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Listen up millennials, the Young Invincibles have created a list of the top 25 most promising jobs just for you. Most, it seems, are STEM focused.

Among the top 10 jobs were many in the medical field, including physician assistants, therapists and dental hygienists. A good chunk are in the realm of research, including actuaries, computer and information research scientists, market research analysts and staticians. Biomedical engineers, nuclear engineers, elevator installers and petroleum engineers also made the top 10.

The study states that millennials do not just value a nice salary, but instead value work-life balance, social change and collaborative, creative effort. According to another study done by the Young Invincibles, "a non-partisan, non-profit organization that works to expand economic opportunity for young adults — ages 18 to 34 years old — through policy analysis and advocacy," according to its website, specified the four most popular sectors on the rise as construction, manufacturing, information and the finance.

A unique job that is popular among millennials is elevator installations and repair. Forbes concluded that 41 percent in the elevator installation and repairs profession are between the ages of 18 and 34. Their median income is $76,650 and the job growth in that particular field will be 25 percent by the year of 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects.

Top 10 most promising jobs

1. Physician assistants:

  • Growth by 2022: 38%
  • Median income: $90,930
  • Millennial share: 45%

2. Actuaries:

  • Growth by 2022: 26%
  • Median income: $93,680
  • Millennial share: 57%

3. (tie) Statisticians:

  • Growth by 2022: 27%
  • Median income: $75,560
  • Millennial share: 44%

4. (tie) Biomedical engineers:

  • Growth by 2022: 27%
  • Median income: $86,960
  • Millennial share: 43%

5. Computer and information research scientists:

  • Growth by 2022: 15%
  • Median income: $102,190
  • Millennial share: 45%

6. Market research analysts and marketing specialists:

  • Growth by 2022: 32%
  • Median income: $60,300
  • Millennial share: 44%

7. Nuclear engineers:

  • Growth by 2022: 9%
  • Median income: $104,270
  • Millennial share: 60%

8. Elevator installers and repairers:

  • Growth by 2022: 25%
  • Median income: $76,650
  • Millennial share: 41%

9. Petroleum engineers:

  • Growth by 2022: 26%
  • Median income: $130,289
  • Millennial share: 35%

10. (tie) Therapists:

  • Growth by 2022: 27%
  • Median income: $70,00
  • Millennial share: 37%

10. (tie) Dental hygienists:

  • Growth by 2022: 33%
  • Median income: $70,210
  • Millennial share: 37%

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Jean Racine is a Digital Producer for the Central Florida Future. Email him at jeanr@centralfloridafuture.com. Follow him on twitter at @jeangracine.

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