Take part in the ACN IT Salary Survey!

The annual survey explores the current state of salaries and other employment issues within the regional IT sector
Insights from last year's survey showed improved overall confidence in the market, which rose up to 61.11% from 2015. Additionally, 54% of participants reported being quite satisfied with their job.
Insights from last year's survey showed improved overall confidence in the market, which rose up to 61.11% from 2015. Additionally, 54% of participants reported being quite satisfied with their job.

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By ?subject=ACN%20Salary%20Survey%202017%20">Alexander Sophoclis Pieri   

The 2017 edition of the ACN IT Salary Survey is now live and open to all IT professionals in the Middle East region. 

The survey, which is now in its sixth iteration, delves into the current challenges facing IT employees in the Middle East, as well as current state of IT salaries.

In an effort to compile a comprehensive view of the current state of IT salaries in the region, ACN is inviting all IT professionals based in the Middle East to complete the survey here.

The survey is completely anonymous, with no personal data required. This year's ACN IT Salary Survey will close on 5th September, 2017.

TAKE PART IN THE SURVEY HERE

Insights from last year's survey showed improved overall confidence in the market, which rose up to 61.11% from 2015. Additionally, 54% of participants reported being quite satisfied with their job.

In terms of participation, the bulk of survey participants were based in the UAE (78.06%) with the other two major contributors being Saudi Arabia (7.74%) and Kuwait (2.58%).

This year's results of the survey will be revealed in the October issue of ACN, along with analysis and comment from industry professionals.

For feedback on the survey, please contact the ACN editor Alexander Sophoclis Pieri on alexander.pieri@itp.com.

TAKE PART IN THE SURVEY HERE

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