Period
to 16 July 2018

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in the East Midlands with a requirement for Spring skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Spring over the 6 months to 16 July 2018 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Pivotal Spring Framework
England > East Midlands
6 months to
16 Jul 2018
Same period 2017 Same period 2016
Rank 92 122 172
Rank change year-on-year +30 +50 -21
Permanent jobs citing Spring 165 121 86
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the East Midlands 3.20% 2.16% 1.32%
As % of the Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards category 7.59% 5.44% 3.71%
Number of salaries quoted 102 111 76
East Midlands median annual salary £52,500 £42,500 £40,000
Median salary % change year-on-year +23.53% +6.25% -
10th Percentile £32,500 £30,000 £30,500
90th Percentile £72,500 £57,500 £52,500
England median annual salary £55,000 £52,500 £52,500
% change year-on-year +4.76% - -

Spring 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 East Midlands with a requirement for technical specification, industry standards, software libraries and framework skills.

All Software Libraries and Frameworks
East Midlands
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for technical specification, industry standards, software libraries and framework skills 2,175 2,224 2,321
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the East Midlands 42.22% 39.72% 35.67%
Number of salaries quoted 1,860 1,889 2,006
East Midlands median annual salary £42,500 £40,000 £40,000
Median salary % change year-on-year +6.25% - -
10th Percentile £27,500 £24,700 £25,000
90th Percentile £60,000 £57,500 £55,000
England median annual salary £50,000 £47,500 £47,500
% change year-on-year +5.26% - +5.56%

Spring
Job Vacancy Trend in the East Midlands

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

Job vacancy trend for Spring in the East Midlands

Spring
Salary Trend in the East Midlands

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

Salary trend for Spring in the East Midlands

Spring
Salary Histogram in the East Midlands

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing Spring in the East Midlands over the 6 months to 16 July 2018.

Salary histogram for Spring in the East Midlands

Spring
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 Spring within the East Midlands region over the 6 months to 16 July 2018. 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
Northamptonshire +2 90 £63,000 +40.00% 5
Nottinghamshire +24 48 £42,500 - 12
Leicestershire +14 17 £45,000 +28.57% 3
Derbyshire +1 9 £52,500 +50.00%
Spring
England

For the 6 months to 16 July 2018, IT jobs citing Spring 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 Spring.

1 158 (95.76%) Java
2 99 (60.00%) Agile Software Development
3 93 (56.36%) Hibernate
4 90 (54.55%) JavaScript
5 86 (52.12%) Oracle
6 83 (50.30%) SQL
7 81 (49.09%) JUnit
8 73 (44.24%) Web Services
9 72 (43.64%) Maven
10 64 (38.79%) HTML
11 63 (38.18%) Tomcat
11 63 (38.18%) Java EE
12 59 (35.76%) JBoss
13 58 (35.15%) Software Engineering
14 54 (32.73%) CSS
15 50 (30.30%) SOAP
16 49 (29.70%) TDD
16 49 (29.70%) REST
16 49 (29.70%) Microservices
17 46 (27.88%) J2EE
18 45 (27.27%) Git (software)
19 44 (26.67%) HTML5
20 43 (26.06%) Scrum
21 41 (24.85%) JSP
21 41 (24.85%) SDLC
22 39 (23.64%) SOA
23 34 (20.61%) Java 8
24 33 (20.00%) WebLogic
24 33 (20.00%) MVC
25 32 (19.39%) PL/SQL

