Nov 27, 2016 06:09 AM EST

Top 10 Jobs Available this 2016 and 6 Tips before Searching a Job

Finding a job is sometimes challenging. There are a lot of things to be considered before submitting your resume in a certain company. Forbes asked Indeed.com (a job search that attracts 200 million job seekers per month) where and what the available job opportunities in the US are.

These are:

Registered Nurse

This job is the most hiring right now. Healthcare institutions seek for those who have skills and credentials as well. The overall job postings in the US is 6.16%.

Customer Service Representatives

This position is also relevant right now. Companies need employees who can immediately respond to customers and can provide helpful information. The overall job postings in the US is 3.4%.

Sales Representatives

This job ranked on third spot. A lot of companies now are selling certain products. Companies need someone who can communicate well with and promote the products to other businesses, or agencies. The overall job postings in the US is 3.1%.

Sales Managers

Many companies are engaged in sales right now. Therefore, a Sales Manager is needed to guide the team and set a goals for sales. The overall job postings in the US is 2.5%.

Other available jobs right now also include: First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail Sales (2.19%), Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer (2.14%), Operations Manager (2.11%), Managers (1.66%), Software Quality Assurance Engineers and Testers (1.44%), and Food Service Managers (1.2%)

And for those who lives in Ireland and UK, there is also a job opportunity coming thing this 2020 from Nestle. According to Jobs & Hire Nestle will hire 3,000 young adults to all over Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.

But of course, do not forget the 6 tips before searching a job. These are:

1. Make Yourself a "Smack-in-the-Forehead" Obvious Fit

2. Don't Limit Yourself to Online Applications

3. Remember That Your Resume (and LinkedIn Profile) Is Not a Tattoo

4. Accept That You Will Never Bore Anyone Into Hiring You

5. If You're Not on LinkedIn, You Very Nearly Don't Exist

6. "Thank You" Matters

Surely, there will be a lot of job opportunity for the coming years; many people will be hired and the unemployment rate will decrease.

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