Indonesia: IT Salary Benchmark 2010

15 Jan

By Staff, ZDNet Asia on December 2, 2010

Summary

Indonesian IT professionals with over 10 years of industry experience earned average annual paycheck of 109.7 million rupiah.
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ZDNet Asia conducted an online survey between October 2009 and November 2010, to gain insights into salary trends and the IT workforce in Asia.

The study polled a total of 14,998 respondents from various sectors including government, healthcare, IT, services, telecommunications, legal and finance, and across eight Asian economies: China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.

There were 1,269 respondents from Indonesia, holding full-time positions with job functions that cut across several areas such as systems development, project management and support.

In addition, 141 respondents from the economy were either contract or independent consultants, while another 51 held part-time positions, working fewer than 28 hours a week.

Respondents who had IT management responsibilities in the media, marketing and sales sector were the highest paid among their peers in Indonesia, pulling in an average salary of 144.3 million rupiah a year.

In the following charts, IDR denotes the Indonesian rupiah.

Average annual salary by IT skills and years of experience (IDR)

Sumber:
http://www.zdnetasia.com/indonesia-it-salary-benchmark-2010-62204816.htm

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