Period
to 18 October 2021

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 18 October 2021 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Jupyter (JupyterHub, JupyterLab)
UK
6 months to
18 Oct 2021
Same period 2020 Same period 2019
Rank 895 659 1004
Rank change year-on-year -236 +345 +116
Permanent jobs citing Jupyter 139 34 92
As % of all permanent jobs advertised in the UK 0.11% 0.071% 0.067%
As % of the Application Platforms category 0.81% 0.50% 0.46%
Number of salaries quoted 47 30 75
10th Percentile £46,250 £35,846 £42,500
25th Percentile £51,250 £42,375 £50,575
Median annual salary (50th Percentile) £70,000 £65,000 £70,000
Median % change year-on-year +7.69% -7.14% -
75th Percentile £81,250 £87,500 £80,000
90th Percentile £90,000 £100,000 £90,750
UK excluding London median annual salary £57,500 £43,000 £53,550
% change year-on-year +33.72% -19.70% -17.62%

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 17,234 6,735 20,192
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the UK 13.76% 14.06% 14.71%
Number of salaries quoted 10,756 5,594 16,208
10th Percentile £31,025 £31,250 £27,500
25th Percentile £38,750 £40,000 £36,250
Median annual salary (50th Percentile) £55,000 £55,000 £50,000
Median % change year-on-year - +10.00% -
75th Percentile £73,750 £72,500 £68,750
90th Percentile £90,000 £90,000 £85,000
UK excluding London median annual salary £46,000 £45,000 £43,000
% change year-on-year +2.22% +4.65% -1.97%

Jupyter
Job Vacancy Trend

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

Job vacancy trend for Jupyter in the UK

Jupyter
Salary Trend

3-month moving average salary quoted in jobs citing Jupyter.

Salary trend for Jupyter in the UK

Jupyter
Salary Histogram

Salary distribution for jobs citing Jupyter over the 6 months to 18 October 2021.

Salary histogram for Jupyter in the UK

Jupyter
Top 12 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 18 October 2021. 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 -223 121 £70,000 +7.69% 22
London -189 83 £70,000 -17.65% 17
UK excluding London -213 47 £57,500 +33.72% 6
South East -137 18 £57,500 +15.00%
Scotland - 11 £68,750 - 2
East of England -99 7 £80,000 +3.23% 2
South West -94 6 £42,500 -22.73%
North West -98 4 £70,000 +95.28% 2
North of England -133 4 £70,000 +95.28% 2
East Midlands -75 2 - -
Midlands -113 2 - -
Work from Home -292 2 £62,000 - 1

For the 6 months to 18 October 2021, 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.

1 138 (99.28%) Python
2 99 (71.22%) Data Science
3 77 (55.40%) Machine Learning
4 76 (54.68%) Algorithms
5 75 (53.96%) SQL
6 74 (53.24%) AWS
6 74 (53.24%) Pandas
7 61 (43.88%) Agile Software Development
8 57 (41.01%) Docker
9 56 (40.29%) Apache Spark
9 56 (40.29%) NumPy
10 54 (38.85%) Software Engineering
11 48 (34.53%) Analytics
12 42 (30.22%) Kubernetes
12 42 (30.22%) Computer Science
13 41 (29.50%) Hadoop
14 40 (28.78%) Visualisation
15 37 (26.62%) Degree
16 36 (25.90%) Analytical Skills
16 36 (25.90%) Problem-Solving
17 35 (25.18%) Big Data
17 35 (25.18%) Linux
18 33 (23.74%) GCP
18 33 (23.74%) GitLab
19 32 (23.02%) Scrum
20 29 (20.86%) Java
20 29 (20.86%) Unix
21 28 (20.14%) Web Services
21 28 (20.14%) Retail
21 28 (20.14%) Google

