Earnmycollegedegree.com has released an article naming the best jobs of 2012 and the degrees required to get them.
August 22, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Earnmycollegedegree.com has released an article naming the best jobs of 2012 and the degrees required to get them.
The article focuses on the best jobs based on employment stability, wages, and growth. There are ten jobs total. This article is really helpful to students who aren't really sure what they want to do.
"The article shows students what their prospective jobs could be and how to get there" remarked EMCD's owner and founder Darren Rosenlund.
Rosenlund built the company from scratch with one main goal in mind.
"I just want to help people accomplish their goals and education is at the foundation of that" he replied.
The website itself has many articles based on how to succeed in college, how to choose the right degree for you, and which degrees get you which jobs.
The article that has been released about the best jobs of 2012 really puts things into perspective for students. Students can see how the job market is and plan accordingly.
The top ten best jobs are:
1. Software Developer
2. Physical Therapist
3. Financial Advisor
4. Civil Engineers
5. Marketing Specialist
6. Management Consultant
7. Information Technology Consultant
8. Database Administrators
9. Financial Analyst
10. Environmental Engineer
Check out earnmycollegedegree.com for more information about the top ten best jobs and information about getting back to school. Check out earnmycollegedegree.com for more information about the top ten best jobs and information about getting back to school. When students realize the prospective jobs out there they can make realistic goals to help them find jobs after college.
The website tries to provide consistent helpful information for students to help them accomplish their goals and better prepare them for the future.
The website offers information about college degrees that you can earn online. You can search for your degree and find schools that offer that degree. Under the direction of it's founder EMCD strives to be a helpful source of information for students everywhere.