Period
to 9 July 2020

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in the City of London with a requirement for TypeScript skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited TypeScript over the 6 months to 9 July 2020 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Microsoft TypeScript
Central London > City of London
6 months to
9 Jul 2020
Same period 2019 Same period 2018
Rank 54 171 222
Rank change year-on-year +117 +51 +61
Permanent jobs citing TypeScript 258 182 134
As % of all permanent jobs advertised in the City of London 4.30% 1.74% 1.18%
As % of the Programming Languages category 7.60% 2.85% 1.94%
Number of salaries quoted 267 207 126
Median annual salary £70,000 £75,000 £66,250
Median salary % change year-on-year -6.67% +13.21% +10.42%
10th Percentile £53,250 £52,500 £42,500
90th Percentile £98,500 £107,500 £93,750
Central London median annual salary £75,000 £75,000 £65,000
% change year-on-year - +15.38% +4.00%

TypeScript 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 the City of London with a requirement for coding skills.

All Programming Languages
City of London
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for coding skills 3,395 6,378 6,912
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the City of London 56.59% 60.95% 60.86%
Number of salaries quoted 3,029 5,681 6,255
Median annual salary £70,000 £67,500 £65,000
Median salary % change year-on-year +3.70% +3.85% +8.33%
10th Percentile £43,750 £42,500 £40,000
90th Percentile £105,000 £95,000 £95,000
Central London median annual salary £70,000 £65,000 £62,500
% change year-on-year +7.69% +4.00% +4.17%

TypeScript
Job Vacancy Trend in the City of London

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

Job vacancy trend for TypeScript in the City of London

TypeScript
Salary Trend in the City of London

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

Salary trend for TypeScript in the City of London

TypeScript
Salary Histogram in the City of London

Salary distribution for jobs citing TypeScript in the City of London over the 6 months to 9 July 2020.

Salary histogram for TypeScript in the City of London

TypeScript
Job Locations in the City of London

The table below looks at the demand and provides a guide to the median salaries quoted in IT jobs citing TypeScript within the City of London region over the 6 months to 9 July 2020. The 'Rank Change' column provides an indication of the change in demand within each location based on the same 6 month period last year.

Location Rank Change
on Same Period
Last Year
Matching
Permanent
IT Job Ads
Median Salary
Past 6 Months
Median Salary
% Change
on Same Period
Last Year
Live
Job
Vacancies
Moorgate - 6 £65,000 -
London Bridge +7 2 £60,000 -27.27%
TypeScript
Central London

For the 6 months to 9 July 2020, IT jobs citing TypeScript 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 TypeScript.

1 192 (74.42%) JavaScript
2 129 (50.00%) Node.js
3 121 (46.90%) Agile Software Development
4 105 (40.70%) React
5 96 (37.21%) AngularJS
6 93 (36.05%) AWS
7 92 (35.66%) CSS
8 91 (35.27%) HTML
9 89 (34.50%) .NET
10 82 (31.78%) C#
11 68 (26.36%) Azure
12 60 (23.26%) Front End Development
13 59 (22.87%) Docker
14 56 (21.71%) Finance
15 52 (20.16%) Microservices
15 52 (20.16%) Redux
16 48 (18.60%) User Experience
16 48 (18.60%) Java
17 47 (18.22%) .NET Core
18 45 (17.44%) TDD
18 45 (17.44%) Python
19 43 (16.67%) NoSQL
19 43 (16.67%) Kubernetes
20 41 (15.89%) DevOps
21 40 (15.50%) jQuery
22 39 (15.12%) HTML5
23 38 (14.73%) RESTful
24 37 (14.34%) SQL
25 36 (13.95%) Sass
26 34 (13.18%) Software Engineering

