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Salary and careers special report for enterprise CIOs

In recessionary times, how do you motivate your IT staff when you're unable to raise salaries?

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CIO salary data shows high paychecks still the norm
[Kate Evans-Correia, Executive Editor]
Despite an uneasy economy, CIOs and IT managers continue to make six-figure salaries, and they remain confident about future job security.

Telecommuting an increasingly common option for execs
[Rachel Lebeaux, Associate Editor]
With high gas prices, IT execs who value productivity and work/life balance have now turned to telecommuting options for their staff.

In a tough economy, CIOs have few job-security concerns
[Linda Tucci, Senior News Writer]
Despite a weak economy, IT is seen as an asset in operational efficiency, not a money pit. SearchCIO.com's recent survey indicates that many CIOs feel secure in their jobs.

CIO recruiters offer tips on getting the job you want
[Linda Tucci, Senior News Writer]
Headhunters specializing in CIO searches all say the same thing: If you're good, we'll find you. We give you the inside scoop to make sure they do.

Just the stats, ma'am: Our data tables:

How do you stack up against your peers when it comes to salary, bonuses and more? View the data below.

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CIO Salaries: Holding on to what you have
[Zach Church, News Writer]
The poor economy is holding CIOs back from asking for big raises. Some are even facing hiring freezes.

Could you hate your boss that much?
[Kristen Caretta, Associate Editor]
A recent SearchCIO-Midmarket.com salary survey shows reasons people leave their jobs -- dissatisfaction with management is at the top. Could you hate your boss that much?

Telecommuting a luxury
[Zach Church, News Writer]
Like many IT professionals at small and medium-sized businesses, this CIO has high aspirations. Some may even aspire to the corner office.

This was first published in October 2008

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