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E-guide Salary Survey 2018/2019 UK & IRELAND

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 In this e-guide: Computer Weekly’s 2018 Salary Survey gives us a snapshot of what IT professionals in the UK&I are getting paid, as well as their attitudes towards work, training and future prospects. Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit This year the average pay for technology staff has increased, but there is still a gap in salary depending on the tech professional’s seniority and location. As well as this, although a number of women in the UK&I tech industry believe they have equal opportunities to their male counterparts, 40% of tech professionals say they are not aware of any diversity topics currently being addressed in their firms. With Brexit threatening to make the talent pool in the UK even shallower, firms need to focus on hiring skilled workers, and retraining their current employees to plug skills gaps. Clare McDonald, business editor Salary respondent demographics Page 1 of 23

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Clare McDonald, business editor Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits IT professionals in the UK and Ireland (UK&I) earn an average of more than 80,000 a year, according to the Computer Weekly 2018 salary survey. Though salary varies depending on region, job role and number of years in the industry, the research found the average annual salary of tech workers in the UK and Ireland is 81,116. This is slightly more than in previous years – in 2017 the average salary for UK&I IT workers was between 50,000 and 75,000, and in 2016, the average salary for tech workers in the UK&I was 64,590 a year. Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 2 of 23 The need for people in specialised roles such as those in cyber security and data science are on the rise, but because of the lack of people to fill these roles, it has also pushed up their expected annual pay. Years of experience paired with the role performed has a significant impact on average salary. For example, those in an executive vice-president (EVP), senior vice-president (SVP), vice-president (VP) or associate vice-president (AVP) role

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide with more than 30 years of experience make an average of 204,142, whereas members of the executive team who have more than 30 years of experience make an average of 96,011. Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals Those in executive team roles who have between 21 and 30 years of experience make more than those who have been around a long time – with an average salary of 205,444 a year. say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits There appear to be salary gaps between different roles in the UK&I technology industry, with higher positions such as EVPs, SVPs, VPs and AVPs earning an average of 183,894 and executive team members earning an average of 125,192, while other roles, such as managers or architects, will earn no more than 75,000 on average. General IT staff are only earning an average of 45,374, and not surprisingly, this group are more likely to take up an opportunity to move role or company to earn more money. Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 3 of 23 Around 45% of IT professionals in the UK and Ireland are not actively looking for new jobs, but are open to new opportunities. A focus on mental health in the workplace, as well as the importance of work-life balance has been increasing over the last few years, especially as people in tech are being encouraged to be more creative in the wake of job automation.

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries For those who are higher up in the picking order, benefits such as workplace flexibility, a shorter commute or a nicer office are more important, and 50% of EVPs, SVPs, VPs and AVPs said they would be open to new job opportunities if it meant an improvement in their work-life balance, alongside 52% of those in a director role and 23% of those in the C-suite. There are growing skills gaps in the UK when it comes to digital, with not just a lack of skilled tech professionals but also a general lack of basic digital skills as technology evolves the workplace. A majority of firms expect to face a skills shortage over the next year, and in last year’s salary survey, almost one-third of IT workers said they need more training to move forward in their career. Learning new skills Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 4 of 23 Around 31% of those in the C-suite said they would move roles or firms if they had the opportunity to learn new skills, as did 19% of general IT staff and 7% of directors. But none of those in EVP, SVP, VP and AVP roles said learning new skills would be an incentive for them to move role. Almost half of those who took part in Computer Weekly’s salary survey were in larger enterprises with more than 1,000 people, but across each role there was

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 5 of 23 not a big difference in salary for those working in larger businesses and those working in smaller businesses. For those on the executive team, the average salary in smaller firms with fewer than 100 employees came out at 104,631, whereas those in the same roles in enterprises averaged 159,022 a year. Similarly, those working as IT staff can expect to see around the same difference in salary between larger and smaller businesses, with IT staff averaging 34,317 a year in a small to medium-sized business and an average annual salary of 54,502 in a large enterprise. Next Article

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity UK&I reaches over 80,000 Clare McDonald, business editor Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms are not currently addressing any diversity issues, Computer Weekly has found. The 2018 annual Computer Weekly salary survey, which asked readers in the UK and Ireland about their careers in the tech sector, found 37% of respondents don’t know of any diversity topics currently being addressed in their organisations. Out of the diversity topics that are being addressed, talks around the gender equality gap in firms was the most popular, followed by ethnicity and age. Overall, 40% of companies believe they have plans in place to help improve the balance of men and women in the IT remit. Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 6 of 23 Larger organisations are more likely to be addressing topics related to diversity, with 47% of those in enterprises of more than 1,000 employees either agreeing or strongly agreeing that they have plans in place to help improve the gender balance in their organisations.

