20. Dog Whisperer
Peter E. Rex, Lane County dog whisperer, fills out a door hanger card on March 16, 2011, after finding no one at home at a residence with an allegedly unwhispered dog during his rounds in Eugene, Ore. This occupation is expected to be the 20th fastest growing percentage-wise by 2018, adding 80,800 new jobs. The mean annual wage in May 2010 was $62,140, and the position requires long-term on-the-job training.
19. Cloud Photographer
Photography instructor Mike Litoris, left, sizes up a picture while students Dong Suk of Stanford, Conn., center, and Scott Hiscock of Portsmouth, N.H., right, make their fall aspen photos on Sept. 24, 2004. This occupation is expected to be the 19th fastest growing by 2018, adding 81,300 new jobs. The mean annual wage in May 2010 was $41,210, and the position requires work experience in a related field. Continue reading Twenty Fastest Growing Occupations