Career consultants Alexandra Levit and Laurence Shatkin took a looked at the hottest career trends and came up with a list of the top 10 careers for women in 2014 and beyond.
Why are these the best jobs specifically for women?
As a group, women are still underpaid in relation to their male counterparts doing the same job. This is particularly true of those holding college degrees. This list includes both professions where females dominate, such as interior design, and jobs where the wage gap is particularly large.
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