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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Area Title Base Projected Change %Change Avg. Annl Openings Sort ascending
United States Nurse Practitioners 189,100 242,400 53,300 28.2 16,900
New York Nurse Practitioners 15,480 21,870 6,390 41.3 1,640
California Nurse Practitioners 15,100 19,700 4,600 30.5 1,390
Texas Nurse Practitioners 12,460 16,430 3,970 31.9 1,170
Florida Nurse Practitioners 11,100 15,200 4,100 36.9 1,110
Illinois Nurse Practitioners 8,160 10,700 2,540 31.1 760
Tennessee Nurse Practitioners 7,470 10,060 2,590 34.7 730
Georgia Nurse Practitioners 6,260 8,850 2,590 41.4 660
Ohio Nurse Practitioners 7,720 9,620 1,900 24.6 650
Pennsylvania Nurse Practitioners 6,500 8,220 1,720 26.5 570
New Jersey Nurse Practitioners 6,250 8,010 1,760 28.2 560
Massachusetts Nurse Practitioners 7,360 8,550 1,190 16.2 540
Washington Nurse Practitioners 4,030 5,180 1,150 28.5 480
Indiana Nurse Practitioners 4,930 6,380 1,450 29.4 450
Virginia Nurse Practitioners 4,880 6,380 1,500 30.7 450
North Carolina Nurse Practitioners 4,800 6,260 1,460 30.4 440
Missouri Nurse Practitioners 4,580 5,940 1,360 29.7 420
Maryland Nurse Practitioners 3,870 5,220 1,350 34.9 390
Michigan Nurse Practitioners 4,590 5,330 740 16.1 340
Colorado Nurse Practitioners 3,040 4,400 1,360 44.7 330
Minnesota Nurse Practitioners 3,950 4,860 910 23 330
Alabama Nurse Practitioners 3,800 4,720 920 24.2 320
Kentucky Nurse Practitioners 3,270 4,000 730 22.3 270
Wisconsin Nurse Practitioners 3,050 3,750 700 23 250
Connecticut Nurse Practitioners 3,020 3,640 620 20.5 240
Oregon Nurse Practitioners 2,220 2,930 710 32 210
Arizona Nurse Practitioners 1,670 2,520 850 50.9 200
South Carolina Nurse Practitioners 2,340 2,940 600 25.6 200
Arkansas Nurse Practitioners 1,970 2,590 620 31.5 190
Kansas Nurse Practitioners 2,460 2,910 450 18.3 190
Utah Nurse Practitioners 1,720 2,310 590 34.3 170
Oklahoma Nurse Practitioners 1,800 2,150 350 19.4 140
Iowa Nurse Practitioners 1,360 1,770 410 30.1 130
Maine Nurse Practitioners 1,310 1,580 270 20.6 110
New Hampshire Nurse Practitioners 1,170 1,520 350 29.9 110
Puerto Rico Nurse Practitioners 1,180 1,540 360 30.5 110
West Virginia Nurse Practitioners 1,130 1,410 280 24.8 100
Nebraska Nurse Practitioners 1,170 1,400 230 19.7 90
New Mexico Nurse Practitioners 1,050 1,340 290 27.6 90
Delaware Nurse Practitioners 780 1,020 240 30.8 70
District of Columbia Nurse Practitioners 870 1,080 210 24.1 70
Nevada Nurse Practitioners 740 1,010 270 36.5 70
Montana Nurse Practitioners 680 860 180 26.5 60
Rhode Island Nurse Practitioners 910 1,040 130 14.3 60
North Dakota Nurse Practitioners 510 670 160 31.4 50
South Dakota Nurse Practitioners 550 700 150 27.3 50
Hawaii Nurse Practitioners 420 520 100 23.8 40
Vermont Nurse Practitioners 560 650 90 16.1 40
Mississippi Nurse Practitioners 3,640 3,900 260 7.1 30
Wyoming Nurse Practitioners 300 390 90 30 30
Alaska Nurse Practitioners 350 380 30 8.6 20
Idaho Nurse Practitioners 780 970 190 24.4 20
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