Good, Bad, And Ugly: A List Of The Best Future Job Opportunities, And Cities Where You’ll Stay Broke!

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List Of Cities Where Unemployment Is Up, Careers With Job Openings

It's tough to make a dollar out here nowadays. With that said, we thought we'd give you a look at careers that have job opportunities opening up on a regular basis as well as some cities NOT to move to if you are considering relocating. Hit the flipper to check out how you can get ahead and makes some racks on racks. Image via Shutterstock
10. St. George, Utah > Pct. decrease of employed: -5% > Decrease in people employed: -2,799 (34th largest) > June 2009 unemployment rate: 9.9% (145th highest) > June 2012 unemployment rate: 7.6% (148th lowest)
9. Carson City, Nev. > Pct. decrease of employed: -5% > Decrease in people employed: -1,308 (61st largest) > June 2009 unemployment rate: 11.1% (90th highest) > June 2012 unemployment rate: 11.8% (22nd highest)
8. Alexandria, La. > Pct. decrease of employed: -5.2% > Decrease in people employed: -3,420 (27th largest) > June 2009 unemployment rate: 7.5% (77th lowest) > June 2012 unemployment rate: 8.7% (148th highest)
7. Madera-Chowchilla, Calif. > Pct. decrease of employed: -5.5% > Decrease in people employed: -3,204 (29th largest) > June 2009 unemployment rate: 13.5% (tied for 25th highest) > June 2012 unemployment rate: 14.6% (10th highest)
6. Flagstaff, Ariz. > Pct. decrease of employed: -5.6% > Decrease in people employed: -3,936 (22nd largest) > June 2009 unemployment rate: 8.4% (140th lowest) > June 2012 unemployment rate: 8.3% (171st highest)
5. Michigan City-LaPorte, Ind. > Pct. decrease of employed: -5.7% > Decrease in people employed: -2,728 (35th largest) > June 2009 unemployment rate: 12.1% (54th highest) > June 2012 unemployment rate: 9.7% (74th highest)
4. Prescott, Ariz. > Pct. decrease of employed: -5.8% > Decrease in people employed: -5,140 (15th largest) > June 2009 unemployment rate: 10.4% (121st highest) > June 2012 unemployment rate: 8.7% (148th highest)
3. Champaign-Urbana, Ill. > Pct. decrease of employed: -5.8% > Decrease in people employed: -6,241 (13th largest) > June 2009 unemployment rate: 8.7% (160th lowest) > June 2012 unemployment rate: 9.1% (114th highest)
2. Brunswick, Ga, > Pct. decrease of employed: -6.1% > Decrease in people employed: -2,991 (31st largest) > June 2009 unemployment rate: 9.4% (180th lowest) > June 2012 unemployment rate: 10.5% (44th lowest)
1. Dalton, Ga. > Pct. decrease of employed: -8% > Decrease in people employed: -4,446 (19th largest) > June 2009 unemployment rate: 12.7% (43rd highest) > June 2012 unemployment rate: 12.3% (19th highest) Now for a list of the professions where there are numerous job openings on a regular basis.
10. Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health > Future job openings as a pct. of 2010 employment: 65.9% > New openings, 2010 to 2020: 19,500 > Median annual wage: $41,380
9. Insulation Workers > Future job openings as a pct. of 2010 employment: 67.5% > New openings, 2010 to 2020: 34,700 > Median annual wage: $35,110
8. Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists > Future job openings as a pct. of 2010 employment: 67.8% > New openings, 2010 to 2020: 191,800 > Median annual wage: $60,570
7. Natural Science Managers > Future job openings as a pct. of 2010 employment: 68% > New openings, 2010 to 2020: 33,500 > Median annual wage: $116,020
6. Optometrists > Future job openings as a pct. of 2010 employment: 68.4% > New openings, 2010 to 2020: 23,400 > Median annual wage: $94,990
5. Interpreters and Translators > Future job openings as a pct. of 2010 employment: 69% > New openings, 2010 to 2020: 40,300 > Median annual wage: $43,300
4. Pest Control Workers > Future job openings as a pct. of 2010 employment: 70.9% > New openings, 2010 to 2020: 48,500 > Median annual wage: $30,340
3. Statisticians > Future job openings as a pct. of 2010 employment: 74.5% > New openings, 2010 to 2020: 18,700 > Median annual wage: $72,830
2. Glaziers > Future job openings as a pct. of 2010 employment: 79.7% > New openings, 2010 to 2020: 33,400 > Median annual wage: $36,640
1. Actuaries > Future job openings as a pct. of 2010 employment: 87.1% > New openings, 2010 to 2020: 18,900 > Median annual wage: $87,650

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