Period
to 25 July 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 25 July 2021 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years.

Jupyter (JupyterHub, JupyterLab)
UK
6 months to
25 Jul 2021
Same period 2020 Same period 2019
Rank 904 724 1030
Rank change year-on-year -180 +306 +144
Permanent jobs citing Jupyter 89 81 80
As % of all permanent jobs advertised in the UK 0.079% 0.11% 0.055%
As % of the Application Platforms category 0.57% 0.81% 0.37%
Number of salaries quoted 26 67 67
10th Percentile £46,250 £51,500 "
25th Percentile £49,063 £59,375 £60,000
Median annual salary (50th Percentile) £60,000 £80,000 £77,500
Median % change year-on-year -25.00% +3.23% +21.57%
75th Percentile £73,750 £100,000 £100,000
90th Percentile £91,250 £105,000 £122,500
UK excluding London median annual salary £57,500 £60,000 £56,250
% change year-on-year -4.17% +6.67% +5.14%

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 15,492 10,052 21,531
As % of all permanent IT jobs advertised in the UK 13.78% 14.21% 14.93%
Number of salaries quoted 10,202 8,015 17,166
10th Percentile £31,250 £31,250 £28,000
25th Percentile £40,000 £39,883 £36,250
Median annual salary (50th Percentile) £54,750 £52,500 £50,000
Median % change year-on-year +4.29% +5.00% -
75th Percentile £73,750 £72,500 £68,750
90th Percentile £88,750 £89,600 £85,000
UK excluding London median annual salary £45,000 £45,000 £43,646
% change year-on-year - +3.10% +1.50%

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 25 July 2021.

Salary histogram for Jupyter in the UK

Jupyter
Top 7 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 25 July 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 -173 80 £57,500 -28.13% 10
London -123 65 £70,000 -17.65% 7
UK excluding London -139 13 £57,500 -4.17% 2
Work from Home -246 7 £67,500 -38.64%
South East -78 6 £57,500 -14.81% 1
East of England -35 5 £60,000 -22.58% 1
South West -66 2 £42,500 -26.09%

For the 6 months to 25 July 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 86 (96.63%) Python
2 59 (66.29%) Pandas
3 58 (65.17%) NumPy
4 52 (58.43%) Machine Learning
5 51 (57.30%) Data Science
6 43 (48.31%) Algorithms
7 39 (43.82%) AWS
8 37 (41.57%) scikit-learn
9 34 (38.20%) Apache Spark
10 33 (37.08%) Problem-Solving
11 32 (35.96%) Degree
11 32 (35.96%) SQL
11 32 (35.96%) Software Engineering
12 31 (34.83%) Computer Science
13 29 (32.58%) Social Skills
14 28 (31.46%) Analytical Skills
15 26 (29.21%) Statistics
16 25 (28.09%) SciPy
17 24 (26.97%) Java
17 24 (26.97%) Docker
17 24 (26.97%) Computer Science Degree
18 21 (23.60%) GitLab
18 21 (23.60%) Analytics
18 21 (23.60%) Pair Programming
18 21 (23.60%) Retail
18 21 (23.60%) Blog
19 19 (21.35%) Visualisation
19 19 (21.35%) Data Analysis
20 18 (20.22%) PhD
21 17 (19.10%) Data Mining

