Mobile Development Salaries to Rise 8.2% Next Year

Staffing firm Robert Half Technology has released its list of “Seven Promising Jobs” for 2012, and mobile application developer tops the lists. The firm predicts that mobile developers will earn between $72,500 and $102,750 next year, an 8.2 percent increase over 2011. Web developers also landed on the list with expected salaries between $58,750 and $85,000 — 5.3 percent higher than last year.

Other promising jobs on the list included Web designer, network engineer, data warehouse analyst, data security analyst and SEO/SEM specialist.

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