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PROFESSIONS THAT MAY BE THRIVING IN 2030

New Year’s resolutions can serve as valuable motivational tools as people look to make positive changes in their lives. Health-related goals like quitting smoking and losing weight annually appear at or near the top of lists documenting the most popular resolutions. But many people also see New Year’s resolutions as a great vehicle to kick-start positive changes in their professional lives.

According to Statista, finding a new job was the eighth most popular New Year’s resolution in 2019. And finding a new job figures to be an even more common resolution for 2021, as the global COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 has sparked a recession that saw millions of people across the globe lose their jobs.

Professionals who want to switch careers in the near future may want to consider professions that are expected to experience significant growth in the years ahead. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, demand for the following professionals is expected to grow considerably between now and 2029.

· Wind turbine service technicians

Expected growth (between 2019-29): 60.7 percent

· Nurse practitioners

Expected growth: 52.4 percent

· Solar photovoltaic installers

Expected growth: 50.5 percent

· Occupational therapy assistants

Expected growth: 34.6 percent

· Statisticians

Expected growth: 34.6 percent

· Home health and personal care aides

Expected growth: 33.7 percent

· Physical therapist assistants

Expected growth: 32.6 percent

· Medical and health services managers

Expected growth: 31.5 percent

· Physician assistants

Expected growth: 31.3 percent

· Information security analysts

Expected growth: 31.2 percent

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9 hours ago, ventana said:

 

· Physician assistants

Expected growth: 31.3 percent

· Information security analysts

Expected growth: 31.2 percent

Oh, look, I can go back to my old profession if this PA thing just isn't working out.

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