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Iowa employers don’t need the skills many job seekers are bringing to the table. They’re looking for candidates with specialized in demand skills, and the only way they’re going to find these people is by luring them away from other employers.
If you’re a top flight engineer, technology salesperson, or HR professional – opportunity awaits you.
With that said the number one fastest growing job in Iowa is for retail clerks. Medical assisting offers numerous opportunities as a physician’s assistant, phlebotomist, and physical therapy assistant. There is a strong market for CNA’s to work in nursing homes and as home health care aids. Nurses are in demand all over the state.
Truck driver is a sure bet with many companies offering to provide free training to qualified candidates.
Computers careers are still hot. Network administrators and database administrators are needed all over the state. There is a strong demand for system analysts.
The financial services industry is bouncing back, and many insurance companies are looking for qualified salesmen. Brokerage services are recruiting again.