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US News and Word Reports selected 50 careers that they predict to be in the highest demand. The categories with the most chance of creating new jobs are on the following list –

  1. Science and Technology – especially Aerospace Sciences, Engineering and Technologies,
  2. Healthcare,
  3. Service,
  4. Civic,
  5. Business/Finance, and
  6. Creative.

This list is in order of probable highest numbers of new jobs created for 2010 and expected to increase further through 2020.

If you are attending a college, university or tech school ikn the near future, it is important to choose a course of study that will lead to an active career in companies that are actually hiring workers. The listing above can help you decide on a career field.

For more information, please see:

via Top 20 Best Career Choices for 2010 – 2020.

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