10 High-Paying Remote Jobs that Can Pay $100,000+Working from home doesn’t necessarily mean compromising on salary. If you’re wondering whether you have to settle for a smaller paycheck to work remotely, the happy answer is, “Not necessarily.”
Fact is, in many cases, qualified professionals can earn $100,000 a year, and in some cases a lot more, working from home.
To illustrate the point, we’ve pulled together a list of high-paying remote jobs, all hiring as of July 18, 2019, that all pay annual salaries of $100,000 or more. All of the jobs below offer great remote flexibility, either U.S.-based or global, according to job demands and employer requirements.
- Director of Development
- Director of Law and Policy
- Growth Product Manager
- Senior Sitecore Developer
- National Sales Account Executive
- Senior Full Stack Developer
- Senior Quality Assurance Analyst – Ledgers
- Corporate Controller.
- Salary: $100,000-$150,000
- Senior Software Engineer
- Systems Engineer
- Tips for Landing a High-Paying Remote Job
Director of Development
This high-paying remote role will oversee, coordinate, and execute a strategic development plan for a climate change organization. Soliciting donors, elevating the organization’s visibility, and establishing fundraising goals are required duties.
Director of Law and Policy
The director of law and policy will manage legislative and policy work by developing policy solutions, making recommendations on policy positions, drafting legislation, and monitoring election policy. A law degree is preferred, and seven to 10 years of experience are needed.
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Growth Product Manager
Developing a paid acquisition strategy, launching paid marketing campaigns, and defining KPIs are a few of the duties for this remote role. Two or more years of paid marketing experience and four or more years startup experience needed.
Senior Sitecore Developer
The senior Sitecore developer will collaborate with development, project leads and stakeholders to deploy fast-paced projects on an agile development schedule. Five-plus years of experience on the Sitecore platform is required.
National Sales Account Executive
This high-paying remote role will meet revenue goals, find and close business, find new business opportunities, and identify key client accounts. Eight or more years of experience are required.
Senior Full Stack Developer
The senior full stack developer should have enterprise-level experience and be comfortable collaborating with product managers, designers, UX researchers, and other stakeholders. Five-plus years of full-stack experience is desired.
Senior Quality Assurance Analyst – Ledgers
This remote role will assist with delivering features and enhancements for ledgers and fixed assets business initiatives. A bachelor’s or master’s is required, along with five or more years of experience.
This position leads financial reporting and accounting processes such as monthly and annual closing, revenue recognition, reporting, budgeting, tax compliance, and more.
Senior Software Engineer
Being knowledgeable with Node JS, PostreSQL, and REST API design is a requirement of this high-paying remote job. Developing new API and UI features and writing unit tests a couple of the duties of this role.
A remote systems engineer is needed to develop an enterprise-grade auth system, oversee database and security rules, develop cloud functions, and more. Must be very experienced and able to take directional goals.
Tips for Landing a High-Paying Remote Job
Plan your strategy from the outset to help increase your chances of landing a remote job that’s a good fit for you.
Emphasize your past remote work experience.
Don’t be shy about touting any experience you have working remotely, even on a temporary or part-time basis. Make sure your resume highlights remote work you’ve done in the past, and make sure to expand on your remote experience in any job interview discussions.
Talk about how you’re at ease in a remote work environment, your abilities to work independently from a home setting, and your productivity levels in any past remote jobs.
If you don’t have past remote work experience, play up your technical skill that would facilitate working from home, your well-equipped home work space, and your time-management skills.
Gear up for remote job interview questions.
Be prepared to answer basic remote job interview questions that may touch on:
- Why you want to work remotely.
- How any previous remote experience relates to the job at hand.
- How your communications skills are relevant and useful.
- What kind of remote schedule you’d like to have.
- How you would handle any problems related to working remotely.
- How you would fit into the company’s remote work culture.
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