Period
to 16 November 2018

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in Brighton with a requirement for Problem-Solving skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Problem-Solving over the 6 months to 16 November 2018 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Problem-Solving
East Sussex > Brighton
6 months to
16 Nov 2018
Same period 2017 Same period 2016
Rank 39 39 46
Rank change year-on-year 0 +7 +16
Permanent jobs citing Problem-Solving 139 111 86
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in Brighton 7.39% 6.25% 5.15%
As % of the Processes & Methodologies category 8.68% 6.76% 5.70%
Number of salaries quoted 125 110 48
Brighton median annual salary £50,000 £45,000 £35,000
Median salary % change year-on-year +11.11% +28.57% -17.65%
10th Percentile £31,250 £29,000 £24,375
90th Percentile £77,500 £57,500 £51,250
East Sussex median annual salary £51,000 £49,250 £37,000
% change year-on-year +3.55% +33.11% -12.94%

Problem-Solving is in the Processes and Methodologies 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 process or methodology skills.

All Process and Methodology Skills
Brighton
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for process or methodology skills 1,602 1,642 1,508
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in Brighton 85.17% 92.40% 90.25%
Number of salaries quoted 1,387 1,455 1,311
Brighton median annual salary £46,500 £45,000 £44,170
Median salary % change year-on-year +3.33% +1.88% +3.93%
10th Percentile £32,500 £27,500 £26,250
90th Percentile £67,500 £65,000 £70,000
East Sussex median annual salary £46,500 £45,000 £45,000
% change year-on-year +3.33% - +5.88%

Problem-Solving
Job Vacancy Trend in Brighton

Job postings citing Problem-Solving as a percentage of all IT jobs advertised in Brighton.

Job vacancy trend for Problem-Solving in Brighton

Problem-Solving
Salary Trend in Brighton

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

Salary trend for Problem-Solving in Brighton

Problem-Solving
Salary Histogram in Brighton

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing Problem-Solving in Brighton over the 6 months to 16 November 2018.

Salary histogram for Problem-Solving in Brighton

For the 6 months to 16 November 2018, IT jobs citing Problem-Solving 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 Problem-Solving.

1 104 (74.82%) Agile Software Development
2 101 (72.66%) Analytical Skills
3 64 (46.04%) Computer Science
4 62 (44.60%) TDD
4 62 (44.60%) Test Automation
4 62 (44.60%) C#
4 62 (44.60%) SQL
5 59 (42.45%) .NET
5 59 (42.45%) Git (software)
6 57 (41.01%) OO
6 57 (41.01%) Customer Requirements
7 56 (40.29%) SOLID
8 55 (39.57%) Pair Programming
8 55 (39.57%) Continuous Integration
9 54 (38.85%) Visual Studio
10 53 (38.13%) ASP.NET
10 53 (38.13%) Continuous Deployment
11 52 (37.41%) ASP.NET Web API
11 52 (37.41%) XSLT
11 52 (37.41%) OOD
11 52 (37.41%) Integration Testing
11 52 (37.41%) WCF
12 41 (29.50%) QA
13 29 (20.86%) Process Improvement
14 23 (16.55%) Degree
15 20 (14.39%) User Experience
16 15 (10.79%) CSS
17 14 (10.07%) HTML
17 14 (10.07%) Finance
17 14 (10.07%) Wireframes

