Careers

TheBestSchools.org provides informative articles that explore a wide variety of career options and strategies.

Here are some of our recent career articles, alphabetically arranged:

  • Best-Paying Careers with Only a Bachelor’s Degree: The Top 50Before you get on your way toward a bachelor’s degree, take a look at salaries. Strategically choose your major and avoid later compensation surprises.
  • Business Jobs: The 25 Best Savvy business people are constantly aware of markets; those interested in getting into the business world should be as well. Which area of the business world could give you the best ROI?
  • Careers Working with the Deaf and the Hard of HearingDiscover professions needing people willing and able to work with the deaf and hard of hearing.
  • Careers Working with the Blind, Deaf-Blind, and Visually ImpairedPeople with special needs need talented people to help them reach their potential. Learn about the range of careers working with the visually impaired.
  • Entry-Level Jobs: The 25 BestFind a variety of well-paid careers that allow entry into the profession with a bachelor’s degree or less. If immediate job prospects are a major factor in deciding on a college major, this article is for you.
  • Healthcare Jobs: The 10 Highest-PayingHere is vital information about rewarding, high-paying careers for people without a medical license. Work with caring workers, cutting-edge technology, and patients grateful for their help.
  • Healthcare Careers: Why You Should Consider OneThis thriving industry offers some of the best career opportunities in the U.S. Work with other to improve people’s lives in one of over 80 well-paying healthcare occupations.
  • High-Paying Jobs: The Top 25 in the U.S.More than money matters when considering careers. Here’s our list of high-paying, challenging, and satisfying jobs from a variety of fields that are growing at or above the national average.
  • In-Demand Careers Requiring an Undergraduate Degree: The Top 10Before you get discouraged and think that all the good jobs require graduate degrees, check out this list of careers requiring only undergraduate degrees.
  • IT Jobs: The 20 Best for 2013 and BeyondIT careers are expected to experience substantial growth, but what are the hottest areas to study now? See what IT careers are projected to have the most needs when you graduate.
  • IT Management: What’s the between IT Management Jobs?Several IT careers look the same on the surface, but the details matter. Learn the differences between some of the most popular IT Management careers.
  • Jobs for the Next Decade: The 20 BestIt’s easy to see who’s getting hired today, but you need to think about who will be getting hired when you graduate. Discover the Top 20 Jobs for the next decade.
  • Make Your Job More RewardingSince just 21% of workers report that they find their jobs gratifying, we’ve outlined dozens of ways you can improve your personal work experience. Learn to make the most of what you have.
  • Mathematics: High-Paying, Interesting CareersThere are excellent job opportunities for those with a knack for numbers. Mathematics careers go beyond number-crunching—they are interesting, challenging, and they pay well.
  • MBA Careers: The 10 BestIf you are thinking about going for an MBA, or are wondering what you would do with that degree, you will want to check out this article highlighting 10 attractive options for MBA holders.
  • Nursing Careers: The 10 BestFind nursing specialties that provide better working environments and higher pay than hospital-based nursing careers. Here are 10 of the best-paid and most highly sought-after nursing specialties.
  • Nursing Career Specialties: The Top 20While the demand for nurses remains great, those trained in specialties are often in even higher demand. Which of the top 20 specialties is for you?
  • Physically Disabled: The Best Careers for the Physically DisabledPeople with disabilities now have more opportunities than ever before. This article discusses 10 of careers for people with hearing, vision, or mobility impairments.
  • Sports Careers for Non-Athletes: The Top 10If you love sports but can no longer compete (or never could), it doesn’t mean that you can’t be a part of the game. Find the best careers that make you part of the team.
  • Weight-Loss Careers: The 20 Best Weight-Loss CareersWith one-third of Americans dangerously overweight, a career in weight-loss can be a wise choice for compassionate people desiring to help others live healthy and well.

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