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What jobs are in high demand?

I want to live a successful life in my future. What jobs are really good?

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The engineering, medical, and agriculture fields will be in high demand, mainly because jobs like that are almost everywhere.

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Anything in science or engineering...

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jobs in Information Technology such as app developers and computer technicians. Smartphones and other gadgets are rampant nowadays so they need people to develop some programs for these.

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Check your local community college and take an aptitude test.!
You may plan for a high paying job and find you have -no- natural ability.!

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The aptitude test is not an accurate representation of someone’s abilities. I have taken two of them and both times a got two very different results. The person who was their said that it was not a very accurate test at all. Plus natural ability has nothing to do with what someone wants to be or what they can become. That’s really up to them we shape our own future by working hard to learn and develop skills. From there we use our knowledge and our skills in our work.
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If you REALLY want an "in demand" job, get a skilled trade job.. Plumber, electrician, cabinet maker, auto body man, mechanic, etc. You will always have work, make a darn good living, and can probably get your company to continue to get you educated over time. Skilled trades are not going away. No one is going to send their Mercedes to Germany to get a tune up, and no-one is going to send their sink to China to get the faucet fixed. Skilled trades offer you flexibility in hours, and you can work almost anywhere in the country that you want, take time off when you want, and make darn good living. Any job that CAN be outsourced, WILL be outsourced. I know lawyers, accountants, doctors, engineers, that all thought their job was "safe." But now their jobs are in China, Russia, or some other place. If what you do can be made into bits and bytes, your job will evaporate someday.

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Engineering!!!!!!!!!!!

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They always need more people to work in the medical field even if they don’t work with the patients directly they always need people to help with paper work, and the other business side of the things. But I say you should not just shoot for a successful life with a job that is easy to find but something that you enjoy and feel comfortable and confident when doing your job. After all work should not just be work. I hope this helps. :)

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Better to ask what two jobs are in demand. This is the new America people voted for, only part time jobs are available.

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No, there are very good jobs in skilled trades. But the operative word is "skilled." It requires schooling and training to be able to get these jobs. Part of the problem in this country is that the places were the jobs are isn't where the people are. If you want to work near the gas fields in Idaho, you can get just about any job you want. But first you need to be able to sell the house you have that's underwater, move your kids to a new school, and have your wife get a new job as well.
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Registered nurses
Computer systems analysts
Web developers
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales
Computer application software engineers
Truck drivers, heavy & tractor-trailer
Retail salespersons

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If you want an in demand and highly paid job you go with Information Technology or computer related job or be a marketer/business men..

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certified public accountant

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Electrical,mechanical and IT fields are in high demand because there are new technologies comes in this fields so people can easily grab better opportunity to get job in relevant field in future.

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Jobs in following sectors would be in highly demanding.
healthcare, Banking and financial services, information Technology, educational, media and entertainment, agriculture, automobile, Mobile technology

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If you really want security I'd go with bamcintyre's post. People who have to have training to fix your plumbing, electrical and roofing problems. These are hands on and you can study but your knowledge (like a big animal vet) often comes with experience. When your age makes it too physically demanding, you will then supervise a crew that aren't as experienced. You can make good money but it won't be worth it if you don't like the work at all. Sewer problems need experienced personnel too. If you can stand it.

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I would have to say translation. The field of language is rapidly growing, so if you are bi-lingual, tri-lingual, or know more languages than that, you have a great future ahead of you. I myself and learning High German. I plan to either go into journalism for a German or Austrian magazine/newspaper, maybe even translation! Remember, you aren't just competing for jobs locally anymore, you are competing for jobs worldwide. So I say learn a language, and see where things go from there. I want you to remember, your future rests on your choice of career, so pick smart.

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