Here's how much you can make working in one of the nine hottest jobs in software engineering
Whether you went to a coding bootcamp, studied computer science or are looking for a career change, if you want to become a software engineer, look no further.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, eemployment of software developers will grow 24% from 2016 to 2026. And in the tech hub of the San Francisco Bay Area, software engineers take home an average of $155,000 a year.But not all software engineers are the same. Hired, one of the top job posting websites, figured out which kinds of positions are in the most demand.
Hired conducted a survey of 700 developers across the country and analyzed data from the job postings on its website. They based on their findings out of survey results and the skills and positions employers were looking for.
Whether you want to work at a Silicon Valley tech giant or an up-and-coming startup, these are the nine most in-demand software engineering jobs. Here's how much you can expect to get paid on average, if you specialize in one of these fields: