Millennials’ Growth Prospects: Top 3 Occupations for the Next 2 Decades – Part 1

Money isn’t the sole motivator for a person to take up a new job in the new economy. Portfolio Wealth Global’s founders are 33 and 36 years old, and they know a massive trend for new jobs, especially with marijuana legalization presenting an incredible opportunity.

Millennials constitute the majority of the workforce now, and their perspective of the workplace differs considerably from previous generations.

The “time is money” mantra no longer applies to them. Instead, they consider it a limited resource – one that is to be spent judiciously and managed actively.

Millennials are not interested in working traditional nine-to-five jobs, but that unsustainable debt burden the U.S. faces hasn’t allowed them to prosper as a group thus far.

They invest their time in acquiring knowledge and skills that enable them to grow both professionally and personally.

They feel comfortable in jobs that emphasize social causes and give them a sense of purpose. The best part is that there are lots of unique industries in the U.S. that align perfectly with these criteria, making them a suitable industry for Millennials.

In 2016, the overall economy led to the addition of 2.24 million new jobs, but many of these were low-paying and part-time jobs. This is all changing in 2017.

Many Millennials choose to be Cutting-Edgers and pursue careers in which revolutionary products are regularly developed.

January marked the 76th consecutive month for positive job growth, making it the longest on record, but this only impresses a few people since, again, these are mainly part-time jobs because the ACA regulated businesses in extraordinary ways.

This is all changing under Trump, and full-time jobs will be coming back to America in droves in 2017.

Portfolio Wealth Global has, in the past 8 months, profiled high-yield stocks (above 7.5% dividends), a biotechnology company that has gone up 60%, a marijuana company that has doubled since September, and our Globeionaire members of the free 365 Global Wealth newsletter will get access to advanced publishing plethora, including the top 3 occupations for Millennials.

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