Telecommuting and flex-time privileges might have made the world of work more comfortable, but they’ve also made the lines between our work life and the rest of our life less visible. This isn’t an open letter of complaint, however. The truth is that we’re a society that lives, and loves, to work.
So it’s important to be a society that loves the work it does.
Each year, U.S. News compiles a list of the Best Careers based on the Labor Department’s employment projections. And this year, we continue to base our picks for the Best Jobs of 2012 on professions that should hire abundantly over the next several years. To better help you make a smart career choice, we’ve also started ranking our selections.
Jobs from quick-to-hire industries made our list: business, creative services, healthcare, science & technology, and social services.
John Challenger, CEO of the outplacement company Challenger, Gray & Christmas predicts many of these sectors will overlap, with one industry standing the tallest.