Want this to be the year you begin working from home? Odds are in your favor if you work as a machine learning engineer.
That position — at the intersection of computer programming and artificial intelligence — takes the honor as the best job that can be done remotely in 2019, according to a recent FlexJobs analysis.
FlexJobs’ ranking in based in part on job-search site Indeed’s own list of the best jobs in the U.S. for 2019. To be eligible for Indeed’s rankings, jobs had to be fast-growing and offer top pay — defined as an average base salary of at least $75,000.
FlexJobs took this Indeed list and compared it with FlexJobs’ own database to identify which of these great jobs also offer work-from-home opportunities.
FlexJobs posts job openings that are part-time, remote or freelance — or otherwise offer some type of flexible working condition.
According to FlexJobs, the best jobs that can be done remotely in 2019 are:
- Machine learning engineer — average base salary is $146,085
- Insurance broker — $86,498
- Full-stack developer — $114,316
- Insurance adviser — $81,479
- Litigation attorney — $101,289
- Litigation associate — $98,982
- Salesforce developer — $112,031
- Robotics engineer — $99,007
- Senior product designer — $123,759
- Computer vision engineer — $158,303
How to find a great work-from-home job
FlexJobs is a great place to look for a work-from-home opportunity. The site says more than 3.8 million people have used it since the job board’s beginnings more than a decade ago.
Some people might wonder if good work-from-home jobs really exist. Money Talks News founder Stacy Johnson weighs in with his thoughts in “2-Minute Money Manager: Are There Legitimate Work-From-Home Jobs?”
Finally, if you are lucky enough to land a job that allows you to work remotely, make sure you are prepared for this new phase of your career by reading “7 Common Challenges of Working From Home — and How to Master Them.”
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