IT salary expectations for 2017 UK

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How much should you earn next year?  Read on to see how salaries are set to increase for IT professional jobs in the UK – whether you are a CIO, network engineer or mobile developer…

IT professionals’ salaries are set to rise next year as UK firms invest in growing their talent pool, promoting digitisation across whole organisations. This will result in higher demand for IT pros with both technical and organisational skills.

That is according to recruitment specialist Robert Half’s latest 2017 Salary Guide, which claims that salaries for top IT talent will continue to rise in 2017. The report states that 90 percent of IT directors struggle to find skilled professionals today, and are willing to pay a higher salary for those with the right expertise.

Next year should see growing demand for security engineers, front-end developers and networking engineers, with cloud technology and IT security remaining a priority for CIOs and senior IT leaders.

The report also claims that demand for agile development, support and maintenance will result in continued growth in develops in 2017 as ‘businesses look for a leaner way of supporting applications’.

So which roles will see the biggest increase? Read on to see what you should be paid in 2017…

 

  1. IT jobs: How much should a CIO, CTO, CISO earn in 2017?

Chief information officer:  Salary growth 1.8%

2016 salary expectations: £126,500 – £243,250   2017 salary expectations: £128,250 – £248,000

Chief technology officer: Salary growth 1.9%

2016: £83,500 – £158,750  2017: £85,250 – £161,500

IT director: Salary growth 0.5%

2016: £93,750 – £126,750  2017 £94,000 – £120,750

IT manager/head of IT: Salary growth 3.3%

2016: £80,250 – £115,500   2017: £81,500 £120,750

Chief Information Security Officer: Salary growth 4%

2016: £98,250 – £149,500  2017: 104,250 – £153,500

 

  1. IT jobs: How much should an enterprise architect earn in 2017?

Chief architect: Salary growth 1.6%

2016: £120,000 – £155,000   2017: £121,500 – £158,000

Enterprise architect: Salary growth 1.4%

2016: £62,750 – £93,750  2017: £63,000 – £95,750

Technical architect:  Salary growth 2.4%

2016: £82,250 – £103,250  2017: ££85,400 – £104,500

Infrastructure architect: Salary growth 3.5%

2016: £57,500 – £76,750   2017: £60,500 – £78,500

Data Architect: Salary growth 1.1%

2016: £59,750 – £79,250   2017: £61,000 – £79,500

Solution Architect: Salary growth 0.9%

2016: £58,250 – £81,500   2017: £58,250 – £82,750

 

  1. IT jobs: How much should developers earn in 2017?

Senior developer: Salary growth 0.9%

2016: £53,750 – £88,750   2017: £54,000 – £89,750

Developer: Salary growth 4.5%

2016: £26,750 – £45,500   2017: £27,500 – £48,000

Junior developer: Salary growth 4.2%

2016: £19,000 – £28,500  2017: £19,500 – £30,000

Database/business intelligence developer: Salary growth 2.9%

2016: £41,500 – £69,250  2017: £44,500 – £69,500

 

  1. IT jobs: How much should IT testing professionals earn in 2017?

Test programme manager: Salary growth 2.7%

2016: £62,250 – £72,750   2017: £65,750 – £76,000

QA/testing manager: Salary growth 1.4%

2016: £50,750 – £70,250   2017: £51,000 – £75,000

QA/testing analyst: Salary growth 2.5%

2016: £23,500 – £45,250   2017: £24,500 – £46,000

 

  1. IT jobs: How much should project managers & business analysts earn in 2017?

Programme manager:  Salary growth 2.6%

2016: £62,250 – £99,750   2017:  £65,750 – £100,500

Project manager: Salary growth 1.2%

2016: £39,250 – £68,250    2017: £39,750 – £69,000

Senior business analyst: Salary growth 1.9%

2016: £45,250 – £58,750  2017: £46,500 – £59,500

Business analyst: Salary growth 1.2%

2016: £34,250 – £49,250  2017: £35,000 – £49,500

 

There has been a steady growth in the IT Job sector and salaries in 2017.  Whether you are looking to change your career or update your existing skills, it has never been a better time to get qualified in IT.  With a booming job market a bright future is on the horizon.

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Source : Computerworld

 

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