Congrats to University of Pennsylvania (#5) and Temple University (#53) for making ComputerWorld's 100 Best Best Places to Work in IT 2010. Other nearby organizations making the cut include:
5 - University of Pennsylvania
8 - Verizon Wireless
16 - Campbell Soup Co.
18 - American Express Co.
19 - Prudential Financial Inc.
35 - The Vanguard Group Inc.
36 - Lehigh Valley Health Network
37 - Corning Inc.
46 - Quest Diagnostics Inc.
53 - Temple University
56 - Thomson Reuters Corp.
69 - Automatic Data Processing Inc.
79 - Penn National Insurance
82 - PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
89 - Paychex Inc.
94 - American Water
96 - Hess Corp.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
According to a new salary survey by The Janco Associates, Inc. for employment data up to June 2010, there are increasing signs of bright spots in compensation trends for IT professionals:
- The total mean compensation for all IT Professionals has increased to $78,210 from $77,690.
- CIOs compensation has increased over the last 12 months. The mean compensation for CIOs in large enterprises is now $181,533 (an increase of 7.52%) and $169,303 (a 3.73%) in mid-sized enterprises.
- In mid-sized enterprises, the mean total compensation for all positions has fallen slightly from $73,905 to $73,439. At the same time in large enterprises, the median compensation has risen slightly from $82,475 to $81,652.
- Flexible hours and work schedules are becoming more available as the recovery begins to take hold and is viewed as a low cost high value benefit by both employers and employees.
Posted by Cliff Stevens, President of MyOwnITGuy, Inc. at 2:26 PM