The 15 best-paying tech roles in the UK

It might seem a fair way away (or maybe not in some cases) but having an idea of the salary your targeted career has is very important for some. For others, it doesn’t particularly matter, but it is always a good idea to have a handle on it.

Tech investment firm Balderton Capital published a report this month that ranked average salaries for people working in various tech positions in the UK based on data provided by startup community website AngelList. Check it out now…

15. Content creator (£39,000)

14. Designer (£49,000)

14. Designer ($61,000; £49,000)

Hollis Johnson

13. Frontend developer (£50,000)

13. Frontend developer ($62,000; £50,000)

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12. UX/UI designer (£50,000)

12. UX/UI designer ($62,000; £50,000)

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11. Growth hacking (£51,000)

11. Growth hacking ($63,000; £51,000)

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10. Full stack developer (£52,000)

10. Full stack developer ($65,000; £52,000)

Tim Soar

9. Mobile developer (£53,000)

9. Mobile developer ($66,000; £53,000)

Itay Sikolski

8. Sales & business development (£53,000)

8. Sales & business development ($66,000; £53,000)

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7. Account management (£53,000)

6. Full stack developer (£54,000)

5. Data scientist (£56,000)

5. Data scientist ($69,000; £56,000)

Zebra

4. Backend developer (££57,000)

4. Backend developer ($70,000; ££57,000)

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3. Product manager (£57,000)

3. Product manager ($71,000; £57,000)

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2. DevOps (£59,000)

2. DevOps ($73,000; £59,000)

Daniel Goodman

1. Engineering manager (£81,000)

1. Engineering manager ($100,000; £81,000)

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There’s some niiice money to be made here! We all know how important the role of technology is now and will be moving forward, and know we know about the money it seems a bit of a no brainer. Click here to find out more about our IT courses at The Sheffield College.

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