Posted June 02, 2018 09:55:54 The average job seeker is looking for something more than just a simple job.
That’s because in an increasingly competitive job market, job seekers are looking for a job that can last years and even decades, according to a report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) reports that the average length of time it takes to get a job in the U, the U to the US., and the U in the next 10 years have all risen.
Job seekers are searching for positions that are long-term and require a lot of experience and skills, such as those in construction, manufacturing, transportation, and hospitality.
In an increasingly globalized economy, jobs require a great deal of information, and the skills required for those jobs are more diverse than ever, according the BEA.
While the average job-seeker will be looking for work in many different industries, a lot more jobs are open to them than were in the past.
The BEA reports that more than 70 percent of jobs created in the last 12 months are in the non-energy sector, which includes both manufacturing and non-oil-based industries.
The most-popular types of jobs include sales associates, computer systems technicians, and engineers.
But many job seekers also may want to pursue positions that can be in the manufacturing or transportation sectors, including truck drivers, forklift operators, and dishwashers.
One way to get those jobs is to go into construction or manufacturing.
Construction is a big sector, with more than 1.2 million construction jobs and more than 2.2 billion construction jobs in the country, according.
In the next 12 months, construction jobs will increase by 3.5 million.
Construction workers earn on average $55,500 a year.
Manufacturing jobs, meanwhile, average $54,400 a year, and transportation jobs average $52,300 a year in the future.
The median annual salary for a construction worker is $37,300, while a manufacturing worker is about $38,100, accordingto the Bureau of Statistics.
The average time it will take to land a job as a construction or transportation worker is 12 months.
The typical construction worker will need to work an average of 20 hours a week and make $50,000 to $60,000 a year during that time, according TOBWA, a trade association representing construction workers.
Construction jobs are also very high-paying.
Construction workers average $57,300 to $68,300 annually, accordingTOBWA.
Many construction jobs require people to have advanced training, which is a good thing, according John Kallin, president of the National Association of Home Builders.
A lot of people want to do construction because it gives them a job.
But the supply is really very low and you can’t really get people in the market,” Kallinsaid.
To find the right job for you, the BEAs latest employment report provides a list of the most important job categories to look for.
You can check out the full list here.
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