In Financial Services, IT managers in Finance Houses are paid the best. Typically they earn £64,000. Their counterparts in Insurance have the lowest pay, averaging £51,760.
IT user support staff pay in Food, Drink & Tobacco Manufacturers is lower by between 10% and 25% than that for all Manufacturers, across organisation size. Top pay is £26,000 and £30,000 respectively in the largest concerns (1000+ employees).
Chemical Manufacturers pay IT strategy & planning staff over 20% more than the rest of Manufacturing. In large concerns (1000+ employees) the pay is over £70k in the Chemical Industry whilst it is around £55k for all Manufacturers.
Software staff in Advertising companies are paid notably less than their counterparts in Business Services organisations overall. In large firms (1000+ employees) the difference is over £5,000.
Large construction companies (1000+ employees) pay their IT & telecom engineers 15% more than the national average. There is greater parity with national pay by medium (100-999 employees) and small (50-99 employees) construction firms.
Small Water Transport companies (50-99 employees) pay strategy & planning staff the highest amount. They receive 5% more than IT managers. For each of the main IT job functions remunerations in Water Transport firms exceed those in Transport Services overall by some...
IT user support staff pay in Legal Services firms increases with size of organisation. Such staff are paid notably less than their counterparts in Business Services as a whole, for concerns with under 100 employees. However, they achieve parity with larger enterprises.
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%.
Gross annual pay of IT strategy/planning staff in Auxiliary Finance firms, tends to be larger than that for all Financial Services concerns across different employee bands. It is most pronounced in medium organisations (100-999 employees) where the advantage is 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.