Massive Increase in High-Paying Ohio IT Jobs
The highest paying jobs in America will be offered at the largest semiconductor manufacturing complex in the world, located just east of Columbus, Ohio, from 2022 through 2032.
Intel Corporation purchased property in Licking County in early 2022 that will support seven to eight different manufacturing plants and related partner companies in a $20 billion project. This figure was increased to $100 billion in February 2022 and announced in President Joseph Biden's State of the Union address on March 1.
Intel leaders state that the lowest paid jobs at the new complex are starting in the six-figure range, indicating ample opportunities for multiple thousands of workers trained in information technologies. Hiring began in March 2022 for IT and other occupations required for building the massive worksite.
Intel Corporation is a multinational corporation and tech company, the world's largest semiconductor chip manufacturer, and the developer of the x86 series of microprocessors.
Job Increases in Other Key Industries
Truck Driving and Nursing
From 2014 through 2022, occupations in truck driving and registered nursing were the highest demand American jobs, causing the opening of additional truck driving schools and the hiring of more truck mechanics.
In addition, a nursing shortage occurred, worsening during the pandemic of 2020 - 2022. Trucking job openings increased in late 2021 because of a backlog of unfilled orders during the pandemic. Demand increased in trucking and nursing, particularly high-paid travel nursing, such that wages increased, with the expectation of high demand for several years into the future.
Aerospace manufacturing and medical manufacturing expanded from 2013 into the 2020s; because of problems with launch rockets and 40-year-old Russian engines America used, NASA contracted with its Commerical Crew members for U.S.-made rockets and engines.
Engines were replaced by American-built units, and, especially in Ohio, drone manufacturing and piloting increased numbers of new high-paying jobs in a $9Billion industry. These industries will expend with the Ohio Intel manufacturing plant mentioned above.
Highest Paying Healthcare Jobs
Higher-paid corporate CEOs and self-employed entrepreneurs, physicians, specialists, and surgeons, all representing the healthcare industry, will likely continue to receive among the highest salaries in America through 2032.
Some medical practitioners left general medicine and specialties in the 2000s because of increasing malpractice insurance costs, burnout, and retirements. Other physicians began to reject new patients that:
- are self-pay [have no insurance] or
- receive Medicare coverage.
Countering this, many companies specializing in the care of senior citizens with Medicare have opened in the U.S. in the early 2020s. Monthly visit requirements, on-site pharmacies, and other offerings are boosting revenues for these companies, requiring the hiring of additional medical staff.
Aerospace Manufacturing and Related Jobs
High-paying aerospace manufacturing jobs are expected to increase quickly through 2032, especially in the states of Ohio (because of Intel and 1200+ aerospace companies) and Texas (NASA, an Elon Musk spaceport, and related projects). Important companies for job increases include NASA's Commercial Crew:
- Blue Horizon
- Boeing Starliner
- Sierra Nevada Dream Chaser
- Lockheed Martin
- Northrop Grumman
- Pratt & Whitney
- Parker Hannifin Corporation
- GKN Aerospace
- Aerojet Rocketdyne
- Planetary Resources
- The Aerospace Corporation
- Orbital ATK
High-Paying Jobs in the UK
High-paying jobs in the UK through 2032 will include many job titles in information technologies, included in the list below, according to the London Development Agency at lda.gov.uk/.
- Senior Programmers, Software Developers, and IT Directors
- Financial Managers and Directors
- Business Managers and Analysts
- Marketing and Sales Managers and Directors
- Truck Drivers
How About Jobs in Australia?
High-Paying Jobs in Australia: Top 10 High Demand High-Paying Jobs in Australia
Other Key Industries: Agriculture
Job openings in Australia increased from 2014 - 2018 (Business Insider Australia, November 5, 2018), but the government modified immigration laws to help farmers meet harvesting crew needs during autumn 2018. Foreign backpackers and other working visitors can currently in the 2020s stay longer, provided they help fill farming job shortages, according to The Guardian.
Working guests on working holidays can triple the length of their stays if they perform agricultural jobs and can skip the previously required return to their home countries every six months.
