Are you looking to hire a skilled Java developer or engineer?
Perhaps you’re looking for someone who can:
Even better if you can find a talented Java developer who takes ownership of a project, fills in the gaps, and is not afraid to get their hands dirty.
Finding a quality Java developer to hire is not easy, but worth the investment.
Nor is it easy to know what you should pay attention to when you interview them. And perhaps it’s also challenging to know how much you should pay for a top freelance developer.
You have to find very honest, organized people who are effective communicators, and happen to be great Java developers as well. Most people you find are going to lack in some area that prevents them from being successful.
This is where freelance platforms can help you fill in the hiring gap.
We’ve collected hundreds of reviews for more than 30 freelance websites (and counting). In the table below you’ll find a list of the top 10 best websites to hire a freelance Java developer.
Our ranking methodology is similar to Amazon’s ranking system. This is as follows:
From these ratings, we wrote an article reviewing each freelance platform. Some platforms pay us a commission at no extra cost to you. Like Consumer Reports, our research team is separate from the monetization team to reduce the review bias.
I recommend reading at least three reviews below to help you make an educated decision about which freelance platform is best for your needs. If you find our review helpful, we’d feel honored if you visited the website from our review. This is an easy way to say “thank you” to our team as we receive a commission from the platform, again at no cost to you.
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According to Toptal, the average Java developer charges between $35 and $60 per hour.
According to Salary.com, Java developers make between $38 and $51 per hour, and $45 per hour is the median hourly rate.
According to Codementor, the estimates are a bit higher. They list the hourly pay rate of a Java developer between $61 and $80 per hour.
Toptal states that most Java developers receive an annual salary $72,800.
ZipRecruiter estimates that a Java developer’s average salary in the United States is around $106,000 per year.
Similarly, Indeed.com estimates that a Java Developer makes around $104,000 in the USA, plus $5,000 in cash bonuses.
Here are 10 skills you might consider looking for in a Java developer:
Here are 10 interview questions you might consider asking when hiring a Java developer: