Across all employee bands, IT managers in Electricity, Gas & Water Supply companies earn less than the national average. In large companies (1000+ employees) the short fall approaches 10%.
IT operation staff working for Textile, Clothing & Leather manufacturers are paid a quarter less than the average for all IT staff in the sector. In 2011 the pay is £32,800 and £42,300 respectively.
Computer Services companies lead the way in the number of IT managers employed. There are over 25,000 in that sector. Public Administration comes second with over 23,000. The next tier contains Wholesalers and Telecommunication firms with 15,000 IT managers.
Top earning IT managers in medium sized (100-999 employees) Business Services sector work for Management Consultancies. Their average pay is £70k. Next highest payers are Rental firms followed by Architectural & Engineering Consultancies where the salaries are some 5%...
Medium sized Technical Testing & Analysis firms (100-999 employees) have almost one tenth of their staff focussed on IT functions. This is more than twice the norm for all Business Services organisations.
IT managers in Public Administration just have the edge in earning power over their counterparts in Health & Social Work. Both are ahead by over 5% of IT managers in Education.
IT & telecom engineers working for large Telecommunications companies (1000+ employees) are paid close to the UK norm for similar sized concerns. Those employed by smaller Telecommunications organisations are better off by up to 20%.
Employment of IT strategy & planning staff has been growing since 2006. There has been a spurt in growth in Health & Social Work organisations in 2009 and 2010. The advancement has been over 10% and 8% respectively.
Medium sized Water Transport companies (100-999 employees) typically have 5 IT operations staff on their payroll. This outstrips the number other Transport Services sectors employ. Next in line are Auxiliary Transport Activities firms with 2.
IT user support staff working for Computer Services firms are better paid than the national norm across all employee bands. The largest difference is with very small organisations (10-49 employees) where Computer Services concerns pay almost a quarter more.