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Since it was open sourced by Google in 2014, Kubernetes has skyrocketed in popularity. Now a graduated project of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), Kubernetes dominates the market, with 78% of enterprises reporting that they use it to orchestrate containerized workloads and services in production.
With this level of adoption, organizations are eager to find skilled Kubernetes developers and administrators. A quick search on LinkedIn shows that there are 47,385 jobs with Kubernetes in the title or description.
Job sites such as Payscale, Glassdoor, and ZipRecruiter show that salaries for Kubernetes experts aren’t too shabby, with most starting at well over $100,000. Payscale estimates the average salary for someone with Kubernetes skills as $115,000, while ZipRecruiter shows that the national average salary for Kubernetes-related roles is more than $147,000 currently.