I think it would help to compare salaries by knowing where you live. For example in my state, coders in the metro areas are making more than coders in the rural areas. The cost of living (housing, etc.) in the metro area is higher than where I am living. I am sure that the cost of living is taken into account. I don't think I am making as much as someone in California or someone on the East Coast as the cost of living would be higher there than in the Midwest where I am.
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