- master's or
What I am doing is really the kind of work that should be tackled using some of the software libraries for natural language processing and other more advanced analysis. However, as a preliminary look I have simply eliminated many insignificant words (so-called stopwords such as 'a', 'excellent' and 'previous') and counted the occurrences of the remaining words in the two-line records. Here are the top results.
43 management, administration
27 development, analyst
25 education, electrical
24 director, professional, sales
21 environment, services, communication
20 design, corporate
18 technical, analytical
17 finance, research
16 environmental, marketing, clinical
14 information, including, supplemented, financial, planning, engineers, bc
13 social, human, organizational
12 developer, geotechnical
11 public, systems, architect, civil
Caution: I wouldn't invest much money or time on the basis of this set of results alone. However, it is apparent that there is a lot of interest in people with advanced degrees in engineering, science, accounting, health and business administration. Although, in my opinion, one is best to follow one's own interests and abilities this is a partial answer to the question posed on LinkedIn.