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Tech Job Titles in High Demand/Cities With High Demand

Several major metro markets continue to show strong demand for tech hiring.

 

Wanted Analytics brings us the raw data:

 

We often report on hiring trends in the tech industry. As most people probably know, these jobs have been growing in demand over the past years. Instead of just updating you on the volume of job ads, we thought it might be more interesting to compare the most in-demand job titles in the 5 cities with the most IT related job listings. Those 5 cities are: New York, Washington (DC), San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Chicago.

 

Before scrolling down to read the lists, do you think the job titles will be the same in each city?

 

5 Cities with the Most Tech Jobs in June 2012

5 cities with the most tech job ads in June 

Source: WANTED Analytics

 

These 5 cities all have some commonalities, and some differences. First of all, Java Developer is the most commonly advertised job title in each of these locations. New York City and Chicago both had high demand for .NET Developers, while this title didn’t appear for the other 3 cities. Also, we were surprised that Web Developer only appeared for one location – Los Angeles. This is surprising because Web Developers are one of the most in-demand tech occupations, yet this job title may not be used most commonly. Are there other job titles you use for Web Developers?

 

New York City:

  1. Java Developer
  2. Project Manager
  3. Senior Java Developer
  4. Business Analyst
  5. .Net Developer
Washington, DC:

  1. Java Developer
  2. Project Manager
  3. Software Engineer
  4. Senior Java Developer
  5. Systems Engineer
San Francisco

  1. Java Developer
  2. Senior Software Engineer
  3. Software Engineer
  4. Project Manager
  5. Web Developer
Los Angeles

  1. Java Developer
  2. Project Manager
  3. Software Engineer
  4. Web Developer
  5. Senior Software Engineer
Chicago

  1. Java Developer
  2. Project Manager
  3. .Net Developer
  4. Business Analyst
  5. Senior Java Developer
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