Wall Street & Technology’s Top 5 Galleries of 2012

It’s been quite a year for the financial services industry, which was hit by multi-million dollar hack attacks as well as spectacularly disastrous technology failures. We took a look at the most costly industry mishaps in our top galleries of 2012, while also shining the spotlight on some of the biggest mistakes CIOs make. But there is light at the end of the tunnel for chief technology officers: our recent salary survey showed that IT skills remain in short supply on Wall Street. So for those looking to recruit new talent -- or join the industry -- we took a look at Wall Street’s top technology schools.
December 28, 2012

4. 2012 Salary Survey Shows IT Skills Remain In Short Supply On The Street

In the 2012 Salary Survey from Wall Street & Technology, Bank Systems & Technology and InformationWeek, we took a look at what’s top of the mind for IT employees in the financial industry.

Ed’s Note: Our 2012 salary survey showed it’s a good time to brush up your IT skills: While financial firms lay off thousands of employees, specialized IT skills remain in short supply and are demanding a premium in the marketplace. Meanwhile, total compensation, which includes base salary and bonus, is up for both IT staff and managers.

[Check out the gallery here.]

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