To meet this high demand from
both employers and students, some schools/universities such as Wharton School
of the University of Pennsylvania, University of Pennsylvania and Stanford
Graduate School of Business have started including Blockchain in their MBA
programs as well. In addition, there are several training companies that offer
courses as well.
Jobs and Salary
Most companies do not advertise
for these jobs on their website. So how do you find a job and where do you
The most popular sites for such
job postings are LinkedIn, Indeed, Upwork, Blockchainjobz, Joblift, Crypto Jobs
List, Blocktribe and AngelList.
Big companies as well as
start-ups are in need of these experts. Bigger companies generally hire for
internal projects and employers are mainly in the financial services and
software development industries.
Some examples are IBM,
MasterCard, Booz Allen Hamilton, JP Morgan Chase, Salt Lending, VISA and Coinbase
Compensation for blockchain
talent is much higher than regular developers. In high-tech regions such as
Boston, Silicon Valley and New York, annual income is up to $158,000. Median
salary in other regions in US is about $130,000. According to Upwork hourly
rate is as high as $150.
It is the best time now to
acquire Blockchain skills and make a switch as demand will continue to grow