Industries with the Most Growth for 2015 & Beyond

Proactive Candidates are more likely to be looking for a role that is best for them financially as well as in relation to flexibility and job security. Big population trends, such as aging Baby Boomers, better medicine and health care, and rapid technology growth, are causing significant waves of change in the types of roles needed globally.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics & Business in 2015, the following jobs are becoming the most in demand for candidates in the New Year and beyond:

Biomedical Engineers
The field of biomedical engineering is expected to increase by 61.7% by 2020.

Network Systems Analysts and Data Communications Analysts
The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects a 25% increase within the next few years.

Financial Analysts
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects an increase by 16% within the next few years.

Medical Scientists
This field is expected to increase about 36.4% by 2020.

Physician’s Assistant
This profession is expected to increase by 38% by 2022.

Biochemists and Biophysicists
The Bureau of Labor Statistics report an expected growth rate of 19% by 2022.

Athletics Trainer
The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a growth rate of about 19% within the next few years.

Dental Hygienist
The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a growth rate of 33% within the next few years.

Veterinary Technologists and Assistant
The projected growth rate is 30% within the next few years.

Dental Assistant
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimate a growth rate of 25% within the next few years.

Computer Applications Software Engineers
The Bureau of Labor Statistics predict a growth rate of 22% within the next few years.

Physical Therapist Assistant
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates a growth rate of about 41% within the next few years.

Veterinarians
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimate job growth at 35.9% by 2020.

Compliance Officers
Projected job growth is about 20%.

Environmental Engineers
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates a projected job growth of 15% within the next few years.

Physical Therapists
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates a job growth rate of 36%.

Personal Finance Advisor
The Bureau of Labor statistics estimates job growth at 27% within the next few years.

In addition to these roles, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates Audiologists, Health Educators, Stonemasons, Medical Secretaries, Interpreters, Glaziers, Sonographers, Event Planners, Plumbers, Iron Workers, and Personal Care Aides to be in high demand in 2015 and onward through 2020.

September 11, 2015

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