TypeScript
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 10 (3.88%) Apache Spark
1 10 (3.88%) Elasticsearch
2 5 (1.94%) Confluence
3 3 (1.16%) WebSphere
4 1 (0.39%) Apache
4 1 (0.39%) CMS
Applications
1 4 (1.55%) Microsoft Excel
2 1 (0.39%) Photoshop
Cloud Services
1 93 (36.05%) AWS
2 68 (26.36%) Azure
3 32 (12.40%) GCP
4 23 (8.91%) Amazon EC2
5 20 (7.75%) npm
6 16 (6.20%) Serverless
7 14 (5.43%) Amazon S3
8 13 (5.04%) AWS CloudFormation
8 13 (5.04%) AWS Lambda
9 12 (4.65%) Amazon ECS
9 12 (4.65%) Amazon EKS
10 11 (4.26%) SaaS
11 9 (3.49%) Virtual Private Cloud
12 7 (2.71%) AWS Fargate
13 4 (1.55%) Cloud Computing
13 4 (1.55%) Heroku
14 3 (1.16%) Amazon Kinesis
15 2 (0.78%) AWS CodePipeline
15 2 (0.78%) BrowserStack
15 2 (0.78%) Sauce Labs
Communications & Networking
1 8 (3.10%) HTTP
2 5 (1.94%) TCP/IP
3 3 (1.16%) AMQP
4 1 (0.39%) Internet
Database & Business Intelligence
1 43 (16.67%) NoSQL
2 31 (12.02%) MongoDB
3 26 (10.08%) Redis
4 24 (9.30%) PostgreSQL
5 22 (8.53%) SQL Server
6 15 (5.81%) Relational Database
7 14 (5.43%) Amazon RDS
8 7 (2.71%) Apache Hive
8 7 (2.71%) Big Data
8 7 (2.71%) Hadoop
9 6 (2.33%) Cosmos DB
9 6 (2.33%) RDBMS
10 4 (1.55%) MySQL
10 4 (1.55%) SQL Server 2008
11 3 (1.16%) Event Store
12 1 (0.39%) Azure SQL Database
12 1 (0.39%) BigQuery
12 1 (0.39%) SQL Server 2012
12 1 (0.39%) SQL Server 2014
12 1 (0.39%) SQL Server 2016
Development Applications
1 24 (9.30%) NUnit
2 23 (8.91%) Git (software)
2 23 (8.91%) webpack
3 22 (8.53%) MSTest
4 18 (6.98%) gulp
5 17 (6.59%) Protractor
6 15 (5.81%) CircleCI
7 14 (5.43%) Babel
7 14 (5.43%) Cypress.io
7 14 (5.43%) Mocha
8 13 (5.04%) Cucumber
8 13 (5.04%) Jenkins
8 13 (5.04%) Selenium
9 12 (4.65%) TeamCity
10 8 (3.10%) Jasmine
11 6 (2.33%) Bitbucket
11 6 (2.33%) JIRA
12 4 (1.55%) Grunt
12 4 (1.55%) Karma Test Runner
12 4 (1.55%) Octopus Deploy
General
1 56 (21.71%) Finance
2 15 (5.81%) Banking
3 7 (2.71%) Front Office
3 7 (2.71%) Retail
4 5 (1.94%) Investment Banking
4 5 (1.94%) Law
5 2 (0.78%) Marketing
6 1 (0.39%) Advertising
6 1 (0.39%) Financial Institution
6 1 (0.39%) Legal
6 1 (0.39%) Public Sector
6 1 (0.39%) Retail Banking
6 1 (0.39%) Retail Finance
Job Titles
1 151 (58.53%) Developer
2 46 (17.83%) .NET Developer
2 46 (17.83%) React Developer
3 43 (16.67%) Front End Developer (Client-Side Developer)
4 31 (12.02%) Senior Developer
5 28 (10.85%) Full Stack Developer
6 26 (10.08%) Angular Developer
6 26 (10.08%) Azure Developer
7 23 (8.91%) JavaScript Engineer
8 21 (8.14%) C# Developer
9 15 (5.81%) Software Engineer
10 13 (5.04%) Java Developer
11 11 (4.26%) AWS Engineer
12 10 (3.88%) Lead Developer
12 10 (3.88%) QA Engineer
13 9 (3.49%) C# .NET Developer
14 8 (3.10%) DevOps Engineer
14 8 (3.10%) JavaScript Developer
14 8 (3.10%) Junior
