As a mobile engineer or developer, you will work hard and be responsible for designing, developing and maintaining mobile applications. But do you know what your market value is in terms of salary and benefits? Knowing your market value will help you better negotiate your salary and benefits.

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As a Mobile Developer, it is important to know your market value. Knowing your market value allows you to raise your profile and negotiate salary and benefits.

Many Mobile engineers discover after hearing their market value that they are underpaid and that there is no transparency about construction. Discover your market value with our tool and receive it on your 06 number within one business day. If you wish, we will remove your number afterwards.

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As a mobile engineer or developer, it is important to know your market value. Determining your market value can help you optimize your salary and benefits and chart a career path that fits your ambitions. Therefore, it is important to be aware of the salaries prevalent in your region and industry.

We help you understand your market value so you can earn more. We guarantee that this is going to help you boost your professional development and focus on the most important goals for your career.

So, want to know your worth as a mobile engineer or developer and earn more? Discover your market value and get smart about your salary negotiations.


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As a mobile developer, you will be responsible for designing, developing and maintaining mobile applications for various platforms, such as iOS and Android. The salary of a mobile developer depends on several factors, such as the size of the company, its location and the level of experience and skills required for the position. For example, mobile developers in large companies with complex applications may earn higher salaries than mobile developers in small companies.

In general, a mobile developer can expect a good salary because mobile applications are becoming increasingly important for companies that want to better serve their customers and increase their market share.

As a mobile developer, it is important to be aware of the salaries that are prevalent in the industry and region in which you work. It allows you to better negotiate salary and fringe benefits. Moreover, it can help you choose the right job and develop a career path that fits your skills and ambitions.

Salaries of mobile developers have risen steadily in recent years, mainly because of the growing demand for mobile applications and the increasing complexity of the technologies used to develop them. Moreover, the role of a mobile developer has become increasingly important in today’s digital world, where mobile applications are an essential part of a company’s success.

By knowing your market value and negotiating salary and benefits, you as a mobile developer can ensure that you are rewarded according to your worth!

Earn more than the rest.

At Team Rockstars IT, we work with a 70/30 model. Also known as a midlance construction, or the midlance model. Because we believe that good performance should be rewarded, most (70%) of the revenue goes to those who really make a difference: we call them IT Rockstars!

Within this construction, the securities of permanent employment (at least monthly 55% of your own turnover, comparable to a market-based fixed salary) are combined with the freedoms from being self-employed: you choose your own projects. As a rule, software developers advance 25% to 40% at Team Rockstars IT, naturally continuing to make annual strides as their market value grows.

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