Back in March, Glassdoor.com made a list of the 25 highest-paying in-demand jobs in the country. Of the 25 careers listed, almost half were in tech and required a working knowledge of code. The world of coding is vast and there are many different languages to learn. But some of these languages are considered more valuable in the workforce than others. Late last year, Coding Dojo constructed a list of the eight most in-demand programming languages among professionals, a valuable resource to anyone looking to start a career in tech or pick up a new skill to apply to their industry. Insidermonkey experts made a list of 10 most in demand programming languages to learn in 2017.
Programming is a great job for anyone with an analytical or mathematical mind. It’s an ever-changing career because websites and apps are always being developed and changed, so companies need programmers to make sure everything works properly. Most programmers know several languages to write their scripts in but have greater skill in one area. If you’re more focused on making money, check out the list of the 11 Most Profitable Programming Languages to Learn in 2016 to see what can get you the most cash for your work.