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# SQL Subquery Exercises: Display the employee id, employee name for all employees who earn more than the average salary

## SQL SUBQUERY: Exercise-4 with Solution

From the following table, write a SQL query to find those employees who earn more than the average salary. Return employee ID, first name, last name.

Sample table: employees

Sample Solution:

``````SELECT employee_id, first_name,last_name
FROM employees
WHERE salary >
( SELECT AVG(salary)
FROM employees
);
``````

Sample Output:

```employee_id	first_name	last_name
100		Steven		King
101		Neena		Kochhar
102		Lex		De Haan
103		Alexander	Hunold
108		Nancy		Greenberg
109		Daniel		Faviet
110		John		Chen
111		Ismael		Sciarra
112		Jose 		Manuel	Urman
113		Luis		Popp
114		Den		Raphaely
120		Matthew		Weiss
122		Payam		Kaufling
123		Shanta		Vollman
145		John		Russell
146		Karen		Partners
147		Alberto		Errazuriz
148		Gerald		Cambrault
149		Eleni		Zlotkey
150		Peter		Tucker
151		David		Bernstein
152		Peter		Hall
153		Christopher	Olsen
154		Nanette		Cambrault
155		Oliver		Tuvault
156		Janette		King
157		Patrick		Sully
158		Allan		McEwen
159		Lindsey		Smith
160		Louise		Doran
161		Sarath		Sewall
162		Clara		Vishney
163		Danielle	Greene
164		Mattea		Marvins
165		David		Lee
168		Lisa		Ozer
169		Harrison	Bloom
170		Tayler		Fox
171		William		Smith
172		Elizabeth	Bates
174		Ellen		Abel
175		Alyssa		Hutton
176		Jonathon	Taylor
177		Jack		Livingston
178		Kimberely	Grant
201		Michael		Hartstein
203		Susan		Mavris
204		Hermann		Baer
205		Shelley		Higgins
206		William		Gietz
```

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