Period
to 6 June 2020

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in the City of London with a requirement for Twitter Bootstrap skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Twitter Bootstrap over the 6 months to 6 June 2020 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Twitter Bootstrap
Central London > City of London
6 months to
6 Jun 2020
Same period 2019 Same period 2018
Rank 195 187 194
Rank change year-on-year -8 +7 -8
Permanent jobs citing Twitter Bootstrap 57 146 164
As % of all permanent jobs advertised in the City of London 0.87% 1.45% 1.50%
As % of the Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards category 2.25% 3.51% 3.76%
Number of salaries quoted 54 127 157
Median annual salary £65,000 £75,000 £62,500
Median salary % change year-on-year -13.33% +20.00% -5.66%
10th Percentile £45,750 £53,250 £36,250
90th Percentile £105,000 £87,500 £80,500
Central London median annual salary £70,000 £70,000 £60,000
% change year-on-year - +16.67% +9.09%

Twitter Bootstrap 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 2,528 4,160 4,366
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the City of London 38.62% 41.21% 40.03%
Number of salaries quoted 2,224 3,724 3,917
Median annual salary £70,000 £70,000 £65,000
Median salary % change year-on-year - +7.69% +8.33%
10th Percentile £46,250 £42,500 £41,250
90th Percentile £97,500 £95,000 £95,000
Central London median annual salary £70,000 £67,500 £65,000
% change year-on-year +3.70% +3.85% +8.33%

Twitter Bootstrap
Job Vacancy Trend in the City of London

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

Job vacancy trend for Twitter Bootstrap in the City of London

Twitter Bootstrap
Salary Trend in the City of London

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

Salary trend for Twitter Bootstrap in the City of London

Twitter Bootstrap
Salary Histogram in the City of London

Salary distribution for jobs citing Twitter Bootstrap in the City of London over the 6 months to 6 June 2020.

Salary histogram for Twitter Bootstrap in the City of London

For the 6 months to 6 June 2020, IT jobs citing Twitter Bootstrap 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 Twitter Bootstrap.

1 44 (77.19%) JavaScript
1 44 (77.19%) React
2 43 (75.44%) CSS
3 41 (71.93%) AngularJS
4 40 (70.18%) HTML
5 33 (57.89%) Finance
6 29 (50.88%) HTML5
7 23 (40.35%) jQuery
8 21 (36.84%) Front End Development
9 20 (35.09%) User Experience
10 19 (33.33%) Google
11 18 (31.58%) .NET
11 18 (31.58%) Node.js
12 17 (29.82%) Analytics
12 17 (29.82%) C#
12 17 (29.82%) Agile Software Development
13 16 (28.07%) TypeScript
13 16 (28.07%) SaaS
13 16 (28.07%) .NET Framework
14 14 (24.56%) ES6
14 14 (24.56%) Redux
15 13 (22.81%) Vue.js
15 13 (22.81%) Web Development
15 13 (22.81%) Git (software)
15 13 (22.81%) Azure
15 13 (22.81%) CSS3
15 13 (22.81%) SQL
15 13 (22.81%) ASP.NET
16 12 (21.05%) Microservices
17 11 (19.30%) SQL Server

