Twenty careers in healthcare, technology, business and education are reported on, with helpful information on what they entail, salary information and why it's "hot".
I recommend the e-Book especially for college students who are in the process of narrowing down their career options.
Here are more places you can read about the "best" jobs this year:
Time to enroll in medical school and become a specialist. But just remember, after $75,000, money doesn't buy happiness.
We're talking IT here.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics' findings, many of which do not require a college degree.
If you want to move onto something else, perhaps one of these options is worth pursuing.
We've all read that jobs won't be plentiful this year, so aim for the industries where the jobs are most likely to be. Selena Dehne cites Laurence Shatkin's book, "2011 Career Plan: The Best Moves Now for a Solid Future".
This is CareerCast's take on the best and the worst. Roofers, lumberjacks, construction workers, EMTs: we salute you.
I'd love to hear: How "hot" is your career? Do you care? Why, or why not?
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