The Business World; a look at employment

Unemployment rates are higher than they have been in a long time. Massive corporations moving out of the US to foreign countries for cheaper labor. Education is becoming available to more and more people and the opportunities for uneducated people are diminishing. The world of business is changing, global economics, holding companies and more and more people join the targeted commercial masses each day. So here are some thoughts on this, accompanied with other information, like best jobs of 2010 and needed skills to keep your cutting edge in our expanding world.

The market is global now, manufacturing in the united states is history and i do not think those jobs will come back until there is incentive to do so. As it currently stands it is WAY cheaper to operate outside of the US and import in, so if a job can be exported, why wouldn't it?

Education is available to a much wider variety of people than it was even just 20 years ago, community colleges, trade schools, specialized institutions offer quick and simple courses that lead to certificates or degrees in almost anything you want. The path to fiscal freedom is no longer a 2 lane highway, its a paved speedway and if you dont keep up to speed your going to get stuck in the traffic jam.
As for best jobs in 2010, i did some research and found articles online. In general, anything professional will secure you. Find something that people will always need, and you will find yourself secure.

"Using five key measurement criteria – stress, working environment, physical demands, income and hiring outlook – the Jobs Rated report seeks to compare and contrast careers across a multitude of industries, skill levels and salary ranges, sorting them into a definitive list of jobs that can be called "worst" and "best." Actuary, a job that entails calculating the probability and financial impact of illness and property loss, ranks as the best job for 2010, based on research into 200 different positions in this year's exclusive Jobs Rated report."

1. Actuary - Interprets statistics to determine probabilities of accidents, sickness, and death, and loss of property from theft and natural disasters.

2. Software Engineer - Researches, designs, develops and maintains software systems along with hardware development for medical, scientific, and industrial purposes.

3. Computer Systems Analyst - Plans and develops computer systems for businesses and scientific institutions.

4. Biologist - Studies the relationship of plants and animals to their environment.

5. Historian - Analyzes and records historical information from a specific era or according to a particular area of expertise.

For a complete list follow this link


  1. I could do a few of those jobs.. There are some that would just take away my soul though

  2. Actuary seems like an interesting job.

  3. Software Engineering is back en vogue? Awesome.

  4. "Biologist" and "Historian" sound incredibly vague.

  5. I'm going to school to become a software engineer!

  6. staring at the pic...the second one...

  7. interesting jobs, but it can be better.

  8. Im still under the impression that if someone is unable to get a job doing something, it is their fault. It may sound mean, but it is pretty much true since their actions decided how good of an employee they seem to be. you know, like get a good education in a USEFUL field.
    mm yeah. :/