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Career Colleges and Vocational Schools in Vermont

 

Trade Schools in Vermont

Vermont has three of the top four fastest-growing occupations that earn a median wage above $66,000 per year (as of the Bureau of Labor Statistics' May 2009 data). A great place to live and work, the state offers a wealth of outdoor activities, historic sites rich with culture, and a high quality of life outside of the office.

The BLS reports these as the fastest-growing occupations in Vermont, followed by their projected increase in demand from 2008 to 2018 and the corresponding median annual wage in parentheses: network systems and data communication analysts (62 percent $66,780); personal and home care aides (47 percent, $21,470); computer software engineers, applications (41 percent, $74,560); and computer software engineers, systems software (39 percent, $83,950). The bulk of those employed in Vermont work in service-providing industries, and the education and health services professions also appear to be going strong. With low unemployment--think 5.8 percent as of December 2010, as published by the Vermont Department of Labor--the state seems to be flourishing in challenging economic times. And, with studies demonstrating that individuals with postsecondary training and degrees are likely to discover broader career opportunities, along with increased earning potential, there's no time like the present to enroll at one of the trade schools in Vermont.

Why choose trade schools in Vermont?

From four full seasons and endless outdoor adventures to a cultural scene rich in art and history, Vermont has something for everyone. According to 2009 U.S. Census Bureau estimates, this state is home to more than 621,000 people, and witnessing slow but steady growth. The median annual wage in Vermont is $32,720, according to BLS figures. As you explore Burlington, Rutland, Montpelier and every rolling hill in-between, one of the trade schools in Vermont can help you discover the skills to succeed in this beautiful state.

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