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IN FRATERNAM MEAM
Friday, February 15, 2008
HOT CAREERS FOR THE NEXT TEN (10) YEARS
20 FASTEST-GROWING PROFESSIONAL JOBS
To come up with thislist, we took BLS projections from 2002 to 2012, then eliminated blue-colar and relavitely uncomon jobs*. Here are the 20 jobs likely to see an increase of better than 20percent.

Environmental engineers ..... 54.3%
Network systems and datacom analysts ..... 41.9%
Personal financial advisors ..... 36.3%
Database administratos ..... 33.1%
Software engineers ..... 27.8%
Emergency management specialists ..... 27.6%
Biomedical engineers ..... 27.8%
PR specialists ..... 27.8%
Computer and infosystems managers ..... 25.6%
Comp, benefits, and job analysts ..... 25.6%
System analysts ..... 24.9%
Network and systems administrators ..... 24.9%
Training and development specialists ..... 22.3%
Medical scientists ..... 22.1%
Marketing and sales managers ..... 21.3%
Computer specialists .....20.8%
Media and communications specialists ..... 20.6%
Counselors, social workers ..... 206%
Lawyers ..... 204%
Pharmacists ..... 202%


* Those jobs that employed fewer than 1,000 or so people nationwide in 2004


(SOURCE:FortuneMag)
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