Data Scientist Salary in Dallas/Ft Worth

A data scientist is often well versed in statistics and machine learning. They are often hired to solve complex problems related but not limited to prediction, recommendations, pattern detection, automated processes, decision-making, as well as scoring and ranking.
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Compare Data Scientist salaries by region

Data Scientists are highest in demand in SF Bay Area, London, and New York. Browse and compare average salaries in locations where this role is also popular:

  1. Houston
  2. $165,000
  3. SF Bay Area
  4. $157,793
  5. Washington D.C.
  6. $152,666
  7. San Diego
  8. $150,000
  9. Seattle
  10. $148,159
  11. Los Angeles
  12. $143,530
  13. Dallas/Ft Worth
  14. $138,750
  15. New York
  16. $136,616
  17. Atlanta
  18. $123,250
  19. Boston
  20. $119,080
  21. Chicago
  22. $118,967
  23. Austin
  24. $112,027
  25. Toronto
  26. C$107,146
  27. Philadelphia
  28. $105,500
  29. Denver
  30. $97,000
  31. Dublin
  32. €90,000
  33. London
  34. £69,151
  1. Houston
  2. $165,000
  3. SF Bay Area
  4. $157,793
  5. Washington D.C.
  6. $152,666
  7. San Diego
  8. $150,000
  9. Seattle
  10. $148,159
  11. Los Angeles
  12. $143,530
  13. Dallas/Ft Worth
  14. $138,750
  15. New York
  16. $136,616
  17. Atlanta
  18. $123,250
  19. Boston
  20. $119,080
  21. Chicago
  22. $118,967
  23. Austin
  24. $112,027
  25. Toronto
  26. C$107,146
  27. Philadelphia
  28. $105,500
  29. Denver
  30. $97,000
  31. Dublin
  32. €90,000
  33. London
  34. £69,151
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Where Data Scientists are highest in demand

    Data Scientists are highest in demand in SF Bay Area, London, and New York. Browse and compare average salaries in locations where this role is also popular: