Highest Paying Tech And Management Roles For Remote Workers

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Career site Ladders has listed the best-paid technology and management jobs for remote workers.

This includes the role of senior software engineer, which comes first, followed by software engineers and account executives which come second and third.

Other roles that made it to the top ten list include enterprise account executive, product manager, senior product manager, DevOps engineer, data engineer, project manager, and product marketing manager.

Ladders’ quarterly Remote Work Report found that 18% of all professional jobs today are remote, including nearly 156,000 roles earning $100,000 or more.

Among the most remote job opportunities are developers, software engineers and professionals working in high-tech fields.

According to Ladders, more than a quarter of all high-paying jobs will be remotely available by the end of the year. However, this contradicts the decision of some business leaders to have their employees back in the office.

A hybrid nature of work will take center stage in the aftermath of a pandemic, as the report shows that workers are not interested in returning fully to the office and that some organizations are reluctant to go fully remote.

For more information, read the original story in ZDNet.

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