In its annual report on the human resources profession, the Human Resources Institute (HRI) lists the top five pay grades and their average hourly rates.
Here’s a breakdown of the salaries for human resources professionals:1.
Senior HR Analyst: $53,400 2.
Senior Executive Assistant: $47,000 3.
Senior Human Resources Manager: $46,000 4.
Senior Data Analyst: -$46,600 5.
Senior Business Analyst: +$47,800In total, HR Analyst salaries have risen by 6% over the past three years, from $53.3 million to $53 million.
This increase, however, came at the expense of executive assistant salaries, which rose 4%.HR Analyst salaries are still the highest in the industry, but their average has decreased by 8% over this period.
This has been partially offset by an increase in business analyst salaries, up from $46.2 million to the current average of $47.2.
The average executive assistant salary has increased from $50,400 to $52,000, which is the highest among HR analysts.
The HR industry is becoming increasingly competitive, with companies looking to hire HR professionals looking to maximize their pay.
Companies are looking to attract and retain HR professionals, as they are more able to pay them more than their predecessors, according to the HRI.
The HR industry has been gaining traction in the past decade, and this trend will continue.