The report was based on data from a survey of 201 digital marketers who work in the United States.
More than half (58%) of respondents say a bachelor's degree is the highest level of education they have obtained, and 16% say a master's degree is the highest level of education they have obtained.
Also, 9% attended college but didn't graduate, 4% have a doctorate or an MBA, and 4% have a professional degree.
Among digital marketers who earn between $100,000 and $150,000, 42% have a bachelor's degree and 25% have a master's degree.
Some 43% of digital marketers who earn more than $150,000 have a bachelor's degree, 23% have a master's degree, and 27% have an MBA or a doctorate.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey of 201 digital marketers who work in the United States.
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