Period
to 24 November 2017

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in England with a requirement for Pair Programming skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Pair Programming over the 6 months to 24 November 2017 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Pair Programming
UK > England
6 months to
24 Nov 2017
Same period 2016 Same period 2015
Rank 396 460 444
Rank change year-on-year +64 -16 +31
Permanent jobs citing Pair Programming 1309 1106 1380
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in England 0.78% 0.62% 0.67%
As % of the Processes & Methodologies category 0.86% 0.69% 0.76%
Number of salaries quoted 1041 906 1090
England median annual salary £60,000 £57,500 £57,500
Median salary % change year-on-year +4.35% - +9.52%
10th Percentile £37,500 £35,000 £36,750
90th Percentile £81,250 £83,125 £85,000
UK median annual salary £60,000 £57,500 £57,500
% change year-on-year +4.35% - +9.52%

Pair Programming 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 England with a requirement for process or methodology skills.

All Process and Methodology Skills
England
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for process or methodology skills 151740 159655 182630
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in England 89.91% 89.41% 88.75%
Number of salaries quoted 120747 133850 152095
England median annual salary £50,000 £50,000 £47,500
Median salary % change year-on-year - +5.26% +5.56%
10th Percentile £28,750 £28,250 £27,500
90th Percentile £80,000 £80,000 £77,500
UK median annual salary £50,000 £49,500 £47,500
% change year-on-year +1.01% +4.21% +5.56%

Pair Programming
Job Vacancy Trend in England

Job postings citing Pair Programming as a percentage of all IT jobs advertised in England.

Job vacancy trend for Pair Programming in England

Pair Programming
Salary Trend in England

This chart provides the 3-month moving average for salaries quoted in permanent IT jobs citing Pair Programming in England.

Salary trend for Pair Programming in England

Pair Programming
Salary Histogram in England

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing Pair Programming in England over the 6 months to 24 November 2017.

Salary histogram for Pair Programming in England

Pair Programming
Job Locations in England

The table below looks at the demand and provides a guide to the median salaries quoted in IT jobs citing Pair Programming within the England region over the 6 months to 24 November 2017. 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
London +51 836 £62,500 - 79
North of England +34 177 £50,000 +11.11% 21
South East +111 173 £53,750 +7.50% 19
Yorkshire +45 107 £50,000 +5.26% 9
North West -18 67 £50,000 +11.11% 10
South West +52 62 £50,000 +25.00% 4
Midlands +27 45 £50,000 +5.26% 2
East Midlands +36 35 £46,750 -1.58%
East of England -36 12 £52,500 - 5
West Midlands +4 8 £52,500 +5.00% 2
North East +5 3 £45,221 +8.97% 2
Pair Programming
UK

For the 6 months to 24 November 2017, IT jobs citing Pair Programming also mentioned the following skills in order of popularity. The figures indicate the number co-occurrences and its proportion to all job ads across the England region with a requirement for Pair Programming.

1 1117 (85.33%) Agile Software Development
2 992 (75.78%) TDD
3 669 (51.11%) Java
4 527 (40.26%) BDD
5 516 (39.42%) JavaScript
6 501 (38.27%) Scrum
7 416 (31.78%) Continuous Integration
8 405 (30.94%) C#
9 385 (29.41%) MVC
10 369 (28.19%) .NET
11 362 (27.65%) Software Engineering
12 348 (26.59%) AngularJS
13 341 (26.05%) Spring
14 302 (23.07%) Mentoring
15 299 (22.84%) Git (software)
15 299 (22.84%) Test Automation
16 288 (22.00%) REST
17 287 (21.93%) SQL
18 285 (21.77%) Amazon AWS
19 283 (21.62%) HTML
20 261 (19.94%) Microservices
21 259 (19.79%) CSS
22 248 (18.95%) Python
23 243 (18.56%) Finance
23 243 (18.56%) RESTful
24 235 (17.95%) E-Commerce
25 229 (17.49%) Kanban
26 220 (16.81%) Node.js
27 202 (15.43%) DevOps
27 202 (15.43%) ASP.NET

