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One of the key trends seen in the salary report is the growth of the West Coast tech market. “What we’ve seen over the last couple years is the resurgence of Silicon Valley, and the resurgence of San Diego and Seattle and that whole part of the U.S.,” Melland says. “So now it’s reflecting in salaries.”

IT Salary by Metro Area, 2005 - 2006

Silicon Valley: 2005: $85,430 // 2006: $90,310

Boston: 2005: $79,211 // 2006: $80,308

New York: 2005: $76,382 // 2006: $80,006

Baltimore/Washington D.C.: 2005: $75,593 // 2006: $79,911

Seattle: 2005: $73,105 // 2006: $79,787

Los Angeles: 2005: $73,911 // 2006: $79,583

San Diego: 2005: $72,163 // 2006: $79,416

Denver: 2005: $74,823 // 2006: $77,317

Sacramento: 2005: $72,355 // 2006: $75,197

Chicago: 2005: $71,496 // 2006: $75,154

Phoenix: 2005: $70,023 // 2006: $74,976

Dallas/Ft. Worth: 2005: $71,494 // 2006: $74,656

Philadelphia: 2005: $71,881 // 2006: $72,786

(Salary data courtesy of Dice.)

View IT salary figures for the following categories:

Salary by IT specialty: CRM, Java, ERP, etc.

Salary by region, from Silicon Valley to New York

Salary by industry, from banking to telecom to e-commerce

Salary by years of experience

Salary by level of satisfaction

The male-female salary gender gap


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