The average salary for an application support engineer is roughly $50,000 to $70,000. To help determine the average salary for this position, we analyzed data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Salary for this job includes base salaries, commissions, tips, and overtime pay. The median base salary for an application support engineer is $57,360, and the top 10% of applicants earned an average compensation of $78,840.
When I first heard that application support engineers, which are computer programmers who work with people who have an intellectual disability, earned $72,000, I was very surprised. Because most people in the industry I’m aware of earn just a few thousand dollars per year, and the majority of people with intellectual disabilities who work in the IT world are usually computer programmers. I thought that it was very uncommon for an application support engineer to make that much.
Actually, the average salary for an application support engineer is around $40,000 a year. This is more than average for all of the software industry, with the average salary for software developers being $65,000 a year. Granted, this is the industry that makes the most money, but that doesn’t mean it is the most valued.
Software development is still in its infancy, although the industry in general has changed a lot since I started working in IT in the mid-nineties. With the advent of the Internet, the software industry has been able to move more quickly than ever. As a result, a lot of people in the software development industry are much better educated than ever, making them a lot more valuable. Software developers are also more well traveled and mobile, which makes them more valuable as well.
Software development is a long hard slog, with many days when you are not able to do work.
Software development is a long hard slog, with many days when you are not able to do work. I think that this is why many software engineers are less likely to move into management than they used to be. The best software engineers tend to be those with a real-life passion and focus. When you come to work every day, it’s hard to break away from what you’re doing.
It makes sense that software engineers would want a career that allows them to grow with the company they’re employed by. Their skills and knowledge benefit the company and make them indispensable. Software engineers are often hired into positions where the company is trying to find “the next next guy”. This typically means that the company is looking for a candidate that has no prior experience. A good software engineer who has had a handful of years of professional experience is an excellent candidate.
In the future, we might see a lot of companies hire people with one or two years of experience and then slowly move them up to more senior positions. In the meantime, these engineers will continue to contribute their skills and knowledge to the company and will be able to be on call for support. Not only that, but we’ll all work harder to make sure that the company has a great product to go on the market.
While it’s great that they’re contributing to the company, the best thing about engineers is that they can work anywhere. Whether you’re on call for support or just walking around at your desk all day, you’re never really stuck. That’s why we should be as grateful for these new engineers as we are for our more seasoned employees.
The best thing about engineers is that we can work anywhere and anytime. We don’t get to be stuck on our call at our desk, and while we can be in a meeting or a coffee break, we don’t get to be stuck in a meeting or a coffee break. The best part is that these engineers have the same amount of work to do as most of the other company employees.