A glimpse into the most sought-after jobs 2019
Looking to train as a biologist, behavioural scientist or a veterinarian? Then perhaps it's time to reconsider, as the latest figures show these will be some of the most sought-after jobs within the next few years.
The white-collar union Saco, whose members are university graduates or professionals with a college degree, has produced a new report containing the most popular jobs for graduates in the labour market in 2019.
For aspiring occupational therapists, chemists and interior designers, job prospects seem bright with little competition, but the competition will be fierce to become a biologist or a veterinarian, for example, with many graduates in those subjects entering the labour market.
"Educational choice is one of the most important things you can do in life. Look at the situation in the labour market before you choose, so you will not have an unpleasant surprise later in life," Thomas Ljunglöf, labour expert at Saco, tells news agency TT.