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Average Salary by Degree/Major Subject for Industry: Web Development

Industry: Web Development
Salary by Degree
Degree/Major Subject
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Bachelor's Degree
131 salaries
£16,356 - £39,976  
   
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Computer Science (CS)
30 salaries
£18,051 - £57,107  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Computing
8 salaries
£20,558 - £24,813  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Software Engineering
7 salaries
£22,601 - £29,672  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Graphic Design
7 salaries
£15,931 - £20,000  
Master of Computer Science (MCS), Computer Science (CS)
5 salaries
£25,000 - £54,750  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Multimedia & Web Design
5 salaries
£18,500 - £25,600  
Country: United Kingdom | Currency: GBP | Updated: 25 Apr 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 161

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