If you are a cautious person and like to play it safe, then any of the below jobs will suit you very well. These jobs are always in demand regardless of the economic situation. Even though they are easy to find and always needed even in recession periods, the competition is relatively high, so nothing is perfect.
People will always need to learn so education remains as rich as always a field for jobs. These include but are not limited to classroom teachers, nursery teachers, assistant teachers, private tutors, curriculum developers, education consultants, and college professors.
As new diseases and viruses continue to emerge, demand for healthcare professionals continues to grow. These include but are not limited to nurses, lab technicians, pharmacists, doctors, dieticians, nutritionists, medical transcriptionists, and dental assistants.
With our lives being reliant on technology as never before, we will need a lot of people to keep networks, software, and apps up and running. IT will continue to boom in the foreseen future particularly for programmers, app developers, artificial intelligence experts, software engineers, network engineers, and information security consultants.
As if you didn't figure it out by now, people always need to eat. In difficult times and recessions, people tend to spend less on everything including food but they never stop eating. So jobs like chefs, butchers, bakers, waiters, waitresses, and restaurant supervisors are here to stay.
Because these jobs are considered crafts and rarely require a degree, there is a huge shortage of them. Also, these jobs revolve around the most critical things in our lives that we can't afford to live without. These include but are not limited to plumbers, electricians, gas technicians, mechanics, painters, carpenters, welders, and power line technicians.
We will always need people to enforce the laws we make. As long as people will try to work around them, these jobs will remain: security officers, police officers, firefighters, and CCTV surveillance officers.