According to a study conducted by CV Screen, the average salary for somebody in an IT job in London and the south-east is 20 per cent higher than those in the north.
The data suggests that IT professionals in London receive 14 per cent more than the UK average and those in the south-east earn 10.1 per cent more.
Matthew Iveson, managing director of the organisation, said that online recruitment has played a key role in shaping the sector and migration of candidates.
"The growth of online recruitment has also made it much easier for candidates to find local employment and with many technology companies choosing to base themselves out of London, there has definitely been a shift in the market," he explained.
Recently, a City Lifeline survey showed that spending on creating new IT sales recruitment jobs and other aspects of the information technology sector will continue to rise in the coming months.
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Posted by Nikki Barrister
Source: The Sales Engineer News