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This salary calculator determines salary benchmarks based on real interview requests. Find out your potential salary for various jobs and roles in Software Engineering, Design, Data Science, or Product Management in cities across the US including San Francisco, New York City, Los Angeles and Boston. Looking internationally? You can calculate data for international countries and cities such as France, London and Toronto.

This is a great tool to compare salaries in some of the top cities worldwide, depending on your years of experience. If you're considering making the move to a new job market and want more information, you can compare salaries by exploring our full salary directory. Find out your worth!

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