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Are You Making What You're Worth? A Guide To IT Compensation

Though IT salaries are relatively flat since last year, the number of employees receiving raises and bonuses is up significantly. Security, systems integration and IT consulting are the most lucrative areas within the industry.

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1. Salaries Are Increasing, But Only Slowly

The 11,000 North American respondents to the Global Knowledge survey indicated that their base salaries had risen 1.1 percent in 2015, to $89,891. This slow growth is consistent with the employment market at large, according to Global Knowledge.

Business professional salaries fared the best over the past year, climbing 7 percent, to $101,790. But IT professionals saw their salaries rise only 1 percent, to $88,335, with one-fourth of IT respondents making less than $70,000 annually.

The median salary for technical respondents actually fell 0.6 percent, to $85,000. Salary fluctuations stem from economic factors, changes in overall workforce structure and the composition of the respondent base, Global Knowledge said.

 
 
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