It is no secret to everyone that we are now living in an era that is witnessing very big changes, and among these changes is the increasing demand by companies and employees to the idea of working remotely, and of course there are certain specializations that are required in the remote job market, and these specializations are in increasing demand every day.
In this article, we will address The most in-demand specialties in the remote job market, which have a good level of demand and are also growing.
We will divide these specialties into general areas, and under each area we will address its most important specializations.
First: In the field of digital marketing (DIGITAL MARKETING CAREERS)
In recent years, marketing has become a wonderful mixture of art, science and technology, which requires creativity, analytical skills, and a lot of technological intelligence. Therefore, the specializations of work in the field of digital marketing vary, including:
1. Digital Marketing Specialist
A digital marketing specialist designs and creates marketing campaigns that support the growth of a company's products and services, and is responsible for researching current digital marketing trends, and identifying the types of products or services that consumers demand.
It provides reports based on information gathered from research such as market trends, marketing, competitor information, new products, and prices.
2. Social Media Manager
The Social Media Manager creates marketing campaigns for the company's social media accounts, and this includes regularly updating the accounts with content and posts related to the company's news and products.
With the aim of developing brand awareness, in addition to attracting new customers or increasing sales, he is also responsible for following up on the activity of social media followers and interacting with them.
3.Search Engine Optimization Specialist
Responsible for improving the search engine rankings of websites, selecting the appropriate keywords to target in search engine optimization efforts.
It edits and optimizes websites using a variety of SEO techniques. The website optimization process mainly consists of writing keyword-centric content, as well as optimizing page titles and alternative keywords.
Finally, it analyzes the effectiveness and results of the marketing campaign, and adjusts its strategy according to the analysis.
4. Email Marketing Manager
The Email Marketing Manager is responsible for marketing a product or service through email marketing campaigns.
It also manages the company's email contact list, as well as creating the marketing content that will be sent to the customer, and at the end of the marketing campaign, it evaluates its effectiveness and adjusts future campaigns accordingly.
5. Web Content Writer
Web content writer is concerned with providing appropriate content for websites, with the aim of increasing the number of visitors to the site by targeting specific keywords related to the products or services offered by the company.
6. Digital Marketing Analyst
The digital marketing analyst is responsible for analyzing the company's marketing campaigns, studying and evaluating market trends and reporting the results to the marketing team.
It also collects information and examines purchasing trends to help create marketing plans for the company.
Second: In the field of writing (WRITING CAREERS)
With the increasing spread of written content on the Internet day after day, the level of competition among writers for the title of the best content increases, in order to ensure that the content reaches the largest number of audiences and creates the strongest impact.
Therefore, writing jobs have taken a new level of specialization, as there are specialists in medical content and others specialized in legal content … etc. It is also considered one of the most important specializations required in the remote labor market because of the great importance that written content enjoys in any field of work.
The ad writer creates the promotional text that appears on websites, as well as advertisements and all other promotional materials. His work aims to establish brand authority, provide clear customer orientation and increase sales.
2. CONTENT WRITER
Content writers create blog posts, feature articles, e-books, and all other forms of promotional content, aimed at brand awareness to attract customers interested in the product.
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3. FREELANCE JOURNALIST
Freelance journalists write news and feature articles for print or online publication, and many freelance journalists also contribute opinion pieces on topics related to their specialty.
He is an individual who has built a special audience for him thanks to his knowledge of a field that he constantly talks about through his blog, and achieves a steady income by marketing products related to the field he addresses in his blog for a commission, or by displaying ads for his own products.
5. TECHNICAL WRITER
The technical writer creates the instruction manual that accompanies any modern electronic or electrical device, and they are good at describing the complex tasks of the device and its parts clearly and concisely.
And not only that, the technical writer is the one who writes any article related to the technical issues of any website specialized in the technical field, or specializes in the sale of modern technological devices.
Sometimes referred to as a "content editor", he shapes the vision and mission of the content, and oversees the process of organizing, scheduling, and delivering it.
The content editor receives the article from the writer, reviews it and makes the necessary modifications to it, and finally publishes it on the site in an orderly manner to serve the general vision of the site.
He is an expert in grammar and grammar… who can quickly and effectively review any written content and make sure that it is free of clerical errors and corrects them, if any.
A person who has knowledge and experience in one or several languages other than his mother tongue, and has the skill of translating texts professionally, not a literal translation into any of the languages he masters, while preserving the meaning and style.
Third: In the field of graphic design (GRAPHIC DESIGN CAREERS)
You need a freelance designer, but is a graphic designer in general what you're really looking for? Or do you need someone with a certain skill set or technical proficiency? The functions below will help you further understand the differences and determine what you really desire.
If you do not need a professional designer at the moment, there is no doubt that you will need it at some point if you are a business owner.
Any business needs its own designs to promote, so graphic designers are in high demand, and graphic design jobs rank high among the freelance fields.
1. BRAND IDENTITY DESIGNER
Creates a distinctive design or shape for the brand that you use on all social media platforms or in emails used to address other business entities, as well as on the company's official papers.
