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Financial markets IT salary survey: 2003-2004

Financial markets IT salary survey: 2003-2004

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Thomson Keene's annual financial markets IT salary survey provides a guide to compensation levels for the bonus year 2003.

The document lists the compensation levels of a number of IT functions - from head of IT to junior java developer - and day rates for contractors.

The overall picture for salaried staff is one of increasing levels. The most significant increases are for developers and analysts. These candidates are in demand and the supply of good ones, particularly with banking experience, is relatively low.

Key development skills will be C#, Java, .Net as well as continued demand for good C++ experience. Hot product areas will continue to be front office derivatives but as the equity markets improve they will also need to hire; as will risk areas with increased regulatory pressures.

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