Forget about that image of librarian as a mousy bookworm. Librarians these days must be high-tech information sleuths, helping researchers plumb the oceans of information available in books and digital records. It’s an underrated career. Most librarians love helping patrons dig up information and, in the process, learning new things. Librarians may also go on shopping sprees, deciding which books and online resources to buy. They even get to put on performances, like children’s puppet shows, and run other programs, like book discussion groups for elders. On top of it all, librarians’ work hours are reasonable.
Also it is interesting to see usability/user experience specialist listed among others. I personally think usability specialist would be the most enjoyable career. However, the job market is still small, even in the next couple of years. Another computer-related career listed is system analyst. The criteria include job satisfaction, training difficulty, prestige, job market outlook, and pay.