Are you reconsidering your career choices this year? We’ve got some news for you! You don’t necessarily have to be a techie to find work this year, though you definitely would benefit from having computer skills.
Here, from HR firm Randstad, is a list of the 10 most in-demand jobs this year, from Number 1 (most in demand) to Number 10 (Least of the most in-demand):
- General Labourer – handy work, cleaning, loading, general manufacturing jobs, etc.
- Sales Reps – especially Business to Business sales
- Accountants – especially if you have a designation
- Engineering Project Managers – especially if you can relocate to where the building booms are taking place
- Business Analysts – especially if you have financial skills or technology skills, or, ideally, both
- Customer Service Reps – especially if you have CRM skills
- IT Project Managers – especially if you can also manage people and budgets
- Account Managers – especially if you know how to keep customers happy
- Software Engineers – can have your pick of jobs if you are good
- Forklift Operators – Employers will often provide training in exchange for commitment
(Thanks to Jessica Chin, Huffington Post)