How much does a Decision Science Analyst make in North Carolina? The average Decision Science Analyst salary in North Carolina is $61,949 as of April 27, 2021, but the range typically falls between $57,141 and $69,581. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on the city and many other important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession.

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Location Avg. Salary Date Updated
Location Aberdeen, NC Avg. Salary $59,130 Date Updated April 27, 2021
Location Advance, NC Avg. Salary $62,027 Date Updated April 27, 2021
Location Ahoskie, NC Avg. Salary $60,754 Date Updated April 27, 2021
Location Alamance, NC Avg. Salary $61,846 Date Updated April 27, 2021
Location Albemarle, NC Avg. Salary $61,852 Date Updated April 27, 2021
Location Albertson, NC Avg. Salary $58,952 Date Updated April 27, 2021
Location Alexander, NC Avg. Salary $59,691 Date Updated April 27, 2021
Location Alexis, NC Avg. Salary $63,695 Date Updated April 27, 2021
Location Alliance, NC Avg. Salary $58,773 Date Updated April 27, 2021
Location Almond, NC Avg. Salary $59,124 Date Updated April 27, 2021
Job Openings for Decision Science Analyst in North Carolina
Keen Decision Systems - Cherryville , NC
Keen Decision Systems is looking for a Software QA Analyst to bring quality and value to our ... Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business, Marketing, Economics, or related technical ...
LinkedIn - 8 days ago
Syngenta - Durham , NC
As a Field Analytics Scientist you will work collaboratively on building and deploying industry-leading statistical, experimental design and biometric capabilities to improve decision making for ...
Upward.net - 40 days ago
Facilitate interpretation and decision making based on supporting analysis and data insights ... A bachelor's degree in a related discipline desired (life science, business, engineering, computer ...
Parexel - 39 days ago
Marketing Sciences' role is to solve problems by designing solutions, extracting knowledge and deriving insights from data to enable fact-based decision making. The team brings accountability to the ...
Nexxt - 30 days ago
This role will also pair closely with our Data Science and Data Engineering departments to assist ... Demonstrates problem solving, decision-making, and process-improvement skills. * Strong ...
LinkedIn - 26 days ago
... decision-making. The primary responsibilities for the Senior Business Intelligence Analyst include ... Science or Statistics, requires two (2) years of experience If Master's degree, requires two (2) ...
Upward.net - 11 days ago
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