Technology departments are in a state of flux, assaulted by the cloud which has forced many traditional jobs out of the corporate window.
And with new demands springing up every other week (Digital transformation! DevOps! Continuous delivery! Agile! All by next Thursday!) now is a great time to take stock of your career, and make sure you're on the right trajectory.
To that end, we've put together a list of the top 10 best paid, and most in-demand, jobs in IT.
All salaries are approximate, and per annum. In many cases there will be a surrounding package including bonus and share options, which hasn't been taken into account here.
10. Analytics manager - £60,000
Analytics is increasingly important to organisations, and the person tasked with the job of gathering and managing that data has risen in prominence accordingly.
The analytics manager also has to select and manage the big data and analytics systems, and find the most relevant insights to share with the business.
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