Best Jobs Of The Future

According to the Business Insider, they compiled a ranking of the best jobs of the future based on how well they pay and how much they are projected to grow in the coming years.

Here is the list based on the total number of new jobs projected by 2022-

 

  • 1. Registered Nurses526,800 predicted job openings by 2022. $65,470 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Assess patients' needs and provide care to patients. Typical Educational Requirements: Associate's degree.
  • 2. General and Operations Managers244,100 predicted job openings by 2022. $95,440 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Direct and coordinate the operations and staff of organizations. Typical Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree.
  • 3. Software Applications Developers139,900 predicted job openings by 2022. $90,060 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Design and develop software for clients and users. Typical Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree
  • 4. Specialist Physicians and Surgeons65,300 predicted job openings by 2022. At least $187,200 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Provide specialized medical care for patients. Some examples of specialist physicians include allergists, dermatologists, and neurologists. Typical Educational Requirements: Doctoral or professional degree
  • 5. Accountants and Auditors166,700 predicted job openings by 2022. $63,550 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Analyze financial records and ensure compliance with financial requirements and standards. Typical Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree
  • 6. Management Analysts133,800 predicted job openings by 2022. $78,600 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Study and evaluate organizations, and develop techniques and plans to improve efficiency. Typical Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree.
  • 7. Computer Systems Analysts127,700 predicted job openings by 2022. $79,680 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Analyze and improve information systems. Typical Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree
  • 8. Elementary School Teachers167,900 predicted job openings by 2022. $53,400 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Teach children foundational skills and concepts. Typical Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree
  • 9. Carpenters218,200 predicted job openings by 2022. $39,940 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Construct houses, other structures, and various frames and fixtures out of wood. Typical Educational Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent
  • 10. Lawyers74,800 predicted job openings by 2022. $113,500 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Represent clients in various types of legal proceedings and write legal documents. Typical Educational Requirements: Professional degree.
  • 11. First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers171,500 predicted job openings by 2022. $49,330 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Directly supervise and coordinate the activities of clerical and administrative support workers. Typical Educational Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent
  • 12. Software Systems Developers82,800 predicted job openings by 2022. $99,000 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Develop high-level software systems in a variety of industries. Typical Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree
  • 13. Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists131,500 predicted job openings by 2022. $60,300 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Research market conditions to help guide sales and marketing decisions. Typical Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree
  • 14. First-line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction workers128,300 predicted job openings by 2022. $59,700 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Directly supervise and coordinate activities of construction or extraction workers. Typical Educational Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent
  • 15. Licensed Practical and Vocational Nurses182,900 predicted job openings by 2022. $41,540 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Assist doctors and registered nurses and provide basic medical care to patients. Typical Educational Requirements: Post-secondary non-degree
  • 16. Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers192,600 predicted job openings by 2022. $38,200 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Drive the vehicles that carry pretty much everything we consume. Typical Educational Requirements: Post-secondary non-degree.
  • 17. Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks204,600 predicted job openings by 2022. $35,170 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Obtain and use numerical data to complete financial records and maintain accounting records. Typical Educational Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent.
  • 18. Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing132,000 predicted job openings by 2022. $54,230 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Sell goods for wholesalers or manufacturers to businesses or groups of individuals. Typical Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree
  • 19. Medical and Health Services Managers73,300 predicted job openings by 2022. $88,580 median annual wage in 2012. What They Do: Plan, direct, or coordinate medical and health services in hospitals, clinics, managed care organizations, public health agencies, or similar organizations. Typical Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree
  • 20. Construction Managers78,200 predicted job openings by 2022. $82,790 median annual wage in 2012. What they do: Organize, plan, and supervise construction projects. Typical Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree
1. Registered Nurses1 2. General and Operations Managers2 3. Software Applications Developers3 4. Specialist Physicians and Surgeons4 5. Accountants and Auditors5 6. Management Analysts6 7. Computer Systems Analysts7 8. Elementary School Teachers8 9. Carpenters9 10. Lawyers10 11. First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers11 12. Software Systems Developers12 13. Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists13 14. First-line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction workers14 15. Licensed Practical and Vocational Nurses15 16. Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers16 17. Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks17 18. Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing18 19. Medical and Health Services Managers19 20. Construction Managers20
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And as we can see the job prediction for Registered Nurse will be 526,800 by year 2022, Geronurseprep is dedicated and committed to fulfill this requirement.

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Source- The 20 Best Jobs Of The Future, Business Insider

 

 

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