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Top Jobs for 2014!

According to Forbes, occupations requiring a bachelor's degrees that have produced the most jobs post-recession include:
  • No. 1 Software Developers (Applications and Systems Software)

  • 70,872 jobs added since 2010, 7% growth

  • No. 2 Accountants and Auditors

  • 37,123 jobs added since 2010, 3% growth

  • No. 3 Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists

  • 31,335 jobs added since 2010, 10% growth

  • No. 4 Computer Systems Analysts

  • 26,937 jobs added since 2010, 5% growth

  • No. 5 Human Resources, Training and Labor Relations Specialists

  • 22,773 jobs added since 2010, 5% growth

  • No. 6 Network and Computer Systems Administrators

  • 18,626 jobs added since 2010, 5% growth

  • No. 7 Sales Representatives (Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific)

  • 17,405 jobs added since 2010, 4% growth

  • No. 8 Information Security Analysts, Web Developers and Computer Network Architects

  • 15,715 jobs added since 2010, 5% growth

  • No. 9 Mechanical Engineers

  • 13,847 jobs added since 2010, 6% growth

  • No. 10 Industrial Engineers

  • 12,269 jobs added since 2010, 6% growth

  • No. 11 Computer Programmers

  • 11,540 jobs added since 2010, 3% growth

  • No. 12 Financial Analysts

  • 10,016 jobs added since 2010, 4% growth

  • No. 13 Public Relations Specialists

  • 8,541 jobs added since 2010, 4% growth

  • No. 14 Logisticians

  • 8,522 jobs added since 2010, 8% growth

  • No. 15 Database Administrators

  • 7,468 jobs added since 2010, 7% growth

  • No. 16 Meeting, Convention and Event Planners

  • 7,072 jobs added since 2010, 10% growth

  • No. 17 Cost Estimators

  • 6,781 jobs added since 2010, 3% growth

  • No. 18 Personal Financial Advisors

  • 5,212 jobs added since 2010, 3% growth
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