Spring
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 63 (38.18%) Tomcat
2 59 (35.76%) JBoss
3 33 (20.00%) WebLogic
4 29 (17.58%) Oracle SOA Suite
5 19 (11.52%) WebSphere
6 8 (4.85%) WildFly
7 4 (2.42%) Apache Solr
7 4 (2.42%) Jetty
8 3 (1.82%) Apache
9 2 (1.21%) Confluence
10 1 (0.61%) CMS
10 1 (0.61%) EPiServer
10 1 (0.61%) Kentico
10 1 (0.61%) Liferay
10 1 (0.61%) Sitecore CMS
10 1 (0.61%) Umbraco
Cloud Services
1 15 (9.09%) Amazon AWS
2 10 (6.06%) Microsoft Azure
3 3 (1.82%) Cloud Computing
3 3 (1.82%) OpenShift
4 2 (1.21%) GitHub
4 2 (1.21%) Slack
5 1 (0.61%) IaaS
5 1 (0.61%) npm
5 1 (0.61%) PaaS
Communications & Networking
1 7 (4.24%) HTTP
2 1 (0.61%) Internet
2 1 (0.61%) Intranet
Database & Business Intelligence
1 23 (13.94%) NoSQL
2 18 (10.91%) MySQL
3 13 (7.88%) Relational Database
4 12 (7.27%) MongoDB
5 8 (4.85%) Data Mining
6 6 (3.64%) Oracle Database
7 5 (3.03%) Hadoop
8 4 (2.42%) Couchbase
8 4 (2.42%) Ingres
8 4 (2.42%) Redis
8 4 (2.42%) Riak
9 3 (1.82%) Big Data
9 3 (1.82%) PostgreSQL
9 3 (1.82%) SQL Server
10 2 (1.21%) RDBMS
11 1 (0.61%) SQL Server Integration Services
11 1 (0.61%) SQL Server Reporting Services
Development Applications
1 81 (49.09%) JUnit
2 72 (43.64%) Maven
3 45 (27.27%) Git (software)
4 21 (12.73%) Atlassian Bamboo
5 20 (12.12%) Mockito
6 19 (11.52%) Hudson
7 16 (9.70%) Jenkins
8 15 (9.09%) Cucumber
9 13 (7.88%) Gradle
9 13 (7.88%) Subversion
10 9 (5.45%) Selenium
10 9 (5.45%) SonarQube
11 5 (3.03%) JIRA
12 4 (2.42%) Ant
12 4 (2.42%) ANTLR
12 4 (2.42%) Artifactory
12 4 (2.42%) Eclipse
12 4 (2.42%) FitNesse
12 4 (2.42%) Vagrant
13 3 (1.82%) Oracle Forms
General
1 27 (16.36%) Finance
2 18 (10.91%) Banking
3 8 (4.85%) Retail
3 8 (4.85%) Retail Banking
4 7 (4.24%) Marketing
5 6 (3.64%) Front Office
6 4 (2.42%) Advertising
7 2 (1.21%) Investment Banking
8 1 (0.61%) Electronics
8 1 (0.61%) Law
8 1 (0.61%) Manufacturing
8 1 (0.61%) Multimedia
8 1 (0.61%) Telecoms
Job Titles
1 143 (86.67%) Developer
2 138 (83.64%) Java Developer
3 41 (24.85%) Senior Developer
3 41 (24.85%) Senior Java Developer
4 30 (18.18%) Lead Developer
4 30 (18.18%) Lead Java Developer
5 15 (9.09%) Agile Developer
5 15 (9.09%) Agile Java Developer
6 12 (7.27%) Java Engineer
7 11 (6.67%) Software Engineer
8 10 (6.06%) Senior Agile Developer
8 10 (6.06%) Senior Agile Java Developer
9 7 (4.24%) Architect
9 7 (4.24%) Java Architect
10 6 (3.64%) Development Engineer
10 6 (3.64%) Junior
10 6 (3.64%) Junior Developer
10 6 (3.64%) Junior Java Developer
10 6 (3.64%) Software Development Engineer
11 5 (3.03%) Front Office Developer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 93 (56.36%) Hibernate
