Period
to 12 December 2018

The following table provides summary statistics for contract job vacancies advertised in the City of London with a requirement for JMS skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the contractor rates offered in vacancies that have cited JMS over the 6 months to 12 December 2018 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Note that daily and hourly rates are treated separately in these statistics. When calculating contractor rate percentiles, daily rates are never derived from quoted hourly rates or vice versa.

Java Messaging Service (JMS)
Central London > City of London
6 months to
12 Dec 2018
Same period 2017 Same period 2016
Rank 183 186 184
Rank change year-on-year +3 -2 -34
Contract jobs citing JMS 72 70 62
As % of all contract IT jobs advertised in the City of London 1.01% 0.97% 0.94%
As % of the Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards category 2.54% 2.57% 2.64%
Number of daily rates quoted 51 60 53
City of London median daily rate £550 £550 £550
10th Percentile £363 £375 £393
90th Percentile £875 £838 £670
Central London median daily rate £550 £544 £525
% change year-on-year +1.15% +3.57% -2.33%
Number of hourly rates quoted 0 0 0
City of London median hourly rate - - -
Central London median hourly rate - - -

JMS is in the Software Libraries and Frameworks category. The following table is for comparison with the above and provides summary statistics for all contract job vacancies advertised in the City of London with a requirement for technical specification, industry standards, software libraries and framework skills.

All Software Libraries and Frameworks
City of London
Contract vacancies with a requirement for technical specification, industry standards, software libraries and framework skills 2,831 2,729 2,348
As % of all contract IT jobs advertised in the City of London 39.69% 37.86% 35.79%
Number of daily rates quoted 2,358 2,302 1,986
City of London median daily rate £525 £513 £475
Median daily rate % change year-on-year +2.44% +7.89% -
10th Percentile £406 £363 £325
90th Percentile £675 £675 £638
Central London median daily rate £525 £500 £475
% change year-on-year +5.00% +5.26% +5.50%
Number of hourly rates quoted 3 8 4
City of London median hourly rate £19.00 £25.79 £35.00
Median hourly rate % change year-on-year -26.32% -26.32% -9.68%
10th Percentile £14.90 £19.33 £19.00
90th Percentile £84.50 £41.25 £56.31
Central London median hourly rate £27.00 £21.50 £35.00
% change year-on-year +25.58% -38.57% -9.68%

JMS
Job Vacancy Trend in the City of London

Job postings citing JMS as a percentage of all IT jobs advertised in the City of London.

Job vacancy trend for JMS in the City of London

JMS
Contractor Daily Rate Trend in the City of London

This chart provides the 3-month moving average for daily rates quoted in contract jobs citing JMS in the City of London.

Contractor daily rate trend for JMS in the City of London

JMS
Contractor Daily Rate Histogram in the City of London

The daily rate distribution of IT jobs citing JMS in the City of London over the 6 months to 12 December 2018.

Contractor daily rate histogram for JMS in the City of London

JMS
Contractor Hourly Rate Trend in the City of London

This chart provides the 3-month moving average for contractor hourly rates quoted in IT jobs citing JMS in the City of London.

Contractor hourly rate trend for JMS in the City of London

JMS
Contract Job Locations in the City of London

The table below looks at the demand and provides a guide to the median contractor rates quoted in IT jobs citing JMS within the City of London region over the 6 months to 12 December 2018. The 'Rank Change' column provides an indication of the change in demand within each location based on the same 6 month period last year.

Location Rank Change
on Same Period
Last Year
Matching
Contract
IT Job Ads
Median
Daily Rate
Past 6 Months
Median Daily Rate
% Change
on Same Period
Last Year
Live
Job
Vacancies
London Bridge - 3 £475 -
JMS
Central London

For the 6 months to 12 December 2018, IT contractor jobs citing JMS also mentioned the following skills in order of popularity. The figures indicate the absolute number co-occurrences and as a proportion of all contract job ads across the City of London region with a requirement for JMS.

