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Careers in demand now and in the future

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Careers in demand now and in the future

Beside careers in medical related field... what careers that are in demand now and in the future...Also have a lot of job opportunities and low competition?

I'm thinking of changing careers and want to see the careers options out there
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My niece just started her career as a repiratory therapist - very high in demand, as is anything else respiratory related.

Anything dealing with the elderly/gerontology - from social work, occupational therapy, etc.
[OP]
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natalka wrote:
Apr 18th, 2017 5:59 am
My niece just started her career as a repiratory therapist - very high in demand, as is anything else respiratory related.

Anything dealing with the elderly/gerontology - from social work, occupational therapy, etc.
Thats medical related profession... I don't want to do medical stuff
unowned wrote:
Apr 18th, 2017 6:37 am
data science
Really?! ... what is that exactly? Organizing and analyzing dAta?

Is there schooling for that?
[OP]
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ji2o0k wrote:
Apr 18th, 2017 12:23 pm
Trades...specifically plumbing, electrician and house reno contractors...
I actually thought about trades ... I wasn't sure how easily I can get a job because I'm hearing impaired (I wear hearing aids) ... if employers see me as a liability for safety situations.
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coders will always be in demand as the world moves towards more automation
[OP]
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Bobby66 wrote:
Apr 18th, 2017 4:58 pm
coders will always be in demand as the world moves towards more automation
Coding is weird for me ... look like chicken scratches and I'm a bit in awe on how people can read it and understand it lol
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toshibaaa wrote:
Apr 18th, 2017 5:06 pm
Coding is weird for me ... look like chicken scratches and I'm a bit in awe on how people can read it and understand it lol
People actually sit down and learn how to read it.
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Op is waiting for someone to suggest video game developer or something lol.
[OP]
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KhalidA wrote:
Apr 18th, 2017 5:15 pm
People actually sit down and learn how to read it.
Have you done coding? Is it hard to learn?
xblackrainbow wrote:
Apr 18th, 2017 6:18 pm
Op is waiting for someone to suggest video game developer or something lol.
Lol nah no thanks....I don't even play video games lol
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toshibaaa wrote:
Apr 18th, 2017 6:28 pm
Have you done coding? Is it hard to learn?
Lol nah no thanks....I don't even play video games lol
Honestly if there's something easy to learn, and pays well. Everybody would jump on that. Unfortunately easy to learn and high paying jobs are outside of major cities.

Find something you like. You seem to be picky about everything.
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Apr 20, 2011
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Getting a job would be easier if you are a coder but if you really want to earn a lot, its better to have coding as a skill and you should do some other majors.

From my perspective

- Data Science. Its been few decades that clients (end users) have started to use online store, now its high time to make their stored data meaningful. As long as you have data science under your belt, you can do lot better in multiple fields (marketing, finance etc)
- Health Informatics: there will be lot of innovation in health field in near feature, right time to get into it
- Machine Learning/Deep Learning/AI: Everything ... everything will depend on it. It will become more of a commodity and anyone who has more girp on these subjects will be high in demand
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Persuasion, presentation and selling skills...so u can sell $2000 tickets to BS seminars to hear you talk about...stuff
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Oops, my bad for not reading your first post correctly...

Insurance adjuster/claims
marketing
massage therapist
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