In a remote-first world, companies across all sectors suddenly have access to global talent. With the demand for technological solutions across all industries, U.S. companies can find qualified tech professionals to fill essential and specialized tech roles. Learn about this unique talent market and why many U.S. companies chose nearshoring to Mexico instead of outsourcing elsewhere.
In 2021, tech salaries in the U.S. were averaging about six figures, according to data from SHRM, with the biggest pay increase going to web developers between 2020 and 2021. SHRM listed the average salary for a software developer in the U.S. is around $120,204 per year.
These high salaries can make it difficult for growing companies to fill necessary positions and fuel their growth.
Because of the country’s lower cost of living, Mexico’s market has affordable salaries for tech professionals with comparable experience and education to their U.S. counterparts. According to our survey, the average IT salary for a senior Mexican tech professional is $4,285.99 or about $51,431.88 per year. This average salary fluctuates considerably depending on the years of experience, education, region, and the types of technologies they work with.
Our comprehensive IT salary guide goes beyond listing average salaries. The ebook covers an array of relevant data points useful for hiring managers and companies across all industries looking for the right tech talent.
From top used programming languages to basic demographics, the Mexico Tech Salaries Report 2023 gives a multi-layered look into a burgeoning tech ecosystem next door.
Download the full ebook to get deep insights into the tech labor market in Mexico.