The 9 Best Jobs for Women

The nature of employment for women has dramatically changed since the dawn of the 21st century, and what are considered the “best” jobs for women in 2014 may just surprise you.

The 9 Best Jobs for Women

By The Culture-ist

The nature of employment for women has dramatically changed since the dawn of the 21st century, and what are considered the "best" jobs for women in 2014 may just surprise you.

  • 1. Actuary

    By The Culture-ist

    If you peg yourself to be particularly numerically and/or mathematically inclined, then actuarial work may be for you. Deemed a top career by CareerCast, you can certainly earn a pretty penny.

  • 2. Advertising & Promotions Manager

    By The Culture-ist

    A career in advertising and promotions is fitting for women who favour themselves to be especially creative, or wish to work in an industry that thrives on out of the box thinking.

  • 3. Computer Systems Analyst

    By The Culture-ist

    The information technology sector may be heavily dominated by the male demographic, but the times are a-changing and more and more women are getting in touch with their inner computer geek.

  • 4. Dental Hygienist

    By The Culture-ist

    While most view dental hygienists as secondary to the dentist of the office, with an average annual income of $70,201, they're certainly not your average assistant.

  • 5. Education Administrator

    By The Culture-ist

    Tapping into the nurturing qualities more prevalent in women, a career in educational administration will be personally, as well as financially rewarding (average annual salary of $86,490).

  • 6. Event Planner

    By The Culture-ist

    74.7% of all event planners in the USA are female, according to the BLS. Clearly, the idea of dealing with a diverse array of clients, budgets & preferences resonates well with the female population.

  • 7. Human Resources Manager

    By The Culture-ist

    Human resources is a fundamental part of most businesses, especially large corporations. As women tend to value connections where men value competition, HR is definitely a promising field to pursue.

  • 8. Market Research Analyst

    By The Culture-ist

    Although market research has never been a traditionally male-centric field, with the rise of social media and digital mediums, the industry is projected to grow, and with it, hiring opportunities.

  • 9. Occupational Therapist

    By The Culture-ist

    Occupational therapy is focused on improving the quality of life of patients suffering from physical, mental, and developmental conditions, and as such, is highly client centered.

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