Period
to 27 January 2020

The following table provides summary statistics for permanent job vacancies with a requirement for Jupyter skills. Included is a benchmarking guide to the salaries offered in vacancies that have cited Jupyter over the 6 months to 27 January 2020 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Jupyter (JupyterHub, JupyterLab)
UK
6 months to
27 Jan 2020
Same period 2019 Same period 2018
Rank 902 1077 1153
Rank change year-on-year +175 +76 +37
Permanent jobs citing Jupyter 102 49 30
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the UK 0.082% 0.033% 0.017%
As % of the Application Platforms category 0.56% 0.20% 0.10%
Number of salaries quoted 78 36 17
UK median annual salary £61,000 £77,500 £55,000
Median salary % change year-on-year -21.29% +40.91% +29.41%
10th Percentile £40,000 £44,500 £41,250
90th Percentile £91,625 £116,250 £95,000
UK excluding London median annual salary £50,000 £57,500 £45,000
% change year-on-year -13.04% +27.78% +5.88%

Jupyter is in the Application Platforms category. The following table is for comparison with the above and provides summary statistics for all permanent job vacancies with a requirement for application platform skills.

All Application Platform Skills
UK
Permanent vacancies with a requirement for application platform skills 18,361 23,977 29,447
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the UK 14.71% 16.00% 17.00%
Number of salaries quoted 14,760 19,126 24,290
UK median annual salary £50,000 £50,000 £47,500
Median salary % change year-on-year - +5.26% +5.56%
10th Percentile £28,000 £28,000 £27,500
90th Percentile £85,000 £85,000 £77,500
UK excluding London median annual salary £45,000 £43,000 £41,000
% change year-on-year +4.65% +4.88% +2.50%

Jupyter
Job Vacancy Trend

Job postings citing Jupyter as a percentage of all IT jobs advertised.

Job vacancy trend for Jupyter in the UK

Jupyter
Salary Trend

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

Salary trend for Jupyter in the UK

Jupyter
Salary Histogram

The salary distribution of IT jobs citing Jupyter over the 6 months to 27 January 2020.

Salary histogram for Jupyter in the UK

Jupyter
Top 11 Job Locations

The table below looks at the demand and provides a guide to the median salaries quoted in IT jobs citing Jupyter within the UK over the 6 months to 27 January 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.

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
England +121 91 £68,750 -11.29% 21
London +97 71 £70,000 -12.50% 19
UK excluding London +84 29 £50,000 -13.04% 3
Scotland - 10 £53,550 - 1
South West +30 7 £45,000 - 1
North of England +62 5 £26,000 -
North West +59 5 £26,000 -
East of England +59 3 £70,000 +21.74%
South East +41 2 £73,500 -2.00% 1
West Midlands +39 2 £50,000 -4.76%
Midlands +27 2 £50,000 -4.76%

For the 6 months to 27 January 2020, IT jobs citing Jupyter 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 with a requirement for Jupyter.

1 101 (99.02%) Python
2 79 (77.45%) Data Science
3 56 (54.90%) Machine Learning
4 42 (41.18%) SQL
5 39 (38.24%) Analytics
6 33 (32.35%) Pandas
6 33 (32.35%) Degree
7 32 (31.37%) Analytical Skills
7 32 (31.37%) scikit-learn
8 30 (29.41%) Computer Science
8 30 (29.41%) Visualisation
8 30 (29.41%) Agile Software Development
9 28 (27.45%) Data Analysis
9 28 (27.45%) Big Data
9 28 (27.45%) NumPy
10 27 (26.47%) Apache Spark
11 23 (22.55%) Business Intelligence
11 23 (22.55%) Statistics
11 23 (22.55%) R
12 21 (20.59%) Azure
12 21 (20.59%) AWS
12 21 (20.59%) MicroStrategy
13 20 (19.61%) Software Engineering
14 19 (18.63%) Git (software)
14 19 (18.63%) Algorithms
15 18 (17.65%) Natural Language Processing
15 18 (17.65%) Front Office
15 18 (17.65%) Problem-Solving
16 17 (16.67%) TensorFlow
16 17 (16.67%) Hadoop

