Cryptocurrency jobs are popping up like crazy — even for non-techies

A report released by Angel List earlier this month shows that cryptocurrency jobs have grown by over 100 percent in the past six months. While fluctuations in Bitcoin value can test investor confidence, the hiring market for blockchain-based technology remains openly bullish.

Not only are there more jobs available, positions that work with blockchain also pay off better. On average, employees are offered salaries that are 10 to 20 percent higher than for jobs without crypto.

Job seekers who prioritize flexibility should note that blockchain-based startups are 22 percent more likely to offer remote positions and blockchain expertise is not essential for non-technical jobs like marketing and operations – although the report indicates potential employees should Understand concepts and terminology.

For those unwilling to get involved in a career in cryptocurrency, there is always an internship option. Coinbase Co-Founder and CEO Brian Armstrong told Angel List on Twitter, “Yes, we also have a number of interns every six months.”

If you’re looking for a change, consider joining fintech as a blockchain developer or marketing agent before applying to a coal mine. Technology always has a future.

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