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    April 15, 2019

    The best jobs in America for 2019

    Work is plentiful, with the number of job openings recently hitting a record, yet one-third of Americans say their jobs are just a way to get by. Still, there are careers that hit the sweet spot of high pay, career satisfaction and plenty of job openings -- with the caveat that many of them require a college degree or specialized training.
    The top jobs for 2019 tend to be clustered in two industries: technology and healthcare, according to a new analysis from employment site Glassdoor. For a fourth year in a row, the top career in the nation is data scientist, a relatively new job that's sprung out of the massive amounts of data now collected by companies. 
    Tech jobs are booming because of the demand for workers who have the skills to analyze data, code or design software and hardware, while healthcare jobs are growing because of the country's demographic shift to an older population. As the baby boomers age, that's driving demand for everything from nursing managers to physical therapists.
           Most of the careers on the list require some type of higher education, although there are a few that are open to workers with high school diplomas, like executive assistant, a job that pays about $60,000 per year. 
    Below are the 9 top jobs for 2019, as forecast by Glassdoor.
    1. Data scientist: $108,000. This career has a job satisfaction of 4.3 points out of 5, and there are currently more than 6,500 openings at workplaces in the U.S. 
    2. Nursing manager: $83,000. This job describes healthcare professionals who manage other nurses, and it typically requires strong nursing and business skills. It has a job satisfaction rating of 4 points, while employers have almost 14,000 openings. 
    3. Marketing manager: $82,000. These professionals handle communications between a company and its customers. It has a job satisfaction rating of 4.2, while there are almost 7,400 current openings. 
    4. Occupational therapist: $74,000. These healthcare professionals help others regain skills they need to do their jobs or lead independent lives. It's a profession that's expected to grow as the population ages. Currently, there are about 17,700 job openings, and the career has a satisfaction rating of 4.  
    5. Product manager: $115,000. These workers help companies create a product vision and strategy, a skill that's used across a number of industries. The job satisfaction is 3.8, while there are almost 12,000 openings. 
    6. Devlops engineer: $106,000. These professionals work with coders, engineers and other tech workers to oversee code releases. They have a job satisfaction of 4.1, while there are more than 4,600 openings. 
    7. Program manager: $87,000. This job is about overseeing a series of projects within a business. The job satisfaction stands at 4.5, while there are more than 14,700 openings. 
    8. Data engineer: $100,000. Data engineers work with data scientists, but they are responsible for collecting and maintaining data rather than analyzing it. The job has a satisfaction rating of 4.4, and there are about 4,700 openings. 
    9. HR manager: $85,000. The growth of this job speaks to the demand at companies for hiring and personnel management, Glassdoor says. The job satisfaction is 4.2, while there are almost 4,000 openings. 
    Best of the rest -- below are the remaining jobs on Glassdoor's analysis of the 50 best jobs for 2019. 
    1. Software engineer: $104,000
    2. Mechanical engineer: $75,000  
    3.  Physician assistant: $105,000  
    4. Sales manager: $65,000  
    5. Sales engineer: $90,000  
    6. Operations manager: $68,000  
    7. Strategy manager: $140,000  
    8. Security engineer: $102,000
    9. Construction manager: $75,000
    10. Speech language pathologist: $72,000
    11. Project manager: $75,000
    12. Product designer: $100,000
    13. Java developer: $85,000
    14. Executive assistant: $60,000
    15. Electrical engineer: $77,000
    16. Finance manager: $118,000
    17. Business analyst: $72,000 
    18. Solutions architect: $127,000
    19. Recruiter: $48,000
    20. Business development manager: $80,000
    21. Dental hygienist: $67,250   
    22. Data analyst:: $60,000
    23. Nurse practitioner: $102,000
    24. Applications engineer: $77,000
    25. QA manager: $91,250
    26. Risk manager: $100,500
    27. Communications manager: $80,000
    28. Physical therapist: $70,000
    29. Facilities manager: $65,000  
    30. Systems engineer: $90,000  
    31. Customer success manager: $65,000
    32. Radiologic technologist: $48,000  
    33. Restaurant manager: $49,000  
    34. Software engineering manager: $153,000  
    35. Software developer: $80,000
    36. Safety manager: $71,000  
    37. UX designer: $89,000   
    38. Office manager:: $42,000  
    39. Brand manager: $85,000   
    40. Software development manager: $140,000   
    41. Systems administrator: $68,000 

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