Staggered to read the below article this morning.  

I have personally witnessed on-site, installation management salaries escalate over the past five years, but not quite to this extent.

I am obviously going to ask this, but with such skill sets demanding dramatic increases, I would be interested to hear if firms have employed the services of a true, research led headhunter as opposed to a more reactionary advertising approach.  In a discipline or industry where there is a perceived shortage of skills, companies should be willing to invest in a researched based headhunter.  This will provide an objective viewpoint on the market, having proactively approached target individuals who may not be looking on job boards.