Go to school, so you can be rich!
Does this appear cliché or comes across a familiar sentence once heard or told to you? If otherwise, then you must have been in limbo.
General knowledge has had us stuck with the conventional process of seeking education in a field of interest or persuasion not for the sake of intelligence, but for the greater good of remuneration or earning power.
A very few people were perhaps lucky early enough to have discovered their place of interest or passion and had followed it thoroughly which begat some worthy earning power or for some others the peace that comes with identifying purpose.
Could education, the place of skill, or just the easy access to information at the right time [association and information] be the yardstick for financial liberation? Do Web developers require formal education or could this be attained without certification? I would be shedding light on these doubts in this article.
There is an unwritten law that higher education equates to a bigger salary, but how much more money can a degree add to your income? Here are some comparisons on a Web developer and their educational merit.
When the education level is Certificate or Diploma, the average salary of a Web Developer is 10,900 AED per month, while others with a Bachelor's Degree get a salary of 17,100 AED per month, which means 57% more than someone having a Certificate or Diploma degree.
A Master's Degree holder gets paid an average salary of 28,600 AED per month; this is 68% more than someone with a Bachelor's Degree. Interesting right?
A Bachelor's Degree is the most common level of education for a Web Developer.
The average hourly wage in Dubai is 110 AED, which means that the average Web Developer in Dubai earns approximately 110 AED for each hour worked. Usually, jobs are classified into two categories: salaried jobs and hourly jobs. As the name goes by, Salaried jobs pay a fixed amount regardless of the working hours, compared to Hourly jobs which pay based on the worked hour.
Overtime eligibility is a significant distinction between salaried and hourly employees. In contrast to hourly employees, salaried employees are usually exempt from overtime.
A Web Developer in Dubai can expect to earn around 18,300 AED per month. When compared to hourly paid developers, salaries can range from 8,400 AED to 29,000 AED per month. This is the average monthly salary, which includes housing, transportation, and other benefits. Web Developers' salaries vary greatly depending on experience, skills, gender, and location.
According to an analysis based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in the United Arab Emirates, the average pay for a Web Developer is AED 268,332 a year and AED 110 an hour. The average web design salary range and Web Developer is between AED 189,837 and AED 334,411.
In Dubai, the average monthly salary for a front-end developer is AED 5,551.
According to a recent survey conducted on over 36 Salaries in Dubai, the average monthly salary for a back-end developer is AED 5,371.
Well, it has been seen that the more years of experience the higher your wage. Upon reviewing Developer's salaries by experience level, we observed that a Web Developer with less than two years of experience earns approximately 9,530 AED per month. While an experienced developer between two and five years is expected to earn 12,700 AED per month, which is about 34% more than someone with two years or less experience.
So, does education necessarily translate to being rich? No!
In this context, experience and skill have paved the earning power of the Web developers in Dubai.
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