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The Hottest Software Engineering Jobs And Skills Employers Are Looking For

While the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic caused a lot of volatility in employment, software engineering jobs have fared well, with demand for their skills—and salaries needed to attract those skills—rising as technology companies shifted to work from home mode.

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High Demand For Backend, Full Stack, and Frontend Software Engineers

When measured by the absolute volume of interview requests, 2020 was a very good year for software engineers looking for new positions. According to data from Hired based on interview requests via the Hired marketplace, backend, full-stack, and frontend software engineers all landed well over 50 percent of all interview requests for software engineers in 2020.

Overall, interview demands for software engineers as a whole were down slightly in 2020 over 2019, which Hired attributed to disruptions from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic which paused hiring for one or more months.

Demand by engineering role in 2020:

* Backend software engineers landed 58 percent of all interview requests for software engineering roles

* Full-stack software engineers landed 58 percent of all requests

* Frontend software engineers landed 32 percent

* Data engineers landed 9 percent

* Mobile engineers landed 8 percent

* Machine learning software engineers 6 percent

* Search software engineers 3 percent

* Security and neuro-linguistic programing (NLP) software engineers both at 2 percent

* Computer vision, gaming, embedded, AR/VR, and blockchain software engineers as well as engineering managers all at 1 percent

 
 
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