Saturday, 14 May 2016

10 Most Difficult Tech Jobs For Companies To Fill


   
     Finding the perfect employee is just like finding "the right one" for the job. It takes time, patience and also a little bit of compromise.

In today's life, believe it or not, there's an actual "talent" shortage in this tech world. Tech companies are facing huge problem while hiring, particularly within a few specific roles. Candidates that are perfect fits for job titles such as database engineer or software architect simply aren't a dime a dozen. Often, there are more job listings for such roles than available candidates.

Below, we've created a detailed list of 10 most difficult tech jobs for companies to fill:

10. FRONT-END DEVELOPER:

        Front-end developers design and implement user-facing products. They work closely with back-end developers and architects to combine the function of a product with its design.

Average Salary: $ 89,000

Cities with the largest talent gap:
Columbus
Boston
Charlotte

Cities with the smallest talent gap:
Kansas City
Salt Lake City
Indianapolis

9. UI/UX:

      UI/UX designers develop user interface designs to create the best user experience of a product. They may lead the testing of new user interface ideas, implement consistent visual language and create style guides.

Average Salary: $97,000

Cities with the largest talent gap:
Columbus
Alexandria
Orlando

Cities with the smallest talent gap:
Indianapolis
San Diego
San Antonio

8. SOFTWARE ARCHITECT:

      Software architects typically lead a group of developers or engineers. They define, document and communicate software architecture decisions.

Average Salary: $117,000

Cities with the largest talent gap:
Washington DC
Philadelphia
San Jose

Cities with the smallest talent gap:
Arlington
Phoenix
Kansas City

7. SOFTWARE ENGINEER:

      Responsible for designing and developing software. They typically provide technical leadership to engineering teams and contribute to product development.

Average Salary: $102,000

Cities with the largest talent gap:
Atlanta
Seattle
Chicago

Cities with the smallest talent gap:
Houston
Columbus
Dallas

6. JAVA DEVELOPER:

      Java developers apply technical experience and java development skills to design software products.

Average Salary: $99,000

Cities with the largest talent gap:
Alexandria
New York City
Washington DC

Cities with the smallest talent gap:
Dallas
Seattle
San Antonio

5. SOFTWARE DEVELOPER:

     Software developers can be involved at any or all stages of the software development process, including the research, design, and programming.

Average Salary: $93,000

Cities with the largest talent gap:
Alexandria
Arlington
Washington DC

Cities with the smallest talent gap:
Salt Lake City
Houston
Indianapolis

4. MOBILE DEVELOPER:

      Similar to a mobile engineer, this role often requires previous experience building IOS and/or Android apps.

Average Salary: $102,000

Cities with the largest talent gap:
Atlanta
Boston
Chicago

Cities with the smallest talent gap:
Salt Lake City
Phoenix
Alexandria

3. DATABASE ENGINEER:

      Database engineers create and maintain databases that may serve an internal need or support an external-facing product. They may be tasked with scaling and improving existing data infrastructure.

Average Salary: $102,000

Cities with the largest talent gap:
San Antonio
Philadelphia
Atlanta

Cities with the smallest talent gap:
Columbus
Denver
Los Angeles

2. MOBILE ENGINEER:

      Requires experience building IOS and/or Android applications. Mobile engineers often work with designers and other engineers to launch or release changes to mobile apps.

Average Salary: $107,000

Cities with the largest talent gap:
Philadelphia
Orlando
San Antonio

Cities with the smallest talent gap:
Alexandria
Columbus
Arlington

1. DEVOPS:

      DevOps involves building, maintaining and scaling applications infrastructure. DevOps work cross-functionally and are often on call to respond when something goes wrong.

Average Salary: $110,000

Cities with the largest talent gap:
Atlanta
Kansas City
San Diego

Cities with the smallest talent gap:
Washington DC
Columbus
Alexandria

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