Salaries: Money talks
Although IT has been hard hit during the economic downturn of recent times, a survey by Graham Gill shows that those in the industry are optimistic of a bright future. Wendy Phillips and Tamara Beasley-Suffolk report
The past year has been fairly slow for IT due to the general downturn in the economy. Consequences have been limited recruitment, small budgets and minimal salary increases to the point that a number of firms have imposed salary freezes. However, this has not caused adverse staff turnover as employees have been reluctant to leave a relatively secure job for the uncertainty of the IT job market.
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