50 Jobs That Use Sql The Most

By Chris Kolmar - Nov. 8, 2021

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If you’re reading this, you’re probably on the job hunt, and if you’re on the job hunt, you’re probably about ready to throw your hands in the air in frustration.

It’s difficult out there–and made only more difficult by a lack of helpful tools. Which is why we’re here.

We’re a database for all your ‘Finding a Job Need to Knows’. And today, we’re going to help whittle down the list of jobs to choose from, per your skillset.

And the good news is, if you’re skilled in sql, there are a lot of great jobs to choose from.

Here are the top 10 jobs that use sql:

  1. Senior Software Engineer Jobs (Overview)

  2. Software Engineer Jobs (Overview)

  3. Devops Engineer Jobs (Overview)

  4. Junior .NET Developer Jobs (Overview)

  5. Developer Jobs (Overview)

  6. Business Analyst Jobs (Overview)

  7. Senior .NET Developer Jobs (Overview)

  8. NET Developer Jobs (Overview)

  9. Data Engineer Jobs (Overview)

  10. Systems Administrator Jobs (Overview)

For the full list of 50, jump to the bottom of the article. But now, here’s how we came up with this list of the jobs that use sql.

How we identified the jobs that use sql the most

One of the easiest ways to advance in your career is to develop the skills that are most in demand by future employers.

Lucky for us, we have a database of over 7 million real-world resumes to identify which jobs require which skills. So, we looked through each resume to identify which job titles had ‘sql’ listed as a skill the most.

We did our best to find fuzzy matches, meaning something like ‘SQL’ or ‘sql’ would match our search. We then divided the number of matches by the total number of resumes to see which job titles had the highest percentage of matches.

Detailed List Of The 50 Jobs That Use Sql The Most

Rank Job Title Hits More Info
1 Senior Software Engineer 55,873 Overview
2 Software Engineer 38,984 Overview
3 Devops Engineer 27,539 Overview
4 Junior .net Developer 25,958 Overview
5 Developer 25,369 Overview
6 Business Analyst 22,458 Overview
7 Senior .net Developer 18,530 Overview
8 Net Developer 16,525 Overview
9 Data Engineer 15,357 Overview
10 Systems Administrator 14,124 Overview
11 Sql Server Developer 14,066 Overview
12 Programmer Analyst 13,792 Overview
13 Sql Database Administrator 13,726 Overview
14 Data Analyst 12,158 Overview
15 Consultant 11,886 Overview
16 Technical Support Specialist 11,623 Overview
17 Software Developer 10,980 Overview
18 Applications Developer 10,977 Overview
19 Senior Finance Analyst 10,858 Overview
20 Finance Analyst 10,376 Overview
21 Product Manager 10,324 Overview
22 Senior Manager 9,998 Overview
23 Web Developer 8,792 Overview
24 Java Developer 8,752 Overview
25 Systems Engineer 8,155 Overview
26 Internship 8,081 Overview
27 Database Administrator 8,078 Overview
28 Solutions Architect 7,540 Overview
29 Quality Assurance Analyst 7,350 Overview
30 Assistant Vice President 7,261 Overview
31 Project Manager 7,244 Overview
32 Solution Specialist 7,189 Overview
33 Engineer 7,179 Overview
34 Operations Analyst 7,045 Overview
35 Program Manager 7,007 Overview
36 Senior Consultant 6,938 Overview
37 Pl/sql Developer 6,873 Overview
38 Security Engineer 6,528 Overview
39 Senior Business Analyst 6,246 Overview
40 Oracle Database Administrator 6,160 Overview
41 Architect 6,008 Overview
42 Etl Developer 5,795 Overview
43 Lead Technician 5,534 Overview
44 Data Architect 5,527 Overview
45 Sql Developer 5,333 Overview
46 Quality Assurance Engineer 5,283 Overview
47 Senior Systems Engineer 5,268 Overview
48 Senior Project Manager 5,264 Overview
49 Associate 5,116 Overview
50 Specialist 5,101 Overview

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Chris Kolmar

Chris Kolmar is a co-founder of Zippia and the editor-in-chief of the Zippia career advice blog. He has hired over 50 people in his career, been hired five times, and wants to help you land your next job. His research has been featured on the New York Times, Thrillist, VOX, The Atlantic, and a host of local news. More recently, he's been quoted on USA Today, BusinessInsider, and CNBC.

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