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13 Job Trend Predictions for 2013

According to one expert, it's the year of healthcare and IT jobs, less social media jobs, and online shopping will continue to boom.

Whether you are looking for a job in 2013 or just hoping to hang on to the one you got, there are some interesting predictions for the biggest job trends of 2013.

They include:

  • Get ready to work from home more. Telecommuting is in.
  • Federal agencies like the FBI may hire more people to deal with the complex situations in the Middle East
  • Excitement about social media will peak 

To read all 13 predictions check out the full article at:

jobs.aol.com/articles/2013/01/02/the-biggest-job-trends-in-2013/

Things I Learned January 08, 2013 at 09:59 PM
From the link: "4. The Affordable Care Act will create lots of jobs. Due to "Obamacare," 40 million-plus more Americans, as well as the 11 million people currently in the U.S. illegally, will have access to health care. Few experts predict that there will be an accompanying increase in doctors, nurses, MRI machines and operating rooms. On the contrary, many doctors are quitting and fewer people are becoming MDs because of the low reimbursements and heavy paperwork, which will likely increase further. Career implications? Kaiser Permanente, the nation's largest HMO, a nonprofit/for-profit amalgam, is a major beneficiary of Obamacare and jobs there should be plentiful. Care will continue to be downscaled: More physical therapy will be done by physical therapy assistants. Same for occupational therapy. More MD work will be done by physician assistants and nurse practitioners, anesthesiology by nurse anesthetists. The nursing shortage will be addressed by hiring more RNs with just a two-year degree." This outcome was not at all predictable and entirely unforeseeable ha ha ha!
Things I Learned January 08, 2013 at 10:03 PM
More from the link: "8. America will tilt left. America is accelerating its antipathy toward capitalism and corporations and its support for nonprofit and government initiatives. The majority of the public is willing to further tax the rich and add more regulatory burdens on corporations. President Obama's reelection and the Republicans' fears of skewing too far right should allow Keynesian government expansionist policies to trump deficit reduction. Thus the government's percentage of GDP should grow in 2013 and beyond. Career implication: Job growth should be best in the government sector. Bonus: Government jobs are the most likely to provide job security and full benefits." The outcome of this not at all predictable and entirely unforeseeable ha ha ha! except maybe I should buy a trillion dollar platinum coin so I can afford a loaf of bread in 10 years.
Things I Learned January 08, 2013 at 10:14 PM
More more from the link: "14. Un- and underemployment will keep rising. There's a perfect storm for increased unemployment: returning vets, baby boomers who can't afford to retire, 11 million illegal immigrants now eligible for legal employment, slowed hiring by government, a sluggish economy here and worldwide, relative strength in China, and increased workplace regulation and payroll costs of hiring Americans (e.g. Obamacare, paid family leave, workers comp)." Oh I guess this outcome is completely predictable and entirely foreseeable ha ha ha!
Komfort January 08, 2013 at 10:17 PM
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