Web designers will experience the largest salary increases of any job classification, with an expected gain of 5.5 percent that will bring their average salary to between $50,750 and $83,000 annually.
Base compensation for ERP technical developers who tailor ERP software for a specific organization is projected to increase 5.2 percent next year, to a range of $79,250 to $109,500.
Pre-sales engineers and technical engineers will also see a 5.2 percent bump in pay, up to $69,000 to $97,500.
Consultancies should expect to pay 3.3 percent more for practice managers, who will receive between $98,500 to $135,000 in 2011.
Average starting salaries for business intelligence analysts will rise 5 percent, to the range of $82,500 to $116,250 annually.
Data modelers can expect base compensation in the range of $80,750 to $111,250, a gain of 4.5 percent over 2010.
Network managers will see average starting salaries rise 4.3 percent, to the range of $79,250 to $109,500 per year.
Base compensation for IT auditors will increase 4.2 percent, with starting salaries of $77,750 to $108,000 annually, on average.
Network Architects are expected to have the highest base salary average among non-executive/management positions within the IT realm, ranging from $90,000 to $129,250.
The report showed that 51 percent of CIOs still believe it is difficult to find skilled IT professionals.