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Infographic: 2012 Salary and Skills report
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Haven't you heard? The USA is the rest of the world!
How about Offshoring...
*The Big Mac Index is an informal index which relates the average time to work for a general Hamburger in a FastFood-store and is used to compare cost of living around the world.
same player shoots again (in the E.U.)
The same for the E.U. would be nice, as there are more IT professionnals and more overall people than in the U.S.A.
Two certs, but do you have 16 years of experience?
Keep in mind the only certifications on the list are ones that Global Knowledge has courses for. This infographic is primarily an advertisement. The message is if you get one of these certs (which they just happen to sell courses for) you too can make the big bucks.
Yet another caveat: people don't always answer truthfully on surveys.
bls.gov (Bureau of Labor Statistics) gives tax-accurate information, and you can dig down to just your occupational area in your metro area. You can't dig into exact job titles, though.
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