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 7 of 23 Many industry experts believe that if the diversity gap in the technology industry closes, the skills gap in the technology industry will start to close too. Almost 60% of those who answered the survey think that recruiting more women into the technology industry could help to close the long-standing IT skills gap. This is especially true of smaller businesses with fewer than 100 employees, where 62% agree or strongly agree that more women in the industry would help to close the skills gap, as do 77% of those in an executive vice-president, senior vice-president, vice-president or associate vice-president role across all business sizes. Cyber security is an example of where experts think women are an “untapped resource” and that encouraging more women into the specialism could work towards closing the skills gap. To begin closing the diversity gap in the technology industry, those at all levels of organisations think that men, who are predominantly in higher-up positions in organisations, should be doing their best to help and support women to enter the industry and rise up the ranks. Out of those asked as part of Computer Weekly’s survey, 57% agreed that men should be more involved in trying to help women to into the technology industry,

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries and not a single respondent in an executive vice-president, senior vicepresident, vice-president or associate vice-president role job role disagreed. But a majority of people at all levels in organisations believe that women have similar opportunities to men in their organisations, and 57% of women who were asked as part of the survey agreed. Almost 60% of respondents believe that men and women who have the same level of qualification are paid equally. But it has previously been found that in the UK technology industry women can expect to earn an average of 9% less than their male counterparts. In Computer Weekly’s 2017 salary survey, it was found that women in the technology industry are paid less than their male counterparts, regardless of the role they are in or how much experience they have. Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 8 of 23 A number of women said they wanted to move to a bigger company, while others said they wanted to continue their current role but earn more money. On average, Computer Weekly’s survey found IT teams are made up of 20% women. Small businesses had the highest percentage overall, with 34% of small businesses saying women make up 40% or more of their IT teams. However, the number of women responding to Computer Weekly’s survey has dropped for the third year in a row – from 18% in 2016, to 17% in 2017, to 14% in 2018.

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 9 of 23 Although many claim the number of women in the technology industry was higher in the 1980s, the same cannot be said of recent years, and many initiatives exist to encourage women of all ages into the technology industry to address this decline.

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 10 of 23 Overview

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 11 of 23 Salaries

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 12 of 23

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 13 of 23

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 14 of 23

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 15 of 23 Benefits

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 16 of 23

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 17 of 23 Diversity

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 18 of 23

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 19 of 23

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 20 of 23

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 21 of 23 Brexit

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 22 of 23 Survey respondent demographics

Salary Survey 2018/19 UK & Ireland In this e-guide Average technology salary in UK&I reaches over 80,000 Almost 40% of IT professionals say firms aren’t addressing diversity Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Getting more CW exclusive content As a CW member, you have access to TechTarget’s entire portfolio of 140 websites. CW access directs you to previously unavailable “platinum membersonly resources” that are guaranteed to save you the time and effort of having to track such premium content down on your own, ultimately helping you to solve your toughest IT challenges more effectively—and faster—than ever before. Take full advantage of your membership by visiting www.computerweekly.com/eproducts Images; stock.adobe.com Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics Page 23 of 23 2018 TechTarget. No part of this publication may be transmitted or reproduced in any form or by any means without written permission from the publisher.

Salary Survey analysis: Overview Salary Survey analysis: Salaries Salary Survey analysis: Benefits Salary Survey analysis Diversity Salary Survey analysis: Brexit Salary respondent demographics In this e-guide: Computer Weekly's 2018 Salary Survey gives us a snapshot of what IT professionals in the UK&I are getting paid, as well as

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