Our recent survey reveals the extent of CIO salary satisfaction in 2011, and found that CIOs spent more time managing projects in 2011 than they did in 2010, among other results.
The CIO/IT Strategy Media Group IT salary and career survey was conducted among readers of SearchCIO.com and SearchCIO-Midmarket.com in November, gathering more than 1,700 responses from IT executives and roles globally across 32 industries. All 50 U.S. states were represented. The survey defined a senior IT executive as a respondent with a title of vice president, senior vice president, executive vice president, CIO, chief technology officer or chief information security officer. It defined as midlevel IT executives those who identified themselves as being at the director level.
In this special report, based on the results of the survey, learn how midmarket IT executives view IT salary satisfaction, their roles in managing the organization and more.
Table of contents:
According to our IT salary survey, midmarket high earners have more in common with their well-paid counterparts at large companies than they do with their midmarket peers.
As the economy continues to recover and salaries are slow to climb, midmarket IT executives find job satisfaction factors beyond compensation.
Strategic innovations aren't just important for the life of your organization -- they also affect CIO job satisfaction.
Our recent CIO survey provides insight into the career plans and salary satisfaction of midmarket senior IT executives.