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The most in demand jobs UK 2013 – 2014 projections

Are you contemplating changing your career this year? It is advisable not to change jobs blindly. Consider current market demands and job growth and remuneration prospects to determine which job is a good fit for you. To help you out with the research, we’ve highlighted the most in demand jobs UK 2013 – 2014 projections, according to the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).

1. Higher skilled jobs

Higher skilled jobs (typically managerial, professional and associate professional jobs) are expected to continue to expand well into 2020, according to a recent report by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills. Around two million extra jobs at this level could be created by 2020.

While the UKCES report is not intended to offer precise predictions of industries that are will expand in the future, it provides a rough guide to help you find the most in demand jobs UK 2013 - 2014 going further into the future to the year 2020.

Look into jobs at this skill level if you have advanced skills and a university degree with high levels of qualifications. Demand for high skilled workers should continue to rise throughout the country.

2. Entry-level jobs

If you are anxious to get back into work and you have good “people skills,” there is good news for you too. Around 100,000 entry-level jobs will be created in the UK by 2020. Of these 100,000 new jobs, 313,000 jobs will be in the leisure, caring and other service occupations.

Start looking around for in demand hospitality jobs in restaurants and hotels. Also, look into care jobs for the young and elderly people in society.

3. Private service jobs

By 20120, there will be more than 1.5 million jobs created in the broad private services sector. Computing, financial, business and other services jobs that were hit by the recession are set to recover and perform particularly well during this projected growth period. This exciting private sector job creation trend will help to spur a welcomed labour market recovery in the country.

The transport, trade and accommodation industries are also expected to create more than 400,000 jobs by 2020. Most of these jobs will be in retail, distribution, restaurants and hotels. This is an area you can also look into, if you don’t mind working in the private service sector.

For more information on this report and how to get into these most in demand jobs UK 2013 – 2014, visit the National Careers Service website at: www.nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/

Alternatively, download the full UKCES report at: www.ukces.org.uk/PDF/UKCES_FullReport_USB_A2020.pdf

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