No One Says You Have To Be What Your Major Tells You
You chose a major that would lead to a specific career. But now, you see the job market for that career has dwindled. What to do?
Time to think outside the box!
Forbes listed the top 25 careers for Millennials that provide a work/life balance with reasonable salaries. The Young Invincibles, a DC non-profit focused on issues facing Millennials, researched careers that will appear to be “outside the box,” but in reality, provide a great niche for providing collaborative and creative environments and predicted job growth through 2022.
Here’s the list!
- Physician Assistants: 38% growth by 2022; 91k median income
- Actuaries: 26%; 93.6k
- Statisticians: 27%, 75.5k; Biomedical engineers: 27%; 86.9k
- Computer and Information Research Scientists: 15%; 102k
- Marketing Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists: 32%; 60.3k
- Nuclear Engineers: 9%; 104k
- Elevator Installers and Repairers: 25%; 76.6k
- Petroleum Engineers: 26%; 130.2k
- Therapists: 27%; 70k; Dental Hygienists: 33%; 70.2k
- Logisticians: 22%; 72.7k
- Financial Analysts and Advisors: 16%; 71.7k
- Software Developers and Programmers: 19%; 87.1k
- Pharmacists: 15%; 116.6k
- Public Relations and Fundraising Managers: 13%; 95.4k
- Public Relations Specialists: 12%;54.1k; Credit Analysts: 10%; 61k
- Agents/Business Managers of Artists, Performers, Athletes: 10%; 63.3k
- Geological and Petroleum Technicians: 15%; 52.7k; Dieticians and Nutritionists: 21%; 55.2k
- Medical Scientists: 13%; 76k; Agricultural and Food Scientists: 9%; 58.6k
- Surveyors, Cartographers, Photogrammetrists:12%; 56.5k; Fundraisers: 17%; 50.6k
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