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Short Take: Webmasters raking it in, especially men

The average salary for Webmasters rose 6.9 percent to $60,100 from $56,200 in 1996, according to a Network Computing survey. The study also found that female Webmasters earn 8 percent less than their male colleagues and that men outnumber women in the profession by more than nine to one.

The average salary for Webmasters rose 6.9 percent to $60,100 from $56,200 in 1996, according to a Network Computing survey. The study also found that female Webmasters earn 8 percent less than their male colleagues and that men outnumber women in the profession by more than nine to one.