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Outsourcing jobs has been a common trend in the United States but it is not the only in-demand job. There are other in-demand jobs that un-employed individuals could apply in the US.
One of the in-demand jobs in the US is the Industrial-Organizational Psychologists. They aid in creating company policies, screening applicants and developing training sessions on employees. It is an in-demand job that offers a median salary of $79,680.
This job would be great for individuals who might be affected by the outsourcing law that Bernie Sanders might passed. Jobs & Hire previously reported that this law will be passed to keep jobs in the US.
Another in-demand job would be in the line of linguistics, there is a need in the US for Interpreters and Translators. This will be helpful for multi-lingual employees.
Campus Explorer reported that interpreters and translators usually earn a median salary of $45, 430. A translator must only have business skills, cultural sensitivity and interpersonal skills.
Sonographers are also in-demand in the US. They are trained medical ultrasound practitioners that assess patients' medical conditions. These medical practitioners had a median salary of $60,350.
According to Forbes, Engineers are in-demand in the country. The site reported that Engineers are highly sought out this year in organizations that did not require them in the past. They reported that the healthcare and entertainment industries will require engineers to support their innovative technologies.
"HR professionals are also in-demand. Even though, the HR world is vast the organization will gravitate towards candidates with a specified skill set to cope with the complex workforce environment," the site reported.
Furthermore, they explained that HR specialists must bring deeper expertise to the executive team around critical matters such as talent acquisition and retention, succession and compensation planning. The site concluded that it is important for HR personnel to "contribute on informed business decisions."