- In August 2020, Salesforce set a goal of creating more than 12,000 new jobs by 2021.
- The software company currently has more than 4,400 open positions on its website, and many are paying six figures.
- Insider compiled salary data for HB-1 visas to see how much you could earn.
Salesforce is on a hiring wave.
In August 2020, CEO Marc Benioff said the company was plans to add more than 12,000 new jobs in 2021, many falling into the hybrid work model adopted during the pandemic. This has opened up new talent pools for the company and new opportunities for ambitious professionals.
The San Francisco-based software publisher also enjoys an excellent reputation as an employer, ranking among the Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work since 2016. The company currently has more than 4,400 open roles on its website, and 1,900 are located across the United States.
While Salesforce does not publicly share payroll information, Insider has matched the salary of employees with the same job titles as listed on the careers page, using data disclosed by the federal government on visa holders. Salesforce H-1B 2021.
Although these salaries are based only on foreign workers employed in the United States, the data can still provide information to job seekers looking to earn a competitive salary. (To find more roles or companies, explore Insider’s salary database.)
Below are the five job categories with the most openings at Salesforce, the roles that fall into those categories, and how much job seekers should expect to earn if they get a position.