Careers With Most Job Growth

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Demand for Telecommunications Network Engineer is projected to grow a whopping 53 percent between 2006 and 2016. Traditionally hired to control and maintain power grids and communications for phone and cable companies, telecommunications network engineers are seeing demand from potential employers rise with the demand for Wi-Fi, broadband and other new technologies. Telecommunications Network Engineer is ranked 30 in Best Jobs rank and has seen a 53 percent growth in the last 10 years. Presently 21,000 employers are working as Telecommunications Network Engineer in different telecom companies. Telecom has gone green, too: Energy and environment companies have opportunities galore for engineers to help build communications infrastructure for their new products. Source: cnnMoney.com