5 million jobs will go unfilled by 2020, report predicts | SmartPlanet

A looming shortage of people with post-high school training or degrees may stall economic growth in the coming years, says a report out of Georgetown

GIBS Information Centre / GIBSIC‘s insight:

WorldOfWork  –   Georgetown Uni Center on Education and the Workforce :  

By number of new jobs, the industries with the most growth will include the following:

  • Financial services: 10 million jobs.
  • Wholesale and retail: 7 million.
  • Government & public education services: 6.7 million.
  • Healthcare services: 6.6 million.
  • Leisure and hospitality: 5 million.
  • Manufacturing: 3.5 million.
  • Professional & business services: 4 million.
  • Construction: 2.8 million jobs.
  • Private education services: 2.5 million.
  • Information services: 2.5 million.

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