Financial education, nursing education and education consultants jobs for students, graduates and new graduates are rapidly becoming available in the United States.
According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, there were 1.3 million career training jobs in the U.S. in 2017, a 3.6% increase from 2016.
And more than 1 million of these were related to financial education and training.
This infographic by CNET shows the number of job postings for a full-time financial education advisor position for an undergraduate degree in education and the related career related training.
In addition, CNET identified more than 300,000 job postings related to an educational consultant role.
The number of career related positions has increased over the past few years, and this is driven by the emergence of an education and technology industry that employs thousands of individuals.
In 2016, the number was 990,000, according to the American Council on Education.
This year, the total number of positions posted for a degree in educational and related professional training increased by more than 200,000 to 945,000.
According, the average age of the job posting is 31.
And while that figure is still far below the average of 35, it is significantly above the average for those who have completed their college degree.
This is a good sign for employers who are interested in hiring people with a college degree in the future.
According the CareerCast report, there are now more than 16 million people with college degrees in the country, with about half of those in the education and professional areas.