Top Five Jobs for Under 25’s

Written by Zoe Cresswell

Young people are faced with many different options when it comes to their careers. There are so many things they need to consider, such as wages, the possibility of relocation and questioning future prospects. If this sounds like something you’re struggling with, don’t worry; we’re here to help. The best thing you can do is research the best jobs in your area and find out which one best suits your needs. This article will help you discover some of the best careers available for young people in today’s world! 

1. Engineer  

Engineering is best for people who want to work with their hands and use logic. An engineer needs to be creative, think critically and solve problems in the best way possible. There are so many options of what field of engineering you go into, from biomedical to mechanical and so many more. Picking a career as an engineer will allow you to pick a specific discipline and focus your skills! 

2. Web designer  

Web design is a rapidly growing industry; as more and more businesses set up their bases online, they look for someone skilled to do the hard work for them! While being a web designer does take a specific set of skills, there’s plenty of ways for you to gain them. You are ideally placed as a young person who has grown up in the technological age to fit right into this profession and flourish. 

3. Personal Trainer  

If you have a passion for health and fitness, this could be the best job choice for you! As well as being able to help people improve their lifestyle, it’s also a great way to earn some money. Becoming a personal trainer is not an overnight process; some courses need completing before you can start working in gyms and fitness centres. More and more young people are beginning their careers as personal trainers, and getting your first clients is simple; friends and family will often fill slots in your diary when your first start out. 

4. Marketing Manager  

If you’re someone who loves to stay up-to-date with the latest social media trends, then this could be a great job choice for you! As well as being able to help develop your business’ brand you’d also be able to use your creativity to make sure your company remains relevant and on-trend. With the use of social media continuing to grow, you will gain a high level of job security in this role. 

5. Beautician  

This is best for people who love to help others, have a natural ability to make people feel at ease and have a natural talent for styling hair and makeup. Beauty is a massive niche for the younger generation, and it’s easy enough to learn how to do it if it’s something you’re interested in. There are hundreds of tutorials online to give you a helping hand when getting started. It’s very common for independent beauticians to be able to hire out a space within a salon to ply their trade, meaning your client base is partially ready-made! 

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Last Updated: Sunday November 28 2021
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