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 10 AI Jobs & the Colossal Salaries They Command

Artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning is hot right now. How hot, you ask?
According to Indeed in a report released in August, the number of job postings with AI or machine learning listed within them increased by nearly 100% between June 2015 and June 2018.
What’s more, the percent of searches for these terms on Indeed also increased by 182%, the report found.
This demonstrates the need for AI specialists, which is only expanding exponentially as companies incorporate AI solutions into their businesses.
In terms of specific positions, 94% of job postings that contained AI or machine learning terms were for machine learning engineers, Indeed’s report further noted. Additionally, 41% of machine learning engineer positions were still open after 60 days. 
Meanwhile, data scientists (found in 75% of AI job postings), computer vision engineers (65%), and algorithm engineers (37%) were also in demand, according to that same report.
But what are the highest-paying AI jobs? Take a look at the top 10:
1. Director of Analytics
Average salary: $140,837
2. Principal Scientist
Average salary: $138,271
3. Machine Learning Engineer
Average salary: $134,449
4. Computer Vision Engineer
Average salary: $134,346
5. Data Scientist
Average salary: $130,503
6. Data Engineer
Average salary: $125,999
7. Algorithm Engineer
Average salary: $104,112
8. Computer Scientist
Average salary: $97,850
9. Statistician
Average salary: $83,731
10. Research Engineer
Average salary: $71,600 
Sources: Indeed, TechRepublic
 
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