Salary: Database Administrator Analyst in San Mateo, CA | Glassdoor

Database Administrator/Analyst Salaries in San Mateo

1 SalaryUpdated Jun 13, 2010
Average Base Pay
$96,648*/yr
15% above national average
$75K$129K
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How much does a Database Administrator Analyst make in San Mateo, CA?

The average salary for a Database Administrator Analyst is $83,894 in San Mateo, CA. Salaries estimates based on 970 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by Database Administrator Analyst employees in San Mateo, CA.

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$90,477/yr
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Below are the most recent Database Administrator Analyst salary reports. Employer name has been removed to protect anonymity.

$60,000
per year
A Database Administrator reported making $60,000 per year
Job Highlights
1-2 years experience
Part-time
 
501 to 1000 employees
Company - Private
$100,000
per year
A Database Administrator reported making $100,000 per year
Job Highlights
8-10 years experience
Full-time
 
1 to 50 employees
Nonprofit Organization
$125,000
per year
A Database Administrator reported making $125,000 per year
Additional Pay
$5k cash bonus
Job Highlights
8-10 years experience
Full-time
 
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Private
$110,000
per year
A SQL Server Database Administrator reported making $110,000 per year
Additional Pay
$1 cash bonus
Job Highlights
10+ years experience
Full-time
 
10000+ employees
Company - Public
$115,000
per year
A DB2 Database Administrator reported making $115,000 per year
Job Highlights
10+ years experience
Full-time
 
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
$150,000
per year
A Mysql Database Administrator reported making $150,000 per year
Job Highlights
10+ years experience
Full-time
 
5001 to 10000 employees
Company - Public
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