Things change every year and so do the demands of life. This is especially true of the big bad world of employment. Employers want more and more from candidates each year and the pressure keeps building up on both sides. Let us have a look at the degrees that will be in high demand and rule the world in the years of 2013 and 2014.

1. Health Care
A degree in healthcare is something that will never lose its appeal to employers over the world. The need for medical care keeps building up as diseases and discomforts keep increasing. While doctors are greatly sought after, it is actually certified nurses and nursing assistants who receive most employment offers nowadays.

2. Computer Sciences
The need for a degree in Computer Sciences will never be sated. This is due to the ever growing world of technology and all the challenges that it brings with it. According to one NACE report, 56% of students who have done a major in this category in the year 2012 have already received job offers! This is huge and tells you just how popular this degree will be in the next years.

3. Business Administration
Another extremely popular degree in the last decade was a degree in Business Administration and will continue its popularity in 2013 and 2014 also. This covers a vast variety of jobs including marketing and management consultants, general managers, financial analysts and many more! A master’s degree in Business Administration is, by far, the most sought after master’s degree in the world.

4. Engineering
The demand for engineers majoring in all categories will never go down. This is especially true for 2014 as the need for civil, electrical, biomedical, mechanical and networking engineers is rampant owing to so much technological and industrial boom.

5. Accounting
A degree in accounting can take you places as you can find jobs in the public, management and government accounting arenas including internal auditing jobs. The need for accounting majors can never go down as all small and major businesses need accounting systems in order to function at all.