In this edition of The Best H2B Jobs, we take a look at what to look for in the best jobs for H1Bs.
H2B jobs, as the name implies, pay a higher wage than regular H1A jobs.
There are several types of H2Bs in the United States, from contractors and part-time workers to full-time graduates, full-timers, and temporary workers.
A few of the top H2 jobs include those in banking, law, and medicine.
These jobs typically require that you have at least a bachelor’s degree.
The most popular types of jobs include IT support and marketing, financial services, and healthcare.
Other jobs in H2b include sales, office, legal, marketing, accounting, and customer service.
There are many types of positions in H1b that require more than a bachelor degree.
Some jobs require a high school diploma or GED.
For example, an H1 B in IT may require a GED or diploma.
H1 b jobs typically pay between $20,000 and $30,000 per year.
H1B jobs also can be highly skilled and offer some benefits.
H2 b jobs, on the other hand, tend to pay higher wages.
H5B jobs require no specific skills, and they are typically filled by people with little to no college education.
For more information about H1, H2, and H5 jobs, see our article on the top 10 H1 jobs for 2017.