Payscale.com says the top 25 percent of computer programmers average (not including bonuses) $79,502 per year, while the comparable number for senior software engineers is $121,348.
SalaryList.com, which purports to scan real jobs, shows the highest computer programmer/developer salary to be $109,000.
Do programmers get paid well?
Your exact work depends on the programming languages you’ve learned, whether you’re a front or back-end developer, and similar. Glassdoor rates the average base pay for web developers at $93,000 per year. That’s much higher than PayScale ($58,000) and Salary.com, which claims a median of $60,000.
How much money can you make as a programmer?
The median annual wage for computer programmers was $84,280 in May 2018. The median wage is the wage at which half the workers in an occupation earned more than that amount and half earned less. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $48,790, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $134,630.
How much does a coder make a year?
Coding Salary: How Much Do Computer Coders Make? According to an average of the PayScale, ZipRecruiter and Glassdoor estimates, computer coders make an average salary of $65,352 per year.
How can I make money as a computer programmer?
Here are five ways to earn cash while learning to code.
- Make Apps. Most people seriously over-estimate the skill level required to build an app.
- Work for Locals. Start-ups and big businesses naturally require professional-level programming.
- Run Tutorials.
- Freelance (Wisely)
- Enter Coding Contests.
Is coding a stressful job?
In general I don’t think programming can really be called stressful, but stressful programming jobs definitely exist. If you want a relaxing job, there are lots of those around. But even that could feel stressful if you really can’t get the job done and your manager puts more and more pressure on you.
Can I be a programmer without a degree?
So yeah, finding a job as a programmer is possible even without a degree, you just need to show your skills. If you can show that you are skilled, with eg your own projects, contributions to open-source projects and/or interesting articles, then your lack of a degree will barely matter in many cases.