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 56 (40.29%) Apache Spark
2 22 (15.83%) Elasticsearch
3 13 (9.35%) Apache
4 5 (3.60%) Apache Airflow
5 1 (0.72%) Hyperledger
5 1 (0.72%) SAS
Cloud Services
1 74 (53.24%) AWS
2 33 (23.74%) GCP
3 24 (17.27%) Azure
4 16 (11.51%) Amazon S3
5 15 (10.79%) Amazon Kinesis
5 15 (10.79%) Amazon SQS
6 14 (10.07%) Power Platform
7 11 (7.91%) npm
8 7 (5.04%) AWS Step Functions
9 6 (4.32%) Amazon SageMaker
9 6 (4.32%) Cloud Computing
9 6 (4.32%) Datadog
9 6 (4.32%) Snowflake
10 5 (3.60%) Amazon EMR
10 5 (3.60%) AWS Lambda
10 5 (3.60%) GitHub
10 5 (3.60%) Serverless
11 4 (2.88%) Azure Event Grid
11 4 (2.88%) Azure Logic Apps
12 3 (2.16%) PaaS
Database & Business Intelligence
1 41 (29.50%) Hadoop
2 35 (25.18%) Big Data
3 22 (15.83%) NoSQL
4 19 (13.67%) PostgreSQL
5 16 (11.51%) BigQuery
5 16 (11.51%) MySQL
6 15 (10.79%) Amazon DynamoDB
7 12 (8.63%) Data Mining
7 12 (8.63%) Tableau
8 9 (6.47%) Metadata
8 9 (6.47%) Power BI
9 7 (5.04%) Amazon RDS
9 7 (5.04%) MongoDB
10 6 (4.32%) Couchbase
11 5 (3.60%) Apache Hive
11 5 (3.60%) Data Warehouse
11 5 (3.60%) Electronic Patient Records
11 5 (3.60%) Impala
11 5 (3.60%) InfluxDB
11 5 (3.60%) Relational Database
Development Applications
1 33 (23.74%) GitLab
2 27 (19.42%) Jenkins
3 24 (17.27%) JIRA
4 19 (13.67%) Octopus Deploy
4 19 (13.67%) TestRail
5 11 (7.91%) Git (software)
6 8 (5.76%) Maven
7 7 (5.04%) CircleCI
8 5 (3.60%) JUnit
8 5 (3.60%) Mockito
8 5 (3.60%) webpack
9 1 (0.72%) MLflow
General
1 36 (25.90%) Analytical Skills
2 28 (20.14%) Retail
3 24 (17.27%) Social Skills
4 19 (13.67%) Inclusion and Diversity
5 18 (12.95%) Finance
6 7 (5.04%) Pharmaceutical
7 6 (4.32%) Law
8 4 (2.88%) Telecoms
9 2 (1.44%) Legal
10 1 (0.72%) Banking
10 1 (0.72%) Influencing Skills
10 1 (0.72%) Investment Banking
10 1 (0.72%) Local Government
10 1 (0.72%) Public Sector
Job Titles
1 48 (34.53%) Data Scientist
2 29 (20.86%) Developer
3 20 (14.39%) Python Developer
4 19 (13.67%) Lead Developer
4 19 (13.67%) Lead Software Developer
4 19 (13.67%) Software Developer
5 16 (11.51%) Software Engineer
6 9 (6.47%) Data Engineer
6 9 (6.47%) Java Engineer
6 9 (6.47%) Java Software Engineer
7 8 (5.76%) Java Developer
8 7 (5.04%) DevOps Engineer
8 7 (5.04%) Machine Learning Engineer
8 7 (5.04%) Senior Systems Engineer
9 6 (4.32%) Senior Data Scientist
10 5 (3.60%) Apache Spark Developer
10 5 (3.60%) AWS Developer
10 5 (3.60%) Data Programmer
10 5 (3.60%) Machine Learning Scientist
10 5 (3.60%) Programmer
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 74 (53.24%) Pandas