1 67 (93.06%) Java
2 45 (62.50%) Agile Software Development
3 41 (56.94%) TDD
3 41 (56.94%) Finance
4 40 (55.56%) Banking
5 39 (54.17%) Spring
6 28 (38.89%) OO
7 27 (37.50%) REST
8 25 (34.72%) Linux
9 24 (33.33%) HTML
9 24 (33.33%) TIBCO
10 22 (30.56%) SQL Server
10 22 (30.56%) Java EE
11 20 (27.78%) Middleware
11 20 (27.78%) Rendezvous
11 20 (27.78%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
12 18 (25.00%) Electronic Trading
13 17 (23.61%) BDD
14 16 (22.22%) Multithreading
14 16 (22.22%) Maven
15 15 (20.83%) Git (software)
15 15 (20.83%) TIBCO EMS
15 15 (20.83%) Sybase
15 15 (20.83%) Continuous Improvement
16 14 (19.44%) Oracle
16 14 (19.44%) UML
16 14 (19.44%) FIX Protocol
16 14 (19.44%) Scrum
17 13 (18.06%) Open Source
17 13 (18.06%) Greenfield Project

JMS
Co-occurring IT Skills in the City of London by Category

The follow tables expand on the table above by listing co-occurrences grouped by category. The same job type, locality and period is covered with up to 20 co-occurrences shown in each of the following categories:

