The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the need for the following jobs will increase drastically in the next ten years. The estimates show that in general, the medical field may be the place to work in the future for job security. Sources: bls.gov bankrate.com
According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average yearly salary for computer systems software engineers is $94,000.
Jobs in this career combined with biophysics is expected to grow 37 percent by 2018, according to the BLS.
Mean annual wage is $86,000.
There were 4.5 million jobs for teachers in 2008.
Average annual yearly salary as of 2008 for high school teachers was $54,000.
Some say that this field is going to grow because as America ages, they want help to know how to stay healthy.
Also appealing for this career is the short time it takes to become qualified.
By 2018, the BLS predicts demand for biomedical engineers will increase an incredible 72 percent, according to bankrate.com.
The average yearly annual wage in this field is $84,700.
left: An engineer from a biomedical company in Salt Lake inspects production.
The BLS predicts occupations in this field will grow an amazing 50 percent by 2018, due to the aging American population that needs assistance.
Demand for pharmacy technicians is expected to grow significantly in the next ten years according to the BLS.
As of 2010, there were over 330,000 people employed in this field.
It only takes about two years of specialized training to become qualified for this job.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that physical therapy assistant jobs will increase in number by 33 percent by 2018.