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E-salary info for 1999 and 2000.
January 23, 2000
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Dear Workforce:

Do you have any salary figures for Internet businesses?
—Cindy Savkov, Comp Administrator, Quest Diagnostics

A

Dear Cindy:

Here are some salary figures for 1999, followed by projections for 2000. Figures are given in thousands of dollars.

E-Commerce Specialist
1999: 45-73
2000: 53-82.5
14.8 % increase

Web Developer
1999: 47-65.5
2000: 48.75-71.250
6.7% increase

E-Mail Administrator
1999: 43.5-59.5
2000: 46.25-63
6.1% increase

Network Architect
1999: 64-80.5
2000: 67.25-85.5
5.7% increase

Security Administrator
1999: 50-73.75
2000: 53.75-75.75
4.6% increase

Webmaster
1999: 51.5-73
2000: 54.75-75.25
4.4% increase

SOURCES: Internet World, January 1, 2000 and RHI Consulting.

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