2 73 (44.24%) Web Services
3 64 (38.79%) HTML
4 63 (38.18%) Java EE
5 54 (32.73%) CSS
6 50 (30.30%) SOAP
7 49 (29.70%) REST
8 46 (27.88%) J2EE
9 44 (26.67%) HTML5
10 41 (24.85%) JSP
11 30 (18.18%) Ajax
12 29 (17.58%) Spring MVC
13 28 (16.97%) RESTful
13 28 (16.97%) Twitter Bootstrap
14 26 (15.76%) JPA
15 23 (13.94%) JMS
15 23 (13.94%) jQuery
16 18 (10.91%) AngularJS
17 14 (8.48%) XML
18 10 (6.06%) HornetQ
Miscellaneous
1 16 (9.70%) Computer Science
2 12 (7.27%) Fintech
3 9 (5.45%) Mobile App
4 8 (4.85%) Algorithms
5 6 (3.64%) SWIFT
6 5 (3.03%) Greenfield Project
7 3 (1.82%) Clustering
7 3 (1.82%) Grid Computing
7 3 (1.82%) User Experience
8 2 (1.21%) Cloud Native
8 2 (1.21%) Wiki
9 1 (0.61%) Enterprise Software
9 1 (0.61%) Mainframe
9 1 (0.61%) NHS
Operating Systems
1 21 (12.73%) Linux
2 17 (10.30%) Windows
3 10 (6.06%) Mac OS
4 5 (3.03%) CentOS
5 3 (1.82%) Debian
6 2 (1.21%) Android
6 2 (1.21%) Apple iOS
6 2 (1.21%) Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Processes & Methodologies
1 99 (60.00%) Agile Software Development
2 58 (35.15%) Software Engineering
3 49 (29.70%) Microservices
3 49 (29.70%) TDD
4 43 (26.06%) Scrum
5 41 (24.85%) SDLC
6 39 (23.64%) SOA
7 33 (20.00%) MVC
8 32 (19.39%) E-Commerce
9 31 (18.79%) Unit Testing
10 25 (15.15%) OO
11 22 (13.33%) Test Automation
12 19 (11.52%) Open Source
13 18 (10.91%) Continuous Integration
14 15 (9.09%) Mentoring
15 14 (8.48%) BDD
16 11 (6.67%) Problem-Solving
17 10 (6.06%) OOP
17 10 (6.06%) Web Development
18 8 (4.85%) Multithreading
Programming Languages
1 158 (95.76%) Java
2 90 (54.55%) JavaScript
3 83 (50.30%) SQL
4 34 (20.61%) Java 8
5 32 (19.39%) PL/SQL
6 7 (4.24%) C#
7 6 (3.64%) C++
8 5 (3.03%) PHP
9 4 (2.42%) Scala
10 3 (1.82%) Bash Shell
10 3 (1.82%) Ruby
10 3 (1.82%) Shell Script
11 2 (1.21%) Python
11 2 (1.21%) T-SQL
12 1 (0.61%) Groovy
12 1 (0.61%) Kotlin
12 1 (0.61%) TypeScript
Qualifications
1 26 (15.76%) Degree
2 7 (4.24%) Computer Science Degree
3 2 (1.21%) BPSS Clearance
3 2 (1.21%) Security Cleared
4 1 (0.61%) Sun Certification
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 7 (4.24%) QA
2 6 (3.64%) SEPA
3 2 (1.21%) SLA
4 1 (0.61%) GDPR
System Software
1 9 (5.45%) Docker
Systems Management
1 10 (6.06%) Opscode Chef
1 10 (6.06%) Puppet
2 7 (4.24%) Ansible
3 4 (2.42%) Cobbler
4 3 (1.82%) Kubernetes
5 1 (0.61%) Terraform
Vendors
1 86 (52.12%) Oracle
2 7 (4.24%) Google
2 7 (4.24%) Misys
3 6 (3.64%) Capita
4 5 (3.03%) Red Hat
5 2 (1.21%) Cognizant
5 2 (1.21%) Microsoft
5 2 (1.21%) SAP
6 1 (0.61%) Apigee
6 1 (0.61%) Sitecore
6 1 (0.61%) Yahoo!