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Lay of the Land: 2016 Best STEM Jobs

Increased demand and low unemployment rates are two components that make these STEM jobs attractive. STEM careers are often highlighted as “the jobs of the future”, as they are on the horizon of great innovation, creation, and development. The top 25 STEM jobs made the list, with information provided about the number of projected jobs, median salary, and unemployment rate. As you explore your next or future career steps within STEM industries, these options, diverse in skill sets, interests, and career fields, top the charts:

#1 – Computer Systems Analyst

#2 – Software Developer

#3 – Statistician

#4 – Web Developer

#5 – Accountant

#6 – Biomedical Engineer

#7 – IT Manager

#8 – Financial Advisor

#9 – Information Security Analyst

#10 – Mathematician

#11 – Industrial Psychologist

#12 – Mechanical Engineer

#13 – Environmental Engineer

#14 – Database Administrator

#15 – Actuary

#16 – Computer Support Specialist

#17 – Financial Manager

#18 – Civil Engineer

#19 – Computer Systems Administrator

#20 – Epidemiologist/Medical Scientist

#21 – Biochemist

#22 – Logistician

#23 – Financial Analyst

#24 – Cost Estimator

#25 – Computer Programmer

Read more about the 2016 Best STEM Jobs (including projected jobs, median salary, and unemployment rates) at http://money.usnews.com/careers/best-jobs/rankings/best-stem-jobs.