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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 $110,000 a year and hourly rate is $67. 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 October 2018. The most of the developers are required at the moment in:
San Francisco, CA, New York, NY, Chicago, IL

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Recent Force.com Jobs in the US

1 Salesforce Developer
Job Summary Job Title : Salesforce Developer Location : Cincinnati, OH Duration : 12+ Months Job Description: Responsibilities - Be able to contribute...

2 Solutions Architect
Are you an CRM expert with a passion for process driven design and architecture standardization? Do you want to work for a high performing technology team? Do...

3 Sr Lead IT Developer
JOB DUTIES: Sr. Lead IT Developer for Ecolab Inc. at its facility in St. Paul, MN. Responsible for the design, development and support of applications that...

4 Solutions Architect
A technology martial artist with out of the box thinking SUMMARY Are you an CRM expert with a passion for process driven design and architecture...

5 Presales Solution Engineer - Public Sector
Company Description ------------------- Vlocity is a fast-growing enterprise applications company focused on bringing industry-specific business processes to...

Force.com Developer Salary in the UK

The average Force.com specialist salary in the United Kingdom is £51,000 a year and hourly rate is £32. Entry level positions start at £25,000 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 October 2018. The most of the developers are needed today in:
London

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Recommended Force.com Jobs in the UK

1 Functional / Technical Consultant
Job Description We are conducting a search for an experienced Consultant to join our client's Customer Success team with growth plans to double over the next...

2 Full time Warehouse Operative
Job Description Are you looking for a full time opportunity in the Manchester area? A chance to get consistent hours in a full time role (40 hours or more)...

3 Warehouse Operative Part - time evenings ( 16:30 - 20:30 ) R...
Are you looking for part-time work as a warehouse operative? Are you interested in working with a company that leads the way in technology, customer service...

4 Warehouse Operative Full-time Days ( 9am - 5:30pm) Rochester
Are you looking for full timework as a warehouse operative? Are you interested in working with a company that leads the way in technology, customer service...

5 Weekend only Warehouse Operative
Job Description Are you looking for a Part time opportunity in the Manchester airport area? A chance to get consistent hours in each and every weekend? Then...

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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$13,125$3,200£5,750£2,400
1 dev/y$157,500$38,400£69,000£28,800
10 devs/m$131,250$32,000£57,500£24,000
10 devs/y$1,575,000$384,000£690,000£288,000
US = United States, UK = United Kingdom
In this case, outsourcing to Ukraine is the most cost-effective choice.

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