Period
to 10 August 2020

The table below looks at the prevalence of the term Retail in permanent job vacancies advertised in the City of London. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Retail over the 6 months to 10 August 2020 with a comparison to the same period over the previous 2 years.

Retailing
Central London > City of London
6 months to
10 Aug 2020
Same period 2019 Same period 2018
Rank 83 91 86
Rank change year-on-year +8 -5 -39
Permanent jobs citing Retail 167 376 407
As % of all permanent jobs advertised in the City of London 3.35% 3.68% 3.70%
As % of the General category 6.67% 7.30% 6.48%
Number of salaries quoted 166 358 360
Median annual salary £67,750 £62,500 £60,000
Median salary % change year-on-year +8.40% +4.17% -
10th Percentile £42,500 £41,250 £31,175
90th Percentile £91,250 £97,500 £86,375
Central London median annual salary £67,500 £62,500 £60,000
% change year-on-year +8.00% +4.17% -

Retail is in the General Skills 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 common skills.

All General Skills
City of London
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for common skills 2,505 5,150 6,278
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the City of London 50.18% 50.40% 57.10%
Number of salaries quoted 2,199 4,548 5,574
Median annual salary £70,000 £67,500 £65,000
Median salary % change year-on-year +3.70% +3.85% +8.33%
10th Percentile £42,088 £37,925 £36,825
90th Percentile £106,250 £97,500 £95,000
Central London median annual salary £70,000 £65,000 £62,500
% change year-on-year +7.69% +4.00% +4.17%

Retail
Job Vacancy Trend in the City of London

Job postings citing Retail as a proportion of all IT jobs advertised in the City of London.

Job vacancy trend for Retail in the City of London

Retail
Salary Trend in the City of London

3-month moving average salary quoted in jobs citing Retail in the City of London.

Salary trend for Retail in the City of London

Retail
Salary Histogram in the City of London

Salary distribution for jobs citing Retail in the City of London over the 6 months to 10 August 2020.

Salary histogram for Retail in the City of London

For the 6 months to 10 August 2020, IT jobs citing Retail 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 Retail.

1 61 (36.53%) Finance
2 47 (28.14%) Agile Software Development
3 40 (23.95%) E-Commerce
4 31 (18.56%) User Experience
5 30 (17.96%) Banking
6 27 (16.17%) DevOps
7 25 (14.97%) Azure
8 23 (13.77%) Docker
8 23 (13.77%) Kubernetes
9 21 (12.57%) Java
9 21 (12.57%) JavaScript
9 21 (12.57%) Python
10 19 (11.38%) Software Engineering
10 19 (11.38%) Fintech
10 19 (11.38%) Microservices
11 18 (10.78%) Terraform
11 18 (10.78%) Front End Development
12 17 (10.18%) Marketing
12 17 (10.18%) SQL
12 17 (10.18%) Microsoft
13 16 (9.58%) AWS
14 15 (8.98%) Degree
14 15 (8.98%) Infrastructure as Code
15 14 (8.38%) .NET
15 14 (8.38%) Analytics
15 14 (8.38%) Mobile App
15 14 (8.38%) React
16 13 (7.78%) GCP
16 13 (7.78%) Business Intelligence
17 12 (7.19%) Linux

