|Every two years, the State of Connecticut's Department of Labor Office of Research economists create ten year industry employment forecasts. We examine historical trends and other peoples forecasts to help project Connecticuts employment changes between 2016 and 2026.
These forecasts are used in conjunction with occupational forecasts to help students decide on careers, schools decide on
training programs, businesses decide on strategic plans, and governments decide on budgets and services.
Occupational employment projections give a broad view of future employment conditions. They show job growth and decline in various occupations over the entire decade; they do not intend to imply a smooth trend between the start
and end of this period.
You can find detailed job descriptions for all occupations, number employed in the base year and the projected year, total job openings, openings by growth, occupations in demand, Connecticut occupational employment and wages, minimum education required plus:
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