Every Job in America [Infographic]
There are millions of jobs that are created, exist, and some are jobs are replaced by machines or eliminated altogether, as they are no longer needed, while some have not even been created yet, but there are certain jobs that are and will always be needed, are always in demand, and will always require service workers to fulfill these jobs. Some of these jobs require a great demand including years of education, years of training, or years of experience. There are other jobs that require no education or skills, and regardless of your background, provide training directly on the job.
These jobs include fields in government, mining and construction, education, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, retail, finances, transportation, science research, computer science and technology, entertainment, and the food packaging and preparation industry. Depending on your location and where you live, there may be a job opening waiting for you and your skills.
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This infographic lists, in millions, every job in America.
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Every Job in America* (in millions of jobs)
Department of Defense (0.5)
Postal Service (0.6)
General Administration (1.8)
General Administration (4)
Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction (0.9)
Construction of Buildings (1.3)
Specialty Trade Contractors (3.7)
Furniture and Related
Plastics and Rubber (0.7)
Computer and Electronic Products (1.1)
Fabricated Metal Products (1.4)
Transportation Equipment (1.5)
Food Production (1.5)
Management of Companies and Enterprises (2.1)
College and Universities (1.7)
Film and Music (0.4)
TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS
Taxi and Buses (0.5)
Couriers and Messengers (0.6)
Repair and Maintenance (1.2)
Personal and Laundry Services (1.3)
Religious, Civic, and Other Nonprofit Groups (3)
Distributors of Paper, Apparel, Groceries, Etc. (2)
Distributors of Auto Parks, Furniture, Machinery, Etc. (2.9)
Rental and Leasing
Real Estate (1.5)
Securities and Other Financial Investments (0.8)
PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL SERVICES
Scientific Research (0.6)
Legal Services (1.1)
Management and Technical Consulting (1.2)
Architectural and Engineering Services (1.4)
Computer Systems Design and Related Services (1.7)
ADMINISTRATION AND WASTE
Office Administration Services
Telemarketers, Collection Agencies, etc. (0.9)
Investigation and Security Services (0.9)
Services to Buildings (1.9)
Temporary Workers and Related (3.4)
LEISURE AND HOSPITALITY
Performing Arts and Sports
Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries (1.5)
Restaurants and Bars (10.4)
Furniture and Home
Misc. Store Retailers (0.8)
Gasoline Stations (0.9)
Health and Personal Care Stores (1)
Building Material and Garden Equipment (1.2)
Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores (1.4)
Auto Dealers and Auto Parts Stores (1.8)
Food and Beverage (3)
General Merchandise Stores (3.2)
Outpatient Care Centers (0.7)
Other Practitioners' Offices (0.7)
Dentists' Offices (0.9)
Home Healthcare Services (1.3)
Doctors' Offices (2.5)
Childcare, Elderly Care, and Youth Services (2.8)
Nursing and Residential Care Facilities (3.2)
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- There are millions of jobs that are created, exist, and some are jobs are replaced by machines or eliminated altogether, as they are no longer needed, while some have not even been created yet, but there are certain jobs that are and will always be needed, are always in demand, and will always require service workers to fulfill these jobs.
- These jobs include fields in government, mining and construction, education, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, retail, finances, transportation, science research, computer science and technology, entertainment, and the food packaging and preparation industry.