Period
to 22 March 2019

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in the East Midlands with a requirement for Computer Science skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Computer Science over the 6 months to 22 March 2019 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Computer Science (Computing Science, Comp Sci)
England > East Midlands
6 months to
22 Mar 2019
Same period 2018 Same period 2017
Rank 47 51 48
Rank change year-on-year +4 -3 -13
Permanent jobs citing Computer Science 235 269 315
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the East Midlands 5.64% 5.07% 5.26%
As % of the Processes & Methodologies category 6.10% 5.52% 5.79%
Number of salaries quoted 199 216 321
East Midlands median annual salary £41,000 £37,500 £37,500
Median salary % change year-on-year +9.33% - -
10th Percentile £27,000 £21,250 £22,000
90th Percentile £75,000 £72,500 £55,000
England median annual salary £51,500 £50,000 £47,500
% change year-on-year +3.00% +5.26% +2.15%

Computer Science 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 the East Midlands with a requirement for process or methodology skills.

All Process and Methodology Skills
East Midlands
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for process or methodology skills 3,851 4,872 5,438
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the East Midlands 92.35% 91.82% 90.78%
Number of salaries quoted 2,777 4,116 4,307
East Midlands median annual salary £42,500 £41,500 £41,500
Median salary % change year-on-year +2.41% - +3.75%
10th Percentile £26,250 £25,750 £25,500
90th Percentile £65,500 £65,000 £62,500
England median annual salary £52,500 £50,000 £49,155
% change year-on-year +5.00% +1.72% +3.48%

Computer Science
Job Vacancy Trend in the East Midlands

Job postings citing Computer Science as a percentage of all IT jobs advertised in the East Midlands.

Job vacancy trend for Computer Science in the East Midlands

Computer Science
Salary Trend in the East Midlands

This chart provides the 3-month moving average for salaries quoted in permanent IT jobs citing Computer Science in the East Midlands.

Salary trend for Computer Science in the East Midlands

Computer Science
Salary Histogram in the East Midlands

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing Computer Science in the East Midlands over the 6 months to 22 March 2019.

Salary histogram for Computer Science in the East Midlands

Computer Science
Job Locations in the East Midlands

The table below looks at the demand and provides a guide to the median salaries quoted in IT jobs citing Computer Science within the East Midlands region over the 6 months to 22 March 2019. 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
Nottinghamshire +40 141 £47,740 +19.35% 7
Leicestershire -6 35 £38,750 +19.23% 3
Northamptonshire -22 31 £37,500 +22.95%
Derbyshire -22 21 £38,000 -15.56% 1
Rutland - 6 - -
Lincolnshire +10 1 - - 1
Computer Science
England

For the 6 months to 22 March 2019, IT jobs citing Computer Science 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 East Midlands region with a requirement for Computer Science.

1 213 (90.64%) Degree
2 134 (57.02%) Agile Software Development
3 110 (46.81%) SQL
3 110 (46.81%) Computer Science Degree
4 109 (46.38%) Java
5 84 (35.74%) .NET
6 81 (34.47%) Amazon AWS
6 81 (34.47%) Microservices
7 80 (34.04%) JavaScript
8 76 (32.34%) Software Engineering
8 76 (32.34%) Microsoft Azure
9 72 (30.64%) C#
10 69 (29.36%) Docker
11 63 (26.81%) Web Services
12 62 (26.38%) Microsoft
13 60 (25.53%) HTML
14 59 (25.11%) Finance
15 56 (23.83%) Linux
16 53 (22.55%) Windows
16 53 (22.55%) Unit Testing
17 49 (20.85%) REST
18 48 (20.43%) Spring
19 47 (20.00%) J2EE
20 46 (19.57%) Node.js
21 45 (19.15%) Kubernetes
22 42 (17.87%) Active Directory
22 42 (17.87%) Self-Motivation
23 41 (17.45%) Public Cloud
23 41 (17.45%) Data Centre
23 41 (17.45%) HTML5

