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Besides, economic impact of world’s political shift, American economy has transformed itself. The rise of computer has shifted United States economy from an industrial nation to a nation of information and service. This means there will be less jobs in making things and more jobs in marketing and servicing things. Unfortunately American education system has been ill prepared for this inevitable change. In mid to late nineties, thousands of well paying computer jobs went to foreign nationals on temporary work visas. Additionally, domestic workers on a whole will move from being permanently hired employees to contract or temporary employees. As a worker, it will be more important to market yourself, keep a good network of contacts and maintain your technical skills.
Although this news sounds grim, it’s really not. Most of jobs going overseas are in lower salary ranges like customer service and technical support positions. Meanwhile, new “hot jobs” pay very competitively, even for workers who lack employment experience.
If you’re afraid your job may be going overseas, or you want a better paying career with more advancement opportunities, take a look at these hot jobs:
1. IT Security 2. IT Project Management 3. IT Outsource Management 4. IT Database Administrators 5. Health Care - Medical Assistant 6. Health Care – Nursing 7. Health Care – Home Health 8. Health Care – Dental Hygienists 9. Health Care - Medical Coding 10. Health Care – Medical Office Administration
Find out how you can begin education for one of these great careers at www.top-colleges.com.
Max Stein, Salt Lake City, UT, USA http://www.degreesource.com/articles Max Stein is a freelance writer who writes about business, education and marketing. firstname.lastname@example.org www.degreesource.com