CareerToolkit.com is out to try and help job seekers make the best decisions when it comes to employment, and has just come out with their list of the Top 100 Careers for 2017.
The site determined their rankings based on things like salary, salary potential, job outlook, employment numbers, changes in employment, and the typical education required to start the career. By the way - Of the Top Ten careers, seven required only a Bachelor’s degree to nab the job.
Top Ten Overall Careersclick here for the complete list
- Personal Financial Advisor
- Computer and IT Manager
- Software Developer
- Management Analyst
- Financial Manager
- Computer System Analysts
- Nurse Practitioner
- Medical and Health Services Manager
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