XpertHR's HR data round-up for April 2012 looks at regional pay trends for IT professionals, private sector pay forecasts, latest additions to XpertHR Benchmarking, and also offers you the chance to download an archival equal pay survey from 1971, as well as our regular round-up of recent blog posts on HR data issues.
A tale of two regions: Regional pay trends for IT professionals
Analysis of computer staff salary trends by location reveals a tale of two regions: Basic salaries paid to IT professionals in London tend to be set significantly higher than those for their counterparts in the rest of the UK.
- The median basic salary paid to computer staff in inner London is £45,111 per annum (equivalent to 113.6% of the national median basic salary).
- Computer staff based in Outer London can expect to command a median basic salary of £42,922 (108.0% of the national median).
- Computer staff located across the rest of the UK (i.e. outside London) can expect to earn a basic salary worth £36,787 at the median (92.6%) of the national median basic salary for computer staff).
National trends in IT salaries
Headline findings on national trends from the Computer Staff Salary Survey December 2011 include the following:
- The median basic salary for computer staff in 2011/2012 is set just below £40,000 per year.
- Among a matched sample of computer professionals, basic salaries increased by an average of 2.8% over the 12 months to 1 October 2011.
XpertHR's report on Regional Pay Trends in the UK IT profession is
available exclusively to subscribers to the XpertHR Salary Surveys
Computer Staff Salary Survey. It is the latest in a new series of
supplementary reports, focusing on key trends to emerge from the survey
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20 Apr 2012 8:00 AM
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