Demand for workers with skills in Microsoft Dynamics products remains high in most markets, particularly for older mission critical instances and the rapidly growing Dynamics 365 product family. Those findings come from IT staffing and recruitment firm Nigel Frank International, which recently released its 12th annual Microsoft Dynamics Salary Survey on employment and trends among Dynamics professionals.

Looking back over the last two years, 51 percent of respondents saw their salary grow up to 10 percent, while six percent witnessed pay gains as high as 30 percent.

The most recent survey results indicate that Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations is the most in-demand for hiring among partner clients, for up to 43 percent of organizations, followed by Dynamics CRM, D365 Business Central, and D365 Sales. Power BI, Power Apps and Azure are closely tied as additional skills.

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