Tech skills are a prohibited commodity in the stream pursuit market, and if Glassdoor’s list of the 50 best jobs in America is any indication, direct for them will only continue to grow.
In fact, 20 out of the 50 jobs highlighted on the annual list are tech jobs, up from 14 out of 50 last year.
Even better news for people who can precedence record to raise their work on a daily basis? These jobs don’t need you to work exclusively in the tech industry.
Dr. Andrew Chamberlain, Glassdoor’s chief economist, told Business Insider that companies opposite all industries, including healthcare, finance, and retail, are employing workers for these in-demand positions.
“Since every company is trying to turn a tech company these days, they all need people who know how to collect, organize, and investigate information to help them make better, some-more sensitive business decisions,” he said.
Glassdoor’s 50 Best Jobs in America report identifies careers with the top altogether “job score,” which is dynamic by weighing 3 factors equally: earning intensity (median annual bottom salary), pursuit compensation rating, and series of pursuit openings.
For a pursuit pretension to be considered, it had to receive at slightest 100 salary reports and 100 job satisfaction ratings shared by US-based employees over the past year. The series of pursuit openings per pursuit pretension represents active pursuit listings on Glassdoor as of Jan 1, 2018.
Below are the 20 tech roles among Glassdoor’s 50 best jobs: