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The Benchmark of Salaries and Employment Trends in IT 2009 is based on an annual survey of the IT labour market carried out by NCC. It provides a comprehensive analysis of IT salary levels, and IT employment trends in the UK including:

Data is available on 40 jobs in IT ranging from director of IT to non-graduate IT trainee.

  • Average, median and estimated IT salaries Average, median and estimated IT salaries
  • IT salary increases
  • Shift working, callout and standby schemes
  • IT staff joining and leaving
  • IT staff shortages and predicted growth in demand
  • New IT skills requirements and recruitment/retention problems

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The PDF contains the Business Report (121 pages) and the Research Report (11 pages).When you order this PDF, it will arrive as an email attachment (1,076 KB).

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