Salary surveys help determine market worth
Employees are encouraged to complete ICT salary surveys to understand their market worth so they can plan their careers better.
Western Cape tech salaries: expertise cashes in - Salary Survey 2015
Gauteng pays the highest IT salaries, on average, but in-demand skills such as business intelligence and mobility earn more in the Western Cape.
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IT Salary Survey
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IT professionals still big earners
IT professionals still take home a higher guaranteed package when compared to most industries, according to ITWeb`s 2006 IT Salary Survey.
New GM for African Legend Technologies
African Legend Technologies has appointed Thusanang Sebatha as GM for the BMC Software Business Unit.
Gap widens between top, bottom IT earners
As the IT salary gap widens, contractors and executives are attracting ever-higher salaries, ITWeb`s annual salary survey has found.
Brain drain turns, survey finds
ITWeb`s fifth annual IT Salary Survey has found that the brain drain tide has turned and that IT industry salaries are no longer significantly higher than those in other industries.
Top dogs in call centres get R1m
Senior executives can expect to earn up to R1 million a year if they get to the top of the call centre industry in SA, according to the annual Questconnect call centre salary survey.
Brain drain tide turns, pale males still dominate IT
The IT industry is still dominated by white males, the e-commerce industry is emerging as a top-paying sector, and the IT brain drain is slowing down. These are among the key findings of ITWeb`s 2002 IT Salary Survey, which was released in Johannesburg today.
It`s no longer a crime to stay in SA
There has been a shift in IT workers` attitude toward their future in SA as this survey shows fewer employees considering emigration. For those thinking of moving overseas, reasons are now primarily economic, rather than dissatisfaction with the high crime levels and the country`s political mood.
Downturn? What downturn?
Employers are throwing money at those with high-end skills, experience and business savvy, despite the IT downturn. With an abundance of entry-level candidates, there is a shortage of experienced specialised skills, and a wide gap between top and bottom earners.