Don't know why Kiplinger had to go on and pick an unlucky number. It's not like the employment scene needs another jinx. But anyway, here are the 13 jobs for the next decade, as selected by their jobs columnist Marty Nemko. The vast majority of them are handmaidens of the federal government -- education, research and health care.

I personally look forward to our brave new world of genetic counselors:

With personal DNA sequencing ever more informative and affordable, people face many more gene-related decisions. For example, if your genome doubles your risk of breast cancer, should you have a prophylactic mastectomy? Or if you're pregnant and a test reveals your baby has the gene for a disease that has a 50-50 chance of being serious, should you abort? Genetic counselors help people decide what to do.

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