Two US surveys show that Internet professionals earn more than the national average, particularly for the male of the species.
'The Washington Post' conducted a survey of 7,000 online staff and found the ratio of men to women was 2.5 to one, and the average remuneration in the Washington DC-Baltimore area was $53,523, compared to the white-collar average of $38,660.
Toppmeyer Research conducted a survey of Web professionals and concluded that salaries increased by over nine per cent this year, taking the average salary from just under $55,000 to $59,600.
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