Problem-Solving
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 5 (3.60%) Confluence
2 3 (2.16%) CMS
3 2 (1.44%) Moodle
3 2 (1.44%) Totara
4 1 (0.72%) Apache Spark
4 1 (0.72%) Drupal
4 1 (0.72%) Exchange Server 2010
4 1 (0.72%) Joomla!
4 1 (0.72%) MS Exchange
4 1 (0.72%) SharePoint
4 1 (0.72%) SilverStripe
4 1 (0.72%) Sitecore CMS
4 1 (0.72%) Tomcat
4 1 (0.72%) WordPress
Applications
1 10 (7.19%) Photoshop
2 2 (1.44%) Microsoft Office
3 1 (0.72%) Adobe Creative Suite
3 1 (0.72%) Adobe Illustrator
Business Applications
1 1 (0.72%) Salesforce.com CRM
Cloud Services
1 13 (9.35%) Amazon AWS
2 10 (7.19%) Microsoft Azure
3 3 (2.16%) PaaS
3 3 (2.16%) SaaS
4 2 (1.44%) IaaS
5 1 (0.72%) Boomi
5 1 (0.72%) Dynamics 365
5 1 (0.72%) iPaaS
5 1 (0.72%) npm
5 1 (0.72%) Serverless
5 1 (0.72%) TestFlight
5 1 (0.72%) Yarn
Communications & Networking
1 9 (6.47%) Wireless
2 8 (5.76%) Cisco Firepower
2 8 (5.76%) Firewall
3 5 (3.60%) LAN
4 3 (2.16%) Internet
4 3 (2.16%) WAN
5 2 (1.44%) Wi-Fi
5 2 (1.44%) WLAN
6 1 (0.72%) HTTP
6 1 (0.72%) Unified Communications
Database & Business Intelligence
1 4 (2.88%) Data Warehouse
1 4 (2.88%) SQL Server
2 2 (1.44%) Big Data
2 2 (1.44%) BusinessObjects
2 2 (1.44%) MySQL
2 2 (1.44%) NoSQL
2 2 (1.44%) Relational Database
3 1 (0.72%) Hadoop
3 1 (0.72%) HBase
3 1 (0.72%) Oracle Database
Development Applications
1 59 (42.45%) Git (software)
2 54 (38.85%) Visual Studio
3 12 (8.63%) Axure RP
4 5 (3.60%) Atlassian Bamboo
4 5 (3.60%) Bitbucket
4 5 (3.60%) JIRA
5 2 (1.44%) TeamCity
6 1 (0.72%) CocoaPods
6 1 (0.72%) Eclipse
6 1 (0.72%) fastlane
6 1 (0.72%) Flyway
6 1 (0.72%) Jenkins
6 1 (0.72%) JUnit
6 1 (0.72%) Maven
6 1 (0.72%) Mockito
6 1 (0.72%) Octopus Deploy
6 1 (0.72%) SonarQube
6 1 (0.72%) Team Foundation Server
6 1 (0.72%) webpack
6 1 (0.72%) Xcode
General
1 14 (10.07%) Finance
2 3 (2.16%) Banking
2 3 (2.16%) Games
3 1 (0.72%) Back Office
3 1 (0.72%) Marketing
3 1 (0.72%) Retail
Job Titles
1 72 (51.80%) Developer
2 55 (39.57%) .NET Developer
3 49 (35.25%) ASP.NET Developer
3 49 (35.25%) C# .NET Developer
3 49 (35.25%) C# ASP.NET Developer
3 49 (35.25%) C# Developer
4 29 (20.86%) Senior Developer
5 26 (18.71%) Agile .NET Developer
5 26 (18.71%) Agile C# Developer
5 26 (18.71%) Agile Developer
5 26 (18.71%) Senior .NET Developer
6 23 (16.55%) Senior ASP.NET Developer
6 23 (16.55%) Senior C# .NET Developer
6 23 (16.55%) Senior C# ASP.NET Developer
6 23 (16.55%) Senior C# Developer
6 23 (16.55%) Senior SQL Developer
6 23 (16.55%) SQL Developer
7 9 (6.47%) Designer
7 9 (6.47%) UX Designer
8 8 (5.76%) Architect
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 59 (42.45%) .NET
2 53 (38.13%) ASP.NET
3 52 (37.41%) ASP.NET Web API
3 52 (37.41%) WCF
3 52 (37.41%) XSLT
4 15 (10.79%) CSS
5 14 (10.07%) HTML
6 8 (5.76%) Web Services
7 6 (4.32%) Node.js
8 4 (2.88%) AngularJS
