Are you just deciding to choose a career or are you looking for a better career? According to MarketWatch, these professions have low unemployment rates and high pay. Income ranges from $33,000 for lab technicians, to $187,000 for doctors. The caveat is that all of these jobs require an education of a minimum of a Bachelor's degree with exceptional skills and experience. Not everyone enters these fields because of the required qualifications, therefore, there is more demand for these occupations.
Along with this list of jobs is a list of college majors that will most likely result in a job after graduating.
When picking a career, you should also consider where you live. There are cities that have lower unemployment rates than others. A few according to AOL, are Bismarck, ND, Sioux Falls, SD, Fargo, ND, Midland, TX, Rapid City, SD, Billings, MT, and Logan, UT. While it sounds like we should all move to the midwest, we should think about what kinds of jobs there are in those areas, and other factors such as weather and culture.