America's Top 101 Jobs For College Graduates: Detailed by Michael Farr

By Michael Farr

Establish and discover best careers requiring a four-year university measure or extra, plus get confirmed activity seek advice—all in a single source! This absolutely up-to-date version positive aspects thorough, present, and fascinating descriptions for over a hundred significant jobs in handy alphabetical order inside of 5 measure degrees. It comprises jobs in quite a lot of industries, so that you can placed your measure to paintings in a box of curiosity. Plus, a distinct book-within-a-book part describes the seven steps that reduce task seek time in part. It contains resumes through expert resume writers for jobs defined within the ebook. in a single time-saving quantity, activity seekers and scholars locate every little thing they should study particular careers; know about pay, outlook, schooling, and abilities wanted; and take seven steps to land a superb activity in much less time.

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The minimum educational requirement for epidemiology is a master’s degree from a school of public health. D. or medical degree, depending on the work performed. Epidemiologists who work in hospitals and healthcare centers often must have a medical degree with specific training in infectious diseases. Currently, 134 infectious disease training programs exist in 42 states. Some employees in research epidemiology positions are required to be licensed physicians, as they are required to administer drugs in clinical trials.

Optometrists usually remain in practice until they retire, so relatively few job openings arise from the need to replace those who leave the occupation. 35,520 Optometrists, also known as doctors of optometry, or ODs, provide most primary vision care. They examine people’s eyes to diagnose vision problems and eye diseases, and they test patients’ visual acuity, depth and color perception, and ability to focus and coordinate the eyes. Optometrists prescribe eye- Median annual earnings of epidemiologists were $53,840 in 2002.

And medical degrees. Job Outlook Employment of medical scientists is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through 2012. Despite projected rapid job growth for medical scientists, doctoral degree holders can expect to face considerable competition for basic research positions. The federal government funds much basic research and development, including many areas of medical research. Recent budget increases at the National Institutes of Health have led to large increases in federal basic research and development expenditures, with the number of grants awarded to researchers growing in number and dollar amount.

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