Long-Term Occupational Projections (2020-2030)

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
United States Boilermakers 14,900 14,700 -200 -1.3 1,300
United States Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 1,620,000 1,571,900 -48,100 -3 170,200
United States Brickmasons and Blockmasons 69,600 65,900 -3,700 -5.3 6,000
United States Bridge and Lock Tenders 3,200 3,300 100 3.1 400
United States Broadcast Technicians 28,400 31,600 3,200 11.3 3,300
United States Brokerage Clerks 45,500 41,100 -4,400 -9.7 4,200
United States Budget Analysts 52,500 55,000 2,500 4.8 4,300
United States Building Cleaning Workers, All Other 18,400 19,100 700 3.8 2,600
United States Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists 275,400 296,800 21,400 7.8 28,100
United States Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity (SOC 2018) 165,200 200,000 34,800 21.1 24,600
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