8. Instructional Designer
Instructional designers basically create methods and learning experiences – mostly known as e-learning – for a certain group of people. In other words, they design courses or programs as well as instructional material to enhance the learning process; and lastly, they also evaluate the impact each course has. Instructional design is an expanding area that’s becoming more and more successful as technology develops. In order to be an instructional designer, you need to communicate effectively, be resourceful and have a good grasp of how people learn as well as the subject you’ll be actually instructing on. The salary is $66,040 and the number of job openings 782.