Period
to 22 February 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 22 February 2018 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Pair Programming
England > London
6 months to
22 Feb 2018
Same period 2017 Same period 2016
Rank 303 384 323
Rank change year-on-year +81 -61 +24
Permanent jobs citing Pair Programming 732 551 900
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in London 1.04% 0.79% 1.05%
As % of the Processes & Methodologies category 1.14% 0.87% 1.17%
Number of salaries quoted 609 481 744
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 £44,000
90th Percentile £86,250 £85,000 £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 64,066 63,275 76,699
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in London 91.38% 90.50% 89.75%
Number of salaries quoted 52,514 53,553 65,035
London median annual salary £60,000 £60,000 £55,000
Median salary % change year-on-year - +9.09% -
10th Percentile £36,250 £33,750 £33,750
90th Percentile £92,500 £90,000 £87,150
England median annual salary £50,000 £50,000 £47,500
% change year-on-year - +5.26% +5.56%

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 22 February 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 22 February 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 -26 105 £66,250 +10.42% 49
West London +19 33 £72,500 +9.43% 26
East London +15 25 £70,000 +16.67% 9
South London -12 8 £66,250 +76.67% 3
Pair Programming
England

For the 6 months to 22 February 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.

1 617 (84.29%) Agile Software Development
2 602 (82.24%) TDD
3 386 (52.73%) BDD
4 383 (52.32%) Java
5 273 (37.30%) JavaScript
6 271 (37.02%) Scrum
7 250 (34.15%) Continuous Integration
7 250 (34.15%) Microservices
8 237 (32.38%) Amazon AWS
9 233 (31.83%) Software Engineering
10 215 (29.37%) .NET
11 197 (26.91%) C#
12 183 (25.00%) Test Automation
13 181 (24.73%) REST
14 170 (23.22%) Node.js
14 170 (23.22%) DevOps
15 169 (23.09%) MVC
16 153 (20.90%) Git (software)
17 151 (20.63%) Continuous Delivery
18 148 (20.22%) AngularJS
18 148 (20.22%) HTML
19 142 (19.40%) RESTful
20 139 (18.99%) Kanban
20 139 (18.99%) Spring
21 137 (18.72%) Finance
21 137 (18.72%) Linux
22 129 (17.62%) React
23 128 (17.49%) Mentoring
24 125 (17.08%) CSS
25 123 (16.80%) E-Commerce

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 49 (6.69%) Elasticsearch
2 42 (5.74%) Tomcat
3 40 (5.46%) Apache Spark
4 34 (4.64%) Apache
5 30 (4.10%) WebSphere
6 22 (3.01%) Cloud Foundry
7 21 (2.87%) Apache Solr
8 20 (2.73%) CMS
9 16 (2.19%) WebSphere Application Server
10 14 (1.91%) Confluence
11 13 (1.78%) nginx
12 11 (1.50%) Oracle Workflow
13 10 (1.37%) CoreMedia CMS
14 9 (1.23%) NServiceBus
15 8 (1.09%) Jetty
15 8 (1.09%) WebLogic
16 7 (0.96%) IPython
17 6 (0.82%) JBoss
18 5 (0.68%) Anypoint
18 5 (0.68%) Apache Pig
Applications
1 3 (0.41%) Photoshop
2 1 (0.14%) Microsoft Office
Business Applications
1 15 (2.05%) Payment Gateway
2 9 (1.23%) Magento
Cloud Services
1 237 (32.38%) Amazon AWS
2 75 (10.25%) Microsoft Azure
3 42 (5.74%) PaaS
4 40 (5.46%) Serverless
5 31 (4.23%) GitHub
6 30 (4.10%) IaaS
7 18 (2.46%) AWS CloudFormation
7 18 (2.46%) Cloud Computing