Computer Science
Co-occurring IT Skills in the East Midlands 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 17 (7.23%) Apache Spark
2 8 (3.40%) SAS
3 6 (2.55%) CMS
3 6 (2.55%) Elasticsearch
4 4 (1.70%) OpenStack
5 3 (1.28%) Apache
5 3 (1.28%) SharePoint
6 2 (0.85%) Confluence
6 2 (0.85%) Tomcat
7 1 (0.43%) Apache Solr
7 1 (0.43%) JBoss
7 1 (0.43%) Kentico
7 1 (0.43%) nginx
7 1 (0.43%) OpenEdge
7 1 (0.43%) WildFly
7 1 (0.43%) WordPress
Applications
1 6 (2.55%) SPSS
2 2 (0.85%) Microsoft Excel
3 1 (0.43%) Chatbot
3 1 (0.43%) Microsoft Office
3 1 (0.43%) Microsoft PowerPoint
3 1 (0.43%) Microsoft Project
3 1 (0.43%) Spreadsheet
Business Applications
1 1 (0.43%) SAP Business One
Cloud Services
1 81 (34.47%) Amazon AWS
2 76 (32.34%) Microsoft Azure
3 8 (3.40%) Google Cloud Platform
4 7 (2.98%) Cloud Computing
5 6 (2.55%) Adobe Analytics
6 5 (2.13%) IaaS
6 5 (2.13%) npm
6 5 (2.13%) PaaS
7 4 (1.70%) GitHub
7 4 (1.70%) Office 365
8 1 (0.43%) Amazon EC2
8 1 (0.43%) Boomi
8 1 (0.43%) Force.com
8 1 (0.43%) Google Analytics
8 1 (0.43%) SaaS
8 1 (0.43%) Slack
Communications & Networking
1 12 (5.11%) HTTP
2 9 (3.83%) IPv6
3 8 (3.40%) Reverse Proxy
4 6 (2.55%) Internet
4 6 (2.55%) VPN
5 5 (2.13%) BGP
5 5 (2.13%) Converged Networks
5 5 (2.13%) EIGRP
5 5 (2.13%) Firewall
5 5 (2.13%) HSRP
5 5 (2.13%) Intranet
5 5 (2.13%) IPsec
5 5 (2.13%) LAN
5 5 (2.13%) MPLS
5 5 (2.13%) OSPF
5 5 (2.13%) VoIP
5 5 (2.13%) VRRP
5 5 (2.13%) WAN
6 4 (1.70%) DNS
6 4 (1.70%) Network Security
Database & Business Intelligence
1 33 (14.04%) SQL Server
2 17 (7.23%) Big Data
3 15 (6.38%) HBase
4 12 (5.11%) Apache Hive
4 12 (5.11%) Hadoop
4 12 (5.11%) Impala
5 10 (4.26%) SQL Server 2016
6 9 (3.83%) OLTP
7 8 (3.40%) NoSQL
7 8 (3.40%) SQL Server 2008
7 8 (3.40%) SQL Server 2012
8 7 (2.98%) SQLite
9 5 (2.13%) Flink
9 5 (2.13%) Relational Database
10 4 (1.70%) MongoDB
10 4 (1.70%) Oracle Database
11 3 (1.28%) Data Warehouse
11 3 (1.28%) GIS
11 3 (1.28%) RDBMS
12 2 (0.85%) SQL Server 2005
Development Applications
1 38 (16.17%) Git (software)
2 30 (12.77%) Jenkins
3 27 (11.49%) Maven
3 27 (11.49%) Visual Studio
4 26 (11.06%) Gradle
5 15 (6.38%) Team Foundation Server
6 14 (5.96%) JIRA
7 13 (5.53%) Subversion
8 9 (3.83%) GitLab
8 9 (3.83%) TeamCity
8 9 (3.83%) webpack
9 8 (3.40%) Cucumber
9 8 (3.40%) Sonatype Nexus
10 7 (2.98%) Travis CI
11 6 (2.55%) Atlassian Bamboo
11 6 (2.55%) Visual Studio Team System
