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 28 July 2015 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Location
3 months to
28 Jul 2015
Same period 2014 Same period 2013
Monte Carlo Method
Rank 849 862 841
Rank change year-on-year
+13 -21
Permanent jobs citing Monte Carlo Method 48 69 42
As % of all permanent IT jobs located in the UK 0.044% 0.059% 0.039%
As % of the Processes & Methodologies category 0.052% 0.071% 0.048%
Number of salaries quoted 33 46 42
Average salary £62,500 £72,500 £77,500
Average salary % change year-on-year
-13.79% -6.45%
90% offered a salary of more than £34,500 £29,000 £55,000
10% offered a salary of more than £74,000 £93,750 £82,500
UK excluding London average salary £51,250 £26,000 £80,000
% change year-on-year
+97.11% -67.50%

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
93168 97426 88156
As % of all permanent IT jobs located in the UK 84.87% 82.77% 80.95%
Number of salaries quoted 76231 78605 72151
Average salary £50,000 £48,500 £46,500
Average salary % change year-on-year
+3.09% +4.30%
90% offered a salary of more than £32,500 £31,500 £30,000
10% offered a salary of more than £75,000 £72,500 £72,500
UK excluding London average salary £44,500 £42,500 £41,000
% change year-on-year
+4.70% +3.65%

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 28 July 2015 within the UK.

Monte Carlo Method Salary Histogram in the UK

Monte Carlo Method
Top 9 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 28 July 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 +22 48 £62,500 -13.79% 8
London +3 40 £62,500 -15.25% 6
City of London 0 5 £62,500 -10.71% 4
South East - 2 - -
Chinnor - 2 - -
Oxfordshire - 2 - -
Wilmslow -4 1 £25,500 -1.92% 1
Cheshire -6 1 £25,500 -1.92% 2
North West -11 1 £25,500 -1.92% 2

Monte Carlo Method
Top 30 Related IT Skills

For the 6 months to 28 July 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 47 (48.96%) Analytics
2 45 (46.88%) Degree
3 35 (36.46%) Finance
4 34 (35.42%) Python
5 31 (32.29%) C++
5 31 (32.29%) Algorithms
6 28 (29.17%) SQL
6 28 (29.17%) Mathematics
7 27 (28.13%) Credit Risk
7 27 (28.13%) Derivative
7 27 (28.13%) Hadoop
8 26 (27.08%) Banking
9 23 (23.96%) Neural Network
10 22 (22.92%) Investment Banking
10 22 (22.92%) R
11 20 (20.83%) Java
11 20 (20.83%) C#
11 20 (20.83%) Data Mining
12 19 (19.79%) Analytical Skills
13 18 (18.75%) Visualisation
14 17 (17.71%) Games
14 17 (17.71%) Statistics
15 15 (15.63%) Fixed Income
15 15 (15.63%) HTML
15 15 (15.63%) HTML5
16 14 (14.58%) Scala
16 14 (14.58%) Markov Chain
16 14 (14.58%) Gibbs Sampling
16 14 (14.58%) Machine Learning
16 14 (14.58%) Big Data

