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Labor Market and Demographic Analysis: A National Picture of Short-term Employment Growth by Skill

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Document date: June 20, 2012
Released online: June 20, 2012

Abstract

Over the next five years, employment growth is projected to be slightly higher for jobs that require both the lowest and highest levels of education, although job growth is modest to slow across the board. The prospects for low-skill workers in the short-term are best in the leisure and hospitality sector and the professional and business services sector, with additional jobs appearing in construction as that sector continues to recover. A companion portrait of unemployed workers highlights that a disproportionate number of those seeking work are low-skilled.

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Metro-Level Picture of Short-term Employment Growth by Skill

Atlanta, GA

Billings, MO

Cincinnati, OH

Cleveland, OH

Denver, CO

Des Moines, IA

Honolulu, HI

Memphis, TN

Miami, FL

Minneapolis, MN

Nashville, TN

New York City, NY

Orlando, FL

Philadelphia, PA

Phoenix, AZ

Portland, ME

Raleigh, NC

Richmond, VA

San Jose, CA

Seattle, WA

St. Louis, MO

Youngstown, OH



Topics/Tags: | Cities and Neighborhoods | Employment


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