Period
to 15 July 2018

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in the City of London with a requirement for Hibernate skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Hibernate over the 6 months to 15 July 2018 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Hibernate
Central London > City of London
6 months to
15 Jul 2018
Same period 2017 Same period 2016
Rank 152 155 203
Rank change year-on-year +3 +48 -31
Permanent jobs citing Hibernate 234 204 182
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the City of London 2.07% 1.96% 1.34%
As % of the Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards category 5.01% 5.09% 3.28%
Number of salaries quoted 220 181 171
City of London median annual salary £65,000 £62,500 £60,000
Median salary % change year-on-year +4.00% +4.17% +4.35%
10th Percentile £41,175 £41,250 £37,500
90th Percentile £100,000 £100,000 £95,000
Central London median annual salary £65,000 £62,500 £62,500
% change year-on-year +4.00% - +8.70%

Hibernate is in the Software Libraries and Frameworks category. The following table is for comparison with the above and provides summary statistics for all permanent 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
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for technical specification, industry standards, software libraries and framework skills 4,672 4,006 5,549
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the City of London 41.41% 38.51% 40.85%
Number of salaries quoted 4,174 3,580 4,987
City of London median annual salary £65,000 £60,000 £57,500
Median salary % change year-on-year +8.33% +4.35% +4.55%
10th Percentile £41,250 £37,500 £37,500
90th Percentile £93,750 £90,000 £85,000
Central London median annual salary £65,000 £60,000 £57,500
% change year-on-year +8.33% +4.35% +4.55%

Hibernate
Job Vacancy Trend in the City of London

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

Job vacancy trend for Hibernate in the City of London

Hibernate
Salary Trend in the City of London

This chart provides the 3-month moving average for salaries quoted in permanent IT jobs citing Hibernate in the City of London.

Salary trend for Hibernate in the City of London

Hibernate
Salary Histogram in the City of London

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing Hibernate in the City of London over the 6 months to 15 July 2018.

Salary histogram for Hibernate in the City of London

For the 6 months to 15 July 2018, IT jobs citing Hibernate 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 City of London region with a requirement for Hibernate.

1 233 (99.57%) Java
2 221 (94.44%) Spring
3 126 (53.85%) SQL
4 115 (49.15%) JavaScript
4 115 (49.15%) Agile Software Development
5 113 (48.29%) TDD
6 101 (43.16%) CSS
7 97 (41.45%) Java EE
8 94 (40.17%) HTML
9 87 (37.18%) Finance
10 82 (35.04%) PHP
11 81 (34.62%) Java 8
12 74 (31.62%) Struts
13 68 (29.06%) Advertising
14 63 (26.92%) Web Development
15 60 (25.64%) JDBC
16 59 (25.21%) Oracle
17 52 (22.22%) Microservices
18 51 (21.79%) Git (software)
19 50 (21.37%) Maven
20 48 (20.51%) Linux
21 47 (20.09%) Scrum
22 45 (19.23%) REST
23 39 (16.67%) MVC
23 39 (16.67%) J2EE
24 37 (15.81%) Web Services
24 37 (15.81%) Docker
25 35 (14.96%) Relational Database
26 34 (14.53%) JSF
26 34 (14.53%) Ajax

