article The American Conservatives is reporting that the median software developer salary in the US was $66,600 last year, an increase of $1,800 from the previous year.
The median wage in the United Kingdom was $56,400, and the median in Canada was $49,700.
Thats an increase in wages of $9,800 in the U.S. and $9.60 in the UK.
It was reported in the June issue of the American Conservative magazine that software developers earn $69,000 per year.
This means the median salary for software developers in the USA was $69K, up $3,000 from the year prior.
The magazine also reports that the number of software developers working full time has doubled over the past two years.
The total number of developers working in the software industry was approximately 16.4 million in 2012.
That number is expected to increase to 20.2 million by the end of 2015, according to the American Council on Education.
Software developer salaries have also grown in Canada, which is an indicator that the market for software development is growing.
Software developers earn an average of $66K in Canada and the United States, according the latest available data.
In the United Kingdoms, the median salaries are $57,800 and $53,600, respectively.
The UK is the only developed country where software development salaries are lower than those in the developed world.
The Economist Magazine reported in 2016 that software developer salaries in the Netherlands were higher than in Germany and Italy, but the figures are lower in France, Spain and the Netherlands.
Software development salaries in France are higher than those elsewhere in the world.
For example, in the German Federal Ministry of Economics, software development costs are 25% higher than they are in the rest of Europe, while in France software developers pay 27% more than their counterparts in the other European countries.