Computerworld Research

Computerworld conducts surveys of its readership throughout the year on issues affecting enterprise IT users. Below is a description of each survey project along with key dates and links to past reports.

We’re interested in hearing from you. If you’d like to take part in upcoming Computerworld surveys and be notified when nomination forms are posted, please send an email to Ken Mingis, Executive Editor of Computerworld.

This year’s special reports:

IT Salary Survey

Published annually in the spring
Computerworld‘s annual salary survey evaluates IT salaries, including base pay, bonuses and total compensation packages, for key IT job titles. The survey also provides comparative salaries for a number of different industries as well as regional comparisons.

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