Since 2020, a huge proportion of the workforce has become familiar with working from home, having been forced to steer clear of office buildings during the pandemic. Now most people are used to it, they could get themselves a job that pays as much as £136,000 a year.
According to Glassdoor, jobs in the creative sector can command salaries of this amount, as demand for entertainment has soared since the pandemic. There are currently more than 1,000 remote and hybrid vacancies in this industry advertising this level of income.
Product management jobs also earn well working from home, with 12,427 positions available offering £94,986 a year, The Express reported.
Diversity management, jobs in the gaming sector, script writers, sound engineers, data analysts and programmers can also all work for home for a good salary.
Co-founder of ELVTR, online education platform, Roman Peskin told the publication: “There are plenty of opportunities even during a crisis.”
He added: “With 30 percent of UK jobs now remote, the world really is your oyster, so don't limit yourself to your city or town when looking for new opportunities.”
According to the Trades Union Congress (TUC), men are more likely to work from home than women, with 23 per cent compared with 21 per cent in 2021. This is even the case in positions that are typically dominated by females, such as in arts and recreation, and accommodation and food.
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