Period
to 14 December 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 14 December 2018 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Pair Programming
England > London
6 months to
14 Dec 2018
Same period 2017 Same period 2016
Rank 262 310 354
Rank change year-on-year +48 +44 -20
Permanent jobs citing Pair Programming 832 808 671
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in London 1.25% 1.09% 0.90%
As % of the Processes & Methodologies category 1.36% 1.17% 0.98%
Number of salaries quoted 701 597 560
London median annual salary £67,500 £62,500 £62,500
Median salary % change year-on-year +8.00% - -
10th Percentile £47,500 £47,500 £42,500
90th Percentile £105,000 £85,000 £87,500
England median annual salary £60,000 £60,000 £57,500
% change year-on-year - +4.35% -

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 61,114 69,116 68,469
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in London 92.03% 93.31% 92.17%
Number of salaries quoted 49,368 53,858 58,696
London median annual salary £62,500 £60,000 £57,500
Median salary % change year-on-year +4.17% +4.35% +4.55%
10th Percentile £35,000 £35,000 £33,500
90th Percentile £95,000 £90,000 £88,750
England median annual salary £52,500 £50,000 £50,000
% change year-on-year +5.00% - +5.26%

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 14 December 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 14 December 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 +73 197 £65,000 - 38
West London +32 36 £60,000 -14.29% 25
South London +2 21 £62,500 -1.96% 4
East London -7 12 £96,250 +85.10% 10
Pair Programming
England

For the 6 months to 14 December 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.

1 683 (82.09%) Agile Software Development
2 582 (69.95%) TDD
3 443 (53.25%) Java
4 295 (35.46%) Microservices
5 241 (28.97%) Continuous Integration
6 239 (28.73%) Scrum
7 237 (28.49%) Amazon AWS
7 237 (28.49%) BDD
8 219 (26.32%) JavaScript
9 204 (24.52%) Docker
10 200 (24.04%) Spring
11 195 (23.44%) DevOps
12 194 (23.32%) Software Engineering
13 180 (21.63%) Finance
14 177 (21.27%) SQL
15 170 (20.43%) React
16 162 (19.47%) AngularJS
17 158 (18.99%) Web Services
18 155 (18.63%) Continuous Delivery
19 153 (18.39%) Node.js
20 142 (17.07%) HTML
21 139 (16.71%) C#
21 139 (16.71%) REST
22 137 (16.47%) RESTful
23 136 (16.35%) CSS
24 133 (15.99%) Git (software)
25 132 (15.87%) Kanban
26 130 (15.63%) Scala
27 122 (14.66%) Python
28 119 (14.30%) Mentoring