14 8 (3.10%) Principal Engineer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 129 (50.00%) Node.js
2 105 (40.70%) React
3 96 (37.21%) AngularJS
4 92 (35.66%) CSS
5 91 (35.27%) HTML
6 89 (34.50%) .NET
7 52 (20.16%) Redux
8 47 (18.22%) .NET Core
9 40 (15.50%) jQuery
10 39 (15.12%) HTML5
11 38 (14.73%) RESTful
12 36 (13.95%) Sass
13 32 (12.40%) Angular 2
14 21 (8.14%) .NET Framework
15 18 (6.98%) Vue.js
16 16 (6.20%) CSS3
16 16 (6.20%) Jest
16 16 (6.20%) REST
17 15 (5.81%) ASP.NET
17 15 (5.81%) Web Services
Miscellaneous
1 48 (18.60%) User Experience
2 26 (10.08%) Greenfield Project
3 18 (6.98%) Analytical Skills
3 18 (6.98%) Self-Motivation
4 11 (4.26%) Enterprise Software
5 8 (3.10%) Algorithms
5 8 (3.10%) Cloud Native
6 5 (1.94%) Mobile App
6 5 (1.94%) Public Cloud
6 5 (1.94%) W3C
7 4 (1.55%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
8 2 (0.78%) Derivative
8 2 (0.78%) Eurex
8 2 (0.78%) Hedge funds
8 2 (0.78%) Virtual Team
9 1 (0.39%) Data Structures
9 1 (0.39%) Mainframe
9 1 (0.39%) Mobile Banking
9 1 (0.39%) Over-the-Top Content
9 1 (0.39%) Video on Demand
Operating Systems
1 10 (3.88%) Windows
2 4 (1.55%) Linux
2 4 (1.55%) Mac OS
3 1 (0.39%) Android
3 1 (0.39%) Apple iOS
Processes & Methodologies
1 121 (46.90%) Agile Software Development
2 60 (23.26%) Front End Development
3 52 (20.16%) Microservices
4 45 (17.44%) TDD
5 41 (15.89%) DevOps
6 34 (13.18%) SDLC
6 34 (13.18%) Software Engineering
7 33 (12.79%) Continuous Integration
8 29 (11.24%) Fintech
9 27 (10.47%) Mentoring
9 27 (10.47%) Test Automation
10 26 (10.08%) OOP
11 24 (9.30%) Artificial Intelligence
11 24 (9.30%) Scrum
12 23 (8.91%) OO
13 22 (8.53%) BDD
13 22 (8.53%) Decision-Making
13 22 (8.53%) Unit Testing
14 21 (8.14%) Machine Learning
14 21 (8.14%) Problem-Solving
Programming Languages
1 192 (74.42%) JavaScript
2 82 (31.78%) C#
3 48 (18.60%) Java
4 45 (17.44%) Python
5 37 (14.34%) SQL
6 29 (11.24%) ES6
7 18 (6.98%) C++
8 15 (5.81%) Go
9 14 (5.43%) Scala
10 12 (4.65%) C
11 9 (3.49%) Kotlin
12 8 (3.10%) Bash Shell
12 8 (3.10%) PHP
13 7 (2.71%) F#
13 7 (2.71%) Ruby
13 7 (2.71%) Shell Script
13 7 (2.71%) T-SQL
14 5 (1.94%) ES7
15 4 (1.55%) R
15 4 (1.55%) VBA
Qualifications
1 15 (5.81%) Degree
2 8 (3.10%) Computer Science Degree
3 6 (2.33%) PhD
4 1 (0.39%) Security Cleared
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 19 (7.36%) QA
System Software
1 59 (22.87%) Docker
Systems Management
1 43 (16.67%) Kubernetes
2 25 (9.69%) Terraform
3 7 (2.71%) Ansible
3 7 (2.71%) Kibana
3 7 (2.71%) Puppet
4 3 (1.16%) Grafana
4 3 (1.16%) logstash
5 1 (0.39%) HP ALM
Vendors
1 15 (5.81%) Google
2 7 (2.71%) Microsoft
3 4 (1.55%) Rackspace
3 4 (1.55%) Salesforce.com
4 3 (1.16%) Solace
5 2 (0.78%) Twitter
6 1 (0.39%) Adobe
6 1 (0.39%) HP