As a freelance writer, you may be interested in this article about what it takes to be successful in information jobs.
The following articles will show you what it would take to be one of the top earners in a data-driven job, and how to get there.
If you are looking to get started in this field, read on.
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The information job marketThe job market for information-driven jobs in the United States is changing, and you will find more information on that below.
As of December 2018, there were 4,738,000 information-based jobs, or approximately 6.6% of the total number of information-enabled jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The number of jobs that are filled by information-workers has remained relatively constant since 2000, with only about 2.4% of new jobs in 2018 being information-oriented.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the unemployment rate for information workers is currently 3.6%, and there were about 13.5 million jobless people in the U.S. as of March 2018.
In contrast, the employment rate for all people in a job is 3.5%.
In 2017, information-related jobs were the fastest-growing job category, according in the Bureau for Labor Statistics, with a total of 1.9 million jobs being filled by this sector.
In 2018, however, the job growth slowed and the jobs that were created dropped off considerably.
According to a recent report from the Bureau on Federal Employment, the information-focused job market was expected to create 8 million jobs over the next three years, but that number was cut to 6.5M jobs in 2019, and it fell to 3.9M jobs last year.
Information-based positions are increasingly popular among people in higher-education settings.
For example, the American Council on Education (ACE) recently released a study that said that information-care workers in higher education had the highest levels of postsecondary education among the sectors that have the highest rates of unemployment.
In addition, a study by the Center for American Progress found that people with postsecondary degrees are more likely to have jobs in information- and digital-related industries than those without.
The number of job openings in information job-seekersThe number and average salary for a full-time, full-year information-job applicant has not changed significantly over the past three years.
However, a recent survey by PayScale.com found that a full time, full year job seeker earning $55,000 a year (that is, the median hourly wage in the information and digital industries) will earn an average salary of $62,700 in 2018, compared to $61,900 in 2017.
In the past, a full job seeker working at $55 per hour was likely to earn $70,000 in 2018.
The average salary in information employmentThe average starting salary for an information-jobs candidate is $45,200, according the Bureau.
That’s a 3% increase from 2017, when the starting salary was $42,300.
Information workers with the most experience tend to earn higher starting salaries, according PayScale, and a recent study by Glassdoor.com said that the median starting salary in the field was $50,000 for information professionals.
For more information about information jobs in particular, check out the Bureau’s 2017 report.
The best salaries for information candidatesThe median salary for the information job candidate is also likely to be higher than the starting median salary.
The highest starting salary that a job seeker can expect to earn is $52,300 in 2018 from PayScale and Glassdoor, while the median salary in 2019 is $46,300, according a 2016 study by PayDay.com.
According the PayScale study, a median salary of around $56,000 will be earned by a full year candidate in 2019.
According PayScale’s 2018 Salary Survey, the highest starting salaries in the data- and information-market sectors are in the fields of healthcare and healthcare technology, where the median start salary is $66,100 and $72,400, respectively.
The median starting salaries are higher for data professionals, but less so for the healthcare industry.
A full- time, part-time data-related job seeker is likely to make between $50 and $60,000 annually, according Glassdoor’s 2018 PayScale Salary Survey.
The higher starting salary is likely due to higher pay for data-market positions, which pay more per hour.
For a full information-industry job seeker, the starting pay will likely be between $42 and $49,000.
The typical full- and part- time full- or part-timer full-timers