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2012 IT Salary Survey: 12 Career Insights

Nearly 14,000 IT pros took our 2012 salary survey, providing insights into salaries and bonuses. What can you learn to increase your paycheck and career satisfaction?
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It's not that every IT pro is whistling Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah on the way into work. But IT pros are reasonably satisfied with their jobs. There's room for improvement--only 16% of staff are very satisfied with pay, benefits, and other aspects of their jobs, but another 46% are satisfied. Just 14% are dissatisfied or very dissatisfied. Back in 2004, 24% fell in one of those dissatisfied categories, and just 47% were in one of the satisfied categories.

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