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Last chance to get a free copy of the IT Salary Survey - Janco Associates, Inc. Mid Year Salary Survey is in the last data collection stage.
If you have not already provided data to us, you can still qualify to receive a free copy of the study if you provide us with data for just one position or the full study if you provide us with data for at least ten job position. The only qualifications that we need to be able to validate the data provided.
Janco and eJobDescription.com has conducted salary surveys of the IT Job market since 1989. The data from this survey has been published in the Computer Industry Almanac, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, eWeek, and many other business and industry publications.
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Sample IT and Job market news from the IT Employment News Feed
- Payroll growth for May falls behind targets
- Majority of hiring managers are pessimistic
- Big data causes an increase in demand for some IT pros
- Security IT Pros are in short supply
- Unemployment rate for foreign-born workers falls Senate moves ahead with new H-1B bill
- Some say the IT job market is improving
- Software developer Wages Fall Two Percent as Workforce Expands
- Unemployment picture looking better but…
NOTE: the table below is updated automatically with the latest IT salaries when a new salary survey is published. That happens every January and June. The historical data is available.
Latest Median IT Salaries
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The compensation for IT professionals over the past several years has been dampened by H-1B visa program and the move to outsource processing from enterprise in the U.S. In some cases the H-1B visa holders displaced U.S. workers while remaining on shore. In other case, the processing and maintenance of IT business functions was moved off-shore. We are now seeing pressure to minimize both of these. This in turn will put pressure on IT salary levels. In addition, there are now more jobs available than IT professions that can fill them,
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Historic IT Job Market Growth Trend
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Data as of February 2023