When kids were asked of what do they want when they grow up usually you will hear from them they liked being a Doctor, a Lawyer, an Astronaut or maybe the President of a country. These careers are a surefire to become successful in life. But times has changed, entering these kind of profession might be a successful move but the competition is really high and chances of becoming happy and rich has become lower.
If there are careers that is loosing on its demand, there are also new jobs that didn't exist 10 years ago. This may not be your "dream job" but a lot of people are shifting from their common job to the "new job" because of its high demand, and high income opportunity.
I have met some of the people who has jobs that are included on the list, and most of them (not all) quit their past careers and move to the new one.
I haven't dream of becoming any of these jobs, in fact I want to be a commercial plane pilot but sad to say going to aeronautics school is really expensive. So here are my lists of In demand careers that didn't exist 10 years ago with a short description .
Note: Some of these jobs has a specialized degree , needed to become one of them
1. Blogger- Research and write blog content for news websites, public and private corporations, government offices, and many other organizations with blogs.
2. Content managers- Develop strategies for creating, updating, and organizing Web content, typically with the goal of attracting new visitors.
3. Online political campaign managers- Develop and manage strategies for using Internet and social technologies to help politicians get elected.
4. Video journalists- Design and produce online videos that document information, news, and events.
1. Business continuity specialists- Plan and implement recovery solutions to keep businesses functioning during disasters and emergency situations.
2. Electronic commerce specialists- Analyze online buyers' preferences and handle online sales strategies, including marketing, advertising, and website design.
3. Social media managers/strategists- Use social technologies like Facebook to reach out to customers, and they build social networks within companies.
4. Virtual concierges- Provide professional concierge services--for business or personal needs--with the convenience of being just an email away.
5. User experience analysts- Collect data on website usage and provide insight about users' experiences by using psychological, computer-science, and industrial-design knowledge to test theories and draw conclusions.
1. Athletic compliance coordinators- Ensure that athletic programs receiving government funding meet government regulations.
2. Adaptive physical education specialists- Help people with disabilities participate in physical education programs and activities.
3. Distance learning coordinators- Schedule courses and coordinate distance learning programs.
4. Home-school liaisons- Establish and manage partnerships between parents and schools.
5. School diagnosticians- Assess and diagnose the learning problems of students.
EnvironmentDepending on your interest, you can enter any of these careers if you have a degree in environmental science.
1. Carbon credit traders- Handle the purchase and sale of carbon-emissions permits for companies.
2. Environmental economists- Measure the benefits and potential drawbacks of renewable energy and other environmental alternatives.
3. Environmental restoration planners- Work with scientific staff to implement plans that reverse environmental damage.
4. Green marketers- Promote green products and services.
5. Recycling coordinators- Administer drop-off and curbside recycling programs with government and waste-disposal agencies.
EnergyRequirements for this job requires a bachelor degree or masters degree on engineering and business.
1. Biofuels/biodiesel product development managers- Plan and execute research programs that evaluate alternative biofuels/biodiesel technologies.
2. Biomass plant technicians- Monitor biomass plant activities (biomass is biological matter that can be turned into a renewable energy source).
3. Energy auditors- Inspect buildings and systems to maximize energy efficiency and cut energy costs.
4. Energy brokers- Buy and sell energy for customers.
5. Fuel cell engineers- Design and build fuel cell systems for all types of devices, including cars and phones.
6. Methane/landfill gas collection system operators- Run the day-to-day business of landfill gas projects, including compliance and reporting requirements.
There you go! These are the jobs that most people 10 years ago haven't heard.
Are you one of them?
If so, kindly share your experience on one of these jobs.