Period
to 19 July 2018

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in Leeds with a requirement for RabbitMQ skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited RabbitMQ over the 6 months to 19 July 2018 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Pivotal Software RabbitMQ
6 months to
19 Jul 2018
Same period 2017 Same period 2016
Rank 138 177 191
Rank change year-on-year +39 +14 +19
Permanent jobs citing RabbitMQ 69 50 55
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in Leeds 1.46% 0.98% 0.91%
As % of the Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards category 3.89% 2.42% 2.51%
Number of salaries quoted 63 41 42
Leeds median annual salary £47,000 £50,000 £47,500
Median salary % change year-on-year -6.00% +5.26% +5.56%
10th Percentile £35,250 £38,750 £38,750
90th Percentile £57,500 £63,750 £68,750
West Yorkshire median annual salary £47,000 £50,000 £47,500
% change year-on-year -6.00% +5.26% +5.56%

RabbitMQ 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 Leeds with a requirement for technical specification, industry standards, software libraries and framework skills.

All Software Libraries and Frameworks
Leeds
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for technical specification, industry standards, software libraries and framework skills 1,773 2,064 2,193
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in Leeds 37.40% 40.36% 36.37%
Number of salaries quoted 1,541 1,806 1,828
Leeds median annual salary £45,000 £45,000 £40,000
Median salary % change year-on-year - +12.50% -
10th Percentile £30,000 £27,500 £27,500
90th Percentile £65,000 £62,500 £60,000
West Yorkshire median annual salary £45,000 £42,500 £40,000
% change year-on-year +5.88% +6.25% -

RabbitMQ
Job Vacancy Trend in Leeds

Job postings citing RabbitMQ as a percentage of all IT jobs advertised in Leeds.

Job vacancy trend for RabbitMQ in Leeds

RabbitMQ
Salary Trend in Leeds

This chart provides the 3-month moving average for salaries quoted in permanent IT jobs citing RabbitMQ in Leeds.

Salary trend for RabbitMQ in Leeds

RabbitMQ
Salary Histogram in Leeds

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing RabbitMQ in Leeds over the 6 months to 19 July 2018.

Salary histogram for RabbitMQ in Leeds

For the 6 months to 19 July 2018, IT jobs citing RabbitMQ 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 Leeds region with a requirement for RabbitMQ.

1 54 (78.26%) Java
2 52 (75.36%) Agile Software Development
3 36 (52.17%) Spring
4 35 (50.72%) DevOps
5 31 (44.93%) Kafka
6 29 (42.03%) Microservices
6 29 (42.03%) MySQL
7 28 (40.58%) Jenkins
8 26 (37.68%) Docker
8 26 (37.68%) SQL
8 26 (37.68%) High Availability
9 25 (36.23%) Continuous Integration
10 23 (33.33%) NoSQL
10 23 (33.33%) ActiveMQ
10 23 (33.33%) Oracle
10 23 (33.33%) Opscode Chef
11 22 (31.88%) Java 8
11 22 (31.88%) TDD
11 22 (31.88%) Apache Cassandra
12 21 (30.43%) Hibernate
12 21 (30.43%) JavaScript
13 20 (28.99%) Amazon AWS
13 20 (28.99%) Software Engineering
14 19 (27.54%) Ansible
15 18 (26.09%) Redis
16 17 (24.64%) MongoDB
16 17 (24.64%) C++
16 17 (24.64%) Python
17 16 (23.19%) Web Services
17 16 (23.19%) OO

