Library Technology - Reviews, Tips, Giveaways, Freeware

Library Technology – Reviews, Tips, Giveaways, Freeware

Free ebook: 2015 Dice Tech Salary Survey (Save $9.99)

Posted In Technology ebooks - By Techtiplib on Thursday, July 2nd, 2015 With No Comments »

Get the new 2015 Dice Tech Salary Survey Report for FREE in a limited time only! Salaries and bonuses are on the rise for tech professionals, but compensation satisfaction is slipping. Download the report and find salary data by metro, state, title and tech skill.

Technology pay in the United States saw another year of hikes with technology professionals earning $89,450 on average annually, up two percent from 2013, according to Dice’s annual salary survey.

More than half (61%) of technology professionals earned higher salaries in 2014, most frequently citing a merit raise as the reason for the increase. Another 25 percent say they received higher wages due to changing employers within the year.

Also, technical recruiters saw a significant jump (19%) in salaries in 2014, making $81,966 on average annually compared to $69,102 in 2013, a resounding verdict on the importance of recruiting tech professionals.

In addition to salaries rising, tech bonuses were both higher and more frequent as 37 percent of tech pros earned a $9,538 bonus on average as part of their compensation, up two percent year-over-year.

Dice Tech Salary Survey

What’s content of this report:

  • Reasons for Salary Increases
  • Bonus Trends
  • 5-Year Trend in Tech Salaries
  • Willingness to Relocate
  • Reasons for Changing Employers
  • Salary Satisfaction
  • Salary by Metro
  • Employee Motivators
  • Top 10 Highest Paying Tech Skills
  • Salary by Job Title
  • Salary by Employment Type
  • U.S. Tech Salaries by State
  • How to Factor Skills Insight Into
  • Salary Negotiations
  • Top Paying Skills and Experience

Giveaway details:

[sociallocker id=76100]Download free ebook: 2015 Dice Tech Salary Survey[/sociallocker]

More contents in: ,

About - Hey, this blog belongs to me! I am the founder of TechTipLib and managing editor right now. And I love to hear what do you think about this article, leave comment below! Thank you so much...