Fastest growing occupations according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Feb 1, 2023 | resume advice, Resume Tips | 0 comments

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Fastest growing occupations according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

  1. Nurse Practitioner / Growth Rate 46% / Median Pay $120,680
  2. Wind turbine service technicians / Growth Rate 44% / Median Pay $52,260
  3. Ushers, lobby attendants, ticket takers / Growth Rate 41% / Median Pay $24,440
  4. Motion picture projectionist / Growth Rate 40% / Median Pay $29,350
  5. Cooks, Restaurant / Growth Rate 37% / Median Pay $30,010
  6. Data scientist / Growth Rate 36% / Median Pay $100,910
  7. Athletes and sport competitors / Growth Rate 36% / Median Pay 77,300
  8. Information security analyst / Growth Rate 35% / Median Pay $102,600
  9. Statisticians / Growth Rate 33% / Median Pay $95,570
  10. Umpires, referees / Growth Rate 32%  / Median Pay $35,860
  11. Web Developer / Growth Rate 30% / Median Pay $77,030
  12. Animal caretakers / Growth Rate 30 / Median Pay $28,600

As you can see a lot of this is COVID bounce back, but the most important thing is to look at the jobs that pay the best and do not require tens of thousands of dollars in educational fees.  Look at Wind Turbine Service Technician, for under $9,000 and after six months of school you can have a career in an exploding industry.  You also don’t need a ton of certifications to be a Web Developer, you just need to know how to do it.  Many trade schools offer courses in Web Development, There are tons of courses online, you can also  YouTube it and teach yourself! If  you have enough drive and interest, you can do well.