We invite to read the IT Salary and Trends Report 2023

The current situation in Poland’s IT market is dynamic and far from stable. The constantly rising costs of doing business in Poland and heavily publicized mass redundancies in the IT sector overseas have caused a sense of uncertainty and slowed down the development plans of some enterprises.

On the other hand, the demand for experienced employees in Poland is remains strong. According to the "IT Salary and Trends Report 2023", Poland still lacks 25,000 IT specialists. Where is the Polish IT industry headed in 2023? We invite you to read!

To reflect the latest trends, our report is illustrated with stunning AI-assisted graphics.

What you can find within the Report?

The IT Salary and Trends Report 2023 contains a key data and expert commentary on the sector’s current situation and the most important IT trends. In this year’s edition you will be able to find:

  • salary tables for selected IT positions by location
  • description of IT sector’s current situation, both domestic and global
  • answer to the question of whether Poland is an good investment destination
  • demand for talent, measured by the number of job offers
  • academic potential, meaning the number of students and graduates of selected IT degrees  (listed below)
  • results of a survey involving IT employees and specialists, carried out between February and March 2023, using the CAWI method. It encompassed 306 respondents, of which 298 declared being currently employment in the IT sector. The results were supplemented by commentary of Grafton Recruitment’s and external expertsHR trends in the sector, with expert commentary
  • benefits
  • comprehensive information about reskilling towards IT
  • new office space trends.
IT Salary and Trends Report 2023

The Report is available free of charge for business purposes only and is meant primarily for:

  • managers of IT and HR operations departments
  • managers of business units and IT teams
  • investors and organizations planning to expand
  • IT specialists

A prerequisite for receiving free access to the Report is to provide identification and account data in the form below, allowing us to present our offer and verify the usefulness of data contained in the Report.

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Privacy Policy.


Why are we presenting you with these rules on the processing of personal data?

We have drafted these rules on the processing of personal data to clarify what we do to ensure that your personal data remain safe and confidential. The aim of this document is to provide you with information about the personal data we collect, why we collect it, how we use it, what sources we receive it from, what the purpose of collecting is, who we are permitted to provide the data to, and where you can get additional information about which of your personal data is processed and how it is secured.

Please note that if you do not consent to the processing of your personal data or to the privacy policy, you cannot use our services.

If you have already used our services in the past, you are probably aware that we offer employment agency-related services personally or through our website www.grafton.pl , as well as through other ways, including partner websites or social media. This information sheet on the processing of personal data applies to any and all personal data which we collect through these platforms or by other means linked to these platforms.

Grafton as the controller of your personal data

Grafton Recruitment  Sp. z o.o. with its seat in Warsaw, at the address: Rondo Ignacego Daszyńskiego 1, 00-843 Warsaw, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw in Warsaw, under the number KRS 0000744760, NIP 527-28-61-049,, is the controller of your personal data. The fact that we are a controller of personal data means that we respect the principles of personal data processing and treat your personal data solely in accordance with applicable laws, decide on the purpose and means of the processing your personal data, and ensure that your personal data is properly secured. We protect your personal data using state-of-the-art technology and we regularly evaluate and update our processes behind securing your personal data.

Why do we process your personal data?

Whether you are looking for a job, replying to a specific listing, creating a profile on our website, providing us with your CV, or contacting us for job information in other ways (electronically, in writing, on our recruitment form, by telephone, etc.), you are providing us with your personal data, which we process throughout the entire process of job placement and when providing our services. All of our services relate to job searching, the recruitment process, and personal development.

What personal data do we process?

We may process the following personal data or categories of personal data. This does not mean that we process all the personal data below for each candidate. For example, we are unable to fully list the personal data that job applicants submit to us in their CVs and other related documents. Please note that examples may not be exhaustive.

Name, last name

Academic title, education achieved

Permanent address, contact address

Country of citizenship

Date and place of birth, PESEL

Native language

Phone number, email address

Expected remuneration / salary

Driver’s license

Information listed on your resume, your profile on our website, the attachments to your reply to the listing or your request for job information

Work experience / information about previous or current employment

Information about registration with the Labor Office

Photograph (if you provide it to us as an attachment to your CV)

Link to your profile on the social networks

Information on commencing employment, amount of salary, termination of employment

Language skills, special skills/knowledge and professional qualifications

Assessment of personality characteristics

Why do we process your personal data?

