We all have our expectations when it comes to choosing the right job for us and the first question we ask ourselves is “where can I look for that job?”. According to a top that was published recently published on businessinsider.in, it seems the best job you can get is in the tech industry. Apparently, these are the best work-life balance jobs on the market.
Work-balance is a key factor when it comes to make a hierarchy of available jobs on the market. This parameter takes into consideration the number of working hours you spend at the office and the number of hours spent at home.
Statistics show that, although jobs in tech industry are among the high-paying jobs on the market, they are also very demanding. Late night shifts, sometimes impossible dead-lines, ever-changing work schedules, can put a lot of pressure on employees, ultimately driving them on the verge of insanity.
Head-hunter giant Glassdoor, said that on a scale ranging from 1, representing a great imbalance between work and life, to 5, employees from all industries rated their jobs from an average of 3.5 in 2009. This year, it seems that the percentage has dropped even further to 3.2.
Businessinsider.in published an article detailing the best 10 jobs in tech industry. At the bottom of the list, there is the front end developer, with a work-life balance rating of 3.7 and an average salary of $75,000 per year. Following closely, on the 9th place, we have the software developer job opening, with a work-life balance rating of 3.7 and an annual salary of $80.000.
Other openings include solutions engineer, rated 3.7 and with a salary of over $90,000 per year and a data analyst opening for $59,000 per year.
According to the ranking made by businessinsider.in, the best job available on the tech market is data scientist. With a whopping work-life balance rating of 4.2 and an annual salary of over $100,000, this job seem be the dream-job for someone who’s into the tech business.
In order to qualify for this ranking, all of the listed companies must have an average of 75 work-life balance ratings over the past year.
So, if you’re good with numbers and technology is your cup of tea, wait no longer. Enlist yourself on any online job-finding platform and start searching for that job you were meant to do.