Objective-C Developer Rates


Objective-C Developer Pay Insights: An Hourly Rates Guide for Developers

The average hourly wage for an Objective C Developer in the United States stands at $53.29. Most Objective C Developers earn between $34.38 and $76.92, representing the 25th to 75th percentile, respectively, across the nation.

The Average Hourly Rate for Objective-C Developers Revealed

Across the three platforms, ZipRecruiter consistently offers lower salary estimates than Glassdoor for all experience levels of Objective-C developers, while PayScale tends to provide the lowest figures. Glassdoor often suggests slightly higher rates, especially for junior and mid-level developers. The differences between the platforms become less pronounced at the senior developer level, but the pattern remains consistent.

How Much Does an Objective-C Dev Make Worldwide?

RegionAverage Hourly Rate (USD)
North America$34 to $76
South America$20 to $35
Western Europe$30 to $70
Eastern Europe$25 to $45
Australia$32 to $74
Asia$15 to $30
Africa$10 to $22

North America tends to command the highest hourly rates for Objective-C developers, closely followed by Australia and Western Europe. Eastern Europe and South America present moderate rates, while Asia and Africa typically offer the most economical options. These rates reflect broad generalizations and might differ based on the specific country, urban versus rural locations, and the experience and specialization of the developer.

Weighing Objective-C Hourly Rates Against Other Programming Languages

Programming LanguageAverage Hourly Rate (USD)
Python$43 - $67
JavaScript$45 - $67
SQL$37 - $56
Java$48 - $63
PHP$44 - $58
C#$37 - $59
TypeScript$53 - $64
Scala$50 - $66
R$30 - $52
Golang$38 - $61
Swift$50 - $69

Python, JavaScript, and Java have closely matched hourly rates. TypeScript and Scala also show a similar trend in compensation, with Swift slightly ahead, marking it among the top earners. PHP, C#, and Golang hover around the mid-range, whereas SQL and R generally present the more economical options among the listed languages. 

It’s evident that newer or more specialized languages like Swift, Objective-C, and Scala command competitive rates, while mainstream languages like JavaScript and Java maintain strong earning potentials.

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