Best Jobs for the 21st Century
Fifty different lists of the best jobs that fit different life situations, interests, and career objectives. All jobs selected must either:
-- Pay $40,000 or more a year.
-- Generate at least 100,000 openings each year.
-- Experience at least 10% growth in job openings by the year 2006.
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