5 Reasons Why Clojure Is The Highest Paid Programming Language Of 2021 With A Median Salary of 95.000$

#1: Clojure attracts senior developers

Clojure devs have an average of 10yrs of experience.

#2: Clojure is used in digital banking/fintech

Money systems require reliability while maintaining flexibility and efficiency in fixing bugs.

#3: Clojure makes programmers incredibly productive

Big feature-rich enterprise software is built and maintained by 4–5 Clojure devs.

#4: Clojure devs are polyglots

Clojure is a hosted language running on the JVM and the JS ecosystem.

#5: Skewed supply — demand

Clojure is a niche language.

I wish you to check Clojure out and see what it’s all about

Watch some YouTube videos or Rich Hickey talks. It will make a better programmer.

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