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Yawhat.pdf (application/pdf Object) Petroleum Engineers. Devise methods to improve oil and gas extraction and production and determine the need for new or modified tool designs.

Petroleum Engineers

Oversee drilling and offer technical advice. National estimates for this occupationIndustry profile for this occupationGeographic profile for this occupation. Nurse Anesthetists. The information on this page relates to the 2010 SOC, please see the 2000 SOC System for information on the previous version of the SOC.

Nurse Anesthetists

Administer anesthesia, monitor patient's vital signs, and oversee patient recovery from anesthesia. May assist anesthesiologists, surgeons, other physicians, or dentists. Must be registered nurses who have specialized graduate education. Illustrative example: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) Broad Occupation: 29-1150 Nurse Anesthetists Minor Group: 29-1000 Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners Major Group: 29-0000 Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations List of SOC Major Groups SOC User Guide.

Medicine

16 Career Clusters. If you're trying to find your dream job, understanding the 16 career clusters can be helpful.

16 Career Clusters

Career clusters are an organizational tool that can be used to help group different types of occupations based on their similar characteristics. About the 16 Career Clusters The 16 career clusters include: Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources: This area refers to jobs that involve being outdoors and working with your hands. Examples of occupations within this area include animal trainer, groundskeeper, and greenhouse manager.Architecture and Construction: This area encompasses all the jobs that are involved in the building, maintenance, and operation of businesses and residential properties. Which Cluster is Right for You? Determining which of the 16 career clusters has the occupation that is right for you requires evaluating several different factors. Post a comment. Urban planner. An urban planner or city planner is a professional who works in the field of urban planning/land use planning for the purpose of optimizing the effectiveness of a community's land use and infrastructure.

Urban planner

They formulate plans for the development and management of urban and suburban areas, typically analyzing land use compatibility as well as economic, environmental and social trends. In developing their plan for a community (whether commercial, residential, agricultural, natural or recreational), urban planners must also consider a wide array of issues such as sustainability, air pollution, traffic congestion, crime, land values, legislation and zoning codes.

The importance of the urban planner is increasing throughout the 21st century, as we begin to face issues of increased population growth, climate change and unsustainable development. An urban planner could be considered as a green collar profession. By country/ institutions[edit] Australia[edit] Canada[edit] Greece[edit] India[edit] Career Fields. Are you wondering what kind of career is right for you?

Career Fields

Whether you're just starting out in your professional life or you're planning to make a mid-career change, it's important to conduct thorough research about any occupation you are considering selecting as your career field. The Importance of Career Research The process of choosing a career starts with knowing about the different types of occupations that exist and identifying the ones that most closely match your skills and preferences while also being in-demand in the modern job market. The Career Fields category at LoveToKnow Jobs is here to help you develop a better understanding of the occupations that interest you so that you can make an informed decision about your own professional life. The writers and editors research occupations on an ongoing basis, bringing you details about different types of jobs and tips on how to prepare yourself to go to work in the career field of your choice. Learn About a Variety of Careers. 5 In-Demand Degrees.

By Chris Kyle Do you want to be more marketable to employers?

5 In-Demand Degrees

New research shows that having the right degree could help. "As is typically the case, business and engineering majors, plus those earning degrees in technical fields, including computer science, are most in demand at the bachelor's degree level," writes the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) in its "2011 Job Outlook". While some studies break down which degrees are most popular nationwide, NACE's study is unique in that it polls employers and asks them to forecast their hiring intentions. Thinking about going back to school and not sure what to study? Check out NACE's 5 most in-demand bachelor's degrees.

In-Demand Degree #1 - Accounting Knowing how to read and balance a financial spreadsheet could come in handy when marketing yourself to companies. Want to Earn an Accounting Degree? In-Demand Career Prospects: Employment opportunities for accountants will rise 22 percent through 2018, according to the U.S.