IT staff costs as a proportion of total IT spend increase with size of organisation except for the largest enterprises (1000+ employees). This reflects the greater outsourcing activities of large concerns. Air Transport companies follow this pattern with medium and large firms...
IT Staff numbers growth in Waste Management companies is exceeding 3% each year. It has done so even during the recent recession when overall employee numbers declined.
IT staff in Rubber & Plastic Manufacturing represents 1.3% of the total employees. The corresponding figure for all Manufacturers is 3.5%. Software staff is the largest component for both sectors representing 0.5% and 1.3% respectively of all employment.
IT operations staff earns more the larger the organisation. Those in large (1000+ employees) Art, Entertainment, Recreation firms receive average pay approaching £40,000.
Real Estate companies rely on IT user support staff far more than is the case for Business Services as a whole. In both instances, medium sized concerns (100-999 employees) have the highest proportion of user support staff compared with total IT staff.
Benchmarking Public Sector IT staff pay against the UK average shows lower earnings across all the main job functions. The differential varies from a 20% shortfall for operations to 30% for software staff.
Within Financial Services, IT staff costs are by far the largest in Banking. They are a factor of 5 greater than those for Finance Houses, a factor of 3 in the case of Insurance whilst they are 50% greater than that for Auxiliary Finance Activities.
In small manufacturing companies (50-99 employees), best paid IT managers work in Chemical Industries. They are 7% ahead of the next highest sector, Textile, Clothing Manufacturers.
Medium size (100-999 employees) Finance Houses have fallen behind the rest of the UK in the number of software staff employed. In 2011 they are expected to start catching up.
IT managers pay in Wholesale Trade tends to increase with size of organisation. The exception is for small firms (50-99 employees) where pay dips below the trend line. A similar progression occurs for all UK organisations. In Wholesale Trade, IT managers in large firms (1000+...