What is a promising job in the United States?
- coolLv 62 months ago
Ignore healthcare, that is one of the most emotionally devastating careers to have.
In order for a job to be promising, there has to be a barrier of some sort which prevents the field from being flooded.
It also has to be in demand from all sectors of the economy: the government, the household sector, domestic business and the foreign market.
I think robotics repair seems to satisfy these requirements. Not many people are interested in it, because it doesn't have the media glamour of law, finance etc.
It's an interesting job with a high level of demand from the government, business and foreign sector.
To qualify all you need is a two year associates degree. Some of those classes are paid for by the government, which is unusual in this day and age.
The job pays $25 an hour (a good salary by any measure) and involves some labour but mostly programming.
Think of it as an interesting mix between blue and white collar work. See the link below for more details.
- 2 months ago
The medical field
- LaurieLv 72 months ago
It depends on your area of expertise/field of study.
- RichardLv 62 months ago
Working in a funeral home. healthcare.
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- fcas80Lv 72 months ago
Data science. https://www.datasciencedegreeprograms.net/faq/job-...
- 2 months ago
Right Now anything in health care, and mortuary science
- ibu guruLv 72 months ago
Ultimately, none. With massive technological change making so many jobs - even entire occupations - obsolete, practically any job at all can vanish: become technologically obsolete, get outsourced overseas to cheap labor, or taken over by cheap foreign workers on temporary employment visas. Even for highly educated & skilled workers (such as H1-b), they must expect that job to be temporary & they will have to return to their own country within no more than 6 years. Many, in fact, don't even last through their first 3-year visa - visa not renewed or job eliminated or no longer eligible as there is no shortage of Americans (so no more certification).
- StanleyLv 62 months ago
Lawn care. You'll always have a job.
- NancyLv 72 months ago
Right now? Grocery delivery.
- Anonymous2 months ago
There aren’t any. Promising jobs get outsourced eventually.