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Frequently Asked Questions

What does a Salesforce administrator do?

A Salesforce administrator bridges the gap between business needs and available technology. Salesforce admins solve complex business problems and ensure that projects are successfully finished. They use their knowledge of Salesforce to automate processes for better growth. They also train users on Salesforce and create reports and dashboards for various teams and departments. Plus, they work on maintaining not just business productivity but also team efficiency. So while their responsibilities are primarily administrative, Salesforce admins are essential to smooth business operations.

What is the average salary for a Salesforce administrator?

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for database administrators was $90,070 in 2018. However, it lists no wages specifically for Salesforce administrators. Career sites that gather data from users have also shown slightly varying values for this year. PayScale lists the lowest average salary at $66,889, while the Mason Frank Salesforce Salary Survey indicated the highest average at $95,000. All other sites state an average salary between these two amounts. The average salary of Salesforce admins is $88,884 in Indeed.com, $77,503 in Glassdoor, and $75,000 in LinkedIn.

How much does a certified Salesforce administrator make?

According to the Mason Frank Salesforce Salary Survey for 2019–2020, 44% of the respondents indicated that their salary increased after they acquired a Salesforce certification. Entry-level Salesforce admin jobs usually receive a salary of just $48,000 to $56,000. In Salary.com, the salary range of a Salesforce CRM Administrator is $72,243–$85,436 with an average of $79,356. Earning more certifications and experience to become a Senior Salesforce Administrator would increase your salary to anywhere between $112,901–$141,646 and an average of $126,099. Paying for prep courses and certification exams will eventually pay off with higher salaries.

Does Salesforce require coding?

Some Salesforce and IT administrator jobs require knowledge of coding techniques and syntaxes. However, you can pursue a career in Salesforce administration without coding skills. A basic understanding is helpful, especially when it comes to JavaScript, Visualforce, or Apex. However, you can easily manage the platform without having programming knowledge by using the web interface and application framework. You just need to understand how to use point-and-click tools so you can translate business requirements into Salesforce app implementations. 

How do I join Salesforce?

The hiring process of Salesforce is pretty standard. You apply for positions such as Salesforce admin jobs that match your skills and achievements. Your application is reviewed by their hiring team. If you meet the job description and are among the best candidates for the position, you’ll be asked to undergo a series of interviews. Once selected, you’ll receive an offer with a competitive salary and benefits. Once you’ve signed the offer, you’re onboarded to become part of the Salesforce family. While the process may sound quite easy, competition for Salesforce jobs can be stiff. So, make sure you’re well-equipped by gaining as many skills, experiences, and certifications as you can.