It might be hard to imagine that people born as late as 2000 — a designation known as Gen Z — are already entering the professional workforce.
But they are, and there’s a few jobs in the tech sphere that 18- to 25-year-old workers are particularly excited about. Some of those jobs are even nearing the six-figure salary mark.
Comparably, a website that monitors the job market for trends, compiled a list of the 15 most popular tech jobs for Gen Z workers, ordered by average salary:
9. System administrator ($67,464)
The systems administrator, commonly shortened to SysAdmin, is in charge of the company’s internal tech systems, such as servers and computer systems.
7. Financial analyst ($69,560)
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A financial analyst will assist in the company’s investment decisions, as well as analyze the financial systems of the company as a whole.
5. DevOps engineer ($87,400)
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A DevOps engineer tends to have a mix of the responsibilities of both a software developer and IT worker, and will work with coding and testing products.