Period
to 19 March 2019

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in Cambridge with a requirement for Scrum skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Scrum over the 6 months to 19 March 2019 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Scrum
Cambridgeshire > Cambridge
6 months to
19 Mar 2019
Same period 2018 Same period 2017
Rank 14 27 35
Rank change year-on-year +13 +8 -16
Permanent jobs citing Scrum 263 322 174
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in Cambridge 14.03% 9.54% 7.55%
As % of the Processes & Methodologies category 14.92% 10.06% 8.20%
Number of salaries quoted 183 240 157
Cambridge median annual salary £52,833 £55,000 £45,000
Median salary % change year-on-year -3.94% +22.22% -
10th Percentile £36,400 £33,750 £33,750
90th Percentile £67,500 £65,000 £65,500
Cambridgeshire median annual salary £52,833 £55,000 £45,000
% change year-on-year -3.94% +22.22% -

Scrum 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 Cambridge with a requirement for process or methodology skills.

All Process and Methodology Skills
Cambridge
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for process or methodology skills 1,763 3,202 2,123
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in Cambridge 94.03% 94.85% 92.14%
Number of salaries quoted 1,279 2,266 1,705
Cambridge median annual salary £50,000 £50,000 £45,000
Median salary % change year-on-year - +11.11% +1.12%
10th Percentile £31,250 £30,000 £26,600
90th Percentile £72,500 £70,000 £67,500
Cambridgeshire median annual salary £49,180 £49,000 £45,000
% change year-on-year +0.37% +8.89% +5.88%

Scrum
Job Vacancy Trend in Cambridge

Job postings citing Scrum as a percentage of all IT jobs advertised in Cambridge.

Job vacancy trend for Scrum in Cambridge

Scrum
Salary Trend in Cambridge

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

Salary trend for Scrum in Cambridge

Scrum
Salary Histogram in Cambridge

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing Scrum in Cambridge over the 6 months to 19 March 2019.

Salary histogram for Scrum in Cambridge

For the 6 months to 19 March 2019, IT jobs citing Scrum 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 Cambridge region with a requirement for Scrum.

1 234 (88.97%) Agile Software Development
2 138 (52.47%) Test Automation
3 105 (39.92%) Linux
4 103 (39.16%) Git (software)
5 100 (38.02%) Java
6 89 (33.84%) Kanban
7 86 (32.70%) Finance
8 79 (30.04%) Software Engineering
9 70 (26.62%) TDD
10 64 (24.33%) JavaScript
11 57 (21.67%) WorldPay
12 56 (21.29%) Oracle
13 55 (20.91%) SQL
13 55 (20.91%) C#
14 51 (19.39%) Python
15 49 (18.63%) Degree
16 48 (18.25%) Continuous Integration
17 46 (17.49%) Continuous Delivery
18 44 (16.73%) CSS
19 43 (16.35%) HTML
20 42 (15.97%) PostgreSQL
20 42 (15.97%) JIRA
21 41 (15.59%) Banking
21 41 (15.59%) SQL Server
21 41 (15.59%) PSD2
22 39 (14.83%) Jenkins
23 38 (14.45%) SDLC
23 38 (14.45%) Mentoring
23 38 (14.45%) QA
24 37 (14.07%) .NET

