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The average Ruby Developer salary around the world is £40,616. For Junior roles, Denmark and Sweden pay the highest salaries for their Junior Ruby Developers offering 420,455kr (£49,170) and 420,468kr (£37,516) respectively. Spain pays the lowest amount to Junior Ruby Developers offering a starting salary of €17,457 (£15,185). The average Junior Ruby Developer salary is £30,229.
The highest mid-range Ruby Developer salaries are in Denmark and Sweden where you can expect a salary of around 540,149kr (£63,163) in Denmark and 540,235kr (£48,039) in Sweden. The lowest salary for mid-level Ruby Developers can be found in Spain where developers can expect a salary of €32,456 (£28,232). The average mid-range Ruby Developer salary is £39,132.
Salaries for Senior Ruby Developers are strong in all of the countries surveyed. Denmark offers Senior Ruby Developers the highest salaries at 660,537kr (£77,136) with Sweden in second place offering 660,538kr (£58,737). The average senior Ruby Developer salary is £52,486.
These Ruby Developer salary figures are based on 1,483 data points as part of the annual Pearson Frank Salary Survey.