The web development industry has long been the domain of college grads and engineers who have a good grasp of the basics of computer programming and programming languages.
But the web development job market has also been steadily shrinking.
The average salary for a Web Developer in the U.S. in 2015 was $80,400, according to an annual survey from Deloitte, which tracks job openings for software engineers and programmers across industries.
The industry’s total jobs in the United States dropped from 2.6 million in 2010 to 2.2 million in 2015, according the survey.
The latest survey by Deloittys’ Web Developer Trends shows the U,S.
is seeing a trend of attrition for job seekers.
The number of job openings declined to 1.2 per cent in 2015 from 2 per cent a year earlier.
Deloittle’s survey showed a total of 7.6 per cent of job seekers were looking for a job.
The total number of openings for Web Developers in the country dropped from 1.6million in 2010, when the U.,S.
economy was booming, to 1million in 2015.
The U.K. Web Developer Job Market Is “Hardly Severe” and “Almost Dead” and Has “Only” Two Jobs Available, Deloitaite’s survey of job postings published last week found.
The U.A.E. and Germany are the only countries where jobs are still available.
The jobs available in the region are generally low paying and involve mostly software developers, said the survey, titled Web Developer Jobs in the UK, 2016.
There are currently about 2,500 web developers in the world, Deloitite said in a statement.
The web developers are responsible for developing web applications for the social, gaming and advertising industries.
“They are also responsible for handling technical support and technical development tasks,” the company said.
Deloitites research also found that Web Developers are more likely to be female, between 20 and 40, and have less than a bachelor’s degree.
In a 2016 survey of U.N. and World Bank staff, the median salary for Web Developer was $95,000.
That was slightly less than $95 per hour, according for a similar survey from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).