Projections 2005, New Jersey Employment & Population in the 21st Century: 1994 base year
New Jersey Department of Labor, Division of Labor Market & Demographic Research, 1997 - Employment forecasting - 23 pages
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1.3 Teachers 1994 employment 2005 Number Percent Annual Job Openings Automotive Mechanics baby boom baby bust Bureau of Labor Child Care Workers Civilian Labor Force Demographic Research Department of Labor Deſs may set Division of Labor employment by industry Employment Growth Engineers 0.1 Eskimos and Aleuts Female Food Preparation Workers growth rate Hand Packers High Requirements Hispanic origin industry employment projections Insurance Sales Workers Jersey Jersey's labor force labor force projections Labor Market Labor Statistics Licensed Practical Nurses Line Supervisors Low Requirements Maintenance Repairers Management Analysts Managers 0.1 Market & Demographic Market and Demographic Moderate Requirements NEWJERSEY NJ Department Non-retail 0.6 Number Percent Number Number Percent Total Nurse Practitioner Occupation 1994 Occupations are ranked Pacific Islanders Percent Number Percent Percent of Total Persons of Hispanic Police Patrol Officers population and labor projections were developed Race and Sex races include Asian ranked based Retail Sales Representatives Salespersons service-producing industries Source