More than one-third (36%) of advertised job opportunities in the blockchain industry are remote-based, which is higher than the expected global average of 16% across all employment sectors.
“The decentralized nature of blockchain itself makes it well-suited for remote work, as there is no need for employees to be in the same physical location in order to collaborate on projects. As the blockchain industry continues to grow, it is likely that the trend towards remote work will continue.”Jonathan Merry, CEO, BanklessTimes.com
The rising trend in blockchain toward remote employment can be attributed to a number of factors. For starters, because blockchain is still a young sector, there is a lot of flexibility in terms of job definitions and responsibilities. Employers will find it simpler to let workers to work remotely or from home as a result. Additionally, due to the worldwide nature of blockchain, businesses frequently have staff in several time zones, making remote work even more practical.
A blockchain company that supports a culture of work-from-anywhere may access a bigger talent pool, enabling it to accept employees who have primary caregiving responsibilities. A more inclusive and diverse workplace is encouraged through remote working.
Blockchain companies think that everybody may contribute to the growth and development of open-source networks, reinventing the objective of global systems. Regardless of place, country, or amount of financial resources, it can do this.
One of the most in-demand professions in the cryptocurrency sector is software development. In contrast to 31% of other professions, 44% of blockchain software development employment were remote.
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