What is future of front-end developer?

A front-end web developer is a software engineer who creates web designs using coding languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
If you go to any website, you can notice a front-end developer’s work in the navigation, layouts (including this post), and how a site looks different on your phone (thanks to mobile-first or responsive design).

Jobs as a front-end developer (also known as front-end engineering) are in high demand, and for a good reason: we would not be able to enjoy Internet black holes without them.

Front-end developers in the United States earned an average of $110,000 a year, according to a 2020 Stack Overflow survey(opens in a new tab).
On Indeed.com, there are currently 14,000 available front-end developer positions across the United States, compared to 11,600 open back-end developer jobs.

A job transition to a front-end developer is a fantastic long-term investment.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, web-developer employment in the United States is forecasted to expand by 8% from 2019 to 2029, substantially faster than the national average.

California’s number of web developers is predicted to expand far faster than the average for all occupations - jobs for web developers are expected to grow by 27.6%, or 13,210 jobs, by 2028.

If this sounds more and more like your ideal career, we will break down all of the abilities front-end developers need and use to be prepared.