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Top 20 Best Careers Through 2024

Updated on November 8, 2017
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Ms. Inglish is a successful Employment & Training pro, setting Midwest regional records with tens of thousands placed in gainful employment.

Looking for career choices that make sense.
Looking for career choices that make sense. | Source

Employment Forecasts

US News and Word Reports selected 50 careers that its analysts predict to be in the highest demand within five industries listed by suggested importance. These include:

  1. Science and Technology,
  2. Healthcare,
  3. Education and Civics/Government,
  4. Business and Finance,
  5. Creative and Service.

Science and Technology in Healthcare.

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Science and technology in healthcare.Androids are becoming more lifelike.
Science and technology in healthcare.
Science and technology in healthcare.
Androids are becoming more lifelike.
Androids are becoming more lifelike.

Alternative Labor Estimates

After studying labor trends and changes in labor markets for about two decades, I see the US News estimates and think that I would have separated Education from Civic and Creative from Service careers to create a Top Seven Industries. I would list these industries as

  1. Science and Technology: This area includes many Engineering and Technician positions, especially in Bio-engineering, Communications, Energy and Fuel, Growing New Organs, Prosthetic Devices, Pharmaceuticals, Anti-Aging Treatments, Aerospace Exploration and Mining, Aerospace Travel and Colonization, and others. NASA's space exploration has birthed the Spinoff Program of health and technology products developed on the International Space Station.
  2. Healthcare - Includes IT, Bio-engineering, Technician positions, and Aerospace Medicine.
  3. Service,
  4. Civic/Government posts,
  5. Business
  6. Finance, and
  7. Creative.

The Top Seven are presented in the order of probable highest numbers of new jobs created for 2010. In fact, these have produced the highest numbers of new jobs from 2010 - 2017 already. .

These US News employment trend projections are in large part based on the US Federal Government's predictions of growth and numbers of new jobs expected for the period 2008 - 2018, and most recently, the period of 2014 - 2024

The following Top 20 Careers in the list below take into account the Top 10 Rankings within each of the five Industries analyzed by US News. It also considers the importance of the jobs highlighted in their slide show of a Top 10 Overall slide show on the website and featured as a link from the Blog.

Top 20 Careers in America

  1. Computer Software Engineers
  2. Systems Analysts
  3. Network Administrators
  4. Biomedical Engineers
  5. X-Ray Technicians
  6. Veterinarians
  7. Lab Techs
  8. Physical Therapists: Highest demand job in January 2010 - January 2015, still requiring many new employees.
  9. Firefighters: I would add Special Education Teacher as a tie here.
  10. Mediators
  11. Clergy
  12. Urban planners
  13. Financial Advisors
  14. Actuaries
  15. Training Specialists (in business/finance)
  16. Financial Analysts: Includes forensic accounting.
  17. Commercial Pilots: Pilots like 2009's hero on the Hudson, Sully Sullenburger, have revealed recent cuts in payroll and benefits for commercial pilots such as himself, so this employment position is probably not as fruitful going forward as projected. However, the rationale is that crop dusters and pilots willing to fly into difficult areas of the world will become more in high demand. Further, the rise of privatized space flight and flying cars in 2018 (announced by Boeing) may impact this job, requiring more pilots, engineers, and manufacturing/maintenance technicians.
  18. Technical Writers
  19. Funeral Directors
  20. Security System Installers

Note: within just a few days of publication, workers in a number of job titles commented on the US News and World Reports website with complaints that their particular job titles were not considered likely to grow from through 2018. These occupations included:

  1. Veterinary Technicians,
  2. Medical Technologists,
  3. Medical Assistants and several others.

Some readers criticized registered nurses for making more money with less education.

Jobs to Increase Fastest

  1. Wind turbine service technicians: Manufacturing and installation.
  2. Occupational therapy assistants
  3. Physical therapists and assistants
  4. Home health aides
  5. Commercial divers
  6. RN/NP Nurse practitioners
  7. Physical therapists and assistants
  8. Statisticians
  9. Ambulance drivers and attendants (EMTs)
  10. Physician assistants: often fulfilled by Nurse practitioners
  11. Operations research analysts
  12. Personal financial advisors
  13. Cartographers and photogrammetrists
  14. Genetic counselors: Mappers and surveyors, including for outer space
  15. Interpreters and translators
  16. Audiologists and Hearing aid specialists
  17. Optometrists
  18. Forensic science specialists
  19. Web Developers
  20. Sonographers

Top 10 Hiring Companies

  1. Philips: Health technology company
  2. Slack: Social communications
  3. Dropbox: Sharing and hosting services
  4. ThoughtWorks: New technology in software
  5. GLG: Educational platforms
  6. Houzz: Home remodeling and design
  7. YesPrep: Charter schools
  8. Credit Karma: Financial services.
  9. GalaxoSmithKline: Healthcare
  10. US BMW Group: Auto manufacturing

Comparison: Industry Growth In the 2010s

The same trend continued through 2015.
The same trend continued through 2015. | Source

Trucking Industry is Strong

From 2014 - 2018, Transportation, specifically trucking, has been the Number One Hiring Industry for skilled jobs in the United States, with nearly one million job openings for drivers.