12 5 (2.13%) JUnit
12 5 (2.13%) TestLink
13 4 (1.70%) Jasmine
13 4 (1.70%) Visual Studio Code
General
1 59 (25.11%) Finance
2 16 (6.81%) Retail
3 15 (6.38%) Marketing
4 12 (5.11%) Banking
5 8 (3.40%) Retail Banking
6 5 (2.13%) Telecoms
7 3 (1.28%) Aerospace
7 3 (1.28%) Automotive
8 1 (0.43%) Advertising
8 1 (0.43%) Back Office
8 1 (0.43%) Billing
8 1 (0.43%) Investment Banking
8 1 (0.43%) Legal
8 1 (0.43%) Pharmaceutical
Job Titles
1 130 (55.32%) Developer
2 70 (29.79%) Java Developer
3 29 (12.34%) C# Developer
4 27 (11.49%) Senior Developer
5 26 (11.06%) Software Developer
6 22 (9.36%) Graduate
7 21 (8.94%) Lead Developer
7 21 (8.94%) Lead Java Developer
8 19 (8.09%) Analyst
9 18 (7.66%) .NET Developer
9 18 (7.66%) Software Engineer
10 17 (7.23%) Graduate Developer
11 15 (6.38%) C# .NET Developer
12 13 (5.53%) C# Software Developer
12 13 (5.53%) Graduate Java Developer
13 12 (5.11%) Architect
14 11 (4.68%) Big Data Developer
14 11 (4.68%) Senior .NET Developer
14 11 (4.68%) Senior C# .NET Developer
14 11 (4.68%) Senior C# Developer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 84 (35.74%) .NET
2 63 (26.81%) Web Services
3 60 (25.53%) HTML
4 49 (20.85%) REST
5 48 (20.43%) Spring
6 47 (20.00%) J2EE
7 46 (19.57%) Node.js
8 41 (17.45%) HTML5
9 36 (15.32%) OAuth
9 36 (15.32%) SAML
10 27 (11.49%) AngularJS
11 26 (11.06%) .NET Framework
12 25 (10.64%) Hibernate
13 22 (9.36%) Spring Boot
14 20 (8.51%) SOAP
15 18 (7.66%) Java EE
16 17 (7.23%) CSS
17 16 (6.81%) ASP.NET
18 15 (6.38%) JMS
19 14 (5.96%) LINQ
Miscellaneous
1 42 (17.87%) Self-Motivation
2 41 (17.45%) Data Centre
2 41 (17.45%) Public Cloud
3 36 (15.32%) Virtual Team
4 11 (4.68%) Analytical Skills
5 9 (3.83%) Enterprise Cloud
5 9 (3.83%) Greenfield Project
5 9 (3.83%) Mobile App
6 7 (2.98%) Fintech
7 6 (2.55%) Distributed Denial-of-Service
7 6 (2.55%) Management Information System
7 6 (2.55%) PKI
7 6 (2.55%) PMI
8 4 (1.70%) Algorithms
8 4 (1.70%) Hybrid Cloud
8 4 (1.70%) User Experience
9 3 (1.28%) Renewable Energy
10 2 (0.85%) Cloud Native
10 2 (0.85%) Robotics
10 2 (0.85%) Smart Meter
Operating Systems
1 56 (23.83%) Linux
2 53 (22.55%) Windows
3 14 (5.96%) Unix
4 9 (3.83%) Windows Server
5 8 (3.40%) Apple iOS
6 5 (2.13%) Android
6 5 (2.13%) Mac OS
7 1 (0.43%) Windows 10
Processes & Methodologies
1 134 (57.02%) Agile Software Development
2 81 (34.47%) Microservices
