What Are the Highest-Paying Tech Jobs In The United States?

Tech jobs are in demand, and reports on the highest paying jobs in America revealed that tech jobs offer the largest salaries.

  1. Software Development Manager

This job has a median base salary of $108,879. If you are looking to become a software development manager, you should know that there are 1,064 job openings.

  1. Software Architect

At the moment there are 1,130 job openings and the median base salary for a software architect is $105,329.

  1. IT Program Manager

If you are looking to become an IT program manager, you should know that there aren’t too many job openings in the United States: 219. Additionally, the median base salary for this job is $102,969.

  1. Data Architect

With a median base salary of $101,900, this job is quite popular among tech experts. You should also know that the number of job openings is 1,472.

  1. Solutions Architect

Those who are interested in becoming a solutions architect should know that there are 5,899 job openings available at the moment. The median base salary is $102,160.

  1. Applications Development Manager

There are only 360 job openings for this position, but the median base salary is attractive enough: $104,048.

  1. Systems architect

The median base salary for this job might appear smaller compared with others, and it is $100,984. There are also 1,146 job openings available in the United States.

  1. Cloud Engineer

This job is not as well paid as others, but the median base salary remains a large one: $96,449. The number of job openings is 1,077.

  1. Data Scientist

The data scientist job has 4,986 job openings and the median base salary for it is $96,116.

  1. Engineering Manager

This is another profitable tech job, and its median base salary is $105,260. The good news is that there are more job openings for this job: 4,738.

Nicole Hicks

Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.

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