Our February salary survey has attracted 157 respondents from 37 countries. Here are a few quick findings for you:

Median salary in the U.S.: $95,000
Median salary worldwide: $50,000

On average, Python developers would like to earn 46% more.

Professionals with 10 years of experience reported the largest range in earnings from $30K to $250K in the U.S.

For a complete analysis please see our analysis in an IPython Notebook at: http://bit.ly/1dgCw3p

For unobstructed access to raw data in various formats, please head over to: http://demo.slashdb.com/db/pystreet.html
 
 
We are conducting our inaugural salary survey for Python developers. The purpose of this survey is to asses the level of compensation of Python developers worldwide.

Participate in the survey here.


We will publish our findings on this blog and will notify participants who opt-in for that. Individual responses will be kept strictly confidential. If a respondent chooses to share their email address with us, that information will not be shared with any third parties.
 
 
PyStreet will be presenting tomorrow at the PyGotham II Python conference in New York City. We are excited about the opportunity to sponsor the speaker for this terrific event. Our talk "Pragmatic Programming in Enterprise" will discuss topics related to Python advocacy and effective application in large corporations.
 
 
Welcome to the newly established PyStreet blog. Tune in here for news and developments as we are working on launching the service.
 

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