Since the end of 2020, 8.5 million jobs have been created in the U.S. There were nearly 10.7 million job openings as of this year.
Associated Builders and Contractors in February 2022 predicted the need for 650,000 additional workers over the year to meet labor demand in the field.
The sector, which has been expanding faster than the economy as a whole, is projected to grow 4% through 2025
The industry is expected to grow at more than 8% between 2020 and 2030, almost five times faster than the average growth for all employment
Now cargo and passenger airlines are adding jobs. Commuting networks saw ridership plummet and some are still experiencing reduced ridership.
Police and sheriff’s patrol officers, janitors and cleaners, secretaries and administrative assistants, office clerks, and firefighters topped the list.
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