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Follow One of these Career Paths to Earn More in the Future

Follow One of these Career Paths to Earn More in the Future

Are you interested in following a different career path in the future? Are you making this move to earn more money? If you find yourself in this position, there are a variety of opportunities to consider.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal recently published its list of the 10 top jobs of 2016, complete with pay and growth rate data.

While you have the right to follow any career path you choose, these 10 are among the best:

1. Software Developer, Applications

2014 Median Annual Pay: $95,510

Predicted Growth 2012-2022: 22 percent

2. Registered Nurse

2014 Median Annual Pay: $66,640

Predicted Growth 2012-2022: 19 percent

3. Public Relations Specialist

2014 Median Annual Pay: $55,680

Predicted Growth 2012-2022: 12 percent

4. IT Manager

2014 Median Annual Pay: $127,640

Predicted Growth 2012-2022: 15 percent

5. Healthcare Administrator

2014 Median Annual Pay: $92,810

Predicted Growth 2012-2022: 23 percent

6. Web Developer

2014 Median Annual Pay: $63,490

Predicted Growth 2012-2022: 20 percent

7. Market Research Analyst

2014 Median Annual Pay: $61,290

Predicted Growth 2012-2022: 32 percent

8. Elementary School Teacher

2014 Median Annual Pay: $54,120

Predicted Growth 2012-2022: 12 percent

9. Information Security Analyst

2014 Median Annual Pay: $88,890

Predicted Growth 2012-2022: 37 percent

10. Paralegal

2014 Median Average Annual Pay: $48,350

Predicted Growth 2012-2022: 17 percent

There are two things you will notice about all 10 of these positions:

•    The median average annual pay is higher than many careers.
•    The predicted growth rate between 2012 and 2022 is strong.

If a career change is in the cards, consider one of these 10 paths. The pay is good and the growth is strong. What more could you want?

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Comments 1

Frank on Thursday, 14 January 2016 10:48

A career that provides the lifestyle you want is important. You also have to enjoy what you do everyday. My view is you need to find the right balance of pay and enjoying what you everyday. It is a hard balance to find, but when you find it, it is incredible.

A career that provides the lifestyle you want is important. You also have to enjoy what you do everyday. My view is you need to find the right balance of pay and enjoying what you everyday. It is a hard balance to find, but when you find it, it is incredible.
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