It is always nice to know what the best jobs are to do. This can be the best for you as a person or it can be the best for the current year including the most popular jobs for 2014. Let’s have a look below at the Top 10 Best Jobs for 2014.
Being a psychiatrist means that you are qualified to Degree level in psychology and have done your training to be able to practice in real situations. Working as a psychiatrist depending on the person is a very interesting role of helping people in difficult situations and helping them to resolve the problems that they are facing, sometimes through past issues and memories. You will need to be a keen listener to do this role and be able to be non judgemental towards your clients, offering practical and long term solutions to their problems.
#2 Zoo or Safari Keeper
If you are interested in working with animals, what can be better than working at a Zoo or Safari park where you get to work with different animals each day. It’s a lot more interesting to work with Elephants and Lions than cats and dogs.
Working in this environment you will have had to study some animal care and depending on the zoo or safari park you may have more specific qualifications to do and even be able to specialise in certain animals. You will need to be patient and have a keen interest in the health and safety of animals and want them to have a nature home environment.
#3 Trainer working with Dolphins
Dolphins are intelligent creatures and very easy to train so working with dolphins and other mammals and training them to do shows for the general public at attractions or purely working with Dolphins for research purposes is a very interesting role with a difference.
Usually you will have studied something to do with marine mammals or animal studies and have a good understanding of how dolphins work and operate and what humans can learn from dolphin and mammal behaviour. Not the usual daily 9-5 but an interesting career choice for animal lovers.
Operating as an acupuncturist is big business these days with many people looking for different alternative therapies. You will train to be an acupuncturist and have a good understanding of what ailments and problems people will come to needing help to alleviate these problems.
Acupuncture doesn’t just alleviate pain that people are having although it is very good for people with problem backs, joints etc, it also can stimulate the body to help people having various treatments such as IVF. It’s an interesting career choice and one that requires constant updating but very popular in terms of therapy.
Working as an Electrician is a very good career choice. You will always have a trade if you train to be an Electrician and have the options of working for a company or working for yourself if you are business minded. An Electrician helps companies or private clients with any electrical problems they are having as well as installing new lighting and anything electrical related within companies.
To work as an electrician requires constant re training and updating of your skills to ensure you are qualified to the latest standards at all times.
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Working as a Plumber you help companies and private clients with any plumbing issues dealing with pipes, toilet and sink problems as well as bath and shower problems including helping a client to install a new bathroom. You may work on new build houses installing bathrooms or you may deal with emergencies such as leaks and blockages.
It is an important skill to have and one that you can begin learning from leaving school without going through university or such like but one that you can keep up to date with through regular updates and legal procedures.
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#7 Company Trainer
If you provide Training for a company, you may train staff that are internal if you work for a big company or you may be a trainer for a Training Company and train people outside of your organisation. Being a Trainer is a good career choice if you have a deep interest in a subject matter and the choices are endless. You could be training employees on computer systems and work procedures or you could be training external clients how to manage their time better. The choice of training is all down to your make up and what you excel in yourself.
#8 HR Manager
Companies are starting to slowly recover and being an HR Manager means that you have some influence on how your employer operates and keeps up with the changes. As a HR Manager you will have to keep on top of the latest changes and incentives to maintain being a good employer but with all the changes and redundancies over the years acting as a HR Manager is a good career choice for being involved in the restructuring and advising capacity. It’s a very important, interesting and fast paced career choice. Usually as a HR Manager you will be qualified to CIPD level or have equal experience.
#9 Estate Agent
In 2014 the properties look like they are finally starting to move again and people are looking to buy and sell properties. Working as an Estate Agent will be key in this role showing clients properties, marketing properties and focusing on selling some properties easier than it has been in the last few years.
To work as an Estate agent you will need to build up your experience levels through time and getting to know properties and areas and building up a client base. An Estate Agent will need to have excellent customer service skills to be a success in this role.
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#10 Retail Manager
Retail sales is the highest it has been this year to date so now is a good time to improve on those retail skills and get selling making lots of commission or bonuses and having a fast paced and exciting career.
A retail manager can operate at branch level, could be working remotely visiting branches and providing help and support to branch managers. You will need to have a few years retail experience to do this role and be able to focus on results and selling.