Find the expected employment growth and annual openings for all published occupations in New York State and its ten labor market regions. These 10-year forecasts, which are updated every other year, are intended to help individuals make informed education and career decisions and assist educators and training providers in planning for future needs. Included with our long-term occupational projections are these important supplementary data series:
Short-term occupational projections are used for career counseling, economic development and other state and regional planning. Data are currently available for all published occupations in New York State and each of ten labor market regions. Statewide projections cover the 2019-2021 period and Regional projections cover the 2016-2018 period. Projections also offer additional information on annual wages (mean, median, entry and experienced), and measures of education. For additional information concerning Short-Term Occupational Projections, see Technical Notes.
Long-term industry employment projections represent a valuable data source for those interested in future employment trends. Data are currently available for approximately 90 industries (at the 3-digit NAICS industry level). Statewide projections cover the 2018-2028 time period and Regional projections cover the 2016-2026 period. For additional information concerning Long-Term Industry Projections, see Technical Notes.
Short-term industry employment projections represent near term estimates of industry employment and are currently available for approximately 90 detailed industries. Statewide projections cover the 2019-2021 period and Regional projections cover the 2016-2018 period. For additional information concerning Short-Term Industry Projections, see Technical Notes.
This is a real-time list of occupations in demand now. Please select a region from the down box above to view data for that region. The regional lists show occupations in which hiring is occurring now. Occupations on the statewide list represent those job titles which appear on at least one regional list. These lists, which are subject to update at any time, do not satisfy training eligibility requirements under Title I of the Workforce Investment Act.
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