How much do IT managers really earn?

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Public sector salaries

Public sector salaries

Salaries for IT managers in the public sector average about £40,000. The highest salaries are found in public administration, and the lowest in education. Salaries here are generally lower than the private sector, where figures of £50,000 to £60,000 are more common.

 

How much do IT managers earn? Find out the going rates for the job in this analysis from Kew Associates. The following graphics show the best paying sectors for IT managers, and assess how pay levels have risen over the past five years. For more IT charts and statistics, visit Computer Weekly Data Bank.

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