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  • Written by Diana Smith

When choosing their career, a lot of people focus exclusively on the paycheck; however, this is definitely not all that matters. Whether or not a profession is in-demand will certainly affect the salary but there are many other benefits to choosing an in-demand occupation. For instance, due to the shortage of specialists, you get the privilege of having more leverage within the industry. The stress level that you have to endure due to the instability of the job market is lower and you don’t have to put up with the hostile work environment, seeing as how you can find another employment on a moment’s notice. So, here are five occupations that will provide you with all these benefits.

Physical therapist

Those looking towards the medical industry needn’t look further than the job of a physical therapist. Namely, the majority of entries on this list have already been on a steady increase in demand in 2019 and the job of a physical therapist is a great example of this. The best thing about this occupation is the fact that, other than being in great demand and paying well, it also allows you to help others, which is a selling point to a lot of people.

Video marketer

Digital marketing has been on a steady and uninterrupted increase in demand for a while now and one of the fields that you can specialize in is that of video marketing. You see, as much as 80 percent of all online content is consumed via a video format and about 500 million hours of video are watched on Facebook every single day. In other words, there’s more than enough work out there. One more thing worth mentioning is the fact that, like with any other form of digital marketing, there’s an option of working from home, that’s not to be dismissed.

Teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL)

One more thing you need to keep in mind is the fact that there’s an ever-growing demand for English language teachers all over the globe. We’re not just speaking about the traditional format of education but the online courses as well. This is especially true in the far east, which is why there are so many agencies specializing in English language online courses. Still, in order to teach, you need to have more than a satisfactory level of proficiency. What you need is a suitable certification, which is why finding a prestigious course like Monkey Tree TEFL might be the best course of action.

Social media marketer

Previously, we’ve mentioned a growing demand in the field of digital marketing, which is why we return to this industry once again. The fact that virtually every person in 2020 has a plethora of personal social media profiles makes one overconfident that they can do the same for their business. The problem, nonetheless, is that the stakes are a lot higher and that every missed opportunity or ineffective method has its consequences (and cost). In order to avoid this problem, the majority of enterprises out there prefer to hire a social media marketer.

Commercial drone pilot

Finally, we need to address one of the industries that are completely new, which is that of the commercial drone pilots. In fact, the entire drone industry has seen unprecedented growth in the previous several years. For instance, by the end of 2019, there were more drones sold than between 31st December 2017 and the beginning of time. Therefore, it is expected that in 2020, there will be a demand for as many as 300,000 new commercial drone pilots.

The list goes on and on, which gives you an opportunity to pick something that’s closely related to your own preferences and your own personal aptitude. Sure, pursuing your passion is important but steady employment and an opportunity for professional growth are just as relevant. Fortunately, with any of the above-listed professions, you can have your cake and eat it too.



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