Top 10 Most Wanted Careers

By: Fae Cheska Esperas

Are you having difficulty deciding on a career to pursue? Are you still in the middle of choosing the right job? Want to be in a practical, yet emotionally fulfilling kind of work? Then this article is for you.

Below is a list of the Top 10 fastest growing jobs in the United States, as stated in the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. These jobs are expected to be the most wanted occupations by 2016. One of them might be your key to a successful career.

1. Network systems and data communications analysts

These are people in charge of managing network systems and data communication devices. They are wanted almost everywhere since the Internet has evolved from being just a trend into a desperate need.

2. Physician assistants

If you have dreams of becoming a doctor, then this is a good training ground for you.

3. Computer software engineers, applications

They take part in creating new technologies in the world of computer software applications.

4. Physical therapist assistants

Physical therapist assistants help physical therapists both in actual as well as administrative PT work. This is as well a good stepping stone if you want to be a licensed PT.

5. Dental hygienists

Dental hygienists focus on keeping your teeth and gums healthy through constant cleaning and polishing. They also come up with new techniques in promoting oral health care.

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6. Forensic science technicians

Dreaming of becoming a real life CSI? Here's your chance to do so!

7. Medical and health information assistants

They help out in providing health information as well as assist in providing your health needs.

8. Fitness and aerobics instructors

Fitness and aerobics instructors continue to be a need in various fitness centers, especially now that people are so obsessed with keeping their body in shape.

9. Veterinary technicians

Veterinary technicians are needed to provide quality health care to animals by performing medical tests for diagnosis and treatment. They are usually found in the fields of biomedical research, livestock management, and wildlife medicine.

10. Database administrators

They are responsible for managing database management systems in order to keep and extract important data in an understandable way. This job is expected to rise by almost 50 percent by 2016.

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