Where that design represents the company and reflects its directions and goals, so it is not just a matter of mastering one of the image design programs, but also requires experience in color, and what each color may reflect or represent, and what may be consistent with that color, as well as the fonts.
2. GRAPHIC DESIGNER
It edits images along with text and colors to convey a specific message effectively, in a way that aligns with the brand identity.
The graphic designer can design images for publication and marketing on social media, and also helps website owners to create visual designs that contribute to showing the content of the site in a more professional manner.
3. DIGITAL ILLUSTRATOR
With the rise in popularity of the term, people often confuse it with a graphic designer, but graphic designers are those who specialize in bringing different visual elements of images, colors, and text together into a single design for commercial use.
While digital painters create original artwork from scratch, that is, they do the same as traditional painters do, but instead of paintings they use electronic tablets dedicated to this purpose.
4. LOGO DESIGNER
A person who specializes in creating iconic logos that fit the direction of a particular company or group of people.
Logo design, although it seems a simple work, requires high creative and innovative skills, and it needs further study to produce a strong logo that expresses the company, and remains in the mind of the audience.
5. PRINT DESIGNER
A person who specializes in design work that will eventually be presented in physical form. He is responsible for designing magazine pages, book covers, print ads and brochures.
Fourth: In the field of web design (WEB DESIGN CAREERS)
Web design is one of the most sought-after specialties in the remote work market. Have you ever entered a site and was impressed by how well it is organized, as well as its calm, eye-pleasing design?
Or did you come across a site where you couldn't stay for a few seconds because the homepage was overcrowded and eye-tiring?
This process of organizing the elements of websites and making them attractive to the visitor is known as “web design” or “website design.”
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1. USER EXPERIENCE (UX) DESIGNER
The designer creates most of the visual elements that make up the overall look of a website, and this includes the badges, images, and colors on the site.
The user experience designer's role is closely related to marketing, because in one way or another he is responsible for the performance of the website and the extent to which users are satisfied with it and its performance.
2. USER INTERFACE (UI) DESIGNE
User interface design is the process that designers use to build interfaces in computerized software or hardware, with an emphasis on appearance or style and style.
The designer aims to create interfaces that users find easy to use and enjoyable.
What is the difference between UX and UI?
Many people confuse the concept of user experience and user interface but they are different:
User Experience (UX): The interaction and experience that users have with a company's products and services.
For example, if you order food from a website, your access to the website and your interaction with it and its pages ... until the moment you place the order, and then leave the website and receive food from Mosul, and express your satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the food is known as the user experience.
User Interface (UI): The asset that users interact with, such as visual design elements such as colors, fonts, and type.
Going back to the example of ordering food online, the user interface will focus on the visual design of the screens the user interacts with, such as the color of the order confirmation button and where it is placed on the page.
Fifth: In the field of web development (WEB DEVELOPMENT CAREERS)
We talked a little while ago about web design and we knew that it generally means the appearance of sites, but what makes the site work dynamically, that is, once you click on a button, that button does something?
1. FRONT END DEVELOPER
2. BACK END DEVELOPER
The term BACK END refers to the scenes that the visitor does not see and does not know anything about. If we look at the site as a watch for example, the BACK END part is the inner part of the watch and is responsible for making its hands move regularly and without it the capacity will not work at all.
Where the developer builds the internal parts of the site to be able to work on the Internet using programming languages such as Ruby, PHP, Python and others.
The internal parts of the site are:
Database - which holds customer information.
Application – which stores and organizes customer information in a database.
Server - which houses the database and allows the client to interact with it.
3. FULL-STACK DEVELOPER
It does both FRONT END DEVELOPER and BACK END DEVELOPER simultaneously. An integrated website developer can make a website on their own.
Mostly the integrated website developer makes websites for small projects, because large websites need more work, and then need professionals in every aspect, and this is difficult to implement for one person.
4. WORDPRESS DEVELOPER
He specializes in dealing with the WordPress system and is able to make modifications to WordPress templates, or create new templates from scratch.
It is also able to deal with WordPress plugins and make modifications to them, and develop new ones as well.
Sixth: In the field of application development (APP DEVELOPMENT CAREERS)
Web application development is one of The most in-demand specialties in the remote job market, due to the high percentage of phone users who visit the Web.
For this reason, the field receives great interest and a great demand for its learning. The specializations are divided into the following:
1. NATIVE APP DEVELOPERS
It creates applications specifically designed for Android or iOS mobile phones. It is worth noting that this specialty is one of the most important at the present time.
A smart phone application developer can make great profits whether he works with a specialized company with a salary, or he works alone in the field of making applications and profiting from them.
2. MOBILE GAME DEVELOPER
Creates mobile games only. In fact, games are basically applications, but they are a unique type of application whose purpose is to get the user to have fun and excitement.
Making smartphone applications is also a very profitable field, and there are a lot of game programming companies that require developers for smartphone games, and they pay more than great salaries.
3. CHATBOT DEVELOPER
It creates an intelligent chat box that interacts with the user and answers it with pre-programmed and prepared responses in the box system, as major companies need such technology in order to build fast interaction and better communication with customers instead of the human system that requires customers to wait.