Automotive and Other Industries
Early on November 5, 2018, it was reported that Australia needed 100,000 more workers in its automotive industry (The Advertiser, November 5, 2018). Moreover, Australia's version of Indeed.com advertised many jobs needing no experience or college degrees and offering a salary of $100,000, largely in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane (Daily Telegraph, November 4, 2018). This trend continues into the 2020s.
- Carey, A. Australia Post braces for ‘record Christmas’ with scores of casual positions. News.com.au; November 5, 2018. https://www.news.com.au/finance/work/careers/australia-post-braces-for-record-christmas-with-scores-of-casual-positions/news-story/63fdf0b81bf3041da36814c7af2b18ed. Retrieved November 5, 2018.
- Davidson, H. Australia to relax working holiday visas for backpackers and Pacific Islanders. The Guardian. November 5, 2018.
- Inglish, P. Attendance at Active Air Force Civil Air Patrol educator training weeks in Michigan and Ohio; August 2013, August 2017, August 2018, August 2019.
- Intel Newsroom. Intel Announces Next US Site with Landmark Investment in Ohio. January 21, 2022.
- The White House. Joe Biden's State of the Union Address. March 1, 2022.
- UK Department for Education. Working Futures 2017-2027: Long-run labour market and skills projections for the UK.
This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.
© 2011 Patty Inglish MS
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Mark Hunt on September 04, 2012:
Very useful hub and well written, you did a great job :-)
khmohsin on September 04, 2012:
Patty Inglish, MS
A great hub idea represented by you. as the global business grew, The demand of the trades above mentioned also increased. But There is no doubt to say that alternative energy resources is also a big deal in this regard.
Liked and voted up. Keep it up with the same passion
Fun2Video on September 04, 2012:
Really a great hub and i think its a guid for students to take their study on right way to get job in future.
Jim Loxley from London on September 04, 2012:
Surprising to see such big numbers in the transport sector. I wouldn't have guessed that before reading this hub. Interesting article.
WPintegration from Noida on September 03, 2012:
Thanks for very useful tips. helpful your post
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on July 19, 2012:
And every year, news types of jobs and careers will add themselves to this list. Thanks for the post, Steg.
Spunk Nellie from New York, NY on July 18, 2012:
This Hub is about as helpful as it gets for an incoming college freshman. Thanks for all the great info!
jcales on June 25, 2012:
very true passion is needed. I have a burning desire to teach p/t again like I did while in College. It is very rewarding and you feel a sense of achievement. I know the pay won't be high but there is a passion.
growrichfast from india on June 22, 2012:
's really a great post keeping all things in focus , bravo
ruth on March 15, 2012:
i think it's not on what kind of job you have but on how you give value to it. you can always have the highest paying job or even the highest position but if you don't love it and value it, you'll never be satisfied. Passion & dedication are really important.
jcales on March 06, 2012:
I wish that researching alternative fuels would rise in job demand
htodd from United States on February 26, 2012:
Writing jobs will be on hike also and Demand of good writers will increase..Wonderful hub ..Thanks
Natasha from Hawaii on February 26, 2012:
Fascinating. I wish I had studied something more useful the first time I was in school, but I fell right into the "do what you like!" trap we present our children. It may be nice to enjoy our degree or related jobs, but it doesn't always get the bills paid. It's pretty cool to see what would have worked or what would work if I chose to do something different.
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on February 24, 2012:
That is a very good idea to include the returning to work!
Melis Ann from Mom On A Health Hunt on February 24, 2012:
Interesting information for the college bound, but also for mothers whose children are grown and looking to go into another career. Thanks for the tips!
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on February 23, 2012:
Whereabouts? I'm seeing a lot of jobs for IT engineers around he USA.
birdslover from New Delhi, India on February 23, 2012:
Nice hub!! I am worried about IT sector, it is declining.
Magicdust Staff from Sydney, Australia on February 23, 2012:
Gotta love well researched hubs likek this :)Well done its a great analysis on remuneration trends
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on February 23, 2012:
Yes, incredibly expensive and time-intensive. Biographies I've read of physicians' training, internships and residencies make me shudder!
