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IT Salary Report: How Do You Stack Up?: Page 4

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Once again, the banking, financial services and insurance industries offered the best compensation packages to IT professionals – and also saw a healthy year-over-year pay hike. But notice that e-commerce, while the lowest on the list, enjoyed a dramatic percentage gain.

IT Salary by Industry, 2005 - 2006

U.S. Average: 2005: $69,700 // 2006: $73,308

Bank/Financial/Insurance: 2005: $76,092 // 2006: $82,504

Telecommunications: 2005: $72,430 // 2006: $78,003

Computer Software: 2005: $74,730 // 2006: $77,582

Government/Defense: 2005: $69,078 // 2006: $75,086

Medical/Pharmaceutical: 2005: $71,714 // 2006: $72,717

Manufacturing: 2005: $66,732 // 2006: $71,878

Internet Services: 2005: $65,426 // 2006: $71,854

Computer Hardware: 2005: $66,462 // 2006: $69,987

Retail/E-Commerce: 2005: $55,909 // 2006: $63,830

(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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