The table below looks at the statistics for Monte Carlo Method skills in IT jobs advertised across the UK. Included is a guide to the average salaries offered in IT jobs that have cited Monte Carlo Method over the 3 months to 26 January 2015 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Location
3 months to
26 Jan 2015
Same period 2014 Same period 2013
Monte Carlo Method
Rank 816 854 832
Rank change year-on-year
+38 -22
Permanent jobs citing Monte Carlo Method 64 35 53
As % of all permanent IT jobs located in the UK 0.061% 0.034% 0.048%
As % of the Processes & Methodologies category 0.073% 0.041% 0.060%
Number of salaries quoted 48 25 41
Average salary £76,250 £52,500 £70,000
Average salary % change year-on-year
+45.23% -25.00%
90% offered a salary of more than £23,000 £45,000 £30,000
10% offered a salary of more than £95,000 £69,000 £90,000
UK excluding London average salary £28,000 £67,500 -
% change year-on-year
-58.51% -

The following table is for comparison with the above and provides statistics for the entire Processes & Methodologies category in permanent jobs advertised across the UK.

Processes & Methodologies Category
UK
Permanent IT job ads with a match in the
Processes & Methodologies category
87161 85486 88774
As % of all permanent IT jobs located in the UK 82.66% 82.26% 80.06%
Number of salaries quoted 71806 68211 75331
Average salary £47,500 £47,500 £45,000
Average salary % change year-on-year
- +5.55%
90% offered a salary of more than £31,500 £30,600 £30,000
10% offered a salary of more than £72,500 £70,000 £75,000
UK excluding London average salary £42,500 £42,500 £40,000
% change year-on-year
- +6.25%

Monte Carlo Method
Jobs Demand Trend

This chart provides the 3-month moving total of permanent IT jobs citing Monte Carlo Method within the UK as a proportion of the total demand within the Processes & Methodologies category.

Monte Carlo Method Jobs Demand Trend in the UK

Monte Carlo Method
Salary Trend

This chart provides the 3-month moving average for salaries quoted in permanent IT jobs citing Monte Carlo Method within the UK.

Monte Carlo Method Salary Trend in the UK

Monte Carlo Method
Salary Histogram

This chart provides a salary histogram for IT jobs citing Monte Carlo Method over the 3 months to 26 January 2015 within the UK.

Monte Carlo Method Salary Histogram in the UK

Monte Carlo Method
Top 10 Job Locations

The table below looks at the demand and provides a guide to the average salaries quoted in IT jobs citing Monte Carlo Method within the UK over the 3 months to 26 January 2015. The 'Rank Change' column provides an indication of the change in demand within each location based on the same 3 month period last year.

Location
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statistics and historical trends)
Rank Change
on Same Period
Last Year
Matching
Permanent
IT Job Ads
Average Salary
Last 3 Months
Average Salary
% Change
on Same Period
Last Year
Live
Job
Vacancies
England +27 62 £77,500 +47.61% 12
London +16 39 £85,000 +88.88% 11
City of London -3 19 £95,000 +111.11% 6
North West +11 18 £23,000 - 1
Cheshire - 18 £23,000 - 1
Wilmslow - 15 £18,500 - 1
Hertfordshire - 5 £60,000 -
East of England - 5 £60,000 -
Northern Ireland - 1 - - 1
County Armagh - 1 - - 1

Monte Carlo Method
Top 30 Related IT Skills

For the 6 months to 26 January 2015, IT jobs within the UK citing Monte Carlo Method also mentioned the following IT skills in order of popularity. The figures indicate the number of jobs and their proportion against the total number of IT job ads sampled that cited Monte Carlo Method.

