 10%: $69.99 or $145,850
- Highest Paying Sector: Public Relations
Computer systems analysts study the needs of an organization so they can recommend hardware and software
- Mean: $39.58 or $82,230
- Bottom 10%: $23.74 or $49,370
- Top 10%: $57.72 or $120,060
- Highest Paying Sector: Animal Slaughtering (u read that right)
Bottom 10% all make nearly the same amount, but no one wants to be that guy. Financial Analysts have the potential to make the most money.
I don't know if this included bonuses but I believe that it does.
There is money to be made.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Salary Write Up
The Differences Between a Business Analyst and a Data Analyst