Period
to 24 November 2017

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in Brighton with a requirement for Ruby skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Ruby over the 6 months to 24 November 2017 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Ruby
East Sussex > Brighton
6 months to
24 Nov 2017
Same period 2016 Same period 2015
Rank 65 65 92
Rank change year-on-year 0 +27 -22
Permanent jobs citing Ruby 69 55 47
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in Brighton 3.78% 3.36% 2.58%
As % of the Programming Languages category 5.41% 6.10% 3.84%
Number of salaries quoted 52 44 12
Brighton median annual salary £45,000 £47,500 £45,000
Median salary % change year-on-year -5.26% +5.56% +15.38%
10th Percentile £32,275 £28,000 £21,525
90th Percentile £67,500 £71,250 £52,500
East Sussex median annual salary £45,000 £47,500 £45,000
% change year-on-year -5.26% +5.56% +15.38%

Ruby 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 1276 902 1225
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in Brighton 69.88% 55.17% 67.20%
Number of salaries quoted 1163 782 1038
Brighton median annual salary £45,000 £42,500 £41,000
Median salary % change year-on-year +5.88% +3.66% +3.80%
10th Percentile £30,000 £27,050 £25,000
90th Percentile £61,250 £60,000 £58,000
East Sussex median annual salary £45,000 £42,500 £41,500
% change year-on-year +5.88% +2.41% +3.75%

Ruby
Job Vacancy Trend in Brighton

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

Job vacancy trend for Ruby in Brighton

Ruby
Salary Trend in Brighton

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

Salary trend for Ruby in Brighton

Ruby
Salary Histogram in Brighton

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing Ruby in Brighton over the 6 months to 24 November 2017.

Salary histogram for Ruby in Brighton

For the 6 months to 24 November 2017, IT jobs citing Ruby also mentioned the following skills in order of popularity. The figures indicate the number co-occurrences and its proportion to all job ads across the Brighton region with a requirement for Ruby.

1 49 (71.01%) JavaScript
2 41 (59.42%) HTML
3 39 (56.52%) Agile Software Development
4 38 (55.07%) Python
5 35 (50.72%) PHP
6 30 (43.48%) CSS
7 29 (42.03%) Ruby on Rails
8 28 (40.58%) TDD
9 27 (39.13%) BDD
10 25 (36.23%) MySQL
11 24 (34.78%) Java
11 24 (34.78%) React
12 23 (33.33%) SQL
12 23 (33.33%) Open Source
13 16 (23.19%) Linux
13 16 (23.19%) Web Development
14 15 (21.74%) QA
14 15 (21.74%) Test Automation
14 15 (21.74%) Cucumber
15 14 (20.29%) Scrum
16 13 (18.84%) Jenkins
17 12 (17.39%) AngularJS
17 12 (17.39%) Backbone.js
17 12 (17.39%) Node.js
17 12 (17.39%) MongoDB
17 12 (17.39%) Mentoring
18 11 (15.94%) JIRA
18 11 (15.94%) PostgreSQL
18 11 (15.94%) Adobe Illustrator
18 11 (15.94%) webpack

Ruby
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 1 (1.45%) Apache
1 1 (1.45%) JBoss
1 1 (1.45%) Tomcat
Applications
1 11 (15.94%) Adobe Illustrator
Database & Business Intelligence
1 25 (36.23%) MySQL
2 12 (17.39%) MongoDB
3 11 (15.94%) PostgreSQL
4 2 (2.90%) NoSQL
4 2 (2.90%) SQL Server
Development Applications
1 15 (21.74%) Cucumber
2 13 (18.84%) Jenkins
3 11 (15.94%) gulp
3 11 (15.94%) JIRA
3 11 (15.94%) PostCSS
3 11 (15.94%) webpack
4 10 (14.49%) Capybara
4 10 (14.49%) Git (software)
5 5 (7.25%) Selenium
6 4 (5.80%) WebDriver
7 1 (1.45%) Bugzilla
General
1 3 (4.35%) Finance
2 1 (1.45%) Banking
2 1 (1.45%) Marketing
Job Titles
1 29 (42.03%) Developer
2 19 (27.54%) Development Manager
2 19 (27.54%) Head of Development
3 14 (20.29%) QA Engineer
3 14 (20.29%) QA Test Engineer
3 14 (20.29%) Test Engineer
4 12 (17.39%) Full Stack Developer
4 12 (17.39%) PHP Developer
5 11 (15.94%) Analyst
5 11 (15.94%) JavaScript Developer
5 11 (15.94%) QA Analyst
5 11 (15.94%) QA Test Analyst
5 11 (15.94%) Ruby on Rails Developer
5 11 (15.94%) Test Analyst
6 6 (8.70%) Junior
7 3 (4.35%) Graduate
7 3 (4.35%) Graduate Developer
7 3 (4.35%) Junior Developer
7 3 (4.35%) Junior Web Developer
7 3 (4.35%) Web Developer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 41 (59.42%) HTML
2 30 (43.48%) CSS
3 29 (42.03%) Ruby on Rails
4 24 (34.78%) React
5 12 (17.39%) AngularJS
5 12 (17.39%) Backbone.js
5 12 (17.39%) Node.js
6 11 (15.94%) Laravel
6 11 (15.94%) Sass
7 10 (14.49%) RESTful
8 4 (5.80%) Vue (Vue.js)
9 3 (4.35%) jQuery
10 1 (1.45%) .NET
10 1 (1.45%) CSS3
10 1 (1.45%) HTML5
10 1 (1.45%) Redux
Miscellaneous
1 3 (4.35%) Computer Science
Operating Systems
1 16 (23.19%) Linux
2 1 (1.45%) Windows
Processes & Methodologies
1 39 (56.52%) Agile Software Development
2 28 (40.58%) TDD
3 27 (39.13%) BDD
4 23 (33.33%) Open Source
5 16 (23.19%) Web Development
6 15 (21.74%) Test Automation
7 14 (20.29%) Scrum
8 12 (17.39%) Mentoring
9 11 (15.94%) BEM - Block Element Modifier
10 10 (14.49%) Test Scripting
11 9 (13.04%) Line Management
12 8 (11.59%) Front End Development
13 4 (5.80%) Customer-Centricity
13 4 (5.80%) DevOps
13 4 (5.80%) User Acceptance Testing
14 3 (4.35%) Configuration Management
15 2 (2.90%) Build Automation
15 2 (2.90%) OO
16 1 (1.45%) Digital Marketing
Programming Languages
1 49 (71.01%) JavaScript
2 38 (55.07%) Python
3 35 (50.72%) PHP
4 24 (34.78%) Java
5 23 (33.33%) SQL
6 9 (13.04%) C#
7 3 (4.35%) Bash Shell
Qualifications
1 3 (4.35%) Computer Science Degree
1 3 (4.35%) Degree
2 1 (1.45%) RHCSA
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 15 (21.74%) QA
Systems Management
1 4 (5.80%) HP Quality Center
2 3 (4.35%) Ansible
2 3 (4.35%) Puppet
Vendors
1 3 (4.35%) Red Hat