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Vol. 3 No. 10 December 2004

Storage salaries edge up

Survey Methodology: The data used in this report was gathered through an e-mail survey conducted in October 2004. The survey was sent to Storage subscribers. More than 220 people responded. Telephone interviews were also conducted with selected survey respondents and others who manage storage. The sputtering economic recovery cast a shadow over this year's storage salaries and bonuses--they're higher than 2003, but not by much. While salaries and bonuses inched upward, hiring remained flat and, according to respondents to Storage magazine's second annual storage industry salary survey, 2005 is expected to be a better year for compensation than 2004. In an effort to create the industry's only picture of hiring and salary trends for storage professionals, Storage has once again surveyed its readership about their salary and employment. In addition to the survey's more than 220 respondents, we interviewed a number of storage employees, IT managers and industry observers to get further insights into the storage hiring situation. ...

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  • Storage salaries edge up

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