Global ITAM salaries rise 13.3%, female salaries growing quicker – community survey reveals
A salary survey conducted back in March this year reveals that salaries for ITAM Review readers across the globe have risen 13.34% since 2014.
Thanks to the 352 respondents that took the time to provide their feedback for the 2017 ITAM Review salary survey.
The survey delved into recruitment trends, career satisfaction for ITAM Review readers and of course the crucial topic of salaries.
Women in ITAM
32% of survey respondents were female. Compare this to 26% of the US workforce in a professional computing occupation according to the national center for women and IT, or 30% of women working in 11 of world’s largest tech companies.
So whilst ITAM gender balance might be on a par with other IT professions, we still have a while to go given the size of the female workforce (59% of the US labour force are women and 46% in the EU).
To hear about women leading the ITAM field check out our podcasts with Kylie Fowler, Filipa Preston and Charlotte Craven.
Female ITAM salaries growing quicker
The global average salary from the survey was £62,219, up 13.34% from 2014. Global inflation since 2014 has been roughly 3% so ITAM salaries are outstripping inflation by quite a margin, but I’m not sure how this compares to average IT salary growth, I would be interested to hear from anyone that has data or experience to share on this.
In the last three years female salaries have grown quicker (16.69% for female versus 10.43% for male). The highest salary averages were recorded for USA, Australia, the Netherlands and Germany (see table below).
I’ll share more insights and data from the survey over the coming months – including sharing full details and hosting an interactive discussion on salary trends at our USA and Australian conferences.
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About Martin Thompson
Martin is also the founder of ITAM Forum, a not-for-profit trade body for the ITAM industry created to raise the profile of the profession and bring an organisational certification to market. On a voluntary basis Martin is a contributor to ISO WG21 which develops the ITAM International Standard ISO/IEC 19770.
He is also the author of the book "Practical ITAM - The essential guide for IT Asset Managers", a book that describes how to get started and make a difference in the field of IT Asset Management. In addition, Martin developed the PITAM training course and certification.
Prior to founding the ITAM Review in 2008 Martin worked for Centennial Software (Ivanti), Silicon Graphics, CA Technologies and Computer 2000 (Tech Data).
When not working, Martin likes to Ski, Hike, Motorbike and spend time with his young family.
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