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The 20 fastest-disappearing jobs in America

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, these jobs are projected to lose huge numbers of employees by 2028. Goodbye, mail delivery.
The number of jobs in nanotechnology research and development grew by 9.3% between January and September 2019.

The 20 most popular jobs of 2019

Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we found the 20 industries with the most job growth between January and September 2019.
Forest-fire inspectors and prevention specialists earn an average of $49,610 a year.

It’s National First Responders Day. Here’s how much the average American makes in 19 life-saving jobs.

Lifeguards tend to make a relatively low annual salary, while firefighters and police officers are well compensated on average.

‘Wow America’: Trump questions how he can be impeached with US employment at a 50-year low

The US unemployment rate fell to 3.5% in September, marking the lowest level since 1969.

20 blue-collar jobs that will be all the rage in 2028

The future's bright for carpenters and plumbers: These high-paying jobs will see growth in the next decade, and they don't require a college degree.
There are likely to be a lot more software developers in ten years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Nurses and software developers have a bright future — here are 30 of the fastest-growing high-paying jobs in the US

Using recent BLS employment projections, we found 30 high-paying jobs that are likely to see a large amount of employment growth.

Here’s how much police officers make in every state

Police officers put their lives on the line every day as part of their jobs. We took a look at how much they're paid across the US.

Gloomy labor statistics show that the retail apocalypse was worse than we thought

The Bureau of Labor Statistics just cut its annual benchmark of non-farm jobs down by 501,000 jobs, and retail was one of the hardest-hit industries.

Here are the most and least dangerous states to work, from Alaska to Rhode Island

Some states have particularly high concentrations of dangerous jobs, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

From steel workers to barbers, here are 20 guy-dominated jobs that are vanishing quickly

Industries that were once traditionally boys' clubs are dwindling in the US. Our research found the jobs with steep declines in employment.