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  • IT Salary Report 2022 - IT Salary Report 2022

    IT Salary Report 2022

    The report is based on our annual survey of representative IT organizations on median salaries and bonuses paid to their IT professionals for positions under study along with other sources of pay data and the US Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) compensation data. The study also includes job definitions for each position covered.

    December, 2021

  • ITsalary2021 - IT Salary Report 2021

    IT Salary Report 2021

    Our IT Salary Report 2021 provides total compensation for 80 IT job functions for more than 400 U.S. metro areas and 20 industry sectors. The executive summary also provides our forecast for pay raises and hiring in 2021 and includes job descriptions for each job function. The salary tables are provided as a downloadable Microsoft Excel workbook, with total salaries reported at the 10th, 25th, 50th (median), 75th, and 90th percentiles. (36 pp., 7 figs., plus salary tables)

    December, 2020

  • ITsalaryReport2020 - IT Salary Report 2020

    IT Salary Report 2020

    Our IT Salary Report 2020 provides total compensation for 77 IT job functions for more than 400 U.S. metro areas and 20 industry sectors. The executive summary also provides our forecast for pay raises and hiring in 2020 and includes job descriptions for each job function. The salary tables are provided as a downloadable Microsoft Excel workbook, with total salaries reported at the 10th, 25th, 50th (median), 75th, and 90th percentiles. (37 pp., 8 figs., plus salary tables)

    December, 2019

  • IT Salaries - IT Salary Report 2019

    IT Salary Report 2019

    The Computer Economics IT Salary Report 2019 provides total compensation for 75 IT job functions for more than 400 U.S. metro areas and 20 industry sectors. The executive summary also provides our forecast for pay raises and hiring in 2019 and includes job descriptions for each job function. The salary tables are provided as a downloadable Microsoft Excel workbook, with total salaries reported at the 10th, 25th, 50th (median), 75th, and 90th percentiles. (35 pp., 8 figs., plus salary tables) [Research Byte] [Full Description and Free Executive Summary]

    December, 2018

  • IT Salaries - IT Salary Report 2018

    IT Salary Report 2018

    The Computer Economics IT Salary Report 2018 provides total compensation for 75 IT job functions for more than 400 U.S. metro areas and 20 industry sectors. The executive summary also provides our forecast for pay raises and hiring in 2018 and includes job descriptions for each job function. The salary tables are provided as a downloadable Microsoft Excel workbook, with total salaries reported at the 10th, 25th, 50th (median), 75th, and 90th percentiles. (33 pp., 7 figs., plus salary tables) [Research Byte] [Full Description and Free Executive Summary]

    January, 2018

  • IT Salaries - 2017 IT Salary Report

    2017 IT Salary Report

    The Computer Economics 2017 IT Salary Report provides total compensation for 69 IT job functions for more than 400 U.S. metro areas and 20 industry sectors. The executive summary also provides our forecast for pay raises and hiring in 2017 and includes job descriptions for each job function. The salary tables are provided as a downloadable Microsoft Excel workbook, with total salaries reported at the 10th, 25th, 50th (median), 75th, and 90th percentiles. (28 pp., 5 figs., plus salary tables) [Research Byte] [Full Description and Free Executive Summary]

    December, 2016

  • IT Salaries - 2016 IT Salary Report

    2016 IT Salary Report

    The Computer Economics 2016 IT Salary Report provides total compensation (base pay plus incentive pay) for 69 specific IT job functions for more than 400 U.S. metro areas and 20 industry sectors. The executive summary also provides our forecast for pay raises and hiring in 2016 and includes job descriptions for each job function in this study. The salary tables are provided as a downloadable Microsoft Excel workbook, with total salaries reported at the 10th, 25th, 50th (median), 75th, and 90th percentiles. (28 pp., 5 figs., plus salary tables) [Full Description and Free Executive Summary]

    December, 2015

  • IT Salaries - 2015 IT Salary Report

    2015 IT Salary Report

    The Computer Economics 2015 IT Salary Report provides total compensation (base pay plus incentive pay) for 69 specific IT job functions for more than 400 U.S. metro areas. The executive summary also provides our forecast for pay raises and hiring in 2015 and includes job descriptions for each job function in this study. The salary tables are provided as a downloadable Microsoft Excel workbook, with total salaries reported at the 10th, 25th, 50th (median), 75th, and 90th percentiles. (28 pp., 5 figs., plus salary tables) [Full Description and Free Executive Summary]

