Marguerite Ward wrote this piece about monetary evaluation of various jobs using different programming languages. If you’re self-isolating and have extra time on your hands, or if you recently became unemployed and are looking to gain an in-demand skill, learning how to code could help your career.
While some hiring managers don’t require a job applicant know a specific coding language (the coding skills are often transferable across languages), it does help to know which languages are associated with the highest-paying jobs.
According to jobs site Indeed.com, the two most in-demand jobs of 2020 are software architect and full-stack developer, both of which require a proficiency in coding.
Tech company HackerRank polled over 116,000 software engineers to find out which languages are associated with the highest salary.
From C++ and Python to Ruby and Perl, here are the top 15 coding languages associated with the highest salaries worldwide, along with online courses to learn them. Have a read to find the best paying programming language![Read More]