Recruiting and staffing specialist Robert Half Technology has been pinpointing in its annual guide to tech salaries the sectors where IT jobs are going to increase next year. Among the high demand occupations identified by their reports, starting salaries are projected to increase 3.8% in 2017.
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Here is a list of the expected salary spectrum for 2017 for each of the 10 network-related title and their job descriptions– please bear in mind that bonuses or incentives are not included:
- Network architects – They design and build data communication networks, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and intranets..
2017 salary range: £95,00 – £130,000
- Network security engineers – They are responsible for implementing, maintaining, supporting, developing and designing communication networks within an organisation or between organisations.
2017 salary range: £85,000 – £120,000
- Wireless network engineers – They design, implement, and optimise a company’s wireless LAN and other wireless technologies.
2017 salary range: £85,000 – £120,000
- Network security administrators – They are responsible for installing, administering and troubleshooting your organisation’s security solutions.
2017 salary range: £80,000 – £115,000
- Network managers – They are responsible for installing and maintaining your company’s computer networks, and also to train staff to provide first rate technical support.
2017 salary range: £75,000 – £115,000
- Network engineers – They are responsible for maintaining the systems that allow organisations to function and communicate, both internally and externally, on a daily basis.
2017 salary range: £75,000 – £110,00
- Technical sales engineers – They use their technical knowledge along with sales skills to provide advice and support on a range of products, for which a certain level of expertise is needed.
2017 salary range: £70,000 – £105,000
- Telecommunications managers – They oversee all aspects of a telecommunications system, including installation, maintenance and troubleshooting.
2017 salary range: £70,000 – £100,000
- Network administrators – They are responsible for installing network and computer systems, as well as maintaining, repairing and upgrading network and computer systems.
2017 salary range: £60,000 – £90,000
- Telecommunications specialists – They design video, data, and voice communication systems. They may oversee the installation and maintenance of these systems, including their repair and testing.
2017 salary range: £50,000 – £75,000