After years of toil, the time has come: you have graduated and can start working. But finding a job is easier said than done. Many positions require at least a few years of experience. Researchers investigated in which positions you are likely to find a job quickly as a starter.
High-demand entry-level positions
The position where vacancies are currently rising the fastest is an online marketer. A company’s online marketer devises a company’s online strategy and ensures that it is properly executed.
Commercial Real Estate Specialist
Good news if you want to get started in the commercial real estate world. As a Commercial Real Estate Specialist, you will probably find work quickly because there is a lot of demand.
As a front-end developer, you are responsible for the technical side of the frondent (actually the front end, what people can see) of an app, website or program.
Full Stack Engineer
A full-stack engineer is an all-around software developer who has a broad knowledge. He or she can program not only the front-end but also the back-end.
Number five on the list is an electrical engineer who designs, installs and improves electrical products such as solar panels and vehicles.
What exactly you do as a Mechanical Engineer depends on the industry in which a company is active. Good to know: this is one of the five highest-paying tech jobs. So you will not only find a job quickly, but you will also get well paid.
No technical background, but a talent for everything from A to Z? The vacancies for a project manager are also increasing rapidly. As a project manager, you are responsible for preparing, setting up and supervising projects.
Construction Management Specialist
As a Construction Management Specialist, you monitor the costs, quality and time of, you guessed it, construction processes.
A product manager is responsible for the success of a particular product and, therefore, influences the product’s development, production, and marketing.
We close the list with another engineer. For example, a cloud engineer develops cloud solutions (for example, aimed at Google Cloud) within companies.