Python Engineer Jobs with Work from Home Options

Python Engineer
UK > Work from Home

The median Python Engineer salary for remote or hybrid work is £100,000 per year, according to job vacancies posted during the 6 months leading to 15 June 2024.

The table below provides salary benchmarking and summary statistics, comparing them to the same period in the previous two years.

6 months to
15 Jun 2024
Same period 2023 Same period 2022
Rank 277 304 409
Rank change year-on-year +27 +105 -129
Permanent jobs requiring a Python Engineer 395 387 634
As % of all permanent jobs with a WFH option 1.11% 1.03% 0.84%
As % of the Job Titles category 1.15% 1.08% 0.86%
Number of salaries quoted 356 354 394
10th Percentile £56,250 £50,750 £48,750
25th Percentile £72,500 £65,000 £55,000
Median annual salary (50th Percentile) £100,000 £90,000 £77,500
Median % change year-on-year +11.11% +16.13% +3.33%
75th Percentile £138,750 £140,000 £95,000
90th Percentile £148,750 £150,000 £125,000
UK median annual salary £90,000 £90,000 £85,000
% change year-on-year - +5.88% +17.24%

All Permanent IT Job Vacancies
Work from Home

For comparison with the information above, the following table provides summary statistics for all permanent IT job vacancies with WFH or hybrid options. Most job vacancies include a discernible job title that can be normalized. As such, the figures in the second row provide an indication of the number of permanent jobs in our overall sample.

Permanent vacancies in Work from Home with a recognized job title 34,224 35,954 73,616
% of permanent jobs with a recognized job title 96.28% 95.93% 97.29%
Number of salaries quoted 25,903 26,270 42,683
10th Percentile £33,250 £36,875 £36,250
25th Percentile £42,500 £47,447 £45,500
Median annual salary (50th Percentile) £55,000 £62,500 £60,000
Median % change year-on-year -12.00% +4.17% +9.09%
75th Percentile £75,000 £81,250 £80,000
90th Percentile £93,750 £100,000 £95,000
UK median annual salary £52,500 £60,000 £60,000
% change year-on-year -12.50% - +9.09%

Python Engineer
Trend for Jobs with a WFH Option

Job vacancies with a work from home option which featured Python Engineer in the job title as a proportion of all IT jobs advertised.

Python Engineer trend for jobs with a WFH option

Python Engineer
Salary Trend for Jobs with a WFH Option

3-month moving average salary quoted in job vacancies with a work from home option citing Python Engineer.

Python Engineer salary trend for jobs with a WFH option

Python Engineer
Salary Histogram for Jobs with a WFH Option

Salary distribution for jobs with a work from home option citing Python Engineer over the 6 months to 15 June 2024.

Python Engineer salary histogram for jobs with a WFH option

Python Engineer Skill Set
Top 30 Co-occurring Skills and Capabilities in Job Vacancies with WFH Options

For the 6 months to 15 June 2024, Python Engineer job roles required the following skills and capabilities in order of popularity. The figures indicate the absolute number co-occurrences and as a proportion of all permanent jobs with remote work options featuring Python Engineer in the job title.

1 395 (100.00%) Python
2 288 (72.91%) AWS
3 278 (70.38%) Software Engineering
4 244 (61.77%) Agile
5 216 (54.68%) Finance
6 187 (47.34%) Apache Airflow
7 184 (46.58%) JavaScript
8 177 (44.81%) Asset Management
9 176 (44.56%) Pandas
10 174 (44.05%) Front Office
11 169 (42.78%) dbt
12 167 (42.28%) TypeScript
13 166 (42.03%) Fixed Income
14 164 (41.52%) Amazon Athena
15 163 (41.27%) Apache
15 163 (41.27%) NumPy
16 160 (40.51%) SciPy
16 160 (40.51%) Protocol Buffers
16 160 (40.51%) gRPC
16 160 (40.51%) Dremio
17 148 (37.47%) Apache Ignite
17 148 (37.47%) Data Lake
17 148 (37.47%) Apache Arrow
18 144 (36.46%) Java
19 140 (35.44%) Banking
20 138 (34.94%) Derivative
20 138 (34.94%) Investment Management
21 136 (34.43%) Equities
22 134 (33.92%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
23 128 (32.41%) Investment Banking

