In 2020, nearly half of all US workers will be employed in jobs that require more than 40 hours of training, according to a new report by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
This is up from around three quarters in 2020.
The report is based on data from the US Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment Statistics database.
It shows that a significant number of jobs will be at risk.
The US is the second-largest economy in the world and a key player in the global economy.
In 2020 more than 70% of US jobs will require more time than 40, the bureau says.
The bureau also shows that the unemployment rate is likely to be higher than the 5% figure in 2020, although the official unemployment rate will remain at its historically low level of 5.4%.
In fact, according the bureau, the unemployment level is expected to be lower than it was in the recessionary years of 2009 to 2013.
But the report also highlights the challenges that are looming for workers in sectors that require an apprenticeship or further education.
The number of workers in the ‘super-service’ sector has increased from just over 8 million in the year 2000 to around 12 million in 2020 and by 2020 more jobs in this sector will be available than in any other sector.
The occupations that are at the highest risk of becoming obsolete in the future include human resources (HR and information technology), administrative support services, and financial management.
For this reason, many of the occupations that will be replaced by machines will be those that require people to be physically present and capable of managing the processes that will drive the future of work.
‘This is a crisis for the US workforce, particularly those in the super-service sector’ ‘These jobs are critical to the economy and the economy will be forced to find new ways to meet demand.
These jobs require the very best and most skilled people in the country, so the only way to fill them will be to automate them and create other, more valuable work,’ said Dr Chris Wood, from the Center for American Progress think tank.’
These are jobs that are critical for the economy, for our ability to create new jobs, and to grow our economy.
It is time for Congress to do something about it.’
The report also notes that the number of people with jobs requiring more than 10 years of training has grown from around 1 million in 2000 to about 3.7 million in 2016.
In the next five years, there will be a shortfall of over 11 million people with such skills, according the report.
This could be a problem for workers who need to be trained for future jobs in fields such as health care, healthcare IT, finance and manufacturing, which could require them to have a four-year degree.
In addition, the report predicts that by 2020 there will only be 1.6 million more workers in a job that requires more than 20 years of work experience.
‘The economic climate has changed so much that there is a huge need for apprenticeships, which is not a problem at all’ There are currently around 3.6million Americans in the workforce, but in 2020 there is projected to be a 3.8 million shortfall of skilled workers and a shortage of workers who have a bachelor’s degree.
“This is not just a crisis in the United States, it is a serious issue for the United Kingdom and the UK will be facing this issue as well,” said Dr Wood.
The US is home to more than 1.1 billion people, and more than 2 million of them are working in the services sector, according Bureau of Labour Statistics figures.
The most common occupations for people with a bachelor degree are information technology, engineering and computer science, and finance and investment management.