The most popular professions in Europe
The rating of the most popular professions is headed by technical specialists. In Europe, as well as all over the world, there are not enough skilled workers with a good education. It's time, when everywhere there was a lack of managers and managers. Now in Europe, the unemployment rate is growing in these areas. The labor market is full of middle-level employees, and for business, the creation of quality products has become more important than selling it.
Already for many years. IT professionals, analysts, programmers, application developers and graphic designers are the most popular employees in all countries of the world. Although this sector of labor in Europe is more or less full, demand remains. Nanotechnology will not be left without work, since their knowledge is increasingly used in all spheres of production.
Not only specialists with higher education can count on employment in Europe. There is a trend of private business development, increase in the number of hotels and expansion of the tourist zone. Therefore, good specialists in the service sphere are in demand again. We need doctors, pharmacists, nurses, midwives, tourism managers, waiters, administrators and secretaries. Because of the high fluidity, cooks, cleaners, operators of production lines and electricians are constantly required.
In connection with the desire of people to rise higher on the social ladder, Europe lacks specialists in construction and repair. Without problems, architects, foremen, turners, carpenters, crane operators and surveyors will be able to find work. However, it is necessary to take into account the seasonality of such works.
Do not worry about bread to the vital and skilled chemists, physicists, ecologists, biologists and geneticists. Europeans attach great importance to the development of the medical field, the search for new fuels and the desire to conserve natural resources and the environment.
At the peak of demand and the profession of logistics and marketing. However, those who know how to organize trading processes and engage in research, besides their skills, should know foreign languages and learn the subtleties of related professions. Along with them, multidisciplinary specialists are required in international companies - translators, secretaries, managers and managers. People who are able to conduct an audit, engaged in insurance and possess professions from the banking sector, are also in demand.