Computer science salaries can be expensive: study
Computer science can be a rewarding career but it can be quite a pricey one, according to a new study.
According to the University of California, Berkeley’s Computational Linguistics Institute (CLI), the median annual salary for computer science majors is $66,200.
While it’s the highest salary among the humanities, it’s not as high as it was in the 1970s.
The median salary for a CS major is $62,000, and it’s almost a third lower than it was a decade ago.
“The median salaries for the humanities and social sciences are about 40 percent and 60 percent higher than those of computer science,” the study found.
It’s important to remember that a large portion of these salaries are due to the fact that the humanities are not considered an academic discipline.
In contrast, the CS majors are considered an industry, and the salaries for those fields are higher.
However, the study also points out that this is due to a variety of factors.
In addition to the pay gap, there are more and more employers offering opportunities for higher-paying positions in computer science.
In fact, more than a third of the companies surveyed are seeking to hire computer scientists.
The researchers also found that there are two major pay gaps for computer scientists: those who do research and those who perform technical work.
The former pay out more than $2,000 more than the latter, and in the case of research, the gap can be as much as 15 percent.
According the CLI, the average salaries for computer scientist employees range from $42,000 to $70,000.
However, the pay of computer scientist positions has actually fallen in recent years, so it’s important that employers keep in mind this.
The report comes just months after a survey by the Association of Computing Machinery found that CS jobs are not a strong field.
According to the study, only 38 percent of employers said that they were hiring computer scientists in 2016.
The survey also found more than 50 percent of companies are not hiring enough computer scientists, which could potentially result in a lack of quality candidates.
The CLI’s findings come at a time when there are increasing efforts to bring more and better jobs to the field.
Last year, Google introduced a hiring spree for computer and mathematical experts, and companies are now hiring more computer science and engineering graduates.
It’s a sign that companies are finally seeing the potential of these careers, especially as technology continues to become a major factor in business.