Twin Cities IT Salary Guide for 2017

Our 2017 Salary Guide data comes from a variety of sources – actual salaries ranging from Fortune 500 and mid-sized companies, to smaller emerging companies, and local and national research. Check out our infographic below, or view our IT Salary Guide.

ESP IT 2017 Tech Salary Guide Inforgraphic

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ESP IT continues to monitor and analyze Minnesota tech hiring trends, compensation, and benefits information in order to better serve our clients. The market insight in this infographic comes from our team of IT staffing experts, along with local and national research sources, including the Minnesota High Tech Association. If you have any questions or comments about our 2017 Tech Salary Guide, please contact us.

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ESP’s 2014 Salary Survey: an IT Pro’s Market

Projected IT Salary Trends for Minnesota IT Professionals

2014 Salary Survey letterOur 2014 Salary Survey projects average salary increases of 5.3% for professional IT staff, 4.8% for Managers, and 2% for IT Executives, as compared with our 2013 Salary Survey. The highest salary increases are expected to be in the areas of Data/Database Administration (9.5%), Software Development (8.7%), and Security (7.7%).

National Surveys report that 66% of employers are providing motivators to retain talent, but only 57% of IT professionals feel satisfied with their current salaries, and 65% of IT professionals feel confident they will be able to acquire a new and better position in 2014.

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Introducing esp.com 12.0

Last week, ESP launched our new, completely redesigned website (and blog). We jumped on the website-bandwagon early, securing esp.com as our domain and joining the world wide web in 1993, just two years after it was launched for public use. To keep up with the ever-changing nature of web pages www.esp.com has constantly been tweaked and changed, including at least 12 major revisions since its first go-live.

Our new site answers some of the issues we’ve had with our most recent revision by making it easier for us to connect with, and in turn make connections between, our clients and our job seekers. Are you looking for IT professionals or are you looking for a job? Your unique needs drove a design and layout that would easily allow you to find what you’re looking for. Through the main navigation bar or the convenient links and toolbar on the home page, access what you need without needing to dig through pages.

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