High Demand Jobs in Coming Next 2 Years i.e. 2012 and 2013
High demand jobs are the occupations in which there is a projected growth rate of at least 25 percent in between 2006-2016, and occupations that should at least have 1,000 net job openings. What makes demand of job is the outlook of the occupation or the field and the demand for the service at the present and in the future. For example, technology, such as computers, is always growing and people are always in need of computers; therefore, computers and technology connected with computers is considered to be highly demanded.
Which Job Opportunities Will Be In There In Next 2 Years?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, some fields will be show major job opportunities in coming 5-6 years (numbers are in the thousands):
- Biomedical engineers were at 16.0 in 2008 and are projected to be at 27.6 by 2018, which is a growth of 11.6.
- Network systems and data communication analysts were at 292.0 in 2008 and are projected to be at 447.8 by 2018, which is a growth of 155.
- Home health aides were at 921.7 in 2008 and are projected to be at 1382.6 by 2018, which is a projected growth of 50.01.
Even though these dates are projected for 2018, they will begin to grow in the years before 2018. Computers, biomedical, and medical/home health are careers that are going to see major growth in the upcoming years.
There are some occupations that will be in high demand by the year 2012 because of the items and technology that will be in high demand for that year, and they are as follows:
- The organic food industry is becoming popular because people are becoming more health conscious. This type of food industry is expected to take up about 10 percent of the food industry, so the industry will soon need more retailers, scientists, organic farmers, and certification experts.
- In 2012, data technology, such as video cameras, computers, and sensors will produce much of our information; therefore, more data technologists will be needed to deal with this information.
- In 2012, many of the baby boomers will be needing care giving, which means a high demand on the home health industry and the medical field. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the home health field will be the fastest-growing occupation, with 56 percent growth by 2014.
- The fields of computers, biology, and math are being combined to form the field of computational biology. This field will allow doctors to test for a patient’s distinctive genetic markers and formulate the best treatment plan for that patient.
- Another major growing field is simulation engineering. Businesses are beginning to test products and calculate markets through simulations. Additionally, engineers are also using simulation to test their designs before building.
There are many new fields that are becoming high demand jobs for 2012 because of growing technology; however, such fields and medical and law enforcement will always be high demand fields. There are many high demand careers available to choose from.