31 January 2006

The 25 Top Jobs for 2005-2009

Fast Company based this year's index of the top jobs on four categories: job growth, salary potential, education level, and room for innovation. Relying heavily on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the work of Dr. Kevin Stolarick, a lecturer at Carnegie Mellon University and an expert on the creative class, Fast Company has assembled a list of the 25 Top Jobs for 2005.

To those entering college: Remember, it's best to predict what jobs would be hot WHEN you graduate. Oh wait, I'm talking to freshmen, ummm... dude, Don't think Playstation 3. Try and be Playstation 6.