Jobs are scarce but the healthcare and computer technology fields are the most fertile right now. This should come as no surprise as the baby-boomer demographic bulge ages.  Couple this with a tremendous growth in medical technology and the job booms in these categories make sense.

Healthcare needs nurses, but there are many other job opportunities as well. These include biomedical engineers, home health aides, medical assistants and medical record technologists. Information Technology is similar diverse. CareerCast.com sees openings for computer software engineers, management analysts, network systems and data communications analysts and customer service reps.

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