High Demand Jobs
With current unemployment rates climbing higher and higher, job hunters find themselves wondering, “What’s next?” When choosing a career or looking for a job, it is important for the longevity of your career to have an understanding of where you career is going.
One aspect pertaining to this, is knowing what types of jobs exist for your current career choice and whether or not those jobs are in high demand. It can make a big difference in the choices you make in regards to your career. Take the example of someone who is considering special education as a career path as opposed to teaching for a small, private school. Special education teachers remain a job in high demand, where as small, private schools like Montessori establishments aren’t seeking teachers at such a high rate. That certainly isn’t to say that qualified and experienced teachers aren’t finding great jobs, but statistically, in the field of special education jobs there are more available openings than applicants to fill them.
Teaching special education is just one example of a job that is in high demand. Curious to find out more? Interested to hear about what the Bureau of Labor Statistics has to say about jobs in the upcoming years? In this section we answer the question, “What types of jobs are in high demand?” If you like the open road and job stability then look into truck driving jobs – almost every trucking company is hiring.
On the following pages we outline a few jobs featured on the JobMonkey homepage that recent trends suggest are in high demand.
You will learn about medical and nursing jobs, green jobs, renewable energy jobs, technical jobs, vocational work, and others that will continue to provide a strong opportunity for employment. We delve into the sort of jobs can that will likely ensure you will be choosing between job offers and not aimlessly waiting by the telephone for callbacks. While we can’t guarantee that all the jobs listed on the following pages will guarantee job security, or even work, we can say that by choosing a career path for jobs that are in high demand, or making a career switch to a certain industry, you can increase your chances of landing a better paycheck and a more stable career.