A wide range of fields like health care; research and development, and sales and marketing will be featured in the hot jobs of 2018-2025.
According to a new report by Challenger Gray and Christmas, a lot of opportunities for nontechies are being created by rapidly changing tech.
Gray CEO John Challenger told the New York Daily News that the way people use technology, where we use it, and what we do with technology is creating all types of opportunities, and people don't have to be a computer science major to take advantage of them.
According to Challenger, health care groups, corporations, government agencies and others are all collecting massive amounts of information and people who can organize, manage and make sense of all this data would be much in demand.
He said that technological the pace of change and significant breakthroughs in all types of fields have accelerated renewable energy, health care, transportation and home construction segment.
Challenger asserted as medical equipment becomes more sophisticated, highly trained individuals will be needed to operate, troubleshoot and repair them.