NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Technology recruiters have seen a resurgence in demand for services for professionals in the space, as mobile applications, software developers, designers, and infrastructure jobs have taken off.
While the overall tech salaries for 2011 are not out yet, the trend from 2006-10 showed a vast increase. Overall salaries rose approximately 14%, and Silicon Valley salaries rose 16% during this time frame, according to data from Alice Hill, managing director at Dice.com a technology job-search Web site. Considering the strains on supply, salaries are only likely to go higher in 2011 and 2012.
Anything mobile related is very much in demand, "particularly in e-commerce," Diana Dyeovich, a technical recruiter said. Developers have seen an increase in demand for their services, and as such, as increase in pay.With people increasingly using their smartphones and tablets on a daily basis for their data consumption, salaries can be expected to rise.
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