Period
to 22 September 2019

The table below looks at the prevalence of the term Retail Banking in permanent job vacancies advertised in London. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Retail Banking over the 6 months to 22 September 2019 with a comparison to the same period over the previous 2 years.

Retail Banking
England > London
6 months to
22 Sep 2019
Same period 2018 Same period 2017
Rank 547 573 27
Rank change year-on-year +26 -546 +504
Permanent jobs citing Retail Banking 181 261 6,083
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in London 0.33% 0.38% 8.12%
As % of the General category 0.68% 0.75% 14.81%
Number of salaries quoted 142 162 183
London median annual salary £75,750 £75,000 £76,500
Median salary % change year-on-year +1.00% -1.96% +9.29%
10th Percentile £45,000 £46,250 £45,250
90th Percentile £100,000 £97,500 £108,400
England median annual salary £65,000 £70,000 £65,000
% change year-on-year -7.14% +7.69% +4.00%

Retail Banking is in the General Skills 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 common skills.

All General Skills
London
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for common skills 26,489 34,721 41,061
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in London 48.08% 50.76% 54.82%
Number of salaries quoted 20,806 26,963 28,796
London median annual salary £65,000 £62,500 £60,000
Median salary % change year-on-year +4.00% +4.17% -
10th Percentile £36,250 £35,000 £35,000
90th Percentile £102,500 £97,500 £95,000
England median annual salary £55,000 £52,500 £51,000
% change year-on-year +4.76% +2.94% +2.00%

Retail Banking
Job Vacancy Trend in London

Job postings citing Retail Banking as a percentage of all IT jobs advertised in London.

Job vacancy trend for Retail Banking in London

Retail Banking
Salary Trend in London

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

Salary trend for Retail Banking in London

Retail Banking
Salary Histogram in London

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing Retail Banking in London over the 6 months to 22 September 2019.

Salary histogram for Retail Banking in London

Retail Banking
Job Locations in London

The table below looks at the demand and provides a guide to the median salaries quoted in IT jobs citing Retail Banking within the London region over the 6 months to 22 September 2019. 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 45 £77,750 -2.81% 4
West London +21 6 £84,000 -4.00% 3
East London - 1 £25,000 -
Retail Banking
England

For the 6 months to 22 September 2019, IT jobs citing Retail Banking 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 Retail Banking.

1 146 (80.66%) Banking
2 98 (54.14%) Agile Software Development
3 87 (48.07%) Finance
4 46 (25.41%) Fintech
5 42 (23.20%) TDD
6 35 (19.34%) Scrum
7 32 (17.68%) SQL
7 32 (17.68%) DevOps
8 29 (16.02%) Analytical Skills
9 28 (15.47%) Java
9 28 (15.47%) AWS
10 27 (14.92%) .NET
11 26 (14.36%) Internet
11 26 (14.36%) Online Banking
12 25 (13.81%) BDD
13 21 (11.60%) Analytics
13 21 (11.60%) Business Analysis
13 21 (11.60%) Azure
13 21 (11.60%) C#
14 20 (11.05%) ASP.NET
14 20 (11.05%) WinForms
15 19 (10.50%) Acceptance Criteria
15 19 (10.50%) Problem-Solving
16 17 (9.39%) Analytical Thinking
16 17 (9.39%) Software Engineering
17 16 (8.84%) Digital Banking
18 15 (8.29%) Management Information System
19 14 (7.73%) Decision-Making
19 14 (7.73%) Docker
20 13 (7.18%) Collaborative Working

