There’s nothing quite like getting your feet wet, but if you’re in the business of applying for a job, you may want to keep your head down.
That’s because you’re probably not the type of person who is likely to put a resume on a website or fill out a form with job application questions.
It’s probably best to do the opposite: You want to be able to read a job description.
Asking to fill out an application is a bad idea, but you can do it anyway.
If you’re looking for a full-time job, here are the best and the worst jobs in 2019 for you to apply for.
Healthcare jobs As the U.S. economy gets healthier and better-paying, healthcare jobs are becoming more and more important.
But don’t let the job title make you think you’re a health-care professional.
In fact, the job you want is in the healthcare field.
The best healthcare jobs can pay $90,000 per year or more, according to PayScale, which estimates a salary of between $40,000 and $70,000 for a part-time, full-fledged doctor or specialist.
The most common types of healthcare jobs include: a.
Diagnostic lab technician The most important job for healthcare workers, lab technicians provide vital services like administering tests and performing diagnostic procedures.
They can be paid anywhere from $30,000 to $100,000 a year.
Laboratory technician A lab technician’s job includes analyzing and testing samples, performing lab tests and collecting samples.
They may earn up to $50,000 in salary annually, PayScale says.
Medical laboratory technician A medical lab technician performs tests on samples, collects samples and performs lab tests.
They typically earn between $30 and $50 a year, according the website.
Laboratory services technician A laboratory services technician provides laboratory services to labs, like running equipment, running the tests and providing other services like making and testing tests.
These jobs typically pay between $35 and $40 a year in salary, according PayScale.
Laboratory service technician A clinical laboratory service technician helps a patient care for a patient in the hospital.
They work closely with doctors and nurses and generally perform tests and perform lab work, according National Association of Laboratories.
They usually earn between between $50 and $60 a year per year, PayScore says.
Pharmacist As the price of prescription drugs continues to fall, many pharmacy technicians are working in drugstores.
Some jobs can be in stores, such as dispensing medication to customers and filling prescriptions, while others are in a pharmacy.
PayScale estimates the average pharmacy technician salary is $45,000.
The least common types are: a: Pharmacy assistant A pharmacy assistant helps customers in a store by taking orders, dispensing medications, and managing the inventory.
They generally earn between 20 and 50 a year depending on location.
b: Pharmacist assistants Help customers in pharmacies by helping them fill prescriptions, making deliveries, stocking shelves, and other tasks.
They earn between 25 and 40 a year according to the website PayScale