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Industries Rising and Growing in 2013

29 January 2013 Written by: Amanda Green No Comment

In order to start a fruitful career this year, you need to ensure that you choose an industry that is going to grow in the coming years. And since there are many different industries, this choice can get difficult. In the following article we look into a few industries that are going to experience real growth in 2013 and will continue to rise in the future…

Organic Food Industry

The organic food/beverages sector is experiencing unparalleled growth and is expected to represent more than ten percent of the food industry in the year 2013. This in a way represents about $28 billion in sales in the U.S.

As organic food/beverages become more and more mainstream, the requirement for organic food producers, scientists, certification experts and retailers will grow at a higher level. This just goes on to show that starting a career in this industry will only prove to be a plus in the long run.

Computational Biology Industry

There is a growing demand for professionals who have the ability, the education, and the finesse to combine computer science, math and biology in order to understand or study specific research data in large quantities.

Computational biology is a career field that involves the development and usage of tools that allow “semi-automatic” analysis of large datasets like the ones acquired in high throughput sequencing studies. The outcome of this particular work can lead to useful data that will help in driving the customization of medicines for patients individually. This industry is expected to grow by leaps and bounds in 2013 and a career in it will be rewarding for years to come.

Health Care Industry

The baby boomer’s are getting older, which is why health care jobs are in higher demand today. Not only that, because of the “Affordable Care Act”, the health care system will be adding 35 million more people.

There is not only a growing need for primary care physicians and surgeons, but also for medical professionals with less training that is easier to obtain. Right from home health aides to support staff for doctor’s office, there is a heavy requirement for medical professionals. So if you’re considering a career in health services, now’s the right time for it.

Auto/Trucking Industry

This is one sector that is finally showing signs of growth after the government bailed it out from the mess it got itself into after the recession. Manufacturers and as well as dealers are actively looking out for highly skilled talent to hire.

According to some predictions, the auto industry will have to train and hire in excess of 100,000 new people with the needed skills and technical know-how to keep the cars running on the American roads. Also, the car dealerships will be needing more salespeople/staff to keep up with the industry’s growth. In short, this is an industry that will continue to grow and starting a career in it is definitely worthwhile.

The industries that we discussed above are creating jobs that will be in demand for a long time to come. So if you are serious about creating a rewarding career, it’s worth considering them.

Amanda Green is a freelance writer who writes on numerour topics across the web. She is a student by day and a blogger by trade. Her main writing interested include finance, business, education, and career, although she has been known to mix in random topics so she doesn't get bored.

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