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    15 Careers That Posted A Ton Of Remote Jobs In 2020 (And Likely Will In Years To Come)

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    Due to the pandemic, working from home went mainstream in 2020 — but the trend is far from over.

    Some industries are jumping on the bandwagon, offering jobs that will remain remote long after the pandemic is over.

    These are the industries that posted the most remote jobs in 2020 (plus the skills and education that employers are looking for).

    1. Computer and IT

    Here are some examples of computer and IT jobs for folks on the newer end of this field:

    Job postings for Technical Support, Database Analyst, and Technical Support Advisor roles

    2. Medical and Health

    3. Project Management

    Here's what entry-level project management job listings might look like:

    Job postings for Web Project Manager and Product Manager

    4. Sales

    This is what a job might look like for someone who's just starting out:

    Job postings for Inside Sales, Sales Lead Coordinator, and Inside Sales Appointment Setter

    5. Accounting and Finance

    6. Customer Service

    This is what an entry-level position in customer service might look like.

    Job postings for Care Manager, Call Center Representative, and Customer Service Representative

    7. Marketing

    8. Education and Training

    9. Business Development

    10. Administrative

    This is what an entry-level job in administration might look like.

    Job postings for Administrative Assistant roles

    11. Consulting

    12. Mortgage and Real Estate

    Here's what an early-career position in mortgage and real estate might look like:

    Job postings for Post Closer Process Associate, Mortgage Loan Closer, and Closer

    13. Internet and E-commerce

    14. Writing

    Here's what some writing jobs might look like for someone who's early in their career:

    Job postings for Product Description Writer, Transportation Writer, and Pulmonary Fibrosis Columnist

    15. HR and Recruiting

    This is what a job might look like for someone who's new to the industry:

    Job descriptions for Human Resources Assistant, HR Representative, Recruiter, and HR Generalist

    If you're searching for a job currently or thinking about making career moves, we hope having this data in your pocket is helpful! And if you've got money on your mind, check out more of our personal finance posts.