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The Top 10 Jobs For 2021
The Top 10 Jobs For 2021
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The Top 10 Jobs For 2021

It will take a considerable amount of time to gather the data necessary to see how the current pandemic has had an affect on the US job market in particular. One thing that already seems obvious is the pandemic will create a staggering amount of permanent job losses. Along with that new jobs are emerging due to a change in consumer behavior particularly in delivery, e-commerce, and the grocery industry. But the job-loss-to-job-creation ratio will not be equal.

1. Software developers

A software developer, programmer or coder, is a person who creates computer software. A programmer can refer to a specialist in one area of computers, or to a generalist who writes code for many kinds of software. Software development overall will be in high demand for the foreseeable future. Since we have created a strong dependency on our computers, they ar becoming an extension of us. Examples of our dependency range from writing business reports to emailing. This is  where software developers come in. They're the ones who design the computer software that makes it all possible.

2. Computer user support specialists

The consumer will need to be educated on a consistent basis. This is where great customer service comes into play or in the case of computers support specialists is the backbone. They are the employees you would have to reach out to for further assistance whether by phone web chat or video conference. As computer technology and usage continue to grow, so will the need for people who help us operate our systems.

3. Registered nurses

A registered nurse or RN fro short is a nurse whom successfully graduated from a nursing program and met the requirements outlined by a country, state, province or similar government-authorized licensing body to obtain a nursing license. They are employed in a wide variety of professional settings; specialize in a field of practice. They’re responsibilities include  supervising care delivered by other healthcare workers, including student nurses, licensed practical nurses (except in Canada), unlicensed assistive personnel, and less-experienced RNs.

4. Construction managers

Construction management is a professional service that uses specialized, project management techniques to oversee the planning, design, and construction of a project, from its beginning to its end. Building and construction never really stop. We may see a shift from residential to commercial vice versa. So as long as building booms exist, qualified construction managers will always be in the spotlight. A construction manager must make sure everything meets design specifications while ensuring a project is completed on time and within budget. Construction managers earn a median annual salary of $95,260 and may be required to hold a bachelor's degree.

5. Financial managers

Financial managers use a variety of data analysis techniques that can later be used by  senior managers to execute profit-maximizing ideas. They are also responsible for the financial health of their organization. They create financial reports, direct investment activities, and develop plans to support long-term goals and objectives. So as long as businesses have a strong desire to reduce their expenses while maximizing profits? The demand for talented financial managers will continue to be in high demand and expected to grow. To become a financial manager, you'll need a minimum of a bachelor's degree and can expect to earn a median annual salary of $129,890.

6. Industrial machinery mechanics

Industrial machinery mechanics, or maintenance machinists, keep machines in working order through professional basic to advanced troubleshooting. Their main focus is the detection and correction of errors before the machine goes out of service, becomes a hazard or receives further damage. Many of these machines today in our modern society are increasingly run by computers, which takes a load off troubleshooting manually. Even though the manufacturing industry in the U.S. shrunk by 33%  the tougher, leaner companies survived, while the newer companies appeared on the horizon. As manufacturing continues its expansion, companies will need people to repair and maintain their machines. This job typically requires a high school diploma or equivalent and pays a median annual salary of $52,860.

7. Electricians

If you're not afraid of heights, a lillte danger and a strong believer in safety without the need for a college degree then you may want to consider a career as an electrician. Electricians have been and will most likely always be in high demand. Those voltages will have to be broken down and distributed in a safe manner in both a commercial or residential setting. Electricians have been in high demand, and the need for talented electricians is increasing.  The best part about it all is as an electrician you are afforded the opportunity to work for someone else or start their own business. These professionals usually have a high school diploma or equivalent and earn a median annual salary of $56,180.

8. Nurse practitioners

If you've spent any time in your doctor's office, it will come as no surprise to you that nurse practitioners are crucial. Depending on the state, a nurse practitioner may be the one to write your prescriptions and refer you to specialists. In rural areas, nurse practitioners run entire medical offices with little to no input from an MD. You'll need a master's degree to become a nurse practitioner but will enjoy a job with a wide variety of duties that pays a median annual salary of $115,800.

9. Elementary school teachers

Teaching is hard work that makes a difference. It's also a career in high demand. A bachelor's degree is required, and you'll earn a median annual salary of $59,420.

10. Speech-language pathologists

Many children have benefited from the help of a speech pathologist, and it's predicted that as baby boomers age, they will also need these highly trained professionals. Speech pathologists work with people who have experienced, or are experiencing, health issues that involve language impairment, like stroke or dementia. If you hope to become a speech pathologist, the job typically requires a master's degree. The median annual pay for the job is $79,120.

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