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 45 (5.41%) Apache Spark
2 39 (4.69%) Elasticsearch
3 29 (3.49%) Tomcat
4 22 (2.64%) Apache
5 19 (2.28%) Adobe Experience Manager
6 15 (1.80%) CMS
7 14 (1.68%) Confluence
7 14 (1.68%) nginx
8 11 (1.32%) WebSphere
9 9 (1.08%) Ethereum
10 1 (0.12%) EPiServer
10 1 (0.12%) IIS
10 1 (0.12%) Oracle SOA Suite
10 1 (0.12%) Sitecore CMS
10 1 (0.12%) WebLogic
Applications
1 4 (0.48%) Mingle
2 2 (0.24%) LibreOffice
2 2 (0.24%) Microsoft Excel
2 2 (0.24%) Photoshop
2 2 (0.24%) Snapchat
3 1 (0.12%) Adobe Illustrator
3 1 (0.12%) Adobe Premiere
3 1 (0.12%) Fireworks
Business Applications
1 1 (0.12%) LatentZero
1 1 (0.12%) Magento
1 1 (0.12%) Oracle BPM
1 1 (0.12%) thinkFolio
Cloud Services
1 237 (28.49%) Amazon AWS
2 77 (9.25%) Google Cloud Platform
3 69 (8.29%) Microsoft Azure
4 33 (3.97%) Serverless
5 32 (3.85%) GitHub
6 28 (3.37%) npm
7 24 (2.88%) PaaS
8 19 (2.28%) AWS CloudFormation
8 19 (2.28%) IaaS
9 18 (2.16%) OpenShift
10 14 (1.68%) SaaS
11 11 (1.32%) Slack
12 10 (1.20%) Cloud Computing
13 9 (1.08%) Amazon EC2
14 7 (0.84%) Yarn
15 5 (0.60%) AWS Lambda
15 5 (0.60%) Heroku
15 5 (0.60%) Runscope
16 4 (0.48%) iTunes
17 3 (0.36%) NuGet
Communications & Networking
1 35 (4.21%) HTTP
2 12 (1.44%) Internet
3 11 (1.32%) BIG-IP
3 11 (1.32%) HTTPS
3 11 (1.32%) VLAN
4 5 (0.60%) Ethernet
4 5 (0.60%) Wi-Fi
5 4 (0.48%) DNS
6 2 (0.24%) RTMP
7 1 (0.12%) FTP
7 1 (0.12%) TCP/IP
Database & Business Intelligence
1 83 (9.98%) NoSQL
2 57 (6.85%) SQL Server
3 51 (6.13%) MySQL
4 49 (5.89%) Big Data
5 39 (4.69%) Redis
6 38 (4.57%) MongoDB
7 34 (4.09%) PostgreSQL
8 33 (3.97%) Apache Cassandra
9 27 (3.25%) Relational Database
10 20 (2.40%) Hadoop
11 12 (1.44%) Blockchain
11 12 (1.44%) Oracle Database
12 8 (0.96%) Neo4j
13 5 (0.60%) Apache Hive
13 5 (0.60%) Cosmos DB
13 5 (0.60%) Couchbase
13 5 (0.60%) Hazelcast
13 5 (0.60%) InfluxDB
14 3 (0.36%) RDBMS
14 3 (0.36%) SQL Server Integration Services
Development Applications
1 133 (15.99%) Git (software)
2 111 (13.34%) Jenkins
3 57 (6.85%) Selenium
4 56 (6.73%) TeamCity
5 54 (6.49%) JUnit
6 48 (5.77%) Maven
7 37 (4.45%) Mockito
8 36 (4.33%) Cucumber
9 34 (4.09%) gulp
10 32 (3.85%) Grunt
11 31 (3.73%) Gradle
12 29 (3.49%) JIRA
13 24 (2.88%) Octopus Deploy
14 22 (2.64%) Atlassian Bamboo
15 19 (2.28%) Jasmine
15 19 (2.28%) WebDriver
16 18 (2.16%) NUnit
17 17 (2.04%) webpack
18 16 (1.92%) SpecFlow
18 16 (1.92%) Vagrant
General
1 180 (21.63%) Finance
2 108 (12.98%) Retail
3 83 (9.98%) Games
4 47 (5.65%) Front Office
5 30 (3.61%) Financial Institution
6 19 (2.28%) Banking
6 19 (2.28%) Publishing
7 15 (1.80%) Legal
7 15 (1.80%) Marketing
7 15 (1.80%) Multimedia
8 13 (1.56%) Law
9 12 (1.44%) Advertising
9 12 (1.44%) Telecoms
10 10 (1.20%) Investment Banking
11 6 (0.72%) Back Office
11 6 (0.72%) Online Betting
12 4 (0.48%) Retail Finance
13 3 (0.36%) Digital Economy
14 2 (0.24%) Electronics
14 2 (0.24%) Manufacturing
Job Titles
1 552 (66.35%) Developer
2 215 (25.84%) Java Developer
3 159 (19.11%) Senior Developer
4 76 (9.13%) Software Engineer
5 73 (8.77%) Senior Java Developer
6 67 (8.05%) Scala Developer
7 62 (7.45%) .NET Developer
8 52 (6.25%) Java Engineer
9 51 (6.13%) C# Developer
10 49 (5.89%) Agile Developer
11 45 (5.41%) Lead Developer
12 33 (3.97%) Front End Developer (Client-Side Developer)
13 32 (3.85%) AWS Developer
14 30 (3.61%) QA Engineer
15 29 (3.49%) C# .NET Developer
16 28 (3.37%) C++ Developer
16 28 (3.37%) Java Software Engineer
17 27 (3.25%) Android Developer
18 25 (3.00%) Test Engineer
19 24 (2.88%) Senior Software Engineer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 200 (24.04%) Spring
