Provides an overview of industry and occupational employment projections for the 1994-2005 period. The discussion focuses on industries and occupations that will generate the largest portion of the projected job growth. This report also discusses the implications of employment growth on the quality of jobs in terms of earnings and on education and training requirements of jobs that will be generated over the 1994-2005 period. The projections have 4 primary components: labor force, economic growth, industry employment, and occupational employment.Automated credit card authorization data centers will cause significant reductions in utilization as businesses increase their use of credit card scanners. ... Small to moderate increases in related industries are expected as dance grows in popularity as a form of artistic expression. ... met through the employment of more hygienists and dental assistants. lncreased emphasis on product quality, safety, designanbsp;...
|Author||:||Neal H. Rosenthal, United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics|
|Publisher||:||United States Govt Printing Office - 1995-01-01|