2 56 (40.29%) NumPy
3 28 (20.14%) Dask
3 28 (20.14%) Web Services
4 26 (18.71%) Kafka
5 25 (17.99%) scikit-learn
6 19 (13.67%) PyQt
6 19 (13.67%) pytest
6 19 (13.67%) RESTful
6 19 (13.67%) Software Packaging
6 19 (13.67%) Sphinx
6 19 (13.67%) Tkinter
7 16 (11.51%) TensorFlow
8 14 (10.07%) SciPy
9 12 (8.63%) Elastic Stack
10 11 (7.91%) .NET
11 10 (7.19%) Keras
12 9 (6.47%) Matplotlib
12 9 (6.47%) PySpark
12 9 (6.47%) Spring
Miscellaneous
1 76 (54.68%) Algorithms
2 19 (13.67%) Life Science
3 8 (5.76%) Blog
4 7 (5.04%) User Experience
5 6 (4.32%) Greenfield Project
6 5 (3.60%) Management Information System
6 5 (3.60%) Semantic Web
7 3 (2.16%) Robotics
8 2 (1.44%) Data Structures
8 2 (1.44%) Lidar
9 1 (0.72%) Market Risk
9 1 (0.72%) NHS
9 1 (0.72%) Self-Motivation
9 1 (0.72%) Social Media
9 1 (0.72%) Virtual Team
Operating Systems
1 35 (25.18%) Linux
2 29 (20.86%) Unix
3 19 (13.67%) Mac OS
Processes & Methodologies
1 99 (71.22%) Data Science
2 77 (55.40%) Machine Learning
3 61 (43.88%) Agile Software Development
4 54 (38.85%) Software Engineering
5 48 (34.53%) Analytics
6 42 (30.22%) Computer Science
7 40 (28.78%) Visualisation
8 36 (25.90%) Problem-Solving
9 32 (23.02%) Scrum
10 26 (18.71%) Data Modelling
11 24 (17.27%) Coaching
12 23 (16.55%) Logistics
13 22 (15.83%) Personalization
13 22 (15.83%) Recommender Systems
13 22 (15.83%) Statistics
14 20 (14.39%) DevOps
15 19 (13.67%) Asynchronous Programming
15 19 (13.67%) Kanban
15 19 (13.67%) Refactoring
15 19 (13.67%) TDD
Programming Languages
1 138 (99.28%) Python
2 75 (53.96%) SQL
3 29 (20.86%) Java
4 21 (15.11%) Bash Shell
5 18 (12.95%) R
6 13 (9.35%) JavaScript
7 9 (6.47%) Scala
7 9 (6.47%) Shell Script
8 8 (5.76%) Java 8
8 8 (5.76%) TypeScript
9 6 (4.32%) Perl
9 6 (4.32%) Ruby
10 5 (3.60%) ES6
11 2 (1.44%) T-SQL
12 1 (0.72%) C#
12 1 (0.72%) MATLAB
12 1 (0.72%) PL/SQL
12 1 (0.72%) Solidity
Qualifications
1 37 (26.62%) Degree
2 19 (13.67%) Computer Science Degree
3 10 (7.19%) Numerate Degree
3 10 (7.19%) PhD
4 7 (5.04%) Master's Degree
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 24 (17.27%) QA
2 6 (4.32%) Data Quality
System Software
1 57 (41.01%) Docker
2 1 (0.72%) Apache ZooKeeper
Systems Management
1 42 (30.22%) Kubernetes
2 19 (13.67%) Ansible
3 13 (9.35%) Terraform
4 7 (5.04%) Kubeflow
5 6 (4.32%) Consul
5 6 (4.32%) Opscode Chef
6 1 (0.72%) Puppet
6 1 (0.72%) Rancher
Vendors
1 28 (20.14%) Google
2 19 (13.67%) YouTube
3 10 (7.19%) Microsoft
4 9 (6.47%) Samsung
5 7 (5.04%) Sybase
6 4 (2.88%) Oracle
7 3 (2.16%) Bloomberg
7 3 (2.16%) TIBCO
8 1 (0.72%) Databricks
8 1 (0.72%) Monax