• Wed, Dec 26 2012

Top Jobs For 2013

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Whether you’re currently out of work and searching or just looking to make a career change, finding a job is certain to  top your list of New Year’s resolutions for 2013.

To help send you off in the right direction, CareerBuilder and Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) have released the best bachelor degree positions for 2013. This list is based on occupations with the most employment added since 2010 and uses the rich labor database of EMSI to pull from more than 90 national and state employment resources, as well as information on employees and self-employed workers.

Matt Ferguson, CEO of CareerBuilder stated that, in 2013, the U.S. is likely to follow the job growth patterns of the last few years. He also added it isn’t surprising that technology and engineering occupations comprise six of the top 10 positions of the list, but that there would also be opportunities in production-related fields, marketing, and healthcare.

The follow occupations requiring a bachelors degree have produced the most jobs post-recession:

1. Software Developers (Applications and Systems Software): 70,872 added since 2010, 7% growth
2. Accountants and Auditors: 37,123 added since 2010, 3% growth
3. Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists: 31,335 added since 2010, 10% growth
4. Computer Systems Analysts: 26,937 jobs added since 2010, 5% growth
5. Human Resources, Training and Labor Relations Specialists: 22,773 jobs added since 2010, 5% growth
6. Network and Computer Systems Administrators: 18,626 jobs added since 2010,  5% growth
7. Sales Representatives (Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific): 17,405 jobs added since 2010, 4% growth
8. Information Security Analysts, Web Developers and Computer Network Architects: 15,715 jobs added since 2010, 5% growth
9. Mechanical Engineers: 13,847 jobs added since 2010, 6% growth

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