Versique Search & Consulting Launches 2015 IT Salary Guide
October 24, 2014
October 24, 2015 – Versique Search & Consulting recently launched the 2015 Minnesota IT Salary Guide. This guide is a comprehensive resource for hiring trends and compensation information in the Minnesota Information Technology industry.
Along with information about attracting and retaining top talent, the 2015 IT Salary Guide includes salary ranges for various IT positions broken down by job function, title, and company size.
The information in the guide – collected from in-depth research, our extensive applicant database, and hundreds of permanent and consulting placements – aims to assist both job seekers in their search for the right career fit, and hiring managers and leadership in their search for top talent.
“We want our clients and candidates to know where they stand in the marketplace and what they can expect when they start a career search,” said Tony Sorensen, CEO and Founder of Versique. “By releasing this information in a comprehensive guide, we want to ensure both companies and job seekers feel prepared for the future of the IT industry.”
Versique also recently launched the 2015 HR Salary Guide.
Versique is a high-performance recruiting firm that specializes in interim solutions, direct hire, and executive leadership search. Our team of experienced professionals and seasoned leaders across various areas of expertise and industries have been in your shoes. We can quickly assess your whole people picture and identify the elements that will take your business to the next level.
In 2019, 2020, and 2021 Versique was recognized as Star Tribune Top Workplace, was nominated as a Best of Business Finalist by Twin Cities Business, and made the Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal's list of Twin Cities Largest Executive Search Firms. Versique also ranks as one of the top 25 most socially/marketing engaged staffing firms in the country and #1 in Minnesota by LinkedIn.
The Versique brand represents a powerful combination of “versatile” and “unique” as it hints at the concept of “search” in its pronunciation: ver-seek.