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2014 salary survey: Test your knowledge of IT careers

Think you know how technology careers evolved this year? Review our coverage of TechTarget's 2014 IT Salary and Careers Survey and take our quiz to gauge your knowledge of IT careers.

With the end of the year approaching, it's important that CIOs and other IT professionals know the most up-to-date facts and figures concerning the IT landscape heading into 2015. Enter TechTarget's 2014 IT Salary and Careers survey, in which 1,200 respondents reflected on their current career standing and compensation, shared their thoughts on the mood in IT, and offered their expectations for 2015.

Review some of our 2014 salary survey coverage and take our quiz to test your knowledge of IT careers and compensation.

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For more on the 2014 salary survey, check out our SearchCIO infographic sharing the most pertinent results from the survey. Then, check out our previous salary survey to see how 2014 compared.

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Do you find any of the 2014 salary survey results surprising? Why or why not?
I find the notion that the size of the company has such an effect to be interesting. I have experienced both ends of this, working for large companies and working for smaller ones, and from my experience, the range varies dramatically depending on the company, what they are doing, and how profitable they are. I have worked for conservative small companies that paid a respectable salary, and I've worked for other smaller companies that have paid considerably more. the fact that 60% of low earners are in smaller companies on the surface seems logical, but my own experiences show that there's more to the story than just company size.