Industries Experiencing the Most Job Growth

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Occupations Adding the Most New Jobs 

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The following is a list from the Bureau of Labor Statistics displaying the twenty occupations with the highest projected number of new jobs over the next ten years. Click the links to learn more about each occupation.

Statistics like these can be useful for those who are thinking about a career change or even simply a lateral job change. This chart can loosely guide your search by showing you where the most jobs might be available, which could therefore increase your chances of getting hired.

Likewise, if you are considering a career change that requires additional education, knowing the projected volume of new jobs across various industries can help determine your direction.

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Projected New Jobs: 2016-26
Personal care aides 754,000
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 579,900
Registered nurses 437,000
Home health aides 425,600
Software developers, applications 253,400
Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 233,000
General and operations managers 205,900
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 200,800
Medical assistants 184,600
Waiters and waitresses 182,500
Nursing assistants 164,000
Construction laborers 153,300
Cooks, restaurant 145,300
Accountants and auditors 140,300
Market research analysts and marketing specialists 136,000
Customer service representatives 136,000
Medical secretaries 129,100
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 123,300
Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers 113,800
Maintenance and repair workers, general 112,700
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