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Force.com Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine

Force.com Developer Salary in the US

The average Force.com developer salary in America is $111,000 a year and hourly rate is $68. Junior level positions start at $50,000 a year while most experienced experts make up to $145,000 a year. These statistics are based on the salaries extracted from Indeed.com job descriptions in August 2018. The most of the developers are required at the moment in:
Austin, TX, San Francisco, CA, New York, NY

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Recent Force.com Jobs in the US

1 Salesforce Developer
Should know Sales Force AppExchange Apps, configured and maintained user security permissions in compliance with organizational needs....

2 Digital Media Specialist Intern
Description: Fusion Risk Management is recognized as the most innovative and fastest growing provider of business continuity, IT disaster recovery and crisis...

3 Salesforce Project Manager (Remote)
Appirio, a Wipro Company helps customers improve Worker & Customer experiences with outcome-oriented consultants who bring the latest digital thinking and...

4 Territory Sales Manager - South Atlantic
Key Duties: The Territory Sales Manager has prior demonstrable success selling to molecular laboratories and hospitals and is responsible for developing and...

5 Marketing Back-end Web Developer
Xylem (XYL) is a leading global water technology company committed to developing innovative technology solutions to the world’s water challenges. The Company...

Force.com Developer Salary in the UK

The average Force.com specialist salary in the United Kingdom is £59,000 a year and hourly rate is £36. Entry level positions start at £40,000 a year while most experienced developers make up to £85,000 a year. These numbers are based on the salaries parsed from Indeed.co.uk job descriptions in August 2018. The most of the developers are needed today in:
London

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Recommended Force.com Jobs in the UK

1 Engineering Team Lead
Do you love working with people who have heart, passion and solid development skills? Sage People recognises what it takes to be world-class and we’re looking...

2 Salesforce Administrator
Salesforce, SFDC, Salesforce.com, APEX, SOQL, Lightning, Visual Force, ADM211, Force.com Developer, Salesforce Platform Developer, Salesforce App Builder,...

3 Lead Salesforce Technical Analyst / Business Analyst - CRM
Lead Technical Analyst / Lead Technical Business Analyst - Salesforce, CRM As a SME in Salesforce from a Technical Analyst perspective are you passionate...

4 Cloud Consultant - CIOA
AutoReq ID 133390BR Job Title Cloud Consultant - CIOA Country United Kingdom Location London Function Management Consulting Service Line Tech Enablement...

5 Salesforce Lead Developer
An exciting and challenging opportunity for a Lead Salesforce Developer to work within and lead a credible third-party team of technical Salesforce resources....

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The True Cost of Hiring an In-house vs Remote Force.com Developer in Ukraine

Generally hiring managers face the “in-house vs outsource” difficulty. The biggest mistake CTOs, CEOs, and startup founders make when selecting (and comparing) developers is: they ignore the embedded costs. In reality, there are numerous and substantial costs involved in hiring and maintaining employees. An in-house developer (or any worker) is always more expensive than his salary when you factor in embedded costs which aren’t reflected in the employee’s salary:
  • employee benefits (+10%)
  • administration and infrastructure (+10%)
  • paid leaves (+10%)
  • training (+5%)
  • management (+5%)
  • recruitment (+10%)

The outsourcing firm faces the same embedded costs (though maybe in less amounts). The only difference is it had already factored these costs into its price quote. So, let’s take a fresh look at the adjusted (salary + 50%) numbers.

PeriodUS vs UkraineUK vs Ukraine
1 dev/m$13,250$3,200£6,750£2,400
1 dev/y$159,000$38,400£81,000£28,800
10 devs/m$132,500$32,000£67,500£24,000
10 devs/y$1,590,000$384,000£810,000£288,000
US = United States, UK = United Kingdom
In this case, outsourcing to Ukraine is the most cost-effective choice.

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