Information technology (IT) jobs involve performing support tasks for a company's computer and software systems. IT is a very broad field that includes many subspecialties, including system administration, networking, database work, and cybersecurity. Both remote and in-office IT jobs usually require at least a bachelor's degree, although professional certifications can be equally important in this field.
As you'd expect, landing a remote IT job will require a fair amount of technical savvy (and preferably a genuine interest in technology, as the field is constantly and rapidly evolving). On the plus side, IT jobs are often some of the highest-paid remote jobs available. Remote IT work has the potential to either be a temporary, part-time side hustle or a long-term, full-time career.
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