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Published: 17 Oct 2012

Are you earning enough? Are you paying your staff too much or too little? How we gathered our data The Storage salary survey was conducted in October 2003. Storage offered thousands of subscribers a confidential questionnaire and received 230 responses. In addition, Storage interviewed people who work in storage, as well as hiring managers and recruiters, to check that the statistical data from the survey reflected the real-world experience of storage professionals. For storage professionals, answers to these questions have remained buried, lost among more general data about IT salaries. Now, with Storage's first storage salary survey, storage professionals can stop reading between the lines. (See "How we gathered our data".) The survey reveals that in recent years storage salaries have experienced modest growth. And our survey respondents expect salaries to continue to increase in 2004. Recruiters and hiring managers, in interviews conducted after the survey, echoed the optimism for increased salaries and increased hiring. The so-called jobless recovery may... Access >>>

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