Where to Find the Hottest Jobs In Our Future Economy

the top five best jobs to be seen in our economic recovery

infrastructure construction is going to be hot. this will include plumbers, electricians, engineers and those who are proficient in the going green game.
infrastructure construction is going to be hot. this will include plumbers, electricians, engineers and those who are proficient in the going green game. | Source
the new workforce is changing and consists of more than high school and college graduates.
the new workforce is changing and consists of more than high school and college graduates. | Source

where to find the hottest jobs

Our current economy is starting on the road to economic recovery. At this time one of the most important things to know is what the hottest jobs are for our workforce. Our workforce consists of college graduates, retrained workers and those people that are currently working in positions because they have to, not necessarily because they want to and millions of Americans that have lost their employment, the unemployed. What are the jobs that will make them realize the economic recovery? What are the best jobs to have going forward from here at the end of 2011?

Knowing what direction to plant your feet going forward is going to help you achieve success in your career. Part of the answer of what direction to take is identifying the nation’s hottest jobs.

1) Jobs in healthcare

The healthcare industry is probably the industry that has sustained the smallest hit with the current economic crisis. Healthcare did lose members due to unemployed workers. However, many of these workers took the COBRA extension which is paying your employer for your own insurance for up to 18 months after losing your benefits.

With the president and congress touting a universal healthcare bill and healthcare a necessity that many Americans cannot do without, look for this industry to continue to grow in the next several years.

One of the positions that continued to show employment opportunities while unemployment was at the highest was physical therapists, occupational therapists, RNs and nursing overall including LVNs and CNAs. Also included is healthcare support which included professional services related to the healthcare industry.

The hottest jobs are related to multiple platforms of the healthcare industry.

2) Professionals in education

Education is an industry that has seen a roller coaster ride, up and down. Teachers cannot afford to be paid, but we need them. Teachers, teaching assistant positions, school lunch staffing.

Depending upon what city you live in there may be a number of different openings. Higher education is the only area of education that is not seeing a tremendous jump along with our recovering economy. If you are currently in graduate school, you may be out of luck for finding an abundance of higher education great job opportunities.

The hottest jobs will be in professionals in education.

3) Child care staffing

Children are one thing that have been around forever and will continue to be around. Child care professionals go along with professionals in education. Child care staffing is everything from child care teachers and assistants to directors and management staff. Home child care is included in this industry growth.

The hottest jobs will be in taking care of our children.

4) Energy resources

Energy is another industry that the president and administration has continued to direct money and resources to. If you happen to have any tools and education related to energy resources you will do well in the future of our work force. However, energy can encompass a lot. If you are an engineer designing the next hybrid car or public transportation you will do well.

If you are a construction company that installs solar water heaters, you will do well. Marine biologists are on the upswing. Although some cities are devoting more funds to going Green and they will have more jobs earlier devoted to the upsurge in energy. The hottest jobs will be in the energy platform.

5) our infrastructure being reconstructed

The business of construction is an economic indicator of our recovery underway. This means that construction will recover faster than most other industries that have been shut down or reduced. Engineers for building bridges, surveyors, concrete and even bricklayers may find employment.

Our infrastructure is important to the entire nation and jobs should be created in all states shortly. Don’t search for the same construction jobs as related to the housing boom. However, there will be tons of jobs available. Many construction jobs can be found in states that are investing heavily in going Green. The hottest jobs will come in the form of infrastructure construction areas.

These are the top hot spots for jobs to come in our economy and where to look for them. Economic and job recovery will not happen overnight, but our shut down was an overnight process either.

Our country has several different areas of the workforce that are desperately searching for the hottest place to be to make the best living and would love to have the information they need to get in on the ground floor to make this work to their benefit.

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eye say 5 years ago from Canada

confirms for me the new direction I'm taking, thanks


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VAMPGYRL420 5 years ago from The Eastern Shore of Virginia, Maryland and Delaware, U.S.A.

Wonderful and useful Hub, smcopywrite. Thanks again!

Love & Light,

Windy Grace


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Msnancy 5 years ago from Currently in Nevada

Good Hub and informative too...

Thanks


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breakfastpop 5 years ago

Lots of good information. Maybe the wall street protesters should go back to school and re-educate themselves for changing world.


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tamron 5 years ago

I think those jobs are here to stay! Vote up!


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smcopywrite 5 years ago from all over the web Author

thank you so much for your feedback fellow hubbers

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