Retail
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 8 (4.79%) Confluence
2 4 (2.40%) Apache Spark
3 1 (0.60%) Elasticsearch
3 1 (0.60%) Oracle SOA Suite
3 1 (0.60%) WebSphere
Applications
1 6 (3.59%) Photoshop
2 5 (2.99%) Microsoft Excel
2 5 (2.99%) Microsoft Office
3 4 (2.40%) Microsoft PowerPoint
4 3 (1.80%) Adobe Illustrator
4 3 (1.80%) Microsoft Project
5 2 (1.20%) Sketch
6 1 (0.60%) Adobe After Effects
6 1 (0.60%) Adobe Creative Suite
6 1 (0.60%) Adobe Premiere
6 1 (0.60%) InDesign
6 1 (0.60%) InVision
Business Applications
1 4 (2.40%) SAP Business One
2 1 (0.60%) Magento
2 1 (0.60%) NetSuite
2 1 (0.60%) Oracle Retail
Cloud Services
1 25 (14.97%) Azure
2 16 (9.58%) AWS
3 13 (7.78%) GCP
4 8 (4.79%) SaaS
5 5 (2.99%) Office 365
6 4 (2.40%) Apigee
6 4 (2.40%) Salesforce Sales Cloud
7 2 (1.20%) Amazon S3
7 2 (1.20%) Cloud Computing
7 2 (1.20%) Datadog
7 2 (1.20%) Firebase
7 2 (1.20%) Power Platform
7 2 (1.20%) Trello
8 1 (0.60%) Amazon EC2
8 1 (0.60%) Amazon SQS
8 1 (0.60%) AWS Lambda
8 1 (0.60%) Google Analytics
8 1 (0.60%) Heroku
8 1 (0.60%) IaaS
8 1 (0.60%) PaaS
Communications & Networking
1 4 (2.40%) Firewall
1 4 (2.40%) Kerberos
2 1 (0.60%) Network Security
Database & Business Intelligence
1 10 (5.99%) Blockchain
2 6 (3.59%) Data Warehouse
2 6 (3.59%) SQL Server
2 6 (3.59%) SQL Server Integration Services
2 6 (3.59%) SQL Server Reporting Services
3 5 (2.99%) Data Lake
3 5 (2.99%) NoSQL
4 4 (2.40%) Apache Hive
4 4 (2.40%) Big Data
4 4 (2.40%) BusinessObjects Business Intelligence
4 4 (2.40%) Hadoop
4 4 (2.40%) HBase
5 3 (1.80%) Azure SQL Data Warehouse
5 3 (1.80%) Data Mining
5 3 (1.80%) OLAP
6 2 (1.20%) Amazon RDS
6 2 (1.20%) MongoDB
6 2 (1.20%) Power BI
6 2 (1.20%) QlikView
6 2 (1.20%) Relational Database
Development Applications
1 9 (5.39%) JIRA
2 6 (3.59%) Git (software)
3 4 (2.40%) Mocha
4 2 (1.20%) Axure RP
4 2 (1.20%) Balsamiq
4 2 (1.20%) Gatling
4 2 (1.20%) Gradle
4 2 (1.20%) JUnit
4 2 (1.20%) Maven
4 2 (1.20%) Spock
5 1 (0.60%) Bitbucket
5 1 (0.60%) GitLab
5 1 (0.60%) Jenkins
5 1 (0.60%) TeamCity
5 1 (0.60%) Zephyr
General
1 61 (36.53%) Finance
2 30 (17.96%) Banking
3 17 (10.18%) Marketing
4 7 (4.19%) Law
5 6 (3.59%) Advertising
5 6 (3.59%) Public Sector
6 5 (2.99%) Games
6 5 (2.99%) Legal
6 5 (2.99%) Pharmaceutical
6 5 (2.99%) Telecoms
7 4 (2.40%) Investment Banking
7 4 (2.40%) Retail Banking
8 3 (1.80%) Publishing
9 2 (1.20%) Automotive
9 2 (1.20%) German Language
9 2 (1.20%) Italian Language
9 2 (1.20%) Manufacturing
9 2 (1.20%) Police
10 1 (0.60%) Aerospace
10 1 (0.60%) Digital Economy
Job Titles
1 41 (24.55%) Developer
2 16 (9.58%) Front End Developer (Client-Side Developer)
3 14 (8.38%) E-Commerce Developer
4 13 (7.78%) DevOps Engineer
4 13 (7.78%) Product Manager
5 11 (6.59%) Consultant
6 10 (5.99%) Azure Engineer
7 9 (5.39%) Designer
8 8 (4.79%) Analyst
9 7 (4.19%) Azure DevOps Engineer
9 7 (4.19%) Digital Product Manager
10 6 (3.59%) Applications Engineer
10 6 (3.59%) Kubernetes Engineer
10 6 (3.59%) Security Engineer
10 6 (3.59%) Senior Developer
10 6 (3.59%) UI Designer
10 6 (3.59%) UX Designer
11 5 (2.99%) Business Analyst
11 5 (2.99%) Junior
11 5 (2.99%) Senior Manager
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 14 (8.38%) .NET
