Demand remains strong for workers in the Boston area with technology skills.
For example, Dice listed Boston's 10 Most In-Demand Software Skills. In this analysis Ben Hicks from WinterWyman reviewed the skills sought in jobs that have come through his technology search firm since the beginning of the year.
The Ben Hicks Top 10
The article concluded ...
- Java (including all related open source frameworks)
- Mobile (both iOS and Android)
be good bets if he were to predict skills with growing demand."
Boston Web Tech Job Market
The list of Top 20 Web Technologies in Boston has
been updated for the fourth quarter. It appears in the right-hand
column and below. This list is broader than the WinterWyman analysis and is based on keyword searches in job postings at Indeed.com. The most in-demand keywords are listed more frequently than less in-demand keywords.
Indeed.com is a
meta-search engine that offers a maximum number of search
possibilities. All searches encompass a 25-mile radius of Boston.
Search parameters can be adjusted to fit your personal needs.
Top 20 Web Technologies in Boston
Here is an abbreviated list of the 20 most in-demand web technologies in Boston. [ or from early September ]
listed by number of job postings at Indeed.com:
- SQL | 3,623 02%
- Java | 3,009 02%
- agile *** | 2,197 01%
- Oracle | 2,098 03%
- Python | 1,384 06%
- C# | 1,251 03%
- Social Media | 1,240 02%
- "Web Services" | 1,216 01%
- XML | 1,201 00%
- SQL Server | 1,194 02%
- HTML + CSS | 1,055 02%
- UI | 1,019 06%
- jQuery | 961 03%
- MySQL | 918 19%
- SaaS | 915 06%
- Perl | 893 04%
- Ruby | 811 14%
- scrum *** | 740 02%
- PHP | 711 09%
While "agile" and "scrum" are not technologies, they are methodologies used in technology
development. These keywords appear in many web development job descriptions. Experience with "agile
" and "scrum
" is often required or preferred.
An expanded version of this list -- Boston's Top 100 Web Technologies
-- is being counted down for the next three months @webapprentices
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