Xamarin Developer Rates


The Ultimate Guide to Xamarin Developer Hourly Rates

In the United States, the average hourly pay for a Xamarin Developer is $55.13. The majority of Xamarin Developer salaries fall within a range, with the 25th percentile at $43.27 per hour and the 75th percentile at $66.59 per hour. For the top earners, those in the 90th percentile, the hourly wage reaches as high as $75.24.

The Xamarin Developer’s Average Hourly Rate (USD)

When comparing hourly rates for Xamarin developers across ZipRecruiter, Glassdoor, and Talent.com, there are noticeable variances. ZipRecruiter generally presents mid-tier rates, being surpassed by Talent.com for junior and mid-level positions, but aligning with both Talent.com and Glassdoor for senior developers. On the other hand, Glassdoor tends to offer slightly lower rates for junior and mid-level roles compared to the other two platforms. Interestingly, all three platforms converge at the same rate for senior developers.

Xamarin Developer Hourly Rates by Region

RegionAverage Hourly Rate (USD)
North America$45 - $120
South America$20 - $60
Western Europe$35 - $75
Eastern Europe$25 - $55
Australia$40 - $90
Asia$15 - $40
Africa$10 - $30

North America and Australia tend to have the highest hourly rates for Xamarin developers, closely followed by Western Europe. Eastern Europe, South America, Asia, and Africa generally offer more competitive rates, with Asia and Africa presenting the lowest ranges. The variations in these rates can be attributed to factors such as living costs, local market demand, and the prevalence of Xamarin expertise in each region.

Xamarin vs. Other App Development Frameworks

FrameworkAverage Hourly Rates (USD)
React Native$50 - $120
Flutter$45 - $115
Ionic$40 - $105
Swift$60 - $140
Corona$35 - $90
Appcelerator Titanium$40 - $110
NativeScript$45 - $115
Adobe PhoneGap$40 - $105
Framework 7$35 - $100
jQuery Mobile$30 - $95

Swift developers, often focused on iOS development, tend to command the highest hourly rates, followed by Xamarin and React Native developers, reflecting the demand and expertise associated with these frameworks. Flutter and NativeScript developers are situated in the middle of the range, indicative of their growing popularity and community support. 

Developers specializing in Corona, Appcelerator Titanium, Adobe PhoneGap, Framework 7, and jQuery Mobile generally have lower hourly rates, which may correlate with the more niche or declining demand for these technologies. These rates vary significantly based on the developer’s experience, location, and other factors.

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