Period
to 27 May 2018

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in London 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 27 May 2018 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Pair Programming
England > London
6 months to
27 May 2018
Same period 2017 Same period 2016
Rank 298 344 317
Rank change year-on-year +46 -27 +42
Permanent jobs citing Pair Programming 789 631 905
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in London 1.14% 0.92% 1.10%
As % of the Processes & Methodologies category 1.24% 1.00% 1.21%
Number of salaries quoted 647 534 797
London median annual salary £65,000 £62,500 £60,000
Median salary % change year-on-year +4.00% +4.17% -
10th Percentile £47,500 £41,250 £43,750
90th Percentile £97,500 £87,500 £85,000
England median annual salary £60,000 £57,500 £57,500
% change year-on-year +4.35% - +4.55%

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 London with a requirement for process or methodology skills.

All Process and Methodology Skills
London
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for process or methodology skills 63,523 62,954 74,945
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in London 91.64% 91.45% 91.14%
Number of salaries quoted 51,179 52,181 64,364
London median annual salary £60,000 £60,000 £55,000
Median salary % change year-on-year - +9.09% -
10th Percentile £35,750 £34,500 £33,250
90th Percentile £93,750 £90,000 £86,250
England median annual salary £50,000 £50,000 £48,000
% change year-on-year - +4.17% +1.05%

Pair Programming
Job Vacancy Trend in London

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

Job vacancy trend for Pair Programming in London

Pair Programming
Salary Trend in London

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

Salary trend for Pair Programming in London

Pair Programming
Salary Histogram in London

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing Pair Programming in London over the 6 months to 27 May 2018.

Salary histogram for Pair Programming in London

Pair Programming
Job Locations in London

The table below looks at the demand and provides a guide to the median salaries quoted in IT jobs citing Pair Programming within the London region over the 6 months to 27 May 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
Central London -22 118 £65,000 +4.00% 42
West London +9 31 £70,000 +7.69% 22
East London +40 30 £100,000 +66.67% 8
South London -18 6 £87,500 +133.33% 1
Pair Programming
England

For the 6 months to 27 May 2018, IT jobs citing Pair Programming 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 London region with a requirement for Pair Programming.

1 646 (81.88%) Agile Software Development
2 573 (72.62%) TDD
3 458 (58.05%) Java
4 338 (42.84%) Continuous Integration
5 335 (42.46%) BDD
6 314 (39.80%) Microservices
7 309 (39.16%) Amazon AWS
8 285 (36.12%) Scrum
8 285 (36.12%) DevOps
9 283 (35.87%) JavaScript
10 280 (35.49%) Software Engineering
11 220 (27.88%) Test Automation
12 218 (27.63%) .NET
13 217 (27.50%) React
14 198 (25.10%) C#
15 197 (24.97%) REST
16 195 (24.71%) AngularJS
17 193 (24.46%) SQL
18 192 (24.33%) Finance
19 191 (24.21%) Web Services
20 171 (21.67%) HTML
20 171 (21.67%) Git (software)
21 165 (20.91%) Continuous Delivery
22 159 (20.15%) Docker
23 154 (19.52%) Kanban
24 150 (19.01%) CSS
25 149 (18.88%) RESTful
26 147 (18.63%) MVC
27 143 (18.12%) Python
27 143 (18.12%) Node.js

