(ABC4) – As Americans demand better benefits and a better work-life balance, employers are realizing that providing employees with permanent remote work opportunities will help fill desperately needed vacancies. to be provided.
A new report of Ziply Fiber says companies that don’t offer remote working in 2022 will see a 30% increase in quit rates. Due to this predicted future trend, Ziply Fiber analyzed data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, among other resources, to determine the best remote jobs and workplaces in 2022.
Here are the best jobs for remote work that require a degree
- Software Developer (Average salary of $ 114,704)
- Registered nurse (average salary of $ 79,553)
- Psychiatrist (average salary of $ 255,644)
- Digital Marketing Specialist (average salary $ 60,928)
- Computer Systems Analyst (average salary of $ 70,214)
- Data Scientist (average salary $ 114,060)
- Speech-language pathologist (average salary of $ 92,073)
- Information Security Analyst (average salary of $ 82,165)
- Statistician (average salary $ 98,205)
- Operations Research Analyst (average salary $ 84,810)
- Occupational therapist (average salary of $ 82,165
- Web Developer (average salary $ 68,610)
- Genetic counselor (average salary of $ 81,880)
- Medical writer (average salary $ 71,703)
If you don’t have a college degree, no worries! This new report also ranked the best remote jobs that don’t require any degree.
Here are the best jobs for remote work that don’t require a degree
- Customer Service Representative (average salary of $ 361,700)
- Virtual administrative assistant (average salary $ 59,781)
- Tutor (average salary of $ 54,174)
- Graphic design (average salary of $ 50,618)
- Translator (average salary of $ 45,466)
- English teacher (average salary of $ 25,487
- Freelance writer (average salary $ 54,869)
- Social media consultant (average salary $ 43,096)
With most of these jobs requiring virtually only access to a computer, the idea of ââworking from home – which seemed to be such an alien idea before the pandemic, is now a determinant of why a person might pursue a job. rather than another.
For those looking for a career change or simply unwilling to return to the office, the opportunities will be plentiful in 2022.