According to a Google Trends analysis of internet searches for the keyword “remote crypto jobs” during the previous five years, the search index has increased by 614 percent over the same period in 2021, reaching a score of 100 through June 12–18, 2022.
There has been an upsurge in desire for remote positions, or at least those that support a hybrid working model, notably among computer workers throughout the world, as employee tastes are shifting towards a WFH way of working in a post-pandemic society.
However, this tendency is particularly strong in the cryptocurrency business, where demand for remote crypto employment has been growing along with industry hiring over the previous few years.
In addition, hiring has not decreased despite the current bear cycle in the cryptocurrency markets, which is indicative of the developmental work being undertaken across many segments by industry participants. This is due to the cryptocurrency and blockchain industries receiving record levels of venture funding.
Technology companies may access a global talent pool by hiring remote IT specialists and running operations around the clock by distributing staff across the various time zones. By utilizing its resources from other nations to their full potential, they can also do away with cross-border visa processes and reduce recruiting expenses, which will eventually help to reduce their carbon footprint and increase the sustainability of their operations.
“The future of work is being reimagined and human resource professionals across the world have acknowledged the significance of leveraging remote hiring to cater to changing client and business requirements. Remote jobs are here to stay and will augment the adoption of hybrid work models across sectors, especially the technology-heavy crypto and blockchain industries.”Sharat Chandra, VP – Research and Strategy, EarthID
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