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5 Programming Languages To Learn To Bag Well-Paying Job In Tech

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Learning programming languages is the most necessary skill to secure a job in the technology sector. Programming languages can help people to secure various job roles in the tech industry such as Web Designer, Software Developer, Machine Learning Expert, and more. Currently, there are around 30 million programmers across the world and the figure is increasing rapidly.

Big tech firms such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft, etc. are constantly hiring applicants who have an understanding of programming languages. Thus, learning programming languages is an essential task if you are planning to make a career in the IT industry.

Here, we have compiled data to determine the five most demanding programming language skills for job seekers in the development domain of the tech industry.

JavaScript: JavaScript or JS can help in the development and deployment of any kind of software and is a very useful language for both client and server-side. One does not need any kind of experience to learn JS, it is quite easy for anyone to learn. The framework is effortless providing many features and functions that make building software easy. Some of the popular JS frameworks include Angular and React.js for software development. According to Indeed, the average salary for a javascript developer is $104,187 per year in the United States according to 361 salaries reported, by April 2022.

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Python: Python is a high-level programming language that puts emphasis on code readability and supports various programming prototypes like structured, functional, and object-oriented programming. Worldwide, there are around 10 million Python developers. This programming language is used by NASA and Reddit, and its web framework (Django) powers web apps such as Instagram and Pinterest. Python supports GUI programming and it can also be integrated with other programming languages like C, C++, and Java. Python is used in ML and AI projects extensively. The annual average salary of a Python developer is USD 75,000.

Java: Java has always been one of the most demanding programming languages. According to reports, 3 billion mobile phones run on Java along with 125 million Tele Visions, and 89% of the desktop computers in the USA. It is an object-oriented programming language that supports multithreading, follows OOP concepts, and has automatic memory allocation and garbage collection features.

The annual average salary of a Java developer is around USD 70,000. As of now, around 7.5 million Java developers are present across the globe. The language is primarily used for framing enterprise-scale web applications and Android apps.

C++: C++ is an extension of the C language which is one of the oldest programming languages. It is used in analytics, research, and game development. All major Adobe applications are being built in C++. This general-purpose programming language is extensively used in software development and can be used to create both small programs as well as large applications. The average annual pay of a C++ developer is USD 70,000. It has probably the largest learning community among all the programming languages in the present time.

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R: In the past few years, R has emerged as a popular and in-demand programming language. This is so because of its versatility, statistical collection, and graphic visualization. R is widely used among statisticians and data miners for impressive data analysis. R programming is used by most of the Fortune 500 companies such as Google, Facebook, Amazon, Genpact, etc. for their data analysis. It is an object-oriented programming language that holds profound importance in data analysis, financial domains, and telecom sectors. The average pay for R developers worldwide is USD 57,000.

There has been a rising demand for software developers in the technology sector. With the continuous advancement in the IT industry, the demand for programming experts is increasing rapidly. Thus, learning a programming language is vital for software development. They will not only make your resume powerful but also help in getting a better job with a high pay scale.


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Bharat Gupta
Bharat Guptahttp://functionup.org
Bharat Gupta is the CEO & Co-Founder of FunctionUp, where he handles the business growth, partnerships, and product building areas of the company.

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