Upwork’s Top 15 Most Lucrative Programming Languages (based on average hourly rate):

  1. Objective-C $66
  2. Golang $64
  3. Windows PowerShell $62
  4. Excel VBA $60
  5. Kotlin $60
  6. VB.NET $59
  7. Ruby $59
  8. Java $58
  9. Swift $56
  10. C# $56
  11. ASP.NET $56
  12. C++ $55
  13. SQL $54
  14. Python $53
  15. C $52

The top 20 fastest-growing skills, Q2 2019:

  1. ServiceNow
  2. DaVinci Resolve
  3. Social video marketing
  4. Highcharts
  5. PyTorch
  6. Keras
  7. Caspio
  8. LearnDash
  9. Kendo UI
  10. Technical recruiter
  11. Neo4j
  12. Statistical modeling
  13. Salesforce Lightning
  14. Relational databases
  15. d3.js
  16. Motion graphics
  17. MATLAB
  18. Packaging design
  19. SEOMoz
  20. Microsoft Azure

The Upwork 100: Q3 2019

  • .NET Core
  • TypeScript
  • Landing pages
  • eBooks
  • Android
  • Electronic design
  • Presentation
  • Sketch
  • Research
  • Technical recruiter
  • Bank reconciliation
  • Slack
  • Google Tag Manager
  • Sourcing
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Video post-editing
  • LinkedIn recruiting
  • Data visualization
  • Interviewing
  • Interior design
  • System administration
  • Kubernetes
  • Data scraping
  • Technical documentation
  • Project scheduling
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • 2D animation
  • Firebase
  • Customer retention marketing
  • Salesforce Lightning
  • DevOps
  • Selenium
  • Accounts receivable management
  • Microsoft Windows Azure
  • Database design
  • AutoCAD
  • Usability testing
  • C development
  • Accounts payable management
  • Lead generation
  • Product descriptions
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
  • Circuit design
  • eLearning
  • Google Docs
  • Docker
  • GitHub
  • Redux for JavaScript
  • Business planning
  • Data entry
  • Motion graphics
  • Infographics
  • Architecture
  • ASP.NET
  • Asana
  • Instagram marketing
  • Shopify development
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • Architectural rendering
  • PostgreSQL administration
  • Salesforce app development
  • Python
  • Magento 2
  • Link building
  • MongoDB
  • Bootstrap
  • SEO writing
  • Web scraping
  • Animation
  • Network security
  • 3D rendering
  • Agile project management
  • Administrative support
  • Data mining
  • Internet research
  • English grammar
  • Squarespace
  • Elasticsearch
  • Startup consulting
  • AWS Lambda
  • Branding
  • Media relations
  • Appointment setting
  • 3D design
  • Bookkeeping
  • Romance writing
  • Budgeting and forecasting
  • Product design
  • Financial accounting
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Zendesk
  • Accounting
  • Virtual assistant
  • Google Cloud Platform
  • Postgre SQL programming
  • Tax preparation
  • Embedded systems
  • Audio editing
  • Google Analytics
  • Amazon S3

The word “Feedback” makes people nervous, tense, and defensive. When used incorrectly, it can do the opposite that will result to decrease in performance, or even crushes your member’s morale.

In this video, you will learn three steps that will help you give your team member’s feedback that’s frequent, effective, and get the outcome you need.

Giving feedback is an incredibly powerful tool that must be provided on time to maximize the desired performance!

https://youtu.be/hnEvbep-800
https://soundcloud.com/mattlaker-podcast/3-steps-on-how-to-give-an-effective-feedback-to-your-team-members

I was so enthusiastic about Apple products that my friends called me “The Unofficial Brand Ambassador”. I was so used to Apple products that I would probably call it an ADDICTION or maybe I was just trapped in their ecosystem of “seamlessly” interconnected tools. Then I had to get new computers for my team at the office because our Macs started overheating so much that marshmallows would melt on them. Check this out! Here’s my new, out of the box PC parts and accessories I just bought. You can also go to a local computer store to build and customize an on-demand powerful PC in just a couple of hours. Have it your way – for 10x less money and with no addictions.