8 4 (2.88%) Hibernate
9 3 (2.16%) CSS3
9 3 (2.16%) HTML5
9 3 (2.16%) REST
10 2 (1.44%) Django
10 2 (1.44%) jQuery
10 2 (1.44%) LESS
10 2 (1.44%) React
10 2 (1.44%) Sass
10 2 (1.44%) Twitter Bootstrap
Miscellaneous
1 101 (72.66%) Analytical Skills
2 64 (46.04%) Computer Science
3 20 (14.39%) User Experience
4 8 (5.76%) Fintech
5 6 (4.32%) Mainframe
5 6 (4.32%) Management Information System
6 5 (3.60%) PMI
6 5 (3.60%) Self-Motivation
7 4 (2.88%) Mobile App
8 3 (2.16%) Algorithms
8 3 (2.16%) Cloud Native
8 3 (2.16%) e-Learning
9 2 (1.44%) Driving Licence
9 2 (1.44%) Enterprise Software
9 2 (1.44%) Mobile Computing
9 2 (1.44%) PDA
10 1 (0.72%) Client/Server
10 1 (0.72%) Learning Management System
10 1 (0.72%) SCORM
Operating Systems
1 10 (7.19%) Linux
2 7 (5.04%) Windows
3 3 (2.16%) Apple iOS
3 3 (2.16%) Unix
4 2 (1.44%) Windows 7
5 1 (0.72%) Ubuntu
Processes & Methodologies
1 104 (74.82%) Agile Software Development
2 62 (44.60%) TDD
2 62 (44.60%) Test Automation
3 57 (41.01%) Customer Requirements
3 57 (41.01%) OO
4 56 (40.29%) SOLID
5 55 (39.57%) Continuous Integration
5 55 (39.57%) Pair Programming
6 53 (38.13%) Continuous Deployment
7 52 (37.41%) Integration Testing
7 52 (37.41%) OOD
8 29 (20.86%) Process Improvement
9 14 (10.07%) Wireframes
10 11 (7.91%) Microservices
10 11 (7.91%) Open Source
10 11 (7.91%) Scrum
11 10 (7.19%) Project Management
12 9 (6.47%) Creative Problem-Solving
13 8 (5.76%) Information Security
13 8 (5.76%) Stakeholder Management
Programming Languages
1 62 (44.60%) C#
1 62 (44.60%) SQL
2 13 (9.35%) JavaScript
3 10 (7.19%) Java
4 6 (4.32%) VB
5 5 (3.60%) PHP
6 4 (2.88%) Python
7 3 (2.16%) C++
7 3 (2.16%) F#
7 3 (2.16%) Groovy
7 3 (2.16%) MATLAB
7 3 (2.16%) Perl
8 2 (1.44%) Go
9 1 (0.72%) Apple Swift
9 1 (0.72%) Objective-C
9 1 (0.72%) PL/SQL
Qualifications
1 23 (16.55%) Degree
2 10 (7.19%) Computer Science Degree
3 8 (5.76%) CCDP
3 8 (5.76%) CCNP
3 8 (5.76%) Cisco Certification
4 5 (3.60%) PMI Certification
5 4 (2.88%) PRINCE2 Certification
6 3 (2.16%) Numerate Degree
6 3 (2.16%) PhD
7 1 (0.72%) ITIL Foundation Certificate
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 41 (29.50%) QA
2 2 (1.44%) SLA
3 1 (0.72%) IFRS
System Software
1 4 (2.88%) Docker
2 3 (2.16%) NFS
3 1 (0.72%) Active Directory
Systems Management
1 2 (1.44%) Ansible
1 2 (1.44%) Puppet
1 2 (1.44%) SCCM
1 2 (1.44%) Terraform
2 1 (0.72%) Kubernetes
2 1 (0.72%) Prometheus
2 1 (0.72%) Proxmox
Vendors
1 8 (5.76%) CheckPoint
1 8 (5.76%) Cisco
1 8 (5.76%) Juniper
1 8 (5.76%) Meraki
1 8 (5.76%) Microsoft
1 8 (5.76%) Palo Alto
2 5 (3.60%) Atlassian
3 4 (2.88%) Oracle
4 2 (1.44%) Ab Initio
4 2 (1.44%) Birst
4 2 (1.44%) Citrix
4 2 (1.44%) Salesforce.com
4 2 (1.44%) VMware
5 1 (0.72%) Adobe
5 1 (0.72%) Apple
5 1 (0.72%) Dell
5 1 (0.72%) PayPal
5 1 (0.72%) Peoplefluent
5 1 (0.72%) Remedy
5 1 (0.72%) Sitecore