2015 Utah Technology Salary Survey Results Kyli McKay-Bishop & Paul Parsons
Overview: • Methodologies used for the Utah survey and National values • Comparison of National job titles to local job titles • Comparison of National salaries to local salaries • Distribution of local salaries • Job satisfaction • Factors that contribute to job satisfaction
Why Individuals Were Satisfied or Dissatisfied: • Satisfied: • Opportunity to grow and learn • Teammates, work environment, and coworkers • Flexibility • Good management / Boss • Dissatisfied: • Management impeding progress or unwilling to try new things • Technical Debt • Salary
Additional Results: • Find survey results here: http://www.meetup.com/Utah-QA-User-Group/files/ • In addition to what was covered tonight you can also see: • Educational Background • Skill sets • Company size’s • Years in industry and years in current position • Bonus information
2015 Utah Technology Salary SurverMethodology The 2015 Utah Salary Survey was administered online and includes data from 142 employed technology professionals in the greater Salt Lake City, Utah area; unemployed technology professionals were removed from the data set as well as individuals that did not complete the survey. Responses were collected between March 4, 2015 and April 16, 2015. Respondents were invited to participate in the survey through email lists generated by the Utah QA User Group, the Utah Java User Group, and notifications on the Meetup.com pages for these groups. The survey was facilitated through Survey Monkey and responses were restricted to one per computer using a cookie methodology in the browser.
National Average Methodology The Robert Half Technology 2015 Salary Guide is based on the thousands of interim and full-time placements they make each year, market observations of the Robert Half Technology staffing and recruiting professionals, and frequent survey of CIOs and other IT professionals. Source: Robert Half Technology 2015 Salary Guide