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IT pay packets increase

23-05-2008

IT pay packets increase
Professionals in the IT industry have seen a rise in pay over the past 12 months, according to new figures.

CV Screen has revealed that in the last year salaries in the sector have been boosted by 4.1 per cent.

An increasing need for workers in the IT sector has led to the rise in wages, Matthew Iveson from CV Screen stated.

And it is probable the upward trend will persist, he said.

"It is likely that as a result of the rising costs of living in the UK more candidates will seek to move for financial reasons, thus putting further upward pressure on IT salaries," Mr Iveson commented.

Now, the average advertised salary for a job in IT is £34,217, the firm found.

IBM UK came out on top at the recent 2008 TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards, scooping the title of Graduate Employer of the Year.

Related categories: IT / Internet.


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