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Top 15 Best Jobs for Nepalis in the United States!

Every year, thousands of Nepalis fly to the US through Diversity Visa (DV) lottery or student visa.
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Top 15 Best Jobs for Nepalis in the United States!

The United States of America is one of the most preferred dream destinations for foreign immigrant workers. Throughout history, America has always attracted immigrants with its employment opportunities, high earnings, and other benefits.

Social security, lifestyle, and living a quality life are other prominent factors attracting people worldwide to the USA.

Like so many citizens of countries facing shrinking employment opportunities at home, many Nepalis have sought employment abroad.

Now, international labor migration in Nepal has become an accepted avenue for economic growth, both for the individual and the nation.

Every year, thousands of Nepali migrant workers fly to the US through Diversity Visa (DV) lottery or with the help of a student visa. Currently, more than 200,000 Nepalis are living in the US, with the largest populations in Texas, New York, and California.

Also Read| Nepal, Fifth Largest Foreign Community to Receive US H-1B Visa

If you’re the one among thousands of Nepalis aspiring to work in the USA, now is the right time to revamp your resume and apply. To help figure out the career that best suits you, we have compiled a list of the best jobs for Nepalese in the United States of America:

Top 15 Jobs for Nepalis In The US

Nepalis In The US

1) Full-Stack Developer

A full-stack developer is a web developer or engineer who is specialized in working with both the front and back end of a website or application. In addition to mastering HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, they also know how to program a browser, server, and database.

A full-stack developer doesn’t need to master all languages and technologies. However, they are expected to work on the client and server sides and understand what is going on when developing a website or application.

  • Average Salary: USD 110,000

2) DevOps Engineer

A DevOps engineer is an IT professional who collaborates with software developers, system operators and admins, IT operations staff, and others to oversee code releases or deployments on a CI/CD basis. A DevOps engineer’s primary responsibility includes project management, performance testing and benchmarking, automation, optimizing release cycles, and security.

A DevOps engineer must master a wide variety of open source technologies and tools such as Jenkins, Git, Github, Docker, and Kubernetes.

  • Average Salary: USD 136,000

3) Software Developer

A software developer often called as a computer programmer develops the applications or systems that run on a computer or another device. They are the creative minds behind computer programs.

Some software developers develop the application that allows people to do specific tasks on a computer, and some develop the underlying systems that run the devices.

  • Average Salary: USD 100,000

4) Data Scientist

Data scientists gather, analyze, process, and model large sets of structured and unstructured data and then interpret the results to formulate actionable plans for companies and other organizations.

They rely on creative insights using big data and data mining for information that can be used to predict consumer behavior and identify new revenue opportunities.

  • Average Salary: USD 107,800

5) Strategy Manager

Strategy managers assess the organization’s goals, determine which ones are realistic, and work with the company executives to develop actionable plans to achieve the objectives.

They play a crucial role in strategy formulation, collaborate with internal and external stakeholders, and lead cross-functional teams in the business-wide development of operational strategies.

  • Average Salary: USD 133,000

6) Speech-Language Pathologist

A Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP), often called a speech therapist, is a clinician who works to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, communication, and swallowing disorders in people of all ages, from children to adults.

SLPs work in various research, education, and health care settings with different roles, responsibilities, and client populations. They work as a part of a collaborative, interdisciplinary team, including physicians, teachers, social workers, psychologists, audiologists, physical and occupational therapists, and rehabilitation counselors.

  • Average Salary: USD 71,900

7) Nursing Manager

Nursing managers are responsible for directing, supervising, and leading the nursing staff of a hospital or medical facility. The fast-paced, multitasking role of a nursing manager requires collaboration with physicians and other medical doctors to provide the best care possible.

Nursing managers should have excellent skills in both nursing and business-related tasks, including coordinating schedules, managing budgets, and handling personnel matters.

  • Average Salary: USD 85,400

8) Salesforce Developer

A Salesforce developer is a programmer who develops Salesforce applications across PaaS (Platform as a Service) platforms. They use tools such as Apex and Visualforce, and frameworks like Lightning Component to develop apps.

  • Average Salary: USD 82,000

9) Physical Therapist

A physical therapist is a trained medical professional who evaluates and treats abnormal physical conditions related to injury, disability, or disease. They work in different healthcare settings, including hospitals, rehab centers, nursing homes, schools, and sports and fitness centers.

  • Average Salary: USD 71,500

10) Clinic Manager

A clinic manager is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day management of a medical clinic or outpatient facility. They also supervise and monitor the recruitment and training of staff members, provide administrative support, and coordinate patient care plans.

  • Average Salary: USD 70,000

Some other best Jobs for Nepali in the United States:

11) Java Developer

12) Business Analyst

13) UX Designer

14) Systems Administrator

15) HR Manager


In Conclusion

To take the right career path, discovering the jobs in-demand is always a good move for every aspiring immigrant. The jobs in America are very diverse, and you’ll have plenty of in-demand employment opportunities, right from healthcare to hospitality. After all, you have to secure a future by recognizing a career abroad that is in demand and suits your interests.

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