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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About the Long Term Projections.

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Area Title Base Projected Change %Change Sort ascending Avg. Annl Openings
Utah Web Developers 1,860 2,520 660 35.5 230
Washington Web Developers 18,200 23,320 5,120 28.1 2,630
Colorado Web Developers 3,130 3,950 820 26.2 350
Nevada Web Developers 830 1,030 200 24.1 90
Texas Web Developers 9,780 11,820 2,040 20.9 1,030
Kentucky Web Developers 1,390 1,660 270 19.4 140
Oregon Web Developers 2,560 3,040 480 18.8 260
Arkansas Web Developers 540 640 100 18.5 50
South Carolina Web Developers 1,630 1,930 300 18.4 170
Florida Web Developers 8,730 10,290 1,560 17.9 880
North Carolina Web Developers 4,150 4,860 710 17.1 410
California Web Developers 16,200 18,900 2,700 16.7 1,610
Montana Web Developers 610 710 100 16.4 60
Missouri Web Developers 4,020 4,670 650 16.2 400
Tennessee Web Developers 1,990 2,310 320 16.1 200
New Mexico Web Developers 320 370 50 15.6 30
Virginia Web Developers 4,630 5,330 700 15.1 450
Arizona Web Developers 470 540 70 14.9 50
District of Columbia Web Developers 1,340 1,540 200 14.9 130
New Hampshire Web Developers 740 850 110 14.9 70
Maryland Web Developers 2,440 2,780 340 13.9 290
Nebraska Web Developers 1,080 1,230 150 13.9 100
Idaho Web Developers 730 830 100 13.7 10
Iowa Web Developers 1,460 1,660 200 13.7 140
Alabama Web Developers 1,060 1,200 140 13.2 100
Rhode Island Web Developers 530 600 70 13.2 50
United States Web Developers 160,500 181,400 20,900 13 15,100
New York Web Developers 13,420 15,160 1,740 13 1,260
South Dakota Web Developers 460 520 60 13 40
Indiana Web Developers 2,130 2,400 270 12.7 200
Puerto Rico Web Developers 550 620 70 12.7 50
West Virginia Web Developers 320 360 40 12.5 30
Georgia Web Developers 3,670 4,100 430 11.7 340
Massachusetts Web Developers 3,530 3,940 410 11.6 330
Illinois Web Developers 5,960 6,630 670 11.2 550
Wyoming Web Developers 190 210 20 10.5 20
Kansas Web Developers 1,090 1,200 110 10.1 100
Vermont Web Developers 520 570 50 9.6 50
Pennsylvania Web Developers 5,660 6,190 530 9.4 500
Wisconsin Web Developers 3,630 3,960 330 9.1 320
Delaware Web Developers 460 500 40 8.7 40
Hawaii Web Developers 350 380 30 8.6 30
Connecticut Web Developers 1,120 1,210 90 8 100
Oklahoma Web Developers 900 970 70 7.8 80
Minnesota Web Developers 3,620 3,830 210 5.8 300
Ohio Web Developers 4,860 5,130 270 5.6 410
New Jersey Web Developers 4,060 4,280 220 5.4 340
North Dakota Web Developers 260 270 10 3.8 20
Michigan Web Developers 3,490 3,560 70 2 280
Maine Web Developers 560 570 10 1.8 40
Alaska Web Developers 70 70 0 0 10
Mississippi Web Developers 420 420 0 0 0
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