Open blockchain jobs are on the rise. In fact, according to a Glassdoor report, the number of unique jobs related to the blockchain has increased from 446 to August 2017 to 1,775 for the same month of this year. It's a staggering 300 percent.
Not bad for a new technology.
When the blockchain becomes widespread in the health sector, it will probably carry well-paid jobs, since post-blockchain tend to pay well above the median wage of the United States. The median in blockchain is now at $ 84.884, according to Glassdoor, and can even reach $ 233.667.
A little more than half of these jobs will be in technical and engineering roles. Here are some related to the role of health IT:
Computer engineer (19% of the total)
Relations Manager analyst (5 percent of the total)
Front-end engineer (3 percent of the total)
Technology architect, (3 percent of the total)
Back-end engineer (2 percent of the total)
Technical manager (1 percent of the total)
DevOps engineer (1 percent of the total)
QA engineer (1 percent of the total)
Blockchain has great potential to overcome the problems of trust and stretch the wrinkles of technology when it comes to sharing clinical and financial data in the health sector. And evidence is emerging that the practical uses of blockchain are closer than previously thought.