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Long-Term Occupational Projections in New York City

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The following information is from the New York State Department of Labor.

Long-term occupational employment projections represent an extensive and valuable data source for those interested in future employment patterns. It is important to note they measure only occupational demand. When exploring career options, employment projections are most useful when used with other types of data, such as supply of workers in a particular occupation, educational requirements, wages, etc. It is also important to note that these projections are intended to capture long-term occupational trends, and are not designed to reflect short-term business cycle fluctuations in the New York State economy.

Current regional projections cover the 2008-2018 period. The data is updated every two years.

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The above information is Occupational Projections in New York City. You can learn about U.S. Employment Projections from the Job Search Central blog post, Where the Jobs Are: U.S. Employment Projections.

Please note that Lisa Boily of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics will discuss techniques for effectively managing your job search or career transition on Thursday, August 22, 2013 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in Conference Room 018, at the Science, Industry and Business Library. She will present Fastest Growing Jobs, Long–Term Projections and Factors Driving Job Growth into 2020.

For information on education and employment, please visit Job Search Central at 188 Madison Avenue and 34th Street.

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