The top 10 most important jobs in America have changed significantly over the last 30 years.
But how important are they to our national economy?
It’s an interesting question to ask because, as we have previously discussed, many of the top jobs are largely redundant.
The list below is intended to provide an overview of the jobs in the country that most closely resemble the top 10 jobs.
There is a great deal of variation among jobs across industries, but the top 20 jobs are generally associated with some type of technology or technology-related job.
Here’s how the top 50 jobs in American industries stack up against each other in terms of importance: • Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting: 4.5 million jobs in agriculture, forestry and fishing.
• Construction, mining and oil and gas extraction: 3.5 billion jobs in construction, mining, oil and natural gas extraction.
• Educational and health services: 3 billion jobs.
• Health care and social assistance: 2.8 billion jobs, including 1.9 billion in the food industry.
• Information technology: 2 billion jobs (including 500,000 in information technology).
• Information security: 1.6 billion jobs as well as 1.2 billion in manufacturing.
• Finance, insurance, real estate, real-estate brokerages, realty services: 1 billion jobs across the board.
• Manufacturing: 1 million jobs, accounting for only 1.5% of the overall economy.
• Professional, scientific, technical and business services: 600,000 jobs.
The top job in every category in America has a significant role in the economy, but it’s not all the jobs that people work for.
The 10 most critical jobs that are most often replaced are: • Computer systems and networks: 1,000,000 Jobs • Computer and software engineering: 400,000jobs • Electrical and electronic engineering: 300,000 Jobseeker’s Allowance: 200,000jobseekerbenefits and Social Security Administration.
• Computer network, network-related equipment and related services: 200.000 jobs • Computer software and related products and services: 170,000 jobseeker benefits.
• Transportation: 170.000 Jobs• Information technology and related industries: 170 million jobs and jobs in manufacturing, construction, transportation and warehousing.
• Food processing and related businesses: 130,000.
• Pharmaceutical, biological and medical device manufacturing: 120,000and jobs in pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
• Insurance: 90,000 positions.
• Energy, power and related utilities: 80,000 industries.
• Public utilities: 75,000 and jobs.• Financial services: 70,000industries.• Insurance, financial, insurance and related: 65,000 industry.
The list below provides a brief history of the occupations in the United States, along with some statistics about the number of people employed in each job.
This list includes the occupations that most directly or indirectly compete with the jobs listed above, such as computer programmers and financial analysts, among others.
The most important occupations are listed by their total number of jobs in terms, with the most important job category being the most critical, with 12th place in the number-one position, “computer and software engineers.”
In the last three decades, the number and importance of computer programmers have declined dramatically.
The number of computer engineers and computer programmers has fallen from about 1.7 million in 1980 to less than 600,00 today.
The same is true for financial analysts and financial professionals.
In terms of total jobs, about one in every four jobs in 2015 are computer programmers, and the number is expected to decline further as the economy continues to recover from the recession.
The jobs in telecommunications, communications, and media are the most vital, with approximately 1.3 million people employed.
The information technology industry is the next most important in terms to the number, with an estimated 3.4 million people in the job.
The next most vital jobs are in transportation and information services, accounting as 2.7 billion jobs and representing 1.8% of all jobs in these sectors.
In agriculture, construction and mining, the numbers for agriculture, agriculture and forestry, and construction and extraction are the same as the numbers reported above.
Agriculture, construction as well, has seen a sharp decrease in the past decade.
As the economy recovers, the economy will likely increase its demand for food.
The country is currently experiencing a food crisis.
About 70% of our country’s food is imported and we need to quickly ramp up production and sales to meet our needs.
However, as the number grows and as we get more sophisticated, we will see the impact of a more efficient food system.
Agriculture has been growing faster than the rest of the country, which is why the jobs lost in the last two years have more to do with automation than with technology.
The American people have been calling for this for decades.
The bottom line is that we must continue to diversify the economy away from the top and focus on what makes us