CodingGame released the results of its developer survey in 2022 showing a wide disparity in salaries around the world. The study also gives indications on the opportunities in terms of language and framework.
At a time of the phenomenon of “the great resignation” and a shortage of skills in computer development, CodingGame, the site specializing in fun learning to program has unveiled its 2022 Developer Study. Among the various topics covered by the report, there is a ranking of the average salaries of programmers according to the country (out of a sample of 14,000 people). Unsurprisingly, the United States retains the leadership with an average annual remuneration of 95,879 dollars. An amount to put in perspective with the similar study carried out in 2020 which showed a salary of 100,240 dollars. The second highest paid developer country is Switzerland ($90,462), followed by Canada ($71,193).
Out of European countries (apart from Switzerland), the United Kingdom ranks fourth with an average salary of 68,664 dollars (62,386 euros) up since 2020. Sweden offers 66,750 dollars (60,647 euros) and trumped Germany offering $61,390 (55,777 euros). And France? She is positioned at 9th place in the ranking with an average salary of 47,617 dollars (43,263 euros), it is a little less than the 2020 ranking (43,390 euros). Ahead of us are also Belgium and the Netherlands. The bottom two in the ranking are Morocco ($18,318) and Tunisia ($16,796). In the study, CodingGame gives some more details, 44% of developers in the US earn $100,000 or more and 5% earn more than $200,000, in India over 75% earn less than $20,000.
Ranking of average developer salaries. (Photo Credit: CodingGame)
Opportunities on languages and frameworks, popular telework
In their profession, developers are subject to irritants. The study cites three that are relatively recurrent. Planning contingencies are the first challenge, followed by unclear direction and a lack of technical knowledge in the team to implement projects. Elements to take into account in a context where the lack of talent highlights the means of retaining employees. Offering telecommuting can be an example, as it is a request from 70% of the developers surveyed, 33% full-time and 37% a few days a week.
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