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Here are 7 Highest-Paying jobs of 2021 that can make you rich

Here are 7 Highest-Paying jobs of 2021 that can make you rich

Highest-Paying Jobs of 2021: If you’re an IT professional wondering where you should set your sights in 2021 to bump up your earnings, below is a list of jobs that are likely to pay the most in the new year.

Here are 7 jobs you should choose in 2021 to earn big bucks and get rich quickly:

1. Data Scientist

Several reports agree that ‘Data Scientist’ is the sexist job of the 21st century. Not suprising then that it is at the top of the list highest paid jobs.

A Data Scientist is a professional who makes use of different statistical methods, data analysis techniques, and machine learning to comprehend and analyze data to arrive at crucial business conclusions.

A data scientist is required to be proficient in Microsoft Excel, SQL, etc. and know programming languages like Python, R, and Java. In addition, they also need to understand machine learning and deep learning concepts, and be familiar with Apache Hive, Pig, Spark etc.

A data scientist with a fair amount of experience can make up to US$800K in the US, and in India, nearly 90 lakh rupees per annum.

2. Product Manager

Given that product managers are responsible for the product development for an organization, they are highly valuable. They guide the success of a product and supervise its improvement. They are the brains behind the business strategies of a product.

3. Full Stack Developer

A full-stack developer works with both the front and back ends of a website. They tackle projects that involve building user-facing websites and work with clients during the planning phase of a project.

To become a full stack developer, you must know HTML and CSS. You should also be proficient in JavaScript and its frameworks. You need to be familiar with server-side languages like Ruby, PHP, Python, and .Net.

4. Big Data Engineer

Big Data has been a revolution in every business sector over the last 10 years. Big Data engineers store, process, and analyze data. They develop, design, test and maintain the big data architecture in an organization.

They should have in-depth knowledge of Hadoop, Spark, RDBMS, and NoSQL. They should have hands-on experience with languages such as Java, and Python and they need to know tools like Hive and Pig.

5. Mobile Application Developer

A mobile application developer researches and develops protocols and applications for iOS and Android platforms. They design interfaces in order to improve user experience. They also collaborate with the product development team to propose new features.

A mobile application developer should have knowledge of UI and frameworks in JavaScript such as React Native and Angular.

They should be familiar with the concept of cybersecurity in order to develop safe and flawless applications and be proficient in Java, C, CSS, and HTML5.

6. RPA Developer

RPA developers are professionals who create, develop, and implement RPA systems. They set up automated processes to increase efficiency. They look into the deployment of RPA components like bots, robots, and development tools.

RPA developers possess a rich skillset and ideally have a software development background. They need to know C++, .NET as well as scripting languages. You should have sound knowledge of leading automation tools, e.g., UiPath and Blue Prism.

7. Information Security Analyst

An Information Security Analyst is entrusted with protecting computer networks in organizations. They install security measures to protect computer systems; they investigate security breaches, document them, fix vulnerabilities, and perform penetration testing.

Coming to the skills, you should be good at networking and must have a good understanding of firewalls, proxies, and IDPS concepts.