5 IT jobs expected to have the biggest pay rises in 2015

Certain IT jobs are in high demand this year, which means employers are willing to pay to grab the best of the bunch. Is your IT role one of the few expected to see pay increases of up to nearly six percent in 2015?

Can your IT role command a higher salary in 2015?
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Can your IT role command a higher salary in 2015?

The Robert Half Salary Guide predicts that employment in the UK technology sector will grow by 2.19 percent over the next 12 months. Almost a third (30 percent) of UK CIOs plan to increase salaries in a bid to attract the best talent in a competitive market - with even higher raises across the pond.

Click on to see which IT roles are expected to command the highest salary increases.

Chief information security officer (CISO)
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Chief information security officer (CISO)

Average UK salary: £97,500 - £145,250

Pay increase expected: 5.7 percent

Average US salary: $134,250 - $204,750

Pay increase expected: 7.1 percent

Data architect
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Data architect

Average UK salary: £58,500 - £76,750

Pay increase expected: 5.5 percent

Average US salary: $119,750 - $164,750

Pay increase expected: 7.2 percent

Software developer
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Software developer

Average UK salary: £31,250 - £72,000

Pay increase expected: 5.4 percent

Average US salary: $ 85,500 - $136,250

Pay increase expected: 6.9 percent

Development manager
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Development manager

Average UK salary: £53,000 - £99,250

Pay increase expected: 4.5 percent

Average US salary:$109,750 - $146,750

Pay increase expected: 4.2 percent

Information security manager
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Information security manager

Average UK salary: £72,500 - £95,750

Pay increase expected: 4.5 percent

Average US salary: $110,500 - $145,250

Pay increase expected: 6.3 percent

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