Period
to 24 June 2018

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in Nottingham with a requirement for Ruby skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Ruby over the 6 months to 24 June 2018 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Ruby
Nottinghamshire > Nottingham
6 months to
24 Jun 2018
Same period 2017 Same period 2016
Rank 33 61 98
Rank change year-on-year +28 +37 +25
Permanent jobs citing Ruby 104 73 42
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in Nottingham 7.07% 4.10% 2.26%
As % of the Programming Languages category 10.89% 6.69% 3.84%
Number of salaries quoted 103 72 40
Nottingham median annual salary £52,500 £45,000 £47,500
Median salary % change year-on-year +16.67% -5.26% -
10th Percentile £32,500 £31,250 £22,000
90th Percentile £73,500 £69,500 £53,750
Nottinghamshire median annual salary £52,500 £45,000 £47,500
% change year-on-year +16.67% -5.26% -

Ruby is in the Programming Languages category. The following table is for comparison with the above and provides summary statistics for all permanent job vacancies advertised in Nottingham with a requirement for coding skills.

All Programming Languages
Nottingham
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for coding skills 955 1,091 1,094
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in Nottingham 64.92% 61.22% 58.75%
Number of salaries quoted 813 947 897
Nottingham median annual salary £42,500 £42,500 £40,000
Median salary % change year-on-year - +6.25% -
10th Percentile £26,750 £27,500 £23,750
90th Percentile £61,250 £63,750 £56,250
Nottinghamshire median annual salary £42,500 £42,500 £40,000
% change year-on-year - +6.25% +2.56%

Ruby
Job Vacancy Trend in Nottingham

Job postings citing Ruby as a percentage of all IT jobs advertised in Nottingham.

Job vacancy trend for Ruby in Nottingham

Ruby
Salary Trend in Nottingham

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

Salary trend for Ruby in Nottingham

Ruby
Salary Histogram in Nottingham

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing Ruby in Nottingham over the 6 months to 24 June 2018.

Salary histogram for Ruby in Nottingham

For the 6 months to 24 June 2018, IT jobs citing Ruby 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 Nottingham region with a requirement for Ruby.

1 84 (80.77%) C#
2 73 (70.19%) Java
3 68 (65.38%) Python
4 65 (62.50%) JavaScript
5 63 (60.58%) DevOps
6 60 (57.69%) Linux
7 54 (51.92%) Agile Software Development
8 49 (47.12%) Amazon AWS
9 48 (46.15%) BDD
10 47 (45.19%) Microsoft Azure
10 47 (45.19%) Software Engineering
11 46 (44.23%) TDD
12 45 (43.27%) Windows
13 43 (41.35%) Puppet
14 42 (40.38%) NoSQL
15 40 (38.46%) Opscode Chef
16 35 (33.65%) Shell Script
17 34 (32.69%) Perl
17 34 (32.69%) PHP
17 34 (32.69%) Ansible
18 33 (31.73%) Site Reliability Engineering
19 32 (30.77%) Test Automation
20 29 (27.88%) OO
20 29 (27.88%) PowerShell
20 29 (27.88%) Git (software)
21 27 (25.96%) SQL Server
21 27 (25.96%) Jenkins
22 24 (23.08%) Coaching
22 24 (23.08%) Configuration Management
23 23 (22.12%) Data Structures

