How To Land A $150,000 Software Testing remote Job (In 5 Steps)

Kazeem Razaq @K.Razaq / 5:00 PM EDT. August 24, 2022.


Software testing is a competitive field, and you need to be competitive. But if you're not fully prepared for the job market, it can be hard to break into the industry. This article provides 5 steps on how to land a $150,000 software testing remote job (in 30 days or less).

Looking for a Software Testing job? After all the interviews, networking and applying you had in the past, it might be time for you to take the leap and land that dream Software Testing job.

You're trying to increase your income, but you're stuck in a dead-end job with no growth. Your boss has told you that they want you to participate in some sort of remote software testing projects before, but nothing ever materialized. It all seems like a pipe dream. That's because it is!

Do you have a passion for testing, but are not sure how to go about landing your dream remote job? Do you feel like your self-confidence is holding you back from landing the position you want? I can help fix that. There are dozens of paths to becoming an elite software tester, but they're all different and have different outcomes. This guide will be able to point out all of the main strategies that work for me and others in my niche (and maybe even some other fields too) so hopefully, it can help you get started on a path towards your dream remote testing position!

If you're wondering how to land a $150,000 software testing job, you're not alone. I hear this question quite a bit from aspiring software engineers and it is quite frustrating because they're both looking for the same thing: startup jobs that pay well and provide growth opportunities. The truth is, even though there are a lot of really great (read: not for everyone) options for software engineering remote jobs, landing them doesn't come easy. But don't worry — I've been there myself and used these tips in my own search for those elusive remote jobs. Part 1 will cover why you should do it and how to get started. I'll share some resources to help make your quest more successful — from finding the right remote job boards to deciding which specific niche companies hire remote employees.

Working from home is a dream for many testers, but it's also a tricky endeavour. If you want to land a high-paying job as a remote software tester, then this article will help you get started! Let's dive right in and talk about some important aspects of applying for remote positions.

One of the most asked questions in the software testing and automation community is: How to get a remote job? And how much can one earn in a remote job?

Software testing is a great job for people who want to work from home. The salary depends on the company and role, but you will be paid more than other jobs because you don't have to pay for rent, travel and other expenses that come with working in an office.

Step 1 - Learn


  • Learn the basics

  • Learn the industry and tools

  • Learn the skills required for software testing (including coding)

  • Get a good grasp on best practices and lingo in this field

  • Understand how to fit within a company's culture

Step 2 - Build

Step 2: Build your knowledge base

The second step is to build your knowledge base. This means that you need to know what software testing is, and how it's done. You can do this by reading articles on the topic, or by taking online courses in the area. If you want to get really good at software testing, then consider taking a master's degree in software testing (I'm not saying that will help - but at least it'll give you an excuse).

If there are any companies who hire remote testers right now, ask them if they have open positions! Offer yourself up as a candidate for those jobs; don't just say "yes" because they're easy money for now until something better comes along later down the road when things pick back up again after Christmas break ends (or whatever).

Step 3 - Network

The third step to landing a software testing remote job is to network.

You need to make sure that you are connecting with other software testers and companies who are in the same field as you. If there is no one else around, then it’s time for you to create your own network!

You should also look into joining forums or groups where people share their experiences and advice on how they got started in the industry. This can help give you ideas about what jobs might be available out there so that when someone posts something similar on Reddit or LinkedIn (or anywhere else), it will be easier for them see that this person has been successful in getting hired before themselves!