What warm countries are the best for jobs in web design?
What warm countries are the best for jobs in web design? We’ve rounded up the best countries that offer a wide range of job opportunities, reasonable living standards and favourable tax regulations.
Have you ever wondered what warm countries are the best for jobs in web design? If you are a website designer yourself and enjoy your job, then you should consider yourself lucky. Web design is one of the few occupations that’s welcomed in countries striving to stay up to speed with all the technological changes. Globally, there are so many countries that have a high deficiency of website designers and with constant changes in the industry, the demand for designers is bound to increase significantly.
After coming across the Top 10 best paying jobs for Brits abroad, it’s clear that some of the best paying jobs are tech and development related. As you already know, to become a shrewd web developer, you need to love enjoying doing what web developers do. Again, you might also know that the main benefit of becoming a web developer is the high earnings associated with the job.
What you perhaps didn’t know is that there are two categories of web designers; those classified according to their knowledge and those classified according the experience in the field. Designers with at least 4-6 years of experience are categorized under the junior category, while those with more than six years of work experience are categorized in the senior category. These are the people whose skills are unmatched, and they are good at whatever field they’ve specialized in.
The salary and other perks associated with web development vary from one country to another depending on the category you fall in.
Below, we look at the warm countries that offer the highest pay for website developers. This article will especially help those of you who are planning to leave their respective countries for one that offers equally or better-living conditions, has high quality of life and most importantly has job opportunities that come with better salaries and bonuses.
Coming last in this list is Malta. The country has a growing economy with friendly rules & regulations that govern the commercial and financial sectors. The country has also managed to establish itself as a reputable and respectable hub for the some of the European online gambling and iGaming companies – which create thousands of job opportunities for website developers and designers. Check Casumo careers for some interesting job opportunities – a growing company with a good reputation in the area.
As one of Europe’s reputable licensing jurisdiction, the country’s iGaming sector also employs hundreds of thousands of people directly or indirectly. The Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association grants a variety of gaming licenses including the betting intermediary’s license; bookmaker’s license and gaming machine license.
Relocating to Gibraltar also has other advantages of course, especially if you are looking for a change in lifestyle. It’s the perfect choice because Spain is just close by and you can decide to live in any of the nearby Spanish towns.
3. Isle of Man
Gradually, Isle of Man has grown economically, politically and has managed to acquire the political independence necessary for a thriving business environment. The country also offers plenty of opportunities for English natives seeking to build their careers, without compromising on their salaries as compared to the neighbouring countries.
The island also happens to be one of Europe’s elite licensing jurisdiction for online casinos. The OECD and the UK have ‘White Listed’ the island for the purpose of tax and iGaming cooperation, which gives Isle of Man full access to advertise its services to the British and Irish markets. This attracts online casino websites and tech companies in the iGaming industry, which in turn create thousands of job opportunities for website developers.
Taiwan is the second best warmest countries to work in as a web designer, scoring high in functional programming, database, algorithm as well as data structure challenges. It’s worth mentioning that python is the prevalent language used in web design.
Japan experiences high rainfall with high levels of humidity throughout the year. The Northern part of the country has long cold winters with heavy snow but warm summers. The Central part of the country experiences hot, humid summers and short winters while the Southern part of the country has long, very hot, humid summers and mild winters.
The different climates within the country, coupled with the fact that Japan has established itself as one of the best countries in the world at AI challenges makes it a very favourable place for anyone looking for a job as a web designer. The country has also adopted computer programming classes to their education system in both secondary and primary schools.
From the list above, it’s evident that you don’t have to relocate to Silicon Valley in order to pursue your career as a web designer. Although San Francisco Bay Area and other top cities such Seoul, Berlin and Moscow remain as the undisputed epicentre of tech, the cost of living there is so high that you can find better alternatives with a modest salary.
You Can Also Work As a Freelance Web Designer
Alternatively, there are plenty of ways for striking out on your own, but as a freelance web designer. Securing the high paying gigs won’t just be enough but complimenting your salary by branching out online, establishing an impeccable portfolio and maybe even prove yourself through tests which will showcase your skills. You can try this out by visiting websites such as Upwork, Fivver, Peopleperhour among many others.
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