Over the next few decades, automation and artificial intelligence (AI) will change the job market and replace jobs often held by millennials. According to the Gallup study, millennials will be most in danger of being replaced because they are going to be working for many years before they retire. Other positions at risk are entry-level routine jobs such as accounting and financial services. What could be done to beat the trend? How is AI changing the workforce?
It’s a new year and there are plenty of new opportunities to look into and resolutions to be made. If changing jobs is in your future, it’s a good idea to be aware of the ever changing job search trends.
The tech industry is growing rapidly and it’s dominance in the economy offers a lot of opportunity for job seekers. It’s also impacted American businesses tremendously and has changed they way a lot of work gets done. The Department of Labor projects an increase of 22% in all tech jobs by 2020, which means there are plenty of roads to take when it comes to the industry.
Tech jobs are very desirable with job seekers. Many tech companies are recognized on “best companies” lists and other valuable areas that job seekers want to find in a job. They usually offer competitive salaries, great benefits, and plenty of other perks, including happy employees and a low turnover rate.
While most think a STEM degree is needed to break into the tech industry, there are some high paying, fast growing careers that don’t require a math or science degree. Below are 10 tech jobs that fit that criteria.
The tech industry is booming which makes it a highly desired career area for many job seekers, not to mention the industry pays well too. But what are the highest paying tech jobs? Glassdoor recently answered that question when the job hunting site created a list of the 25 best-paying jobs that are in high demand.
The engineering industry is a field that has high demand jobs but also high salaries. College graduates trained in in-demand engineering fields can earn some of the highest salaries. While a bachelor’s degree is usually the minimum requirement, some positions require more experience and/or training.
From entry level to senior status, here are some of the highest paying engineering careers.