8 17 (2.32%) Amazon S3
8 17 (2.32%) OpenShift
9 16 (2.19%) AWS Lambda
10 15 (2.05%) SaaS
11 12 (1.64%) Google Cloud Platform
12 9 (1.23%) Amazon EC2
13 7 (0.96%) Amazon CloudWatch
13 7 (0.96%) Slack
14 5 (0.68%) npm
15 4 (0.55%) Heroku
16 3 (0.41%) Amazon SQS
16 3 (0.41%) Google Analytics
Communications & Networking
1 45 (6.15%) HTTP
2 24 (3.28%) Internet
3 11 (1.50%) TCP/IP
4 7 (0.96%) SSL
5 5 (0.68%) DNS
6 4 (0.55%) BIG-IP
6 4 (0.55%) VLAN
7 2 (0.27%) Firewall
7 2 (0.27%) HTTPS
7 2 (0.27%) Kerberos
7 2 (0.27%) SMS
8 1 (0.14%) Ethernet
Database & Business Intelligence
1 98 (13.39%) NoSQL
2 73 (9.97%) Big Data
3 60 (8.20%) SQL Server
4 52 (7.10%) MongoDB
5 49 (6.69%) MySQL
6 37 (5.05%) Hadoop
7 35 (4.78%) Redis
8 30 (4.10%) Relational Database
9 22 (3.01%) Neo4j
10 16 (2.19%) Apache Cassandra
11 12 (1.64%) Apache Hive
11 12 (1.64%) Riak
12 11 (1.50%) PostgreSQL
13 9 (1.23%) HBase
14 8 (1.09%) Endeca
14 8 (1.09%) Oracle Database
15 7 (0.96%) Amazon Redshift
15 7 (0.96%) Data Warehouse
15 7 (0.96%) MarkLogic
16 6 (0.82%) KDB
Development Applications
1 153 (20.90%) Git (software)
2 104 (14.21%) Jenkins
3 74 (10.11%) TeamCity
4 59 (8.06%) Maven
5 58 (7.92%) JIRA
6 53 (7.24%) JUnit
7 45 (6.15%) Selenium
8 37 (5.05%) SpecFlow
9 29 (3.96%) Gradle
10 27 (3.69%) Cucumber
11 26 (3.55%) NUnit
12 25 (3.42%) JMeter
13 21 (2.87%) Jasmine
14 20 (2.73%) Mockito
14 20 (2.73%) Team Foundation Server
15 19 (2.60%) Octopus Deploy
16 14 (1.91%) Mocha
17 11 (1.50%) Ant
17 11 (1.50%) ReSharper
17 11 (1.50%) Sinon.JS
General
1 137 (18.72%) Finance
2 79 (10.79%) Retail
3 69 (9.43%) Games
4 37 (5.05%) Marketing
5 29 (3.96%) Banking
6 21 (2.87%) Investment Banking
7 18 (2.46%) Retail Banking
7 18 (2.46%) Telecoms
8 13 (1.78%) Advertising
8 13 (1.78%) Legal
9 9 (1.23%) Law
10 8 (1.09%) Online Betting
11 6 (0.82%) Publishing
12 5 (0.68%) Front Office
13 2 (0.27%) Digital Economy
13 2 (0.27%) Financial Institution
14 1 (0.14%) Automotive
14 1 (0.14%) Back Office
14 1 (0.14%) Electronics
14 1 (0.14%) Manufacturing
Job Titles
1 481 (65.71%) Developer
2 171 (23.36%) Java Developer
3 151 (20.63%) Senior Developer
4 79 (10.79%) Software Engineer
5 76 (10.38%) .NET Developer
6 70 (9.56%) Agile Developer
7 56 (7.65%) Senior Java Developer
8 53 (7.24%) Software Developer
9 50 (6.83%) Java Engineer
10 48 (6.56%) C# Developer
11 44 (6.01%) Lead Developer
12 43 (5.87%) E-Commerce Developer
13 42 (5.74%) Agile Java Developer
14 40 (5.46%) JavaScript Developer
15 36 (4.92%) Front End Developer (Client-Side Developer)
15 36 (4.92%) Senior Agile Developer
16 35 (4.78%) Full Stack Developer
17 34 (4.64%) Java E-Commerce Developer
18 31 (4.23%) PHP Developer
18 31 (4.23%) Senior .NET Developer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 215 (29.37%) .NET
2 181 (24.73%) REST
3 170 (23.22%) Node.js
4 148 (20.22%) AngularJS
4 148 (20.22%) HTML
5 142 (19.40%) RESTful
6 139 (18.99%) Spring
7 129 (17.62%) React
8 125 (17.08%) CSS
9 115 (15.71%) Web Services
10 91 (12.43%) RabbitMQ
11 75 (10.25%) ASP.NET
12 63 (8.61%) HTML5
13 53 (7.24%) jQuery
14 51 (6.97%) .NET Core
15 50 (6.83%) Spring Boot
16 47 (6.42%) SOAP
17 44 (6.01%) ActiveMQ
18 43 (5.87%) ASP.NET MVC
