Chief information officers on college campuses saw their annual income increase 1.4 times more than the lowest paid IT staffers last year, expanding an already large income gap in college IT offices.
[caption id="attachment_59793" align="alignleft" width="150"] There exists a wide income gap among CIOs.[/caption]
Those findings and others were detailed in a report released Oct. 16 at the EDUCAUSE 2013 conference in Anaheim, Calif., where campus technologists gathered to discuss the latest trends, problems, and solutions in educational technology.
The report, "IT Salaries in Higher Education," shows a growing and persistent income gap...