We only process your personal data for legitimate reasons. Unless otherwise specified, we process the personal data of job applicants only with their express consent, or in connection with the performance of the contract concluded with us, as applicable. If we retain your personal data, e.g. due to legal dispute, such processing is based on our legitimate interest. Any transfer of candidates' personal data to our contractual partners who assist us with the recruitment of new candidates is based on our legitimate interests.

What purposes do we process your data for?

Processing your personal data enables us to facilitate activity as an employment agent and provide related services, which include, but are not limited to, the response to your employment application and correspondence between you and your potential employers during the recruitment process. We further process personal data for marketing and statistical purposes.

Personal data is collected to facilitate an effective recruitment process for applicants and clients when assessing your skills, experience, qualifications, and suitability for both existing and future jobs that may be of interest to you. In particular, we assess whether you are suitable for the job as a candidate and that your education, experience and language skills meet the requirements of the listing, and whether the remuneration is in line with your expectations.

Our website allows you to submit attachments with your application to a specific position. You submit these attachments on a voluntary basis, and the personal data contained in the attachments will be processed only for the purposes of assessing your suitability, as the candidate, for the position.

Your profile on our website allows you to link your job application with your social networking accounts (such as LinkedIn). If you choose to provide a link to your social network account, we may process not only this link but also the data on your accounts, but only in connection with our activity as an employment agent.

Where do we get your personal data from?

We receive the majority of personal data that we process directly from you. Sometimes we also receive your personal data from third parties, e.g. from job applicant portals or from your previous employers, in cases when you have provided us with their contact information.

How long do we store your data for?

We only process personal data for the period of time that is necessary for the purpose for which we are processing it. Assuming you do not delete your profile or terminate your contractual relationship with us, we process your personal data for 90 months and then, we discard it.

Who is your personal data transferred to?

Due to the fact that we process your personal data specifically for the purpose of our activities as an employment agent and to provide related services, we transfer your data to employers looking for employees to fill position listings. Personal data processed as per this information sheet may further be provided to authorized state authorities, institutions or other entities when the conditions specified by legal regulation are met. Should it be necessary to fulfill the purpose of processing personal data necessary for the performance of our legal obligations or our contractual obligations, should this be necessary to protect our legitimate interests, or should it follow from your consent, we may transfer your personal data to external suppliers, who support us during the recruitment process.

What are your rights?

You have the right to request information about your personal data and access it. You further have the right to ask us to correct or delete your personal data or to limit its processing. You may also object to the processing of your personal data or request the portability of the data. However, please note that we do not always have to comply with your cancellation, limitation, objection or portability request. Case-by-case reviews of our legal obligations and exemptions from these rights will be made. You have also the right to withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data if we process it on the basis of consent, however the withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of data processing that we have made on the basis of consent before its withdrawal.

You also have the right to address your claim, complaint, or other query directly to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.

Contact details of the Data Protection Officer

Should you have any questions regarding the processing of your personal data, please contact our data protection officer on the following e-mail: iod@gigroup.com

Marketing communications

We may also use your personal data, among other purposes, to send you commercial messages regarding our employment agency services, both electronically and via SMS. We may use this data for these communications unless you (the addressee) have declined this option.

You have the right to decline receiving commercial messages at any time. You may do so via email, grafton@grafton.pl , through your profile, by following the link in a commercial message, or by sending a message to any of the contacts listed in these rules for the processing of personal data. You can do so also by filling out our contact questionnaire on Grafton website.

Not every message that we send you is a commercial message. We also use your contact information to communicate with you, e.g. when sending out information on changes to the General Terms and Conditions or these rules for the processing of personal data.

Marketing agreement
I consent to the sending of commercial information via the e-mail address and telephone number indicated by me, i.e. the use of telecommunications terminal equipment for direct marketing purposes.