Period
to 24 May 2018

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in Brighton with a requirement for JavaScript skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited JavaScript over the 6 months to 24 May 2018 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

JavaScript (including ECMAScript)
East Sussex > Brighton
6 months to
24 May 2018
Same period 2017 Same period 2016
Rank 3 3 3
Rank change year-on-year 0 0 +3
Permanent jobs citing JavaScript 629 367 481
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in Brighton 34.18% 25.26% 28.82%
As % of the Programming Languages category 50.52% 43.33% 44.29%
Number of salaries quoted 558 340 457
Brighton median annual salary £45,000 £45,000 £40,000
Median salary % change year-on-year - +12.50% +6.67%
10th Percentile £27,500 £28,650 £23,750
90th Percentile £60,000 £55,000 £55,000
East Sussex median annual salary £45,000 £45,000 £40,000
% change year-on-year - +12.50% +5.26%

JavaScript is in the Programming Languages category. The following table is for comparison with the above and provides summary statistics for all permanent job vacancies advertised in Brighton with a requirement for coding skills.

All Programming Languages
Brighton
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for coding skills 1,245 847 1,086
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in Brighton 67.66% 58.29% 65.07%
Number of salaries quoted 1,011 760 965
Brighton median annual salary £45,000 £45,000 £40,000
Median salary % change year-on-year - +12.50% -
10th Percentile £28,750 £28,750 £25,000
90th Percentile £65,000 £60,000 £55,000
East Sussex median annual salary £45,000 £45,000 £40,000
% change year-on-year - +12.50% -

JavaScript
Job Vacancy Trend in Brighton

Job postings citing JavaScript as a percentage of all IT jobs advertised in Brighton.

Job vacancy trend for JavaScript in Brighton

JavaScript
Salary Trend in Brighton

This chart provides the 3-month moving average for salaries quoted in permanent IT jobs citing JavaScript in Brighton.

Salary trend for JavaScript in Brighton

JavaScript
Salary Histogram in Brighton

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing JavaScript in Brighton over the 6 months to 24 May 2018.

Salary histogram for JavaScript in Brighton

For the 6 months to 24 May 2018, IT jobs citing JavaScript also mentioned the following skills in order of popularity. The figures indicate the absolute number co-occurrences and as a proportion of all permanent job ads across the Brighton region with a requirement for JavaScript.

1 354 (56.28%) CSS
2 334 (53.10%) HTML
3 270 (42.93%) AngularJS
4 217 (34.50%) Agile Software Development
5 202 (32.11%) SQL
6 197 (31.32%) PHP
7 194 (30.84%) C#
8 176 (27.98%) Web Development
9 160 (25.44%) jQuery
10 156 (24.80%) React
11 151 (24.01%) .NET
12 137 (21.78%) Front End Development
13 131 (20.83%) Java
14 123 (19.55%) Git (software)
15 112 (17.81%) MySQL
16 97 (15.42%) ASP.NET
17 96 (15.26%) Sass
18 91 (14.47%) Scrum
19 85 (13.51%) Python
20 81 (12.88%) Software Engineering
21 78 (12.40%) SQL Server
21 78 (12.40%) HTML5
22 77 (12.24%) Continuous Integration
23 75 (11.92%) Linux
24 72 (11.45%) Node.js
24 72 (11.45%) User Experience
25 68 (10.81%) LESS
25 68 (10.81%) CMS
26 67 (10.65%) REST
27 62 (9.86%) MVC

