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%...
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%.
Small firms (50-99 employees) in Machinery Manufacture have been increasing pay of software staff each year at a faster rate than that for all UK organisations except in 2009.
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.
Salaries paid to IT strategy & IT planning staff at large Management Consultancies (1000+ employees) are comparable with those paid at large UK organisations overall. In smaller concerns Management Consultant firms pay a premium approaching 20%.
IT operations staff earns more the larger the organisation. Those in large (1000+ employees) Art, Entertainment, Recreation firms receive average pay approaching £40,000.
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.
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.
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+...