High Demand
Occupations
High Demand
STEM Occupations
High Earning
Occupations
Source: Economic Modeling Specialists Intl. (EMSI)

Estimated employment change and turnover for occupations requiring some college level education projected 2019 & 2028. Openings are a combination of two types of data:
  1. Job Growth an employer experiences greater demand for its products and hires new employees to increase production.
  2. Replacement Needs an employer hires replacement workers for employees who leave the workforce or change occupations.
Projected 2019 -to- 2028

Earnings: Based on one year average salary (2019).
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