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March 03, 2011
IT Staff Salaries Expected to Rise in 2011

Nearly 60 percent of companies expect to increase IT staff salaries in 2011, according to a recent survey. The survey also reported on expected IT needs over the next 6 months.

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Among IT staff, the highest salary increases are expected to be for Project Manager, Security Managers, Database Administrators, and Enterprise Architects.

The report, published by TEKsystems, suggests a correlation between higher pay and an increase in IT project needs over the next six months:

IT needs
% expecting increase over next 6 months
IT project needs
Permanent IT hiring needs
Temporary IT hiring needs
IT education/ training services

The survey also reported on the need to fill skill gaps in 2011. The majority of IT directors and executives plan to train existing staff or outsource projects in order to fill gaps. However, 47 percent plan to hire full time staff when it comes to Software as a Service (SaaS).

TEKsystems partnered with the Inavero Institute to conduct this quarterly survey, collecting responses from more than 1,000 IT leaders in the U.S. and Canada. The entire report, IT Executive Outlook Survey (First Quarter 2011), is available online.



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