It seems like we are always going through trends in the US when it comes to labor. The trends are usually in response to some kind of a change in society, such as the internet or industrial revolution.
So, according the the BLS, here is what is hot now.
The 10 Fastest Growing Occupations in the US
1. Industrial-organizational psychologists with a 53% growth.
These people make around $83,580 per year.
2.Personal care aides with a 49% growth.
They make around $19,910 per year.
Ironically, in 2012 the poverty level for a family of four was at $23,050 (total yearly income).
3.Home health aides 48% growth.
They make around $20,820 per year.
4. Insulation workers, mechanical with a 47% growth.
They make around $39,170 per year.
5. Interpreters and translators
$45,430 per year
6. Diagnostic medical sonographers
46% growth making $65,860 per year
7.Helpers–brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters
43% growth, $28,220 per year
8. Occupational therapy assistants
43% growth,$53,240 per year
41% growth,$56,800 per year
10.Physical therapist assistants
41% $52,160 per year
I’m not seeing computer-related occupations, retail sales, or recreation/hospitality jobs. These were mentioned in the recent past.