As the crypto economy has swelled to close to $2 trillion in value globally, the businesses and operations behind it continue to expand. This means that a great number of companies are hiring and a quick look at popular online directories shows there’s a slew of jobs available.
Bitcoin and Blockchain Employment Opportunities
The aftermath of the coronavirus and the lockdowns caused a number of individuals to lose their employment. However, many of these people might not know that the crypto industry is bustling with jobs and the number of companies hiring can be staggering. For instance, a monster.com query shows there are 1,970 jobs available under the search term “bitcoin.” The number of employment opportunities increases to 2,989 jobs if the individual uses the term “blockchain.”
You might not know about it, but the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry is hiring thousands of people to fill certain roles.
The jobs posted to Monster.com’s indicate that employers are looking to hire chief technology officers (CTO), client services associates, compliance officers, developers, investment advisors, product assessors, brokers, copywriters, journalists, editors, data scientists, marketing officers, social media associates, public relations and more. Companies hiring include firms like Einstein AI, Black Pen Recruitment, Square Inc., Crypto Transport, and Flipside Crypto.
The popular online job search tool indeed.com shows 824 jobs using the term “bitcoin” and 4,589 jobs under the search for “blockchain.” The jobs on Indeed.com’s search engine stem from employers like Kraken, Bitcoin of America, Energi, Binance, and Bitcoin IRA. Jobs on Indeed.com offer careers like sales managers, over-the-counter (OTC) options traders, intelligence data analysts, software engineers, brand designers, research analysts, social media associates, editors, product assessors, and brokers.
There are also freelancer gigs available with sites like venezuelaworkers.com, cryptojobslist.com, blockew.com, and Freelance for Coins. The service venezuelaworkers.com allows people to “hire the best freelancers for any job, [and] pay in bitcoin cash (BCH) and bitcoin (BTC).”
Crypto Jobs Are Based All Around the World and Offer Remote Positions
Cryptocurrency and blockchain-related jobs are based all around the world in nearly every major city. Moreover, there’s a ton of employment opportunities tethered to blockchain and bitcoin where people can earn a living remotely and work from home.
In addition, the crypto-tech industry gives people a unique perspective on where the future of money is going. Bitcoin.com also has a number of jobs available as well, as the company is looking for a talent acquisition and engagement lead, a financial analyst, a news editor, an email marketing manager, and many more.
While Monster.com and Indeed.com have a grand total of 10,372 employment opportunities tied to the “bitcoin” and “blockchain” terms, Google searches have a whole lot more. The term “bitcoin jobs” on Google gives around 93,600,000 results, while “blockchain jobs” show around 151,000,000 results.
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