You've got a future! Go for it! But where? Let me tell you about the 10 hottest careers. Let's face it, if you're just starting out in the job and careers market you want to have a solid track to run on. You want to be pointed in the right direction .
. . a direction where you have an above-average opportunity. Or maybe you're already into a steady job or career, but you realize it's time to look around.
You want to advance yourself. Once again, there's no better place to start your search than taking a look at where the best opportunities are. Well, here's where the best jobs will be in the future (which starts today). Government economists have estimated which occupations would grow the fastest between now and 2014. They also predicted which occupations would have the most new jobs. Here they are: ** Network systems and data communications analysts ** Physicians assistants ** Physical therapists assistants ** Dental hygienists ** Computer software engineers, systems software ** Network and computer systems administrators ** Database administrators ** Forensic science technicians If you're just starting out as a high school or college grad you'll want to consider these fields because they will give you the advantage of above-average opportunities.
But there's room for some creativity here. For example, maybe you don't see yourself specifically in one of these hot careers. So check to see if there's a crossover effect related to something you're more interested in. For example, if you're a sports enthusiast there are unique opportunities where you can find a home for your interests as a physical therapist. Or, say, you have an interest in getting into a business environment in some capacity. Well, the needs for someone with various computer software or database skills are extraordinary.
Or couple your goals in law enforcement with forensic science. Please understand that the starting point for any intelligent career move is YOU! And a good first step is to make a careful review of what you've got going for you. Don't rely just on your work history to make this list.
Indicate your work-related qualities and your work "style" as part of this assessment. And don't forget all those activites outside a work environment that contribute to the overall picture of you. This list will help you make a career choice. Whatever you decide, it's important to see yourself in the bigger picture. For those of us committed to the alternative job search and non-traditional career advancement movement, this has special significance.
It's what we call developing a "Failsafe Career." That's one that you build for a lifetime of job success. Check it out!.
Paul Megan writes for EEI, the world-class pioneer in alternative job search techniques and non-traditional career advancement strategies . . . since 1985. Grab our stunning FREE REPORT: "How To Find A Job In As Little As 14 Days!" Click on RSS for instant info! http://www.fastest-job-search.com