How to Become a Python Developer
How Much Do Python Developers Make?
According to Glassdoor, the national average salary for a Python Developer is $76,526 in the United States, with salaries ranging from $58,000 to $107,000. Salaries are slightly lower north of the border, with the national average salary for a Python Developer only $63,440 in Canada, with salaries ranging from $44,000 to $107,000.
When it comes to Python, however, it’s also important to consider the earning potential of related jobs, including Data Scientist, Data Analyst, and Web Developer, among others.
For example, Web Developers have a median annual income between $78,000 (Indeed) and $88,000 (Glassdoor). The average salary for Web Developers in the United States is $71,531, with Senior Developers averaging $95,325. That makes web development one of the most lucrative roles in tech.
On the data side, Glassdoor reported the average base salary for a Data Scientist at $84,000 a year in Canada (and $110,000 for a Senior Data Scientist), and over $113,000 in the U.S. (and $134,000 for a Senior Data Scientist). The average salary for a Data Analyst in the U.S., meanwhile, is $75,086, and it rises to $96,852 among Senior Data Analysts.
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