Trucking is opening more new jobs than other industry sectors.
Trucking is opening more new jobs than other industry sectors. | Source

Top Companies Hiring Truckers

From 2010 - 2013, nearly all US States had large numbers of trucking and transportation jobs available, with a huge spike in 2014 - 16.

Truck driving schools offer short courses and job placement right now. Best companies to contact are:

  1. Schneider National - Trucking
  2. Rush Trucking
  3. Enterprise Rent-A-Car
  4. United Vision Logistics
  5. Marten Transport
  6. Builders Transportation
  7. Colonial Freight
  8. Hogan Transport
  9. Ryder
  10. Star Transportation

Examples of Job Growth

All IT Jobs.
All IT Jobs. | Source

Software Engineers

  • Increased 18%, 80, 000 jobs available in January 2010
  • Increased by over 400% more to 329,600+ jobs available in January 2012
  • Comparison: About 230,000 jobs open in mid-February 2017.

Cities with the most jobs advertised in Software Engineering in 2015 - 2017:

  1. New York State: NYC
  2. Washington : Redmond, Seattle.
  3. California : San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Sunnyvale.
  4. Maryland area : Washington DC, Annapolis Junction, Fort Mead, Columbia in Maryland; Arlington VA.
  5. Illinois : Chicago
  6. Georgia: Atlanta

Top 10 Hiring Companies for Software Engineers

  1. Amazon Corporate LLC
  2. Lockheed Martin
  3. Workbridge Associates
  4. Microsoft
  5. General Dynamics Information Technology
  6. Deloitte
  7. Northrop Grumman
  8. Oracle
  9. Raytheon
  10. General Electric

Comparison: Multimedia Artist positions increased 115%
Comparison: Multimedia Artist positions increased 115% | Source
Education/Civic: Special Education Teacher listings increased 25%.
Education/Civic: Special Education Teacher listings increased 25%. | Source

Special Education Teachers

A large segment of the American population and education professionals likely feel that teaching as a profession is one that should be in highest demand, in particular, Special Education Teachers and Aides.

Top Cities Demanding Spec-Ed Teachers

  1. Chicago
  2. Albuquerque NM
  3. New York City
  4. Houston and Dallas TX
  5. Phoenix and Tucson AZ
  6. Jefferson NH
  7. Nashville TN
  8. Washington DC
  9. Newark NJ
  10. Philadelphia

Top Job-Advertising Companies

  1. Albuquerque Public Schools - New Mexico
  2. Dallas Independent School District - Texas
  3. Tucson Unified School District - Arizona
  4. Oakland Unified School District; Pasadena Independent School District - California
  5. YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago - Illinois
  6. Houston Independent School District - Texas
  7. Gwinnett County Public Schools - Texas
  8. Richland School District; Charleston County Schools - South Carolina
  9. Boston Public Schools - Massachusetts and Tacoma School District - Washington
  10. Educational Testing Service (ETS) - Princeton, New Jersey

Jobs on the Rise 2016 - 2024

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FASHION | Source
AMAZON and other online sales.
AMAZON and other online sales. | Source
DINING | Source

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    • Elesh profile image


      4 years ago from the jungle of Africa

      Great. I love happy ending.

    • Patty Inglish, MS profile imageAUTHOR

      Patty Inglish MS 

      5 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      I think they will stay in that area as well, considering increases in Aerospace, Medical data use, Prosthetics, and a dozen other sectors requiring software.

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      waqar muneeb 

      5 years ago

      Thankx It's good to see that software engineers are near the top.

    • Patty Inglish, MS profile imageAUTHOR

      Patty Inglish MS 

      5 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      Thanks! It is important to choose career fields that actually can offer jobs. I hope our college students see this fact and act on it.

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      Reena Dhiman 

      5 years ago

      Thanks Patty for a great and informative hub. It is a very helpful topic for all job seeker. Young aspirants can gain beneficial data from this article.

    • Patty Inglish, MS profile imageAUTHOR

      Patty Inglish MS 

      5 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      @aestra - I agree with you. Career planning in high school and even college would have helped me a lo!

