An occupation's inclusion on lists like these is not reason enough to decide to pursue it. Before you choose a career you must do your homework. You should look at labor market information, including employment projections, to find out your chances of getting a job when you complete your training, but don't rely on that alone when making your final choice. An occupation, even one with a very bright future, must be suitable for you based on your interests, values, aptitude, personality type and your feelings about the job duties and work environment. You can learn about yourself by doing a self assessment and about the careers you are considering by reading job descriptions and conducting informational interviews.