Has the rise in Salesforce entry level salaries caused an adverse reaction to employers wanting to hire?
Conceptually, if the market salary for an entry level Salesforce position is $60-65K and if the market salary for someone with 2 years experience is $75-$80K, would it be in the employers best interest to just pay the difference and recruit in the experienced?
BUT, if the market salary for an entry level Salesforce position was $40-$45K, the delta would be much more significant between the inexperienced and the experienced, allowing for entry level to be taken into heavier consideration.
Yes, they risk losing that individual after a few years experience, but they would at least be able to get their career started.
Please Note: I received my first D in Advanced Economics in college, so the above theory could be completely wack.
Speaking of wack, how about some Kris Kross (Jump, 1992)…
“And everything is to the back with a little slack
‘Cause inside out, it’s wiggida wiggida wiggida wack
I come stompin’ with somethin’ pumpin’ to keep you jumpin’
R&B rap is bullcrap is what I’m dumpin’
Ain’t nuthin’ soft about Kris Kross, we all that
So when they ask, “Do they rock?,” say, “Believe that!”