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Datamation/Dice IT salary tracker

Datamation/Dice IT salary tracker
Find out if you’re being paid what you’re worth.
June 1999

COBOL professionals

It still pays to know COBOL

COBOL professionals in New York, Los Angeles, and Dallas command the highest annual salaries.

Average employee salary

Source: Datamation/Dice IT salary tracker / April 1999

COBOL contractors are still in demand

COBOL professionals in New York, Philadelphia, and California command the highest hourly rates.

Average hourly rate

Source: Datamation/Dice IT salary tracker / April 1999

Compare salaries: C++ and COBOL profesionals, and DBAs

Are you being paid what you’re worth? Compare the demand for DBAs, C++ and COBOL professionals and find out what these different IT jobs pay around the country.

Who’s in demand?

From New York City to Seattle, hands down, database administrators (DBAs) beat C++ and COBOL professionals for market demand.

Available jobs

Source: Datamation/Dice IT salary tracker / April 1999

Which job pays the best?

Overall, database administrators (DBAs) beat both C++ and COBOL professionals in salary rates across the country.

Average annual salaries

Source: Datamation/Dice IT salary tracker / April 1999

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