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      Mary Norton 

      5 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Shared this with my Facebook contacts. This is very helpful for kids who are preparing for College. I wish there is more career planning in schools to help kids get employable skills.

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      Kathleen Odenthal 

      6 years ago from Bridgewater

      Helpful and useful, shared and pinned to my Hubs Worth Reading board!

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      8 years ago

      Hai this is EXCELLENT!! its clearly tells the ideas.Thank u hub

    • iamageniuster profile image


      8 years ago

      Good list of companies. I applied for most of these.

    • Patty Inglish, MS profile imageAUTHOR

      Patty Inglish MS 

      8 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      Travel is increasing and it is a surprise, considering how many Americans are still affected by recession and job loss; but some markets are recovering. Ohio and North Dakota are two of them, because of oil and natural gas.

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      8 years ago from New York City

      Thanks this is great information. I was surprised by the travel sector. I had no idea!

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      Nigam Shah 

      8 years ago from India

      A lot of info up here .. but what surprised me the most was that the post of technical writer was at the 17th position.

      I don't think think technical writer will be much in demand as now as days most of technical writing is done by the guys who created the stuff

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      Internet Marketing 

      9 years ago

      Especially with how fast technology and things on the internet are changing, it’s hard not to get caught up. Thanks, and all the best to you!

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      9 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      More scope looks only into the science field. I dunno when will other fields also come into the picture.

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      9 years ago from UK

      good job! you have so much inofrmation!

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      Garrett Mickley 

      9 years ago from Jupiter, Florida

      I'm betting computer software engineers are going to be in demand for a very long time.

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      Patty Inglish MS 

      9 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      Dolores - Thanks for commentng - I'm finding retail jobs in a great many states ever since January. Somebody is spending money, it seems.

      leeroper - Probly coz Baby Boomers and others, lots of oeoke in a huge population, are dying. Just a thought. Thanks for posting!

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      9 years ago from UK

      Clergy and Funeral Director in the top 20 jobs for 2010, that’s certainly two I wouldn’t have thought of. Nice hub!

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      Dolores Monet 

      9 years ago from East Coast, United States

      I'm surprised to see that so many retail operations are hiring. With the economic troubles, I would think that stores would be on the downturn. Perhaps Food Lion is hiring because their prices are low. I know our local grocery store has been cutting hours and laying people off.

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      9 years ago

      Great info here! Thanks for the great hub!

    • Cindy2011 profile image


      9 years ago from Canada's West Coast

      I like your info, as number 18 of your hot job's list is Technical writers. Now that I've completed my education and we've just slipped into 2011, did I miss the boat? I sure hope not.

      This is good info. Thanks for compiling it to share.

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      Keith Worth 

      9 years ago

      I feel bad that after reading all the information, following the links and looking at the graphs that the only thought I can contribute is:

      I'm betting telemarketing careers would be on the bottom ten list, if one were to make one.

      Now I just need to figure out how to break into one of those industries. Thanks for the very thorough hub.

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      9 years ago

      Great info and stats!!!!... One of my favorite topics to study and research. I love the graphs and comparisons.

      Thank You.

    • DNemesis profile image


      9 years ago

      Very nice stats.

      Ill remain very interested in writing for now, though :)

      Thanks for the hub!

    • JodiVee profile image


      9 years ago

      I enjoyed this hub, though I must say it is a bit disorienting to read the various "Top Jobs" lists, as they all seem to say different things. Still, good info.

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      9 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      This is awesome! I'm right in the middle of changing jobs in Atlanta, GA (which is one of the highest paying markets thankfully). This is will really help me create a decision calculus when determining what I want to do.

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      9 years ago

      It's good to see that software engineers are near the top. And, very informative hub indeed.

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      9 years ago

      Excellent. Thanks for the post!

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      london estate agents  

      9 years ago

      excellent hub page - cool jobs and trends for the future

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      9 years ago

      Very interesting information here. Thanks.

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      10 years ago

      Very interesting hub. I thought number 19, Funeral Director, was interesting. Do people pick this as a career? Or is this a family inherited career?

    • kazeemjames01 profile image


      10 years ago

      Well detailed and highly informative.

    • henryallen profile image


      10 years ago from Houston, TX

      I'm sort of surprised to see Java Developers on this list. I sort of thought Java was a dying thing. Surprised I don't see iPhone software devs on the list!

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      10 years ago

      I thought with the rise of the unemployment rate and the increase in internet use. That home based businesses would be in the top 50. As I understand it millions of people are on line making a living. Could home based internet businesses be in the next 50?

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      10 years ago from United Kingdom

      Great hub, I hope that who are currently seeking for a job will get here some ideas on where to work or for how to further educate themselves.

    • GojiJuiceGoodness profile image


      10 years ago from Roanoke, Virginia

      Good info here. Some of the top positions puzzled me, considering our economy at the moment, but this was real interesting. Thanks!

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      10 years ago from San Diego

      I'm glad to see Veterinarian is at #6. Both my parents are Veterinarians and they love their job. I wish I would have followed that path.

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      10 years ago

      Thorough report, thanks! Passing this along to adult kids seeking jobs.

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      Shawn Scarborough 

      10 years ago from The Lone Star State

      Thanks for sharing this information. I'm going to pass it along to my oldest child who will be entering the work force soon.

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      Roger Chestnut 

      10 years ago

      I found this information to be very interesting and useful. Finding the right career, or a job in general is never an easy thing to do. By knowing what companies are hiring in your area it can give you a head start on knowing exactly where to be looking. Also, you never know when something in your industry might open up, so make sure to always keep an eye out.

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      Motor leathers 

      10 years ago

      Hm... It's quite strange that in the times of this crisis the Financial Analyst is only on 16th place. I think almost every of the more or less big companies needs one, because the economic situation is constantly changing.

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      Support Med. 

      10 years ago from Michigan

      Well, projections and statistics are necessary and I appreciate this opportunity to take a look. It will be interesting to see the movement that the healthcare industry will take as workers are always needed in this arena. After all, even computer engineers at some point will need medical care. I look forward to seeing where this leads. Voted-up/rated.

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      10 years ago from

      I never would have guessed that Computer Software Engineer would be number one.

    • bd160900 profile image


      10 years ago from San Diego

      Found this article to be very useful. Thanks for writing it.

    • TechnicallyADream profile image


      10 years ago

      Great info and well structered hub.

    • Snazzywin profile image


      10 years ago

      This is a great list! I know a couple of people who are unemployed and looking to retrain in a field that they will be able to find a job. I will forward this along.

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      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      RNMSN - Thanks for the kind words! I wlays look for somehitng interestingt to add to the dry stats.

      TexasT - Best success to your daughter!

      Greatlife - Thanks for the ratings!

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      10 years ago

      An awesome hub and with great comprehensive detail. Rated it up. Thanks for sharing will come handy and hence bookmarking this.

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      10 years ago

      Wow What a Hub. Am passing this info along to my daughter. Thank you for publishing.

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      Barbara Bethard 

      10 years ago from Tucson, Az

      you always make reading your articles so engaging Patty thank you! Barbara b

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      10 years ago


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      Sheila Mae 

      10 years ago

      im so glad im on the top one...hehe Computer Software Engineer.

      By the way tnx for this list. its so great.

      nice compilation.

    • MsCookM profile image


      10 years ago

      Thanks for such a detailed list.

      Its was interesting to see pilots in the list, I hope your prediction is correct with regards to increased space flights. Hopefully it will not be long before it is affordable for more of us.

      Would love to take a trip to space.

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      10 years ago from India

      I appreciate you shared this study in detail, it helped me understand more about my career in my the Industry I work in. Thanks!

    • Yogi_Bunny profile image


      10 years ago from New York, Long Island

      Really helpful information!

    • jeanie.stecher profile image


      10 years ago from Seattle

      Thanks for the information Patty Inglish! This will be much of help for others who needs to have jobs. I have noticed that the world of internet technology will still dominate the jobsearch areas. As we all know, there is a good possibility of making money online. All there is needed is a laptop and an internet then we could start earning.

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      10 years ago from VA

      Remember to pursue something you will enjoy or you will be miserable. Money isn't the only factor. Great hub, thanks for sharing.

    • rusticyeti profile image


      10 years ago

      Nice hub! This has given me some inspiration :)

    • websclubs profile image


      10 years ago

      Hi Patty,

      Happy job hunting!

      nice Useful hub thanks.

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      DIY Backlinks 

      10 years ago

      I would have guessed health care would have been number one in this economy. I know nurses can pick about any job they want right now.

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      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      Very good observations!

    • earnestshub profile image


      10 years ago from Melbourne Australia

      I am in Australia, with a son in Uni learning to be a teacher. Like America, teaching has a big future here, so I am hoping he will always have work. He will probably not teach after graduation. There are so many good jobs that pay better than teaching he can do, but having the capacity to teach is an important back-up for him. I believe the jobs here are similar to America's list. The job ops are great here with almost full employment.

