2010: Actuary – In a financially unsound economy, the job of an actuary is quite relevant. Someone is needed to make sense of the financial impact of risk and uncertainty.

Average Income: $85,229

Unemployment: 0%

Projected Growth (2020): 27%

2011: Accountant – Despite unsavory portrayals of accountants, they make a pretty good living with quite a bit of job security. As long as people make money, financial record inspection will be a necessity.

Average Income: $65,940

Unemployment: 3.2%

Projected Growth (2022): 11%

2012: Financial Analyst – This career path combines cost-monitoring and presentation skills withstrategic vision.

Average Income: $80,310

Unemployment: 5.7%

Projected Growth (2024): 12%

2013: Brand Manager – Responsible for planning, developing, and overseeing the marketing of a specific product or brand name.

Average Income: $78,000

Unemployment: 3.5%

Projected Growth (2020): 14%

2014: Mathematician – Applies mathematical theories and techniques to solve practical problems in business, engineering, and the sciences.

Average Income: $101,360

Unemployment: 1.2%

Projected Growth (2022): 23%

2015: Market Research Analyst – Studies consumer behavior, then uses those observations to support companies on branding, packaging, and selling products.

Average Income: $60,800

Unemployment: 3%

Growth (2022): 31.6

2016: Statistician – Applies theories and methods to answer practical problems in business, engineering, the sciences, and other fields.

Average Income: $80,110

Unemployment: 4.0%

Growth (2024): 34%

2010: Actuary – In a financially unsound economy, the job of an actuary is quite relevant. Someone is needed to make sense of the financial impact of risk and uncertainty.

Average Income: $85,229

Unemployment: 0%

Projected Growth (2020): 27%

2011: Accountant – Despite unsavory portrayals of accountants, they make a pretty good living with quite a bit of job security. As long as people make money, financial record inspection will be a necessity.

Average Income: $65,940

Unemployment: 3.2%

Projected Growth (2022): 11%

2012: Financial Analyst – This career path combines cost-monitoring and presentation skills withstrategic vision.

Average Income: $80,310

Unemployment: 5.7%

Projected Growth (2024): 12%

2013: Brand Manager –Responsible for planning, developing, and overseeing the marketing of a specific product or brand name.

Average Income: $78,000

Unemployment: 3.5%

Projected Growth (2020): 14%

2014: Mathematician – Applies mathematical theories and techniques to solve practical problems in business, engineering, and the sciences.

Average Income: $101,360

Unemployment: 1.2%

Projected Growth (2022): 23%

2015: Market Research Analyst – Studies consumer behavior, then uses those observations to support companies on branding, packaging, and selling products.

Average Income: $60,800

Unemployment: 3%

Growth (2022): 31.6

2016: Statistician – Applies theories and methods to answer practical problems in business, engineering, the sciences, and other fields.

Average Income: $80,110

Unemployment: 4.0%

Growth (2024): 34%

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2010: Actuary – In a financially unsound economy, the job of an actuary is quite relevant. Someone is needed to make sense of the financial impact of risk and uncertainty.

Average Income: $85,229

Unemployment: 0%

Projected Growth (2020): 27%

2011: Accountant – Despite unsavory portrayals of accountants, they make a pretty good living with quite a bit of job security. As long as people make money, financial record inspection will be a necessity.

Average Income: $65,940

Unemployment: 3.2%

Projected Growth (2022): 11%

2012: Financial Analyst – This career path combines cost-monitoring and presentation skills withstrategic vision.

Average Income: $80,310

Unemployment: 5.7%

Projected Growth (2024): 12%

2013: Brand Manager – Responsible for planning, developing, and overseeing the marketing of a specific product or brand name.

Average Income: $78,000

Unemployment: 3.5%

Projected Growth (2020): 14%

2014: Mathematician – Applies mathematical theories and techniques to solve practical problems in business, engineering, and the sciences.

Average Income: $101,360

Unemployment: 1.2%

Projected Growth (2022): 23%

2015: Market Research Analyst – Studies consumer behavior, then uses those observations to support companies on branding, packaging, and selling products.

Average Income: $60,800

Unemployment: 3%

Growth (2022): 31.6

2016: Statistician – Applies theories and methods to answer practical problems in business, engineering, the sciences, and other fields.

Average Income: $80,110

Unemployment: 4.0%

Growth (2024): 34%

2010: Actuary – In a financially unsound economy, the job of an actuary is quite relevant. Someone is needed to make sense of the financial impact of risk and uncertainty.

Average Income: $85,229

Unemployment: 0%

Projected Growth (2020): 27%

2011: Accountant – Despite unsavory portrayals of accountants, they make a pretty good living with quite a bit of job security. As long as people make money, financial record inspection will be a necessity.

Average Income: $65,940

Unemployment: 3.2%

Projected Growth (2022): 11%

2012: Financial Analyst – This career path combines cost-monitoring and presentation skills withstrategic vision.

Average Income: $80,310

Unemployment: 5.7%

Projected Growth (2024): 12%

2013: Brand Manager –Responsible for planning, developing, and overseeing the marketing of a specific product or brand name.

Average Income: $78,000

Unemployment: 3.5%

Projected Growth (2020): 14%

2014: Mathematician – Applies mathematical theories and techniques to solve practical problems in business, engineering, and the sciences.

Average Income: $101,360

Unemployment: 1.2%

Projected Growth (2022): 23%

2015: Market Research Analyst – Studies consumer behavior, then uses those observations to support companies on branding, packaging, and selling products.

Average Income: $60,800

Unemployment: 3%

Growth (2022): 31.6

2016: Statistician – Applies theories and methods to answer practical problems in business, engineering, the sciences, and other fields.

Average Income: $80,110

Unemployment: 4.0%

Growth (2024): 34%

Get a personal consultation.

By entering your phone number and clicking the “Get Started” button, you provide your electronic signature and consent for Community Tax LLC or its service providers to contact you with information and offers at the phone number provided using an automated system, pre-recorded messages, and/or text messages. Consent is not required as a condition of purchase. Message and data rates may apply.