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Top 5 Home-Based AI Jobs to Make You $100,000 And More

Now you can work in something other than technology to get a good job in artificial intelligence. According to a new LinkedIn study, the areas where AI talents are most in need are only sometimes the most obvious. Since December 2022, specialized services, admin and support services, retail, and manufacturing have all surpassed technology as the top industries hiring for AI-related employment.

Between July 2021 and July 2023, the number of job posts on LinkedIn that include AI or generative AI more than doubled globally. Other recruitment platforms have also seen an increase in open AI positions.

“Searches for generative AI jobs on Indeed have increased nearly 4,000% in the last year, and job postings for these jobs have increased 306% in the same period,” says Trey Causey, Indeed’s head of responsible AI.

However, specific jobs are more in demand than others. According to statistics from Indeed and ZipRecruiter especially shared with “CNBC Make It”, the following are the five in-demand AI roles that firms are looking for right now:

  1. Data Scientist
  2. Software Developer
  3. Data Scientist
  4. Product Manager
  5. Research Scientist
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CNBC Make It” used data from ZipRecruiter on the top AI jobs listed on its platform between January and October 2023 and data from Indeed on the top AI jobs placed on its platform between April and October to build the list. The five occupations that appeared on both lists were then identified. These five positions are among the most sought-after AI positions on both platforms.

According to ZipRecruiter, the average salary for these positions is more than $100,000. The average compensation for data scientists is $127,128, while the average salary for product managers is $153,698. Furthermore, all of these tasks may be done from home, and there are currently thousands of available remote possibilities for each role.

Although demand for technical AI roles such as software engineer and data scientist has gradually increased in the last year, according to LinkedIn, employers are increasingly eager to hire people with AI literacy for non-technical roles such as supply chain specialist and sales manager. According to the survey, demand for AI expertise and skills in various jobs “will continue to increase as more companies embrace AI across their workflows.”

 

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Editorial Staff at AI Surge is a dedicated team of experts led by Paul Robins, boasting a combined experience of over 7 years in Computer Science, AI, emerging technologies, and online publishing. Our commitment is to bring you authoritative insights into the forefront of artificial intelligence.
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