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The top 10 jobs in demand in 2013

Good jobs are always in demand and trends exist for the top ten best overall jobs, including well paid and also less stressful careers.

Understanding which jobs are most sought after is the first step you need to take when you are researching how to find a good job. By researching trends and understanding the qualifications needed, you will be ahead of your competition in finding out more about the jobs that interest you.

Well paid jobs

Software developers and computer systems analysts are well paid jobs and these roles are very much in demand today as we rely more and more on network solutions in this digital age of business. Software developers, (which includes applications as well as systems software), have experienced a 7% global growth since 2010. As mobile technology and social media become more prolific, these roles are increasing to meet demand all the time.

Accountants and Events Organisers are also popular and are careers that are on an upwards trajectory in terms of employment at the beginning of 2013. Applicants are expected to have Bachelor Degrees in a related field and perhaps be certified within their profession. Events organisers are challenging and varied roles and these types of jobs can be highly rewarding.

Less Stressful Jobs

prof-imageThe least stressful careers at the beginning of 2013 include that of the University Professor. This role is seen as less stressful because of the long breaks in the academic year, particularly during the summer months. Professors may however experience pressure to publish books or articles and they may teach summer schools.

The least stressful careers at the beginning of 2013 include that of the University Professor. This role is seen as less stressful because of the long breaks in the academic year, particularly during the summer months. Professors may however experience pressure to publish books or articles and they may teach summer schools.

Other less stressful careers include seamstresses or tailors, who are highly qualified experts in their field and therefore not answerable to senior management.

Medical records and lab technicians tend to be less stressful because they are performed with minimum supervision as they are jobs that involve precision.

Jewellers and hair stylists are also considered to be less stressful careers by nature.

Customer Services Jobs

These careers involve communicating with customers and exist in a wide range of fields, from travel agents to Universities to banks. These roles are suited to individuals who have good communication skills and enjoy speaking to members of the public. They exist in many insurance companies within call centres, within libraries, tourist boards and theatres.

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Whatever the field of interest, there is a wide choice of customer services jobs available that are worth researching if you think you have the necessary skills.

Whatever your area of expertise or the field that you would most like to discover more about with a view to gaining a job in that sector, research the role first and make sure you have a grasp of knowledge about it and the qualifications and experience you need.

With these tools, you will be prepared and well on your way to understanding how to get a good job, and one that interests you and will give you a high level of job satisfaction.

Image Courtesy: voxxi.com, retailrecruitersireland.blogspot.co.uk

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