7 Best Jobs for Women
Update: This article was first published in 2018, however, our editorial team has confirm that the various jobs presented here are still relevant for women and will be beyond 2018.
Women now engage in several jobs that were termed as male-jobs in the past. Be that as it may, there are still certain jobs that are best for a woman. This post will reveal some of such jobs you can do in 2018 and beyond.
Women are naturally detailed and they are therefore the best for event planning jobs. Organizations and corporations can rely on their professional touch and natural inclination for event planning.
By 2018, the number of jobs available in this category is expected to start an upward surge, which may reach up to 33% by 2022, according to U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Its median pay may be low, but it is the perfect fit for the woman. According to U.S. Census, women will be more than their male counterparts in this industry in the years to come.
Salary: The pay is about $45,810.
2. Market research analyst
Many more organizations need data and related insights to help them drive their decision making and there is projection that such job will grow by up to 32% starting from 2017.
A woman is a natural fit into this job description and the field had been wider for her over time in comparison to her male counterpart. She tends to have more opportunity here than the male.
Salary: Her take home pay can be as high as $60,330.
A woman can also fit into this job perfectly and there is a strong outlook that the job will grow in popularity from 2017.
The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics is envisioning a growth of up to 33% in this job starting from 2017.
The woman is a natural fit when it comes to care for the aged and dental problems are projected to increase among this class of the citizenry from 2017 onward.
This field is naturally dominated by women and they make up about 95% of the professionals thus involved.
Salary: The salary is about $70,201 per annum.
4. Occupational therapist
Who else can take care of emotional and psychological illnesses better than a woman? This is exactly one of the factors that make her the best for the job of an occupational therapist.
There is projection that such job will increase by 29% starting from 2017 and this will be occasioned by increasing need for occupational therapy.
A woman with minimum of Master’s degree will not have problem finding job in this field. Her chances get even brighter if she has a doctoral degree.
Salary: The salary is about $75,400.
According to research, most women think with both sides of their brains, while most men think only with one side of the brain.
Consequently, a woman can wrap her head around several things easily, including numbers. This is one of the factors that make a woman the perfect employee as a statistician.
The pay is above average and its improved spate may lead to an increase in pay in 2018. In fact, BLS has it that the job availability will expand by 27% starting from 2017.
The woman only needs a master’s degree in subjects like survey methodology, mathematics and statistics to be counted worthy for employment.
Over time, women involved in this job have been discovered to perform better than their male counterparts.
Salary: Salary is about $75,560.
6. Education administrator
The educational administrator job is a well paying one and the employee has the duty of overseeing students’ academics, admissions, and services at universities and colleges.
BLS stated that there is going to be a 15% growth in this job starting from 2017, making it another hot employment opportunity for women, who are the more popular gender in this particular job.
The woman needs a master’s degree to something higher in order to get employed in this profession.
Many more institutions will prefer to employ women into this profession, especially because of the pay gap that exists between them and their male counterparts in the same profession. The male earns higher; therefore, some employers may employ woman to save cost.
Salary: Salary is about $86,490.
7. Biomedical engineer
A woman can fit in perfectly into the job of a biomedical engineer, and this is one profession that is sure to experience more growth come 2018 and beyond.
The aging population is increasing and there is a growing need to cater for their health via advanced medical care.
There are expectations that job growth of about 27% will be experienced according to BLS.
Men may presently dominate this field, but more women are coming in and they look good to overtake the men in population.
Salary: Salary is about $86,960.
As a woman, you can find exciting and rewarding jobs to do today; this post shows you seven of the best you can consider finding employment in.