by Candice Hardy
You’ve graduated from college, went on your graduation trip, and received your diploma in the mail. What’s next? Most college graduates from the past couple of years are still trying to answer that question.
As the economy has evolved, so has the expectations of employees. Although job coaches will still tell new grads and the unemployed to work around their skills and passions, it doesn’t hurt to know about the occupations which will provide more stability in the future. According to research by the United States Bureau of Statistics and College Board, these are the top ten occupations with the greatest outlook from 2008 to 2018 for those with an undergraduate degree.
Elementary School Teachers
Up until the year 2018, teaching at the elementary level is estimated to have a total of 597,000 job openings. These jobs are continuing to grow in demand as education becomes more vital to the success of the youth.
Accountants and Auditors
If numbers are your thing, this career is right on. Ensuring that a firm is run efficiently, taxes are paid, and public records are accurate is all part of a day’s work for accountants and auditors. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics has estimated 498,000 job openings up until 2018.