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Washington Schools Prepare You for Today's Job Market

Washington has a steady unemployment rate of 9.2 percent for its total population of 3 million employed workers, with 1.5 million in the Seattle area. The cost of living for the third quarter in 2010 ranks Washington State 37th in the United States. Despite these numbers however, the public job sector gained 600 positions between October and November 2010. Leading in both the private and public job sectors were the education and health services fields, with in-demand jobs such as teachers, medical assistants, and anthesiologists. The business and professional service fields followed in second.

Washington Jobs: Leading Opportunities

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, management occupations such as education administrators or chief executives in marketing or advertising are top occupations for workers employed in Washington State. The mean annual salary for education administrators in 2009 was $48,170, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Popular Washington jobs can be found in the education, health care, and business fields. A specific hotspot for Washington careers is the Seattle area.

Washington Schools Present Education Opportunities

A degree or certificates from Washington schools in specific fields may helpful for entry-level positions and career advancement. Washington career opportunities such as medical administrators, educators for elementary and secondary schools, or business management may require a field-related degree or certificate for more opportunities. Programs in education, health care, and business management can be found at campuses throughout Washington or online. Twenty-seven percent of the population in Washington has completed a bachelor's degree.

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