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Medicine and Sciences

Medicine and Sciences

Biology

Best candidates: students should be skilled in science, reading comprehension, writing, judgement and decision making, active learning and complex problem solving.

Types of jobs: Botanist, Marine Biologist, Research Scientist, Biologist, Horticulturist, Research Biologist, Biological Scientist, and Aquatic Scientist.

Average salary in the U.S.: $93.280

Outlook: The U.S. is expected to create 3.700 more jobs in this field by 2026. An 8% increase.

Computer Science

Best candidates: students skilled in complex problem solving, systems evaluation, system analysis, and critical thinking.

Types of jobs: Scientific Programmer Analyst, Computer Scientist, and Control System Computer Scientist.

Average salary in the U.S.: $118.370

Outlook: The U.S. is expected to create 2.500  more jobs in this field by 2026. A 19% increase.

Law

Best candidates: students who have good skills in speaking, persuasion, negotiation, critical thinking, judgement and decision making and active listening.

Types of jobs: Assistant Attorney General, Assistant Counsel, Attorney, Associate Attorney, Partner, Lawyer, General Counsel, Deputy Attorney General, City Attorney, and Attorney at Law.

Average salary in the U.S.: $120.910

Outlook: The U.S. is expected to create 40.700  more jobs in this field by 2026. An 8% increase.

Public Health

Best candidates: students who are adept in speaking, instructing, active learning and critical thinking.

Types of jobs: Community Health Education Coordinator, Education Coordinator, Certified Diabetes Educator, Health Educator, Clinical Nurse Educator, Child Development Specialist, Health Promotion Specialist, Community Health Consultant, Clinical Instructor, and Public Health Educator.

Average salary in the U.S.: $54.220

Outlook: The U.S. is expected to create 8.700 more jobs in this field by 2026. A 15% increase.

Veterinary Science

Best candidates: students who have skills with animals, have problem sensitivity, inductive and deductive reasoning.

Types of jobs: Mixed Animal Veterinarian, Veterinary Surgeon, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Staff Veterinarian, Equine Vet, Associate Veterinarian, Small Animal Veterinarian, and Emergency Veterinarian.

Average salary in the U.S.: $93.830

Outlook: The U.S. is expected to create 4.500 more jobs in this field by 2026. A 19% increase.

Charlotte

Best candidates: students who possess skills in inductive and deductive reasoning, complex problem solving, critical thinking and communication.

Types of jobs: Market Researcher, Business Development Specialist, Demographic Analyst, Client Service, Consulting Manager, Market Analyst, and Marketing Manager.

Average salary in the U.S.: $63,120 – $134,290 (varies on career)

Outlook: The U.S. is expected to create 77,100 more jobs in this field by 2026. A 23% increase.