Construction and Manufacturing Jobs Are in Top 6 Sectors of Where Future Jobs Will Be

We subscribe to The Kiplinger Letter to keep abreast of the pulse of the markets and insights on what lies ahead. His observations and predictions of what’s ahead are usually right on.

In one of his recent newsletters he was talking about job creation and where the big need will be moving forward as the economy starts to pick up. According to Kiplinger, 85% of future jobs will come from six sectors, Health Care, Hospitality, Construction, Manufacturing, Business Services and Retail.

Among college degrees – science, math, engineering, technology and health sciences have the best prospects.

Among skilled workers – plumbers, electricians and HVAC mechanics can count on good demands. What’s interesting is that Kiplinger says that 25% of these folks (licensed skilled workers) will earn a bigger income than the average college graduate. 

What are your thoughts?

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  1. Ro

    We are a local plumbers near Bromley and would love to see schools and colleges focus more on preparing students for trades as opposed to potentially worthless qualifications that can not be used in day to day life.

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