ChrisWritesHubs on February 23, 2012:
It makes sense that jobs in the medical field have a high demand with our aging population. It's very expensive to get medical training but it appears to be worth the expense and effort.
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on February 21, 2012:
Glad to create so much excitement. Go and conquer.
LifeStylePets from Florida on February 15, 2012:
This is great information. Especially for those going into or completing college!
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on February 14, 2012:
We would probably need to contact a medical board in the USA to find why this is true.
haikutwinkle on February 14, 2012:
I'm interested to know about the differences or similarities of Educations of Doctors in the US and UK.
In Japan, a doctor's education takes 7 years to complete. The qualification is probably only recognizable in Japan. Unlike a medical qualification from the US or UK, it is widely accepted in many countries.
I'm interested to know why and whether there are differences and similarities to their Education.
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on February 13, 2012:
I've written only about immigration regulations, but what aspects iterest you?
haikutwinkle on February 13, 2012:
Thanks for this hub.
I was wondering if you have written any hubpages about points of consideration when relocating to another country for work (for example, when a Japanese doctor intends to work in the US, what are some of the important considerations?)
xethonxq on December 06, 2011:
Excellent information. You did a fantastic job of putting all of this data together in an easy to read format. I found it very useful! thanks Patty!
MattyLeeP from Tucson, AZ on December 06, 2011:
I am sad to hear about skilled trades declining, I am an out of work electrician in Tucson. I just signed my first writing contract but I am still broke, arg! Thanks for the hub, sounds like I need to learn something new.
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on December 05, 2011:
Well, if you keep writing, perhaps you'll strike it rich here, cclitgirl!
Cynthia Calhoun from Western NC on December 05, 2011:
Well-researched and well-done. Now...if only my brain were actually wired to do one of those occupations. Hehehehe. Voted up.
Pam Valentine from The Heartland, USA on December 02, 2011:
Your welcome, you earned it! Good research and well written. I have 3 adult kids, banking, aerospace and oil and they are doing well, waiting to see what direction my 2 high school-ers (10 years behind my adult kids) go. Hubby is in aerospace, but recently that particular sector of aerospace has been hard hit, glad to hear it will pick up soon.
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on December 01, 2011:
Great! - Healthcare and Aerospace are gearing up to explode with jobs from 2012 - 2015 as well.
Thanks for all the neat comments, too.
Pam Valentine from The Heartland, USA on December 01, 2011:
Fantastic hub, I will pass this on to my high school seniors!
E Dharsi on November 30, 2011:
That was an awesome article :)
MakeEasyCash from Michigan on November 30, 2011:
Very informative :)
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Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on November 29, 2011:
Internships can be very important in learning and in providing a step up into full-time employment. Thanks, GClark.
GClark from United States on November 29, 2011:
Definitely Voted Up! Great information and well-researched subject that has obviously hit a hot button for many. We truly have become a global workplace with many able to utilize their skills to work internationally and see the world. At one time as a side business, I helped place foreign graduate students as interns in a variety of industries in the USA. It was a way for the student to combine theory with experience. Thanks again for sharing. You never disappoint. GClark
htodd from United States on November 26, 2011:
Jobs pays less and inflation is very high but there is always demand of talent ..Thanks for the useful information
icountthetimes on November 11, 2011:
Thanks for this. I'm from the UK myself so the second part of your write-up was especially interesting to me.
disujaalbart from california on November 10, 2011:
VERY NICE HUB... GREAT WORK..
Sanford Rainey from Texas USA on November 10, 2011:
Short but Sweet! Nice.
Grace Whites from Manalapan, New Jersey, USA on November 08, 2011:
Thank you for this information.. This one is really good. Keep up your good work!
Carolyn Sands from Hollywood Florida on November 07, 2011:
Thanks for your hub. Great information and it is very well written
Greg Johnson from Indianapolis on November 07, 2011:
Great hub, interesting information, although it's to late for me to change fields.
feny from china on November 05, 2011:
good information,maybe I need to study more and more.lol~~
IJR112 on November 03, 2011:
Great hub. Yeah, America needs more engineers coming out of schools to meet the demand for those jobs in the future. Fewer liberal arts majors and more science-oriented graduates would be a big help going forward.
