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Old Jun 1st 2005, 12:44 pm
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Default Oz IT Salaries 2005 - Survey results.

Hi all,

For those of us in the IT industry, times can be very uncertain. Here is the latest salary survey results from Hays.

I have been in contact with a few Perth based agencies and they all say the ranges quoted in the survey is very accruate.

http://www.careerone.com.au/webdav/s...Technology.pdf

and seen this good news!!

Big pay rises for techies
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SALARIES in the technology field are up by 10 per cent this year, as permanent hiring rises with an easing of staff restrictions, a survey shows.

The roles in highest demand include business and process analysts, project managers, and software and infrastructure developers

Many large organisations were able to halt a "salary explosion" by using contractors for a short period and retraining people in desirable skills, Candle Australia ICT national manager Trevor Taylor said.

http://www.careerone.com.au/jobs/job...ni_classifieds

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Old Aug 19th 2005, 2:23 am
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Default Re: Oz IT Salaries 2005 - Survey results.

Originally Posted by Tops
Hi all,

For those of us in the IT industry, times can be very uncertain. Here is the latest salary survey results from Hays.

I have been in contact with a few Perth based agencies and they all say the ranges quoted in the survey is very accruate.

http://www.careerone.com.au/webdav/s...Technology.pdf

and seen this good news!!

Big pay rises for techies
==================
SALARIES in the technology field are up by 10 per cent this year, as permanent hiring rises with an easing of staff restrictions, a survey shows.

The roles in highest demand include business and process analysts, project managers, and software and infrastructure developers

Many large organisations were able to halt a "salary explosion" by using contractors for a short period and retraining people in desirable skills, Candle Australia ICT national manager Trevor Taylor said.

http://www.careerone.com.au/jobs/job...ni_classifieds

T.
The wages seem very accurate to what hubby is getting in Melbourne CBD although I thought that Sydney always got paid a fair bit higher?
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Old Aug 26th 2005, 2:55 am
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I'm not sure where to look on that chart the OP posted. Where does an aerospace ADA developer fit in with five years experience?
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Old Mar 29th 2006, 2:12 pm
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Default Re: Oz IT Salaries 2005 - Survey results.

Originally Posted by Tops
Hi all,

For those of us in the IT industry, times can be very uncertain. Here is the latest salary survey results from Hays.

I have been in contact with a few Perth based agencies and they all say the ranges quoted in the survey is very accruate.

http://www.careerone.com.au/webdav/s...Technology.pdf

and seen this good news!!

Big pay rises for techies
==================
SALARIES in the technology field are up by 10 per cent this year, as permanent hiring rises with an easing of staff restrictions, a survey shows.

The roles in highest demand include business and process analysts, project managers, and software and infrastructure developers

Many large organisations were able to halt a "salary explosion" by using contractors for a short period and retraining people in desirable skills, Candle Australia ICT national manager Trevor Taylor said.

http://www.careerone.com.au/jobs/job...ni_classifieds

T.

is there an equivalent one of these for contractor rates???
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is there an equivalent one of these for contractor rates???
From what I saw when looking around contractor rates (in Sydney at least) are basically the same as permanent plus (maybe) a bit more to cover the fact that public holidays and 20 days annual leave won't be paid. Its certainly nothing like the UK where you earn a lot more.
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Default Re: Oz IT Salaries 2005 - Survey results.

Maybe I'm just blind but I can't see any info for Graphic/Web Designers, there's something for backend web stuff but not front end. Anyone got any ideas what the average is for this?
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