At the speed the cloud tech space is developing, it can be hard to keep track of everything that’s happening within the AWS ecosystem. Advances in technology prompt smarter functionality and innovative new products, which in turn give rise to new job roles that have a ripple effect on the broader industry.
Whichever side of the job market you’re on, staying in the loop with trends in the cloud space is vital to staying competitive, hiring the best talent, or making sure your skills align with those in demand from today’s businesses.
That’s why we [at Jefferson Frank] conduct in-depth research every year to help customers and professionals alike keep pace with changes in the AWS ecosystem. Jefferson Frank recently released the latest AWS Salary Survey Report at re:Invent, collated from months of extensive research into the AWS marketplace, and self-reported insight from thousands of AWS professionals.
This investigation uncovered a wealth of fascinating results, from employee sentiments and diversity issues, to average salaries and certification levels.
In this article, we’ll take a look at the top 5 key findings from the Jefferson Frank Salary Report. When you’re ready to begin — or advance — your AWS skills, you’ll want to check out Cloud Academy. It offers AWS training on the new generation of cloud training, for both professionals and enterprises. Cloud Academy’s AWS Training Library is a hub of highly-rated resources including learning paths, courses, labs, quizzes, and exams to enable you to get the right training to put you on the right track for AWS success.
#1 AWS Salary Finding: 83% of AWS partner employees expect to see an increase in their workload in the coming year
The global public cloud industry is expected to reach a value of around $1,132 billion by 2023, giving the market a compound annual growth rate of 23%