Cynthia B Turner from Georgia on October 31, 2011:
You really do your research. Great article!
LeeGenchrist from Northeast on October 18, 2011:
Very interesting analysis, it will be even more interesting to see how the general state of the American Economy fares. Especially, over the next two years.
Matheus Andhy from U.S on October 18, 2011:
very usefull hubs, like it
jojojo on October 18, 2011:
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on October 17, 2011:
I'll add links to my North Dakota oil & gas boom Hubs.
Nolen Hart from Southwest on October 16, 2011:
Good information Patty. One little known niche job market is in oil and gas drilling. Several new discoveries, some of which I write about in my Hubs, are creating thousands of high tech oilfield jobs.
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on October 15, 2011:
In 2011 - 2012, we are hjaving an upsurge in Skilled Trades, especially among technicians in the automotive, aeronautics and aviation, oil & gas (N. Dakota) industries, so we will see BIG changes in estimates for the 2012 - 2022 decade govt projections!
Clericals Admins and Secretaries? Still declining many places. We'll take another look in 2012. Same with Plabnt and Machine IOperations, but that may increase as Skilled Trades increase. Thanks for commenting!!
shop online fast from Brooklyn, NY on October 14, 2011:
but, the 3 jobs that you mention are on the decline is a total shock to me
1.Administrative jobs and Secretaries
3.Plant and Machine Operations jobs
there are certain jobs that i thought would always be in demand: doctors, lawyers, accountants and administrative workers.
i call administrative workers invaluable door keepers. they are the ones who organize our schedules and junks for us. how will we manage without them?
shahnewaz from Dhaka on October 14, 2011:
Very good information.Thanks
Eight8Consulting from United States on October 14, 2011:
Amazing hub, really unique set of information illustrated.
Crizzy Becham from Texas on October 14, 2011:
Informational hub! updated info about jobs, well this is really a great help for the fresh grad and also who will take up a college degree, when they see this posts you can gave them an option what to take as career in college.
laringo from From Berkeley, California. on October 13, 2011:
Patty your detail and layout of this Hub is loaded with good info and easy to read. I seldom comment like I should but you are number 1.
lois sunday from manila,philippines on October 13, 2011:
wow! this is a great hub!
kripkrip420 from In relation to what? on October 12, 2011:
Very nice Hub! I will more than likely be moving to America sometime in the near future (after I complete my education) and it seems that the field I plan to work in will be more than happy to supply me a job! Thanks for the information! Voted up and useful.
cloudrider from Dallas, Tx on October 11, 2011:
They lied to me I got my degree in Accounting and that's supposedly in demand because people forgot how to count but no one hires you without experience... Insurance is where its at!...
Ratanak Ou on October 11, 2011:
That's great hub! I love to read from the beginning until end!
leshey from England on October 11, 2011:
Very interesting. Thanks! I'm surprised to see and expected decline in skilled trades in the U.K. though. I was always under the impression that there wasn't enough people in that area of work.
allaboutseo from United Kngdom on October 11, 2011:
awesome post i like it so i vote up and useful too.....!!!!1
Roby on October 08, 2011:
softhard from Kathmandu on October 05, 2011:
Informative! Also glad to see software eg on no 2 as i m on that profession.:-)
Dr Rockpile from USA on October 04, 2011:
It's a shame I'm not the slightest bit interested in having a job in Healthcare. Looks like that is the place to be.
Gorochi from All Around the World on October 03, 2011:
Very useful hub! That said, I've had overall negative impressions of PhDs being able to get jobs after graduating. And really, unless you're totally passionate about your area, the other jobs on the list are much better financial investments.
ANIL KUMAR UPADHYAY from INDIA, UTTAR PRADESH STATE, KANPUR CITY on October 03, 2011:
Wonderful effort for unemployed persons. Great job. I vote it up.
Sinea Pies from Northeastern United States on October 03, 2011:
I'm teaching a college & careers class to high school students right now and one thing to be considered is employability after college. Some professions are growing, as you have shown here, others are very difficult to find a job in.
suregeek from www.suregeek.com on September 29, 2011:
Get Ready! Another recession is approaching! 2008 was nothing compared to this!
