What are the best jobs of 2016?

What are the best jobs of 2016?

According to CareerBuilder and Economic Modeling Specialists Intl, some of the best jobs of 2016 include:

  • Marketing Executive
  • Software Developer (Applications)
  • Registered Nurse
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Network and Computer System Administrator
  • Web Developer
  • Medical and Health Services Manager
  • Physical Therapist

Factors that make these some of the best jobs in 2016 include:

Salary, work-life balance, stress, environment and expected employment growth.

According to a Jobs Rated Report, these are the best jobs of 2016:

  • Actuary
  • Audiologist
  • Mathematician
  • Statistician
  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Data Scientist
  • Dental hygienist
  • Software Engineer
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Computer Systems Analyst

Big Data Analytics careers are becoming more lucrative as predictive models can be applied to predict consumer behaviour, which is popular for sales, marketing, technology etc.

Markets are becoming more consumer-driven, so more industries want to be able to predict the behaviour of their target markets and understand what drives some of their decision-making.

In the South African market, some of the best jobs include:

Software Engineers, who manage the design and development and maintenance of software programs. With the rise in the popularity of applications, it can be expected that this job will have more demand in years to come. Software Engineers earn up to R1.2 million per annum.

Pilots, with salaries of up to R695 800 per annum.

Lawyers, who have starting salaries of R643 440 and R655 000 per annum.

IT Managers monitor operational requirements, research strategies and technology solutions. As an IT Manager, you can expect to earn R620 230 per year.

Specialist Doctors are in high demand all over the world. Within the field, Neurosurgeons are often at the higher end of the spectrum. Specialist doctors earn R476 000 to R616 000 per year.

Becoming a Petroleum Engineer requires a lot of intelligence and training. These individuals earn up to R572 600 per annum.



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