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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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2. Raises Aplenty In 2015

Three-fourths of respondents reported receiving a raise in 2015, up from 70 percent in 2014. This is the strongest figure since 2011, when 80 percent said they received a raise.

Those who received a raise attributed it to their job performance, standard company increases, internal promotions, taking on new responsibilities or developing new skills.

The average raise size for those who responded affirmatively was 5 percent, which is consistent with responses from 2012 to 2014.

Five percent of respondents actually reported a decline in salary, which is consistent with data from 2013 and 2014. The primary reason for salary declines were a change in employers, with the new position having a lower base salary.

 
 
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