10 high paying jobs in the US and UK market for young professionals

Ten high paying jobs in the US and UK market for young professionals - Infographic by Mary Kleim | JLV College Counseling BlogIn this infographic created by AssignmentMasters human resources professionals with years of experience in job market analysis, you will find the list of the TOP10 in-demand professions and needed skills in the US and UK job market. This list will help you to make a decision in your future career and acquire skills needed for your future specialty before you will start to seek the particular position.

Whether you are planning to become a specialist in the medical and nursing field or see yourself in information technology and computer sciences after reviewing this infographic, you will be able to prepare yourself for the future job. Additionally, you will find information about salaries and major responsibilities in the particular area. Of course, salaries provided are average on the market, yet, they will help you to judge if your new job offer is worth your attention or not.

Making the right decision of your future career is an essential part and final step when you are studying in the university or college, and we hope that the information collected and prepared for you will help you to get your dream job after graduation. Just find your field of study and review the information given in the infographic below.

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Ten high paying jobs in the US and UK market for young professionals - Infographic by Mary Kleim | JLV College Counseling Blog

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Mary Kleim is a creative writer and a digital expert. She is working on writing good content for different resources. To have a look on other her writing you can find on her blog.

 

 

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2 Comments on “10 high paying jobs in the US and UK market for young professionals

  1. I was told that you should search for scholarships as early as elementrary school for college. Do you have any information that can help me with that?

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