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Unfortunately, the salary numbers below show that the gender gap in pay levels that runs throughout the working world also exists in IT.

If there’s a silver lining, it’s that the salary inequality in IT is far less than that of other industries. Melland notes that recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor shows that, across all industries, men make about 19% more than women. In contrast, the numbers from the tech industry look less onerous.

Percent Women Earn Less Than Men by IT Industry, 2006

Medical/Pharmaceutical: -11.5%

Telecommunications: -10.0%

Computer Software: -9.8%

Bank/Financial/Insurance: -9.5%

Government/Defense: -8.4%

Retail/E-Commerce: -8.3%

Manufacturing: -8.0%

Internet Services: -7.5%

Computer Hardware: -7.1%

(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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