When investing in technology, specs are important. If you’re hardware is underpowered, chances are it will produce results that are underwhelming. On the flipside, if your tech is too powerful, it probably costs too much money.
The same holds true when investing in your workforce. Offer IT salaries that are below the market, and you’ll get talent that’s below par. Offer too much money for every hire, and you’ll be putting a strain on your budget.
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It’s based on real IT connections: While other salary resources are based on government data and widely published statistics, our guide based on our own real, verifiable and accurate hiring activity — which consists of thousands of IT job placements every day.
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