Pair Programming
Co-occurring IT Skills in 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 38 (4.82%) Elasticsearch
2 28 (3.55%) Apache Spark
3 22 (2.79%) Apache
4 21 (2.66%) Confluence
5 18 (2.28%) Cloud Foundry
6 16 (2.03%) Tomcat
7 15 (1.90%) JBoss
8 13 (1.65%) Anypoint
8 13 (1.65%) WildFly
9 9 (1.14%) Mule
10 7 (0.89%) Apache Solr
10 7 (0.89%) Jetty
11 6 (0.76%) nginx
12 5 (0.63%) WebLogic
13 4 (0.51%) CMS
14 3 (0.38%) Adobe Experience Manager
14 3 (0.38%) Apache Pig
14 3 (0.38%) OpenStack
14 3 (0.38%) WebSphere
15 2 (0.25%) Lightstreamer
Applications
1 6 (0.76%) Adobe Premiere
2 1 (0.13%) LibreOffice
2 1 (0.13%) Microsoft Excel
2 1 (0.13%) Microsoft Office
Business Applications
1 11 (1.39%) Magento
2 2 (0.25%) LatentZero
2 2 (0.25%) Payment Gateway
2 2 (0.25%) thinkFolio
Cloud Services
1 309 (39.16%) Amazon AWS
2 132 (16.73%) Microsoft Azure
3 40 (5.07%) Google Cloud Platform
3 40 (5.07%) Serverless
4 35 (4.44%) Amazon S3
5 34 (4.31%) PaaS
6 30 (3.80%) Amazon EC2
7 25 (3.17%) AWS CloudFormation
8 24 (3.04%) AWS Lambda
9 22 (2.79%) AWS Elastic Beanstalk
10 20 (2.53%) GitHub
11 18 (2.28%) Cloud Computing
11 18 (2.28%) IaaS
11 18 (2.28%) OpenShift
12 12 (1.52%) Heroku
13 11 (1.39%) Amazon CloudWatch
13 11 (1.39%) CodePlex
14 6 (0.76%) Algolia
14 6 (0.76%) Runscope
15 5 (0.63%) npm
Communications & Networking
1 23 (2.92%) HTTP
2 10 (1.27%) HTTPS
3 6 (0.76%) Internet
4 3 (0.38%) TCP/IP
5 2 (0.25%) DNS
5 2 (0.25%) Kerberos
6 1 (0.13%) BIG-IP
6 1 (0.13%) DSL
6 1 (0.13%) Ethernet
6 1 (0.13%) SMS
6 1 (0.13%) SSL
6 1 (0.13%) VLAN
Database & Business Intelligence
1 109 (13.81%) NoSQL
2 83 (10.52%) SQL Server
3 54 (6.84%) Big Data
4 51 (6.46%) MySQL
5 49 (6.21%) MongoDB
6 30 (3.80%) Neo4j
7 28 (3.55%) Relational Database
8 24 (3.04%) Redis
9 23 (2.92%) Apache Cassandra
9 23 (2.92%) Hadoop
10 11 (1.39%) Apache Hive
10 11 (1.39%) HBase
10 11 (1.39%) Oracle Database
11 10 (1.27%) Cosmos DB
11 10 (1.27%) MarkLogic
11 10 (1.27%) PostgreSQL
12 8 (1.01%) Blockchain
12 8 (1.01%) Couchbase
13 6 (0.76%) CouchDB
13 6 (0.76%) RDBMS
Development Applications
1 171 (21.67%) Git (software)
2 89 (11.28%) Jenkins
3 82 (10.39%) Selenium
4 81 (10.27%) TeamCity
5 74 (9.38%) Maven
6 62 (7.86%) SpecFlow
7 50 (6.34%) JUnit
8 46 (5.83%) Vagrant
9 44 (5.58%) Gradle
10 41 (5.20%) Jasmine
11 39 (4.94%) Cucumber
12 37 (4.69%) Team Foundation Server
13 36 (4.56%) JIRA
13 36 (4.56%) Octopus Deploy
14 35 (4.44%) NUnit
15 24 (3.04%) JMeter
15 24 (3.04%) ReSharper
16 21 (2.66%) Mockito
17 19 (2.41%) Subversion
18 18 (2.28%) Visual Studio
General
1 192 (24.33%) Finance
2 107 (13.56%) Retail
3 56 (7.10%) Front Office
4 55 (6.97%) Games
5 24 (3.04%) Banking
6 16 (2.03%) Investment Banking
7 15 (1.90%) Online Betting
8 14 (1.77%) Marketing
9 12 (1.52%) Financial Institution
10 11 (1.39%) Telecoms
11 10 (1.27%) Legal
12 7 (0.89%) Advertising
13 6 (0.76%) Publishing
14 5 (0.63%) Law
15 4 (0.51%) Digital Economy
16 2 (0.25%) Automotive
17 1 (0.13%) Electronics
17 1 (0.13%) Manufacturing
17 1 (0.13%) Multimedia
Job Titles
1 508 (64.39%) Developer
2 230 (29.15%) Java Developer
3 146 (18.50%) Software Engineer
4 104 (13.18%) Senior Developer
5 93 (11.79%) Java Engineer
6 75 (9.51%) .NET Developer
6 75 (9.51%) Developer/Software Engineer
6 75 (9.51%) Software Developer
7 70 (8.87%) Java Software Developer
8 69 (8.75%) Java Software Engineer
9 59 (7.48%) Agile Developer
9 59 (7.48%) C# Developer
10 48 (6.08%) AWS Developer
11 41 (5.20%) Lead Developer
12 39 (4.94%) AWS Engineer
13 38 (4.82%) Senior Java Developer
14 35 (4.44%) .NET Software Engineer
14 35 (4.44%) C# .NET Developer
15 34 (4.31%) C# Software Engineer
