10 Best Jobs For 2010
The ever-unstable economy has people often questioning into which careers they should enter. Analysts have pretty much established that the best careers are found within the science, medical, and mathematical industries. So, exercise your right-brain, get a little extra training, and check out one of these Best Jobs of 2010.
- Actuary This is the person who looks at statistics to determine the likelihood of accident, death, theft, and sickness. Think of Ben Stiller in "Along Came Polly".
- Software Engineer This person is responsible for researching, designing, and creating different software and hardware systems for companies to use. Their focus is in medical, science, and industrial areas.
- Computer Systems Analyst This person is responsible for determining which systems work best for a given company. They are often used by businesses and scientific institutions.
- Biologist This person studies the relationship of plants and animals to their environment. Related studies can help find safe drinking water, healthy foods, and of course the hot topic of potential global warming.
- Historian The historian focuses on events that transpired at a certain point in history, or within a particular topic area. They can also record contemporary events, thus adding to the history that will be studied tomorrow. They are quite useful at analyzing current events and advising on potential mistakes and past successes.
- Mathematician Remember all of those years of asking how those math classes were ever going to be useful in the real world? Those who stuck with it to become mathematicians now have the sixth best job for 2010. They apply all of those formulas and theories to help businesses solve problems.
- Paralegal Assistant Lawyers do not come up with all of those statistics and facts on their own time. Instead, they rely on their paralegal assistants to do research, collect depositions and affidavits, prepare legal documents, and help analyze all of the information to be used in their cases.
- Statistician All of those surveys being done need someone to interpret the results. The statistician can look at the results of surveys, experiments, and studies, to draw logical conclusions.
- Accountant The accountant is the person who helps keep businesses financially savvy. Their busiest season, of course, is during the first 3 1/2 months of the year, when they also help with taxes.
- Dental Hygienist While the thought of breathing in others' halitosis and cleaning the teeth of the general public may not be the most appealing for many, the dental hygienist made it into the top ten best jobs for 2010. Their job is important, as they assist in the diagnosis and therapeutic side of dentistry.
Did your job make the list of top ten jobs for 2010? If so, congratulations! If not, it may be time to start rethinking the future.