Top 10 Best Industries to Work In

Posted In 10Awesome, Career, Personal Development - By paul On Sunday, October 28th, 2012 With 0 Comments

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Have you ever wondered what the best industries are for young graduates to work in? We have and after some research we have come up with a top ten list that will serve as a starting point for young professionals in their search for a good job. Read on and find out more about the subject.

 

 

 

 

 

1.      Health care

The health care industry is by far the world’s largest industry. As a physician, you can always find a well-paid job in your country or abroad. Medical tourism is becoming more and more popular these days – why not take advantage of that and start searching for jobs now?

2.      Media and Entertainment

It takes more than talent to make it in the media and entertainment business, it takes luck and connections. If you’re young and want to make it big, there’s a good deal of networking to be made if you want to start earing good money. The radio business is dying, but there’s always the TV that will live on forever and with the digitalization of this business there’s a good chance you will find something that will bring you satisfaction. 

3.      Nuclear Industry

Nuclear industry professionals are few and that is why they are so highly sought after. If you think you have what it takes to work in the nuclear industry search for nuclear jobs here. You’ll be sure to find something whether you are a student or a graduate. It is a controversial sector, but you can work on improving the business and the view people have on it. Although some countries, like France are backing out of creating nuclear energy, there is still hope for the professionals in the business, as there are 65 reactors being built around the world. Read more about it here.

4.      Government

The public sector, controlled by the state, offers good jobs, nobody can deny that. Once you’re in, it’s easy to stay in. The jobs are made public online, so do a quick search to find out what could interest you. Choose something you’ll see yourself doing for a long time. 

5.      Education

If you think you can help shape our nation’s young minds, then choose to work in the education industry. You won’t get rich, but then again, not everyone’s looking to get rich. So many people are happy doing jobs that help others and if you think you’re one of them, go for it!

6.      Real Estate

The real estate industry will never die – people will always be looking to buy and sell property and although it is a competitive business, it is well worth the effort of becoming a part of it. And trust us, it’s not easy to become a successful realtor.

7.      Telecommunications

Mobile phones are taking over the world and there is plenty of money to be made from it. Mobile phone companies are extremely competitive and are always looking for young professionals – if you have something they want, they will pay good money for it.

8.      Financial Services

Banking and insurance is the route to go if, as a young professional, you want to start working on building a career. The most important thing you can do is to set your goals before starting out to search for a job. It’s easy to get lost in this industry and lose sight of what matters to you, so it helps to know what you want before entering the industry.

9.      The Internet

It is a relatively new industry that can make you rich in a short amount of time… if you know how to approach it. Start small and work your way up from there. Don’t let yourself get discouraged, do research and always have a plan B to fall back on.

10.  Law

The law business is always in need of highly trained individuals. Bankruptcy, environmental and employment attorneys were some of the most sought after jobs in 2012.  Although law firms seem to do most of their hiring in September, don’t let this discourage you, if you’re good, they’ll take you.

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