    December, 2014

  • IT Salaries - 2014 IT Salary Report

    2014 IT Salary Report

    The Computer Economics 2014 IT Salary Report provides total compensation (base pay plus incentive pay) for 69 specific IT job functions for more than 400 U.S. metro areas. The executive summary also provides our forecast for pay raises and hiring in 2014 and includes job descriptions for each job function in this study. The salary tables are provided as a downloadable Microsoft Excel workbook, with total salaries reported at the 10th, 25th, 50th (median), 75th, and 90th percentiles. (28 pp., 5 figs., plus salary tables) [Full Description and Free Executive Summary]

    November, 2013

  • IT Salaries - 2013 IT Salary Report

    2013 IT Salary Report

    The Computer Economics 2013 IT Salary Report provides total compensation (base pay plus incentive pay) for 69 specific IT job functions for more than 400 U.S. metro areas. The executive summary also provides our forecast for pay raises and hiring in 2013 and includes job descriptions for each job function in this study. The salary tables are provided as a downloadable Microsoft Excel workbook, with total salaries reported at the 10th, 25th, 50th (median), 75th, and 90th percentiles. (30 pp., 7 figs., plus salary tables)  [Full Description and Free Executive Summary]

    January, 2013

  • IT Salaries - 2012 IT Salary Report

    2012 IT Salary Report

    The Computer Economics 2012 IT Salary Report provides total compensation (base pay plus incentive pay) for 65 specific IT job functions for 20 industry sectors and more than 400 U.S. metro areas. The introductory chapter provides our forecast for pay raises, turnover, and hiring in 2012 based on historical trends and economic conditions. It also provides the pay-relatives by industry sector, guidelines for calculating benefits and employer costs for private sector and government organizations, and incentive pay as percentages of total compensation for manager and staff positions. It concludes with job descriptions for each job function in this study. The salary tables are provided as a downloadable Microsoft Excel workbook, with total salaries reported at the 10th, 25th, 50th (median), 75th, and 90th percentiles. (30 pp., 7 figs., plus a 30,000+ row multi-tab Excel workbook)  [Full Description and Free Executive Summary]

    January, 2012

  • IT Salaries - 2011 IT Salary Report

    2011 IT Salary Report

    The Computer Economics 2011 IT Salary Report provides base salaries plus bonus pay for 65 specific IT job positions in up to 397 U.S. metropolitan areas, which IT managers can use to determine appropriate compensation in their geographic area. Compensation levels are provided at the 25th percentile, median, and 75th percentile. The salary tables are offered in a searchable Excel workbook. The first chapter, the executive summary, highlights staffing, salary, and pay-raise trends for 2011 by function and assesses the impact of current economic conditions on turnover rates and training budgets. It also has job descriptions for the job functions in this study. (29 pp., 7 figs., plus 20,000+ row Excel workbook) [Full Description and Free Executive Summary]

    January, 2011

  • IT Salaries - 2010 IT Salary Report

    2010 IT Salary Report

    The Computer Economics 2010 IT Salary Report provides total compensation ranges for 70 specific IT job positions in 73 U.S. metropolitan areas, which IT managers can use to determine appropriate compensation for similar-sized organizations in their geographic area. Compensation levels are provided for small organizations (with less than $350 million in annual revenue) and for midsize/large organizations (greater than $350 million in annual revenue) at the 25th percentile, median, and 75th percentile. The introductory chapter also includes an analysis of the impact of current economic conditions on IT pay raises by major job category, IT staffing levels, turnover rates, training budgets, and incentive pay. (159 pp., 76 figs.) [Full Description of This Report] [Research Byte]

    February, 2010

  • IT Salaries - 2009 IT Salary Report

    2009 IT Salary Report

    The Computer Economics 2009 IT Salary Report provides current salary ranges for 70 specific IT job positions in 73 U.S. metropolitan areas. Salary ranges are further broken down by organizational size for each job position within each metropolitan area. (Small organizations are those with annual revenues less than $350 million and fewer than 50 IT staff members. Midsize/large are those with least $350 million in revenue and 50 IT staff members). To provide typical salary ranges, all salary data is provided at the 25th percentile, median, and 75th percentile. (157 pp., 76 figs.)[Full Description of This Report][Executive Summary]

    February, 2009

  • IT Salaries - Pay for Performance: Popularity and Impact of Incentive Pay in the IT Workforce 2008

    Pay for Performance: Popularity and Impact of Incentive Pay in the IT Workforce 2008

    The incentive pay debate is intense and has strong advocates on both sides. In this study, we analyze the current trend within the IT industry based on a Computer Economics survey conducted during the first half of 2008. We provide data on the percentage of employees receiving incentive pay by job level, the percentage of compensation comprising incentive pay, the percentage of incentive bonuses based on individual, group, and company performance, and the impact of incentive pay on employee turnover rates. Our study concludes with recommendations for implementing effective programs and mitigating some of the unintended consequences of paying for performance. (5 pp., 6 figs.) [Executive Summary]

    October, 2008