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The most important aspect of any business is recruiting, selecting, and retaining top people. Research shows those organizations that spend more time recruiting high-caliber people earn 22% higher return to shareholders than their industry peers. However, most employers do a miserable job selecting people. Many companies rely on outdated and ineffective interviewing and hiring techniques. This critical responsibility sometimes gets the least emphasis.
The job interview is the driving force in the employee selection process. While the job interview may not deserve all of the attention that the job interview receives, it is still a powerful force in hiring.
Manager Artificial Intelligence Salary
Salary Manager AI median $134,100
The Manager AI helps implement infrastructure that advances the strategy for AI and ML across the enterprise. The Manager AI is a thought leader on the application of AI in the enterprise's industry, with an initial focus on guiding engineering processes for the safe, effective, and ethical implementation of AI and ML.
The Manager of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning is one of the hardest positions to fill today. Based on our Salary Survey data the national median salary is $134,100. The overall salary range is between $96,500 to $279,000.
80,000 IT Pros unemployed
National Unemployment Rate (3.6%) versus IT Pros Unemployment Rate (3.1%)
Historically the unemployment rate for IT Professionals and those in the Information field is less than that of the national average as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Janco reviews this data and includes it in its process of forecasting the growth of the IT Job Market.
Pay Grades for System Analysts defined
Pay grades for System Analyst job classes released
The pay grades for the system analyst have been released by Janco. Several subscribers to Janco's IT salary survey asked for this data to assist them in their recruiting process. The System Analyst job class has five unique job descriptions. The pay grades that were set are for the System Analyst I, II, III, IV, and V which fall within the Professional Job Family of the IT Job Family Classification & Pay Grade System.
The chart below is at the macro level and is current for a Midwestern distribution organization with revenuses of $234 million. Based on industry and location these salary ranges are different.
Over 34% of IT Work Force did some WFH
WFH & Telecommuting environment
A growing number of enterprise employees now are telecommuting - ranging from ad hoc work from home due to the pandemic and temporary family situations to full-time telework/home work arrangements. In fact, a recent survey found that 87% of the North American and European enterprises (companies with 1,000 or more employees) responded that a significant portion of employees spend 20% or more of their working time telecommuting or working away from the office.
- On days they worked, 34 percent of employed persons did some or all of their work at home and 69 percent of employed persons did some or all of their work at their workplace.
- The share of employed persons who spent time working at home on days worked decreased slightly from 38 percent in 2021 to 34 percent in 2022.
- Workers with higher levels of education were more likely to work at home than were those who had less education.
- On days they worked, employed men worked 32 minutes more than employed women. This difference partly reflects women's greater likelihood of working part time.
- On days they worked, employed women were more likely than employed all of their work at home--41 percent of women, compared with 28 percent of men.
- Many more people worked on weekdays than on weekend days: 81 percent of employed persons worked on an average weekday, compared with 29 percent on an average weekend day.