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2008 Average Salary Range: $76,500 to $111,500
The 2008 salary range is an increase of 5 percent over this job's 2007 salary range, which was $72,750 to $106,250.
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Add 5 percent for C++ development skills, 10 percent for Java development skills, 5 percent for Visual Basic development skills, 12 percent for C# development skills, 5 percent for LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP/Perl) skill, 5 percent for AJAX development skills, 5 percent for Microsoft Sharepoint skills and 10 percent for Visual Basic .NET development skills.
Note: Since these numbers are national averages, adjust them based on your area of the country.
Salary levels are, approximately 7 percent to 20 percent higher in the Northeast, about average in the South Atlantic (Florida to Delaware), average to modestly lower in the Midwest and South, and 5 percent to 25 percent higher on the West coast.
IT salaries in large metropolitan areas are higher than the national average. For example, in following cities they are:
|Boston, Mass.||24% higher|
|Stamford, Conn.||30% higher|
|New York, N.Y.||41% higher|
|Washington, D.C.||30% higher|
|Philadelphia, Penn.||15% higher|
|Atlanta, Ga.||15% higher|
|Miami, Fla.||15% higher|
|Chicago, Ill.||23% higher|
|Dallas/Houston, Texas||5% higher|
|Irvine, Calif.||25% higher|
|Los Angeles, Calif.||25% higher|
|San Diego, Calif.||21% higher|
|San Francisco, Calif.||30% higher|
|San Jose, Calif.||27% higher|
|Seattle, Wash.||18% higher|
Salary data courtesy of Robert Half Technology. To request a copy of the complete Robert Half Salary Guide, which includes salary ranges for more than 60 different job titles, in the U.S. and Canada, click here.
This article was originally published on Datamation.