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Salary Survey 2005: Holding Pattern


November, 2005: Salary Survey 2005

Software Development
November 2005

Holding Pattern

Little has changed in the last year, according to our eighth annual examination of compensation and satisfaction trends for software developers. Salaries have increased by a hair, and most other job measures are dormant or just budding.The one bright spot? The continued growth of head-hunting.

By Alexandra Weber Morales

AVERAGE STAFF SALARY BY TITLE
 
Software Developer $101K
Systems Programmer $87K
Project Leader $86K
QA/Software Test Engineer/Analyst $82K
Software Engineer $82K
Software Architect $81K
Database Administrator $79K
Systems Analyst $77K
E-Business Specialist $76K
Technical Support Analyst $76K
Business Analyst $73K
Webmaster $72K
Programmer/Analyst $70K
Programmer $69K
Web/Internet Developer $65K
General IT Staff $65K
Network Engineer $62K


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