Want a raise? 11 IT jobs set for 6%-9% pay hikes in 2012

If you've got mobility, data analysis, security or collaboration skills, a pay raise might be in your future

Mobility, data overload, security threats and collaboration demands are creating opportunities for enterprise IT pros with skills in these areas to command more pay, according to new data from Robert Half Technology.

For instance, starting salaries for mobile application developers are expected to rise 9.1% over 2010 levels to a range of $85,000 to $122,500 in 2012, according to the staffing firm's newly published Salary Guide 2012.

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"The demand for professionals who can help companies take advantage of new technologies, such as mobile media or popular collaboration tools, is outpacing the supply in some cases," said John Reed, executive director of Robert Half Technology, in a statement. "This has resulted in higher starting salaries within certain specialty areas." (See also: 5 tech pros companies want to hire)

Here are 10 other IT roles that Robert Half says will enjoy pay hikes of at least 6% in 2012:

* Database developer: starting salaries will range from $82,000 to $119,750 in 2012, up 6.9% on average;

* Senior Web developer: starting salaries will range from $85,750 to $118,500 in 2012, up 6.9% on average;

* Data warehouse analyst: starting salaries will range from $88,000 to $119,000 in 2012, up 6.7% on average;

* Software engineer: starting salaries will range from $78,250 to $119,500 in 2012, up 6.6% on average;

* Software developer: starting salaries will range from $70,000 to $111,000 in 2012, up 6.5% on average;

* Business intelligence analyst: starting salaries will range from $87,750 to $123,500 in 2012, up 6.3% on average;

* Data architect: starting salaries will range from $97,500 to $134,250 in 2012, up 6.2% on average;

* Network architect: starting salaries will range from $95,500 to $137,000 in 2012, up 6% on average;

* Data security analyst: starting salaries will range from $89,000 to $121,500 in 2012, up 6% on average; and

* Web designer: starting salaries will range from $53,750 to $88,000 in 2012, up 6% on average.

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