Pair Programming
Co-occurring IT Skills in England 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
1 109 (8.33%) Tomcat
2 98 (7.49%) CMS
3 85 (6.49%) Apache
4 72 (5.50%) Elasticsearch
5 68 (5.19%) Apache Spark
6 57 (4.35%) Confluence
7 46 (3.51%) WebSphere
8 44 (3.36%) Oracle Workflow
9 42 (3.21%) Apache Solr
10 36 (2.75%) CoreMedia CMS
11 27 (2.06%) NServiceBus
12 23 (1.76%) nginx
13 22 (1.68%) Umbraco
14 19 (1.45%) Adobe Experience Manager
14 19 (1.45%) WebSphere Application Server
15 16 (1.22%) EPiServer
16 14 (1.07%) Drupal
17 13 (0.99%) SharePoint
18 12 (0.92%) JBoss
19 10 (0.76%) Cloud Foundry
Applications
1 17 (1.30%) Photoshop
Business Applications
1 20 (1.53%) Payment Gateway
2 16 (1.22%) Magento
3 1 (0.076%) Dynamics CRM
Cloud Services
1 285 (21.77%) Amazon AWS
2 76 (5.81%) Microsoft Azure
3 72 (5.50%) GitHub
4 43 (3.28%) SaaS
5 37 (2.83%) Google Cloud Platform
6 35 (2.67%) AWS CloudFormation
7 34 (2.60%) Serverless
8 30 (2.29%) Slack
9 23 (1.76%) IaaS
10 22 (1.68%) Amazon EC2
11 19 (1.45%) Cloud Computing
12 18 (1.38%) Amazon S3
13 17 (1.30%) PaaS
14 16 (1.22%) AWS Lambda
15 11 (0.84%) Algolia
15 11 (0.84%) Amazon CloudWatch
16 8 (0.61%) Heroku
16 8 (0.61%) OpenShift
17 7 (0.53%) Google Analytics
17 7 (0.53%) Yarn
Communications & Networking
1 63 (4.81%) HTTP
2 33 (2.52%) Internet
3 20 (1.53%) SSL
4 16 (1.22%) DNS
5 14 (1.07%) TCP/IP
6 7 (0.53%) Broadband
7 5 (0.38%) AMQP
7 5 (0.38%) LDAP
8 4 (0.31%) DHCP
9 3 (0.23%) BIG-IP
9 3 (0.23%) IPv4
9 3 (0.23%) IPv6
9 3 (0.23%) Network Security
9 3 (0.23%) VLAN
10 2 (0.15%) Firewall
10 2 (0.15%) SMS
11 1 (0.076%) Ethernet
11 1 (0.076%) FTP
11 1 (0.076%) IPsec
11 1 (0.076%) Skype
Database & Business Intelligence
1 172 (13.14%) NoSQL
2 162 (12.38%) SQL Server
3 137 (10.47%) MySQL
4 123 (9.40%) MongoDB
5 97 (7.41%) Big Data
6 96 (7.33%) Relational Database
7 90 (6.88%) Redis
8 62 (4.74%) Hadoop
9 54 (4.13%) Neo4j
10 52 (3.97%) Apache Cassandra
11 40 (3.06%) PostgreSQL
12 35 (2.67%) RDBMS
13 23 (1.76%) Riak
14 21 (1.60%) Endeca
15 20 (1.53%) Amazon DynamoDB
16 18 (1.38%) Apache Hive
17 16 (1.22%) SQL Server 2008
18 15 (1.15%) Data Warehouse
19 14 (1.07%) Amazon Redshift
19 14 (1.07%) DB2
Development Applications
1 299 (22.84%) Git (software)
2 190 (14.51%) Jenkins
3 149 (11.38%) JIRA
4 86 (6.57%) JUnit
5 83 (6.34%) TeamCity
6 82 (6.26%) Maven
7 81 (6.19%) Selenium
8 53 (4.05%) Mockito
9 48 (3.67%) Cucumber
10 46 (3.51%) NUnit
11 42 (3.21%) SpecFlow
12 41 (3.13%) Visual Studio
13 36 (2.75%) Gradle
14 33 (2.52%) Bitbucket
15 26 (1.99%) Subversion
