Next to healthcare, there’s no industry with greater opportunity than technology
US.News.com | Alexis Grant | Dec 6, 2010
There’s an “app” for everything these days, as technology plays an increasingly important role in consumers’ daily lives. Computer software engineers make much of it possible, while computer systems analysts and support specialists—the latter is a new addition to our list this year—get companies on the road to technological efficiency.
Information technology intersects plenty with environmental and medical science in today’s growth careers. Biomedical engineers apply the science of engineering to the problems of the human body and medical care. Meteorologists and hydrologists use increasingly sophisticated technology to monitor the earth—whether its water or its weather.
Our picks in the technology and science category this year:
• Environmental engineering technician
• Environmental science technician