The number of web developers working in retail has been on the decline for a number of years now, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
As of January 1, 2018, the number of full-time web developers had declined to 11.7 percent of all jobs, according a study released on Tuesday by McKinsey.
However, the percentage of people who were working in those roles was increasing.
According to the McKinsey study, more than 20 percent of web development jobs in the U, as of January 2018, were held by people with graduate degrees or more, and a whopping 59.4 percent of those jobs were in the tech sector.
The data also found that nearly half of jobs held by those with at least a bachelor’s degree were web developers, with almost three quarters of them being in the finance, insurance and real estate industry.
In addition, McKinsey found that half of all full-timers who had at least one year of experience with web development were employed in the industry, and that about a quarter of those positions were in retail.
The study also found the percentage holding a bachelor degree or higher, which is required for a bachelor of computer science degree, was growing.
The percentage of web developer jobs in retail grew from 6.4 in January 2018 to 12.7 in January 2019.
“The growth in full- and part-time jobs in this industry is driven by the growth in the number and complexity of apps being developed,” McKinsey wrote in the report.
“App developers have more complex needs and requirements that require more computing resources, and more complex software packages.”
The average number of developers in retail rose from 1,912 in 2015 to 1,997 in 2017, while the average amount of software developers per job increased from 1.2 to 1.6.
The report also found about 70 percent of the jobs in online retail are part-timing, with less than 20 hours of full time work per week.
The McKinsey report also examined trends in full time web developer positions, including the types of jobs that are being filled, the type of jobs being outsourced, and how much they cost.
As you can see below, the amount of workers in retail that are part time has fallen from 1 in 2016 to about 0.3 percent in 2017.
The McKinsey article found that part- time jobs are growing at a slower rate than full- time work.
The most recent job growth in retail jobs was in the healthcare and related industries, where full-and-part-time positions rose by more than 1 percent in the last 12 months, from 1 percent to 2.1 percent.