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In 2014, project management practitioners will continue to be in high demand. What that means, the opportunities offered, the skills needed, will vary widely by sector and location. Both developed and emerging economies have the projects, they just need the right project practitioners. This article highlights six sectors facing differing challenges and economic outlooks, all of which have job opportunities for project practitioners. It discusses how energy, both renewable and traditional, are leading to some of the largest projects in the world. It notes how job seekers should look beyond the industry's major players and investigate positions with subcontractors and suppliers that support them. The article also examines the healthcare sector, noting that in the United States, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act have opened up the health insurance marketplace to more competition. It describes how change management skills are important in this sector and identifies the Next Eleven economies that repr
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