The United States sets the standard of what will be the careers with the greatest future employment until 2026 and those related to technology and health are the most benefited. Have you thought about any of them for your future?
- The moment to choose the university career is the first step towards your future.
- Although the vocation usually has more weight, it is also necessary to take into account the possible work opportunities.
- The decision is yours, but why not consult the most employable careers in the coming years?
Are you in that moment? Yes, the one in which you have a foot in the university and you must decide what career you are going to study. It is normal that you want to take it easy and inform yourself before making such a decision. And it is that by a lot of vocation that you feel towards a career it can that that is not going to guarantee you a good future labor. We know that it sounds complicated to find a balance between vocation and professional opportunities, but it can be achieved.
Have you ever consulted any of the rankings of careers with a better working future? The Department of Labor of the United States makes one annually in which it lists the 100 jobs with greater demand of employment in the last years and from there it extracts the races with greater projection. To make his last list he has taken the figures as a reference since 2016 and has estimated his projection until 2026.
Yes, we know that we are not talking about the Spanish figures, but the population density of the United States and its economic stability mark a common pattern that can be applied in developed countries. Far from being a surprise, technological careers and health sciences lead this ranking.
Although it is true that markets and technology are advancing with a dizzying speed and data can change this small list can be helpful for you to make your decision.
These are the races with the greatest future:
- Software engineering
- Occupational Therapy
- Optics and Optometry
- Technical architecture
- Business Management
- Informatics Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Speech Therapy
- Civil Engineering