Starting Salary

⌀ 52.762 €

As a **Mathematician**, one earns an average of **53.690€** per year in Germany. This corresponds to a gross monthly salary of **4.474€**. The **salary** as a **Mathematician** ranges between **50.276€** and **64.760€**.

Nationwide, there are

38 Mathematician jobs on jobvector.de.**Average Salary**

To give you a realistic assessment of your potential income, we use the 25th and 75th percentiles of our salary data for salary values (min, max). This improves the quality of our salary information by excluding distorting (extremely high and low) salaries.

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Demand in the job market for positions as **Mathematician** is currently high, and many companies are looking for suitable professionals. Among the employers currently seeking applicants as **Mathematician** are:

The **starting salary** as a **Mathematician** is on average **52.762 €** gross per year. This corresponds to a monthly salary of **4.397 €** gross.

Your chances of a higher salary increase with your work experience, as you can often take on more responsibility.

As a **Mathematician** with several years of **work experience**, your average salary is **63.690 €** gross per year.

Starting Salary

⌀ 52.762 €

With

Experience

⌀ 63.690 €

As a **Mathematician**, you have numerous **specialization opportunities** and related professions, such as

for which you could also be qualified with your knowledge.

Ø Gehalt | Jobs | |
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Business mathematician | 62,119€ | Current jobs |

data scientist | 55,420€ | Current jobs |

Mathematics | 52,762€ | Current jobs |

Physicist | 52,762€ | Current jobs |

Computer scientist | 52,762€ | Current jobs |

Statistician | 58,080€ | Current jobs |

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Specialist vs. Manager

Are you aiming for a **career as a manager** or do you prefer to specialize as a **specialist**? The salary for specialists and managers in the field of **Mathematician** can serve as your first decision-making aid in choosing your career path.

Taking on personnel responsibility as a manager pays off in the field of **Mathematician**. While your salary as a **specialist** averages **54.681€**, as a **manager** you can earn up to **63.215€**.

Specialist

ø 54.681 €Manager

ø 63.215 €by City

Where do you earn the most as a **Mathematician**? Currently, you earn the most as a **Mathematician** in **Aschaffenburg** with an average salary of **76.751€** per year.

In general, the salary as a Mathematician is usually higher in large cities than in small towns. Large cities and metropolises often offer higher salaries, although the cost of living is also higher.

In which city you can earn particularly high salaries as a Mathematician, you will find out in this table:

by Federal State

In which region do you earn the most as a **Mathematician**? Currently, you earn the most as a **Mathematician** in **Rhineland-Palatinate** with an average salary of **63.195€** per year.

In Germany, there are still sometimes differences in salaries between western and eastern federal states.

We provide you with an overview of the salaries you can expect as a Mathematician in different federal states.

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Saxony | 52,762€ | 52,207 € - 57,663€ |

Bavaria | 61,094€ | 50,321 € - 67,854€ |

Hesse | 57,242€ | 52,257 € - 64,864€ |

Lower Saxony | 52,932€ | 52,668 € - 69,300€ |

North Rhine-Westphalia | 52,228€ | 46,785 € - 59,165€ |

Rhineland-Palatinate | 63,195€ | 57,796 € - 66,165€ |

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There are several **career factors** that influence your **salary** as a **Mathematician**. Average salary tends to increase with the size of the company you work for. In large corporations, salaries are often higher compared to start-ups and small companies. However, in smaller companies, you may have the opportunity to advance more quickly on the **career ladder**.

One of the key **factors affecting your salary** as a **Mathematician** is your work experience. With each year on the job, you gain valuable knowledge and experience that become increasingly better compensated over time. In just a few years, you transition from a **beginner** to a **young professional**. After more than 10 years of experience, you can then be considered a **professional**. With increasing experience, you also have the opportunity to move into positions with personnel responsibility. A position with **personnel responsibility** is generally paid significantly better, and there are further factors influencing your salary here as well. For example, a department head with personnel responsibility for over 20 employees earns more than a group leader responsible for 5 employees.

Your **educational qualification**, the **city**, and the **federal state** where you work are also factors that influence your salary.

At jobvector, we attach great importance to always providing you with up-to-date and accurate salary information. Income as an Mathematician has changed significantly over the last few years due to factors such as rising wage levels, inflation, new legal regulations, bonus payments and tax adjustments. It is therefore particularly important to us to present up-to-date data that gives you as an applicant a good and realistic basis for the next salary negotiation.

The salary information on jobvector is consistently kept up to date and is never more than three years old. This timeliness guarantees you a precise and clearly structured overview of salary structures as an Mathematician, and effectively supports you in preparing for your salary negotiations.

The salary information presented here is based on salary data provided by employers in job postings as well as surveys of over 10,000 professionals in the STEM field conducted by jobvector.

These professionals bring a wealth of experience and expertise from various companies and positions, making the data a comprehensive and meaningful source for average values.

It is important to emphasize that these salary figures represent averages and cannot be directly attributed to individual job postings. However, they provide valuable guidance and insights into salary structures in the STEM field for both job seekers and employers.