4. Registered Nurse
The shortage of qualified Registered Nurses was front-and-center during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. In the wake of the pandemic, hospitals and doctors offices remain on the lookout for Registered Nurses.
A Registered Nurse requires more schooling than entry-level nursing positions, and has a higher standard of responsibility. Because of the shortage in the field during the pandemic, some employers lowered the educational threshold to no longer require a postgraduate degree. That means a Bachelor's degree in Nursing, Biology/Anatomy or other life-science disciplines may be sufficient depending on your state and career path.