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Most Demanded Careers In The Near Future

When a family member approaches you and asks "what are your aspirations in life?" What is your answer? What is your first thought?

Most Demanded Careers In The Near Future
Let me ask you a simple question: What does the word ‘Future’ mean to you?
It is simple but hard isn’t it? When a family member approaches you and asks “what are your aspirations in life?” What is your answer? What is your first thought?
Growing up I was always being asked these same questions and I felt a little lost in the process. I needed to take the next step towards my future and consequently, it meant more responsibility and expectations from the people around me.
Now, as a College Graduate, I look back and see how hard it was to make that decision. I understand what you feel, there are too many questions and doubts in your head, it’s difficult to identify which path you should follow to secure your future.
With that in mind, we want to provide valuable information that might help, choosing a career that is or is predicted to be on high demand can maximize your chances of success in the workplace.
According to PayScale (a website that research and compare average salaries in the US), the three careers that will be most demanded in the upcoming years, are:
  1. Registered Nurse (Average Salary today $64,143) – click here to learn more 
  2. General/Operations Manager (Average Salary today $64,618) – click here to learn more 
  3. Accountant (Average Salary today $51,079) – click here to learn more 
In addition to these, we all know how much the tech field is developing and gaining more space every day in our daily life. Therefore, it is inevitable that careers such as Software Developers, Computer & Mathematical Occupations, Database Management, and other areas of Computer Systems are growing abruptly.  According to 2016 figures from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), the typical software developer earns an impressive median salary of $102,280
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics made an Employment Projection from 2018-2028 based on the careers that will be highly in demand and the estimation of new positions between those years. Click here to see the results
Don’t get me wrong, when it comes to your future there are many other important factors you need to take into consideration. But knowing the trends, demand projections and average salaries will help you make a more educated decision
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Nathalia Sato
Advisor at USP