you can't start getting people educated and having them unemploid for 5 years before they can find work so how do you() explain that to american people). all manufactoring jobs are history becudse we have to build everithing overseas.
the most secure jobs is going to church and waith for jesus to come and help us. in the mean time work part time to save for you castget wich is 5,000 dollar and that is if they hire you. some people even died without one. and the way (poleticians are driving this country it wont be the US) within the nest decade.love you jessyca. chao!
even if graduate from college this day's you wont find a job thanks to our lovebly republicans having this next generation unemploy. so thei'r phamilly will have money for 40 yers to come wile we going broke we building a grate country. thanks love you jassyca.
Hotel sales and catering jobs are plentiful. Each hotel employs 1-10 or more sales and catering people that sell the hotels guestrooms, meeting facilities, services and amenities. I started entry level at 45K plus bonus way back when. Earn up to about 120K plus bonus at peak. Start entry level with online programs at ecornell.com or www.aprinda.comHotels have nice surrounding to work in, offer great perks like food and travel.
It's so irritating for me to know that Nursing is on the top of the list for most on demmand and secured jobs for the upcoming years and yet i have been trying to get into a nursing program for a very long time. All the colleges/universities have waiting lists with up to 3 years wait time, which is absolutely ridiculous. I think a lot of people are going into the Nursing field because of financial reasons and not because they truly want to make a difference, you have to WANT to make a difference and LOVE what you do for a living, not simply because there is a nice paycheck attached to the title.
Sorry but Nursing as been on top makes no sense to me or my wife who have nursing degree from the early 90. Sure there are jobs but the pay has been going down steady and its not like I have not lost my position as a nurse over the last 20 years. I am not saying you can't find a job in nursing but I would not hold my breath and bet the farm that even a BSN will keep you employed as a nurse at a living wage in the next decade and forget two decade I see nursing loosing out in 20 years. Good luck.For me and my wife its been a combination of Medical and Computer degree that has made it possible to work at real pay levels, but the main thing has been working for our selves that is where it really has help us keep above been drowned in taxes and debt.
MOST SUCURE JOB IS FUNERAL HOME,THEY WANT THE MONEY UP FRONT.
The manufacturing jobs which are outsourced are jobs which could be done by robots in the near future. They were outsourced because the cost of switching to the technologically advaced robotics manufacturing process is expensive. If we hadn't lost jobs to cheap labor in other countries, we would have lost a great many of them to machines, which work faster and more accurately than humans. Once the initial purchase and start-up costs are made, the machines are much cheaper to use as well. If we don't improve our education systems in this country, we are going to end up with a nation of ignorant people being supported by very smart machines.
All i know is that licensed plumbers are hard to come by, everyone knows a lawyer,doctor,vet, etc,etc, but I cant keep licensed plumbers at 28.00 per hr,, just a thought..
Accounting sucks, all the jobs are contolled by robert half and employment agencies who never call, and they want specific industry experience with someon who speaks many languages, always the same hands on shirt sleeve seasoned professional roll up your sleeves bull
This article is BS. Pharmacy is oversaturated. Yes, about 5-10 years ago there was a shortage, and then everyone started posting articles like this one and schools doubled seemingly overnight. The number of graduating pharmacists has since doubled since 2003, well exceeding the demand. Add in the failing economy, and many older pharmacists are not retiring, thus making positions even more scarce. Articles like this will only serve to exacerbate the situation.