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By Laurence Shatkin

What does the industrial restoration suggest on your career?Which fields will explode with possibilities in 2011 and beyond?What in case you be doing now to find and accomplish the task that s correct for youThis well timed advisor, written by way of one of many country s major occupational specialists, has the solutions to those questions and lots of extra. 2011 profession Plan indicates humans find out how to place their occupation for excellent rewards because the kingdom rebounds from recession. It unveils the whys and hows of profession making plans for 2011, giving readers a much-needed aspect in a task marketplace that s extra aggressive than ever.Author Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., additionally discusses the most popular jobs and fields; connects readers to jobs that swimsuit them top; and explains the stairs, credentials, and abilities readers might want to in attaining their pursuits. excellent for a person who is unemployed, underemployed, or longing for switch, this booklet exhibits humans tips to construct a occupation plan now for destiny, long-lasting good fortune.

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How can that be? In 2008, about 53 percent of the utilities workforce was age 45 or older. Because this field uses on-the-job training for many occupations, it will need to recruit many new workers so they will be fully trained when the large cohort of older workers retires. Similar opportunities are available in other fields and in specialized niches within almost every field. To learn about other fields, see the note at the end of this chapter about where to get more information about various fields.

3 percent from 2008 to 2018. 3 percent. Note that the following facts about these occupations apply only to workers within this industry. For more generalized information about these occupations, see Part II. Hottest Jobs in Computer Systems Design and Related Services Occupation Occupational Growth Within Industry Workforce Size Within Industry Average Earnings Within Industry 1. 6% 41,350 $73,440 2. 7% 50,500 $72,190 3. 5% 18,540 4. 4% 113,710 $91,310 5. 4% 99,820 $44,030 6. 3% 175,160 $86,510 7.

Although general contractors may do a portion of the work with their own crews, they often subcontract most of the work to heavy construction or specialty trade contractors. Employment. Most employees in the construction industry work full time, and many work over 40 hours a week. In 2008, about 18 percent of construction workers worked 45 hours or more a week. Construction workers may sometimes work evenings, weekends, and holidays to finish a job or take care of an emergency. Rain, snow, or wind may halt construction work.

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