Carl Williams

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We recently discussed at our blog whether open source will be eliminated as the economy goes in the tank [ UD: removed link ]
[ November 17, 2008: Message edited by: Carl Williams ]
[ November 17, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
12 years ago
You can get a national comparison of Java & SAP job demand & salary for 2007 and 3 quarters of 2008 at Java Vs. Oracle
[ November 17, 2008: Message edited by: Carl Williams ]
12 years ago
Yes what location are you referring to? Also a specific role or job title would help get more specific answers. In general or nationwide, Java jobs pay a median salary of $84210 while Mainframe jobs pay a median salary of $69340. There were 26787 Java jobs posted online in June in comparison to 3709 Mainframe jobs. If you would like to conduct your own more specific info comparison, you can check out http://www.odinjobs.com/StaffIT/MarketStatistics
13 years ago
Well according to our data, professionals with Siebel exp. in your area get a median salary of $89,000. Any else interested in doing their own comparisons at http://www.odinjobs.com/US_skill_statistics.html
13 years ago
I don't know much about the day-to-day comparisons, but I can tell you some national salary data and job demand data. The median salary for J2ME $77,140 and J2EE $86,260. In June of this year, 10002 jobs were posted online for J2EE and just 345 were posted for J2ME. You do your own comparison of IT skills at:
http://www.odinjobs.com/StaffIT/MarketStatistics
13 years ago
There is a new online tool that allows Ruby professionals to compare information concerning salary [astroturfing removed].

[This link has been posted in a number of threads over the last few weeks in an attempt to astroturf.--MH]
[ November 12, 2007: Message edited by: Mark Herschberg ]
13 years ago
There is a new online tool that allows IT professionals to compare information concerning salary [atroturfing removed--MH].
[ November 12, 2007: Message edited by: Mark Herschberg ]
13 years ago
Well you can check out the job demand info for this year so far across various skills to see if your job could be affected: http://www.odinjobs.com/US_job_market_overview.html
14 years ago
There is a new online tool that allows J2EE professionals to compare information concerning salary, job skills, and roles based on geographic location using Google Maps. It also gives you an ideal of demand based on the number of J2EE jobs advertised. Although these are employment salaries, you can at least compare skills relatively. Check out these J2EE Job Market Stats.
14 years ago