JOB REPORT: Integration Developers



Since we are seeing a trending demand in companies hiring integration developers across the US, we took a deep dive into CareerBuilder’s Salaries & Advice tool and US Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook, to provide insight for individuals looking for work.


Here are some highlights for professionals seeking opportunities in integration development:


Number of Job Openings in the US:                                   

29,457 (CareerBuilder’s Estimate)

Average Salary Range: 

$91k to $150k per year


Growth & Similar Occupations:


According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs related to integration development are expected to grow a lot in 2021-2031. In fact, employment is projected to grow by 25%, compared to the average for all occupations, which is just 5%. CareerBuilder suggests that integration developers could look to apply for similar roles within this category. Widen your job search by assessing the following jobs to see if they could also be a good fit for your personal and financial goals: 


  • -Database developer
  • -Integration engineer
  • -Data integrator
  • -SQL developer
  • -Java developer


Resume Advice:


To be considered in this field, you normally need a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, or another related discipline. Some employers might even prefer hiring developers with a master’s degree. In addition, CB recommends a few key responsibilities to include on your resume as an integration developer:


  1. Coordinated software system installation and monitor equipment functioning to ensure specifications were met…
  2. Determined system performance standards…
  3. Recommended purchase of equipment to control…
  4. Obtained and evaluated information on factors such as reporting formats required, costs, and security needs to determine hardware configuration…
  5. Analyzed user needs and software requirements to determine the feasibility of design within time and cost constraints…


Whether you are looking for work as an IT specialist, integration or systems developer, EDI Staffing can help you with your search. With almost 30 years of experience finding work for professionals, our senior recruiters are dedicated to supporting you throughout the entire search and hire process. 


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Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Software Developers, Quality Assurance Analysts, and Testers, at (visited January 18, 2023).


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