Help with COUNTIF formula for between statement.
I am trying to show a count for how many values fall between >=100 and <150. But it is counting those in the column that fall into both categories duplicating the number. Here is my current formula: =COUNTIFS({SMARTRECRUITER, DEG Range 1}, <150, {SMARTRECRUITER, DEG Range 1}, <=100)
Then the next row would be:
=COUNTIFS({SMARTRECRUITER, DEG Range 1}, <99, {SMARTRECRUITER, DEG Range 1}, <=75)
I tried adding AND but it says #UNPARSEABLE
=COUNTIFS({SMARTRECRUITER, DEG Range 1}, <99 AND( {SMARTRECRUITER, DEG Range 1}, <=75)
Answers

A COUNTIFS essentially has a silent "and" as the comma, so you don't need to include this in.
It looks like you just have the > symbol the wrong way around in your first formula.
Try this:
=COUNTIFS({SMARTRECRUITER, DEG Range 1}, <150, {SMARTRECRUITER, DEG Range 1}, >=100)
And again for your second one, make sure your "greater than" symbol is the right way around:
=COUNTIFS({SMARTRECRUITER, DEG Range 1}, <99, {SMARTRECRUITER, DEG Range 1}, >=75)
Cheers!
Genevieve

Thank you so much! Some days you just need someone else to look at it. I kept staring at trying to figure out what I did wrong lol.

No problem at all! 🙂
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