As a resource to all current and prospective students, Allied Schools, Inc. has developed this blog to provide relevant information to students, job-seekers and professionals alike. Use this blog as your "career guide," turning to Allied Schools for industry updates, career trends, and job search advice. We thank you for visiting!
Career Guidance: Industries at a Glance
Be informed! It is important to do some research before you change jobs or embark on a new career. You don't want to choose a field that is shrinking, or pick a job that will be obsolete in a year. You need to plan ahead to ensure that you make an informed decision.
Choosing a career is one of the most important decisions that you will face. It affects almost every aspect of your life – financial, professional and even personal. So before you pick up the classifieds or search for job leads on the Internet, do your homework.
Consider -- Is there positive growth in the industry? Will there be opportunities in your field five years from now. Do you need formal training?
Take a look at some of the top-performing industries:
Medical - The medical industry is projected to have the strongest employment growth of any industry within the next decade. Continued advances in technology, as well as a growing population, will spur this growth and create opportunities for well-trained individuals. There will also be more opportunities to record, transcribe and manage data as older individuals require greater numbers of medical tests, treatments, and procedures. The number of group practices, clinics, and other health care facilities will increase at a steady rate.
Allied's Medical Programs
- Medical Billing School
- Medical Coding Courses
- Medical Transcription
- Medical Terminology
- Medical Administrative Assistant
- Dental Office Assistant
Business - The business industry is projected to have stable growth over the next decade as it continues to expand and provide additional employment needs. Opportunities will be greatest for well-rounded individuals that possess knowledge of computer software applications and office machinery, and demonstrate solid communication skills. Employers will seek individuals that have the ability to perform multiple tasks. There will be an ample amount of full- and part-time jobs as well as temporary positions.
Allied's Business / Professional Programs
- California Contractor
- Private Investigator
- Hotel Restaurant Management
- Computer System
- Property Management
- Administrative Assistant
- Microsoft Office Professional
- Financial Accounting
- Enterpreneurship and Small Business Management
- Professional Quickbooks
Real Estate - The real estate industry is projected to experience an increase in employment opportunities over the next decade as a growing population has a greater housing need. With a robust economy, individuals will be more likely to buy a new house, or invest money into a secondary residence. There will be a greater need for agents and brokers if low interest rates continue to spur market activity. Flexible work hours and high earnings potential will draw more people into this profession.
Allied's Real Estate Programs
- Real Estate
- Real Estate Broker
- Home Inspection
Information on career outlooks, wage data, industry forecasts and employment rates is readily available through the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
All of the programs offered by Allied Schools are within industries that have a positive career outlook. What does this mean for you? By enrolling in Allied, you get the skills and training to work in growing and profitable fields. Make the right choice!
Labels: Business Career, Career Builder, Medical Career, Real Estate Career
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