Great job opportunities are out there for the mathematically, scientifically, artistically and mechanically inclined. It’s just a matter of knowing where to look.
Information technology and engineering offer the most promising career paths in the Alabama employment landscape, according to the 2014 CareerCast Jobs Rated report.
To make room for the new, the old sometimes has to go. The job landscape is bustling with new opportunities in the information technology sector, but the proliferation of these distinctly 21st century jobs comes at the expense of other industries.
High pay and plentiful openings await job hunters looking to land one of our 2014 Jobs Rated report’s most overrated jobs. But these overrated jobs hold unique challenges that require special sacrifices and perseverance.
High-paying, high-outlook jobs in a variety of industries highlight the CareerCast.com Best Jobs for Women in 2014.
For those seeking work in the logging industry or in traditional newspaper reporting, the numbers are not in your favor.
Great careers in strong, fast-growing industries are available even if you don't have a Bachelor’s degree.
Jobs that require you to face unpredictable conditions, immediate dangers and high-stakes situations rank among the most stressful of 2014. These are careers that require a unique kind of mettle, but only if you're bold enough to pursue them.