Manpower Survey just released their survey of jobs that companies have trouble filing. These positions are ones that range from requiring no skills to some that require degrees and advanced training. The whole idea starts with supply and demand, except in this case there is a high demand with very little supply, giving employees looking for work the advantage of finding something that pays accordingly.
The idea behind the results show that for some areas the case is true and for other areas, the case is hard to prove. If you were told to major in something because it was popular at the time that was probably not good advice. If you are following a career because it provides reliable job placement in the end and it is something you enjoy doing then the hard work will be worth it in the end.
In the results that they posted in the survey the market fluctuates so much that it’s hard to know when they will be hiring again. According to the results here you will see why some fields are hard to fill and why some peak and then drop. I listed the results from 2013 and 2014 along with an article written by Forbes for further clarification. If you want to be a part of the discussion you can vote on whether or not you agree with the results.