Twitter Bootstrap
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 4 (7.02%) Elasticsearch
2 2 (3.51%) WordPress
3 1 (1.75%) CMS
Applications
1 7 (12.28%) Figma
1 7 (12.28%) Zeplin
2 4 (7.02%) Microsoft Excel
3 2 (3.51%) Photoshop
4 1 (1.75%) Adobe Illustrator
Cloud Services
1 16 (28.07%) SaaS
2 13 (22.81%) Azure
3 8 (14.04%) Google Analytics
4 7 (12.28%) GCP
4 7 (12.28%) npm
5 4 (7.02%) Dropbox
6 3 (5.26%) GitHub
7 2 (3.51%) AWS
Database & Business Intelligence
1 11 (19.30%) SQL Server
2 8 (14.04%) MySQL
2 8 (14.04%) PostgreSQL
3 7 (12.28%) MongoDB
3 7 (12.28%) Relational Database
4 6 (10.53%) NoSQL
4 6 (10.53%) RDBMS
5 2 (3.51%) Big Data
Development Applications
1 13 (22.81%) Git (software)
2 9 (15.79%) webpack
3 2 (3.51%) git-flow
4 1 (1.75%) Jenkins
4 1 (1.75%) Moq
4 1 (1.75%) NUnit
4 1 (1.75%) Octopus Deploy
4 1 (1.75%) Rhino Mocks
4 1 (1.75%) Subversion
4 1 (1.75%) Team Foundation Server
4 1 (1.75%) TeamCity
4 1 (1.75%) Visual Studio
General
1 33 (57.89%) Finance
2 2 (3.51%) Advertising
2 2 (3.51%) Marketing
3 1 (1.75%) Banking
Job Titles
1 49 (85.96%) Developer
2 22 (38.60%) Full Stack Developer
3 19 (33.33%) Front End Developer (Client-Side Developer)
4 14 (24.56%) Angular Developer
5 13 (22.81%) React Developer
6 10 (17.54%) C# Developer
7 9 (15.79%) .NET Developer
8 8 (14.04%) Senior Developer
9 7 (12.28%) Node.js Developer
9 7 (12.28%) Senior Full Stack Developer
10 5 (8.77%) Senior .NET Developer
11 4 (7.02%) C# .NET Developer
11 4 (7.02%) JavaScript Developer
11 4 (7.02%) Web Engineer
12 2 (3.51%) Junior
12 2 (3.51%) Junior Developer
12 2 (3.51%) Junior Front End Developer (Client-Side Developer)
12 2 (3.51%) Senior C# Developer
12 2 (3.51%) Senior React Developer
13 1 (1.75%) Architect
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 44 (77.19%) React
2 43 (75.44%) CSS
3 41 (71.93%) AngularJS
4 40 (70.18%) HTML
5 29 (50.88%) HTML5
6 23 (40.35%) jQuery
7 18 (31.58%) .NET
7 18 (31.58%) Node.js
8 16 (28.07%) .NET Framework
9 14 (24.56%) Redux
10 13 (22.81%) ASP.NET
10 13 (22.81%) CSS3
10 13 (22.81%) Vue.js
11 10 (17.54%) Sass
12 9 (15.79%) REST
12 9 (15.79%) Semantic HTML
13 8 (14.04%) Angular 2
14 7 (12.28%) WebSockets
15 6 (10.53%) D3.js
15 6 (10.53%) LESS
Miscellaneous
1 20 (35.09%) User Experience
2 6 (10.53%) Greenfield Project
3 5 (8.77%) Derivative
4 3 (5.26%) Analytical Skills
5 1 (1.75%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
5 1 (1.75%) Social Media
Processes & Methodologies
1 21 (36.84%) Front End Development
2 17 (29.82%) Agile Software Development
2 17 (29.82%) Analytics
3 13 (22.81%) Web Development
4 12 (21.05%) Microservices
5 10 (17.54%) Mentoring
5 10 (17.54%) MVC
6 9 (15.79%) Acceptance Criteria
6 9 (15.79%) Kanban
6 9 (15.79%) Machine Learning
6 9 (15.79%) Scrum
7 8 (14.04%) Fintech
7 8 (14.04%) TDD
8 7 (12.28%) API Integration
8 7 (12.28%) Cross-Browser Compatibility
8 7 (12.28%) Data Management
8 7 (12.28%) DevOps
8 7 (12.28%) OOP
8 7 (12.28%) Web Analytics
9 6 (10.53%) Continuous Improvement
Programming Languages
1 44 (77.19%) JavaScript
2 17 (29.82%) C#
3 16 (28.07%) TypeScript
4 14 (24.56%) ES6
5 13 (22.81%) SQL
6 11 (19.30%) Java
7 8 (14.04%) PHP
8 7 (12.28%) Go
8 7 (12.28%) Python
9 5 (8.77%) F#
10 4 (7.02%) VBA
11 3 (5.26%) C++
12 2 (3.51%) Scala
13 1 (1.75%) Ruby
Qualifications
1 7 (12.28%) Degree
2 2 (3.51%) Computer Science Degree
System Software
1 1 (1.75%) Docker
Systems Management
1 4 (7.02%) Kibana
Vendors
1 19 (33.33%) Google
2 9 (15.79%) Twitter
3 6 (10.53%) Microsoft
4 2 (3.51%) Samsung
5 1 (1.75%) Adobe
5 1 (1.75%) HubSpot