The 10 Best Jobs

1. Orthodontist – adentist who specilaizes in correcting the position o fthe teeth.
2. Dentist – many people dread the dentist. When they open wide, they are afraid what the dentist will find. Yet another cavity? Or even worse – will it be time for a root canal? Will the dentist embarrass them about their flossing frequency or their coffee drinking? Will they push preocedures that patients dont’t want?
3. Computer Systems Analyst
Computer systems analysis is a hybrid of information technology and business. And computer systems analysts leverage both their knowledge of information technology and business to design abetter computer systems and processes for their clients. Although these professionals have many responsibilities, their first task is to understand their client’s business, wheter it is an organization in Silicon Valley or a firm on Wal lStreet. And they will specifically want to learn how the organization uses technology. Analysts will then research the best technologies to help the organization’s overall computer system – the hardware, the software and the networks – run more efficeintly and effectively
4. Nurse anesthetist
a medical specialist who gives anesthesia, esp. during an peration anestesia has come a long way from the chloroform administered by the first nurse anesthetists i nthe Civil War. Anesthesia is safer today than it is ever been, says Frank Gerbasi, a certified registerd nurse anesthetist and executive director of the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs. modern-day nurse anesthetists can use a number of intravenous drugs and inhaled gasses to administer general or regional anesthesia, so surgeons and other physicaians can complete procedures with little to no discomfort to the patient.
13. Software Developer
Software developers invent the technologies that you take for granted every day. For instance, that app that rings, sings or buzzes you out of deep sleep in the morining? A software developer helped design that. And when you roll into the office and turn on your computer, clikcing and scrolling through social media, musci, your personal calendar? Yes, software developers had a big hand in shaping those, too. You might spend your lunch shopping, and before you make that big purchase you check your bank account balace using your phone. Later,you are cooking a new recipe fro mtha great app your friend told you about. As you look over th ecourse of your day, you come to see that software developers are the masterminds behind the technologies you now can’t imagine living without.
20. Web Developer
A friend recommends a certain website, so you click on the link. And wow – even though you can’t put your finger on it, everything about the site seems to fit together superbly, form the colors and graphics, to the images and special effects or animation to those in the know. Although you haven’t visited the site before, you know just how to navigate it. the search fuction even works. for all this and more, you can thank a talented web developer.
These men and women are the artists responsible for creating websites. The job includes meeting with clients and asking braod questions like What do you want your site to accomplish? and more detailed questions like, what features do you want your site to have? After ascertaining a client’s desires, Web designers will start designing. At Big Drop Inc., this involves a multi-step preocess, which includes innovating a new design, writing the cod, adding animation, checking for bugs and fixing them, presenting the client with a test site and moving the site to the client’s server. We don’t use any templates, says Garry kanfer, president of Big Drop Inc, a Web design and development company located in New York City. We start from a blank canvas, and the client has to approve everything page by page.
Although some web developers wil ldesign a websit’s front and back end, many web development companies split these reponsibilities. For instance, some web developers will work in Photoshop to create the overall design, while others will be in charge of writing the code in programming languages such as HTML and CSS. Developers must take into account a client’s products or services as well as the target market to create a site that appeals to the client’s customers or intended audience. The jov requires a knowledge of software programs, Web aapplications and programming languages such as the aforementioned HTML and CSS, as well as a solid understanding of design principles. Work environments for Web developers vary from large corporations or governments to small businesses. Developers may be full-time employees, part-time consultants or work on a contract basis as freelancers.
The Bureau of Lavor Statistics projects about 27 percent employment growth for Web deveopers by 2024. During that period, about 39,500 new jobs will need to be filled in an industry that already The expansion of e-commerce is expexted to be the main driver of  Web deveoper job growth in the next decade. As more comanies offer or expand their online retail presence, more web developers will be needed to buld the websites visited by consumers to purchase their favorite products. Increased reliance on mobile search is another reason the industry’s employment fgrowth should remain strong. The biggest shift in the industry is mobile technologies, says Andrew Ruditser, lead technology coordinator at Maxburst INC., a Web development company on Long Island. We have to make suer our sites don’t just look good on desktops, but also an androids and iPhones.

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