Monte Carlo Method
Top Related IT Skills by Category

For the 6 months to 28 July 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 7 (7.29%) Apache Spark
2 6 (6.25%) CMS
3 3 (3.13%) Apache Pig
3 3 (3.13%) SAS
4 2 (2.08%) Apache Solr
Applications
1 12 (12.50%) Adobe Creative Suite
2 7 (7.29%) MS PowerPoint
3 5 (5.21%) MS Excel
3 5 (5.21%) MS Project
4 3 (3.13%) CPLEX
Cloud Services
1 7 (7.29%) Amazon AWS
Database & Business Intelligence
1 27 (28.13%) Hadoop
2 20 (20.83%) Data Mining
3 14 (14.58%) Big Data
4 10 (10.42%) NoSQL
5 8 (8.33%) SQL Server
5 8 (8.33%) Apache Hive
6 7 (7.29%) MongoDB
6 7 (7.29%) Mahout
6 7 (7.29%) PostgreSQL
7 3 (3.13%) Data Warehouse
8 2 (2.08%) KNIME
8 2 (2.08%) NewSQL
8 2 (2.08%) Apache Cassandra
9 1 (1.04%) SQLite
9 1 (1.04%) Sybase IQ
Development Applications
1 1 (1.04%) Eclipse
1 1 (1.04%) Visual Studio
General
1 35 (36.46%) Finance
2 26 (27.08%) Banking
3 22 (22.92%) Investment Banking
4 17 (17.71%) Games
5 12 (12.50%) Multimedia
6 8 (8.33%) Retail
7 7 (7.29%) Front Office
7 7 (7.29%) Manufacturing
8 6 (6.25%) Marketing
9 4 (4.17%) Telecoms
10 2 (2.08%) Corporate Banking
11 1 (1.04%) Advertising
11 1 (1.04%) Automotive
Job Titles
1 27 (28.13%) Data Scientist
2 25 (26.04%) Developer
3 21 (21.88%) Analyst
4 17 (17.71%) Quantitative Developer
5 15 (15.63%) Business Analyst
6 14 (14.58%) Risk Analyst
7 12 (12.50%) Web Designer
7 12 (12.50%) Banking Business Analyst
7 12 (12.50%) Designer
8 11 (11.46%) Investment Banking Business Analyst
8 11 (11.46%) C++ Developer
9 10 (10.42%) Credit Risk Business Analyst
9 10 (10.42%) Credit Analyst
9 10 (10.42%) Credit Risk Analyst
10 9 (9.38%) C++ Quantitative Developer
10 9 (9.38%) C# Developer
11 5 (5.21%) Programme Manager
11 5 (5.21%) Development Manager
12 3 (3.13%) Consultant
13 2 (2.08%) Recruitment Consultant
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 15 (15.63%) HTML
1 15 (15.63%) HTML5
2 13 (13.54%) Flash
3 12 (12.50%) XML
3 12 (12.50%) CSS
3 12 (12.50%) CSS3
4 9 (9.38%) WCF
4 9 (9.38%) WPF
5 8 (8.33%) ASP.NET
5 8 (8.33%) .NET
5 8 (8.33%) ASP.NET MVC
6 7 (7.29%) D3.js
7 1 (1.04%) Memcached
7 1 (1.04%) NumPy
7 1 (1.04%) Boost C++ Libraries
7 1 (1.04%) SQLAlchemy
7 1 (1.04%) REST
7 1 (1.04%) WinForms
7 1 (1.04%) Middleware
7 1 (1.04%) Swing
Miscellaneous
1 31 (32.29%) Algorithms
2 28 (29.17%) Mathematics
3 27 (28.13%) Credit Risk
3 27 (28.13%) Derivative
4 23 (23.96%) Neural Network
5 19 (19.79%) Analytical Skills
6 18 (18.75%) Visualisation
7 17 (17.71%) Statistics
8 15 (15.63%) Fixed Income
9 13 (13.54%) Equities
10 12 (12.50%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
10 12 (12.50%) Mobile App
11 11 (11.46%) Physics
12 8 (8.33%) Computer Science
13 7 (7.29%) Applied Mathematics
13 7 (7.29%) Economics
14 6 (6.25%) Hedge funds
15 5 (5.21%) PMI
16 4 (4.17%) Market Risk
17 3 (3.13%) Digital Media
Operating Systems
1 9 (9.38%) Windows
2 1 (1.04%) Solaris
2 1 (1.04%) Linux
Processes & Methodologies
1 47 (48.96%) Analytics
2 14 (14.58%) Markov Chain
2 14 (14.58%) Gibbs Sampling
2 14 (14.58%) Machine Learning
2 14 (14.58%) Statistical Analysis
2 14 (14.58%) Logistic Regression
3 13 (13.54%) OO
4 12 (12.50%) Web Design
4 12 (12.50%) Responsive Web Design
5 11 (11.46%) Open Source
5 11 (11.46%) Data Visualisation
5 11 (11.46%) Statistical Modelling
6 10 (10.42%) TDD
7 9 (9.38%) Black-Scholes
7 9 (9.38%) SDLC
7 9 (9.38%) User Acceptance Testing
8 8 (8.33%) MVC
8 8 (8.33%) Agile Software Development
8 8 (8.33%) Continuous Integration
8 8 (8.33%) Risk Analysis
Programming Languages
1 34 (35.42%) Python
2 31 (32.29%) C++
3 28 (29.17%) SQL
4 22 (22.92%) R
5 20 (20.83%) Java
5 20 (20.83%) C#
6 14 (14.58%) Scala
6 14 (14.58%) Ruby
7 12 (12.50%) JavaScript
7 12 (12.50%) ActionScript
7 12 (12.50%) VBA
7 12 (12.50%) ActionScript 2.0
8 11 (11.46%) MATLAB
9 8 (8.33%) VB.NET
10 6 (6.25%) C
11 3 (3.13%) Clojure
12 1 (1.04%) Cython
Qualifications
1 45 (46.88%) Degree
2 13 (13.54%) PhD
3 5 (5.21%) Security Cleared
3 5 (5.21%) PMI Certification
4 3 (3.13%) SC Cleared
5 2 (2.08%) MBA
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 2 (2.08%) Basel II
1 2 (2.08%) Basel III
2 1 (1.04%) QA
System Software
1 1 (1.04%) Varnish
Vendors
1 12 (12.50%) Adobe
2 6 (6.25%) Microsoft
3 4 (4.17%) Tableau
4 1 (1.04%) IBM
4 1 (1.04%) Sybase
City, London
Harrington Starr
Salary: £70000 - £140000 per annum + Bonus and Benefits and Training
Posted: 3 days ago
Wilmslow, Cheshire
Senitor Associates
Salary: £16000 - £20000 per annum + OTE 40k
Posted: 3 days ago
Alderley Edge, Cheshire
Senitor Associates
Salary: £18000 per annum + benefits OTE £40k Yr 1
Posted: 4 days ago
London
EY
Salary: Competitive
Posted: 5 days ago
City, London
Harvey Nash plc
Salary: £60000 - £90000 per annum + pension, bonus
Posted: 5 days ago
City, London
Harvey Nash plc
Salary: £80000 - £90000 per annum + pension, bonus, cash allowance
Posted: 5 days ago
City, London
The People Network
Salary: £55000 - £70000 per annum + Bonus (up to 25%), Pension, Health
Posted: 6 days ago