5 sectors to watch

The global economy remains in flux, and with it, the project job landscape. But project professionals in the right geographic areas, with the right skills, in the right sectors have a distinct edge. This article looks at five interesting sectors. In doing so, it provides a sector-by-sector breakdown of project management opportunities and identifies where the jobs are and the skills that are needed to get them. The sectors explored in the article include these: technology, healthcare, infrastructure, renewable energy and finance. Each sector discussion begins with an industry outlook and concludes with a sidebar detailing how to land the job. Accompanying the article is a special section highlighting statistics related to each sector.
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