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Top jobs for millennials

By Remington College Posted April 6, 2020

The traits of millennials are oft talked about in the news and on the internet.

Born between 1981 and 1996, millennials are the generation between Gen X and what has become known as Gen Z, the youngest current cohort. Shaped by the time period in which they came of age, millennials have a few unique traits from other generations.

They remember 9/11 and grew up during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. They also largely entered the workforce during the Great Recession. They are a diverse generation and grew up during the internet explosion, but before the popularization of smartphones.

They are individualistic and driven by meaning and a desire to do good.

What does all of it mean? It could mean a lot for businesses and the labor market. Millennials are the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, making up 35 percent of the whole.

If you're one of those millennials and you're looking for the right career for you, consider these jobs, which draw on generational traits.

Whether you're a millennial who is just starting out or one who wants a career change, these jobs could be a fit. A technical school might be a great place to begin.1

1 Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates.

2 BLS statistics represent national job growth expectations and are not necessarily reflective of local market conditions.