In a recent Business Review studies into the fastest growing jobs of 2013, property and real estate came out on top!
The rise of property value in major Australian cities and the speed of the industry has accounted for the real estate sectors 25 percent increase in popularity.
Employees in the industry say they enjoy flexible hours, the freedom of planning their own day and the social element of the job. Real Estate agents also have an excellent work-life balance.
Real Estate agents if good at their job can ear over $100,000 a year in a job that doesn’t require a university education.
Property and real estate jobs were closely followed by marketing jobs, voluntary and social work, health workers, banking and finance, education, hospitality and tourism, customer service, retail and government jobs.