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In a recent Information Management article, “15 top paying applications development jobs for 2019,” David Weldon talks about top application technology jobs that run upwards of $200K per year based on information posted in the Robert Half Technology has published its 2019 Technology Salary Guide,
The 2018 Salary Guide for Technology Professionals by Robert Half reports salary information indicates that developer salaries are rising.
“In today’s talent-short market, businesses are finding ways to consolidate technology-related skills and responsibilities. In some cases, two roles are being merged into one. This comes in reaction to the level of skill available in the market and the need for a greater sense of mindfulness regarding the ‘must-have’ requirements for a technology-facing role. Likewise, highly experienced professionals are in such short supply that it’s become common practice to seek those with low- to mid-level experience in order to develop the expertise in-house."
Here are some salary ranges as identified by Robert Half:
Sounds like a promising time to become an Oracle Database application developer!
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