Long-Term Occupational Projections (2018-2028)

Use this page to sort, search, filter, and export long term projections. To sort the data select the header of the column to sort. Data can be filtered by entering a specific state name, or occupational title. Use "Double Quotes" to search for an exact term. If the table below is empty when a particular state is entered, that state has not yet submitted projections. If a particular occupation does not show up this means there is no publicly available projection for that occupation in the area specified.

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Additional information and resources are available on each State's website, and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics website. More information about occupational details can be found on the O*NET Online website.

About the Long Term Projections.

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Area Title Base Projected Change %Change Avg. Annl Openings
Washington Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians 460 500 40 8.7 60
Washington Aerospace Engineers 7,260 7,740 480 6.6 590
Washington Agricultural Engineers 10 10 0 0 0
Washington Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers 2,550 2,960 410 16.1 370
Washington Architectural and Engineering Managers 4,610 5,070 460 10 440
Washington Biomedical Engineers 620 700 80 12.9 60
Washington Chemical Engineers 640 690 50 7.8 50
Washington Civil Engineering Technicians 1,600 1,720 120 7.5 190
Washington Civil Engineers 13,220 14,280 1,060 8 1,290
Washington Computer Hardware Engineers 2,110 2,470 360 17.1 240
Washington Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians 2,400 2,560 160 6.7 270
Washington Electrical Engineers 6,390 6,990 600 9.4 570
Washington Electronics Engineers, Except Computer 3,590 3,760 170 4.7 280
Washington Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary 660 810 150 22.7 90
Washington Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other 2,490 2,610 120 4.8 280
Washington Engineers, All Other 3,480 3,720 240 6.9 300
Washington Environmental Engineering Technicians 380 420 40 10.5 50
Washington Environmental Engineers 2,130 2,390 260 12.2 220
Washington Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors 580 710 130 22.4 70
Washington Industrial Engineering Technicians 1,810 1,880 70 3.9 200
Washington Industrial Engineers 7,580 9,010 1,430 18.9 860
Washington Locomotive Engineers 440 490 50 11.4 50
Washington Marine Engineers and Naval Architects 610 650 40 6.6 40
Washington Materials Engineers 1,080 1,180 100 9.3 90
Washington Mechanical Engineering Technicians 1,090 1,180 90 8.3 130
Washington Mechanical Engineers 8,020 8,980 960 12 770
Washington Mining and Geological Engineers, Including Mining Safety Engineers 50 50 0 0 0
Washington Nuclear Engineers 1,410 1,520 110 7.8 110
Washington Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators 9,540 9,970 430 4.5 1,220
Washington Petroleum Engineers 90 90 0 0 10
Washington Sales Engineers 610 720 110 18 100
Washington Ship Engineers 1,160 1,190 30 2.6 150
Washington Sound Engineering Technicians 180 210 30 16.7 30
Washington Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators 540 580 40 7.4 70
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