The Top 10 Careers Of The Future

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The Top 10 Careers Of The Future

Which jobs will be in demand in the future? Here are just a few careers that seem to have a bright future ahead.

Nursing

For those that have the brains to work in medicine and are passionate about helping others, a career as a nurse could be worth considering. The demand for nurses has risen by 26% in the last decade and seems certain to continue rising. Getting into nursing usually requires completing a three year course. The role of a nurse can be demanding, but it has a decent wage and is a very rewarding job.

Elderly care

People are living longer, which means the aging population is increasing. Many of these elderly people will need to be cared for in the future, which will mean hiring extra carers. Getting into care requires no qualifications (unless you’re pursuing a nursing role), making it great for people that want to get stuck into a career without having to spend years getting educated.

Teaching

So long as there are schools, there will always be a demand for teachers. Schools are already calling out for teaching staff and as the birth rate continues to increase and more children are born, it’s thought that this demand will continue to rise. Teaching is a rewarding job and one that you can cater to your skills. You’ll generally need some kind of degree (ideally in the subject you’re teaching) as well as passing a teaching assessment.   

International law

The internet has allowed many small companies to take on a global market. Whilst businesses may have once hired solicitors with local knowledge to get help with contracts and trademarks and health and safety laws, businesses are now looking for solicitors with international knowledge. There are specialist courses that you can take in international law.

Sustainable energy

The whole world is making efforts to move towards a greener future. For this reason, environmental sector jobs are in high demand. Sustainable energy is one of the biggest trades – both solar panel companies and wind farms have been seeing fast returns. If you have an interest in environmental affairs and are tech savvy, a career in sustainable energy could be right for you.

Electrical engineering

There are more electronic gadgets out there than ever before. Meanwhile many industries are now relying on robots. Electrical engineers are needed to help design and build these machines. You can take an electrical engineering degree online.

Cloud technology

App development

Data analytics

Digital marketing

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