Careers Slideshow: Labor Costs Slowly Increasing

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 06-24-2010

Labor Costs Slowly Increasing

$78,210 is the current average compensation for all IT professionals, up from $77,690 in 2009.

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$74,430 is the current compensation for all IT positions in mid-sized enterprises, up from $73,905 in 2009.

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$81,960 is the current compensation for all IT employees in large enterprises, up from $81,475 in 2009.

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$181,533 is the current compensation for CIOs in large enterprises, up 7.52 percent from 2009.

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$169,303 is the current compensation for CIOs in mid-sized enterprises, up 3.73 percent from 2009.

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$79,924 is the current compensation for IT middle managers in large enterprises, up from $79,230 in 2009.

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$73,217 is the current compensation for IT middle managers in mid-sized enterprises, up from $72,444 in 2009.

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$66,230 is the current compensation for IT staffers below middle managers in large enterprises, up from $65,965 in 2009.

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$61,047 is the current compensation for IT staffers below middle managers in mid-sized enterprises, up from $60,279 in 2009.

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53 percent of IT professionals are projected to receive personal performance bonuses this year, down 13 percent from 2009.

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35 percent of IT professionals are projected to receive enterprise performance bonuses in 2010, down 7 percent from 2009.

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14 percent of IT professionals are projected to earn use of a company automobile in 2010, down 7 percent from 2009.

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25 percent of IT professionals are projected to receive stock options in 2010, down 2 percent from 2009.

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86 percent of IT professionals are projected to receive health insurance in 2010, up 5 percent from 2009.

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64 percent of IT professionals are projected to receive 401K benefits in 2010, which is the same percentage as 2009.

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56 percent of IT professionals are projected to receive flex hours/scheduling benefits in 2010, up 7 percent from 2009.

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57 percent of IT pros expect to get disability coverage this year, up 8 percent from 2009, the biggest gain among benefits offered.

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