The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies advertised in the South East with a requirement for Cost-Benefit Analysis skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Cost-Benefit Analysis over the 6 months to 20 October 2020 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.
Cost-Benefit Analysis 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 the South East with a requirement for process or methodology skills.
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for process or methodology skills
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the South East
Number of salaries quoted
Median annual salary
Median salary % change year-on-year
England median annual salary
% change year-on-year
Cost-Benefit Analysis Job Vacancy Trend in the South East
Job postings citing Cost-Benefit Analysis as a proportion of all IT jobs advertised in the South East.
Cost-Benefit Analysis Salary Trend in the South East
3-month moving average salary quoted in jobs citing Cost-Benefit Analysis in the South East.
Cost-Benefit Analysis Job Locations in the South East
The table below looks at the demand and provides a guide to the median salaries quoted in IT jobs citing Cost-Benefit Analysis within the South East region over the 6 months to 20 October 2020.
The 'Rank Change' column provides an indication of the change in demand within each location based on the same 6 month period last year.
Cost-Benefit Analysis Top 30 Co-occurring IT Skills in the South East
For the 6 months to 20 October 2020, IT jobs citing Cost-Benefit Analysis 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 South East region with a requirement for Cost-Benefit Analysis.
Cost-Benefit Analysis Co-occurring IT Skills in the South East 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: