Who's hiring? Economic recovery in jobs became more visible in October, 2012 and even more substantial in 2014. Learn what jobs are in highest demand for now and in the future. read more
Anything in health care or the service industry is still in demand.
The trend is high tech jobs. The Federal Government has a lot of jobs that are listed. Also look for your state listing. The medical profession is growning very fast, RN, LPN, CNA, and support personnel. Remember there are also jobs that don't pay very much money, and don't require any certification or college degree.Teachers are in demand, and support personnel. The machine and manufacturing is not at its highest level today, and a lot of the manufacturing has been shipped out of the country, because its cheaper. If you have a college degree, even if it's not in your field, you may be able to fit into some other kind of job.
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I'm a medical laboratory technologist and it's a profession that's high in demand right now. As Alexander TG said, pretty much anything in the health care field is high in demand.
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You should go for Recession Proof Jobs. Read: http://hubpages.com/hub/Recession-Proof_Jobs
Health care, especially care for the elderly are a growing source of jobs. Also growing are jobs in wind and solar energy. See http://www.howtogetajobas.com for some hot career ideas.
Healthcare is in big demand right now. But beware. Only prosperous countries can afford the expense of high-tech equipment and facilities and of paying people to care for others.
Basic economic fact: Prosperity depends on mining, farming, fishing, and manufacturing. Everything else depends on those. All of them are in trouble.
As the U.S. continue its slide into "third-worldism", where will the resources for the LUXURY of fancy medical care come from?
Clint Eastwood (Dirty Harry):
"I know what you're thinking: 'Did he fire six shots or only five?' But to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I've kinda lost track myself. But being this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?"
If you think the U.S. will remain somewhat prosperous, then go for getting into the medical field. But, ask yourself: "Do I feel lucky?"
In my area, some of the jobs in highest demand require strong technical skills (engineering, accounting, etc.). We are also seeing a shortage in skilled health care jobs (such as nursing).
There will be a great need for more caregivers over the next decade. Simply because as millions of Baby Boomers age, there will be an increase in the demand for caregivers both medical and non-medical.
To add to the challenge is that the current caregiving workforce is also aging and will eventually leave the field, leaving more openings that need to be filled.
So from what has been reported there is going to be a large demand, which is expected to be over 1 million new caregivers needed over the next decade according to the Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (PHI).
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Jobs in the medical field seem reliable. People always need medical care, right?
Soldiers, the international bankers, the globalist, and the other wicked profiteers have the USA strapped with three wars at present.
You can try work at home jobs. I am not sure, but I think most people do overlook that there is another way to find a job. When you are not sure about the job the best option is to do your research on the job you are applying for. Work at home jobs are now booming in the economy. I have seen many jobs that can be done at home, there are some that hire you with benefits and most of them are just for independent contractor, but they are still work it.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Benefits-of-doi … -from-home
Welders, dentists in rural areas, politicians who can compromise. Medical field - watch for the cuts coming over the next few months as these budget cuts take effect and states play games with Medicare funding.
Every jobs has found to be having its own demand at every point of time. but now a days we can see a boom in computer software jobs and jobs in service sectors like Hospital and medical jobs, nursing jobs, Hotel and Resort jobs etc.
Another trend we can see is the boom in entrepreneurship activities. Small services like repairing of new electronics and communication equipments like mobile phones, I phones, Ip-pads, Laptops etc are on demand.
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US News and World Report analysts found the following Top 10 High Demand Jobs for 2012. I've included my analysis and thoughts. read more
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