Information technology salary careers report for midmarket CIOs

More midmarket CIOs are telecommuting and demanding job satisfaction, regardless of the economy.'s 2008 Salaries and Careers Survey results hit this year's midmarket salary hot spots, from telecommuting and recruitment to business relationships and job security. Find out what other midmarket CIOs are earning and how you stack up. Access this special report now!

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Despite the economic downturn, midmarket CIOs and IT executives are maintaining job stability and are confident it will continue. In fact, that confidence is translating into better salaries, increased job satisfaction and improved work/life balance.'s 2008 Salaries and Careers Special Report hits this year's midmarket salary hot spots. Read all about it below or download all the results in a PDF.

What's in your wallet?
[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.

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 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.

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

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