Lincolnshire, Ill., Aug. 9, 2000 – These days, many information technologies (IT) professionals are not only seeing their salaries skyrocket on an annual basis, but they are now receiving unprecedented flexibility from their employers as well, according to the new Hewitt Associates 2000 U.S. HOT Technologies Survey.

Hewitt Associates, a global management consulting firm, recently surveyed 216 large companies, reporting data on 38,465 IT employees with “hot” skills (skills in short supply, high demand and experiencing rapid changes in market value). This study found that IT professionals with the hottest skills often are averaging base pay increases of more than 10 percent per year, compared to national average annual increases of approximately 4 percent for non-IT salaried exempt U.S. employees.

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