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      10 years ago from Rochester, New York

      Very cool article. Thank god im studying to become a software engineer :)

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      10 years ago from Brisbane

      Interesting. In Australia we are the "green industries" such as solar power are the ones that are exploding due to puplic policy and government funding

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      10 years ago from Salisbury, Maryland

      Great Hub

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      10 years ago from Salisbury, Maryland

      Very informativ...Thanks for all you do!

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      10 years ago from Salisbury, Maryland

      Very Informative. Thanks for the info!

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      Better Yourself 

      10 years ago from North Carolina

      Great hub! Excellent research and detailed lists.

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      10 years ago from egypt

      what amazing article

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      Jeni H 

      10 years ago from Florida

      you have a great hub here! have to give it up! really helpful because I am planning on becoming a teacher and I will be certified in special ed thanx a lot. you were helpful!

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      10 years ago

      Wow! Very detailed forecast. Great hub.

    • petsnakes profile image


      10 years ago from United States

      Any job that allows you to work remotely without having to drag yourself into an office whilst fighting through traffic is a sure candidate for a top 20 job.

    • cutevampire profile image


      10 years ago

      Top 20 Hot Jobs for 2010

      1.Computer Software Engineer

      here I'm :D

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      10 years ago from Eliot, ME

      Network Marketing will be on there soon.

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      10 years ago

      I would agree with the retail bit that was mentioned. it is picking up quickly around here. Retail help needed everywhere!

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      Barry Rutherford 

      10 years ago from Queensland Australia

      I think I will be emailing you when I finish my law degree...

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      10 years ago

      wow! very good and thorough post!!

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      10 years ago from San Francisco

      Great hub! It's nice to see companies are hiring.

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      Carrie L Cronkite 

      10 years ago from Maine

      Very interesting! Great article, you did good research.

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      Nigerian Jobs 

      10 years ago

      Great analysis, very valuable indeed

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      10 years ago from New York

      This is great for kids in college looking for careers!

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      10 years ago

      Really a valuable information. Thanks for posting

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      10 years ago

      Excellent......time demanding will help to build a job oriented carrer.

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      10 years ago from Kent

      i like the information cheers was very helpful

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      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      Medical work is hard, but I think it must be gruelng, with poor working conditions some places, or more people would enter the field. What do you think?

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      Kathleen Lewis 

      10 years ago from Southern Michigan

      Wow! What a thorough Hub! I know in Michigan, where the unemployment level is one of the highest in the country, medical related jobs are still the hot thing. Information Technology is in second place.

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      lisa brazeau 

      10 years ago from Canada

      I work in Emergency at Cardiac/Trauma center. Staff shortages at times reach dangerous levels. Great read, great hub!Thanks

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      10 years ago from Tropical Island

      Informative and helpful.. giving the wide perspective to all.. thank you for yoor great hub.

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      Stephanie Marshall 

      10 years ago from Bend, Oregon

      Patti, your job hubs are so helpful to many people. I consider you a gem in the HubPages community... best to you as always!

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      paintball guru 

      10 years ago

      Wow, this article was very informative for a lot of people. I like that you discussed reasons, and then supported them with graphs.

      Young adults can gain a lot from this.

      Software engineers number 1. I believe it, there is such a high demand for these jobs.

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      10 years ago

      that's cool!

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      Dorsi Diaz 

      10 years ago from The San Francisco Bay Area

      Great information to help people decide career paths. I have bookmarked this to show to my son. He wants to go back to school to certify as a physical trainer (could be a good tie-in for a physical therapist occupation) He loves training and working out. My last ROP teacher told me there would be alot of jobs in the visual communications fields in the future - I imagine exactly for the reasons you listed here in the hub. Thumbs up and thanks for info Patty!

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      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      An Irish jobs link - thanks very much Minds. Quite a few UK residents look at write on Hubpages.

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      10 years ago

      An informative topic for everyone. Thanks for sharing this resource

      Here's an interesting website that I came across, for Jobseekers and Job Holders find jobs with Category wise not advertised on other boards


      Thanking you in Advance

      Warm Regards

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      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      Congratulations, HubpagesCreation! I have been seeing a lot of jo0b opeings for managers, asst. managers and physical and occupational therapists around the country; financial planners and advisors as well. I think newly developed jobs titles will emerge this year also as top jobs.

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      10 years ago from Internet

      Such an awesome HUB; thumbs up! Glad that my job is also within the top 20!! Woohoo

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      10 years ago

      I like this note. Keep it going.

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      Dental Jobs 

      10 years ago

      Great article mate, very interesting but what about dentists lol - Cheers

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      10 years ago from malang-indonesia

      nice information. I'll bookmark this one.


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