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10 Tech Jobs Set For Big Pay Raises In 2017

Big data, security, and developer jobs are expected to get salary boosts in the coming year, according to Robert Half's 2017 Technology & IT Salary Guide. Here's a look at 10 hot jobs to watch.
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Network Engineer
2016 salary range: $96,000 to $138,750
2017 salary range: $99,000 to $146,250
Projected salary growth: 4.5%
These IT pros work on network design and implementation, LAN/WAN interfacing, security, internet protocols and TCP/IP, and server and network infrastructure. They typically have at least five years of experience and a bachelor's degree in computer science or electrical engineering. Professional certifications such as the Cisco Certified Internet Expert (CCIE) are a plus. 
(Image: Mikhail Starodubov/Shutterstock)

Network Engineer

2016 salary range: $96,000 to $138,750

2017 salary range: $99,000 to $146,250

Projected salary growth: 4.5%

These IT pros work on network design and implementation, LAN/WAN interfacing, security, internet protocols and TCP/IP, and server and network infrastructure. They typically have at least five years of experience and a bachelor's degree in computer science or electrical engineering. Professional certifications such as the Cisco Certified Internet Expert (CCIE) are a plus.

(Image: Mikhail Starodubov/Shutterstock)

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Imprimerie
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Imprimerie,
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11/24/2016 | 10:58:30 AM
Re: QA?
Too bad these projected salaries only reflect base pay...
moarsauce123
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11/20/2016 | 7:33:00 PM
QA?
All great, but with that many software development jobs in the list I wonder where QA Analysts fall...probably stagnant or reduced salaries, if QA gets to keep their jobs to begin with.
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