Are IT training managers underpaid?

Four out of five IT managers do not believe IT trainers should be paid more, despite a survey showing that IT training staff feel...

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Four out of five IT managers do not believe IT trainers should be paid more, despite a survey showing that IT training staff feel undervalued, according to this week's Computer Weekly/ Harvey Nash Big Question poll.

Research by the Institute of IT Training found that IT training managers earn about £10,000 a year less than other IT managers. It argued that in-house IT training is undervalued as a result.

However, 81% of the IT managers polled in our Big Question survey said IT trainers should not be paid more. "They are paid far too much as it is," one IT manager said.

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