Computerworld's 2013 IT Salary Survey: Highlights

Computerworld's survey of more than 4,000 tech professionals shows optimism is running high -- but not everyone is riding the wave. Here's a rundown of how workers are feeling.
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IT gets its groove back

Computerworld's 27th annual salary survey polled 4,251 IT professionals, 99% of whom report being employed full-time. 40% report working in management, with 60% characterizing themselves as IT staff. 

Respondents report working an average of 47 hours a week, and 54% say they have some kind of computer certification. 24% have a master's degree, and 2% report having a Ph.D. The average age of all respondents is 46.

Read on for 2013 salary data and respondents' thoughts on the state of the IT industry. 

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