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  • Banking royal commission has driven tech wages up by 20%: recruiter

    The demand for tech staff with experience in business and digital transformation, project management and business analysis has grown exponentially in the past year driving up wages across the board in Australia’s East Coast.

    Written by By CIO Staff22 July 19 11:43
  • ​Average IT salary hits $104K

    The average advertised salary for IT professionals in Australia is now $104,301, the highest it has been since March, according to tech job specialist, Gooroo.

    Written by Byron Connolly10 Nov. 15 15:51
  • Sydney CIOs commanding highest salaries

    Senior CIOs and IT directors in Sydney continue to command higher salaries than their counterparts in other states, earning $350,000 per annum with Melbourne its nearest rival at $300,000, according to Peoplebank’s quarterly Salary and Employment Index.

    Written by Byron Connolly09 June 15 16:07
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  • State of the CIO 2014

    CIOs no longer sit outside the business, and they know it. They are working more closely with other c-level executives and aligning themselves with business outcomes and priorities, according CIO's 2014 State of the CIO survey.

    Written by Byron Connolly08 Sept. 14 13:56
  • IT Salary Survey Predicts Meager Increases for 2010

    We wish we had better news to share on the IT salary front: The median pay increases organizations are planning for IT professionals this year are small--1.8 percent--according to the latest Computer Economics IT salary survey. That's.2 percent lower than the median salary increases the Irvine, Calif.-based IT research firm predicted tech workers would receive in 2009.

    Written by Meridith Levinson17 Feb. 10 06:30
  • Largest retailer has world's most underpaid CIO

    I tend to equate the salaries of celebrity CIOs (an oxymoron, I know) with the compensation packages of today's professional athletes: They're all seemingly excessive and incomprehensible to most salt-of-the-earth people. HP CIO Randy Mott, for instance, took home more than US$28 million in compensation in 2008, while New York Yankees' slugger Alex Rodriguez earns $15,856 every time he sees a pitch, according to The Wall Street Journal.

    Written by Thomas Wailgum28 Aug. 09 05:46
  • ICT salaries continue to grow despite GFC: ACS

    Salaries of ICT professionals have slowed on average over the twelve months to May 2009 a new survey from the Australian Computer Society (ACS) finds.

    Written by CIO Staff18 June 09 12:39