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European Software Developers’ Salary [Infographic]

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Software Developer Salary in Europe

Software Development

The infographic was created by Adoriasoft team basing on the survey by O’Reilly. According to which  technologies such as Javascript, HTML, CSS, Python, Bash and Java have marked the year as most widely used programming languages of 2016. At the same time, Java alongside PHP and C/C++ were still used by programmers, but not so frequently as before.

The top paying technologies in 2016 according to StackOverflow were F#, Dart, Cassandra, Spark, Hadoop, Clojure, Scala, Salesforce, Redis, Go, Cloud (AWS, Azure, GAE, etc). The most trending technologies were React, Spark, Swift, Cassandra, Raspberry Pi, Node.js, Cloud and Python.

The highest salaries software engineers received in the US, Switzerland and Japan. Also developers in Northern and Western Europe tend to have higher salaries than their colleagues in Eastern European countries.

Finally, programmers got higher salaries with cloud-related technologies and such languages as Swift, Go, Scala and Python, which the majority of software development community is eager to learn within 1-2 years.


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2016 European Software Developers' Salary

  • 5,00 software engineers took part in the survey
  • 1,353 of them are from European countries
  • 51 countries
  • 50 US states

The highest salaries are in Switzerland, the UK, Ireland, Denmark, and Norway.

In the horizontal bar charts, we include the interquartile range (IQR) to show the middle 50% of respondents' answers to questions such as salary. One quarter of the respondents has a salary below the displayed range, and one quarter has a salary above the displayed range.

The IQRs are represented by colored, horizontal bars. On each of these colored bars, the white vertical band represents the median value.

TOTAL SALARY

SHARE OF RESPONDENTS

(Salary in US Dollars)

  • $0k 3%
  • $20k 18%
  • $40k 23%
  • $60k 24%
  • $80k 14%
  • $100k 8%
  • $120k 4%
  • $140k 3%
  • $160k 2%
  • $180k 1%
  • 200k .5%
  • >$200k 1%

Top countries where respondents were based

  • UK (26%)
  • Germany (14%)
  • Spain (6%)
  • Poland (5%)
  • the Netherlands (5%)
  • 10% not in the EU
  • Top industries
  • Software (35%)
  • IT consulting (14%)
  • Finance (6%)
  • Media (4%)
  • E-commerce (4%)
  • The rest > 3% (37%)

Company Age

  • >20 32%
  • 11-20 28%
  • 6-10 years 19%
  • 2-5 years 16%
  • <2 years 6%

Company Size

  • 1 (4%)
  • 2-25 (22%)
  • 26-100 (19%)
  • 101-500 (19%)
  • 501-1000 (8%)
  • 1001-2500 (8%)
  • 2501-10000 (8%)
  • 10000+ Employees (12%)

Gender

More Males than Females by a significant amount

Respondents Age

  • 30 or younger (28%)
  • 31-40 (45%)
  • 41-50 (21%)
  • 51-60 (5%)
  • over 60 (1%)

Years of experience

  • <5 20%
  • 5-8 23%
  • 9-12 22%
  • 13-16 14%
  • 17-20 5%
  • >20 16%

Job title

  • Engineer/developer/programmer (45%)
  • Senior engineer/developer (15%)
  • Principal/Lead (8%)
  • Architect (7%)
  • Upper management (6%)
  • Manager (4%)
  • Consultant (4%)
  • Data scientist (2%)
  • Other (9%)

Work week

  • <30 hours 3%
  • 30-35 hours 5%
  • 36-39 hours 18%
  • 40 hours 40%
  • 41-45 hours 20%
  • 36-50 hours 10%
  • 51-55 hours 2%
  • 56-60 hours .5%
  • >60 hours 1%

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  • According to which technologies such as Javascript, HTML, CSS, Python, Bash and Java have marked the year as most widely used programming languages of 2016.
  • At the same time, Java alongside PHP and C/C++ were still used by programmers, but not so frequently as before.
  • The top paying technologies in 2016 according to StackOverflow were F#, Dart, Cassandra, Spark, Hadoop, Clojure, Scala, Salesforce, Redis, Go, Cloud (AWS, Azure, GAE, etc).
  • The highest salaries software engineers received in the US, Switzerland and Japan.