Hibernate
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 21 (8.97%) Apache
2 20 (8.55%) JBoss
2 20 (8.55%) Tomcat
3 15 (6.41%) WordPress
4 9 (3.85%) WildFly
5 8 (3.42%) WebSphere
6 6 (2.56%) Apache TomEE
7 5 (2.14%) Apache Spark
7 5 (2.14%) WebLogic
8 4 (1.71%) Oracle SOA Suite
9 3 (1.28%) IIS
9 3 (1.28%) Moodle
9 3 (1.28%) Oracle Coherence
10 2 (0.85%) Elasticsearch
11 1 (0.43%) SharePoint
Business Applications
1 2 (0.85%) Salesforce.com CRM
Cloud Services
1 19 (8.12%) Amazon AWS
2 16 (6.84%) Cloud Computing
3 6 (2.56%) Microsoft Azure
4 3 (1.28%) Google Cloud Platform
5 2 (0.85%) Amazon CloudWatch
5 2 (0.85%) Datadog
5 2 (0.85%) Stackdriver
6 1 (0.43%) Office 365
6 1 (0.43%) OpenShift
6 1 (0.43%) SaaS
6 1 (0.43%) Serverless
Communications & Networking
1 6 (2.56%) SSH
2 3 (1.28%) Intranet
3 2 (0.85%) SMS
4 1 (0.43%) Internet
Database & Business Intelligence
1 35 (14.96%) Relational Database
2 33 (14.10%) SQL Server
3 31 (13.25%) MySQL
4 24 (10.26%) PostgreSQL
5 16 (6.84%) Big Data
6 10 (4.27%) MongoDB
7 9 (3.85%) NoSQL
7 9 (3.85%) RDBMS
8 7 (2.99%) Hadoop
9 4 (1.71%) Amazon DynamoDB
10 3 (1.28%) Apache Cassandra
10 3 (1.28%) CouchDB
10 3 (1.28%) DB2
10 3 (1.28%) Hazelcast
10 3 (1.28%) Oracle Database
10 3 (1.28%) Redis
11 2 (0.85%) Cosmos DB
12 1 (0.43%) Amazon Aurora
12 1 (0.43%) NuoDB
12 1 (0.43%) Power BI
Development Applications
1 51 (21.79%) Git (software)
2 50 (21.37%) Maven
3 31 (13.25%) JUnit
4 30 (12.82%) Jenkins
5 27 (11.54%) Gradle
6 23 (9.83%) Selenium
7 20 (8.55%) JIRA
8 19 (8.12%) Subversion
9 16 (6.84%) Bitbucket
9 16 (6.84%) Log4j
10 15 (6.41%) TestNG
11 12 (5.13%) Mockito
12 10 (4.27%) Cucumber
13 7 (2.99%) Ant
13 7 (2.99%) Sonatype Nexus
14 6 (2.56%) Emacs
14 6 (2.56%) WebDriver
15 4 (1.71%) IntelliJ
16 3 (1.28%) Eclipse
16 3 (1.28%) Visual Studio
General
1 87 (37.18%) Finance
2 68 (29.06%) Advertising
3 27 (11.54%) Banking
4 19 (8.12%) Games
5 12 (5.13%) Investment Banking
6 10 (4.27%) Financial Institution
7 9 (3.85%) Front Office
8 3 (1.28%) Automotive
8 3 (1.28%) Pharmaceutical
8 3 (1.28%) Retail
9 2 (0.85%) Telecoms
10 1 (0.43%) Back Office
10 1 (0.43%) Billing
10 1 (0.43%) Legal
10 1 (0.43%) Marketing
10 1 (0.43%) Retail Banking
Job Titles
1 209 (89.32%) Developer
2 201 (85.90%) Java Developer
3 46 (19.66%) Senior Developer
4 42 (17.95%) Senior Java Developer
5 22 (9.40%) Lead Developer
6 21 (8.97%) Lead Java Developer
7 17 (7.26%) Java Engineer
8 14 (5.98%) Software Engineer
9 12 (5.13%) Full Stack Developer
10 11 (4.70%) J2EE Developer
10 11 (4.70%) Java/J2EE Developer
10 11 (4.70%) Senior Java Engineer
10 11 (4.70%) Software Developer
11 10 (4.27%) Java Software Developer
11 10 (4.27%) Java Software Engineer
12 7 (2.99%) Java Team Leader
12 7 (2.99%) Team Leader
13 6 (2.56%) Core Java Developer
13 6 (2.56%) Senior Software Engineer
14 5 (2.14%) Java Games Developer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 221 (94.44%) Spring
2 101 (43.16%) CSS
3 97 (41.45%) Java EE
