So you want to be self-employed? Sounds great – controlling your own schedule, driving your own mission or purpose, and building your own business. But does that mean you’ll be living the American Dream, or running on the gig-economy hamster wheel?
We’ll always need educators, and with massive progress in educational technology schools are becoming better equipped than ever before. It’s a great time to consider a new job in education, with a large segment of the education workforce approaching retirement and more positions open to new talent who will step into roles already empowered by new technologies.
Transformation: the buzzword you see everywhere. As technology becomes embedded in everything we do, it is imperative for industries to keep up. This is creating a veritable new world of employment and learning opportunities for jobseekers. For those currently working in or seeking to transition to jobs in the professional services realm, this is great news: this industry is one of the fastest to adapt to technological transformation.
If you’ve ever thought about finding a career in a field with a more hands-on approach, you’re in luck. Construction is one of the fastest growing-industries in 2019, slated as one of the best industries for employment today with a current strength of 161 million jobs and an expected growth of 5.2% by 2028.
Looking for a job in healthcare? Smart choice. Healthcare is a consistently strong hiring space boasting over 50,000 job openings in July 2019 alone, and there are no signs of it slowing down.