Ever considered jetting off to Amsterdam and joining the city’s booming tech scene? Well, perhaps you should! Boasting more than 60k tech professionals working at over 1,000 tech companies, globally-recognised homegrown success stories such as Booking.com, Tomtom and Adyen and the European HQs of some of the world’s biggest tech giants including Netflix, Uber and Tesla, Amsterdam is fast becoming one of the hottest technology cities in Europe, if not the world.

Being home to so many growing tech companies, the demand for tech candidates in Amsterdam is understandably sky-high and companies are engaging in all sorts of tactics to attract and retain the talent they so desperately need. Workplace perks and training opportunities are usually part of the package, but Amsterdam-based companies also pride themselves on their ability to provide competitive salaries. In actual fact, according to Hubspot, tech candidates in Amsterdam earn a higher average net salary than those based in London, Dublin, Paris or Berlin.

So, let’s dive into the specifics! How much do engineering managers and frontend, backend and full-stack developers make in Amsterdam on average?

We gathered data from our platform to make the following infographic. The data is taken from offers which have been sent to our talents since January 2018 and gives some insight into average salaries for developers in Amsterdam.


Amsterdam salary infographic



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Overview of tech salaries in Amsterdam


Overview of tech salaries in Amsterdam




Frontend developer salaries in Amsterdam


Frontend developer salaries in Amsterdam




Backend developer salaries in Amsterdam


Backend developer salaries in Amsterdam




Full-stack developer salaries in Amsterdam


Full-stack developer salaries in Amsterdam




Engineering manager salaries in Amsterdam


Engineering manager salaries in Amsterdam





Stefan Kingham

Stefan Kingham

Stefan is Honeypot's Content Manager. When he's not reaching out for backlinks, Stefan likes to write about tech, make music, and support his beloved AFC.