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Employment Projections

Occupational Projections

How to view PDF files

  • Sommers, Dixie, and Morisi, Teresa L., "Employment projections through the lens of education and training," Monthly Labor Review, April 2012, pp.13-28. (PDF)
  • Lockard, C. Brett, and Wolf, Michael, "Occupational employment projections to 2020," Monthly Labor Review, January 2012. (PDF)
  • Lacey, T. Alan, and Wright, Benjamin, "Occupational employment projections to 2018," Monthly Labor Review, November 2009, pp. 82-123. (PDF)
  • Dohm, Arlene, and Shniper, Lynn, "Occupational employment projections to 2016," Monthly Labor Review, November 2007, pp. 86-105. (PDF)
  • Hecker, Daniel, "Occupational employment projections to 2014," Monthly Labor Review, November 2005, pp. 70-101. (PDF)
  • Hecker, Daniel, "Occupational employment projections to 2012," Monthly Labor Review, February 2004, pp. 80-105. (PDF)

Job Outlook in Brief

Outlook by Education

  • Liming, Drew and Wolf, Michael, "Job outlook by education, 2006–16," Occupational Outlook Quarterly, Fall 2008, pp. 2-29. (PDF)
  • Moncarz, Roger and Crosby, Olivia, "The 2004–14 job outlook for people who don't have a bachelor's degree," Occupational Outlook Quarterly, Fall 2006, pp. 27-41. (PDF)
  • Moncarz, Roger and Crosby, Olivia, "The 2004–14 job outlook for college graduates," Occupational Outlook Quarterly, Fall 2006, pp. 42-57. (PDF)
  • Moncarz, Roger and Crosby, Olivia, "Job outlook for people who don't have a bachelor's degree," Occupational Outlook Quarterly, Winter 2004–2005, pp. 2-13. (PDF)
  • Lacey, Jill N. and Crosby, Olivia, "Job outlook for college graduates," Occupational Outlook Quarterly, Winter 2004–2005, pp. 15-27. (PDF)

Availability

Issues of the Monthly Labor Review from 1982 to the present are available online. Earlier issues are out of print but should be available at a Federal Depository Library. An archive of Occupational Outlook Quarterly articles is available online, beginning with the Spring 1999 issue.

 

Last Modified Date: September 28, 2020