Retail Banking
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 8 (4.42%) Apache Spark
2 4 (2.21%) Confluence
3 3 (1.66%) SAS
4 2 (1.10%) Cloud Foundry
4 2 (1.10%) Mule
Applications
1 1 (0.55%) InVision
1 1 (0.55%) Sketch
Cloud Services
1 28 (15.47%) AWS
2 21 (11.60%) Azure
3 12 (6.63%) SaaS
4 7 (3.87%) Office 365
5 4 (2.21%) Amazon EC2
5 4 (2.21%) Amazon S3
5 4 (2.21%) AWS CloudFormation
5 4 (2.21%) GCP
5 4 (2.21%) Route 53
6 3 (1.66%) Amazon CloudWatch
6 3 (1.66%) Amazon Glacier
6 3 (1.66%) AWS CloudTrail
6 3 (1.66%) IaaS
6 3 (1.66%) PaaS
6 3 (1.66%) Virtual Private Cloud
7 2 (1.10%) Slack
8 1 (0.55%) Cloud Computing
8 1 (0.55%) npm
8 1 (0.55%) Salesforce Sales Cloud
8 1 (0.55%) Salesforce Service Cloud
Communications & Networking
1 26 (14.36%) Internet
2 8 (4.42%) VPN
3 5 (2.76%) Firewall
4 2 (1.10%) TCP/IP
5 1 (0.55%) DNS
5 1 (0.55%) Network Security
Database & Business Intelligence
1 10 (5.52%) Big Data
2 8 (4.42%) Hadoop
2 8 (4.42%) SQL Server
3 3 (1.66%) BigQuery
3 3 (1.66%) MongoDB
4 2 (1.10%) HBase
5 1 (0.55%) Apache Cassandra
5 1 (0.55%) Apache Hive
5 1 (0.55%) Hazelcast
5 1 (0.55%) NoSQL
5 1 (0.55%) SQL Server 2008
Development Applications
1 8 (4.42%) Git (software)
2 7 (3.87%) Jenkins
3 5 (2.76%) Bitbucket
3 5 (2.76%) Gerrit
3 5 (2.76%) GitLab
3 5 (2.76%) JIRA
3 5 (2.76%) Sonatype Nexus
3 5 (2.76%) Team Foundation Server
3 5 (2.76%) Visual Studio Team System
3 5 (2.76%) webpack
4 2 (1.10%) IntelliJ
4 2 (1.10%) Maven
4 2 (1.10%) Mockito
5 1 (0.55%) Babel
5 1 (0.55%) Travis CI
General
1 146 (80.66%) Banking
2 87 (48.07%) Finance
3 12 (6.63%) Private Banking
3 12 (6.63%) Retail
4 7 (3.87%) Financial Institution
5 6 (3.31%) Games
6 5 (2.76%) Marketing
7 4 (2.21%) Investment Banking
8 3 (1.66%) Advertising
8 3 (1.66%) Front Office
9 1 (0.55%) General Ledger
9 1 (0.55%) Manufacturing
9 1 (0.55%) Telecoms
Job Titles
1 39 (21.55%) Analyst
2 36 (19.89%) Developer
3 29 (16.02%) Business Analyst
4 19 (10.50%) .NET Developer
5 12 (6.63%) Architect
5 12 (6.63%) Banking Analyst
5 12 (6.63%) Lead Developer
5 12 (6.63%) WinForms Developer
6 11 (6.08%) Product Manager
7 10 (5.52%) Solutions Architect
8 9 (4.97%) Consultant
8 9 (4.97%) Senior Manager
9 8 (4.42%) Senior Service Manager
10 7 (3.87%) Front End Developer (Client-Side Developer)
10 7 (3.87%) Mid-Level .NET Developer
10 7 (3.87%) Software Engineer
11 6 (3.31%) DevOps Engineer
11 6 (3.31%) Implementation Analyst
11 6 (3.31%) Lead .NET Developer
11 6 (3.31%) Senior Product Manager
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 27 (14.92%) .NET
2 20 (11.05%) ASP.NET
2 20 (11.05%) WinForms
3 8 (4.42%) React
4 7 (3.87%) Kafka
4 7 (3.87%) Spring
5 6 (3.31%) Apache Flex
6 5 (2.76%) REST
7 4 (2.21%) CSS
7 4 (2.21%) HTML
7 4 (2.21%) Redux
8 3 (1.66%) AngularJS
8 3 (1.66%) Natural Language Processing
8 3 (1.66%) RabbitMQ
8 3 (1.66%) Sass
8 3 (1.66%) Spring Boot
