The 10th Annual Open Source Jobs Report

The 10th Annual Open Source Jobs Report provides practical information on the state of open source talent that employers may use to guide their hiring, training, and diversity awareness efforts. It also provides IT professionals with clear, unbiased insights on which skills are most marketable.

Key findings from the report include:

  • There remains a shortage of qualified open source talent.
  • Compensation has become a greater differentiating factor.
  • Certifications hit new levels of importance.
  • Cloud and container technology skills remain the most in demand this year.
  • Cybersecurity concerns are mounting.
  • Companies are willing to spend more to avoid delaying projects.

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More About LF Research

Open source communities are at the heart of an explosion of technical innovation, where industry leaders, engineers, and end users are collectively creating and improving the digital infrastructure on which the global economy depends.

With an extensive community of members, connections with thousands of companies, and hundreds of thousands of open source contributors, professionals, solution providers, and users, the Linux Foundation is in a unique position to investigate the growing scale of open source collaboration, and provide insights into emerging technology trends, best practices, and global impact of open source projects.

By leveraging project databases and networks, and through a commitment to best practices in quantitative and qualitative methodologies, Linux Foundation Research is designed to be the go-to repository for open source insights for the benefit of organizations and governments the world over.