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U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT ANNOUNCES THE 2022 BEST JOBS
U.S. News & World Report reports:

Washington - U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in rankings and consumer advice, today announced the 2022 Best Jobs. The rankings offer a look at the best jobs across 17 categories - from sectors such as business and technology - to help job seekers at every level achieve their career goals. They take into account the most important aspects of a job, including growth potential, work-life balance and salary.

While nearly 4 in 10 jobs of the 100 Best Jobs are health care or health care support roles, a technology job - information security analyst - captured the No. 1 spot this year.

"Information security analysts are increasingly critical as organizations work to protect against data breaches and cyber attacks," says Antonio Barbera, consumer advice senior editor at U.S. News. "The 10-year outlook for the occupation is strong: It is predicted to be in high demand, with an expected expansion of the profession and an increase in its volume of jobs. Low unemployment and a high median salary make this career sector appealing as well."

Following information security analyst in the overall rankings is nurse practitioner at No. 2, physician assistant at No. 3 and medical and health services manager at No. 4. In addition, fashion designer debuted on the list this year, ranking No. 32 for solid scores across all component measures.

"It is no surprise that health care occupations continue to dominate the Best Jobs general rankings; the COVID-19 pandemic has certainly helped underscore the essential role they play in all of our lives," says Barbera. "The low unemployment rates and strong future prospects for many of these roles certainly reflect that."

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