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Angular Developer Salary: A Look Under The Covers

As a business leader, you must have come across a popular proverb that says ‘You never get a second chance to make an impression’. It may not be true in the long run, but positive impressions do make users interact with a platform. The eye-pleasing look and feel of the website adds to higher user satisfaction and boosts engagement. It’s no surprise then that the front-end of a website requires immense and unmatched attention to details. This is where an Angular developer comes into the spotlight. These specialists spice up your front-end design and change the game.

Naturally, before hiring a programmer a company has to make sure that the Angular services won’t break the bank. However, as you try to determine a programmer’s salary, it might seem that these specialists have set their minds to fleece your company. Indeed, an average developer salary in some regions can scrape the sky and guzzle up the greater part of your budget. But in most cases, the figures are not so staggering and well-justified thanks to the high scalability of the framework.

Let us give you a rundown on an average Angular developer salary in various regions and gauge some common criteria and factors that calculate an actual figure.

What Is Angular?

If you’ve tried googling the term, you probably know that Angular is a Javascript framework that is used to build SPA or Single Page Applications. It also makes the creation of client-side web apps easier and more fun. This coder-friendly framework joins the forces of the declarative templates, dependency injection, and the end to end tooling to troubleshoot issues hindering successful development. Angular enables coders to craft heavyweight apps that can exist on the web and mobile respectively.

With an impressive gamut of frameworks mushrooming every now and then and only a couple making it, Angular has come into vogue and remained in it forever. If we rewind the history, we’ll see that Angular came on stage in 2020, which makes it one of the graybeard frameworks. However, despite the years, this technology managed to keep on track by releasing various versions of the framework. Currently, we’ve been enjoying Version 9 that was released in February 2020.

What Is The Secret Behind Its High Demand?

Numerous sources suggest that Angular stands to its guns even in 2020. Thus, Version 9 has got the warm reception of the flamboyant Angular development community.

Basically, there is no secret behind the peaking popularity. Among the biggest advantages of Angular are Google’s Long-term support and a universal stack of four technologies. Therefore, by using this technology in your project you can reap major benefits. Other highlights relate to auto sync with two-way data binding, optimized server communication, code consistency, robust ecosystem, as well as easy testing, and declarative UI. Its TypeScript nature guarantees scalability, cleaner code, and superior security, as it supports types. On top of it, component hierarchy simplifies testing any web application and ensures that each component operates seamlessly in unison.

How Much Angular Development Services Cost?

First and foremost, before deciding on the payment that you’ll offer to your bright Angular developer mind, note that the salaries can be strikingly different contingent upon the following aspects:

  • Work schedule (full-time, part-time, hourly services);

  • Type of employment (in-house or outsourced services);

  • The country of the programmer’s location;

  • Seniority level in the workplace ( i.e. experience under the belt);

  • English proficiency level;

  • Solutions- or technology stack (command of adjacent technologies).

Now let’s move on to the actual numbers. As a PayScale survey demonstrates, newly-minted Angular programmers price their services at $23.22 per hour, which makes it $58.752 per year. If your project calls for more in-depth front-end expertise, prepare to spend around $50 for hourly work, with an annual salary reaching $128.000. If you are looking for a back-end Angular coder, you’ll have to pay somewhere from $28.5 to $451 per hour, making a yearly total of $74,664 to $100,000+.

As for the location rates, Switzerland is the absolute leader with the highest salaries that start from $99,000 per year. The USA and India go next with an impressive remuneration of $83,000 and $80,000 respectively. Australian Angular programmers can boast a yearly salary of around $56,201, whereas German Softwareentwickler make as much as $55,000 for the same stretch of time. Next comes the United Kingdom with an unassuming annual wage of around $45,918, followed by Canada with annual compensation of $47,893. Last but not least enters the Netherlands with an average annual salary in the range of $50,000.

However, this breakdown features just European and Western states, omitting a strategic software development location, which is Eastern Europe. To furnish a fuller picture, one can gander at one of the most popular outsourcing locations there – the magnificent country of Ukraine. Here, software engineers practicing Angular price their services at $25,000, which compares favorably among aforementioned Western countries. These satisfying numbers also mean Western companies should take a closer look at this location as the base for a remote team setup to enjoy the best quality-price ratio.

Of course, the Ukrainian Angular developers are not the cheapest to hire. In case you need the lowest charge possible, India or Malaysia has a high chance of grabbing your attention. Indian Angular coders charge as low as $7,000, whereas Malaysian engineers receive around $11,000 a year.

The Bottom Line

Angular technology has been around for some time now, but the demand has not diminished. Thus, Angular developers with comprehensive knowledge of this framework are coveted within mere minutes because of the high scalability of the framework.

Therefore, hiring a coder who is well-versed in this technology is challenging itself, let alone the mind-blowing prices. We hope that with this rundown by country and by experience level, you are now better equipped to make a tough decision on where to find Angular engineers.

As you see, your choice should stem from your business budget, project complexity, and location. And don’t forget to choose wisely, since you can get the same work done for a fraction of the price.

This article does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editors or management of EconoTimes

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