What are the best jobs in Singapore?
Indeed’s Global Best Jobs ranks jobs based on demand, salary, and hybrid work arrangements.
Despite recent tech layoffs, jobs in the industry remain to be one of the bests in Singapore.
According to Indeed, tech jobs offer the most flexibility and above-average wages. It is also amongst the most in-demand jobs in the Lion City.
Nine of the 20 best jobs listed by Indeed were tech jobs, including back-end developers (5th), technical program managers (7th), and data engineers (12th).
Indeed’s best jobs list ranks positions based on the number of postings offering remote or hybrid working arrangements, salary, employer demand and consistent growth in job postings from 2019 to 2022.
In Singapore, customer success manager was identified as the best job, followed by infrastructure engineers, growth marketers, senior product managers, and back-end developers.
Other jobs on the list include site reliability engineers, technical program managers, product designers, implementation specialists, business development specialists, integration engineers, data engineers, engineering managers and sales leads.
In 2022, back-end developers and customer success managers have the most job postings per one million total jobs, with 2,153 and 1,749, respectively. Senior product managers have the highest average base monthly salary at $10,326, followed by site reliability engineers at $9,658.
“While salary has often been deemed as the key marker for what makes a job good, it is no longer the only factor job seekers are considering. In 2023, flexible working arrangements are playing a much bigger role in the decision process, alongside growth and opportunity. As such, employers should be looking for ways to improve workplace flexibility where possible,” said Saumitra Chand, career expert at Indeed.
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