IT Salary 2017: Lead Applications Developer: Page 5

IT salary increases in 2017 indicate that IT professionals are in high demand – pushing IT salaries steadily higher.
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Lead Applications Developer

2017 average salary range: $115,000 – $167,000.

• The 2017 salary range is an increase of 3.9% over this job’s 2015 range, which was $110,750 – $160,750.

• The 2016 salary range was an increase of 6.7% over this job’s 2015 range, which was $106,250 – $148,250.

• The 2015 salary range was an increase of 7.2% over this job’s 2014 range, which was $99,750 – $137,750.

• The 2014 salary range was an increase of 6% over this job’s 2013 range, which was $94,000 – $130,000.

• The 2013 salary range was an increase of 5.3% over this job’s 2012 range, which was $89,250 – $123,500.

• The 2012 salary range was an increase of 5.1% over this job’s 2011 range, which was $85,000 – $117,500.

• The 2011 salary range was an increase of 4.7% over this job’s 2010 range, which was $81,500 – $112,000.

• The 2011 salary range was an increase of 4.7% over this job’s 2010 range, which was $81,500 – $112,000.

• The 2010 salary range was a decrease of 1.4% under this job’s 2009 range, which was $83,250 – $113,000.

• The 2009 salary range was an increase of 4.2% over this job’s 2008 salary range, which was $80,250 – $108,000.

Add a salary increase for the following skills:

Add a salary increase for the following skills:

• Add 3% for AJAX development skills

• Add 5% for Business Object skills

• Add 7% for C# development skills

• Add 4% for C++ development skills

• Add 5% for Hyperion skills

• Add 8% for Java/Java EE development skills

• Add 7% for LAMP skills

• Add 7% for .NET development skills

• Add 7% for PHP development skills

• Add 5% for SAP development skills

• Add 8% for Sharepoint skills

Chief Technology Officer // Information Technology Manager // Developer/Programmer Analyst // Lead Applications Developer // Software Engineer // Mobile Applications Developer // Systems Administrator // Database Manager // Web Developer // Network Engineer // Project Manager/Senior Consultant // Systems Security Administrator // Help Desk Manager

Note: The IT salary numbers listed above are national averages.

Be aware that IT salary levels can vary widely based on location.

Here’s how 2017 IT salaries in major metropolitan areas compare to the national average:

• Atlanta: 3% higher (down from 6.5% in 2016)

• Boston: 33% higher (no change from 2016)

• Chicago: 23% higher (no change from 2016)

• Dallas: 9% higher (up from 8.5% higher in 2016)

• Irvine: 28% higher (no change from 2016)

• Los Angeles: 30% higher (up from 29% higher in 2016)

• Miami/Fort Lauderdale: 7% higher (no change from 2016)

• New York, NY: 40.5% higher (up from 40% in 2016)

• Philadelphia: 15% higher (no change from 2016)

• San Diego: 25% higher (up from 23% in 2016)

• San Francisco: 40% higher (up from 38% in 2016)

• San Jose: 37% higher (up from 35% in 2016)

• Seattle: 20% higher (up from 18.9% in 2016)

• Stamford: 31% higher (no change from 2016)

• Washington, DC: 33% higher (no change from 2016)

Salary data courtesy of Robert Half Technology. Request a copy of the complete Robert Half Salary Guide, which includes salary ranges for more than 60 different IT job titles in the U.S. and Canada.


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