Top 10 Paying Remote IT Jobs in 2022
Somehow it’s almost 2022. There is hope despite two novel waves of COVID, the Great Resignation, and jobs reports that keep saying things could be better. Lauren Hansen identifies the Top 10 Paying Remote IT Jobs in 2022 in her article for CIOinsights here. Three appear below. The takeaway? Don’t put your best business blazer/pajama bottom suit away yet.
Mobile App Developer
Although you don’t have to be fluent in over 6-million forms of communications, fluency in languages that support iOS and Android operating systems, like Java, is a big plus. As a mobile app developer, you will create and debug apps on smartphones and tablets. Remember, nobody likes mobile app crashes. According to the article, “A bachelor’s degree in engineering, IT, or computer science will set you up well for this job. An added bonus is any experience that you have creating and releasing your own mobile apps.”
Here the water gets a little deeper. Java developers “create apps with minimal latency, deploy, and then test, fix, and re-deploy as part of the software development lifecycle (SDLC). Java developers may also be tasked with maintaining legacy enterprise apps.” Also, according to the Larsen article, “…you should have at minimum a bachelor’s degree in engineering or computer science, as well as some experience with Java specifically. If you have some understanding of SQL or OOP, employers will view that as a bonus.”
2022 is closer than you think. First, get a peek over the horizon by looking at the remote IT working landscape from the CIOinsights article for a broader picture of your possibilities. Then, further your IT career with help from the recruiters at BCT.
If you are interested in learning more about getting the best IT talent in the Dallas metroplex, BCT specializes in recruiting IT talent in Dallas, Ft. Worth, and North Texas. So if you are looking for a rewarding career, contact us today.