Tuesday, May 18, 2021

IT Salary Tracker: Java Professionals

Wages for Java pros are among the highest in IT, according to dice.com,
EarthWeb’s online job board for IT professionals. This group made an
average salary of $83,000 per year in December 2000, and an average
contract rate of $73 per hour.

Silicon Valley has the most demand for Java skills among metro areas,
with 21% of all job listings. The tech haven south of the Bay also boasts
the highest contract rate offerings in the nation, at an average $99 per
hour. Along with the highest demand, the place to be salaried is Silicon
Valley, where Java pros are being offered $98,000 per year on average.

Averages are based on 5,587 positions listed. Data came from available
jobs listed during December 2000 on dice.com. Results are based on
averages or totals from the following information on dice.com: salary,
job type, job skills, and location.

Highest salary by city (average):
Silicon Valley, $98,000 yearly salary

Highest contract rate by city (average):
San Francisco, $99 per hour

Most jobs per city:
Silicon Valley, 21% of total

Datamation/dice.com IT Salary Tracker
Java professionals: average contract rate by city

Source: dice.com
Datamation/dice.com IT Salary Tracker
Java professionals: average salary by job type

Source: dice.com
Datamation/dice.com IT Salary Tracker
Java professionals: average contract rate by job type

Source: dice.com
Datamation/dice.com IT Salary Tracker
Java professionals: distribution of jobs by city

Source: dice.com

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