Sources that offer information about jobs that are in high demand include career websites such as CareerOneStop.com and iseekjobs.org. Online media sources sometimes report on high-demand jobs, and these reports typically include career fields with high growth potential. CNBC and Forbes are two such media outlets that provide job outlook information. Some community colleges offer training for certain types of high demand jobs, and you can inquire about career training courses at local educational institutions.Continue Reading
The U.S. Department of Labor sponsors CareerOneStop, which is an excellent resource for finding the fastest-growing job occupations. Visit its What's Hot page, and use its search tools to find the highest-demand careers in each state. Search tools reveal how many of these jobs are available in a given state, job turnover rates and level of education required to qualify for specific job types. CareerOneStop is also a good place to find out about current employment trends, including earnings potential.
The Occupations in Demand page at ISEEK is an example of a state career site that provides listings of current job positions in high demand. Residents of Minnesota can narrow their job search by region. Check state government, college and university websites for similar career resources.Learn more about Careers