10 professions that young Americans choose

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The modern economy leaves its imprint on many spheres of life, including the kind of jobs that young people are striving for.

The list was compiled on the basis of a survey of young specialists.

1. Specialist in Statistics

In this profession, the largest number of young people, the so-called millenials (44%). A little less is people older than 35 years.

New technologies, accessibility of information and analytical mindset – all these factors allow young people to succeed in this profession, which is becoming increasingly popular.

2. Barmen

In the United States there are about 454 thousand bartenders. Of these, 190 thousand are people between the ages of 25 and 34.

It is noted that this is not the highest paid profession, because on average the barman receives $ 20 800 per year.

Therefore, as a rule, it is difficult for bartenders to save up for a house purchase or save money for retirement.

Nevertheless, there are such areas in the country where bartenders receive more than the average for the country, in particular in Hawaii, where the average salary of a bartender is $ 45,500 per year.

3. Financial Analyst A

financial analyst is a popular profession for those who have a bachelor’s degree.

In total there are about 307 thousand financial analysts in the United States, 126 thousand of them are young people under 34 years old.

That is, two out of five financial analysts are millennials.

For a person of any age, this profession is an excellent basis for career growth.

On average, a financial analyst in the US receives $ 82,000 per year, or about $ 39 per hour.

4. Advertising Manager

These are people who plan an advertising policy to expand the company’s business. As a rule, they get paid very well.

About 40% of 67,000 advertising managers in the US are young people under the age of 34.

In order to get this position, you need many years of experience and at least a bachelor’s degree.

5. Ambulance assistant

In total there are about 194,000 such specialists in the United States, 38% of them, or 75 thousand of them, are people aged 25 to 34 years.

In order to become a paramedic assistant, you need to get a special certificate.

Experts predict that the need for such specialists will grow more than in other industries.

Since this work is connected with stress, it is not surprising that mostly young people come here, analysts say.

6. Assistant doctor, assistant

Assistant is a great opportunity to start your career for those who seek to connect their lives with medicine, but do not have the opportunity to pay a loan for education.

On average, the assistant is a person at the age of 39, but about 38% of assistants in the US are people under 34 years old.

7. Web developers

Internet is a key factor in the development of modern economy. Many young people benefit from this feature of the modern economy and associate their lives with new technologies.

The stereotype of a young IT specialist is not at all a myth. However, most of the developers are still slightly older, up to 37 years old.

8. Market Analysts

These people conduct market research to understand how to better promote products in a particular market.

About 300 thousand people in the United States occupy this position, their 37% – young people from 25 to 34 years.

Basically, market analysts live in large cities and work in large companies.

9. Video

operators Operators on television – this profession is not too common.

About 54 thousand people in the US work for this specialty.

Of these, 20,000 are young people between the ages of 25 and 34.

The demand for video clips, and, accordingly, for videographers is growing.

10. Firefighters

As in the case of paramedics, this is a profession for young and strong people.

Of course, such work is dangerous and quite tense physically.

The average age of firefighters in the United States is 38 years.

The total number of people working in this work in America is 252,000. Of these, 90,000 are young people between 25 and 34 years old.

The average fire patch in the United States is $ 48,000 per year.

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