Occupational Outlook in UK (2014-2024) – Driven by the evolving pattern of demand for goods market

The changing industry mix of employment, which is driven by the evolving pattern of demand for goods market. Occupational employment structure varies considerably across industries. Occupations that are concentrated in growing sectors will gain employment in contrast to those concentrated in declining sectors.

The chart provides an overview of the performance of broad sectors of the economy by forecast output and employment change for 2014-2024 to see growth in both output and employment are located in the sector (in terms of the expected level of employment) in 2024.

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Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Working Futures 2014 to 2024: headline report

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