Career Builder has released its list of the top ten jobs for next year. They took stats from a bunch of state and federal reports, and looked for jobs that'll be in high demand AND pay well.
--All of them require at least a bachelor's degree, and they're all fairly tech-related. Here's what they found.
#10.) Industrial Engineer. Over 12,000 new jobs have been added since 2010.
#9.) Mechanical Engineer. Almost 14,000 of them have been hired in the past two years.
#8.) Information Security Analysts, Web Developers, and Computer Network Architects. Almost 16,000 jobs have been added in the past two years.
#7.) Sales Reps for Technical and Manufacturing Companies. Over 17,000 more jobs have opened up since 2010, which accounts for about a 4% increase in total salespeople.
#6.) Network and Computer Systems Administrators. That means your I.T. guy. Almost 19,000 new jobs have opened up, which equals about a 5% increase in the industry.
#5.) Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Specialists. Just under 23,000 new jobs have been created.
#4.) Computer Systems Analyst. They're basically the people who SET UP a company's computer system. 27,000 jobs have opened up since 2010.
#3.) Jobs in Marketing. Specifically marketing specialists and market research analysts. Over 31,000 jobs have been added.
#2.) Accountants and Auditors. 37,000 new jobs have been created.
#1.) And this One Wins Out BY FAR . . . Software Developers. Just under 71,000 of them have been hired since 2010, or about a 7% growth in the industry.