Python Engineer Skill Set
Co-occurring Skills and Capabilities with WFH Options by Category

The follow tables expand on the table above by listing co-occurrences grouped by category. The same employment type, locality and period is covered with up to 20 co-occurrences shown in each of the following categories:

Application Platforms
1 187 (47.34%) Apache Airflow
2 163 (41.27%) Apache
3 13 (3.29%) Apache Spark
4 3 (0.76%) Confluence
Applications
1 4 (1.01%) Microsoft Excel
2 1 (0.25%) AutoCAD
2 1 (0.25%) Autodesk Inventor
2 1 (0.25%) Fusion 360
2 1 (0.25%) Revit
Cloud Services
1 288 (72.91%) AWS
2 169 (42.78%) dbt
3 123 (31.14%) Snowflake
4 118 (29.87%) GCP
5 91 (23.04%) Azure
6 47 (11.90%) Serverless
7 39 (9.87%) AWS Lambda
8 33 (8.35%) SaaS
9 30 (7.59%) Power Platform
10 26 (6.58%) Amazon S3
11 19 (4.81%) Azure Data Factory
12 14 (3.54%) Amazon ECS
12 14 (3.54%) Azure Synapse Analytics
12 14 (3.54%) Dagster
13 11 (2.78%) Amazon EC2
14 10 (2.53%) Amazon Kinesis
15 9 (2.28%) Amazon CloudWatch
15 9 (2.28%) Azure Data Lake Analytics
15 9 (2.28%) Azure DevOps
16 7 (1.77%) Amazon EventBridge
Communications & Networking
1 14 (3.54%) Network Security
2 2 (0.51%) Firewall
3 1 (0.25%) Broadband
3 1 (0.25%) Internet
3 1 (0.25%) Value-Added Service
3 1 (0.25%) Wireless
Database & Business Intelligence
1 164 (41.52%) Amazon Athena
2 160 (40.51%) Dremio
3 148 (37.47%) Apache Arrow
3 148 (37.47%) Apache Ignite
3 148 (37.47%) Data Lake
4 32 (8.10%) PostgreSQL
5 30 (7.59%) Power BI
6 24 (6.08%) DynamoDB
7 20 (5.06%) NoSQL
8 19 (4.81%) Amazon RDS
9 17 (4.30%) Data Warehouse
9 17 (4.30%) Tableau
10 15 (3.80%) MongoDB
11 9 (2.28%) Amazon Redshift
11 9 (2.28%) Azure SQL Database
11 9 (2.28%) Microsoft Analysis Services
12 8 (2.03%) Hadoop
13 6 (1.52%) Flink
13 6 (1.52%) MySQL
14 5 (1.27%) BigQuery
Development Applications
1 36 (9.11%) Git
2 25 (6.33%) GitLab
3 8 (2.03%) JIRA
4 7 (1.77%) Jenkins
5 5 (1.27%) MLflow
5 5 (1.27%) Postman
6 4 (1.01%) Selenium
7 2 (0.51%) Appium
7 2 (0.51%) TeamCity
General
1 216 (54.68%) Finance
2 174 (44.05%) Front Office
3 140 (35.44%) Banking
4 128 (32.41%) Investment Banking
5 64 (16.20%) Social Skills
6 16 (4.05%) Law
7 12 (3.04%) Games
8 11 (2.78%) Analytical Skills
8 11 (2.78%) Inclusion and Diversity
9 7 (1.77%) Legal
9 7 (1.77%) Manufacturing
9 7 (1.77%) Marketing
9 7 (1.77%) Tech for Good
10 5 (1.27%) Advertising
10 5 (1.27%) Retail
11 4 (1.01%) Agriculture
12 3 (0.76%) Automotive
12 3 (0.76%) Pharmaceutical
13 2 (0.51%) Back Office
13 2 (0.51%) Electronics
Libraries, Frameworks & Software Standards
1 176 (44.56%) Pandas
2 163 (41.27%) NumPy
3 160 (40.51%) gRPC
3 160 (40.51%) Protocol Buffers
3 160 (40.51%) SciPy
4 56 (14.18%) React
5 47 (11.90%) Django
