PR is a Top Job

According to Fast Company, Public Relations is a Top Job for 2006:

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In the end, we arrived at the list you see below. The outlook for each of these occupations should be bright. And more generally, as demographic trends progress, prospects for skilled and educated workers should only improve, notes Dr. Kevin Stolarick, an assistant professor at the Information Systems Program at Carnegie Mellon University and an expert on the Creative Class. As baby boomers enter retirement starting this year, for example, employers may be hard pressed to fill their positions; for every two people leaving the workforce, only one new person is entering, Stolarick says. “You can’t spontaneously create a 21-year college graduate out of thin air, South Korean cloning notwithstanding,” he says.

All of which means that your dream job may be closer than ever. We can’t promise that you’ll find it here, but this list should be a good place to start.

Top Jobs 2006 List

  • Lawyer
  • Personal financial advisor
  • Sales manager
  • Management analyst
  • Computer and information systems manager
  • Financial manager
  • Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agent
  • Marketing manager
  • Computer software engineer
  • Chiropractor
  • Postsecondary education administrator
  • Medical scientist
  • Market research analyst
  • Dentist
  • Medical and health services manager
  • Producers and directors
  • Financial analyst
  • Wholesale and manufacturing sales representative
  • Engineering manager
  • Advertising and promotions manager
  • Compensation and benefits manager
  • Clinical, counseling, and school psychologist
  • Real estate sales agent
  • Training and development manager
  • Public relations manager

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