Other High Demand Jobs
Because there are such a large number of jobs that fall under our high demand category, we chose a few to highlight below. Each of these jobs represents an industry, or specific job where there are only a few applicants but a rising number of available positions.
Anyone considering a career in the following should think about the added advantage of working in a field where their services, knowledge, and expertise are highly sought after. It is working conditions like these that provide for long lasting careers and job security.
Not all teaching jobs are in high demand, but some are. One such teaching position is special education teachers. These educators are those that have received training in working with students that have special needs and are positions that consistently see open jobs, even when other teachers are having trouble landing a position.
Other education jobs in high demand are math and science teachers. These specific subjects are consistently on job boards and are highly sought after in schools of all grade levels. If you have interest in pursuing education, consider teaching a subject that will put you at the top of the hiring list and set you apart among other applicants.
Also, take a look at our teaching English abroad jobs section. These jobs, depending on the region and your level of education are also in high demand!
Airline jobs aren’t seeking employees at the rate they once were, but they do represent a field that is consistently seeking applications. The benefits of working for an airline, such as the high earning potential and travel opportunities, are just to name a few of the perks you will enjoy on the job. Take a look at our airline jobs section and discover if you have a future in the airline industry.
Vocational jobs include work that takes place within a number of different industries. What they have in common though, is that they all tend to include work in a field that requires specialized training in manual or practical activities.
The education you receive for a vocational job isn’t like that of a four-year college. Instead vocational workers will attend a specific school and learn about a practice that requires expertise in order to perform properly. Some vocational practices include welding, installations, construction, and even technology jobs. These jobs can sometimes be labor intensive and they are among the careers consistently growing in demand. These jobs are an excellent career choice, especially for those with industry experience, and can often pay well depending on the practice and the company that is hiring.
Jobs that you can perform from home are increasing in popularity and demand. As companies streamline, they look for employees that have a specific skill set. As technology improves and offices cut back on needless expenses, this increases the popularity of telecommute jobs. Any job where you work for a business but don’t actually arrive to the office each day could be considered a telecommuting job. Telecommute jobs probably include those that allow you to work from home or, they might be writing jobs.
JobMonkey covers information related both to working from home as well as writing jobs. Find out more about telecommuting and land yourself an exciting career that is eager to have you!
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