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Do woodworkers have to learn a new, better way to saw a board every couple years? Do painters feel like frauds for still using oil paint? Or is it just us front-end developers who get to experience this constant state of change?

With container queries and more just around the corner, things are definitely moving fast. And since we need to keep up as well, we took the time to give these survey results a couple new power-ups of their own!

What this means in practice is that we can now cross-reference two datapoints, such as yearly salaries by experience level; or gender by country. You'll see some of these breakdowns included throughout the results, but we encourage you to explore the data further using our API or by downloading our data. Let us know if you end up making your own data visualizations!

And now, let's see what CSS has been up to this year!

Note: We've had to push back the 2021 State of JavaScript survey to January 2022 for lack of time. See you after the holidays!

Special Thanks

Sarah Fossheim

Sarah Fossheim

Accessibility Consulting
Christopher Kirk-Nielsen

Christopher Kirk-Nielsen

Logo Design
Kilian Valkhof

Kilian Valkhof

Mobile Testing
Alexey Pyltsyn

Alexey Pyltsyn

Code Refactoring
Raphaël Benitte

Raphaël Benitte

Data Visualizations
Philip Jägenstedt

Philip Jägenstedt

Survey Design
Dan Cowell

Dan Cowell

Repo Architecture
Ben Szabo

Ben Szabo

Code Refactoring
Una Kravets

Una Kravets

Survey Design
Adam Argyle

Adam Argyle

Survey Design

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