When we think of remote work, there's this sense that the jobs are limited in terms of their nature, the available hours, the employment package, and the upward mobility when compared with full-time, in-office jobs. However, as the work world returns to some semblance of normal, a plethora of remote jobs are still in demand. Many even go beyond your usual hourly, freelance, or customer service gigs and into some big-bag, money-making opportunities with benefits.
Check out a few amazing high-paying remote jobs which, Remote.co reports, include salary offers to the tune of six-figures and are 100 percent out-of-office. (Also, sis, don't count yourself out of these sorts of jobs even if you're underqualified right now. This list can be aspirational, so you can at least find out what you need to do now in order to land these opportunities in the future):
The average annual salary for a finance director is reportedly $111,000 and involves "guiding financial decisions," interpreting data, and ensuring compliance. Also, at least eight years of experience in the sector is required.
As an IT supervisor, you'll develop and manage an audit support team, security programmers, and special projects. Up to nine years of experience in IT and/or tech security is required, and the annual salary is $110,000.
If you're an MD licensed in multiple states, becoming a telemedical physician is ideal, and the salary sits at at least $140,000 per year. You'll be offering your skills and talents via phone or video, which is a great part about this type of medical job.
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If you love designing, developing, testing and deploying new products from scratch, this $111,000-a-year job is for you. And, here's a plus: becoming a software engineer only requires at least three years of exemplary relevant experience in software engineering to boot.
If you know how to lead and develop teams that prepare quarterly and year-end tax deliverables and disclosures for securities findings, the role of a tax director is a good one. The salary hits $148,000 and experience at one of the Big 4 firms is required.
So, whether you're already qualified or you're mapping out your future plan for earning big bank and leaving the office for good, give these options a try. For more listings and details of high-paying remote jobs, visit FlexJobs or Remote.co.
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Our teeth are connected to so many things - our nutrition, our confidence, and our overall mood. We often take for granted how important healthy teeth are, until issues like tooth sensitivity or gum recession come to remind us. Like most things related to our bodies, prevention is the best medicine. Here are five things you can do immediately to improve your oral hygiene, prevent tooth sensitivity, and avoid dental issues down the road.
1) Go Easy On the Rough Brushing: Brushing your teeth is and always will be priority number one in the oral hygiene department. No surprises there! However, there is such a thing as applying too much pressure when brushing…and that can lead to problems over time. Use a toothbrush with soft bristles and brush in smooth, circular motions. It may seem counterintuitive, but a gentle approach to brushing is the most effective way to clean those pearly whites without wearing away enamel and exposing sensitive areas of the teeth.
2) Use A Desensitizing Toothpaste: As everyone knows, mouth pain can be highly uncomfortable; but tooth sensitivity is a whole different beast. Hot weather favorites like ice cream and popsicles have the ability to trigger tooth sensitivity, which might make you want to stay away from icy foods altogether. But as always, prevention is the best medicine here. Switching to a toothpaste like Sensodyne’s Sensitivity & Gum toothpaste specifically designed for sensitive teeth will help build a protective layer over sensitive areas of the tooth. Over time, those sharp sensations that occur with extremely cold foods will subside, and you’ll be back to treating yourself to your icy faves like this one!
3) Floss, Rinse, Brush. (And In That Order!): Have you ever heard the saying, “It’s not what you do, but how you do it”? Well, the same thing applies to taking care of your teeth. Even if you are flossing and brushing religiously, you could be missing out on some of the benefits simply because you aren’t doing so in the right order. Flossing is best to do before brushing because it removes food particles and plaque from places your toothbrush can’t reach. After a proper flossing sesh, it is important to rinse out your mouth with water after. Finally, you can whip out your toothbrush and get to brushing. Though many of us commonly rinse with water after brushing to remove excess toothpaste, it may not be the best thing for our teeth. That’s because fluoride, the active ingredient in toothpaste that protects your enamel, works best when it gets to sit on the teeth and continue working its magic. Rinsing with water after brushing doesn’t let the toothpaste go to work like it really can. Changing up your order may take some getting used to, but over time, you’ll see the difference.
4) Stay Hydrated: Upping your water supply is a no-fail way to level up your health overall, and your teeth are no exception to this rule. Drinking water not only helps maintain a healthy pH balance in your mouth, but it also washes away residue and acids that can cause enamel erosion. It also helps you steer clear of dry mouth, which is a gateway to bad breath. And who needs that?
5) Show Your Gums Some Love: When it comes to improving your smile, you may be laser-focused on getting your teeth whiter, straighter, and overall healthier. Rightfully so, as these are all attributes of a megawatt smile; but you certainly don’t want to leave gum health out of the equation. If you neglect your gums, you’ll start to notice the effects of plaque buildup, which can irritate the gums and cause gingivitis, the earliest stage of gum disease. Seeing blood while brushing and flossing is a tell-tale sign that your gums are suffering. You may also experience gum recession — a condition where the gum tissue surrounding your teeth pulls back, exposing more of your tooth. Brushing at least twice a day with a gum-protecting toothpaste like Sensodyne Sensitivity and Gum, coupled with regular dentist visits, will keep your gums shining as bright as those pearly whites.
This article is in partnership with Sensodyne.