Editor's note: we want to hear from you! Take a few minutes to fill out the 2021 State of the RPA Developer survey.
This week, we’re launching our 2020 State of the RPA Developer Survey. The first of its kind, this global survey will gather insights about the current state of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) developers around the world.
According to the LinkedIn Emerging Jobs Report, robotics engineer is among the top five fastest growing jobs in the United States (U.S.), Singapore, and India, among other countries. As a recently emerging role in a young, fast-changing industry, the RPA developer career path is just beginning to take shape.
We’ve heard from RPA devs that you’re curious to know how your experience compares to your peers across different industries, countries, and companies large and small. So we’re asking questions like:
- What responsibilities do RPA developers have?
- How are they compensated?
- What are their biggest work frustrations?
We’ve designed this survey to capture what life as an RPA developer looks like at this point in time.
Once the results are in, we’ll analyze the information you’ve shared with us and create a report with our findings. Our goal is for this research to serve as the ultimate resource on life as an RPA developer.
This isn’t only about developers in the UiPath community—it’s about the RPA developer community at large. We invite you to take the survey, no matter what platform you use.
Can we ask a favor, too? Once you’ve taken it, help us get the word out: drop a link into your Slack channel at work for RPA developers, reshare it on social, plug it in any communities you’re a part of, and send it along to all the other RPA developers that you know.
The more data we have from more developers, the better picture we’ll be able to create and the more accurate information we’ll be able to share with you.
We’ve designed the survey to take less than 10 minutes. The survey closes on August 7, 2020 so jump in with your insights today.
Teresa Wu is director of product marketing for Community and Learning at UiPath.