IT Salary Report: How Do You Stack Up?: Page 2

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Not surprisingly, the IT professionals who command the top salaries are those possessing complex skills sets that require long experience to truly master. Hence, those experts who understand the labyrinthine intricacies of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance (SOX), or the big-picture challenges of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), can expect to be well compensated.

In addition to the skills listed below, Dice reports that some of the most consistently sought-after skills are Oracle (average salary: $85,049) and Java/J2EE (average salary: $82,851).

Average Salary by Technology Skill Set, 2006

ERP: $96,161

Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX): $91,998

CRM: $90,499

SOAP: $89,243

Solaris: $87,476

Business Analyst: $77,158

AIX: $87,309

SAP: $86,149

Microsoft Project: $85,870

Siebel: $85,861

Sybase: $85,049

(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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