15 High-Paying Jobs in the Tech Industry
Vartika Srivastava

Tue, 28 Feb 2023

High Paying Jobs in the Tech Industry
The technology industry is one of the highest-paying industries in the world. With the fast-paced evolution of technologies, more innovations are happening at a rapid pace. This, in turn, is generating ample opportunities for tech professionals and budding developers. In the post pandemic phase, the tech talent of India has been highly regarded for promoting widespread digitalization and making traditional businesses switch effectively to digital platforms in no time. 
Businesses are increasingly conducting their sales through online platforms as a result of digitalization.The reliability of technology is increasing, and hence there is a sudden surge in demand for tech talent across the country. 

Top High-Paying Jobs in the Technology Industry

Below are some of the high-paying jobs in the tech industry:  

1) Solutions Architect

A solution architect works towards providing ethical solutions for business problems and issues. They are concerned with fixing the technology and software shortcomings and providing an efficient solution to them. They are involved in designing, describing, and managing those solutions. It is one of the highest paying tech jobs. 
Average Annual Salary: 25 LPA

2) Cloud Architect

A cloud architect is involved in designing and managing cloud computing systems and enabling them to process and store large amounts of data. They are responsible for bridging the gap between complex business issues and solutions in the cloud. 
Average Annual Salary: 21.6 LPA

3) Data Security Analyst

They are concerned with protecting the organization’s system and networks from being hacked or exposed to any type of cyber attack. They also perform security audits, measure the risk assessment 
Average Annual Salary: 5.1 LPA

4) Data Scientist

Data scientists are primarily concerned with using statistical and computational methods to analyze big data and extract insights from it. There is a lot of demand for data scientist roles at present, and they are widely applied across industries like healthcare, technology, and fintech. 
Average Annual Salary: 10.1 LPA

5) Software Architect

A software architect designs, develops, and deals with complex software systems. They deal with the high-level structuring and functionality of the software and sync it with the demands of the organization. It is one of the highest paying software jobs. 
Average Annual Salary: 26.5 LPA

6) DevOps Engineer

A DevOps engineer ensures that the processes, tools, and methodologies required for the software development cycle are functioning efficiently and effectively. Since they are involved in development as well as operations, DevOps engineers are required to have relevant skills.
Average Annual Salary: 6.5 LPA

7) Big Data Engineer

They work with large sets of data to analyze and sort them to select relevant databases for the companies. These databases are eventually used by the company to study the business pattern and direct business decisions in accordance with it. 
Average Annual Salary: 8.3 LPA

8) Full Stack Developer

A full-stack developer is responsible for developing and maintaining the front-end and back-end of web applications. They possess a good understanding of web development strategies. They are also proficient in multiple programming languages and can work efficiently with them. 
Average Annual Salary: 7 LPA

9) Mobile Application Developer

As suggested by the name, a mobile application developer, creates, develops, and maintains the applications built for mobile devices. They primarily work on operating systems like iOS and Android and also consider UI/X while designing them.
Average Annual Salary: 4.5 LPA

10) AI Engineer

An AI engineer is responsible for strategizing and solving problems with AI implementation in the organization. They work on building AI modes from scratch and developing them to the level of implementation. They automate AI infrastructure to be used by data scientists. 
Average Annual Salary: 7.4 LPA

11) Blockchain Engineer

A blockchain engineer is solely responsible for implementing blockchain technology in the business's technical operations.This technology has become increasingly relevant across industries like healthcare, fintech, and manufacturing. 
Average Annual Salary: 6.8 LPA

12) Machine Learning Engineer

As ML is concerned with making the system smarter and more intelligent so as to reduce human intervention, an ML engineer develops algorithms and models that help the machines make their own decisions.
Average Annual Salary: 6.8 LPA

13) UI/UX Designer

With the increasing importance of customer satisfaction and engagement in the current business scenario, the user interface is being carefully curated in every business. They create and design user interfaces for websites and applications.
Average Annual Salary: 5 LPA

14) Product Manager

A product manager is concerned with the development and launch of new products in the organization. They engage actively with other teams to plan and develop product strategies and work towards their development. 
Average Annual Salary: 16.9 LPA

15) Systems Engineer

A systems engineer designs, integrates, and manages complex systems like servers, networks, and storage systems. They work to make sure that the system is efficient, reliable, and scalable throughout its life cycle. 
Average Annual Salary: 4.4 LPA
Apart from these, there are many more roles that are in high demand at present. Upskilling in new technologies would help bridge the talent supply and demand gap, as well as lead to a positive business curve. Some of the top skills in which tech professionals can upskill or reskill are cloud computing, cybersecurity, and AI/ML. 
* Salary data source- AmbitionBox
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