# Median Employee Salary – SQL Solution

```--569 Median Employee Salary
--The Employee table holds all employees. The employee table has three columns: Employee Id, Company Name, and Salary.

+-----+------------+--------+
|Id   | Company    | Salary |
+-----+------------+--------+
|1    | A          | 2341   |
|2    | A          | 341    |
|3    | A          | 15     |
|4    | A          | 15314  |
|5    | A          | 451    |
|6    | A          | 513    |
|7    | B          | 15     |
|8    | B          | 13     |
|9    | B          | 1154   |
|10   | B          | 1345   |
|11   | B          | 1221   |
|12   | B          | 234    |
|13   | C          | 2345   |
|14   | C          | 2645   |
|15   | C          | 2645   |
|16   | C          | 2652   |
|17   | C          | 65     |
+-----+------------+--------+
--Write a SQL query to find the median salary of each company. Bonus points if you can solve it without using any built-in SQL functions.

+-----+------------+--------+
|Id   | Company    | Salary |
+-----+------------+--------+
|5    | A          | 451    |
|6    | A          | 513    |
|12   | B          | 234    |
|9    | B          | 1154   |
|14   | C          | 2645   |
+-----+------------+--------+

SELECT e1.Id, e1.Company, e1.Salary
FROM Employee e1, Employee e2
WHERE e1.Company = e2. Company
GROUP BY e1.Company, e1.Salary
HAVING SUM(CASE WHEN e1.Salary = e2.Salary THEN 1 ELSE 0 END)
>= ABS(SUM(SIGN(e1.Salary - e2.Salary)))
ORDER BY e1.Id
;```
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