U.S. News reveals 2022 Best Jobs list — and here’s why information security analyst is No. 1

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U.S. News & World Report’s senior editor for consumer advice, Antonio Barbera, joins “CBS Mornings” to exclusively reveal the publication’s list of best jobs for 2022. He shares the criteria used to rank these occupations and explains why tech and healthcare jobs hold the top spots.

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  1. Cut the crap 💩 all that is a lie no is hiring people those dumb business want the government attention so they want the money for them self’s..!!

  2. I’m an IT Security Consultant and let me tell you, it’s a great career! I’m thrilled to see the growth of the InfoSec field.

  3. usa is the biggest waster of gas in the world

    its a big problem

    In its relentless pursuit of oil, the shale industry burns more and more gas into the air. This wasted gas exceeds the yearly demand of nations such as Colombia.

    The rate of flaring in the Permian basin reached a record high in the first three months of this year, averaging 661 million cubic feet per day (MMcfd), according to Rystad Energy. That is more than double the amount of flaring for the same period from a year earlier.

    boycott usa until they stop wasting all the gas we have

    boycott usa today

  4. Now hiring I remember when that was a thing OK then I pick not register let the long haulers be yelled at n deal wit the dissatisfied customers they're bond to bring weapons

  5. Makes me happy because I’m about to finish my associates abs going to start my degree in cyber security!

  6. Wow! Thanks mandate. You really cleared the market and created a void Joe Biden.

  7. I enjoy my job, I started my own business and my freedom unlimited.

  8. What about dog walker? 🐶 lots of dogs out there 🐩 🐕

  9. I just wanna work from home.

  10. The Jobs are there. They left out the word 'Toxic' & 'Low-wage' aka 'chet jobs' from the sentence.

    People desire office jobs in certain fields. Mainly deling with projects, data, SAAS, Data-mining, Tech, designing, etc.
    Also they want remote work. That's how the cookie crumbles.

    A majority became YouTubers. Or part of the YouTube Syndicate. The worker is basically done of the BS & want more out of life. Sure, live within your means, but you don't have to settle for BS.

  11. Damn i need to switch back to being a hacker from software engineer

  12. All jobs that will be done by robots and AI within a decade.

  13. No one wants to work in healthcare when people refuse to get vaccinated!

  14. THE RENT IS TOO DAMN HIGH!

  15. No one wants to work, this is part of Biden's plan to collapse America and WW3 starts then people will be drafted.
    Let's go Brandon.

  16. Chaos in WA State, wake up Patriots! Bill Filed In Washington State Would Authorize ‘Strike Force’ To ‘Involuntarily Detain’ Unvaccinated Families – Zoom Meeting on Proposed Agenda on Jan. 21, ’22 …UPDATE: WA Releases Statement

    By Alicia Powe

    Published January 8, 2022 at 8:20pm

    The Washington State Board of Health may soon amend state law to authorize the involuntary detainment of residents as young as 5 years old in Covid-19 “internment camps” for failing to comply with the state’s experimental vaccine mandate.

    WAC 246-100-040, a proposed revision to include Covid protocol under the state’s Communicable and Certain Other Diseases act, outlines “Procedures for isolation or quarantine.” The measure would allow local health officers “at his or her sole discretion” to “issue an emergency detention order causing a person or group of persons to be immediately detained for purposes of isolation or quarantine.”

    Health officers are required to provide documentation proving unvaccinated residents subject to detention have denied “requests for medical examination, testing, treatment, counseling, vaccination, decontamination of persons or animals, isolation, quarantine and inspection and closure of facilities” prior to involuntarily confinement in quarantine facilities, the resolution states.