Jupyter
Co-occurring IT Skills 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 27 (26.47%) Apache Spark
2 12 (11.76%) SAS
3 8 (7.84%) Elasticsearch
4 7 (6.86%) Apache Airflow
5 6 (5.88%) IPython
6 4 (3.92%) Apache
6 4 (3.92%) nginx
7 3 (2.94%) Confluence
7 3 (2.94%) IIS
8 1 (0.98%) OpenStack
8 1 (0.98%) Pachyderm
Cloud Services
1 21 (20.59%) AWS
1 21 (20.59%) Azure
2 12 (11.76%) Amazon S3
2 12 (11.76%) GCP
3 10 (9.80%) Power Platform
4 5 (4.90%) Amazon ECS
4 5 (4.90%) Amazon EMR
4 5 (4.90%) Amazon SageMaker
5 4 (3.92%) Amazon Kinesis
5 4 (3.92%) GitHub
6 3 (2.94%) Cloud Computing
7 2 (1.96%) Azure Machine Learning
7 2 (1.96%) PaaS
8 1 (0.98%) Amazon CloudWatch
8 1 (0.98%) Amazon EC2
8 1 (0.98%) Amazon EKS
8 1 (0.98%) Amazon ELB
8 1 (0.98%) Joyent
Communications & Networking
1 4 (3.92%) Cisco IOS
2 1 (0.98%) HTTP
Database & Business Intelligence
1 28 (27.45%) Big Data
2 17 (16.67%) Hadoop
2 17 (16.67%) NoSQL
3 16 (15.69%) PostgreSQL
4 11 (10.78%) Apache Hive
5 10 (9.80%) BusinessObjects Business Intelligence
5 10 (9.80%) Power BI
6 8 (7.84%) Relational Database
7 7 (6.86%) Apache Zeppelin
8 6 (5.88%) HBase
8 6 (5.88%) SQL Server
9 5 (4.90%) Amazon Athena
9 5 (4.90%) Amazon Redshift
9 5 (4.90%) MongoDB
10 4 (3.92%) BigQuery
10 4 (3.92%) InfluxDB
10 4 (3.92%) MySQL
11 3 (2.94%) Data Mining
11 3 (2.94%) GIS
12 2 (1.96%) Data Warehouse
Development Applications
1 19 (18.63%) Git (software)
2 9 (8.82%) Subversion
3 5 (4.90%) JIRA
4 4 (3.92%) Redmine
5 3 (2.94%) Jenkins
5 3 (2.94%) Team Foundation Server
6 1 (0.98%) Bitbucket
General
1 18 (17.65%) Front Office
2 11 (10.78%) Finance
2 11 (10.78%) Retail
3 6 (5.88%) Billing
3 6 (5.88%) Law
3 6 (5.88%) Marketing
4 3 (2.94%) Publishing
5 2 (1.96%) Banking
5 2 (1.96%) Games
6 1 (0.98%) Advertising
Job Titles
1 32 (31.37%) Data Scientist
2 26 (25.49%) Developer
3 18 (17.65%) Senior Data Scientist
4 13 (12.75%) Data Engineer
4 13 (12.75%) Senior Developer
5 10 (9.80%) Analyst
5 10 (9.80%) Applications Consultant
5 10 (9.80%) Consultant
5 10 (9.80%) Python Developer
6 9 (8.82%) Data Analyst
7 6 (5.88%) Analytics Consultant
7 6 (5.88%) Python Engineer
8 5 (4.90%) MicroStrategy Developer
8 5 (4.90%) Senior Data Engineer
8 5 (4.90%) Senior MicroStrategy Developer
9 4 (3.92%) Analytics Developer
9 4 (3.92%) Big Data Consultant
9 4 (3.92%) Data Consultant
9 4 (3.92%) Front Office Developer
10 3 (2.94%) C/C++ Developer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 33 (32.35%) Pandas
2 32 (31.37%) scikit-learn
3 28 (27.45%) NumPy
4 18 (17.65%) Natural Language Processing
5 17 (16.67%) TensorFlow
6 14 (13.73%) SciPy