9 2 (1.10%) JSON
9 2 (1.10%) Middleware
9 2 (1.10%) RESTful
9 2 (1.10%) WireMock
Miscellaneous
1 29 (16.02%) Analytical Skills
2 26 (14.36%) Online Banking
3 15 (8.29%) Management Information System
4 12 (6.63%) User Experience
5 7 (3.87%) Mobile App
6 6 (3.31%) Data Centre
7 5 (2.76%) AS400
7 5 (2.76%) iSeries
8 4 (2.21%) Greenfield Project
8 4 (2.21%) Hedge funds
8 4 (2.21%) Virtual Team
9 3 (1.66%) Cloud Native
9 3 (1.66%) Credit Risk
9 3 (1.66%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
9 3 (1.66%) PMI
9 3 (1.66%) Self-Motivation
10 2 (1.10%) Algorithms
10 2 (1.10%) Data Structures
10 2 (1.10%) Mobile Banking
10 2 (1.10%) Motion Graphics
Operating Systems
1 12 (6.63%) Windows
2 10 (5.52%) Unix
3 9 (4.97%) Linux
4 5 (2.76%) CoreOS
4 5 (2.76%) Windows 10
4 5 (2.76%) Windows 7
4 5 (2.76%) zOS
5 3 (1.66%) Apple iOS
6 2 (1.10%) Android
7 1 (0.55%) Debian
7 1 (0.55%) Ubuntu
Processes & Methodologies
1 98 (54.14%) Agile Software Development
2 46 (25.41%) Fintech
3 42 (23.20%) TDD
4 35 (19.34%) Scrum
5 32 (17.68%) DevOps
6 25 (13.81%) BDD
7 21 (11.60%) Analytics
7 21 (11.60%) Business Analysis
8 19 (10.50%) Acceptance Criteria
8 19 (10.50%) Problem-Solving
9 17 (9.39%) Analytical Thinking
9 17 (9.39%) Software Engineering
10 16 (8.84%) Digital Banking
11 14 (7.73%) Decision-Making
12 13 (7.18%) Collaborative Working
13 12 (6.63%) Systems Thinking
14 11 (6.08%) Creative Thinking
14 11 (6.08%) Information Security
14 11 (6.08%) Mentoring
14 11 (6.08%) Software Delivery
Programming Languages
1 32 (17.68%) SQL
2 28 (15.47%) Java
3 21 (11.60%) C#
4 11 (6.08%) JavaScript
4 11 (6.08%) Python
5 4 (2.21%) Java 8
5 4 (2.21%) Kotlin
5 4 (2.21%) Scala
6 3 (1.66%) C
6 3 (1.66%) R
7 2 (1.10%) Apple Swift
7 2 (1.10%) Go
8 1 (0.55%) Apex Code
8 1 (0.55%) C++
8 1 (0.55%) Perl
8 1 (0.55%) Ruby
Qualifications
1 7 (3.87%) CISSP
2 6 (3.31%) Degree
3 5 (2.76%) CCNA
3 5 (2.76%) Cisco Certification
3 5 (2.76%) CISMP
3 5 (2.76%) MCSA
3 5 (2.76%) Microsoft Certification
4 3 (1.66%) APMP
4 3 (1.66%) PhD
4 3 (1.66%) PMI Certification
5 2 (1.10%) CISM
5 2 (1.10%) Computer Science Degree
5 2 (1.10%) CRISC
5 2 (1.10%) Numerate Degree
5 2 (1.10%) SANS
6 1 (0.55%) PRINCE2 Certification
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 12 (6.63%) QA
2 3 (1.66%) Data Quality
2 3 (1.66%) P3O
3 2 (1.10%) COBIT
4 1 (0.55%) CRD IV
4 1 (0.55%) PMO
System Software
1 14 (7.73%) Docker
2 1 (0.55%) HDFS
Systems Management
1 11 (6.08%) Kubernetes
2 10 (5.52%) Ansible
2 10 (5.52%) Terraform
3 8 (4.42%) Puppet
4 7 (3.87%) Opscode Chef
5 5 (2.76%) Rancher
6 3 (1.66%) Prometheus
7 2 (1.10%) Hadoop YARN
Vendors
1 12 (6.63%) Cisco
2 10 (5.52%) TOWER Software
3 8 (4.42%) Google
4 5 (2.76%) Citrix
4 5 (2.76%) Fiserv
5 4 (2.21%) Microsoft
5 4 (2.21%) Salesforce.com
6 1 (0.55%) Apple
6 1 (0.55%) Informatica
6 1 (0.55%) Jitterbit
6 1 (0.55%) MuleSoft
6 1 (0.55%) Red Hat