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Friday, August 2, 2013

Occupations with the largest job growth

Today's jobs report shows once again that there is no growth in the manufacturing sector. The trend in job creation over the next decade is aimed totally at the aging population: Registered Nurses, Home Health Aides and Personal Care Aides. The traditional injuries over the past century brought before workers' compensation program will be changing from manufacturing to health care services. The high union wages/rates will be changed and adapted to lower paying positions with lower wages/rates of compensation being paid. Today's post was shared by Steven Greenhouse and comes from www.bls.gov

This table also can be found in the article, "Occupational Employment Projections to 2020," published in the January 2012 MonthlyLabor Review.

Other available formats: [XLS]Table 1.4: Occupations with the most job growth, 2010 and projected 2020

(Numbers in thousands)

00-0000Total, All Occupations143,068.2163,537.120,468.914.3$33,840
29-1111
Registered Nurses
2,737.43,449.3711.926.064,690
41-2031
Retail Salespersons
4,261.64,968.4706.816.620,670
31-1011
Home Health Aides
1,017.71,723.9706.369.420,560
39-9021
Personal Care Aides
861.01,468.0607.070.519,640
43-9061
Office Clerks, General
2,950.73,440.2489.516.626,610
35-3021
Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food
2,682.13,080.1398.014.817,950
43-4051
Customer Service Representatives
2,187.32,525.6338.415.530,460
53-3032
Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers
1,604.81,934.9330.120.637,770
53-7062
Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand
2,068.22,387.3319.115.423,460
25-1000
Postsecondary Teachers
1,756.02,061.7305.717.445,690
31-1012
Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants
1,505.31,807.2302.020.124,010
39-9011
Childcare Workers
1,282.31,544.3262.020.419,300
43-3031
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks
1,898.32,157.4259.013.634,030
41-2011
Cashiers
3,362.63,612.8250.27.418,500
25-2021
Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education
1,476.51,725.3248.816.851,660
43-4171
Receptionists and Information Clerks
1,048.51,297.0248.523.725,240
37-2011
Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners
2,310.42,556.8246.4...


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