Meteor Developer Salaries


The Comprehensive Annual Guide Every Meteor Developer Need

The average annual salary for a Meteor Developer in the United States stands at $104,840. This figure falls within a broader range where the majority of Meteor Developer salaries span from $79,500, marking the 25th percentile, to $127,000, which represents the 75th percentile. This indicates a significant salary variation based on experience and skill set within the profession.

The Average Annual Salary of a Meteor Developer

When comparing average annual salaries for developers across ZipRecruiter, Glassdoor, and, some disparities are evident. For all three experience levels – Junior, Mid-Level, and Senior – consistently reports the highest salary estimates. ZipRecruiter’s estimates tend to fall on the lower end of the spectrum, especially for Junior positions. Glassdoor’s figures are intermediate, staying close to ZipRecruiter for senior roles but exceeding it noticeably for junior and mid-level roles.

Understanding the Geographic Variance in Meteor Developer Salaries

RegionAverage Annual Salary (USD)
North America$75,000 - $130,000
South America$35,000 - $60,000
Western Europe$60,000 - $100,000
Eastern Europe$30,000 - $55,000
Australia$70,000 - $120,000
Asia$40,000 - $75,000
Africa$25,000 - $50,000

North America offers the most competitive salary ranges for Meteor Developers, closely followed by Australia and Western Europe. In contrast, South America, Eastern Europe, Asia, and Africa present more affordable figures, with Africa showing the lowest range. The disparities reflect broader economic trends, cost of living, and the concentration of the tech industry in these regions.

Meteor’s Position Among Popular JavaScript Frameworks

JavaScript FrameworkAverage Annual Salary (USD)
AngularJS$104,500 - $133,500
ReactJS$106,000 - $157,000
Vue.js$120,000 - $149,000
Node.js$108,500 - $153,000
Next.js$108,000 - $146,000
Express.js$99,088 - $146,735
Ember.js$96,000 - $142,000
Svelte$79,500 - $127,000
Gatsby$107,000 - $140,000

ReactJS developers tend to command the highest salary ceilings, followed closely by Vue.js and Node.js. On the other hand, Svelte and Meteor developers generally have a lower starting salary in comparison to most other frameworks listed. 

AngularJS, Next.js, Express.js, Ember.js, and Gatsby developers fall within a mid-range salary bracket, offering moderate to competitive salaries, with their ranges overlapping significantly with each other. This comparison suggests varying demand and market value for expertise in these respective frameworks.

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