Calculate Your Potential IT Salary

Today's information technology (IT) careers offer an incredible array of opportunity, variety, passion – and of course, earnings potential. As you may expect, there is a range of factors that influence what your IT salary could be, like years of experience, cost of living and regional market value. As you explore IT career path options, use the CompTIA IT Salary Calculator to estimate your salary and know your worth during your job search. The calculator includes salary data from 400 different metro areas, covering 85% of the U.S. population.

To begin, please select your current job (or desired IT occupation), your experience level and a location where you may want to work.

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Thanks for visiting the CompTIA information technology (IT) salary calculator. CompTIA compiled the underlying data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics May 2020 Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) Survey, the most recently available wage data at the metro area level. As noted, there are many factors that influence wages. Beyond location, occupation and job level, the size of the employer, the industry sector, the degree of competition for in-demand skills and many other factors can push wages up or down. Any citations from this wage calculator should be sourced to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and CompTIA.