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  • Writing
  • Writing and editing opportunities are offered to those who possess excellent grammar and language skills. The writer needs to be proficient enough to hook in readers.

    The amount of money made is dependent on how many articles a writer completes or in some cases, what a contract spells out. The amount of money earned per work goes up as writers become more experienced. Freelancers average $22.05/hour.

  • Online Teacher
  • Online communication technologies have matured enough to support a distributed teaching workforce. Talented teachers with great credentials can apply to teach their specialty subjects.

  • Graphic Designer
  • Graphic design encompasses the world of making ads, fonts, logos, and other visual representations using computer applications or traditional avenues powered and supported by new graphic design technologies.

  • Speech-Language Pathologist
  • This profession is not too dissimilar from virtual teaching. Speech-Language Pathologists connect with their clients remotely aided by video and audio transmission technology. Specialized software can be leveraged to plan and track a course/syllabus for each client.

  • Product Manager
  • A product manager is tasked with identifying the customer need and business objectives that a product is intended to fulfill. The product manager makes it clear what the objectives are and rallies a team toward that end.

    Using inputs, the product design and manufacturing processes come next. The product manager is responsible for taking the product through its entire lifecycle, end to end. They have to meet specifications and deliver on time. The product manager has to test the product and ensures it meets quality assurance.

    The product manager has to strategize the product's roadmap, assist the marketing department to communicate what the product intends to do, point out the features & functionalities that attract users, all while amassing a respectable level of knowledge about the product, its utility, and market.

  • Data Scientist
  • The concept of data science is no longer an emerging concept but commonplace in artificial intelligence, robotics process automation, and other industries seeking to gain insights from massive data caches.

    Data scientists are some of the highest-paid remote workers in the world as they analyze data to gain insights for industries that are plugged in to collect data. The data could be about different types of products from different sectors, affecting decision-making in our lives, the environment, and more.

    Data scientists help companies make predictions, which is useful to planning. You’ll need a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, IT or Electronics. You can top up those qualifications

  • Software Engineer
  • Software engineering entails working with programming languages to create or improve software/applications. The most prevalent languages include C++, Java, Python, and more.

  • Business Analyst
  • Business Analysts comb through a company's data to find out what challenges it goes through and what causes them. One has to be a good communicator, excellent problem-solver, and upstanding manager. One of the top remote jobs listed is Senior Business Analyst.

  • UX Architect
  • UX architects make websites and apps easier to use. The job places their role right in between developers and designers. The best way to stand out is to curate a portfolio of your best UX projects and how you tackled them.

  • Information Security Consultant
  • An Information Security Consultant tackles tasks like risk assessment, network security, and helps businesses stay compliant.

  • Cloud Architect
  • Cloud computing is taking off, as more companies move their operations to the cloud. A cloud architect is tasked with strategizing and planning for the company’s deployment to the cloud. They consider architectural challenges and deployment mechanisms. Understanding all types of cloud environments (hybrid, private, and public) is also crucial.

    The cloud architect also has to design the IT systems based on cloud deployments. Cloud architects are some of the best-paid remote workers. Companies like to see a Bachelor’s Degree in IT, Telecommunications or Computers. For roles that pay more, a Master’s degree will give you a leg up on the competition, along with relevant past experiences.

  • Psychologist or Mental Counselor
  • Mental health professionals are some of the highest-paid professionals in the world. The job entails having the skills necessary to help people dealing with mental health-related issues. Your skills need to be honed enough to identify the problem and provide solutions.

    The therapy takes approaches that are cognitive, behavioral, interpersonal, emotional, and social. A Bachelor's Degree in Psychology is great for entry-level roles. For higher-paying opportunities, a Master's Degree goes a long way.

    The mental counselors talk to clients via video, listening and guiding them as appropriate. The psychologists also offer the guidance needed so the clients can improve even after the session is over.

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