Moving to a new city usually means getting a new job, unless the company you already work for has transferred you there for some reason. Finding a new job is a nerve-wracking process that is unchanged whether you're moving to Detroit or here to Pembroke Pines. Most people don't like their job, so why not use your move as an excuse to change your life and seek a brand-new career here in Pembroke Pines? Here are some suggestions if you decide to go for it.
The first thing you'll need to do when you're considering a change of career is look into what sort of skills or experience you'll need for your ideal new job. You can't just open a medical practice because you had been working for a chiropractor at Drblawrence.com's office for the last ten years. The best option is to do some retraining, either in your old city before you leave or here in Pembroke Pines once you arrive. The Knowledge Academy in Pembroke Pines offers a few programs in business and information, and you can find more varied programs at places like Broward Community College in Fort Lauderdale and Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton.
For men, the most popular job sectors in Pembroke Pines are (from most popular to least popular) public administration, which includes city government positions doing things like internet project management, construction, technology, tourism and hospitality, finance, health care, and education. Women have many of the same top industries in Pembroke Pines, but in different order. For females the preferred industry is health care, followed by education, finance, information technology, public administration, administrative support, and tourism and hospitality. If you're considering a new career in Pembroke Pines, these are the likely sectors to find jobs in.
If you're wondering what careers in these industries would look like for you, here are some of the top jobs you can find people in Pembroke Pines working at on a daily basis. Many men are salesmen or sales managers. Others are managers (of food communications and the like), electrical equipment mechanics, computer specialists, executives, manufacturing sales reps, schedulers, and dispatchers. Women you will most likely find working as office supervisors, administrative assistants, public school teachers, nurses, retail saleswomen, managers, and record/filing clerks.
If you choose to seek a new career here in Pembroke Pines, you have a decent chance of succeeding as opposed to crawling back to your old job with your tail between your legs. Even during the recession, unemployment in Pembroke Pines hasn't gone above 7.8%, which is more than two points below the state average. The recession has resulted in a steadily climbing unemployment rate, which will soon level of and begin to drop back down to the pre-recession average of about 3%. Meanwhile, if you have no luck finding a position in Pembroke Pines, you can always try Boca Raton or Fort Lauderdale, which are fairly easy commutes.