Application Platforms
1 10 (13.89%) JBoss
2 6 (8.33%) WebLogic
3 4 (5.56%) Elasticsearch
3 4 (5.56%) MQSeries
4 2 (2.78%) Mule
4 2 (2.78%) Oracle SOA Suite
5 1 (1.39%) Confluence
5 1 (1.39%) Tomcat
5 1 (1.39%) WebSphere
Applications
1 2 (2.78%) Microsoft Excel
Business Applications
1 1 (1.39%) BusinessWorks
1 1 (1.39%) Kondor
1 1 (1.39%) SunGard Martini
Cloud Services
1 4 (5.56%) Amazon AWS
2 3 (4.17%) Microsoft Azure
3 2 (2.78%) PaaS
4 1 (1.39%) Google Cloud Platform
Communications & Networking
1 1 (1.39%) AMQP
1 1 (1.39%) HTTP
Database & Business Intelligence
1 22 (30.56%) SQL Server
2 12 (16.67%) MySQL
3 11 (15.28%) Relational Database
4 5 (6.94%) DB2
4 5 (6.94%) KDB
4 5 (6.94%) MongoDB
5 3 (4.17%) Kdb+
5 3 (4.17%) PostgreSQL
6 2 (2.78%) Oracle Database
7 1 (1.39%) NoSQL
7 1 (1.39%) Sybase ASE
Development Applications
1 16 (22.22%) Maven
2 15 (20.83%) Git (software)
3 8 (11.11%) JUnit
4 7 (9.72%) Jenkins
5 6 (8.33%) Subversion
6 5 (6.94%) jMock
6 5 (6.94%) Robot Framework
6 5 (6.94%) Selenium
7 4 (5.56%) Eclipse
7 4 (5.56%) Gradle
7 4 (5.56%) IntelliJ
7 4 (5.56%) JMeter
7 4 (5.56%) NeoLoad
7 4 (5.56%) SoapUI
8 2 (2.78%) Mockito
9 1 (1.39%) Atlassian Bamboo
9 1 (1.39%) Cucumber
9 1 (1.39%) FishEye
9 1 (1.39%) Hudson
9 1 (1.39%) Jasmine
General
1 41 (56.94%) Finance
2 40 (55.56%) Banking
3 12 (16.67%) Front Office
4 7 (9.72%) Investment Banking
5 6 (8.33%) Advertising
6 2 (2.78%) Financial Institution
7 1 (1.39%) Back Office
Job Titles
1 70 (97.22%) Developer
2 58 (80.56%) Java Developer
3 22 (30.56%) Senior Developer
4 20 (27.78%) Senior Java Developer
5 11 (15.28%) J2EE Developer
5 11 (15.28%) Java/J2EE Developer
6 5 (6.94%) Electronic Trading Developer
6 5 (6.94%) Electronic Trading Java Developer
7 4 (5.56%) Integration Developer
7 4 (5.56%) Low Latency Java Developer
8 3 (4.17%) KDB Developer
8 3 (4.17%) Node.js Developer
8 3 (4.17%) Pega Developer
9 2 (2.78%) Enterprise Integration Developer
9 2 (2.78%) Java Middleware Developer
9 2 (2.78%) Java Team Leader
9 2 (2.78%) Machine Learning Developer
9 2 (2.78%) Middleware Developer
9 2 (2.78%) Pega Architect
9 2 (2.78%) Team Leader
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 39 (54.17%) Spring
2 27 (37.50%) REST
3 24 (33.33%) HTML
4 22 (30.56%) Java EE
5 20 (27.78%) Middleware
5 20 (27.78%) Rendezvous
6 15 (20.83%) TIBCO EMS
7 14 (19.44%) FIX Protocol
8 11 (15.28%) DHTML
8 11 (15.28%) Ehcache
8 11 (15.28%) J2EE
9 10 (13.89%) Hibernate
9 10 (13.89%) XML
10 9 (12.50%) Web Services
11 8 (11.11%) JSON
12 7 (9.72%) CSS
12 7 (9.72%) Spring Boot
13 6 (8.33%) ActiveMQ
13 6 (8.33%) JPA
14 5 (6.94%) JTA
Miscellaneous
1 20 (27.78%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
2 13 (18.06%) Greenfield Project
3 11 (15.28%) Self-Motivation
4 10 (13.89%) Derivative
5 9 (12.50%) Fixed Income
6 8 (11.11%) Equities
7 2 (2.78%) Fintech
7 2 (2.78%) User Experience
8 1 (1.39%) OTC Derivatives
8 1 (1.39%) SWIFT
Operating Systems
1 25 (34.72%) Linux
2 11 (15.28%) Unix
3 4 (5.56%) Windows
4 1 (1.39%) Solaris
Processes & Methodologies
1 45 (62.50%) Agile Software Development
2 41 (56.94%) TDD
3 28 (38.89%) OO
4 18 (25.00%) Electronic Trading
5 17 (23.61%) BDD
6 16 (22.22%) Multithreading
7 15 (20.83%) Continuous Improvement
8 14 (19.44%) Scrum
8 14 (19.44%) UML
9 13 (18.06%) Open Source
10 12 (16.67%) Front End Development
11 11 (15.28%) Continuous Delivery
11 11 (15.28%) Microservices
11 11 (15.28%) Open Source Development
11 11 (15.28%) Test Automation
12 10 (13.89%) Low Latency
13 9 (12.50%) Market Making
13 9 (12.50%) Migration
14 8 (11.11%) OOD
15 7 (9.72%) Analytics
Programming Languages
1 67 (93.06%) Java
2 12 (16.67%) SQL
3 11 (15.28%) Java 8
4 9 (12.50%) JavaScript
5 6 (8.33%) PL/SQL
6 3 (4.17%) C
6 3 (4.17%) C#
6 3 (4.17%) Python
7 2 (2.78%) Shell Script
7 2 (2.78%) VB
8 1 (1.39%) AWK
8 1 (1.39%) C++
8 1 (1.39%) ES6
8 1 (1.39%) Perl
8 1 (1.39%) R
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 7 (9.72%) QA
System Software
1 10 (13.89%) Docker
Systems Management
1 6 (8.33%) Kubernetes
2 4 (5.56%) Kibana
2 4 (5.56%) logstash
Vendors
1 24 (33.33%) TIBCO
2 15 (20.83%) Sybase
3 14 (19.44%) Oracle
4 11 (15.28%) Terracotta
5 5 (6.94%) Informatica
6 4 (5.56%) Cadence
7 3 (4.17%) Pega
8 2 (2.78%) ION Trading
8 2 (2.78%) Tableau
9 1 (1.39%) Atlassian
9 1 (1.39%) Bloomberg
9 1 (1.39%) Currenex
9 1 (1.39%) FIS
9 1 (1.39%) IBM
9 1 (1.39%) Misys
9 1 (1.39%) Murex
9 1 (1.39%) Reuters
9 1 (1.39%) SunGard