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City careers on the move: Occupations in urban transportation

| January 2022

Many types of workers keep people moving in and around cities. Learn about some of their occupations in this article.

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Projected openings in occupations that require a college degree

Thousands of projected openings, 5 career fields, 50 occupations requiring a degree. Find out what they are.

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Linking college majors to careers

A new resource in the Occupational Outlook Handbook highlights employment data by field of degree.

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Personal chef

Personal chef image From cooking with her grandmother to becoming a small-business owner, Linda Berns has always found joy in preparing food.

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Some growth projected for the U.S. economy, 2020–30

Lackluster growth of the labor force from 2020 to 2030 is expected to affect growth of the economy. But other factors should lead to some gains.

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STEM education facilitator

STEM education facilitator image Trina Coleman doesn’t just help students understand science, math, engineering, and technology concepts. She also helps them gain confidence in these subjects.

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