The most sought-after professions in Europe
The rating of the most popular professions is headed by technical specialists. In Europe, as in the rest of the world, there are not enough skilled workers with a good education. The time has passed when there was a lack of managers and managers everywhere. Now in Europe, the unemployment rate is precisely in these areas. The labor market is overcrowded with middle-level employees, and for business it has become a higher priority to create quality products than to sell them.
Already over the years. IT specialists, analysts, programmers, application developers and graphic designers are the most demanded workers in all countries of the world. Although this sector of labor in Europe is more or less full, demand remains. Nanotechnologists will not be left without work, since their knowledge is increasingly used in all areas of production.
Not only specialists with higher education can count on employment in Europe. There has been a trend towards the development of private business, an increase in the number of hotels and an expansion of the tourist area. Therefore, good service professionals are in demand again. We need doctors, pharmacists, nurses, midwives, tourism managers, waiters, administrators and secretaries. Due to the high turnover, cooks, cleaners, production line operators and electricians are constantly required.
Due to the desire of people to climb higher on the social ladder, Europe is experiencing a shortage of specialists in the field of construction and repair. Architects, foremen, turners, carpenters, crane operators and surveyors will be able to find jobs without problems. However, one should take into account the seasonality of such works.
You should not take care of the daily bread and qualified chemists, physicists, ecologists, biologists and genetics. Europeans attach great importance to the development of the medical sphere, the search for new types of fuel and the desire to preserve natural resources and the environment.
At the peak of demand and the profession of logistics and marketing. However, those who know how to organize trade processes and engage in research, in addition to their skills, must know foreign languages and learn the subtleties of related professions. Along with them, multidisciplinary specialists in international companies are needed - translators, secretaries, managers and managers. People who can conduct an audit, are involved in insurance and have jobs in the banking sector are also in demand.