2 170 (20.43%) React
3 162 (19.47%) AngularJS
4 158 (18.99%) Web Services
5 153 (18.39%) Node.js
6 142 (17.07%) HTML
7 139 (16.71%) REST
8 137 (16.47%) RESTful
9 136 (16.35%) CSS
10 115 (13.82%) .NET
11 97 (11.66%) Spring Boot
12 87 (10.46%) Kafka
13 86 (10.34%) Apache Camel
14 84 (10.10%) SOAP
15 74 (8.89%) HTML5
15 74 (8.89%) XML
16 58 (6.97%) Hibernate
17 55 (6.61%) RabbitMQ
18 51 (6.13%) CSS3
19 46 (5.53%) Redux
Miscellaneous
1 74 (8.89%) Greenfield Project
2 64 (7.69%) User Experience
3 55 (6.61%) Fintech
4 32 (3.85%) Algorithms
4 32 (3.85%) Blog
5 29 (3.49%) Fixed Income
6 25 (3.00%) Hedge funds
6 25 (3.00%) Self-Motivation
7 16 (1.92%) Mobile App
8 15 (1.80%) Analytical Skills
9 12 (1.44%) Data Structures
10 11 (1.32%) Online Games
11 8 (0.96%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
11 8 (0.96%) Life Science
12 7 (0.84%) Enterprise Software
13 6 (0.72%) Augmented Reality
13 6 (0.72%) Derivative
13 6 (0.72%) Equities
13 6 (0.72%) Over-the-Top Content
14 5 (0.60%) Photography
Operating Systems
1 83 (9.98%) Linux
2 48 (5.77%) Windows
3 43 (5.17%) Unix
4 37 (4.45%) Android
5 13 (1.56%) Apple iOS
6 12 (1.44%) CentOS
6 12 (1.44%) Solaris
6 12 (1.44%) Ubuntu
7 11 (1.32%) CoreOS
Processes & Methodologies
1 683 (82.09%) Agile Software Development
2 582 (69.95%) TDD
3 295 (35.46%) Microservices
4 241 (28.97%) Continuous Integration
5 239 (28.73%) Scrum
6 237 (28.49%) BDD
7 195 (23.44%) DevOps
8 194 (23.32%) Software Engineering
9 155 (18.63%) Continuous Delivery
10 132 (15.87%) Kanban
11 119 (14.30%) Mentoring
12 115 (13.82%) Test Automation
13 102 (12.26%) Open Source
14 100 (12.02%) MVC
15 94 (11.30%) Unit Testing
16 74 (8.89%) SOLID
17 70 (8.41%) SDLC
18 69 (8.29%) Continuous Deployment
18 69 (8.29%) Front End Development
19 65 (7.81%) Refactoring
Programming Languages
1 443 (53.25%) Java
2 219 (26.32%) JavaScript
3 177 (21.27%) SQL
4 139 (16.71%) C#
5 130 (15.63%) Scala
6 122 (14.66%) Python
7 104 (12.50%) Java 8
8 103 (12.38%) Ruby
9 64 (7.69%) C++
10 53 (6.37%) Go
11 50 (6.01%) ES6
12 37 (4.45%) TypeScript
13 34 (4.09%) PHP
14 24 (2.88%) C
14 24 (2.88%) PowerShell
15 23 (2.76%) PL/SQL
16 20 (2.40%) Groovy
17 14 (1.68%) R
18 12 (1.44%) T-SQL
19 11 (1.32%) Bash Shell
Qualifications
1 44 (5.29%) Degree
2 25 (3.00%) Computer Science Degree
3 15 (1.80%) Security Cleared
4 12 (1.44%) SC Cleared
5 6 (0.72%) PhD
6 2 (0.24%) DBS Check
6 2 (0.24%) DV Cleared
6 2 (0.24%) ICAEW
7 1 (0.12%) Master's Degree
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 75 (9.01%) QA
2 1 (0.12%) SEPA
System Software
1 204 (24.52%) Docker
2 11 (1.32%) iptables
3 9 (1.08%) Apache ZooKeeper
4 6 (0.72%) Varnish
4 6 (0.72%) VMware Infrastructure
4 6 (0.72%) vSphere
5 4 (0.48%) Apache Flume
6 2 (0.24%) Microsoft App-V
Systems Management
1 103 (12.38%) Kubernetes
2 76 (9.13%) Terraform
3 32 (3.85%) Docker Swarm
4 28 (3.37%) Ansible
5 23 (2.76%) Opscode Chef
6 16 (1.92%) Mesos
7 14 (1.68%) Grafana
8 11 (1.32%) HAProxy
9 10 (1.20%) Kibana
10 7 (0.84%) Puppet
11 5 (0.60%) StatsD
12 4 (0.48%) Graphite
12 4 (0.48%) logstash
13 2 (0.24%) Prometheus
13 2 (0.24%) Single Sign-On
14 1 (0.12%) Consul
14 1 (0.12%) linkerd
Vendors
1 67 (8.05%) Google
2 43 (5.17%) Red Hat
3 39 (4.69%) Oracle
4 20 (2.40%) Adobe
5 16 (1.92%) Apple
5 16 (1.92%) Microsoft
6 12 (1.44%) Rakuten
7 11 (1.32%) F5
8 9 (1.08%) Cypress Semiconductor
9 7 (0.84%) Splunk
9 7 (0.84%) VMware
10 5 (0.60%) LexisNexis
11 4 (0.48%) Facebook
12 3 (0.36%) IBM
13 2 (0.24%) Cognizant
13 2 (0.24%) New Relic
13 2 (0.24%) SAP
13 2 (0.24%) Twitter
13 2 (0.24%) Vertica
13 2 (0.24%) Zend