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July 28, 2017 - Marina D

Supply and Demand for a React Front End Developer in Ukraine

Developed and maintained primarily by none other than Facebook and Instagram, ReactJS is a small JavaScript library whose reputation is anything but small. It’s used to build highly dynamic user interfaces, and its component-based architecture offers the ease of scalability to any application. This frontend library also works well with various backend frameworks, such as Laravel with PHP. What’s more, with React Native, its powers can be further extended to native applications for Android, iOS, and Windows.

Unsurprisingly, React has the most stars on Github among all front end JavaScript frameworks and libraries, with 71,634 stars as of writing. Moreover, according to the 2017 Stack Overflow Developer Survey, 19.5% of all developers worldwide use React.  Let’s take a look at the supply and demand for a ReactJS developer in Ukraine.

React Front End Developer in Ukraine

How are a React and JavaScript front end developer distributed in Ukraine, and are these matched by the corresponding demand for React and JavaScript frontend developer? Let’s find out.

Ukrainian Job Boards

To answer this question, let’s take a look at the websites which connect job seekers and employers. Here are some of the most popular job boards in Ukraine:

  • DOU – this is a popular Ukrainian IT job matching website where employers looking for developers can find them. Employers simply post the details and requirements for the position under the correct technology category, and job seekers can browse through these postings and apply for those they feel qualified for.
  • Djinni.co – this is marketed as an anonymous job search website, where job seekers can post their CVs without their names and identities being revealed to the public. This site caters to job seekers who are concerned about privacy issues with usual job search websites. Moreover this portal provides the stats on the salaries of different developers.
  • Rabota.ua – this is another job board for Ukrainian employers and job seekers. With Rabota.ua, in addition to employers posting jobs, job seekers can also create their resumes, which employers may browse to find candidates for their jobs. Moreover, in addition to IT jobs, it also caters to the financial and pharmaceutical industries.
  • Work.ua – a popular Ukrainian job search website that allows users to post CVs as well as job vacancies, and it covers all industries. Moreover, it also caters to students looking for part-time work, as well as those who are looking for home-based jobs.
  • LinkedIn – LinkedIn combines the ideas of job boards and social networking: in addition to allowing job seekers to post CVs and employers to post jobs, it also allows its users to create a professional network with other users with whom they have worked professionally.

find and hire React JS developer at UA job boards

Google search frequency for three popular job boards in Ukraine (screenshot from Google Trends)

React and Frontend Developers in Ukraine

With Ukraine’s booming IT industry, the country houses more than 90,000 IT professionals, of which around 50,000 are software developers.

Let’s take a look at the distribution of React front end developer in different Ukrainian cities (our research will be based on the main IT job boards in Ukraine: Djinni.co and DOU.ua). On Djinni.co, the distribution of React and frontend developers based on uploaded CVs are as follows:

React Developers Frontend Developers
  • Kyiv – 163
  • Lviv – 31
  • Odessa – 16
  • Kharkiv – 42
  • Zaporizhia – 5
  • Dnipro – 13
  • Kyiv – 438
  • Lviv – 103
  • Odessa – 57
  • Kharkiv – 188
  • Zaporizhia – 11
  • Dnipro – 58

supply for remote front end developer

Distribution of React and frontend developers in different Ukrainian cities (data taken from Djinni.co)

Meanwhile, the demand for React and frontend developers based on job postings on DOU are as follows:

React Developers Frontend Developers
  • Kyiv – 26
  • Lviv – 3
  • Odessa – 5
  • Kharkiv – 4
  • Zaporizhia – 3
  • Dnipro – 5
  • Kyiv – 209
  • Lviv – 58
  • Odessa – 31
  • Kharkiv – 56
  • Zaporizhia – 14
  • Dnipro – 30

demand for JavaScript frontend developer in Ukraine

Distribution of demand for React and frontend developers in different Ukrainian cities (data taken from DOU)

Kyiv has, by far, the highest supply and demand for React and frontend developers, a solid indication that it is at the heart of Ukraine’s IT industry.

React Front End Developer Salary

According to DOU, the average monthly salary for a JavaScript developer, which includes React developers, is $1800, which translates to an average React frontend developer hourly rate of $10.26 or an annual rate of $21,680. Hiring dedicated React JS developers allows you to save over 50% compared to outsourcing, and around 70% compared to in-house hiring.

Hire ReactJS Developer Now

If you’re planning to hire a remote front end developer for your web development project, there’s no better place to look than Mobilunity. We are located in Kyiv, Ukraine’s geographic and IT capital that’s situated at the very heart of Europe. We offer the best ReactJS developers at the most practical rates in all of Europe, so hire React JS developer from us now or learn more about our outstaffing services.

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