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28 G.I. JOBS | APRIL 2018 | GIJOBS.COM What They Do: Another computer-related career – the sixth such job on this year's list. These professionals research, design, develop, test and update computer hardware. They are engineers who are responsible for advances in computer systems. Hot Jobs Titles: Design Engineer, Field Service Engineer, Hardware Design Engineer, Hardware Engineer, Network Engineer, Project Engineer, Senior Hardware Engineer, Systems Engineer, Systems Integration Engineer Why It's Hot: The BLS projects 5% job growth through 2026. Hot Job Titles: Construction Foreman, Construction Superintendent, Construction Supervisor, Field Supervisor, Foreman, Job Superintendent, Project Superintendent, Site Superintendent, Superintendent, Supervisor Why It's Hot: The BLS projects 10-14% job growth through 2026. What You'll Need: Bachelor's degree from an accredited program. What You'll Need: A growing number of colleges and universities offer programs in construction management. However, the BLS shows that 39% of those employed in this occupation have a high school diploma, and 33% have some college but no degree. They likely learned through apprenticeships, on-the-job training and experience. COMPUTER HARDWARE ENGINEER $115,080 * $62,980 * What They Do: Dropping a spot to #18 this year, they still supervise construction or extraction workers. This includes workers in residential and commercial construction, bridge and utility construction, chemical manufacturing, and oil and gas extraction. CONSTRUCTION & TRADE WORKERS FIRST-LINE SUPERVISOR: 17 18 MEDIAN ANNUAL SALARY MEDIAN ANNUAL SALARY *Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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