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've 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 

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Libi Uremovic January 09, 2013 at 12:22 AM
'...Get ready to work from home...' that's a biggie for people in cali because our rent/mortgages are so high ....putting a business in your home allows you to write of a portion of your house and utilities...
Salinde January 09, 2013 at 02:37 AM
Morons, there is a federal hiring freeze in place for the next year, it was part of the fiscal cliff agreement. So, the FBI won't be hiring anyone , in fact the Feds won't be hiring any time soon...
Ed Sorrels January 09, 2013 at 04:40 AM
Thisagain shows a weaknes in the Every Student to College plan calif. is embracing. I know of one job that will provide a nice living, Give a feeling of acomplishment, and satisfaction after spending a life time doing it. There lot's of opening's,Work is steady, in about 50 or so years I was never out of work for a day that I wanted to work.. The field of Heavy Truck and Diesel mechanics is wide open, I started with Auto Mechanics while still in High School, Which is gone now, But there are R.O.P. classes and City college has some and there private schools. Think about it this way every thing in your house including the house it's self was at sometime transported by truck's if they all shut down the whole damn thing wopuld rapidly grind to a stop, We could do with out washington mush easier than we could do with out trucks !


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