Virtual jobs have become mainstream in the last couple of months due to the coronavirus pandemic. Virtual jobs were around before the pandemic but have only recently shown signs of increase as the term was searched by 30,000 people in the UK. This is a sign that people are desperate for a job or internship be it from their homes.
Working from home has found its way into many of the English houses and they are now enjoying working from their own space. The advantages and flaws of working from home is a completely different story but, the productivity has seen substantial increases. It is at a point where the employees are not wishing for their workplace to open up again.
Not only that but having virtual internships and virtual job fairs have also become a thing. Even in the virtual job market, there is a significant difference in the payouts of different jobs. There are specific virtual jobs and roles that can you can do to earn more money than others, comparatively.
Computer based jobs such as web developer, software developer, programmers were on the top of the list of high paying virtual jobs followed closely by consultants, lawyers and animators. Accountants were on the high paying list as well with an average salary of £47,500. Then the medium paying virtual jobs come which included teachers, translators/interpreters, auditors, nurse, marketer, editor, etc. with an average annual salary of £32,000.
Here is an infographic that you can check out for a full graph of virtual jobs and their payouts.
Infographic by: resume.io