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Membership update: Leverage Salary Survey data to advance career opportunities

In 2016, salaries of those in the $70,000–$79,999 range rose by just 2%, as did those earning $80,000–$89,999 (which grew from 15% to 17%). Those earning less than $69,999 remained the same at about 26%, and the number of those earning $59,999 or less increased by a little over 2%. But as professionals gain experience in the CDI role, earn related credentials such as the Certified Clinical Documentation Specialist (CCDS), and obtain degrees in focused, higher-level education such as masters and doctorate degrees salary ranges tend to rise, according to the 2016 CDI Salary Survey.

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