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This comprehensive report covers the tech job market from all angles including salary, mobility, social media, remunerations and much more!

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  • Dice Job MarketReport 2015

    Dice, February 2015

  • We surveyed over 900 UK tech professionals to create a comprehensive Dice Job Market Report containing salary insight, market expectations on future remuneration, mobility, social media and more.

    We hope you find this report useful.

    Dice

    Introduction

    1 Dice, February 2015

  • 2Dice Tel +44 (0)20 7292 3899 Web uk.dice.com

    Dice Job Market Report 2015

    1. Contractors

    Where contractors currently work

    North West

    North East

    London

    East Anglia

    South East

    East Midlands

    Yorkshire & the Humber

    South West

    Thames Valley

    Scotland

    West Midlands

    Density of IT Employees

    Highest Lowest

    Contractor Demographics

    Gender Sector

    Male Female Private Public

    82% 18% 75%

    25%

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    Education level

    0% 10%5% 15% 40%20% 30%25% 35%

    17%College Diploma

    7%GCSE

    39%Bachelor Degree

    3%Ph.D

    22%Master Degree

    12%Other*

    Years of IT experience

    0% 10%5% 15% 40%20% 30%25% 35%

    18%0 - 5 years

    19%6 - 10 years

    14%

    13%16 - 20 years

    11 - 15 years

    36%More than 20 years

    Contractors age

    0% 10%5% 15% 40%20% 30%25% 35%

    1%18 - 24 years old

    0%< 18 years old

    21%25 - 34 years old

    28%

    17%55 - 64 years old

    30%45 - 54 years old

    35 - 44 years old

    3%> 65 years old

    Other* A level, HND and NVQ

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    Dice Job Market Report 2015

    Current area of IT

    Current career level

    Commuting time to work

    Other* Training, Design and Architecture

    0% 10%5% 15% 30%20% 25%

    24%Development

    23%Project Management

    23%Support & Operations

    6%Testing

    12%Analysis

    12%Other*

    19%

    14%

    21%20%

    16%

    10%

    15 - 30 minutes

    15 minutes

    30 - 45 minutes

    60 - 75 minutes

    45 - 60 minutes

    >75 minutes

    0% 10%5% 15% 40%20% 30%25% 35%

    9%Senior Management

    9%Director

    27%Middle Management

    37%Team Member

    13%Lower Management

    5%Entry Level

  • Expectations (next review)

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    Current area of IT

    0% 10%5% 15% 40%20% 30%25% 35%

    39%Increase

    30%No change

    1%

    10%No comment

    Decrease

    20%Dont know

    Change in salary (last review)

    Increase 38%

    Decrease 4%

    No change 58%

    Contract Rates (hourly)

    1 - 30

    13%

    91 - 120

    9%

    120 +

    4%61 - 90

    47%

    31 - 60

    27%

    All contract rates are exclusive of recruitment agency fees, commissions, employee benetsand performance related bonuses

    Contractor Salary

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    Dice Job Market Report 2015

    Future Plans

    Current area of IT

    When IT Contractors expect to change job

    Within 6 months19%

    Within 12 months11%

    More than 12 months8%

    6 12 12+

    Immediately18%

    Within 1 month22%

    Within 3 months22%

    ! 1 3

    Current area of IT

    Most important factors when choosing a new contract

    Location21%

    Salary22%

    Challenging tasks36%

    Other4%

    ?Career opportunities

    15%High responsibility

    2%

  • 72. Permanent

    Where employees currently work

    Permanent Employee Demographics

    Gender Sector

    Male Female Private Public

    83%

    17%

    81% 19%

    North West

    North East

    London

    East Anglia

    South East

    East Midlands

    Yorkshire & the Humber

    Density of IT Employees

    Highest Lowest

    South West

    Thames Valley

    Scotland

    West Midlands

    Dice Tel +44 (0)20 7292 3899 Web uk.dice.com

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    Dice Job Market Report 2015

