jan-10-blog-picDo you have strong oral and written communication skills? Do you enjoy compiling information and sharing your ideas and skills with others? If so, you may want to consider a career as a training and development specialist. According to O*Net, a specialist evaluates a group’s training needs and designs and delivers training programs to an organization’s staff.  Most people in this job category hold a Bachelor’s degree, but there is no specific major one needs to complete to enter this occupation. The median wage for training specialists was $58, 210 in 2015, and projected job growth is average at five to eight percent. The top industries for employment in this occupation include health care and social services and professional, scientific, and technical services.

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