Oklahoma software developers have a hard time getting hired in other states.
It’s because Oklahoma has a bad reputation for being too tough on jobseekers.
That’s one reason many Oklahomans are opting to take the software development job in Denver instead of elsewhere.
But it also explains why Oklahoma software developer recruitors are seeing a huge surge in applications for the jobs in Denver, a city that is one of the most expensive to build in the country.
Oklahoman software developer jobs with an OKC metro area market share of 8.5% Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics, JobSeeker.com The US Census Bureau estimates that the US has the highest rate of job growth in the world.
And it’s not just job growth.
The rate of new jobs has been climbing in every major economic sector in the US.
Oklahoma, however, has been among the hardest hit in terms of job creation.
Oklahoma has the second-highest job growth rate in the nation among the states, according to the Census Bureau’s latest estimate.
Oklahoma has a population of about 5.8 million people, which means about 1.4 million Oklahomen are working in the software industry.
About 1.1 million of those jobs are in software development.
The median salary in Oklahoma is $61,000.
But many Oknesians earn far less than that.
A survey by McKinsey found that in the past four years, Oklahoms’ median pay was just $31,200, about $1,200 less than the median US income.
That puts Oklahomes in the same class as the bottom fifth of the US workforce, which is about half the size of Oklahoma.
And the median pay in Oklahoma for a software engineer was $65,700, nearly $8,100 less than Oklahoma’s median US salary.
Oklahoma is the fourth-highest-paying state for software engineers, according the McKinsey survey.
Oklahoma software engineer pay has been stagnant for yearsOklahoma Software Development and Technology Center, a software development company that provides software development and design services to businesses, found that the median salary for a development manager was $64,200 in 2017, and the median for a design manager was only $43,000, according data from the Oklahoma Department of Labor.
But those numbers aren’t the whole picture.
Some software developers are making more money than the average Oklahomer.
Software developers at the Oklahoma Center for Software Development are making an average of $67,200 a year, according To The Top, an online job-hunting site that tracks salaries.
There are more software engineers than software developers.
This infographic from the McKinley survey shows that the average salary for software developer is about $61.10 per hour.
That compares to an average salary of $49.10 for software developers in Colorado.
Oklahoma’s average annual salary for an software developer was $57,600, according Datafolks, a salary website that tracks compensation for software workers.
That is about a tenth of the average US income for software development employees, according McKinsey.
Oklahomens salary for developers is not even that high compared to the US median.
Oklahoma Software Development is also not among the most-expensive states for software, according a recent report from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Oklahoma median software developer pay in 2018 was $55,100, according an analysis by data firm Datafols.
Datafol is one big software development software company, and its salary data was based on data from more than 40,000 Oklahoma companies.
Oktech’s job market is boomingOktech Software Development Company, a technology consulting firm that focuses on software development for the financial services industry, found in 2017 that Oklahoma’s software development market was up about 10% over 2016, according TO The Top.
That means that Oklahoma software companies are hiring more than the US average.
And that means that there are more Oklahos working in software than ever before.
According to McKinsey, Oktech has added about 15,000 software developers to its workforce since it started its software development business in 2012.
OKTech Software Development has added nearly 12,000 developers to the workforce in the last three years.
In 2016, the Oklahoma Office of Technology Development opened its first software development center in Tulsa, which opened in May 2018.
A McKinsey report found that Oklahoma had the most new software development jobs per capita in the entire US.
The state was No. 1 in terms a job market for software jobs, according to McKinsey’s analysis of US Census data.
Oklahoma ranked first in software job growth and software developer population in 2018, according Dataworld.
Oklahoma had more software developers than the United States average in 2017 and 2018, and that was the first time Oklahoma had surpassed the US as a top software developer destination.
OkTech Software’s growth has led