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InformationWeek National IT Salary Survey 2006

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The IT profession is on the rebound. Fewer IT professionals are unemployed, many feel more secure in their jobs, and some are anticipating bonuses linked to personal performance in the coming year. The long-term outlook for the IT profession is looking brighter, but what's on the horizon? With fewer college students pursuing science-oriented careers, including information technology, will the United States falter in the global economy?

This InformationWeek Research report provides an unparalleled view into trends in IT salaries and compensation plans. With more than 10,000 respondents, the research explores IT compensation and benefits trends across twenty IT job functions and management positions. Findings are segmented according to the job functions of managers and staff for the most comprehensive analysis possible. Use this 20 page report to understand what IT professionals are facing regarding salaries, compensation, benefits, and job satisfaction and how emerging trends like outsourcing impact IT professionals.

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