According to the forty-first China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), China Internet network development statistics report, by December 2017, the scale of Internet users in China reached 772 million, the popularity rate reached 55.8%, exceeding the global average (51.7%) 4.1 percentage points, exceeding the Asian average (46.7%) 9.1 hundred Points. The scale of Internet users in China continues to maintain steady growth, the Internet mode is constantly innovating, the convergence of online and offline services is accelerating, and the pace of online services is accelerating. Among them, the reasons for the continuous growth of Internet users in China can not be separated from the hard work of a group of Chinese programmers.
Programmers have always been a group of people concerned. With the rise of Internet entrepreneurship in recent years, " Internet +", " cloud computing "" artificial intelligence " and " block chain " are developing rapidly. The needs of the preface are more vigorous. In this regard, the 2018 new year just passed, the programmer Inn made a number of investigations on the current status of Chinese programmers’ salary, and conducted a detailed survey of 15W+ excellent programmers and 4000+ developers in 28 provinces, municipalities and special administrative regions, such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong and Zhejiang, which included the Chinese process. Gender, age, working area, living conditions and salary. The investigation report is as follows:
1. The sex ratio of the programmer
Gender ratio of programmers
For a long time, programmers are mostly male, and female programmers are very few. The survey found that the ratio of male to female in programmers is nearly 12:1, which is remarkably similar to that of the inn in 2016 (92.62%:7.38%). The male to female ratio of such " malformed " also explains why many programmers laugh at themselves as " single dog ".
Among them, the proportion of male programmers was 40.7%, and the proportion of female programmers was 35.6%.
2. The age and marital status of the programmer
Age distribution of programmers
Nearly half of the programmers are 25-29 years old, and less than 35 years old, according to the survey. According to the Sohu science and technology network “a brief history of the development of China’s Internet”, China has formally joined the Internet in 1994. The recent big wave of China’s Internet was in 2009, the PC end of the Internet was transferred to the mobile Internet, and the number of Chinese programmers was blowout. This also explains why most Chinese programmers age at the age of 25-34.
Marital status of programmers
As can be seen from the above picture, the majority of the programmers under 24 years of age are single, the programmer group is generally married later, and there are two adults who are unmarried between 30-40 years old.
3. Regional distribution of programmers
Programmer regional distribution map
As can be seen from the map, the number of programmers in Beijing (17.18%), Shanghai (11.04%), Zhejiang province and Guangdong province is the most. From the sample data, the number of Hangzhou (13.50%) in Zhejiang province is the most, Shenzhen (8.59%) and Guangzhou (9.52%) in Guangdong province are the most. In a group of programmers, " flee from the North wide ", and compared with the 2016 Inn survey, it is clear that the number of programmers in Hangzhou and Shenzhen is increasing.
4. The housing conditions of the programmer
Housing conditions for programmers
The results show that nearly 7 of programmers rent more than 1K, nearly 4 of programmers’ rent is above 2K. The detailed data of the survey sample shows that most of the rent above 3K is concentrated in the north and Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and other areas; of all the programmers, 75.6% of the people rented outside, only 12.9% of the programmers are their own houses, the rest of the companies are also wrapped or home.
5, the nature of the programmer’s company
The nature of the programmer company
Charts show that nearly 3/4 of programmers in private enterprises, nearly 10% of programmers are freelancers, state-owned enterprises accounted for only 4.2% of programmers.
6. The current situation of programmer’s job hopping
Programmer’s job hopping
The survey shows that nearly 8 programmers have experienced job hopping. There were 15.2% of 1 job hopping experiences, 20.5% for 2 job hopping, 21.1% for 3 job hopping, and 14.7% of 14.7% programmers with more than 5 and more job hopping experiences. According to the survey, the reasons for job hopping include lack of development space, discrepancy with expected expectations and higher salaries.
7. Programmers are good at language and career direction
Programmers are good at language
Programmer’s career direction
8, the annual salary of the programmer
The annual salary of the programmer
Programmers are generally considered to be highly paid jobs. According to the survey, only 6.2% of the programmers under the annual salary of less than 5W are under 25 years of age, and the working years are only 1-2 years; most of the programmers’ annual salary is 9-30w, and the average monthly salary is above 10K, which is higher than that in other industries; the average annual salary of 400 thousand is 36 years old.
According to the city rankings, the average annual salary in big cities is higher than that in the north. Visible as the IT industry development of " national team ", Shanghai and Beijing IT employees income is obviously in the leading position. The second is the Shenzhen and Hangzhou with excellent IT atmosphere, and the Tencent, HUAWEI and Alibaba have also created the " high salary " status of these urban programmers.
9. The degree to which the programmer is satisfied with the work situation
The programmer is satisfied with the job status
The survey shows that most programmers have a general attitude towards their work status. Nearly 30% programmers are not satisfied with their salaries, and the most satisfied are their colleagues.
10. programmer’s part-time intention
Programmer’s part-time intention
In the last part of the questionnaire, programmers added a part-time intention of programmers, and 93.7% of programmers had part-time intention.
At work, 76.6% of programmers work in private enterprises, and nearly 10% of programmers are freelancers. 77.2% of the programmers have experienced job hopping, and the salary is relatively higher after job hopping. Although Chinese programmers usually work hard and often work overtime, it can be seen that they are very good at their work and do not hold a big negative emotion.
Source: programmer Inn