19 40 (5.46%) Kafka
Miscellaneous
1 68 (9.29%) Fintech
2 60 (8.20%) Computer Science
3 56 (7.65%) Greenfield Project
4 49 (6.69%) Mobile App
5 45 (6.15%) Algorithms
6 40 (5.46%) User Experience
7 37 (5.05%) Enterprise Software
8 34 (4.64%) Analytical Skills
9 19 (2.60%) EPoS
9 19 (2.60%) iPad
10 18 (2.46%) Cloud Native
11 17 (2.32%) Virtual Team
12 16 (2.19%) Online Games
13 13 (1.78%) Blog
13 13 (1.78%) Tandem
14 11 (1.50%) Internet of Things
15 10 (1.37%) Data Structures
15 10 (1.37%) Linux Command Line
16 8 (1.09%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
16 8 (1.09%) Over-the-Top Content
Operating Systems
1 137 (18.72%) Linux
2 72 (9.84%) Windows
3 46 (6.28%) Unix
4 43 (5.87%) Android
5 36 (4.92%) Apple iOS
6 19 (2.60%) Nucleus RTOS
6 19 (2.60%) Windows Phone
7 16 (2.19%) Mac OS X
8 2 (0.27%) CentOS
8 2 (0.27%) CoreOS
9 1 (0.14%) Mac OS
Processes & Methodologies
1 617 (84.29%) Agile Software Development
2 602 (82.24%) TDD
3 386 (52.73%) BDD
4 271 (37.02%) Scrum
5 250 (34.15%) Continuous Integration
5 250 (34.15%) Microservices
6 233 (31.83%) Software Engineering
7 183 (25.00%) Test Automation
8 170 (23.22%) DevOps
9 169 (23.09%) MVC
10 151 (20.63%) Continuous Delivery
11 139 (18.99%) Kanban
12 128 (17.49%) Mentoring
13 123 (16.80%) E-Commerce
14 111 (15.16%) SOA
15 108 (14.75%) SOLID
16 95 (12.98%) OO
17 91 (12.43%) Open Source
18 87 (11.89%) Unit Testing
19 68 (9.29%) Refactoring
Programming Languages
1 383 (52.32%) Java
2 273 (37.30%) JavaScript
3 197 (26.91%) C#
4 116 (15.85%) Python
4 116 (15.85%) SQL
5 111 (15.16%) Scala
6 93 (12.70%) Ruby
7 62 (8.47%) PHP
8 40 (5.46%) Go
9 35 (4.78%) C++
10 28 (3.83%) TypeScript
11 26 (3.55%) R
12 25 (3.42%) Apple Swift
13 24 (3.28%) Groovy
14 23 (3.14%) ES6
15 21 (2.87%) Bash Shell
15 21 (2.87%) C
16 20 (2.73%) PL/SQL
17 17 (2.32%) Objective-C
18 15 (2.05%) PowerShell
Qualifications
1 70 (9.56%) Degree
2 38 (5.19%) Computer Science Degree
3 6 (0.82%) Security Cleared
4 4 (0.55%) AWS Certification
4 4 (0.55%) Master's Degree
4 4 (0.55%) SC Cleared
5 1 (0.14%) ISEB
5 1 (0.14%) ISTQB
5 1 (0.14%) PhD
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 69 (9.43%) QA
2 1 (0.14%) GCP
System Software
1 96 (13.11%) Docker
2 5 (0.68%) Apache Flume
2 5 (0.68%) HDFS
3 4 (0.55%) iptables
4 3 (0.41%) Virtual Machines
Systems Management
1 50 (6.83%) Ansible
2 30 (4.10%) Opscode Chef
3 28 (3.83%) Puppet
4 18 (2.46%) Kubernetes
5 12 (1.64%) Kibana
6 9 (1.23%) Terraform
7 8 (1.09%) HAProxy
8 5 (0.68%) Hadoop YARN
8 5 (0.68%) Mesos
9 4 (0.55%) Nagios
10 3 (0.41%) Business Desktop Deployment
10 3 (0.41%) Single Sign-On
11 2 (0.27%) Grafana
11 2 (0.27%) Graphite
11 2 (0.27%) MOM
11 2 (0.27%) ZABBIX
12 1 (0.14%) BladeLogic
12 1 (0.14%) Control-M
Vendors
1 58 (7.92%) Oracle
2 48 (6.56%) Google
3 28 (3.83%) Microsoft
4 27 (3.69%) hybris
5 24 (3.28%) New Relic
6 23 (3.14%) IBM
7 18 (2.46%) Atlassian
8 15 (2.05%) MuleSoft
9 10 (1.37%) Splunk
10 9 (1.23%) LexisNexis
11 8 (1.09%) ATG
12 7 (0.96%) Progress
12 7 (0.96%) Virgin Media
13 6 (0.82%) Cloudera
13 6 (0.82%) Sitecore
14 5 (0.68%) Caplin
14 5 (0.68%) Facebook
14 5 (0.68%) Hortonworks
14 5 (0.68%) Perforce
15 4 (0.55%) F5