A job that pays six figures a yr and permits workers to make money working from home actually sounds inviting.
Corporate evaluate web site Glassdoor launched its rankings of the 50 finest jobs in America for 2022 Wednesday. Tech employees took the highest spot, with “enterprise architects” having a median base wage of $144,997, over 14,000 job openings, and a satisfaction score of 4 out of 5.
The job rating is set by three elements: incomes potential, job satisfaction and the variety of job openings. Some 90% of job listings for enterprise architects — the techies who preserve the world’s IT programs up and operating — enable employees to make money working from home.
As job openings proceed to climb — there have been 10.9 million vacant jobs as of December, in accordance with the Labor Department — the balance of energy in the employer-employee relationship is shifting away from the nook workplace.
“In the last year, job openings soared and record levels of worker turnover shifted the balance of power to the worker, with a large swath of employees and jobseekers fine-tuning a better work-life balance,” Glassdoor stated in the report.
Quit charges reached a excessive of three% final month as Americans continued to depart their present jobs at file charges.
“People are jumping ship like that because wages aren’t keeping up with inflation, so the only way for most employees to either get a step up in salaries is either to find a new firm or have one foot out the door,” Raymond James Chief Economist Scott Brown instructed MarketWatch.
The high of the job rating listing is generally dominated by IT positions, however a number of non-tech jobs made the listing for the primary time. Psychologist (22) and psychiatrist (34) cracked the highest 50 because the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a toll on employees’ psychological well being.
Personnel-related jobs additionally climbed into the rating, with HR supervisor, company recruiter and HR enterprise associate rating thirteenth, seventeenth, and thirty ninth, respectively.