Scrum
Co-occurring IT Skills in Cambridge 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 12 (4.56%) OpenStack
2 10 (3.80%) Confluence
3 1 (0.38%) Apache
3 1 (0.38%) WordPress
Applications
1 3 (1.14%) Microsoft Excel
1 3 (1.14%) Microsoft Office
Business Applications
1 14 (5.32%) Odoo
2 2 (0.76%) SDL Web 8
Cloud Services
1 17 (6.46%) Microsoft Azure
2 16 (6.08%) Amazon AWS
3 9 (3.42%) GitHub
4 7 (2.66%) BrowserStack
4 7 (2.66%) Cloud Computing
5 4 (1.52%) SaaS
6 3 (1.14%) Azure Data Factory
Communications & Networking
1 13 (4.94%) Internet
2 5 (1.90%) HTTP
3 4 (1.52%) DNS
3 4 (1.52%) TCP/IP
4 3 (1.14%) 802.11
4 3 (1.14%) Ethernet
4 3 (1.14%) Wi-Fi
4 3 (1.14%) Wireless
5 2 (0.76%) NGN
6 1 (0.38%) Firewall
6 1 (0.38%) IPv4
6 1 (0.38%) IPv6
Database & Business Intelligence
1 42 (15.97%) PostgreSQL
2 41 (15.59%) SQL Server
3 18 (6.84%) NoSQL
4 12 (4.56%) Couchbase
5 11 (4.18%) MySQL
6 9 (3.42%) MongoDB
7 6 (2.28%) MariaDB
8 4 (1.52%) Big Data
8 4 (1.52%) Relational Database
9 3 (1.14%) Azure SQL Database
9 3 (1.14%) Data Lake
9 3 (1.14%) Microsoft Analysis Services
9 3 (1.14%) Power BI
9 3 (1.14%) PowerPivot
9 3 (1.14%) SQL Server Analysis Services
9 3 (1.14%) SQL Server Integration Services
10 1 (0.38%) Text Mining
Development Applications
1 103 (39.16%) Git (software)
2 42 (15.97%) JIRA
3 39 (14.83%) Jenkins
4 28 (10.65%) Selenium
5 24 (9.13%) TeamCity
6 20 (7.60%) Maven
7 18 (6.84%) Gradle
8 15 (5.70%) Cucumber
9 14 (5.32%) Hudson
9 14 (5.32%) Visual Studio
10 13 (4.94%) NUnit
11 8 (3.04%) Jasmine
12 5 (1.90%) Mercurial
13 3 (1.14%) Eclipse
13 3 (1.14%) JUnit
13 3 (1.14%) SpecFlow
13 3 (1.14%) Subversion
14 2 (0.76%) Mockito
14 2 (0.76%) QUnit
15 1 (0.38%) Team Foundation Server
General
1 86 (32.70%) Finance
2 41 (15.59%) Banking
3 26 (9.89%) Telecoms
4 22 (8.37%) Electronics
5 20 (7.60%) Manufacturing
6 18 (6.84%) Retail
7 15 (5.70%) Advertising
8 13 (4.94%) Marketing
9 6 (2.28%) Games
10 3 (1.14%) Law
11 1 (0.38%) Pharmaceutical
Job Titles
1 107 (40.68%) Developer
2 33 (12.55%) Java Engineer
3 28 (10.65%) Software Developer
3 28 (10.65%) Test Engineer
4 27 (10.27%) Software Engineer
5 24 (9.13%) C# Developer
6 22 (8.37%) .NET Developer
7 21 (7.98%) C# .NET Developer
8 20 (7.60%) Senior Developer
9 18 (6.84%) Senior Java Engineer
10 17 (6.46%) Analyst
10 17 (6.46%) Business Analyst
10 17 (6.46%) Software Manager
11 16 (6.08%) Software Test Engineer
12 15 (5.70%) Python Developer
12 15 (5.70%) Test Automation Engineer
13 14 (5.32%) C++ Developer
13 14 (5.32%) Lead Business Analyst
13 14 (5.32%) Senior Business Analyst
13 14 (5.32%) Tester
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 44 (16.73%) CSS
2 43 (16.35%) HTML
3 37 (14.07%) .NET
4 34 (12.93%) React
5 31 (11.79%) ASP.NET
6 29 (11.03%) CSS3
6 29 (11.03%) HTML5
7 27 (10.27%) Spring
8 26 (9.89%) AngularJS
9 22 (8.37%) RESTful
10 16 (6.08%) Gherkin
10 16 (6.08%) WCF
