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20 industries hiring the most workers in 2020 that all job seekers should consider

Healthcare and other services targeted to an aging population are poised to hire thousands of workers over the next decade.

15 American jobs that have boomed since Trump became president

Breweries, mental health practitioners' offices, and oil and gas extraction have all seen increases in employment in the last two and a half years.
US President Donald Trump delivers remarks during a campaign rally at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

15 jobs that have practically disappeared since Trump became president

Insurance claims adjusters, toy stores, and newspaper publishers have all seen large drops in employment since January 2017.

20 high-paying jobs requiring a bachelor’s degree that are set to boom in the next 10 years

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that nurse practitioners, veterinarians, and actuaries are set to add lots of new jobs in the next decade.
Reporters and correspondents are projected to have a 12.1% decline in employment between 2018 and 2028.

14 jobs requiring a bachelor’s degree that might not be around in 10 years

Getting a college degree is an important step in many careers, but not every occupation that requires one is set to grow.

The 20 fastest-disappearing jobs in America

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, these jobs are projected to lose huge numbers of employees by 2028. Goodbye, mail delivery.
The number of jobs in nanotechnology research and development grew by 9.3% between January and September 2019.

The 20 most popular jobs of 2019

Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we found the 20 industries with the most job growth between January and September 2019.
Forest-fire inspectors and prevention specialists earn an average of $49,610 a year.

It’s National First Responders Day. Here’s how much the average American makes in 19 life-saving jobs.

Lifeguards tend to make a relatively low annual salary, while firefighters and police officers are well compensated on average.

‘Wow America’: Trump questions how he can be impeached with US employment at a 50-year low

The US unemployment rate fell to 3.5% in September, marking the lowest level since 1969.

20 blue-collar jobs that will be all the rage in 2028

The future's bright for carpenters and plumbers: These high-paying jobs will see growth in the next decade, and they don't require a college degree.