16 25 (1.91%) Octopus Deploy
17 24 (1.83%) Jasmine
17 24 (1.83%) JMeter
18 23 (1.76%) IntelliJ
18 23 (1.76%) jMock
General
1 243 (18.56%) Finance
2 133 (10.16%) Banking
3 126 (9.63%) Retail
4 106 (8.10%) Investment Banking
5 100 (7.64%) Retail Banking
6 77 (5.88%) Marketing
7 64 (4.89%) Games
8 46 (3.51%) Telecoms
9 31 (2.37%) Advertising
10 19 (1.45%) Back Office
11 15 (1.15%) Law
11 15 (1.15%) Publishing
12 14 (1.07%) Manufacturing
13 13 (0.99%) Electronics
13 13 (0.99%) Local Government
14 9 (0.69%) Legal
15 7 (0.53%) Front Office
16 5 (0.38%) Online Betting
17 3 (0.23%) Private Banking
18 1 (0.076%) Financial Institution
Job Titles
1 854 (65.24%) Developer
2 319 (24.37%) Java Developer
3 246 (18.79%) Senior Developer
4 177 (13.52%) .NET Developer
5 163 (12.45%) Software Engineer
6 122 (9.32%) C# Developer
7 120 (9.17%) Technical Leader
8 102 (7.79%) Senior Java Developer
9 92 (7.03%) Agile Developer
9 92 (7.03%) E-Commerce Developer
10 89 (6.80%) C# .NET Developer
11 79 (6.04%) JavaScript Developer
12 78 (5.96%) Java Engineer
13 75 (5.73%) Full Stack Developer
14 70 (5.35%) Java E-Commerce Developer
15 63 (4.81%) ASP.NET Developer
15 63 (4.81%) Lead Developer
16 62 (4.74%) C# ASP.NET Developer
16 62 (4.74%) Senior Software Engineer
17 53 (4.05%) Software Developer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 369 (28.19%) .NET
2 348 (26.59%) AngularJS
3 341 (26.05%) Spring
4 288 (22.00%) REST
5 283 (21.62%) HTML
6 259 (19.79%) CSS
7 243 (18.56%) RESTful
8 220 (16.81%) Node.js
9 202 (15.43%) ASP.NET
10 164 (12.53%) Web Services
11 160 (12.22%) React
12 144 (11.00%) Hibernate
13 122 (9.32%) jQuery
14 119 (9.09%) XML
15 118 (9.01%) Spring MVC
16 110 (8.40%) HTML5
17 105 (8.02%) ASP.NET Web API
18 100 (7.64%) Spring Boot
19 98 (7.49%) ASP.NET MVC
20 95 (7.26%) RabbitMQ
Miscellaneous
1 151 (11.54%) Computer Science
2 134 (10.24%) Enterprise Software
3 120 (9.17%) User Experience
4 97 (7.41%) Analytical Skills
5 79 (6.04%) Fintech
6 62 (4.74%) iPad
7 46 (3.51%) Greenfield Project
8 45 (3.44%) Mobile App
9 43 (3.28%) Algorithms
10 32 (2.44%) Linux Command Line
11 27 (2.06%) Virtual Team
12 22 (1.68%) Wiki
13 20 (1.53%) Data Structures
14 13 (0.99%) Blog
14 13 (0.99%) N-Tier
15 12 (0.92%) EPoS
15 12 (0.92%) Tandem
16 11 (0.84%) Internet of Things
17 10 (0.76%) NHS
17 10 (0.76%) Online Games
Operating Systems
1 185 (14.13%) Linux
2 93 (7.10%) Windows
3 61 (4.66%) Unix
4 55 (4.20%) Android
5 33 (2.52%) Apple iOS
6 25 (1.91%) Mac OS X
7 13 (0.99%) Windows Server
8 7 (0.53%) AIX
8 7 (0.53%) Solaris
9 6 (0.46%) Nucleus RTOS
