Which Pays Higher: Cloud or Mobile Development Jobs?

When it comes to the highest paying jobs in IT, Staff.com did some looking around. It seems that they've shown that it is a good day to be a developer. Ranking highest in their results were mobile application developers, who make an average of $94,000 a year. Better yet are those mobile developers living in the UK that average $105,000 a year.

Of course, while Cloud might not have ranked highest in salaries, they did indicate it is the fastest growing area in IT with 1.7 million cloud-related jobs having gone unfilled in 2012.

They created the following inforgraphic, which pulls this information together.

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