Thriving Industries You Should Consider For A New Career

Certain industries are thriving at the moment, and so they’re the perfect places to look for a new job. Maybe you want to try something completely new and different to create change in your life? Perhaps you just need a means of employment to support your family? Either way, it’s wise to contact companies operating within the niches listed below.

Home Health Care Services

Many people in the US need professional care in their homes. During the next ten years, the number of jobs is expected to grow by more than 60%. That means there are plenty of opportunities for people to earn a decent living.

Civil Engineering

As the infographic shows, the civil engineering industry has grown by around 7% during the last few years. There are currently more than 274,000 different positions available in that field. You’re going to need some qualifications or experience, but it’s an excellent place to focus your efforts.

Silicon Production

We are living in the digital age, and silicon has become a valuable material for our computers. It’s also used in cosmetic surgery, although the type of silicon used will vary. Finding a job in that industry could mean you are set for life.

Whatever you decide, make sure you don’t overlook those industries in 2016. They are all growing at exponential rates, and so finding work isn’t challenging. You just have to network with the right people and forward your CV to the most respected companies. With a bit of luck, you’ll score a position for which you can feel proud.

This post has been contributed by Ryan Gatt, it may contain affiliate links.

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