The traditional 9 to 5 office job and the commute to and from work is boring for most people. Most do it not because of love or passion but because they have to. In most cases, they have a mortgage and a dependant family and hence feel like they are stuck in the rat race.
The internet has revolutionized the way we do our work; people use video conferencing and chat facilities to talk to their co-workers based in a different office location.
If you dig a step further, you will find certifications and courses on Digital Marketing, Social Media, Search Engine Optimization and so on becoming more popular. You will also see there are jobs for these roles along with an influx of inbound marketers, content marketers and social media marketers. The best part about these jobs is that they are mostly remote work or work that can be done from anywhere in the world with a laptop and a decent internet connection.
Here are some of the digital marketing roles, their managerial salary and some quick tips on how to get hired. (Hint: Mostly read popular blogs and get an online certification or two).
This infographic was produced courtesy of Digital Vidya a leading online training provider.
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