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WebGL Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine

WebGL Developer Salary in the US

The average WebGL consultant salary in the United States is $102,000 per year. Begginer level positions start at $75,000 while most experienced developers make up to $135,000. These results are based on the salaries parsed from Indeed.com job descriptions in January 2018. The most of the developers are needed now in: San Francisco, CA, New York, NY, Seattle, WA

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Latest WebGL Jobs in the US

1 Front End Developer Experience with WebGL is a plus. Apple is seeking a Front-End Developer to create data-driven user experiences for apple.com....

2 Architect-Technology JSON, Ext-Js, Java, Spring, SOA, XML, SOAP, Flex, SQLite, iOS, Android, Objective-C, XCode, git, svn, Ant, jQuery, Sencha Touch, dojo, Portals, Drupal, SSO, QR...

3 Sr. UI Engineer Experience visualizing data using D3, WebGL, Three.js, or other innovative technologies is a plus. Tenable is looking for an extraordinary Senior UI Engineer to...

4 Data Visualization Engineer Mastery of Canvas, D3.js, SVG or WEBGL. We are looking for a creative, forward thinking Data Visualization Specialist to join the UI team and contribute to...

5 Computational Designer Develop web-based applications for access by multiple participants in a design process including front-end UI/UX design and/or WebGL controls to utilize 3D...

WebGL Developer Salary in the UK

The average WebGL consultant salary in England is £37,000 a year. Entry level positions start at £25,000 while most experienced programmers make up to £70,000. These numbers are based on the salaries parsed from Indeed.co.uk job descriptions in January 2018. The most of the developers are needed at the moment in: London

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Featured WebGL Jobs in the UK

1 Senior C# Developer C# / Unity / Agile / WebGL. Strong C# / Unity / Agile / WebGL experience. Immersing yourself as a senior member of the development team, you will use your C# /...

2 Software Developer C# C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, WebGL, Ruby and Python. C#, C++, 3D printing, 3D Graphics, CAD systems, geometric modelling, games programming, CAD, maths /...

3 Junior to Mid-level Javascript Developer position Job Summary The Miller Hare Interactive Team is looking for a Junior to Mid-level JavaScript developer to join us. The successful applicant will be self...

4 Graphics Software Engineer Real-time C++ / JS / WebGL data visualisations. Strong experience with a mix of the following - WebGL, OpenGL, OpenGLES, DirectX, Unity3D rendering pipelines....

5 Senior C# Unity Developer Strong C# / Unity / Agile / WebGL experience. Immersing yourself as a senior member of the development team, you will use your C# / Unity / Agile / WebGL skills...

The True Cost of Hiring an In-house vs Remote WebGL Developer in Ukraine

Generally hiring managers face the “in-house vs outsource” dilemma. The biggest mistake CTOs, CEOs, and startup founders make when hiring (and comparing) specialists is: they shut eyes to the embedded costs. In fact, 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 company copes with 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$12,750$3,200£4,625£2,400
1 dev/y$153,000$38,400£55,500£28,800
10 devs/m$127,500$32,000£46,250£24,000
10 devs/y$1,530,000$384,000£555,000£288,000
US = United States, UK = United Kingdom
In this scenario, outsourcing to Ukraine is the most cost-effective decision.

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