11 15 (5.70%) ASP.NET MVC
12 14 (5.32%) ASP.NET Web API
12 14 (5.32%) Boost C++ Libraries
12 14 (5.32%) REST
12 14 (5.32%) STL
12 14 (5.32%) Twitter Bootstrap
13 13 (4.94%) WinForms
13 13 (4.94%) WPF
Miscellaneous
1 37 (14.07%) User Experience
2 18 (6.84%) Algorithms
3 15 (5.70%) Self-Motivation
4 14 (5.32%) FMCG
5 12 (4.56%) Blog
6 11 (4.18%) Private Cloud
7 10 (3.80%) Fintech
8 9 (3.42%) Enterprise Software
8 9 (3.42%) Internet of Things
9 7 (2.66%) Analytical Skills
10 5 (1.90%) Data Structures
10 5 (1.90%) Virtual Team
11 4 (1.52%) Device Driver
11 4 (1.52%) Greenfield Project
12 3 (1.14%) Embedded Systems
12 3 (1.14%) Life Science
12 3 (1.14%) Mobile App
13 2 (0.76%) Linux Command Line
13 2 (0.76%) Public Cloud
13 2 (0.76%) Renewable Energy
Operating Systems
1 105 (39.92%) Linux
2 26 (9.89%) Windows
3 17 (6.46%) Ubuntu
4 11 (4.18%) Android
5 4 (1.52%) Unix
6 3 (1.14%) Embedded Linux
6 3 (1.14%) Windows Server
7 1 (0.38%) CentOS
7 1 (0.38%) Fedora
Processes & Methodologies
1 234 (88.97%) Agile Software Development
2 138 (52.47%) Test Automation
3 89 (33.84%) Kanban
4 79 (30.04%) Software Engineering
5 70 (26.62%) TDD
6 48 (18.25%) Continuous Integration
7 46 (17.49%) Continuous Delivery
8 38 (14.45%) Mentoring
8 38 (14.45%) SDLC
9 37 (14.07%) Technical Leadership
10 36 (13.69%) User Stories
11 32 (12.17%) BDD
11 32 (12.17%) Computer Science
11 32 (12.17%) Continuous Improvement
12 31 (11.79%) Project Management
13 28 (10.65%) Open Source
13 28 (10.65%) Problem-Solving
14 24 (9.13%) Configuration Management
15 23 (8.75%) Mathematics
15 23 (8.75%) OO
Programming Languages
1 100 (38.02%) Java
2 64 (24.33%) JavaScript
3 55 (20.91%) C#
3 55 (20.91%) SQL
4 51 (19.39%) Python
5 30 (11.41%) C++
6 12 (4.56%) ES6
6 12 (4.56%) T-SQL
7 7 (2.66%) PHP
8 6 (2.28%) Ruby
9 5 (1.90%) ES7
9 5 (1.90%) ES8
10 4 (1.52%) PowerShell
11 3 (1.14%) Assembly Language
11 3 (1.14%) C
11 3 (1.14%) Data Analysis Expressions (DAX)
11 3 (1.14%) Embedded C++
12 1 (0.38%) Go
12 1 (0.38%) ML
12 1 (0.38%) Shell Script
Qualifications
1 49 (18.63%) Degree
2 24 (9.13%) ISEB
3 22 (8.37%) Computer Science Degree
4 3 (1.14%) ISEB Practitioner
4 3 (1.14%) ISTQB
5 2 (0.76%) Numerate Degree
5 2 (0.76%) PMI Certification
5 2 (0.76%) PMP
6 1 (0.38%) PgMP
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 41 (15.59%) PSD2
2 38 (14.45%) QA
3 1 (0.38%) ISO/IEC 27001
3 1 (0.38%) PMO
System Software
1 30 (11.41%) Docker
2 12 (4.56%) Firmware
3 4 (1.52%) Virtual Machines
4 1 (0.38%) Xen
4 1 (0.38%) XenServer
Systems Management
1 25 (9.51%) Ansible
2 14 (5.32%) Puppet
3 13 (4.94%) Kubernetes
4 6 (2.28%) Packer
4 6 (2.28%) Terraform
5 1 (0.38%) HAProxy
5 1 (0.38%) Icinga
Vendors
1 57 (21.67%) WorldPay
2 56 (21.29%) Oracle
3 34 (12.93%) Microsoft
4 12 (4.56%) SAP
5 7 (2.66%) Sencha
6 2 (0.76%) Atlassian
6 2 (0.76%) Zend
7 1 (0.38%) Apple
7 1 (0.38%) Citrix
7 1 (0.38%) Perforce