The most important thing about your salary is that it pays the bills, but it can also reflect your standing in the field, how much your work is valued by your employer, and even the strength of the local and national economy where you work. So it's healthy to be curious; competitive, even. CIO.com's Tom Kaneshige mines the results from the Robert Half Technology 2014 IT Salary Guide to deliver the goods -- at least for workers in the United States: how much are CIOs, mobile developers, data architects, project managers, and senior web developers making in 2014? Get it at a glance on InfoWorld.
This story, "Does your pay measure up? The 2014 tech salary guide" was originally published by InfoWorld.