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These 15 Jobs are predicted to have the highest demand for 2019

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We all know that no two jobs are the same. Some have awesome work-life balance, others have flex schedules, etc. But when it comes to median base salary and number of job openings, these are the jobs to watch for 2019 according to Glassdoor’s data. For the complete list, visit Glassdoor’s “50 Best Jobs in America”.

1. Data Scientist

  • Number of Job Openings: 6,510
  • Median Base Salary: $108,000

2. Nursing Manager

  • Number of Job Openings: 13,931
  • Median Base Salary: $83,000

3. Marketing Manager

  • Number of Job Openings: 7,395
  • Median Base Salary: $82,000

4. Occupational Therapist

  • Number of Job Openings: 17,701
  • Median Base Salary: $74,000

5. Product Manager

  • Number of Job Openings: 11,884
  • Median Base Salary: $115,000

6. Devops Engineer

  • Number of Job Openings: 4,657
  • Median Base Salary: $106,000

7. Program Manager

  • Number of Job Openings: 14,753
  • Median Base Salary: $87,000

8. Data Engineer

  • Number of Job Openings: 4,739
  • Median Base Salary: $100,000

9. HR Manager

  • Number of Job Openings: 3,908
  • Median Base Salary: $85,000

10. Software Engineer

  • Number of Job Openings: 49,007
  • Median Base Salary: $104,000

11. Mechanical Engineer

  • Number of Job Openings: 5,949 
  • Median Base Salary: $75,000

12. Physician Assistant

  • Number of Job Openings: 9,819  
  • Median Base Salary: $105,000

13. Sales Manager

  • Number of Job Openings: 21,695
  • Median Base Salary: $65,000

14. Sales Engineer

  • Number of Job Openings: 3,145
  • Median Base Salary: $90,000

15. Operations Manager

  • Number of Job Openings: 18,311 
  • Median Base Salary: $68,000

The list was determined by three factors: earning potential, overall job satisfaction and the number of job openings. To be on the list, a job must have had at least 100 salary reports and at least 100 job satisfaction ratings on Glassdoor from U.S.-based employees from Jan. 1, 2018 to Jan. 1, 2019.

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