1 54 (43.20%) Analytics
2 44 (35.20%) C++
2 44 (35.20%) Banking
3 43 (34.40%) SQL
4 40 (32.00%) Finance
5 32 (25.60%) Python
6 30 (24.00%) Mathematics
7 28 (22.40%) Credit Risk
8 27 (21.60%) C#
8 27 (21.60%) Java
8 27 (21.60%) Hadoop
9 26 (20.80%) Big Data
10 23 (18.40%) Investment Banking
10 23 (18.40%) Business Analysis
10 23 (18.40%) Algorithms
10 23 (18.40%) Degree
11 22 (17.60%) Statistical Analysis
11 22 (17.60%) Machine Learning
11 22 (17.60%) Data Mining
12 21 (16.80%) Ruby
12 21 (16.80%) Neural Network
12 21 (16.80%) Markov Chain
12 21 (16.80%) Gibbs Sampling
12 21 (16.80%) Logistic Regression
12 21 (16.80%) Physics
13 20 (16.00%) Computer Science
13 20 (16.00%) Front Office
13 20 (16.00%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
14 19 (15.20%) Microsoft
14 19 (15.20%) Agile Software Development

Monte Carlo Method
Top Related IT Skills by Category

For the 6 months to 26 January 2015, IT jobs within the UK citing Monte Carlo Method also mentioned the following IT skills grouped by category. The figures indicate the number of jobs and their proportion against the total number of IT job ads sampled that cited Monte Carlo Method. Up to 20 skills are shown per category.

