The Employment Projections (EP) program develops information about the labor market for the Nation as a whole for 10 years in the future.
Check out the highlights of the 2022–32 projections, including the fastest growing occupations overall, the occupations expected to have the most new jobs, the fastest growing occupations that require a bachelor's degree or more, and the fastest growing occupations that require some postsecondary education. (This video has background music but no spoken words.)
Click the graphic to enlarge chart: Projected Annual Rate of Change in Industry Employment, 2022-32.
Click the graphic to enlarge chart: Labor Force Share, by Age Group, 2002, 2012, 2022, and Projected 2032.
Total employment is projected to grow by almost 4.7 million from 2022 to 2032. This
growth is driven primarily by growth in the health care and social assistance sector.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) now features the 2022-32 projections.
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