6 Highest Paying Jobs in 2017

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With the overpopulation in our living room,and job opportunities on the flight to Neverland,the competition for employment at the best paying jobs has increased manifolds. It has become crucial, especially for the inexperienced candidates,to start honing their skills for the upcoming highest paying jobs.

It is best to choose the option that gives you the most satisfaction and you think you can handle. Think carefully and evaluate all the options before making your final choice. Then give it your 100% to excel in the field.

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Here are the 6 highest Paying Jobs in 2017 according to us :

Growth Hacker

A growth hacker uses his knowledge and experimental methods to formalise the best strategy that helps in faster growth of the organisation he is working for. They look for opportunities in marketing and product development, for the most effective, efficient ways to grow the business. The current trend in growth hacking is working on Online platforms. It involves both conventional and unconventional marketing.

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Skills Required:

Statistics, Excel Modeling, Programming, Analytics, SQL, Web Scraping


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Rs 60,000 to 3,00,000 per month

Technical Writer (Content)

Similar to content writers but their focuses on detailed technicalities of the products. They work for IT or programming companies. A technical writer is one of the key members for companies specialising in technology. Technical Writers make documents that help people understand the technology, like manuals, guides, white papers etc.


Skills Required:

Content Management, Well-versed with the process for designing documents, Technical curiosity and knowledge, computer scripting


Rs 50,000 to Rs 1,70,000 per month

Social Media Manager

Many companies have recognized the value and benefit in social media marketing. A Social Media Manager manages the outbound and incoming online interactions — along with other small business marketing activities. It involves reaching a targeted audience, interacting with them and generating leads or conversions for the business. Their work also involves online reputation management and managing of the online-content-based assets.


Skills Required:

Aptitude for writing, SEO, Content Marketing, Online Reputation Management, Social Advertising experience (Facebook Dark posts, power-editor, Instagram promotions etc.)


Rs 30,000 to Rs 3,00,000 per month

SEO Analyst

They are responsible for implementing SEO and managing content. Their purpose is to optimize the content so that it ranks #1 among organic links on search engines like Google. They contribute to the goals and success of the client’s campaign.


Skills Required:

Technical SEO, Content Marketing, Social Media Marketing experience


Rs 30,000 to Rs 1,00,000 per month

Statistical Analyst

Statistical analysis involves collecting and scrutinizing every data sample in a set of items from which samples can be drawn. It can go from health outcomes research to marketing analysis to the longevity of a light bulb.


Skills Required:

Rigorous knowledge of Statistics, SQL, a Statistical Language (R, SAS, SPSS), scripting Knowledge, Understanding of machine learning tools & techniques


Rs 50,000 to Rs 4,00,000 per month

Applications Developer

An applications developer translates software requirements into workable programming code and maintains and develops programs. Their profile also includes maintaining the app and making secure and easy to use.


Skills Required:

High-level programming and related technical skills, Mobile User Interface Designing, Backend Computing, Mobile Application Development


Rs 50,000 to Rs 5,00,000 per month

So, these are the 6 highest paying jobs of 2017 according to us. Choose wisely and get going.

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