5 Most Demanded Jobs of 2015


With the world growing fast, the platter of choices in career has been enlarging with every year passing by.  Gone are the days when becoming a Doctor, Engineer or Teacher was only a big deal. Today, as we have completed a decade and half of the millennium year, we have come across many career opportunities in life.

It can be hard to feel encouraged about job prospects in a degrading economy, but just because few industries have lost their value and position doesn’t mean it’s impossible to find a job in a good field of career. The key to get successful professionally is to look for jobs in career fields experiencing significant and continued growth.

Listed down are 5most demanded fields of career in 2015,


1. Biomedical Engineering-

Growth by 2018- 72.03%.


Biomedical engineers analyze and design solutions to problems in biology and medicine, with the goal of improving the quality and effectiveness of patient care. Biomedical engineers typically need a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering from an accredited program to enter the occupation. Alternatively, they can get a bachelor’s degree in a different field of engineering and then either get a graduate degree in biomedical engineering or get on-the-job training in biomedical engineering.

Biomedical Engineering will be a shining branch in india too…..but for every new scope good determination, sound knowledge and innovative brain is required.” Outlines Mukesh Roy, Medical Researcher


2. Digital Marketing-

Growth by 2018– 62.04%

Digital marketing is the use of the internet for advertisement and publicity. With increasing human interest in online pursuits, digital marketers indeed have an enviable job! An aspirant can opt for a number of courses such as Diploma in Digital Marketing, Executive Programme in Digital Marketing (EPDM), MSc in Digital Marketing (following a diploma or certificate) and numerous IAMAI ( Internet and Mobile Association of India)-approved programmes.

Digital Marketing is for those who find a creative spark within themselves and a passion for changing the trends through the internet” Says Ishan Kailani, Entrepreneur, Digital Patang


 3. Dermatologists

Growth by 2018- 41.86%

A dermatologist provides life-changing medical treatments that restore health, improve quality of life, and bring relief for people who suffer from a variety of conditions that often cause severe discomfort, both mentally and physically. These medical specialists diagnose and treat disorders of the skin, hair, nails, acne, infections, genetic disorders, and skin cancer to cosmetic issues such as scars, hair loss, tattoo removal, and aging.


4. Athletic trainer

Growth by 2018– 36.95%

If you love sports and are looking for a hands-on health care career, this growing field may be perfect for you. Athletic trainers are highly educated healthcare professionals who work with athletes to prevent and treat injuries in sports settings. A bachelor’s degree is the minimum requirement, although to work in collegiate or professional sports, a candidate may have to hold a master’s or doctorate degree. State licensure or certification may also be required, depending on the state in which you hope to work.

Our love for sports does not fade away once we realize just how narrow the playing field is for those who make their careers as professional athletes.” Says Brian Bounds, Head Athletic Trainer at Indian Hills.


5. Registered Nurse

Growth by 2018– 35.76%

If you are interested in caring for people and a high school graduate, you can eventually become a Registered Nurse (RN). There are a number of steps you need to take before you can turn your dream into a career, but they are  straightforward and you’ll find there is plenty of support along the way.

Many professional courses like BSc. Nursing, General Nursing etc have been emerging ever since medical came into existence as a profession.

Working as a nurse gives me inner peace as well as a secured future” Says Muriel Thomas, Registered Nurse at AIIMS


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