Top perks that IT professionals should ask for

The job market has rebounded and now's the time to seek career-boosting incentives

You've been slaving away at your job since the economic downturn, taking on more work with no raise in pay and believing a light would one day appear at the end of the tunnel. According to both DICE and Robert Half Technology, that day is here.

In Robert Half's 2014 IT Salary Guide, salaries for most job titles increased more than 5% from 2013 to 2014, and they ranged above a 7% increase for certain job titles, including developer/programmer analyst, data architect and business intelligence analyst. Meanwhile, according to DICE, average salaries for tech professionals are up nearly 3% to $87,811.

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