Top 10 Highest Paid Digital Jobs

A survey by the consultant mercer could make the ranking of the 10 best-paid digital positions at the managerial and employee analyst level.

There was also progress on contracting expectations that marked a positive trend given that the 53% plan to increase their staffing. And the number grows if it is about fintech, 80% of skills plan to hire more talent.

The analysis was made among the companies that participated in his survey “Digital Club” where digital companies and/or companies in the process of digital transformation participate.

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The results showed that the top 10 salaries a managerial level son:

1) Architecture

2) Infrastructure

3) Front End Developer

4) Digital strategies

5) Back End Developer

6) Full Stack Developer

7) Product Manager

8) User experience design

9) Devops

10) Data science.

10 highest paid salaries at the Analyst level:

In it analyst levelthe 10 highest paying positions son:

1) Mobile Developer

2) Agile Trainer

3) data architect

4) quality control

5) Cloud computing architecture

6) Software Engineering Architect

7) Back End Developer

8) Devops

9) Big data data science

10) Computer Security

Are companies going to continue hiring?

Regarding the hiring expectations of the companies, the 53% plan to increase staffing; 34% do not anticipate changes; 9% have not decided yet and 4% plan to decrease. In the specific case of Fintech, 80% plan to increase the endowment and 20% do not anticipate changes.

The survey also revealed Characteristics are the positions that companies plan to hire as a priority in the next 12 months.

The 6 most in-demand positions will be primarily developers and also Architects/Cloud Architects; developers; data science; product owners; Security.

In relation to developers, the searches will be aimed at: Full stack developers; Java; Mobile; Interface; Piton; BI; .Net.

The turnover in the last year is 15% (13.6% voluntary and 3.5% involuntary). In the specific case of Fintech it is 17% (13.4% voluntary and 3.6% involuntary).

“The digital world is a very dynamic sector, with high levels of turnover and movement of talent due to the high demand that exists for these profiles in the market,” he said. ivana thorntonMercer Race Director.

In the relevant positions in the Digital Club, a greater participation of women at Analyst levels. Thus, in the position of Junior Analyst there are 41% women and 59% men; in the position of Team Leader, 25% women and 75% men; in the Manager category, 21% were women and 79% were men.

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Refering to participation of different generations, 65% are between the ages of 26 and 41 and are Generation Y/Millennials (born between 1981 and 1996); 26% are between the ages of 42 and 57 and are Generation X (born between 1965 and 1980); 6% are between 18 and 25 years old and are Generation Z (born between 1997 and 2000); 3% are between the ages of 58 and 76 and are Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964).

“In terms of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, it is an industry where it continues to be difficult to attract and retain women and for them to grow into leadership positions. In the same way, it is an industry that is largely focused on the Millennial generation,” Thornton said.

The data was relevant among 74 digital companies and/or companies in the process of digital transformation from different sectors in August 2022.


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