Kimbelia from Greater Vancouver, BC on September 28, 2011:
The tech community is definitely growing. It's a lot of work though! My hubby is a systems guy and he's rarely away from his computer. He loves his job though. :)
Jeff Vickery from Somewhere, Arkansas on September 24, 2011:
Interesting information. I still can't see myself going into one of those career paths though.
A M Lehrer from Southern United States on September 22, 2011:
interesting and well written hub! Thanks for the much needed info!
stefegzmbu on September 21, 2011:
what a great hub. I agree that more companies than ever are hiring IT people
sakesare on September 21, 2011:
Great hub here. I love the arrangement that you have used in it.
townstate from Salmon Idaho on September 20, 2011:
I'm keeping up on my computer skills for sure!
ghiblipg on September 20, 2011:
too bad...my job is not in the list.
bjornborgboxers from The Netherlands on September 19, 2011:
Hmmm. Maybe it's time to go back in education and re-educate myself :)
peaktime from California on September 19, 2011:
Lenny Rinen from Auckland, New Zealand on September 19, 2011:
thanks, good information, it helps. cheers
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on September 11, 2011:
Thanks to everyone for so many interesting comments.
@Anatolia - Enginnering is growing in job openings in the USA in 1) healthcare database management, digital equipment, robotics, prosthetics, and other medical applications, 2)computer parts manufacturing, 3) aerospace technology manufacturing and operations, 4) defense, and some others. Best wishes!
Anatolia Iita on September 11, 2011:
so well written and informative. so where does engineering fall? in the declining category or the one in demand? and which desciplines? thanks.
Xinox Leugim from Philippines on August 30, 2011:
Am relieved to know that nurses are still one of the most sought jobs in the US and UK as my daughter is taking up nursing and hopefully to graduate next year. It's a bit alarming, that recent news in our country declares that there is a lot of unemployed nurses. Hope the demand locally and offshore will increase in the coming years.
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on August 28, 2011:
Government expectations and employment projections can change or just be plain wrong. Thanks for the news!
willwriting from London on August 28, 2011:
Interesting to see skilled trades marked as one that will decline in the UK as they have been booming recently
Mico Sam from Irvine, CA on August 27, 2011:
I fully agree with your research. IT jobs will be highest payed in USA. Thanks for sharing.http://www.micocrane.com
andrewwilliams63 on August 18, 2011:
Wow, very interesting...it's a shame that skilled work seems to be on the decline
SleeplessnLaJolla from La Jolla, Ca on August 16, 2011:
Awesome work! Thank you!
heresplanb on August 16, 2011:
Great hub lots of useful information.
cowtowngirl77 on August 09, 2011:
Good hub, very informative.
Carolyn Moe on July 23, 2011:
Reviewit4u on July 20, 2011:
I notice that Internet marketing is not listed, lol. Great hub.
Patty Inglish MS (author) from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on July 20, 2011:
Because Monsanto has a legal control on all the seeds. Chemically treated so you can't save seed from a harvest and plant it next year. Won't It is going to be WAY expensive to be a large-farm farmer.
Heirloom seeds you can plant year-to-year are the way urban and small farmers are going.
AgesMGMT from New York on July 19, 2011:
interesting, I was just reading in Time magazine that one of the new jobs to watch is being a Farmer. Trade in your suit and tie for some boots and a trailer haha. But seriously if you think about it it makes sense, the food supply is decreasing and the population is increasing. Why wouldn't being a farmer be a great position to be in 2020.
Olaguma from Slovenia on July 19, 2011:
Great Hub... it would be interesting to watch tourism industry too.
gagagh on July 19, 2011:
It seems that people that have specific skill sets bring in higher pay checks then people that are in more generic jobs.
moneymake on July 18, 2011:
Great article, success requires a lot of planning and forethought.
Obscure_Treasures from USA on July 17, 2011:
Great job.looks like U have really bend Ur back 2 gather such informations.A job in UNDP or Unicef can also be very High salary Ones or Microsoft,Apple nd Bose