Top Six Figure Income Jobs for Remote Workers

Top Six Figure Income Jobs for Remote Workers

If you are working any of these six figure income jobs at the office, and wondering if you really need to be at the office, chances are the answer is no.

Working from home is convenient and helps cut costs on commuting. Plus, you get to spend more time with family and live anywhere you want while making the same salary.

Six-figure income jobs for remote workers can be found across many industries. See if you have one of these six figure salary jobs below. If so, it may be time to set up a home office!

Supervisory Attorney

  • Salary: $117,000 to $152,000
  • Description: Supervises less-experienced attorneys, legal guidance, supervises assigned cases and staff.

Senior Software Engineer

  • Salary: $100,000 to $200,000
  • Description: Developing and running software programs, overseeing related projects, managing software engineers, troubleshooting technical issues, and debugging software.

Senior Medical Writer

  • Salary: $110,000 to $115,000
  • Description: Reviews medical information, writes documents, edits other medical writers’ submissions and works with senior management to keep projects on track at a variety of healthcare-related companies including medical publishers and pharmaceutical companies.

Director of Quality Improvement

  • Salary: $100,000 to  $175,000
  • Description: Responsible for working to design and develop best practices related to systems administration and data architecture.

Clinical Regulatory Affairs Director

  • Salary: $150,000 to  $151,000
  • Description: Plans, prepares and submits products for global markets, writes regulatory documents for clinical trial applications, and assists with marketing documents.

Research Biologist

  • Salary: $100,000 to $157,000
  • Description: Explores and studies biology in a lab or out in the field while researching interaction of organisms and environments in fields including zoology, taxonomy, physiology, population biology, and ecology.

Director of Business Development

  • Salary: $100,000 to  $151,000
  • Description: Drive sales and revenue, responsible for established clients and new business, oversees sales teams for larger companies.

Environmental Engineer

  • Salary: $100,000 to $110,000
  • Description: Performs as an expert to reduce environmental waste and damage, including managing ways to protect the Earth and human populations from harmful chemicals and pollution, ensuring compliance with regulations and assisting in the development of regulations.

Audit Manager

  • Salary: $100,000 to $110,000
  • Description: Leads, plans and executes financial and operational audits for companies or clients, works with stakeholders to understand the outcomes and impacts of the audit, ensures future compliance, and evaluates internal systems, policies, and procedures.

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