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The 10 Top Job Skills Needed For The Highest-Paying Jobs

The highest-paying jobs in the United States are looking for coding skills, with many jobs paying well into the six-figures. Here’s a look at which coding and programming languages are the most lucrative.

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9. Ruby

Average Salary: $125,283

The median salary for positions in the United States requiring Ruby coding skills is up nearly 4 percent from $121,000 in 2019, Stack Overflow’s Developer Survey found. Ruby was created by Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto in 1995, achieved mass acceptance in 2006, and is a dynamic, open source programming language with a focus on simplicity and productivity that’s natural to read and easy to write.

Ruby is the 12th most popular programming language, with more than 8 percent of Stack Overflow survey respondents indicating they commonly use it. It is the seventh most dreaded programming language, with nearly half of developers working with Ruby today expressing no interest in continuing to do so, according to Stack Overflow.

Ruby is also the 10th least wanted programming language, with only 4 percent of developers who don’t use Ruby today saying they wish to learn it, Stack Overflow found. Ruby is most closely connected to the RubyMine integrated development environment (IDE) and the Ruby on Rails framework, according to Stack Overflow.

 
 
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