We have had fantastic reception of the Computerworld Australia 2010 Salary Survey over the past month, with everyone who has taken part providing insightful answers into the state of the ICT industry in Australia, and how workers have fared over the past year. Here are a few quick statistics to give you a taste:
- Most ICT workers don't reach salaries over $100,000 until their mid-30s
- Workloads have increased, but ICT workers are happy
- Most in the ICT industry are in their 30s
- Those in their early 40s pulled back on workload the most in the last year
The survey is aimed at getting the most accurate and up-to-date picture on the Australian market. It involves a few quick questions which shouldn't take more than five minutes, in order to gauge how your career and current position has changed over the past year.
The survey closes on 31 May 2010, so make sure you get in quick.
We are also giving away four $500 vouchers for JB Hi-Fi provided by our sponsor DW People. Just answer the first question in the survey and provide us your email address to go in the running to win one of these vouchers.
The survey will only take up a short amount of your time, and all individual responses as well as email addresses will remain confidential.
Those who partake in the survey will receive an advance copy of the results by mid-June. We will also be publishing them in our next print edition, and will make them available as a tool in the Careers section of our website.
(Take the Computerworld Australia 2010 Salary Survey)