New Hiring Trends

Looking for a job but not sure where to start? There are certain industries that are growing by leaps and bounds. Some require specific training and others do not. Keep in mind the trends for the future workforce as you decide what type of education to get now.

Health Care

Jobs for health care professionals of all types is a growing field. As the population ages, the need for medical workers increases. You don’t have to go to medical school to get in on this trend. There are numerous jobs you can perform with a community college certification program. For example, there are plenty of Wallingford CT caregiving employment opportunities for degreed CNAs and LPNs both of which can be obtained in less than four years.

Technology

As a society, we’re not going backwards where technology is concerned. If you took any technology classes in high school, there’s a good chance the information is already dated. More and more companies are hiring cyber security experts as cybercrime becomes more widespread. Most companies also have an IT expert on staff to help everyone with their technology problems and to walk them through upgrades and changing technologies. Hiring data scientist has become a new hot job trend. As the IoT grows, the demand to analyze all the data collected will increase. Certification programs have begun popping up for this emerging field.

Delivery

Whether you are delivering packages, food, or humans, the need for delivery drivers has skyrocketed. If you’re not sure what you want to study in school or you’re simply looking for a very flexible work schedule, delivering goods to people (or people themselves) is a great way to earn some money. It’s easy enough to sign up with several different services as an independent contractor which means you can work as little or as much as you want.

Not all jobs require years and years of schooling. There are plenty of jobs available now in a number of growing fields.

 

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