JavaScript
Co-occurring IT Skills in Brighton 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 68 (10.81%) CMS
2 30 (4.77%) Drupal
3 24 (3.82%) Apache
4 23 (3.66%) Confluence
5 21 (3.34%) IIS
6 11 (1.75%) Elasticsearch
7 9 (1.43%) SharePoint
8 8 (1.27%) nginx
9 7 (1.11%) Tomcat
9 7 (1.11%) WordPress
10 6 (0.95%) Moodle
10 6 (0.95%) Totara
11 5 (0.79%) Apache Spark
12 1 (0.16%) Apache Solr
12 1 (0.16%) EPiServer
12 1 (0.16%) Liferay
12 1 (0.16%) NServiceBus
Applications
1 35 (5.56%) Photoshop
2 7 (1.11%) Adobe Illustrator
3 3 (0.48%) Microsoft Excel
3 3 (0.48%) Microsoft Office
3 3 (0.48%) OmniGraffle
4 2 (0.32%) Adobe Creative Suite
4 2 (0.32%) InVision
5 1 (0.16%) GIMP
5 1 (0.16%) InDesign
Business Applications
1 14 (2.23%) Magento
2 7 (1.11%) Dynamics CRM
Cloud Services
1 45 (7.15%) Amazon AWS
2 15 (2.38%) GitHub
3 12 (1.91%) Heroku
3 12 (1.91%) npm
4 11 (1.75%) SaaS
5 9 (1.43%) Microsoft Azure
6 7 (1.11%) Dynamics 365
7 5 (0.79%) Google Play
8 4 (0.64%) Firebase
8 4 (0.64%) Google Cloud Platform
9 3 (0.48%) Serverless
10 2 (0.32%) Amazon EC2
10 2 (0.32%) Virtual Private Cloud
10 2 (0.32%) Yarn
11 1 (0.16%) AWS Elastic Beanstalk
11 1 (0.16%) AWS OpsWorks
11 1 (0.16%) NuGet
Communications & Networking
1 24 (3.82%) HTTP
2 5 (0.79%) Broadband
3 3 (0.48%) DNS
4 2 (0.32%) Internet
4 2 (0.32%) SMTP
5 1 (0.16%) HTTPS
Database & Business Intelligence
1 112 (17.81%) MySQL
2 78 (12.40%) SQL Server
3 22 (3.50%) MongoDB
4 14 (2.23%) SQL Server 2012
5 13 (2.07%) Relational Database
6 9 (1.43%) PostgreSQL
7 8 (1.27%) Big Data
8 7 (1.11%) Redis
8 7 (1.11%) SQL Server Integration Services
9 5 (0.79%) Hadoop
9 5 (0.79%) HBase
10 4 (0.64%) SQL Server Analysis Services
10 4 (0.64%) SQL Server Reporting Services
11 3 (0.48%) NoSQL
12 2 (0.32%) Apache Cassandra
12 2 (0.32%) Apache Hive
12 2 (0.32%) Oracle Database
12 2 (0.32%) Oracle Reports
12 2 (0.32%) SQL Server 2014
13 1 (0.16%) BaseX
Development Applications
1 123 (19.55%) Git (software)
2 56 (8.90%) JIRA
3 49 (7.79%) Jenkins
4 36 (5.72%) webpack
5 26 (4.13%) Selenium
6 25 (3.97%) NUnit
7 24 (3.82%) gulp
8 23 (3.66%) SpecFlow
8 23 (3.66%) WebDriver
9 12 (1.91%) Visual Studio
10 11 (1.75%) git-flow
11 9 (1.43%) Team Foundation Server
12 7 (1.11%) Maven
12 7 (1.11%) Subversion
12 7 (1.11%) Visual Studio Code
13 6 (0.95%) Bitbucket
13 6 (0.95%) Grunt
13 6 (0.95%) JUnit
14 5 (0.79%) Karma Test Runner
14 5 (0.79%) Mockito
General
1 25 (3.97%) Marketing
2 16 (2.54%) Manufacturing
3 14 (2.23%) Finance
4 13 (2.07%) Games
5 4 (0.64%) Banking
5 4 (0.64%) Telecoms
6 3 (0.48%) Advertising
7 2 (0.32%) Publishing
Job Titles
1 556 (88.39%) Developer
2 118 (18.76%) Full Stack Developer
2 118 (18.76%) JavaScript Developer
3 110 (17.49%) Senior Developer
4 88 (13.99%) C# Developer
5 85 (13.51%) Software Developer
6 84 (13.35%) Front End Developer (Client-Side Developer)
7 57 (9.06%) PHP Developer
8 56 (8.90%) Python Developer
9 50 (7.95%) .NET Developer
9 50 (7.95%) Java Developer
10 45 (7.15%) C# .NET Developer
11 43 (6.84%) Web Developer
12 37 (5.88%) Django Developer