3 76 (32.34%) Software Engineering
4 53 (22.55%) Unit Testing
5 36 (15.32%) Identity Access Management
5 36 (15.32%) Problem-Solving
6 34 (14.47%) Scrum
7 31 (13.19%) SDLC
8 30 (12.77%) OO
9 29 (12.34%) Mathematics
9 29 (12.34%) TDD
10 26 (11.06%) DevOps
10 26 (11.06%) Test Automation
11 23 (9.79%) Analytics
12 17 (7.23%) Continuous Integration
12 17 (7.23%) SOA
13 15 (6.38%) Deployment Automation
13 15 (6.38%) Information Security
13 15 (6.38%) Project Management
14 14 (5.96%) Decision-Making
Programming Languages
1 110 (46.81%) SQL
2 109 (46.38%) Java
3 80 (34.04%) JavaScript
4 72 (30.64%) C#
5 37 (15.74%) Python
6 20 (8.51%) C++
7 14 (5.96%) Ruby
8 13 (5.53%) Perl
8 13 (5.53%) PowerShell
9 9 (3.83%) R
10 8 (3.40%) Scala
11 6 (2.55%) VB.NET
12 5 (2.13%) C
12 5 (2.13%) T-SQL
12 5 (2.13%) TypeScript
13 4 (1.70%) Go
13 4 (1.70%) PHP
13 4 (1.70%) VBScript
14 3 (1.28%) Objective-C
15 2 (0.85%) Java 8
Qualifications
1 213 (90.64%) Degree
2 110 (46.81%) Computer Science Degree
3 38 (16.17%) Master's Degree
4 15 (6.38%) CISSP
5 9 (3.83%) CISM
5 9 (3.83%) CompTIA Security+
5 9 (3.83%) Numerate Degree
6 8 (3.40%) HND
7 6 (2.55%) (ISC)2 CCSP
7 6 (2.55%) CEH
7 6 (2.55%) CEPT
7 6 (2.55%) Cisco Certification
7 6 (2.55%) GPEN
7 6 (2.55%) OSCP
7 6 (2.55%) PMI Certification
8 5 (2.13%) ITIL Certification
8 5 (2.13%) TOGAF Certification
9 3 (1.28%) ISEB
9 3 (1.28%) ISTQB
9 3 (1.28%) PMP
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 15 (6.38%) QA
2 9 (3.83%) GDPR
2 9 (3.83%) PCI DSS
3 6 (2.55%) ISO/IEC 27002 (supersedes ISO/IEC 17799)
4 2 (0.85%) ISO 9001
5 1 (0.43%) SEPA
System Software
1 69 (29.36%) Docker
2 42 (17.87%) Active Directory
3 5 (2.13%) HDFS
4 1 (0.43%) Apache Flume
4 1 (0.43%) Firmware
Systems Management
1 45 (19.15%) Kubernetes
2 6 (2.55%) Oozie
2 6 (2.55%) Puppet
2 6 (2.55%) Single Sign-On
3 5 (2.13%) CASB
3 5 (2.13%) HP Quality Center
4 4 (1.70%) Norton AntiVirus
5 1 (0.43%) EnCase
5 1 (0.43%) Hadoop YARN
5 1 (0.43%) Kibana
5 1 (0.43%) logstash
Vendors
1 62 (26.38%) Microsoft
2 36 (15.32%) ForgeRock
3 19 (8.09%) Oracle
4 10 (4.26%) Google
5 6 (2.55%) Adobe
5 6 (2.55%) SAP
6 5 (2.13%) Cisco
6 5 (2.13%) Juniper
6 5 (2.13%) ServiceNow
7 4 (1.70%) CheckPoint
7 4 (1.70%) F5
7 4 (1.70%) McAfee
7 4 (1.70%) Symantec
8 3 (1.28%) Xamarin
9 2 (0.85%) Informatica
9 2 (0.85%) Netezza
9 2 (0.85%) Splunk
9 2 (0.85%) Teradata
10 1 (0.43%) CA
10 1 (0.43%) Salesforce.com