Let’s face it. Getting a job immediately after graduating from college is not an easy task. In fact, several studies show that only half of college graduates hold at least one job a year after graduation.
Cyber Security is a growing industry. Estimates show that there will be 1 million job openings in 2016 alone. In the next 5 years, the cyber security industry is projected to grow from a $75 billion dollar a year industry to more than $170 billion.
Medical assistants are frequently shortened to MAs. These are broad medical and business specialists in both clinical and administrative fields. These people frequently perform two duties at a time; organizing the whole running of a hospital and at the same time assisting physicians and nurses.
Health technology is a very exciting field and keeping up to date with these new cutting-edge trends that will revolutionize healthcare is often a job in itself.
A nursing career is a sure way to a good salary. Just how good is that income? Well, various salary comparison websites reveal that in 2015, the national average salary for a registered nurse was $80,000.
If you enjoy driving long distances with a lot of solitude, then truck driving may be a career worth considering. However, remember that truck driving requires a lot of endurance and there may be times when you get very little exercise.
The popularity and acceptance of occupational therapy is increasing at a rapid pace. Similar to physical therapy, but with more wide ranging applications, it’s a growing field and one that looks set to birth new opportunities of employment.