Ruby
Co-occurring IT Skills in Nottingham 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 (7.69%) Apache
1 8 (7.69%) IIS
2 5 (4.81%) CloudStack
3 3 (2.88%) OpenStack
4 2 (1.92%) CMS
5 1 (0.96%) Confluence
Cloud Services
1 49 (47.12%) Amazon AWS
2 47 (45.19%) Microsoft Azure
3 2 (1.92%) GitHub
3 2 (1.92%) Google Cloud Platform
Database & Business Intelligence
1 42 (40.38%) NoSQL
2 27 (25.96%) SQL Server
3 20 (19.23%) SQL Server 2016
4 9 (8.65%) MongoDB
5 7 (6.73%) MySQL
6 4 (3.85%) PostgreSQL
7 1 (0.96%) RDBMS
7 1 (0.96%) Relational Database
Development Applications
1 29 (27.88%) Git (software)
2 27 (25.96%) Jenkins
3 17 (16.35%) Selenium
4 13 (12.50%) Cucumber
5 9 (8.65%) WebDriver
6 5 (4.81%) JBehave
6 5 (4.81%) Maven
6 5 (4.81%) SpecFlow
7 4 (3.85%) Atlassian Bamboo
7 4 (3.85%) GitLab
8 3 (2.88%) Appium
8 3 (2.88%) Calabash
8 3 (2.88%) JMeter
9 2 (1.92%) Mercurial
9 2 (1.92%) TeamCity
10 1 (0.96%) Gatling
10 1 (0.96%) JIRA
10 1 (0.96%) JUnit
10 1 (0.96%) NUnit
10 1 (0.96%) SoapUI
General
1 21 (20.19%) Finance
2 16 (15.38%) Advertising
3 1 (0.96%) Telecoms
Job Titles
1 31 (29.81%) DevOps Engineer
2 30 (28.85%) Developer
3 20 (19.23%) .NET Developer
4 16 (15.38%) Site Reliability Engineer
5 12 (11.54%) DevOps Manager
6 11 (10.58%) Linux/Unix DevOps
6 11 (10.58%) Operations Engineer
7 10 (9.62%) Administrator
7 10 (9.62%) Linux Engineer
7 10 (9.62%) Test Automation Engineer
7 10 (9.62%) Test Engineer
8 8 (7.69%) Linux DevOps Engineer
8 8 (7.69%) Technical Manager
9 7 (6.73%) DBA
10 6 (5.77%) Software Developer
10 6 (5.77%) Systems Administrator
11 5 (4.81%) Linux Administrator
11 5 (4.81%) Linux Systems Administrator
11 5 (4.81%) Software Engineer
12 4 (3.85%) Tester
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 20 (19.23%) .NET
1 20 (19.23%) ASP.NET
1 20 (19.23%) ASP.NET MVC
1 20 (19.23%) ASP.NET Web API
1 20 (19.23%) Node.js
1 20 (19.23%) RESTful
1 20 (19.23%) WCF
2 16 (15.38%) .NET Framework
2 16 (15.38%) ASP.NET MVC 5
2 16 (15.38%) Code First Entity Framework
2 16 (15.38%) Entity Framework
3 12 (11.54%) Middleware
3 12 (11.54%) Web Services
4 9 (8.65%) Gherkin
5 4 (3.85%) .NET Core
5 4 (3.85%) AngularJS
5 4 (3.85%) Backbone.js
5 4 (3.85%) CSS
5 4 (3.85%) HTML
5 4 (3.85%) Ruby on Rails
Miscellaneous
1 23 (22.12%) Algorithms
1 23 (22.12%) Data Structures
2 16 (15.38%) Enterprise Software
3 7 (6.73%) Clustering
3 7 (6.73%) Replication
4 4 (3.85%) BBC
4 4 (3.85%) Mobile App
4 4 (3.85%) Social Media
5 3 (2.88%) Data Centre
6 2 (1.92%) Client/Server
7 1 (0.96%) Computer Science
7 1 (0.96%) Digital Media
7 1 (0.96%) Fintech
Operating Systems
1 60 (57.69%) Linux
2 45 (43.27%) Windows
3 12 (11.54%) Unix
Processes & Methodologies
1 63 (60.58%) DevOps
2 54 (51.92%) Agile Software Development
3 48 (46.15%) BDD
4 47 (45.19%) Software Engineering
5 46 (44.23%) TDD
6 33 (31.73%) Site Reliability Engineering
7 32 (30.77%) Test Automation
8 29 (27.88%) OO
9 24 (23.08%) Coaching
9 24 (23.08%) Configuration Management
10 21 (20.19%) Software Testing
11 20 (19.23%) MVC
11 20 (19.23%) Web Application Development
12 13 (12.50%) Scrum
13 12 (11.54%) OOD
13 12 (11.54%) Open Source
13 12 (11.54%) Performance Monitoring
13 12 (11.54%) System Testing
14 9 (8.65%) Innovative Thinking
14 9 (8.65%) SDET
Programming Languages
1 84 (80.77%) C#
2 73 (70.19%) Java
3 68 (65.38%) Python
4 65 (62.50%) JavaScript
5 35 (33.65%) Shell Script
6 34 (32.69%) Perl
6 34 (32.69%) PHP
7 29 (27.88%) PowerShell
8 17 (16.35%) SQL
9 12 (11.54%) Bash Shell
10 7 (6.73%) Go
11 1 (0.96%) Korn
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 6 (5.77%) QA
System Software
1 7 (6.73%) vSphere
2 3 (2.88%) VMware Infrastructure
3 1 (0.96%) Docker
3 1 (0.96%) KVM
3 1 (0.96%) Xen
Systems Management
1 43 (41.35%) Puppet
2 40 (38.46%) Opscode Chef
3 34 (32.69%) Ansible
4 7 (6.73%) Cobbler
5 3 (2.88%) Icinga
5 3 (2.88%) Nagios
6 1 (0.96%) Terraform
Vendors
1 20 (19.23%) Facebook
2 8 (7.69%) VMware
3 7 (6.73%) Capita
3 7 (6.73%) Oracle
4 6 (5.77%) Google
5 5 (4.81%) SaltStack
6 4 (3.85%) Apple
6 4 (3.85%) Sony
6 4 (3.85%) Yahoo!
7 1 (0.96%) Red Hat