If you’re reading this, you’re probably on the job hunt, and if you’re on the job hunt, you’re probably about ready to throw your hands in the air in frustration.
It’s difficult out there–and made only more difficult by a lack of helpful tools. Which is why we’re here.
We’re a database for all your “Finding a Job Need to Knows”. And today, we’re going to help whittle down the list of jobs to choose from, per your skillset.
And the good news is, if you’re skilled in HTML, there are a lot of great jobs to choose from.
Here are the top 10:
For the full list of 50, jump to the bottom of the article. But now, here’s how we came up with this list of the jobs that use HTML.
One of the easiest ways to advance in your career is to develop the skills that are most in demand by future employers.
Lucky for us, we have a database of over 7 million real-world resumes to identify which jobs require which skills. So, we looked through each resume to identify which job titles had ‘HTML’ listed as a skill the most.
We did our best to find fuzzy matches, meaning something like ‘HTML’ or ‘htmL’ would match our search. We then divided the number of matches by the total number of resumes to see which job titles had the highest percentage of matches.
|2||Senior Java Developer||5,182|
|3||Senior Software Engineer||4,817|
|7||Quality Assurance Analyst||2,254|
|11||Quality Assurance Tester||1,444|
|13||Senior .NET Developer||1,224|
|15||Quality Assurance Engineer||971|
|19||Senior Web Developer||787|
|23||Senior Quality Assurance Analyst||652|
|24||Web Application Developer||622|
|28||Junior .NET Developer||553|
|30||Quality Assurance Lead||524|
|31||Software Engineering Internship||478|
|33||Senior Programmer Analyst||424|
|35||Software Test Engineer||410|
|36||Senior Technical Writer||403|
|39||Senior Business Analyst||392|
|43||Junior Java Developer||333|
|48||Senior Quality Assurance Engineer||299|