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Smart Steps you can take to Find future Job Opportunities
Prospective changes in the employment picture can impact the career decisions you make now. With the help of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we can predict what the workforce of the future will look like by tracking shifts in the labor market.
In a dynamic economy like this one, workers have to be flexible and forward-thinking; they have to equip themselves with skills that aren't going to be irrelevant in a year or two.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics, the government agency that tracks the employment situation in the United States, can help us look ahead to the workforce of the future. By identifying shifts and developing trends in the labor market, you can plan ahead by making smart, informed career decisions now.
BLS's forecast to the year 2006 projects has some good things to say about your employment prospects, thanks to a strong economy, the slowing growth of the labor force, and a favorable inflation outlook. Here are the highlights of the BLS forecast:
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