1 14 (8.38%) React
2 10 (5.99%) HTML
2 10 (5.99%) Node.js
2 10 (5.99%) Spring
3 7 (4.19%) CSS
3 7 (4.19%) REST
3 7 (4.19%) Spring Boot
4 6 (3.59%) Hibernate
5 5 (2.99%) AngularJS
5 5 (2.99%) Redux
5 5 (2.99%) RESTful
6 4 (2.40%) Enzyme
6 4 (2.40%) Express
6 4 (2.40%) HTML5
6 4 (2.40%) Jest
6 4 (2.40%) SAML
7 3 (1.80%) ASP.NET Web API
7 3 (1.80%) Kafka
7 3 (1.80%) SailPoint
Miscellaneous
1 31 (18.56%) User Experience
2 14 (8.38%) Mobile App
3 9 (5.39%) Greenfield Project
4 8 (4.79%) Analytical Skills
5 7 (4.19%) Algorithms
6 5 (2.99%) Cloud Native
6 5 (2.99%) Data Centre
6 5 (2.99%) Management Information System
7 4 (2.40%) Smart City
7 4 (2.40%) Video Conferencing
8 3 (1.80%) Enterprise Software
9 2 (1.20%) Derivative
9 2 (1.20%) EMC VMAX
9 2 (1.20%) Smartphone
10 1 (0.60%) Blog
10 1 (0.60%) Credit Risk
10 1 (0.60%) Interest Rate Derivative
10 1 (0.60%) Linux Command Line
10 1 (0.60%) Photography
10 1 (0.60%) Self-Motivation
Operating Systems
1 12 (7.19%) Linux
2 4 (2.40%) Android
2 4 (2.40%) Apple iOS
2 4 (2.40%) Windows
3 2 (1.20%) Red Hat Enterprise Linux
4 1 (0.60%) Unix
Processes & Methodologies
1 47 (28.14%) Agile Software Development
2 40 (23.95%) E-Commerce
3 27 (16.17%) DevOps
4 19 (11.38%) Fintech
4 19 (11.38%) Microservices
4 19 (11.38%) Software Engineering
5 18 (10.78%) Front End Development
6 15 (8.98%) Infrastructure as Code
7 14 (8.38%) Analytics
8 13 (7.78%) Business Intelligence
9 12 (7.19%) DevSecOps
9 12 (7.19%) SDLC
10 11 (6.59%) Artificial Intelligence
10 11 (6.59%) Decision-Making
10 11 (6.59%) Scrum
11 10 (5.99%) Project Management
11 10 (5.99%) Wireframes
12 9 (5.39%) Stakeholder Management
12 9 (5.39%) Test Automation
13 8 (4.79%) TDD
Programming Languages
1 21 (12.57%) Java
1 21 (12.57%) JavaScript
1 21 (12.57%) Python
2 17 (10.18%) SQL
3 8 (4.79%) C#
3 8 (4.79%) C++
4 7 (4.19%) Java 8
5 6 (3.59%) TypeScript
6 5 (2.99%) C
7 4 (2.40%) PowerShell
8 3 (1.80%) PHP
8 3 (1.80%) R
9 2 (1.20%) Go
10 1 (0.60%) Apex Code
10 1 (0.60%) Bash Shell
10 1 (0.60%) ES6
10 1 (0.60%) PL/SQL
10 1 (0.60%) Scala
10 1 (0.60%) SOQL
10 1 (0.60%) T-SQL
Qualifications
1 15 (8.98%) Degree
2 3 (1.80%) CISM
2 3 (1.80%) CISSP
2 3 (1.80%) CREST Certified
2 3 (1.80%) MCITP
2 3 (1.80%) MCSE
2 3 (1.80%) Microsoft Certification
3 2 (1.20%) ISEB
4 1 (0.60%) Computer Science Degree
4 1 (0.60%) Master's Degree
4 1 (0.60%) SSCP
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 8 (4.79%) QA
2 3 (1.80%) Data Quality
2 3 (1.80%) ISO/IEC 27001
3 1 (0.60%) COBIT
3 1 (0.60%) GDPR
3 1 (0.60%) NIST
3 1 (0.60%) PCI DSS
3 1 (0.60%) PMO
System Software
1 23 (13.77%) Docker
2 4 (2.40%) HDFS
2 4 (2.40%) VMware Infrastructure
3 1 (0.60%) Hyper-V
Systems Management
1 23 (13.77%) Kubernetes
2 18 (10.78%) Terraform
3 5 (2.99%) Ansible
4 4 (2.40%) Istio
5 2 (1.20%) Grafana
5 2 (1.20%) SCCM
6 1 (0.60%) HP ALM
Vendors
1 17 (10.18%) Microsoft
2 9 (5.39%) Salesforce.com
3 7 (4.19%) Oracle
4 6 (3.59%) Adobe
4 6 (3.59%) Google
4 6 (3.59%) SAP
5 4 (2.40%) Databricks
5 4 (2.40%) VMware
6 3 (1.80%) BeyondTrust
6 3 (1.80%) CyberArk
6 3 (1.80%) ForgeRock
7 2 (1.20%) Apple
7 2 (1.20%) Dell
7 2 (1.20%) EMC
7 2 (1.20%) hybris
7 2 (1.20%) Red Hat
7 2 (1.20%) Tableau
8 1 (0.60%) ATG
8 1 (0.60%) Demandware
8 1 (0.60%) Panasonic