Top 10 Upcoming, Best-Paying Jobs of the Future

 
on September 02 2011 7:46 AM
  • 10. Personal Financial Advisors
    Total new jobs (2008-2018): 62,800 Pct. increase: 30.1% Median income: $64,750 States with most jobs per capita: New York, Connecticut, Delaware stock.xchng
  • 9. Dental Hygienists
    Total new jobs (2008-2018): 62,900 Pct. increase: 36.1% Median income: $68,250 States with most jobs per capita: Michigan, Idaho, Utah stock.xchng
  • 8. Civil Engineers
    Total new jobs (2008-2018): 67,600 Pct. increase: +24.1% Median income: $77,650 States with most jobs per capita: Alaska, Washington, Colorado stock.xchng
  • 7. Market Research Analysts
    Total new jobs (2008-2018): 70,100 Pct. increase: +28.1% Median income: $60,570 States with most jobs per capita: District of Columbia, Delaware, Massachusetts stock.xchng
  • 6. Computer Systems Analysts
    Total new jobs (2008-2018): 108,100 Pct. increase: +20.3% Median income: $77,740 States with most jobs per capita: Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey stock.xchng
  • 5. Physicians and Surgeons
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  • Software merger and acquisition activity increases
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  • 3. Management Analysts
    Total new jobs (2008-2018): 178,300 Pct. increase: 23.9% Median income: $78,160 States with most jobs per capita: Massachusetts, New York, Georgia stock.xchng
  • 2. Accountants and Auditors
    Total new jobs (2008-2018): 279,400 Pct. increase: 21.6% Median income: $61,690 States with most jobs per capita: District of Columbia, Colorado, Delaware stock.xchng
  • 1. Registered Nurses
    Total new jobs (2008-2018): 581,500 Pct. increase: 22.2% Median income: $64,690 States with most jobs per capita: Rhode Island, South Dakota, Massachusetts REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
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The next ten years will see a major change in the needs of the job market as a generation ages. According to analysts at 24/7 Wall St., healthcare and finance sector jobs will grow the most in the next decade.

The financial news provider has released a list of ten best paying jobs of the future after reviewing Bureau of Labor Statistics’ National Employment Matrix, which provides projected growth between 2008 and 2018 for the Bureau’s 750 major job categories.

Here are the most upcoming jobs on the basis of 24/7 Wall St. analysis that will create positions for new workers in the future and their median income details. Click on Start.

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