9 6 (0.46%) Windows Phone
10 3 (0.23%) CentOS
11 1 (0.076%) CoreOS
11 1 (0.076%) Embedded Linux
11 1 (0.076%) Mac OS
11 1 (0.076%) Ubuntu
Processes & Methodologies
1 1117 (85.33%) Agile Software Development
2 992 (75.78%) TDD
3 527 (40.26%) BDD
4 501 (38.27%) Scrum
5 416 (31.78%) Continuous Integration
6 385 (29.41%) MVC
7 362 (27.65%) Software Engineering
8 302 (23.07%) Mentoring
9 299 (22.84%) Test Automation
10 261 (19.94%) Microservices
11 235 (17.95%) E-Commerce
12 229 (17.49%) Kanban
13 202 (15.43%) DevOps
14 200 (15.28%) Continuous Delivery
15 192 (14.67%) OO
16 190 (14.51%) SOLID
17 160 (12.22%) Unit Testing
18 150 (11.46%) SOA
19 146 (11.15%) SDLC
20 142 (10.85%) Open Source
Programming Languages
1 669 (51.11%) Java
2 516 (39.42%) JavaScript
3 405 (30.94%) C#
4 287 (21.93%) SQL
5 248 (18.95%) Python
6 178 (13.60%) Scala
7 133 (10.16%) Ruby
8 94 (7.18%) PHP
9 72 (5.50%) C++
10 55 (4.20%) Go
11 38 (2.90%) Groovy
12 35 (2.67%) Bash Shell
13 30 (2.29%) ES6
14 26 (1.99%) Apple Swift
15 24 (1.83%) PowerShell
15 24 (1.83%) R
16 21 (1.60%) C
16 21 (1.60%) T-SQL
17 17 (1.30%) PHP 5
17 17 (1.30%) PHP 7
Qualifications
1 156 (11.92%) Degree
2 85 (6.49%) Computer Science Degree
3 16 (1.22%) SC Cleared
3 16 (1.22%) Security Cleared
4 10 (0.76%) AWS Certification
5 7 (0.53%) Master's Degree
6 3 (0.23%) PhD
7 1 (0.076%) MBA
7 1 (0.076%) Numerate Degree
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 117 (8.94%) QA
2 8 (0.61%) SLA
3 7 (0.53%) GCP
4 5 (0.38%) PCI DSS
5 4 (0.31%) GDPR
6 1 (0.076%) Section 508
6 1 (0.076%) WCAG
System Software
1 180 (13.75%) Docker
2 4 (0.31%) Varnish
3 3 (0.23%) iptables
4 1 (0.076%) Shibboleth
Systems Management
1 64 (4.89%) Ansible
2 59 (4.51%) Puppet
3 58 (4.43%) Opscode Chef
4 49 (3.74%) Kubernetes
5 18 (1.38%) Mesos
6 9 (0.69%) Terraform
7 8 (0.61%) Docker Swarm
8 7 (0.53%) Hadoop YARN
8 7 (0.53%) Kibana
9 4 (0.31%) Packer
9 4 (0.31%) Rancher
10 3 (0.23%) HAProxy
10 3 (0.23%) Nagios
10 3 (0.23%) ZABBIX
11 2 (0.15%) Grafana
11 2 (0.15%) Icinga
11 2 (0.15%) Salt
12 1 (0.076%) BladeLogic
12 1 (0.076%) Business Desktop Deployment
12 1 (0.076%) Control-M
Vendors
1 132 (10.08%) Oracle
2 95 (7.26%) Microsoft
3 61 (4.66%) Google
4 46 (3.51%) hybris
5 32 (2.44%) IBM
6 31 (2.37%) Zend
7 28 (2.14%) Sophos
8 21 (1.60%) Sitecore
9 19 (1.45%) Adobe
10 16 (1.22%) ATG
11 14 (1.07%) MuleSoft
12 13 (0.99%) SAP
13 12 (0.92%) Demandware
13 12 (0.92%) New Relic
14 10 (0.76%) Cognizant
15 9 (0.69%) Atlassian
15 9 (0.69%) Progress
16 7 (0.53%) HP
17 6 (0.46%) Splunk
18 5 (0.38%) Facebook