16 33 (4.18%) J2EE Software Engineer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 218 (27.63%) .NET
2 217 (27.50%) React
3 197 (24.97%) REST
4 195 (24.71%) AngularJS
5 191 (24.21%) Web Services
6 171 (21.67%) HTML
7 150 (19.01%) CSS
8 149 (18.88%) RESTful
9 143 (18.12%) Node.js
10 127 (16.10%) Spring
11 94 (11.91%) J2EE
12 80 (10.14%) jQuery
13 78 (9.89%) HTML5
14 75 (9.51%) Hibernate
14 75 (9.51%) RabbitMQ
15 73 (9.25%) Kafka
16 66 (8.37%) ASP.NET
17 57 (7.22%) J2SE
18 51 (6.46%) ActiveMQ
19 47 (5.96%) .NET Core
Miscellaneous
1 94 (11.91%) Greenfield Project
2 67 (8.49%) Fintech
3 64 (8.11%) User Experience
4 52 (6.59%) Hedge funds
5 51 (6.46%) Mobile App
6 45 (5.70%) Self-Motivation
7 34 (4.31%) Analytical Skills
8 30 (3.80%) Algorithms
9 24 (3.04%) Computer Science
10 22 (2.79%) EPoS
10 22 (2.79%) Online Games
11 18 (2.28%) Cloud Native
12 15 (1.90%) Over-the-Top Content
13 14 (1.77%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
14 12 (1.52%) Fixed Income
15 10 (1.27%) Blog
15 10 (1.27%) Enterprise Software
15 10 (1.27%) Video Conferencing
16 9 (1.14%) Linux Command Line
17 8 (1.01%) Virtual Team
Operating Systems
1 87 (11.03%) Linux
2 58 (7.35%) Android
3 48 (6.08%) Apple iOS
4 44 (5.58%) Windows
5 34 (4.31%) Nucleus RTOS
6 27 (3.42%) Windows Phone
7 25 (3.17%) Unix
8 2 (0.25%) Solaris
8 2 (0.25%) SUSE
9 1 (0.13%) CentOS
9 1 (0.13%) CoreOS
9 1 (0.13%) Mac OS
Processes & Methodologies
1 646 (81.88%) Agile Software Development
2 573 (72.62%) TDD
3 338 (42.84%) Continuous Integration
4 335 (42.46%) BDD
5 314 (39.80%) Microservices
6 285 (36.12%) DevOps
6 285 (36.12%) Scrum
7 280 (35.49%) Software Engineering
8 220 (27.88%) Test Automation
9 165 (20.91%) Continuous Delivery
10 154 (19.52%) Kanban
11 147 (18.63%) MVC
12 133 (16.86%) Mentoring
13 125 (15.84%) Continuous Deployment
14 122 (15.46%) SOLID
15 102 (12.93%) OO
16 92 (11.66%) E-Commerce
17 88 (11.15%) Enterprise Architecture
18 81 (10.27%) Open Source
19 79 (10.01%) Front End Development
Programming Languages
1 458 (58.05%) Java
2 283 (35.87%) JavaScript
3 198 (25.10%) C#
4 193 (24.46%) SQL
5 143 (18.12%) Python
6 131 (16.60%) Java 8
7 95 (12.04%) Ruby
8 81 (10.27%) Scala
9 58 (7.35%) PHP
10 45 (5.70%) PL/SQL
11 38 (4.82%) R
12 33 (4.18%) C++
13 29 (3.68%) C
13 29 (3.68%) Go
14 28 (3.55%) Groovy
14 28 (3.55%) TypeScript
15 27 (3.42%) Apple Swift
16 20 (2.53%) Objective-C
17 17 (2.15%) Clojure
18 14 (1.77%) Kotlin
Qualifications
1 26 (3.30%) Degree
2 8 (1.01%) AWS Certification
2 8 (1.01%) Computer Science Degree
3 5 (0.63%) Security Cleared
4 3 (0.38%) Master's Degree
4 3 (0.38%) SC Cleared
5 1 (0.13%) ISEB
5 1 (0.13%) ISTQB
5 1 (0.13%) PhD
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 70 (8.87%) QA
2 6 (0.76%) GCP
3 1 (0.13%) Data Quality
System Software
1 159 (20.15%) Docker
2 6 (0.76%) Virtual Machines
3 5 (0.63%) HDFS
4 4 (0.51%) Apache Flume
5 1 (0.13%) iptables
Systems Management
1 92 (11.66%) Terraform
2 57 (7.22%) Ansible
3 43 (5.45%) Kubernetes
4 24 (3.04%) Puppet
5 23 (2.92%) Opscode Chef
6 9 (1.14%) Kibana
7 8 (1.01%) Mesos
8 5 (0.63%) HAProxy
8 5 (0.63%) logstash
8 5 (0.63%) Single Sign-On
9 3 (0.38%) Business Desktop Deployment
9 3 (0.38%) MOM
10 2 (0.25%) Grafana
10 2 (0.25%) Graphite
10 2 (0.25%) Hadoop YARN
11 1 (0.13%) Nagios
11 1 (0.13%) Rancher
Vendors
1 64 (8.11%) Oracle
2 61 (7.73%) Google
3 29 (3.68%) Microsoft
4 26 (3.30%) New Relic
5 22 (2.79%) MuleSoft
6 15 (1.90%) Splunk
7 12 (1.52%) Atlassian
7 12 (1.52%) LexisNexis
8 11 (1.39%) Demandware
8 11 (1.39%) IBM
9 9 (1.14%) Adobe
10 7 (0.89%) Apple
11 6 (0.76%) Cloudera
11 6 (0.76%) Perforce
12 5 (0.63%) Hortonworks
12 5 (0.63%) Tableau
13 4 (0.51%) Virgin Media
14 3 (0.38%) Datameer
14 3 (0.38%) PayPal
14 3 (0.38%) Sonatype