Developer Salary Levels, 2004-2009

For developer salaries, the last five years have brought good news and not so good news.
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ALSO SEE: IT Salary Levels, 2004-2009

AND: The 2009 IT Salary Guide

For developer salaries, the last five years have brought good news and not so good news.

The not so good news is that developer salaries have not trended straight up. There’s been some bouncing around – some job titles haven’t fared spectacularly well, with some developers’ pay largely flat.

On the good news front, developer salary levels – based on data from Janco Associates – demonstrate that creating code remains a lucrative profession. Compared with many jobs across the working world, skilled developers bring home a nice slice of bacon.

Bottom line: Even with threats from recession and outsourcing, being a developer is still a good way to earn a living.

So take a break from cranking code and peruse developer salary levels between 2004 and 2009:

Object Visual Programmer: Salary

Large Company IT Salary:

2004: $81,549
2005: $80,969
2006: $75,347
2007: $77,854
2008: $76,370
2009: $77,304

Mid-sized Company IT Salary:

2004: $63,467
2005: $64,668
2006: $66,446
2007: $71,563
2008: $70,222
2009: $51,860

Programmer/Analyst: Salary

Large Company IT Salary:

2004: $72,145
2005: $74,876
2006: $74,772
2007: $74,019
2008: $73,799
2009: $74,760

Mid-Sized Company IT Salary:

2004: $74,441
2005: $73,457
2006: $72,953
2007: $70,331
2008: $69,926
2009: $69,178

Software Engineer: Salary

Large Company IT Salary:

2004: $90,887
2005: $89,220
2006: $86,869
2007: $85,355
2008: $84,967
2009: $81,649

Mid-sized Company IT Salary:

2004: $79,292
2005: $77,714
2006: $76,572
2007: $78,334
2008: $79,632
2009: $81,253

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