So many people have been unemployed or underemployed over the last 7 years. At a time when it seems the doors are closed, where is the opportunity?
I've talked pretty extensively in the past about the geography of opportunity. Thanks to an energy boom, the prospects for employment are rosy in the wide swath of the country from North Dakota to Texas.
But I'm not talking location, location, location right now. I'm talking about the fields that employers are in the most need of at this time.
Now, you may not have an interest in any of those fields, or you may not be happy doing any of those things. But they are the fields that are hardest to fill at this time. With some 9 million people being underemployed or unemployed in the U.S. right now, these jobs are at least worth a look on your part.