No one can tell you the future of the job market. But by looking at past trends and seeing how our economy grows or declines, we can get pretty dog gone close. Over the last few years there has been several sectors of the economy that keeps growing and adding jobs. And from the looks of things, this will continue to grow in 2012 and beyond. If you’re looking for some career advice on where to get training to take advantage of the growth in these job sectors, then keep reading, we may have some good news for you! Below are our best jobs for 2012 picks according to the data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and we’ll share some comments on what it takes to land one!
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If you want to become a pharmacy technician, you need to know where to start. There are many steps involved to become a a pharmacy tech and you should know a little bit about these to make sure this is the right career path for you.
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What Does It Take To Become A Massage Therapist?
Massage therapists use their hands to manipulate the body’s soft tissue muscles. Massage therapists may use their skills to treat painful ailments, decompress tired muscles, reduce stress, rehabilitate athletes who have suffered from injuries, and to promote overall health.
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What is a Paralegal?
A paralegal is a lawyer’s assistant. A paralegal therefore provides services to a lawyer’s clients. However, a paralegal is unable to offer legal advice and, more often than not, will provide services to clients indirectly.
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How to become a dental hygienist
Learning how to become a Dental Hygienist can lead to a profitable and rewarding career!
A dental hygienist is trained to carry out a range of simple dental jobs to assist the dentist. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of job opportunities for dental hygienists is expected to grow by as much as 36% in the next two decades. Learning how to become a dental hygienist is a relatively simple process and it is very lucrative for a talented candidate. The exact requirements to become a dental hygienist are as follows.
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