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Average mysql salary

mysql   £45,000
 
In GBP as of Mar 29th, 2017
20K 40K 60K

Distribution of mysql salaries

33 % 
22 % 
11 % 
0 % 
0 - 10K
0 %
10K - 20K
2.6 %
20K - 30K
18 %
30K - 40K
28.7 %
40K - 50K
21.5 %
50K - 60K
11.1 %
60K - 70K
7.2 %
70K - 80K
4 %
80K - 100K
4 %
100K - 120K
1.3 %
120K - 140K
0.6 %
140K+
0.8 %

Percentiles of mysql salaries

what this chart means:

  • 90% of jobs offer a salary of more than £25K
  • 75% of jobs offer a salary of more than £32K
  • 50% of jobs offer a salary of more than £40K
  • 25% of jobs offer a salary of more than £50K
  • 10% of jobs offer a salary of more than £70K

Average mysql salary by region

London   £60,000
 
South East   £37,000
 
East Midlands   £35,000
 
South West   £35,000
 
North East   £35,000
 
East of England   £35,000
 
Yorkshire and The Humber   £32,000
 
North West   £32,000
 
West Midlands   £30,000
 
In GBP as of Mar 29th, 2017
30K 60K 90K

Average mysql salary by sector

Accountancy   £50,000
 
IT & Internet   £48,000
 
Banking & Finance   £45,000
 
Engineering & Manufacturing   £40,000
 
Marketing, Advertising & PR   £35,000
 
In GBP as of Mar 29th, 2017
20K 40K 60K

Average mysql salary by skill

XML   £48,000
 
Linux   £47,000
 
Database   £47,000
 
Java   £47,000
 
MySQL   £47,000
 
Design   £46,000
 
Apache   £46,000
 
SQL   £45,000
 
Applications   £45,000
 
PHP   £45,000
 
JavaScript   £45,000
 
CSS   £43,000
 
C   £42,000
 
Commercial   £42,000
 
HTML   £42,000
 
In GBP as of Mar 29th, 2017
20K 40K 60K
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