6 in-demand hybrid jobs you can get with a bachelor’s degree that pay $50,000 or more

Around 10% of all jobs now offer hybrid opportunities.


The share of jobs offering hybrid opportunities has been growing — going "from around 2% before the pandemic," says Julia Pollak, labor economist at ZipRecruiter, "to around 10% now."   

Some industries have proven more flexible than others, she adds. More than a third, 38%, of job listings in the finance and insurance industry now offer remote or hybrid opportunities, for example, as well as 33% of jobs in tech and 15% of jobs in law.

And as the economy adds more jobs and employers look for workers, many companies are also relaxing requirements related to years of experience or advanced degrees. Some just require a bachelor's degree.

Here are six in-demand hybrid jobs, according to Monster and Flexjobs, along with their median annual salaries, according to Payscale. Each of these only requires a BA.


Recruiters help their organizations seek out the right personnel to fill open roles. They reach out to candidates, collect their material like resumes and cover letters, and do preliminary interviews with them.

Median annual salary: $52,000

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Staff accountant

Accountants examine financial statements for their organizations, compute their taxes owed, organize and maintain financial records, and recommend best financial practices to management.

Median annual salary: $52,000

Human resources generalist

These HR professionals help onboard new hires and walk them through their contracts with the company. They help settle internal disputes, coordinate various benefits programs, and keep records of employees.

Median annual salary: $55,000

Account executive

An account executive is responsible for a company's relationship with a given client. They pitch the deal and negotiate its details and they work to keep the client happy. They may be responsible for just one client relationship or several.   

Median annual salary: $56,000

Business analyst

Business analysts look at various data relevant to their company's activities to map out strategies to reach goals and improve decision-making. They work with stakeholders to shape best practices and monitor data changes in their field.

Median annual salary: $62,000

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Project manager

These managers can be found throughout various industries, from finance to tech. They are responsible for overseeing all of the moving parts of a project. They manage the employees building the product or creating the content, keep up with timelines, and ensure clients are happy.

Median annual salary: $87,000

Look for jobs like the above on sites including Indeed, ZipRecruiter, Monster, LinkedIn, and FlexJobs.

When searching for a hybrid role on these sites, make sure to "search for that keyword" specifically, says Brie Reynolds, career development manager at FlexJobs. "We see those jobs listed as 'partially remote' jobs, so that might be another keyword to search for," she adds. That helps ensure the jobs that pop up have the kind of flexibility you're looking for.

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