2014 IT Salary Survey Highlights

Computerworld's survey of more than 3,500 IT pros shows that those with the right mix of technical skills and business savvy are in demand. Here's a look at trends in workers' job and pay satisfaction, along with their job security and stress levels.
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IT worker reality check

How do tech workers feel about their pay, stress levels and long-term career prospects? Which skills are most in demand among managers hiring for IT positions in 2014? Computerworld's 28th annual salary survey found those answers and more.

We polled 3,673 IT professionals, 99% of whom report being employed full time. Thirty-seven percent say they work in management, while 63% report holding IT staff positions.

Fifty-five percent say they have some kind of IT certification, 24% have a master's degree and 2% report having a Ph.D. The average age of all respondents is 47.

Read on for 2014 salary data and respondents' thoughts on the state of the IT industry.

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