6 39 (9.87%) AngularJS
7 36 (9.11%) Vue
8 31 (7.85%) RESTful
9 30 (7.59%) PySpark
10 27 (6.84%) Flask
10 27 (6.84%) Node.js
11 26 (6.58%) FastAPI
12 23 (5.82%) REST
13 21 (5.32%) Kafka
13 21 (5.32%) Redux
14 20 (5.06%) GraphQL
15 12 (3.04%) Material-UI
16 9 (2.28%) Lambda Expressions
Miscellaneous
1 166 (42.03%) Fixed Income
2 138 (34.94%) Derivative
3 136 (34.43%) Equities
4 134 (33.92%) Foreign Exchange (FX)
5 127 (32.15%) Hedge funds
6 48 (12.15%) Pricing Data
7 23 (5.82%) Client/Server
8 13 (3.29%) Greenfield Project
9 9 (2.28%) Enterprise Software
10 8 (2.03%) Data Structures
11 7 (1.77%) Algorithms
12 5 (1.27%) Robotics
13 4 (1.01%) Cloud Native
13 4 (1.01%) Online Games
14 3 (0.76%) Mainframe
14 3 (0.76%) Onboarding
14 3 (0.76%) Product Ownership
15 2 (0.51%) Enterprise Cloud
15 2 (0.51%) Genomics
15 2 (0.51%) Virtual Team
Operating Systems
1 18 (4.56%) Linux
2 11 (2.78%) Unix
3 2 (0.51%) Windows
Processes & Methodologies
1 278 (70.38%) Software Engineering
2 244 (61.77%) Agile
3 177 (44.81%) Asset Management
4 138 (34.94%) Investment Management
5 71 (17.97%) Problem-Solving
6 69 (17.47%) Analytics
7 52 (13.16%) CI/CD
8 49 (12.41%) DevOps
9 48 (12.15%) Data Engineering
10 43 (10.89%) Line Management
11 40 (10.13%) Fintech
12 36 (9.11%) Full Stack Development
13 34 (8.61%) Greeks
14 33 (8.35%) Containerisation
15 29 (7.34%) Data Science
16 27 (6.84%) Data Pipeline
16 27 (6.84%) TDD
17 24 (6.08%) Business Intelligence
18 23 (5.82%) Artificial Intelligence
19 22 (5.57%) ETL
Programming Languages
1 395 (100.00%) Python
2 184 (46.58%) JavaScript
3 167 (42.28%) TypeScript
4 144 (36.46%) Java
5 97 (24.56%) SQL
6 28 (7.09%) C#
7 9 (2.28%) Data Analysis Expressions
7 9 (2.28%) U-SQL
8 7 (1.77%) C
9 5 (1.27%) C++
9 5 (1.27%) Go
9 5 (1.27%) Scala
9 5 (1.27%) VBA
10 4 (1.01%) Ruby
11 2 (0.51%) Haskell
12 1 (0.25%) Kotlin
12 1 (0.25%) PHP
12 1 (0.25%) R
12 1 (0.25%) Rust
12 1 (0.25%) SPARQL
Qualifications
1 18 (4.56%) DBS Check
2 13 (3.29%) Degree
3 9 (2.28%) Microsoft Certification
4 7 (1.77%) Computer Science Degree
5 5 (1.27%) Master's Degree
6 3 (0.76%) DV Cleared
6 3 (0.76%) Security Cleared
7 2 (0.51%) Postgraduate
8 1 (0.25%) AWS Certification
Quality Assurance & Compliance
1 42 (10.63%) Data Quality
2 11 (2.78%) QA
3 4 (1.01%) Solvency II
System Software
1 39 (9.87%) Docker
2 1 (0.25%) Firmware
Systems Management
1 38 (9.62%) Kubernetes
2 24 (6.08%) Terraform
3 7 (1.77%) Ansible
4 4 (1.01%) Progress Chef
4 4 (1.01%) Puppet
Vendors
1 29 (7.34%) Databricks
2 21 (5.32%) Google
3 19 (4.81%) Microsoft
4 10 (2.53%) Oracle
5 6 (1.52%) Bloomberg
5 6 (1.52%) Reuters
6 3 (0.76%) Teradata
6 3 (0.76%) YouTube
7 2 (0.51%) Calypso
7 2 (0.51%) Informatica
8 1 (0.25%) Autodesk