Top Jobs based on Salary, Growth, and Job Openings

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To have a potentially good, skillfully professional and figuratively stable job is the dream of every literate person. A job that pays well and have a huge lot of opportunities to progress is the need of hour but to select a career is something which is usually not decided by the students from the very start of their studies and when they realize that they are not fit for their certain career, it’s usually too late to repent upon! ​

Following is the list of some top jobs based on Salary, Growth, and Job Openings; to help you determine your career at the very start of your studies.






Accountancy:

Accountancy is the highest paid occupation in UK and second highest paid job career in US. A highly qualified, experienced account can earn a monthly income of more than $130,000 with almost no extra efforts. Job opportunities for an accountant are more than any other occupation in the world. With the rapid increase of socialized business world, you can choose any field of accountancy in accordance with your mental capabilities and personal taste. Chartered Accountancy, Financial Accountancy, Managerial Accountancy, Bookkeeping, Auditing, Taxation, Payroll & Finance Management and Accounting Consultancy Services are the basic choices available in the field of accountancy. Also the respect associated with the career is a huge plus point.

Legal Services:

Law is one of the oldest occupations in the history of human. And it will remain there until the very last existence of humans! You would not possibly come across a single law professional, who is good with his job and still a poor man! A four year Law school degree can easily earn you $110,000 a month. Environmental law, Entertainment law, Family law, Real Estate law, Intellectual Property, and Civil law are more in these days. And of course, no one can earn more than a legal consultant!

Surgery:

Job opportunities in the field of surgery are bit limited as it requires very high qualifications and quite an experience but in US, surgeons are the highest paid professionals. A surgeon can easily earn more than $180,000 if he is specialized with a degree and have good 4, 5 year of experience. Neurosurgery tops the list in terms of making money. Heart specialists are at second place.

IT Professionals:

In the last five years, IT industry has created most number of jobs in America, as compared to any other industry, on an average of 216,520 jobs per year with an approximate average salary of $43,500. With the increasing need of this profession in every single bit of life, Information technology is projected to be the highest paid profession in next two or three years. Hardware and networking professionals are at a bit of back foot while software and web professionals are more in demand these days.

Fiction Writers:

Fiction writing is one profession that is very old but was never rated as a concerned profession. But in past recent years, it has emerged as one very highly potential profession in terms of money. Not only the private publishing companies have growing job opportunities but also the government is shifting in. And if by chance of luck, you get a go like “Harry Porter” or “Twilight,” you need a whole accounting team, just to calculate how many millions have you made!

Sales and Marketing:

No one can earn more commissions and bonuses like Sales and Marketing professionals and that is not the only reason to opt for this career; they are also earning an average income of $95,000! Public Relations, Brand development, Media buying, and Collateral & Promotions development are in the main highlight these days.
Along with above mentioned jobs, Audiology, Clergy, Engineering, Higher Education, Public Administration, Pharmacy, and Commercial Flying are some potentially very good careers to choose.



Hope this guide helps determining your means of visualizing your dreams in reality!

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