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Career Clusters:
Forecasting Demand For High School Through
College Jobs 2008-2018
Anthony P. Carnevale and Nicole Smith
N...
Overview
•  This report analyzes the demand for high school
workers and projects the need for high school through
college ...
Manufacturing
•  While careers like manufacturing will decline
between 2008 and 2018, about 2 million jobs will
become ava...
Male-dominated Careers
•  Manufacturing, construction, transportation, and
hospitality are male-dominated careers with the...
Demand	
  
Male vs. Female Wages
•  A male can earn $35K with a high school diploma in
manufacturing, and a female must have postseco...
Wage Gap
Middle-skill Jobs
•  Middle-skill jobs
require some level of
postsecondary
education and lead to
a median salary of
$45K.
Con’t.
•  Six Career Clusters: manufacturing, marketing,
transportation, healthcare, business and hospitality.
•  Fastest ...
Advanced Degrees
•  Workers with a Bachelor’s degree
or higher have the most positive
career outlook.
•  People with a B.A...
Conclusion
•  Obtaining postsecondary credentials lead to more
lucrative careers, especially for women.
•  Throughout 2018...
For more information:
See the full report at: cew.georgetown.edu/CareerClusters/
	
  
Email Us | cewgeorgetown@georgetown....
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In Career Clusters, we examine which sectors of the labor market afford individuals the best route to a middle-class income. Using forecasts, we identify the most promising clusters for job seekers with a high school diploma or less, middle skills such as a certificate or Associate’s degree, and those with Bachelor’s degrees or better.

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Career Clusters: Forecasting Demand For High School Through College Jobs 2008-2018

  1. Career Clusters: Forecasting Demand For High School Through College Jobs 2008-2018 Anthony P. Carnevale and Nicole Smith November 14, 2011
  2. Overview •  This report analyzes the demand for high school workers and projects the need for high school through college jobs throughout 2018. •  Jobs for workers with a high school diploma or less still exist, but are declining. •  By 2018 the demand for high skilled and middle- skilled-workers will be greater.
  3. Manufacturing •  While careers like manufacturing will decline between 2008 and 2018, about 2 million jobs will become available as baby boomers retire.
  4. Male-dominated Careers •  Manufacturing, construction, transportation, and hospitality are male-dominated careers with the greatest possibility to employee high-school level workers.
  5. Demand  
  6. Male vs. Female Wages •  A male can earn $35K with a high school diploma in manufacturing, and a female must have postsecondary education to earn nearly the same salary. •  Middle-skill jobs are the minimum requirement for females to earn a higher salary.
  7. Wage Gap
  8. Middle-skill Jobs •  Middle-skill jobs require some level of postsecondary education and lead to a median salary of $45K.
  9. Con’t. •  Six Career Clusters: manufacturing, marketing, transportation, healthcare, business and hospitality. •  Fastest growing: healthcare by 21 percent and hospitality by 12 percent.
  10. Advanced Degrees •  Workers with a Bachelor’s degree or higher have the most positive career outlook. •  People with a B.A. will make over $35K and average $60K.
  11. Conclusion •  Obtaining postsecondary credentials lead to more lucrative careers, especially for women. •  Throughout 2018, workforce demands will shift and the demand for skilled workers will flourish.
  12. For more information: See the full report at: cew.georgetown.edu/CareerClusters/   Email Us | cewgeorgetown@georgetown.edu Follow Us on Twitter | @GeorgetownCEW Find Us on Facebook | Facebook.com/GeorgetownCEW Follow Us on LinkedIn | linkedin.com/company/georgetowncew
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In Career Clusters, we examine which sectors of the labor market afford individuals the best route to a middle-class income. Using forecasts, we identify the most promising clusters for job seekers with a high school diploma or less, middle skills such as a certificate or Associate’s degree, and those with Bachelor’s degrees or better.

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