What occupations are in demand?
What are some of the current career trends in the U.S. for the next 5 to 10 years? Also, what areas will probably see higher than average employment growth?
Today only I wrote a complete hub on the issue and one of best option is IT and software development which are in demand and will remain in demand in coming years.
http://ziaahmedkhan.hubpages.com/hub/Ca … The-Future
There is an information source where you can look this up: http://www.onetonline.org/find/descript … Interests/ . On this page, click on your area of interest. On the page it goes to, those occupations with a little sun symbol next to them are those that have a bright near term outlook. I don't know for how many years down the road this projects, but if you hunt around their site, you may find that fact stated somewhere.
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