2014 IT Salary Survey

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Find out which tech positions make the most and where 2015 information technology salary expectations stand in TechTarget’s IT Salary Survey for 2014.

According to the survey, leading the pack were network managers, database administrators and security managers, whose average total compensation increased 22%, 22% and 17% year-over-year respectively. That trumped the 8% increase in average total compensation (base salary plus bonuses) for senior IT executives — including CIOs, CTOs, executive vice presidents and directors of IT— and the 8.7% increase in total pay for CISOs. Business application directors raked in a respectable $148,097 in average total compensation in 2014, but that represented a 10% drop from 2013.

59% of the 1,200 IT professionals who took TechTarget’s 2014 IT Salary and Careers Survey had increased total compensation in 2014, 49% received a raise and 36% received a bonus. Nearly half expect a raise, and 20% a bonus, in 2015.

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