Seventh: In the field of data science (DATA SCIENCE CAREERS)
It is one of the specialties required in the remote labor market that has recently spread, and which many people hear about, but do not know anything about.
Thanks to technology and the Internet, we are able to share, share and retain all types of audio or visual content.
With the increase in the data we use in our daily lives, from photos and videos to great memories… to your project submission file for your work or the e-book you read in your spare time, interest in data science called “the oil of the twenty-first century” has increased due to the scarcity of people who understand and deal with it.
Data science is a broad field that focuses primarily on understanding the data a company owns, extracting information from it using algorithms to use to solve problems or answering questions, and providing advice to management to improve the business.
1. DATA ANALYST
It collects, analyzes, and stores data to access the required form of data and presents it to people and companies in order to improve the decision-making process, and specializes in organizing databases and repairing malfunctions that may be exposed to them.
2. MACHINE LEARNING RESEARCHER
It builds the systems a data analyst needs to understand data, and needs a strong proficiency with languages like Python or C++ to code these algorithms.
3. DATA MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
It does not analyze data, but manages it within the company's databases, and works to store information in an organized manner, and makes it easy for all members of the company to access it.
4. DATA ENGINEER
He builds the databases used by the data management specialist, where he creates digital repositories that store valuable information for the organization.
Eighth: In the field of distance education (FREELANCE E-LEARNING CAREERS)
With the expansion of the use of the Internet and its entry into the field of education, and the increase in the need of large companies to develop the skills of their employees, educational courses appeared available online so that each employee can have it at the time that suits him.
Thus, e-learning has gained great importance in the world of business, and is no longer limited to corporate education, but has expanded to include educational institutions at all stages, so the need for the presence of specialists has emerged.
There is no doubt that e-learning jobs spread quickly with the Corona crisis sweeping the whole world, which stopped the features of human life in it, including students going to schools and universities to receive knowledge.
It was necessary to find a quick alternative to ensure the continuity of the educational process, which gave e-learning jobs an importance that they did not enjoy before among the specialties required in the remote job market.
1. E-LEARNING CONSULTANT
An e-learning consultant helps create better online courses and effectively market them to target clients. E-learning is one of the very booming fields at the moment.
There are a lot of e-learning platforms that require e-learning consultants, and you can get a great salary through them if you are a professional in a field.
2. INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER
He undertakes the task of designing the curricula and educational courses that the students will study by following a plan or a logically arranged map of the topics covered in the educational products he works on.
Ninth: In the field of photography (PHOTOGRAPHY CAREERS)
Unlike all freelance jobs that often don't involve face-to-face interaction with the client, a photographer needs to meet the client in order to get their shots either at the photographer's home, or outside somewhere suitable for great shots.
Therefore, some may think that it cannot be included under the required specializations in the remote labor market, when in fact the opposite is true.
1. PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHER
He takes professional photos of the product to highlight its attractiveness, and make it tempting for the customer to buy it in order to increase sales.
He must understand the psychology and mentality of the viewer well, use the right lighting, attractive colors and the right angles to attract the customer's interest.
2. ADVERTISING PHOTOGRAPHER
He designs the advertisement in which the product depicted by the product photographer will be displayed. His work is similar to the work of the product photographer, as he must understand the customer, and what attracts him to ensure a successful advertisement, but it requires creative skill to come up with new, non-repetitive advertising ideas.
3. PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER
It takes professional selfies of people for use at work, such as putting it on a resume before applying for work, or to put it on an employee ID card and other business purposes.
4. REAL ESTATE PHOTOGRAPHER
As a product photographer, a real estate photographer professionally shoots properties inside and out to attract customers' attention to make their purchase.
5. WEDDING/EVENT PHOTOGRAPHER
This job is considered the most famous in the field of photography jobs, due to its constant demand in the labor market.
The wedding night is a very special event that happens once in a lifetime, and it must be documented with pictures by a professional to ensure that the work comes out with high quality.
The wedding photographer takes pictures of the newlyweds and the attendees, pictures that reflect the manifestations of joy and happiness on this happy occasion, and he is also used for all other similar occasions such as engagements and birthdays.
Tenth: In the field of video design (VIDEOGRAPHY CAREERS)
No work can dispense with videos in order to market that work, and therefore video shooting jobs are in great demand, as are most jobs related to any type of visual or audio content from The most in-demand specialties in the remote job market.
Like other photography jobs, some video shooting jobs may require the freelancer to leave their home and work at times specified by the client.
He writes the script for various types of videos such as movies, TV series, plays, animation, and TV commercials.
Where he creates and invents characters, formulates the plot, and writes the dialogue, forming a framework that the director can follow to draw his creative vision to transform the writer's words into a live video.
Therefore, the writer needs to have creative skills, a fertile imagination, and be a lot of reading and acquaintance.
2. VIDEO EDITOR
He arranges and coordinates the scenes and video clips within a thoughtful time sequence, and adds the appropriate sound and music effects to them so that it turns into a coherent, attractive, specific message, and he must be familiar with the principles of filmmaking.
Here, we have finished our article today about The most in-demand specialties in the remote job market, which we hope will be useful for young people, and open their eyes to learning new skills that can give them a better life.
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