PHYSICS PROSPECTS

 

Where the action is...
 

A survey of the courses and occupations that are hot in the current economy (and some that have seen better times).

 

 HOT OCCUPATIONS

 

HOT PROGRAMS (UNDERGRADUATE)

     
  1. Mathematicians, systems analysts and computer programmers
  2. Transportation officers and controllers
  3. Doctors, dentists and veterinarians
  4. Pharmacists, dieticians and nutritionists
  5. Medical technologists/technicians
  6. Denturists/dental hygienists
  7. Lawyers
  8. Police officers and firefighters
  9. Motor-vehicle and transit drivers
  10. Machine operators in metals, chemicals, plastics and rubber
 
  1. Dentistry
  2. Medicine
  3. Veterinary sciences and medicine
  4. Computer science
  5. Mathematics 
  6. Law 
  7. Dental hygiene, microbiology, optometry 
  8. Physics 
  9. Pharmacy 
  10. Electrical/electronic engineering

 
 

A survey of the courses and occupations that are hot in the current economy (and some that have seen better times).

 

 NOT HOT OCCUPATIONS

 

HOT PROGRAMS (UNDERGRADUATE)

     
  1. Secretaries
  2. Office equipment operators
  3. Clergy, social workers, psychologists
  4. Creative and performing artists
  5. Sheet metal workers
  6. Train crew operators
  7. Fishery workers
  8. Agriculture/horticulture workers
  9. Labourers
  10. Machine operators in food, beverage and tobacco
 
  1. Religion
  2. Social work/welfare
  3. Sociology
  4. Physical education
  5. Psychology
  6. Education (non-teaching - administration, psychology, counselling)
  7. Mass communications
  8. Music
  9. Applied arts
  10. English

Source: Human Resources Development Canada 

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