4 94 (40.17%) HTML
5 74 (31.62%) Struts
6 60 (25.64%) JDBC
7 45 (19.23%) REST
8 39 (16.67%) J2EE
9 37 (15.81%) Web Services
10 34 (14.53%) Ajax
10 34 (14.53%) JSF
11 33 (14.10%) JSP
12 30 (12.82%) jQuery
13 28 (11.97%) XML
14 27 (11.54%) Spring Boot
15 25 (10.68%) Spring MVC
16 23 (9.83%) JPA
17 21 (8.97%) Sass
18 19 (8.12%) SOAP
19 18 (7.69%) HTML5
Miscellaneous
1 21 (8.97%) Greenfield Project
2 17 (7.26%) Mobile App
3 16 (6.84%) Fintech
4 13 (5.56%) Self-Motivation
5 9 (3.85%) Derivative
6 8 (3.42%) Computer Science
6 8 (3.42%) Linux Command Line
7 5 (2.14%) Data Structures
7 5 (2.14%) Market Risk
8 4 (1.71%) Analytical Skills
9 3 (1.28%) Clustering
9 3 (1.28%) Enterprise Software
9 3 (1.28%) NHS
9 3 (1.28%) User Experience
10 2 (0.85%) Analytical Mindset
10 2 (0.85%) Cloud Native
10 2 (0.85%) e-Learning
10 2 (0.85%) Hedge funds
10 2 (0.85%) Life Science
11 1 (0.43%) Algorithms
Operating Systems
1 48 (20.51%) Linux
2 17 (7.26%) Android
3 15 (6.41%) openSUSE
3 15 (6.41%) Ubuntu
4 12 (5.13%) Unix
5 3 (1.28%) Red Hat Enterprise Linux
5 3 (1.28%) Windows
6 2 (0.85%) Apple iOS
Processes & Methodologies
1 115 (49.15%) Agile Software Development
2 113 (48.29%) TDD
3 63 (26.92%) Web Development
4 52 (22.22%) Microservices
5 47 (20.09%) Scrum
6 39 (16.67%) MVC
7 34 (14.53%) BDD
8 28 (11.97%) Continuous Integration
9 27 (11.54%) OO
10 24 (10.26%) Software Engineering
11 20 (8.55%) Unit Testing
12 19 (8.12%) Dependency Injection
12 19 (8.12%) Mentoring
12 19 (8.12%) SOA
13 17 (7.26%) Customer Requirements
14 16 (6.84%) Continuous Improvement
14 16 (6.84%) Open Source
15 15 (6.41%) DevOps
16 14 (5.98%) SDLC
17 13 (5.56%) Problem-Solving
Programming Languages
1 233 (99.57%) Java
2 126 (53.85%) SQL
3 115 (49.15%) JavaScript
4 82 (35.04%) PHP
5 81 (34.62%) Java 8
6 33 (14.10%) Scala
7 16 (6.84%) Perl
8 13 (5.56%) Groovy
9 9 (3.85%) Python
10 8 (3.42%) Shell Script
11 7 (2.99%) C++
11 7 (2.99%) Kotlin
12 5 (2.14%) C#
13 3 (1.28%) ANSI SQL
13 3 (1.28%) Bash Shell
14 2 (0.85%) ES6
14 2 (0.85%) PL/SQL
15 1 (0.43%) Korn
15 1 (0.43%) Lua
15 1 (0.43%) Ruby
Qualifications
1 11 (4.70%) Degree
2 6 (2.56%) Computer Science Degree
3 4 (1.71%) Master's Degree
4 1 (0.43%) AWS Certification
4 1 (0.43%) DBS Check
4 1 (0.43%) Numerate Degree
4 1 (0.43%) SC Cleared
4 1 (0.43%) Security Cleared
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 10 (4.27%) QA
2 3 (1.28%) ISO 9001
3 2 (0.85%) GCP
4 1 (0.43%) EMIR
4 1 (0.43%) MiFID
System Software
1 37 (15.81%) Docker
2 1 (0.43%) GridGain
2 1 (0.43%) Virtual Machines
Systems Management
1 22 (9.40%) Opscode Chef
1 22 (9.40%) Puppet
2 15 (6.41%) Salt
3 8 (3.42%) Ansible
4 4 (1.71%) Kubernetes
5 3 (1.28%) Terraform
6 2 (0.85%) logstash
Vendors
1 59 (25.21%) Oracle
2 4 (1.71%) Google
3 3 (1.28%) Atlassian
3 3 (1.28%) Microsoft
4 2 (0.85%) IBM
4 2 (0.85%) New Relic
4 2 (0.85%) Sybase
5 1 (0.43%) Perforce
5 1 (0.43%) Salesforce.com
5 1 (0.43%) Solace
5 1 (0.43%) Splunk
5 1 (0.43%) TIBCO