1) Nuclear Industry
There is a high demand for professionals that are qualified to work in the nuclear industry. This sector is one that is controversial; however, with the appropriate type of degree, a person can make good money working in this line of work. While France is a country that is backing away from the production of nuclear energy, there are still more than 65 reactors being built in other parts of the world, ensuring that there is more than enough work to go around.
2) Education Industry
For those of you interested in helping shape the minds of children, teenagers and adults, the education industry is one that is always growing. There are many types of jobs you can pursue in this industry with teaching being one of the most popular. Another common job found in the education industry includes researchers. Working in the field of education oftentimes comes along with low salary levels; however, the satisfaction in an educational career far outweighs the negative financial aspects.
3) Government Industry
The public government industry is one that makes available a wide range of good paying careers. Finding a job in the government industry is simple because job postings can be viewed online. With a quick search, you will be able to find a job position that will interest you.
4) Health Care Industry
The world’s largest working industry is the health care industry. Just as with most other industries, there is a variety of ways you can enter into the health care industry with many of the positions requiring no college degree. Many occupations in the health care industry require that you only take part in some type of formal training program. Popular career choices found in this industry include dental hygienists, physicians, dentists, dermatologists and nurses.
5) Information Technology Industry
For those of you who are tech-savvy, consider a career in the information technology (IT) industry. IT jobs are highly in demand and are accompanied with great paying salaries. A career in this industry can take off with a two year degree; however, the more advanced degree a person has, the more employment opportunities he or she will have. An advanced degree also helps to secure a higher paying job position. Common IT jobs found in this industry include applications architects, lead applications managers, senior web developers, help desk techs and network managers.