RabbitMQ
Co-occurring IT Skills in Leeds 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 8 (11.59%) Elasticsearch
1 8 (11.59%) nginx
2 3 (4.35%) Confluence
2 3 (4.35%) NServiceBus
2 3 (4.35%) Umbraco
3 2 (2.90%) BizTalk Server
Cloud Services
1 20 (28.99%) Amazon AWS
2 2 (2.90%) Google Cloud Platform
2 2 (2.90%) Loggly
2 2 (2.90%) Microsoft Azure
2 2 (2.90%) Sumo Logic
3 1 (1.45%) npm
Communications & Networking
1 4 (5.80%) AMQP
Database & Business Intelligence
1 29 (42.03%) MySQL
2 23 (33.33%) NoSQL
3 22 (31.88%) Apache Cassandra
4 18 (26.09%) Redis
5 17 (24.64%) MongoDB
6 12 (17.39%) Riak
7 8 (11.59%) PostgreSQL
8 6 (8.70%) Relational Database
9 3 (4.35%) RDBMS
Development Applications
1 28 (40.58%) Jenkins
2 13 (18.84%) JUnit
2 13 (18.84%) Maven
2 13 (18.84%) Mockito
3 10 (14.49%) Git (software)
4 8 (11.59%) Cucumber
4 8 (11.59%) Mercurial
4 8 (11.59%) Selenium
4 8 (11.59%) Subversion
5 7 (10.14%) Vagrant
6 5 (7.25%) Octopus Deploy
7 3 (4.35%) JIRA
7 3 (4.35%) TeamCity
8 2 (2.90%) CA Release Automation
8 2 (2.90%) Team Foundation Server
9 1 (1.45%) Jasmine
General
1 5 (7.25%) Games
2 2 (2.90%) Retail
3 1 (1.45%) Finance
Job Titles
1 43 (62.32%) Developer
2 26 (37.68%) Java Developer
3 19 (27.54%) Software Engineer
4 15 (21.74%) Java Engineer
5 14 (20.29%) Senior Java Engineer
6 12 (17.39%) Java Scala Developer
6 12 (17.39%) Scala Developer
7 11 (15.94%) Software Developer
8 8 (11.59%) Developer/Software Engineer
8 8 (11.59%) Python Developer
8 8 (11.59%) Python Engineer
8 8 (11.59%) Python Software Engineer
8 8 (11.59%) Senior Software Engineer
9 7 (10.14%) DevOps Engineer
9 7 (10.14%) Java Software Engineer
9 7 (10.14%) Junior DevOps
9 7 (10.14%) Ruby Engineer
9 7 (10.14%) Senior DevOps
9 7 (10.14%) Senior DevOps Engineer
9 7 (10.14%) Senior Java Software Engineer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 36 (52.17%) Spring
2 31 (44.93%) Kafka
3 23 (33.33%) ActiveMQ
4 21 (30.43%) Hibernate
5 16 (23.19%) RESTful
5 16 (23.19%) Web Services
6 15 (21.74%) Node.js
6 15 (21.74%) Spring Boot
7 13 (18.84%) JSON
7 13 (18.84%) XML
8 12 (17.39%) AngularJS
8 12 (17.39%) CSS
9 9 (13.04%) HTML
10 8 (11.59%) Apache Camel
10 8 (11.59%) CSS3
10 8 (11.59%) HTML5
11 7 (10.14%) .NET
12 5 (7.25%) ASP.NET
12 5 (7.25%) Entity Framework
12 5 (7.25%) MSMQ
Miscellaneous
1 6 (8.70%) Enterprise Software
2 4 (5.80%) Self-Motivation
3 1 (1.45%) Analytical Skills
3 1 (1.45%) Linux Command Line
Operating Systems
1 9 (13.04%) Linux
2 8 (11.59%) CentOS
2 8 (11.59%) Red Hat Enterprise Linux
3 7 (10.14%) Debian
4 1 (1.45%) Unix
Processes & Methodologies
1 52 (75.36%) Agile Software Development
2 35 (50.72%) DevOps
3 29 (42.03%) Microservices
4 26 (37.68%) High Availability
5 25 (36.23%) Continuous Integration
6 22 (31.88%) TDD
7 20 (28.99%) Software Engineering
8 16 (23.19%) Mentoring
8 16 (23.19%) OO
9 13 (18.84%) BDD
9 13 (18.84%) E-Commerce
10 12 (17.39%) Scrum
11 9 (13.04%) Pair Programming
12 8 (11.59%) Configuration Management
12 8 (11.59%) Extreme Programming
13 7 (10.14%) Coaching
13 7 (10.14%) Domain-Driven Design
13 7 (10.14%) Unit Testing
14 6 (8.70%) MVC
15 4 (5.80%) Problem-Solving
Programming Languages
1 54 (78.26%) Java
2 26 (37.68%) SQL
3 22 (31.88%) Java 8
4 21 (30.43%) JavaScript
5 17 (24.64%) C++
5 17 (24.64%) Python
6 15 (21.74%) C#
7 14 (20.29%) Scala
8 13 (18.84%) Kotlin
9 11 (15.94%) PHP
10 9 (13.04%) Ruby
11 2 (2.90%) Bash Shell
11 2 (2.90%) ES6
11 2 (2.90%) Go
11 2 (2.90%) PL/SQL
11 2 (2.90%) T-SQL
System Software
1 26 (37.68%) Docker
Systems Management
1 23 (33.33%) Opscode Chef
2 19 (27.54%) Ansible
3 15 (21.74%) Kubernetes
4 9 (13.04%) Puppet
5 5 (7.25%) Terraform
6 2 (2.90%) Cobbler
6 2 (2.90%) Nagios
6 2 (2.90%) Prometheus
6 2 (2.90%) Rancher
6 2 (2.90%) Tivoli
6 2 (2.90%) ZABBIX
Vendors
1 23 (33.33%) Oracle
2 3 (4.35%) ServiceNow
3 2 (2.90%) Google
3 2 (2.90%) Microsoft
3 2 (2.90%) New Relic
3 2 (2.90%) Rackspace
3 2 (2.90%) Splunk
3 2 (2.90%) Xamarin