12 37 (5.88%) Python/Django Developer
12 37 (5.88%) React Developer
13 36 (5.72%) Junior
13 36 (5.72%) Junior Developer
14 33 (5.25%) Senior Python Developer
15 31 (4.93%) JavaScript Engineer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 354 (56.28%) CSS
2 334 (53.10%) HTML
3 270 (42.93%) AngularJS
4 160 (25.44%) jQuery
5 156 (24.80%) React
6 151 (24.01%) .NET
7 97 (15.42%) ASP.NET
8 96 (15.26%) Sass
9 78 (12.40%) HTML5
10 72 (11.45%) Node.js
11 68 (10.81%) LESS
12 67 (10.65%) REST
13 62 (9.86%) XML
14 61 (9.70%) Django
14 61 (9.70%) RESTful
14 61 (9.70%) Web Services
15 57 (9.06%) ASP.NET Web API
16 51 (8.11%) SOAP
16 51 (8.11%) Twitter Bootstrap
17 49 (7.79%) CSS3
Miscellaneous
1 72 (11.45%) User Experience
2 34 (5.41%) Mobile App
3 28 (4.45%) Computer Science
4 22 (3.50%) Self-Motivation
5 13 (2.07%) Greenfield Project
6 9 (1.43%) e-Learning
7 8 (1.27%) Fintech
8 6 (0.95%) Algorithms
8 6 (0.95%) Data Structures
8 6 (0.95%) Enterprise Software
9 5 (0.79%) iPhone
9 5 (0.79%) Linux Command Line
10 4 (0.64%) Management Information System
10 4 (0.64%) SCORM
11 3 (0.48%) Analytical Skills
11 3 (0.48%) Client/Server
11 3 (0.48%) Robotics
11 3 (0.48%) Social Media
11 3 (0.48%) Video Editing
12 1 (0.16%) Motion Graphics
Operating Systems
1 75 (11.92%) Linux
2 16 (2.54%) Android
3 14 (2.23%) Unix
4 10 (1.59%) Windows
5 5 (0.79%) Apple iOS
5 5 (0.79%) Windows Server
6 1 (0.16%) Windows Phone
6 1 (0.16%) Windows Phone 8
Processes & Methodologies
1 217 (34.50%) Agile Software Development
2 176 (27.98%) Web Development
3 137 (21.78%) Front End Development
4 91 (14.47%) Scrum
5 81 (12.88%) Software Engineering
6 77 (12.24%) Continuous Integration
7 62 (9.86%) MVC
8 59 (9.38%) OO
9 50 (7.95%) TDD
10 45 (7.15%) Open Source
10 45 (7.15%) Test Automation
11 41 (6.52%) BDD
12 37 (5.88%) OOP
13 28 (4.45%) Unit Testing
14 23 (3.66%) E-Commerce
14 23 (3.66%) SDET
15 22 (3.50%) Mentoring
16 21 (3.34%) Web Application Development
17 18 (2.86%) Problem-Solving
18 16 (2.54%) Continuous Improvement
Programming Languages
1 202 (32.11%) SQL
2 197 (31.32%) PHP
3 194 (30.84%) C#
4 131 (20.83%) Java
5 85 (13.51%) Python
6 47 (7.47%) T-SQL
7 31 (4.93%) ES6
8 28 (4.45%) Ruby
9 18 (2.86%) VB.NET
10 15 (2.38%) Perl
11 14 (2.23%) TypeScript
12 9 (1.43%) C
12 9 (1.43%) VB
12 9 (1.43%) VB6
13 8 (1.27%) Go
14 7 (1.11%) ES7
14 7 (1.11%) VBScript
15 5 (0.79%) Apex Code
16 3 (0.48%) Java 8
17 2 (0.32%) ES8
Qualifications
1 28 (4.45%) Degree
2 9 (1.43%) Computer Science Degree
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 43 (6.84%) QA
2 1 (0.16%) WCAG
System Software
1 53 (8.43%) Docker
2 2 (0.32%) Active Directory
Systems Management
1 5 (0.79%) Kubernetes
2 3 (0.48%) Ansible
2 3 (0.48%) Prometheus
3 2 (0.32%) Single Sign-On
4 1 (0.16%) Opscode Chef
Vendors
1 30 (4.77%) Adobe
2 22 (3.50%) Microsoft
3 21 (3.34%) Capita
4 11 (1.75%) Oracle
5 10 (1.59%) Google
6 9 (1.43%) Zend
7 5 (0.79%) Salesforce.com
8 3 (0.48%) HP
8 3 (0.48%) Xamarin
9 2 (0.32%) Cloudera
9 2 (0.32%) Hortonworks
9 2 (0.32%) Telerik
10 1 (0.16%) ServiceNow
10 1 (0.16%) Snow