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 34 (38.20%) Apache Spark
2 7 (7.87%) Apache
3 6 (6.74%) Apache Airflow
4 3 (3.37%) Elasticsearch
5 2 (2.25%) Confluence
6 1 (1.12%) ArcGIS
6 1 (1.12%) GeoServer
Cloud Services
1 39 (43.82%) AWS
2 17 (19.10%) Azure
3 13 (14.61%) GCP
4 10 (11.24%) Snowflake
5 9 (10.11%) Amazon EMR
5 9 (10.11%) Amazon SageMaker
6 8 (8.99%) AWS Lambda
6 8 (8.99%) GitHub
6 8 (8.99%) Power Platform
6 8 (8.99%) Serverless
7 7 (7.87%) Amazon SQS
8 6 (6.74%) Amazon CloudWatch
8 6 (6.74%) Amazon ELB
8 6 (6.74%) Google Docs
8 6 (6.74%) Loggly
8 6 (6.74%) Trello
9 2 (2.25%) Amazon S3
9 2 (2.25%) AWS Step Functions
9 2 (2.25%) Azure Machine Learning
9 2 (2.25%) PaaS
Communications & Networking
1 5 (5.62%) HTTP
Database & Business Intelligence
1 17 (19.10%) Data Mining
1 17 (19.10%) Hadoop
2 13 (14.61%) NoSQL
3 12 (13.48%) Metadata
3 12 (13.48%) PostgreSQL
4 9 (10.11%) Big Data
4 9 (10.11%) Electronic Patient Records
5 8 (8.99%) Impala
5 8 (8.99%) Spotfire
6 7 (7.87%) Apache Hive
6 7 (7.87%) InfluxDB
7 6 (6.74%) MongoDB
7 6 (6.74%) MySQL
8 4 (4.49%) Apache Zeppelin
8 4 (4.49%) Tableau
9 3 (3.37%) BigQuery
9 3 (3.37%) Data Lake
9 3 (3.37%) Geospatial Data
9 3 (3.37%) GIS
10 2 (2.25%) Relational Database
Development Applications
1 21 (23.60%) GitLab
2 16 (17.98%) Maven
3 14 (15.73%) Git (software)
4 8 (8.99%) CircleCI
4 8 (8.99%) Jenkins
5 7 (7.87%) Octopus Deploy
6 5 (5.62%) JUnit
6 5 (5.62%) Mockito
7 3 (3.37%) JIRA
8 1 (1.12%) Bitbucket
8 1 (1.12%) MLflow
8 1 (1.12%) TeamCity
General
1 29 (32.58%) Social Skills
2 28 (31.46%) Analytical Skills
3 21 (23.60%) Retail
4 16 (17.98%) Finance
5 1 (1.12%) Law
5 1 (1.12%) Legal
5 1 (1.12%) Marketing
5 1 (1.12%) Organisational Skills
Job Titles
1 36 (40.45%) Data Scientist
2 17 (19.10%) Software Engineer
3 15 (16.85%) Developer
3 15 (16.85%) Java Engineer
3 15 (16.85%) Java Software Engineer
4 8 (8.99%) Data Programmer
4 8 (8.99%) Programmer
5 7 (7.87%) Java Developer
6 6 (6.74%) DevOps Engineer
6 6 (6.74%) Machine Learning Scientist
6 6 (6.74%) Senior Data Scientist
7 5 (5.62%) Apache Spark Developer
7 5 (5.62%) AWS Developer
7 5 (5.62%) Backend Developer
7 5 (5.62%) Data Engineer
8 4 (4.49%) Machine Learning Engineer
9 2 (2.25%) Python Engineer
9 2 (2.25%) Senior Developer
9 2 (2.25%) Senior Systems Engineer
9 2 (2.25%) Team Leader
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 59 (66.29%) Pandas
2 58 (65.17%) NumPy
3 37 (41.57%) scikit-learn
4 25 (28.09%) SciPy
5 14 (15.73%) TensorFlow
6 10 (11.24%) Kafka
6 10 (11.24%) REST
7 9 (10.11%) Django
7 9 (10.11%) Matplotlib
7 9 (10.11%) NLTK
7 9 (10.11%) Seaborn
8 8 (8.99%) .NET
8 8 (8.99%) Dask
8 8 (8.99%) React
8 8 (8.99%) Shiny
9 6 (6.74%) Celery
9 6 (6.74%) Keras
9 6 (6.74%) PySpark
9 6 (6.74%) Redux
9 6 (6.74%) Sass
Miscellaneous
1 43 (48.31%) Algorithms
2 21 (23.60%) Blog
3 8 (8.99%) User Experience
4 7 (7.87%) Podcast
5 6 (6.74%) Mobile App
6 5 (5.62%) Greenfield Project
6 5 (5.62%) Management Information System
6 5 (5.62%) Renewable Energy
6 5 (5.62%) Smart Meter
7 3 (3.37%) Robotics
8 2 (2.25%) Analytical Mindset
8 2 (2.25%) Data Structures
8 2 (2.25%) iPad
8 2 (2.25%) Lidar
8 2 (2.25%) Smartphone
9 1 (1.12%) Credit Risk
9 1 (1.12%) Market Risk
Operating Systems
1 7 (7.87%) Unix
2 6 (6.74%) Linux
Processes & Methodologies
1 52 (58.43%) Machine Learning
2 51 (57.30%) Data Science
3 33 (37.08%) Problem-Solving
4 32 (35.96%) Software Engineering
5 31 (34.83%) Computer Science
6 26 (29.21%) Statistics
7 21 (23.60%) Analytics
7 21 (23.60%) Pair Programming
8 19 (21.35%) Data Analysis
8 19 (21.35%) Visualisation
9 17 (19.10%) Logistics
10 16 (17.98%) Experimental Design
11 15 (16.85%) Actionable Insight
11 15 (16.85%) Agile Software Development
11 15 (16.85%) Digital Twin
12 13 (14.61%) Continuous Integration
12 13 (14.61%) Natural Language Processing
13 12 (13.48%) Mathematics
13 12 (13.48%) Process Improvement
13 12 (13.48%) Statistical Analysis
Programming Languages
1 86 (96.63%) Python
2 32 (35.96%) SQL
3 24 (26.97%) Java
4 15 (16.85%) Java 8
5 12 (13.48%) R
5 12 (13.48%) Scala
6 7 (7.87%) Shell Script
7 6 (6.74%) Perl
7 6 (6.74%) Ruby
8 5 (5.62%) C
9 3 (3.37%) C++
10 2 (2.25%) JavaScript
11 1 (1.12%) C#
11 1 (1.12%) PL/SQL
11 1 (1.12%) T-SQL
Qualifications
1 32 (35.96%) Degree
2 24 (26.97%) Computer Science Degree
3 18 (20.22%) PhD
4 17 (19.10%) Numerate Degree
5 10 (11.24%) Master's Degree
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 2 (2.25%) QA
2 1 (1.12%) Data Quality
System Software
1 24 (26.97%) Docker
Systems Management
1 14 (15.73%) Kubernetes
2 12 (13.48%) Terraform
3 6 (6.74%) Consul
3 6 (6.74%) Packer
4 1 (1.12%) Ansible
4 1 (1.12%) Kubeflow
Vendors
1 16 (17.98%) Microsoft
2 11 (12.36%) Google
3 7 (7.87%) Samsung
4 1 (1.12%) Bloomberg
4 1 (1.12%) Cloudera
4 1 (1.12%) ESRI
4 1 (1.12%) Mapbox
4 1 (1.12%) Sybase
4 1 (1.12%) TIBCO