It was a long time coming, but salaries and bonuses for IT executives in midmarket companies are on the rise -- looming way above the national average. As small and medium-sized businesses come to rely on technology as the catalyst for driving business, CIOs are basking in the attention -- and it's showing in their paychecks. Although those with MBAs and other certifications seem to reap additional rewards, any way you look at it, it's a good time to be in IT.
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