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Money Top five highest paying jobs in 2018

17:57  12 january  2018
17:57  12 january  2018 Source:   msn.com

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With one in 10 Australian workers planning on changing their jobs this year, the top five jobs with the strongest wage growth have been revealed. 

An Australian recruitment firm has predicted the top five job fields for 2018 are machine learning/artificial intelligence, infrastructure project directors, digital designers, healthcare workers and data analytics and security.

According to the Robert Walters Salary Survey, technology and infrastructure industries will be the two major drivers for job growth this year.

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Опубликовано: 10 янв. 2018 г. It's been revealed this morning one in ten Australian workers plan on changing their jobs this year, so if you're keen for a new career, well, listen up. Robert Walters NSW Managing Director, Andrew Hanson, talks to The Today Show about the top five jobs that'll see the

Want to earn top dollar? These jobs all pay six figures. According to U.S. News & World Report's 2018 Best Jobs data, the best- paying jobs in this field will carry the highest salary this year, followed by careers in engineering and business.

Robert Walters recruitment expert Andrew Hanson a person looking for a new career should consider 

“As always, supply and demand are going to drive these things,” Mr Hanson said on TODAY.

“In machine learning and AI it’s a hugely growing area. New technologies, engineers and developers in this space are very hard to come by which is why they are in number one.”

Australia's big businesses are embracing artificial intelligence (AI), with two-thirds planning to replace jobs, or already replacing them, with computer technology. © AAP Image Australia's big businesses are embracing artificial intelligence (AI), with two-thirds planning to replace jobs, or already replacing them, with computer technology.

Mr Hanson said infrastructure roles, particularly in New South Wales, Western Australia and Queensland were set to experience double-digit growth thanks to heavy state and federal investment in road and rail projects.

“Civil engineers, project managers and all the skilled trades off the back of it will do well,” he said.

“Australian Bureau of Statistics have come out and said that’s the biggest area for wage growth.

“Behind that, I think we’re looking at an aging population and also mental health investment by the government.”

The jobs that are not expected to see growth this year include qualified accountants and marketing positions.


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