By Gabe Aulich/Bleacher ReportSoftware development has become one of the most lucrative careers in the world.
It’s a lucrative field where the cost of entry can be as high as $70,000 per year.
For many, the money is enough to live off for the rest of their lives.
But not all developers can afford to spend this much money on a development career.
Some are choosing to do what they love in the software industry.
But others want to make more money by working in a different field.
There are even software development jobs that pay less than software development salaries.
This infographic shows the jobs that are most sought after by software developers and how much you’ll make if you are a software developer.
Software Development salaries are among the highest in the country.
According to an article in The Wall Street Journal, there are now more than 1.5 million software developers in the U.S. The median salary for a software development professional is $73,000.
For those working in the tech industry, the average salary is $91,000, according to data compiled by Zillow.
These figures are lower than the $95,000 median salary of a software engineer in the Fortune 500.
The lowest-paid jobs include sales reps, data scientists, and other non-technical types of software developers.
These are the types of jobs that many software developers are looking for.
But, there is a catch.
The salary gap is getting worse.
Software development salaries are currently at an all-time high, with a median salary at $97,000 in 2018.
But a growing number of developers are choosing not to work in the same fields.
Instead, they’re pursuing other jobs.
There’s a new trend in the field.
Many are looking to be part of the next wave of software development.
There is an increasing number of people who are actively pursuing a different career.
According to a study published in a study from the Center for Economic and Policy Research, the percentage of people choosing to work as a software developers grew from 5.6 percent in 2020 to 7.3 percent in 2021.
These people are working in different fields, such as web and mobile development, health care, and financial services.
A majority of these developers work in finance.
These people are not only working in finance, but also in healthcare, education, and the media.
This trend will likely continue to grow as the number of software engineers grows.
According the study, software developers tend to be young and have a high-tech career.
These young developers are now working in fields like health care and education.
The most common reasons that software developers leave their industry are due to lower pay and low advancement opportunities.
The majority of software developer’s leave their field due to the low pay, lower advancement opportunities, and/or lower salaries.
In 2017, a software programmer’s median salary was $53,000 and a software designer’s median was $52,000 .
These figures do not include the costs associated with living in a big city.
The study also shows that software developer salaries are not all that different from those in the medical field.
The median salary in finance is $80,000 compared to the $80 in healthcare and $80 for education.
This disparity is likely due to software developers working in high-pressure environments and are often expected to perform in the top-tier fields.
These same people are often more inclined to quit their job and pursue other career paths.
According another study published by the Brookings Institution, a total of 26 percent of software engineering jobs in the United States were open in 2020.
This number will continue to rise in the future, as more companies start hiring for these types of positions.