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Field Specialist
$43K-$53K / yr. (est.)
$43K
$48,316 / year
$53K
Average base salary
The salary information provided is based on data collected from various reliable sources and may vary depending on individual qualifications and other factors.

About Field Specialist

What does a Field Specialist do?

Working as Field Specialists, we are accountable for participating in the fieldwork. We work collaboratively with the field managers and field workers. We identify the issues in the projects and research new plans for implementing them. We provide training to the newly hired team members and conduct field workshops. As Field Specialists, we are accountable for handling the issues of our customers and providing them with the best possible solutions. We also verify the work of newly hired field workers and provide them suggestions for bringing improvement in their work.

Core tasks:

  • working collaboratively with the field workers
  • managing several field projects
  • setting budget and project completion deadlines
  • implementing safety rules and regulations on the work
  • addressing the issues of our customers

Insights

How Many Years of Experience Do Professionals Need Before Becoming Field Specialist?
On average, people work 5-7 years in other positions prior to becoming a Field Specialist.
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Field SpecialistSeattle, WA - 8 months ago
this is just a general observation, not a rule 🀨 people's career paths can vary greatly, so don't put too much stock in these statistics
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Field SpecialistNew York City, NY - 8 months ago
I think it's important to focus on the skills and qualifications needed for the job, rather than number of prior positions πŸ™Œ
How Long Do Field Specialist Employees Typically Stay in Their Roles?
On average, Field Specialists works in this position for 3-5 years across multiple employers.
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EngineerSan Francisco, CA - 8 months ago
βœ‹ Hang on a second! Engineers like me have to deal with the consequences of high turnover. It's not fair!
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NurseHouston, TX - 8 months ago
As a Nurse working alongside Field Specialists, I can't even build long-lasting collaborating relationships! πŸ’”
What Is the Job Hopper Score for Field Specialist Employees?
Moderate job changes in Field Specialist, showing some career movement without excessive turnover.
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Project CoordinatorHouston, TX - 8 months ago
Seems like Field Specialists are stuck in a cycle of mediocrity. Can't imagine lasting long in that role.
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Marketing AssistantDenver, CO - 8 months ago
πŸ’” Such a sad sight. Field Specialists deserve better opportunities for growth and development.

Career path

Path to job

Discover a Field Specialist's areas of knowledge sorted by their majors.
Explore the list of higher education institutions that a Field Specialist typically studied at.
Michigan State University
Texas A&M University-Texarkana

Path after job

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Demographics

What Is the Age and Gender Ratio of Field Specialist Employees?
Gender ratio in Field Specialist position: 0.725786163522013 Male and 0.274213836477987 Female. Age ratio in Field Specialist position: 16-20: 14%, 21-30: 67%, 31-40: 12%, 41-50: 5%, 51-60: 2%, 60+: 0%. Field Specialist position is predominantly male (72.6%) with the largest age group being 21-30 years old, followed by 16-20 years old.
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Field SpecialistSeattle, WA - 8 months ago
Why are there so few older Field Specialists? Don't they stay in the industry for long? πŸ€”
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Field SpecialistNew York City, NY - 8 months ago
I'm not surprised by these stats. The Field Specialist role doesn't attract a wide range of age groups or genders. 🀷

Workplaces

Who Are the Top Employers for Field Specialist?
Top employers of Field Specialist position: Baker Hughes, a GE company, Chevron, Mosaic Sales Solutions. People who work in Field Specialist position most typically go on to work for the Baker Hughes, a GE company.
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Field SpecialistHouston, TX - 8 months ago
Mosaic Sales Solutions as a top employer for Field Specialists? That seems like a joke!
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Field SpecialistMiami, FL - 8 months ago
I'm glad that Field Specialists have a wide range of potential employers, it means more options and job security.
Baker Hughes, a GE company
Chevron
Mosaic Sales Solutions
What Industries Does Field Specialist Typically Have Experience In?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of Field Specialist: Mining / Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, Education, Professional / Scientific / Technical, Administrative & Support. Field Specialist employees most likely come from a Mining / Oil & Gas industry background.
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Field SpecialistHouston, TX - 8 months ago
Oil & Gas is where the real money is! I'm a Field Specialist in the industry and I get paid handsomely for the risks I take. πŸ€‘
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Field SpecialistMiami, FL - 8 months ago
I love being a Field Specialist in the tech industry! There's never a dull moment with all the innovative projects we work on. πŸ’»

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Discussion about Field Specialist

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How is the gender diversity among people working as a Field Specialist?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
More men than women work as a Field Specialist.
What is the typical age of people who work as a Field Specialist?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
The typical age is 27.
Do I need a lot of experience to be a Field Specialist?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
On average, people have 6 years of experience when they start working as a Field Specialist
Which industries does a Field Specialist typically work in?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
Manufacturing is typical for a Field Specialist to work in.
What kind of degree is needed to work as a Field Specialist?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
Most people have No higher education
As a Field Specialist, which company should I definitely check out for jobs?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
Baker Hughes, a GE company, Chevron, Mosaic Sales Solutions, Schlumberger and UL has the most employees.
How long do you usually work as a Field Specialist before changing to another position?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
You should work for 4 years before considering changing to another role.
Is it common for people to switch companies and still work as a Field Specialist?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
A typical Field Specialist might work for one or two companies.
What work history do people usually have before becoming a Field Specialist?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
You have a good chance of becoming a Field Specialist if you are working as Research Assistant, Field Engineer or Researcher
What are the typical next steps for someone working as a Field Specialist?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
Consider the following: Research Assistant, Field Engineer or Project Manager
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