The highest paychecks go to Senior Software Development Engineers, who earn $104K, closely trailed by Lead Software Engineers ($96K), Senior Software Engineers ($87K), and Senior Financial Analysts (about $80K). Earning only around $64K, Client Service Managers make less than most people in the company.
Years of Experience
For those with one to four years of experience, paychecks typically reach approximately $62K. Respondents who have been working for five to nine years tend to make around $78K. The largest slice of the Thomson Reuters workforce (30 percent) has been working for 10-19 years and earns approximately $90K annually.
When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck ($92K per year) can be spotted in Boston; New York ($91K), Minneapolis ($72K), and Philadelphia (about $71K) are the next top-paying cities. Approaching the lower end of the pay scale (at $61K) is Ann Arbor. Thomson Reuters workers in New York earn the most — around $89K annually on average.
Certifications and Degrees
Certified ITIL Leaders receive bigger paychecks (about $110K) than those without credentials. Acquiring certification to be a Project Management Professional is rewarded at $108K per year. At Thomson Reuters, employees who hold a Juris Doctor (JD), Law receive the highest salaries at approximately $150K.
The highest-paying skill in this position seems to be Java; individuals who report it as part of the repertoire have a median income of $84K. Project Management is a popular skill among Thomson Reuters workers, with nearly one-seventh of those surveyed reporting using it on the job. Many workers are also familiar with Microsoft Excel, C#, and SQL.
Benefits and Perks
38 percent receive paid vacation, and only one in three workers get sick leave. Thomson Reuters sponsors a 401(k) program, and nearly all workers use this option to save for their retirement. For a strong majority of workers, benefits include health insurance, and the greater part of workers get dental coverage, too. Thomson Reuters also dishes out privileges such as a casual working environment, life insurance, a subsidized cell phone, and flexible hours.