Application Platforms
1 18 (14.40%) SAS
2 13 (10.40%) Apache Pig
3 8 (6.40%) CMS
4 5 (4.00%) Oracle Coherence
5 3 (2.40%) IIS
6 2 (1.60%) Oracle Workflow
Applications
1 14 (11.20%) SPSS
2 13 (10.40%) CPLEX
3 6 (4.80%) MS Office
4 3 (2.40%) MS PowerPoint
5 1 (0.80%) Maple
5 1 (0.80%) MS Project
5 1 (0.80%) MS Visio
5 1 (0.80%) Simulink
Database & Business Intelligence
1 27 (21.60%) Hadoop
2 26 (20.80%) Big Data
3 22 (17.60%) Data Mining
4 13 (10.40%) Relational Database
5 11 (8.80%) SQL Server
6 5 (4.00%) BusinessObjects
6 5 (4.00%) SQL Server Integration Services
6 5 (4.00%) Base SAS
6 5 (4.00%) SAS Enterprise Guide
6 5 (4.00%) SAS Data Integration Studio
6 5 (4.00%) Data Warehouse
7 3 (2.40%) Apache Cassandra
8 2 (1.60%) NoSQL
8 2 (1.60%) Oracle Reports
Development Applications
1 5 (4.00%) Visual Studio Tools for Office
2 1 (0.80%) Visual Studio
2 1 (0.80%) Subversion
General
1 44 (35.20%) Banking
2 40 (32.00%) Finance
3 23 (18.40%) Investment Banking
4 20 (16.00%) Front Office
5 16 (12.80%) Retail
6 15 (12.00%) Marketing
7 10 (8.00%) Advertising
8 5 (4.00%) Telecoms
8 5 (4.00%) Pharmaceutical
9 3 (2.40%) Back Office
10 1 (0.80%) Financial Institution
10 1 (0.80%) Aerospace
10 1 (0.80%) Legal
10 1 (0.80%) Corporate Banking
Job Titles
1 38 (30.40%) Developer
2 30 (24.00%) Quantitative Developer
3 28 (22.40%) Consultant
4 24 (19.20%) Recruitment Consultant
4 24 (19.20%) Analyst
5 22 (17.60%) Data Scientist
6 19 (15.20%) C++ Quantitative Developer
6 19 (15.20%) C++ Developer
7 17 (13.60%) Business Analyst
8 15 (12.00%) C# Developer
9 13 (10.40%) Trainee
9 13 (10.40%) Trainee Consultant
10 12 (9.60%) Sales Consultant
11 7 (5.60%) Market Risk Analyst
12 6 (4.80%) Credit Risk Analyst
12 6 (4.80%) Technical Leader
12 6 (4.80%) Resourcer
12 6 (4.80%) Recruitment Resourcer
13 5 (4.00%) C# .NET Developer
13 5 (4.00%) Graduate
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 17 (13.60%) .NET
2 9 (7.20%) WCF
2 9 (7.20%) WPF
3 6 (4.80%) ASP.NET MVC
3 6 (4.80%) ASP.NET
4 5 (4.00%) ODBC
5 3 (2.40%) Spring
5 3 (2.40%) RESTful
6 2 (1.60%) WF
6 2 (1.60%) HTML
6 2 (1.60%) .NET Framework
7 1 (0.80%) JNI
7 1 (0.80%) .NET Remoting
7 1 (0.80%) WinForms
7 1 (0.80%) REST
7 1 (0.80%) D3.js
Miscellaneous
1 30 (24.00%) Mathematics
2 28 (22.40%) Credit Risk
3 23 (18.40%) Algorithms
4 21 (16.80%) Physics
4 21 (16.80%) Neural Network
5 20 (16.00%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
5 20 (16.00%) Computer Science
6 18 (14.40%) Derivative
6 18 (14.40%) Market Risk
7 16 (12.80%) Statistics
8 15 (12.00%) Economics
9 14 (11.20%) Applied Mathematics
9 14 (11.20%) Chemistry
9 14 (11.20%) Visualisation
10 13 (10.40%) Digital Media
10 13 (10.40%) Psychology
10 13 (10.40%) Informatics
10 13 (10.40%) Artificial Intelligence
11 11 (8.80%) Analytical Skills
12 7 (5.60%) Social Media
Operating Systems
1 9 (7.20%) Windows
2 3 (2.40%) Linux
2 3 (2.40%) UNIX
Processes & Methodologies
1 54 (43.20%) Analytics
2 23 (18.40%) Business Analysis
3 22 (17.60%) Statistical Analysis
3 22 (17.60%) Machine Learning
4 21 (16.80%) Markov Chain
4 21 (16.80%) Gibbs Sampling
4 21 (16.80%) Logistic Regression
5 19 (15.20%) Agile Software Development
6 18 (14.40%) OO
6 18 (14.40%) Bayesian Methods
7 16 (12.80%) Risk Management
8 14 (11.20%) Data Analysis
8 14 (11.20%) Time Series Analysis
9 13 (10.40%) Linear Regression
9 13 (10.40%) Database Theory
9 13 (10.40%) Relational Database Theory
9 13 (10.40%) Factor Analysis
9 13 (10.40%) Structural Equation Modelling
9 13 (10.40%) Predictive Modelling
9 13 (10.40%) Bioinformatics
Programming Languages
1 44 (35.20%) C++
2 43 (34.40%) SQL
3 32 (25.60%) Python
4 27 (21.60%) Java
4 27 (21.60%) C#
5 21 (16.80%) Ruby
6 18 (14.40%) R
7 16 (12.80%) MATLAB
8 14 (11.20%) VBA
9 13 (10.40%) Clojure
10 8 (6.40%) Scala
11 6 (4.80%) VB.NET
12 3 (2.40%) Perl
13 2 (1.60%) JavaScript
14 1 (0.80%) C
14 1 (0.80%) Delphi
14 1 (0.80%) Fortran
14 1 (0.80%) Assembly Language
14 1 (0.80%) Pascal
Qualifications
1 23 (18.40%) Degree
2 18 (14.40%) PhD
3 2 (1.60%) CFA
4 1 (0.80%) SC Cleared
4 1 (0.80%) Security Cleared
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 2 (1.60%) QA
2 1 (0.80%) Basel III
2 1 (0.80%) Data Quality
2 1 (0.80%) Basel II
System Software
1 1 (0.80%) Platform Symphony
Vendors
1 19 (15.20%) Microsoft
2 10 (8.00%) Oracle
3 5 (4.00%) Business Objects
3 5 (4.00%) SAP
4 3 (2.40%) IBM
4 3 (2.40%) Sybase
5 1 (0.80%) Primavera
5 1 (0.80%) Minitab
5 1 (0.80%) Tableau
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