7 10 (9.80%) Middleware
8 9 (8.82%) AngularJS
8 9 (8.82%) React
9 8 (7.84%) CSS
9 8 (7.84%) Flask
9 8 (7.84%) HTML
9 8 (7.84%) Matplotlib
10 7 (6.86%) ggplot
11 6 (5.88%) PySpark
11 6 (5.88%) Seaborn
12 5 (4.90%) Kafka
12 5 (4.90%) Keras
12 5 (4.90%) Protocol Buffers
12 5 (4.90%) REST
Miscellaneous
1 32 (31.37%) Analytical Skills
2 19 (18.63%) Algorithms
3 10 (9.80%) Enterprise Software
4 9 (8.82%) Fixed Income
5 8 (7.84%) Hedge funds
6 6 (5.88%) Pricing Data
6 6 (5.88%) Social Media
7 4 (3.92%) Derivative
8 2 (1.96%) Analytical Mindset
8 2 (1.96%) Data Centre
8 2 (1.96%) Data Structures
8 2 (1.96%) Greenfield Project
8 2 (1.96%) Linux Command Line
8 2 (1.96%) Smart City
8 2 (1.96%) Smartphone
9 1 (0.98%) BBC
9 1 (0.98%) Cloud Native
9 1 (0.98%) Embedded Systems
9 1 (0.98%) Renewable Energy
9 1 (0.98%) Robotics
Operating Systems
1 13 (12.75%) Linux
2 9 (8.82%) Unix
3 4 (3.92%) Windows
3 4 (3.92%) Windows 7
3 4 (3.92%) Windows Server
3 4 (3.92%) Windows Server 2012
Processes & Methodologies
1 79 (77.45%) Data Science
2 56 (54.90%) Machine Learning
3 39 (38.24%) Analytics
4 30 (29.41%) Agile Software Development
4 30 (29.41%) Computer Science
4 30 (29.41%) Visualisation
5 28 (27.45%) Data Analysis
6 23 (22.55%) Business Intelligence
6 23 (22.55%) Statistics
7 20 (19.61%) Software Engineering
8 18 (17.65%) Problem-Solving
9 15 (14.71%) Data Visualisation
9 15 (14.71%) Predictive Modelling
10 14 (13.73%) Artificial Intelligence
10 14 (13.73%) Data Modelling
10 14 (13.73%) Mathematics
11 13 (12.75%) Deep Learning
12 12 (11.76%) Data Analytics
13 11 (10.78%) Kalman Filter
13 11 (10.78%) OO
Programming Languages
1 101 (99.02%) Python
2 42 (41.18%) SQL
3 23 (22.55%) R
4 14 (13.73%) C#
4 14 (13.73%) Java
4 14 (13.73%) JavaScript
5 12 (11.76%) C++
6 8 (7.84%) C
7 7 (6.86%) Scala
8 6 (5.88%) MATLAB
9 5 (4.90%) Haskell
10 4 (3.92%) F#
10 4 (3.92%) Julia
10 4 (3.92%) OCaml
10 4 (3.92%) Perl
10 4 (3.92%) Ruby
10 4 (3.92%) VBA
11 3 (2.94%) Bash Shell
11 3 (2.94%) Clojure
12 2 (1.96%) Shell Script
Qualifications
1 33 (32.35%) Degree
2 6 (5.88%) PhD
3 5 (4.90%) Computer Science Degree
4 2 (1.96%) Numerate Degree
System Software
1 8 (7.84%) Docker
Systems Management
1 4 (3.92%) Icinga
1 4 (3.92%) Kubernetes
1 4 (3.92%) Prometheus
1 4 (3.92%) Terraform
2 1 (0.98%) Ansible
2 1 (0.98%) Kibana
2 1 (0.98%) Oozie
Vendors
1 21 (20.59%) MicroStrategy
2 11 (10.78%) EXASOL
2 11 (10.78%) Google
3 10 (9.80%) SAP
4 4 (3.92%) Cisco
4 4 (3.92%) Synology
5 3 (2.94%) Tableau
6 2 (1.96%) Microsoft
7 1 (0.98%) Alias
7 1 (0.98%) Cloudera
7 1 (0.98%) Databricks
7 1 (0.98%) Oracle
7 1 (0.98%) RedGate
7 1 (0.98%) Splunk