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published: 17 Jan 2024 in Work

Prognosis of IT salaries in Poland 2024

Kamila Brzezińska
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In this article, you will find a summary of IT salaries in Poland for last year, as well as forecasts for 2024, based on the 2024 Salary Report by Hays Poland.
 Prognosis of IT salaries in Poland 2024

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Recruitment trends in the Polish IT industry

There was a time when moving to the IT industry was considered a universally smart move. The companies in this business tempt the employees with the promise of remote work, flexible working hours, and, most importantly, high earning potential.

But the last two years, with their unprecedented layoffs in the IT industry, have proven that perhaps some technology companies expanded beyond their limits. In 2023, the echo of the job cuts in the global giants like Google or Twitter resounded in Poland. It limited the number of new recruitments, as foreign investors started to take a considerably more cautious approach to this topic.

Still, according to the Hays’ 2024 Salary Report, IT remains a tempting perspective for those seeking employment. When asked which specializations the companies are most likely to recruit for in 2024, IT unchangingly remains at the very top of the list (36%). What is more, 93% of IT Tech enterprises declare that they plan to hire new talents in 2024.

Moreover, those working in the information technology industry seem to be quite upbeat about their professional perspectives (70%) – the only specialists more optimistic than them are Life Sciences specialists (77%).

That might be because even at in worst moment in 2023, the demand for IT specialists remains very high.


Salaries of IT professionals in Poland

Based on the data from 2023, we can see that the IT industry in Poland retains its high earning potential.

Monthly gross salary (in PLN)

Job title

Min. (PLN)

Avg. (PLN)

Max. (PLN)

IT Director/ CIO

27 000

47 000

60 000

Software Development Manager

25 000

35 000

42 000

Java Developer

13 000

18 000

22 000

.NET/ C# Developer

12 000

17 000

20 000

C/ C++ Developer

12 000

16 000

18 000

Big Data Developer

16 000

19 000

23 000

Front-end Developer

12 000

16 000

18 000

PHP Developer

10 000

14 000

17 000

Mobile Developer

14 000

18 000

20 000

RPA Developer

10 000

14 000

17 000

Automation Tester

12 000

16 000

18 000

Manual Tester

8 000

10 000

12 000

Business / System Analyst

13 000

16 000

19 000

IT Project Manager

13 000

18 000

22 000

Network Administrator

12 000

15 000

17 000

Unix / Linux Admin

13 000

16 000

19 000

Microsoft Windows Server Admin

13 000

16 000

19 000

Infrastructure Manager

17 000

22 000

25 000

Database Admin (Oracle, Microsoft SQL)

13 000

16 000

18 000

3rd Line Support

13 000

15 000

18 000

2nd Line Support

8 000

11 000

14 000

Service Desk Manager

15 000

20 000

25 000

SAP Consultant

19 000

25 000

29 000

SAP Business Analyst / Support

14 000

17 000

19 000

ABAP Developer

16 000

19 000

22 000

Security Manager

27 000

32 000

40 000


Sources:

Hays – Raport Płacowy 2024


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