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2014 IT Salary Survey

  • ID: 2771986
  • January 2014
  • 160 Pages
  • Janco Associates, Inc

The 2014 IT Compensation Survey draws on data collected throughout the year by extensive internet-based and completed survey forms sent to businesses throughout the United States and Canada. The survey data reflects IT salaries in 78 major cities in the United States as well as 23 cities in Canada. This data was compiled in January 2014. The report is over 160 pages long and the data is provided in Adobe Acrobat format.

Are you paying too much or too little to your IT staff? Do you have IT job descriptions? Are you earning what you're worth? Whether employer or employee, it is important to know what other companies are paying in total compensation for a similar position in your area. Learn how your company compares in the area of compensation. Data is as of January 2014.

2014 Salary Survey, just released is not good news for IT Professionals. The survey shows that hiring and salaries has not significantly improved for IT professionals in most North American metropolitan areas. Salaries are up less than 1% for IT pros in the past 12 months and the only winners are the top level positions in mid-sized companies. Salaries for most IT pros have finally gotten back to the level READ MORE >

Cities Surveyed in the Salary Survey

The 2014 IT Salary Survey includes the following 78 United States cities, as well as 23 selected cities in Canada. Median compensation data is provided for each city in the survey.

US Cities

Akron
Atlanta
Bellingham
Charleston
Cincinnati
Dallas
Duluth
Honolulu
Las Vegas
Louisville
Milwaukee
New York
Omaha
Philadelphia
Portland, OR
Sacramento
San Francisco
St. Louis
Topeka
Wichita
Albuquerque
Atlantic City
Boise
Charlotte
Cleveland
Denver
Gary
Houston
Lexington
Madison
Minneapolis
Oakland
Orange County CA
Phoenix
Provo/Orem
Salt Lake City
San Jose
Stamford
Tucson
Winston-Salem
Allentown
Austin
Boston
Cheyenne
Colorado Springs
Des Moines
Grand Rapids
Indianapolis
Little Rock
Memphis
Nashville
Oklahoma City
Orlando
Pittsburgh
Raleigh-Durham
San Antonio
Seattle
Syracuse
Tulsa
Anchorage
Baltimore
Buffalo
Chicago
Columbus
Detroit
Green Bay
Kansas City, MO
Los Angeles
Miami
New Orleans
Olympia
Peoria
Portland, ME
Rockford
San Diego
Sioux Falls
Toledo
Washington

Canadian Cities

Calgary, AB
Guelph, ON
London, ON
Quebec City, QC
Sudbury, ON
Whitehorse, YT
Charlotte, PE
Halifax, NS
Montreal, QC
Regina, SK
Toronto, ON
Windsor, ON
Edmonton, AB
Hamilton, ON
Niagara Falls, ON
Saskatoon, SK
Vancouver, BC
Winnipeg, MB
Fredericton, NB
Hull, QC
Ottawa, ON
St. John's, NF
Victoria, BC

- Below Benchmark Range - Highly impacted by forces of the marketplace

- Within Benchmark Range - Subject to the normal forces of the marketplace for similar job functions and responsibilities.

- Above Benchmark Range - Not subject to the forces of the marketplace

The Benchmark represents our assessment of the compensation level required for organizations to remain competitive and minimize the risk of losing employees to other organizations.

Reviews were conducted from the standpoint of a comparison of base salary and, when appropriate, from the additional standpoint of total compensation. Total compensation is determined by adding the budgetary bonus amounts and an equivalent cash value for above-standard compensation to an individual's base salary.

The compensation Study data was divided into two categories. Large companies are companies whose gross revenues are equal to or greater than $500MM. Mid-sized companies are companies whose gross revenues are less than $500MM.

Survey Size

The survey size and number of participants was

Large Companies
- Number of companies 252
- Number of data points 24,781
- Mid-Sized companies
- Number of companies 722
- Number of data points 29,643

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