For many of us, deciding on which degree program to take up is difficult, to say the least. That said, there is much to choose from, especially if the undergraduate or graduate program, that we have completed, allows for multiple professions.
However, what we want is not necessarily what is popular. While you may want to be a biologist or a writer, you never know if there is a market for biologists or writers out there.
So picking up a profession through which you may not be able to earn enough money to sustain yourself, may not be a good idea.
Every year, things considerably change in the career world. It is up to you to research and determine which degree will get you the job that not only pays well but also fulfills your desire for specific work.
There are some areas which have remained popular over the last few years and are expected to stay popular in the year 2020 as well.
Have a look at some of the areas in which you can obtain a degree and eventually bag a suitable job:
See also: 2020 Job Trends
Best Degrees for 2020
1. Nurses and Nursing Assistants
Nursing degrees have grown in popularity owing to the boom in healthcare services around the country.
There is always a need for nurses and this demand is fast being filled with eager people looking for a career in healthcare.
2. Information Systems and Security
The constant rise in technology has made way for many new jobs in the information technology world.
If technology intrigues you and you like the idea of being the brain behind installations, upgrades, and security of computer technology, you should enroll in a degree program in information systems.
Business degrees have always been popular and will remain so in the next couple of years as well.
Companies are forever looking for exceptionally trained marketing personnel (even at the entry-level), and if you have the gift of gab and possess an interest in furthering the cause of a company, a degree in marketing is what you should pursue this year.
4. Web Design and Development
A website is as common as a business card. Thousands of companies handle their marketing and outreach programs through websites, so it only stands to reason that web designers and developers have it made!
If you are someone who has a penchant for design and possesses technical skills too, a degree in web design and development is for you!
There was a time when marketing and communication were considered one thing.
This has changed significantly over the years as the two have been separated, and communications now have a fixed purpose.
People who possess an interest in handling outreach programs and creating brand awareness can enroll in a communications degree program that can help them land a job in a multinational organization eventually.