Reduce IT costs by nearshoring to Mexico
According to PayScale: The average annual salary for software engineers in the United States is $80,720, where as in Mexico the average annual salary is $12,071. Software engineers in the United States get paid 6 times more than in Mexico. This comparison holds true for other positions such as IT project managers or senior software engineers. IT project managers in the United States and Mexico, on average, make an annual salary of $84,55 and $16,324, respectively. About 5 times more in the United States. Senior software engineers in the United States and Mexico, make an average annual salary of $99,420 and $23,522, respectively. About 4 times more in the United States.
What does this mean?: CIOs are consistently faced with pressures to reduce IT costs and remain competitive. Consider nearshoring as means of reducing costs without sacrificing quality. Why is your company spending $150 an hour for IT in the US when it costs $36 an hour in Mexico? Check out nearshoring as a potential option for your company to reduce its IT costs by 25-50%.
To learn more about salaries, check out PayScale.
To find out more information about nearshoring IT and Mexico, check out Nearshore Technology.