    Education level

    Years of IT experience

    0% 10%5% 15% 40%20% 30%25% 35%

    18%0 - 5 years

    19%6 - 10 years

    14%

    13%16 - 20 years

    11 - 15 years

    36%More than 20 years

    Employees age

    Other* A level, HND and NVQ

    0% 10%5% 15% 40%20% 30%25% 35%

    1%18 - 24 years old

    0%< 18 years old

    21%25 - 34 years old

    28%

    17%55 - 64 years old

    30%45 - 54 years old

    35 - 44 years old

    3%> 65 years old

    6%Other*

    0% 10%5% 15% 45%40%20% 30%25% 35%

    16%College Diploma

    10%GCSE

    45%Bachelor Degree

    22%

    1%Ph.D

    Master Degree

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    Current area of IT

    Current career level

    Commuting time to work

    Other* Training, sales and consultancy

    0% 10%5% 15% 45%40%20% 30%25% 35%

    10%Senior Management

    3%Director

    25%Middle Management

    16%

    42%Team Member

    Lower Management

    4%Entry Level

    0% 10%5% 15% 35%20% 30%25%

    26%Development

    14%Project Management

    34%Support & Operations

    8%

    6%Testing

    Analysis

    12%Other*

    19%

    23%

    20%

    20%

    9%9%

    15 - 30 minutes

    15 minutes

    30 - 45 minutes

    60 - 75 minutes

    45 - 60 minutes

    >75 minutes

  • Expectations (next review)

    10Dice Tel +44 (0)20 7292 3899 Web uk.dice.com

    Dice Job Market Report 2015

    Current area of IT

    Change in salary (last review)

    Increase59%

    Decrease 1%

    No change 40%

    Current annual salary (gross income)

    Permanent Employee Salary

    0 - 20K

    10%

    80K - 100K

    5%60K - 80K

    11%

    100K +

    2%40K - 60K

    29%20K - 40K

    43%

    0% 10% 60%50%20% 30% 40%

    56%Increase

    25%No change

    1%

    3%No comment

    Decrease

    15%Dont know

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    Permanent Employee Current Benefits

    Current area of IT

    Listed in order of popularity

    Current area of IT

    14

    Duvet Days

    13

    SabbaticalLeave

    Other benets mentioned were broadband, working from home,

    free travel to work, share purchase schemes and city club

    membership

    4

    Pension

    1 2

    PrivateHealthcare

    3

    Laptop Flexibleworking hours

    5

    MobilePhone

    7

    Child carevouchers

    8

    ExtraHoliday

    6

    Cycle to WorkScheme

    9

    Seasonticket loan

    10

    CompanyCar

    11

    Gymmembership

    12

    Freelunch

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    Dice Job Market Report 2015

    Future Plans

    Current area of IT

    When do employees expect to change job

    Current area of IT

    Most important factors when choosing a new job

    Immediately12%

    Within 3 years7%

    Within 6 month26%

    Within 1 year22%

    ! 6M

    Within 2 years17%

    2Y 3Y

    More than 3 years16%

    3Y+

    1Y

    Location10%

    Salary26%

    Career opportunities26%

    Challenging tasks34%

    High responsibility4%

    Other important factors were culture,

    exibility and work life balance

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    Most import reason to stay in an existing job

    Other reasons to stay in a job included: Feeling valued, challenging work, security, people, culture and environment.

    17%

    20%

    48%

    15%

    Other15%

    Investment inIT department

    17%

    Strong overallbusiness

    performance20%

    Clearcareer path

    48%

  • The most searched for skills on uk.dice.com

    14Dice Tel +44 (0)20 7292 3899 Web uk.dice.com

    Dice Job Market Report 2015

    3. Skills in demand

    Most popular IT skills of 2014

    Tech professionals Top 15 searched for skills on Dice

    Linux.Net

    Cisco

    SAP

    ITManager

    Testing& QA

    C#

    PHP

    Oracle

    Support /Help Desk

    Java

    SQL

    ProjectManagerBusiness

    Analyst

    1 23

    4

    5

    6

    78

    910

    11

    12

    1314

    15GamesProgram-mer

  • The most searched for skills by employers in our CV database

    15 Dice Tel +44 (0)20 7292 3899 Web uk.dice.com

    Employers Top 15 searched for skills on Dice

    Java1

    SAP2

    PHP3

    Salesforce

    5

    BusinessIntelligence

    7

    Linux6

    C#9

    C10

    Python

    12

    Oracle15Security

    14

    UX13

    Tester11

    .Net4

    Developer

    8

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    Dice Job Market Report 2015

    4. Social Recruitment

    Where to find tech pros (social media platforms)

    How do tech professionals interact on social media?

    85%interact with other tech professionals on social

    sites

    74%search for new job

    opportunities on social sites

    70%regularly update their proles to appeal to

    employers

    Facebook47%

    Twitter26%

    Meetup6%

    Github7%

    Stack Overow10%

    Other4%

    Excluding LinkedIn

    Other sites listed

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    How can recruiters improve contact with tech prosthrough social media

    Current area of IT

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    Why recruiters use social media to recruit tech pros

    Technology & Marketing pros use social

    channels more than other professionals

    Do yourhomework andstop wastingpeoples time

    Maintain arelationship

    Offeroppo