Trend: Rapid generation innovation:Technology innovations like device studying, synthetic intelligence, robotics and 3-D printing, generation created many task opportunities.
Software developers (programs): created 201,961 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 31 percent growth.
Software developers (systems software): created seventy four,813 jobs, a 21 percent boom.
Computer and statistics systems managers: created 67,748 jobs, a 22 percentage growth.
Trend: The on-demand lifestyle
Web developers: created 44,558 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 34 percentage boom.
Light truck or delivery carrier drivers: created 128,885 jobs, a sixteen percent increase.
Film and video editors:created nine,647 jobs, a 30 percent growth.
Trend: Lifestyle changes.
Fitness trainers and aerobics teachers: created fifty eight,482 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 22 percentage boom.
Self-enrichment schooling instructors: created sixty three,251 jobs, a 19 percentage growth.
Personal economic advisors: created 35,056 jobs, a sixteen percent increase.
Trend: The gig financial system.
Taxi drivers and chauffeurs: created 81,687 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 35 percent increase.
Chefs and head chefs: created 29,948 jobs, a 24 percent boom.
Graphic designers: created 24,895 jobs, a 9 percentage growth.
Customer service representatives: created 388,961 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 16 percentage increase.
Interpreters and translators: created 21,646 jobs, a 36 percentage increase.
Market studies analysts and advertising and marketing professionals: created 125,338 jobs, a 26 percent increase.
Trend: Medical improvements.
Registered nurses: created 334,757 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a thirteen percent boom.
Home fitness aides: created 256,459 jobs, a 35 percent growth.
Physical therapists: created 42,001 jobs, a 21 percentage growth.
Trend: The race to rebuild.
Construction workers:created 228,375 jobs from 2010 to 2017, a 20 percentage boom.
Plumbers, pipefitters and steamfitters: created 84,250 jobs, a 21 percent boom.
Electricians:created 98,753 jobs, a 17 percent boom.