7 Most In-Demand Careers in Washington State in 2022

In 2017, Atlas Staffing employment agency said that these 7 careers were most in demand in Washington state:
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  • Chiropractor
  • Industrial Cleaning Professionals
  • Massage Therapists
  • EMTs and Ambulance Drivers
  • Physical Therapists/Physical Therapist Aides
  • Engineers

At the time, these careers typically offer annual salaries between $28,000 to $105,000.

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From my own observations, I would think that nurses, and teachers, would be amongst the top in-demand careers needed in Washington but the Employment Security Department begs to differ.

Here are the 7 most in-demand careers in Washington state for 2022.

1.
MARKETING MANAGERS

Marketing Manager
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PUBLIC RELATIONS AND FUNDRAISING MANAGERS

Public Relations Manager
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FINANCIAL MANAGERS

Financial Manager
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COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS MANAGERS

Compensation and Benefits Manager
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ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING MANAGERS

Architectural Engineer
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MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES MANAGERS

Medical Managers
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NATURAL SCIENCES MANAGERS

Natural Sciences Manager
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