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TechTarget 2014 Information Technology Salary and Careers Survey guide

Last updated:January 2015

Editor's note

TechTarget's 2014 IT Salary and Careers Survey took the pulse of 1,200 information technology professionals, who provided insight into their salaries and bonuses, their career aspirations, and the projects they intend to pursue in 2015. In this Essential Guide, learn about IT executives' compensation and salary trends across the IT landscape, what drives optimism and pessimism in their organizations, and which IT projects they deem high-priority.

1The view from IT's C-suite

The 2014 survey polled 333 senior IT executives across North America. Their responses indicate that nearly two-thirds saw pay increases during the year, but that raises and bonuses don't necessarily equal job satisfaction. Read these stories for more information on the CIO career and mind-set entering 2015.

2Salaries, careers and budgets across IT

IT professionals focusing on such areas as business intelligence, compliance, networking, security and server management weighed in on the 2014 survey, providing perspective on their compensation, department budgets and satisfaction in their current roles.

3Test your IT salaries and careers knowledge

Now that you've reviewed the breadth of TechTarget's 2014 IT Salary and Careers Survey coverage, take our quiz to see what you've learned about IT careers and compensation heading into 2015.

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