Growth within the American tech sector shows little signs of stopping, as the Bureau of Labor Statistics projected employment in the field to jump 13 percent between 2016 and 2026.
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The tech sector stands out as one of the most steadily expanding segments of the U.S. economy, driving employment in numerous urban areas.
For the past several months, cities throughout North America – 19 in the U.S., plus Toronto, Ottawa and other Canadian hubs – have directly or indirectly made entreaties to Amazon in hopes that the e-commerce giant will establish its second headquarters within their borders.
Although the most recent Labour Force Survey showed Canadian businesses losing jobs for the first time in several months, a considerable demand will almost invariably exist for certain professions throughout the country.
The Georgetown Independent School District’s proximity to certain major mid-Atlantic cities allows it to afford opportunities to students that other school systems can’t necessarily match.
Per the latest projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in the aerospace engineering profession will likely expand 6 percent between 2016 and 2026, not much different from the U.
Canada is developing a reputation as a bellwether of education and startup opportunities for students in the science, technology, engineering and manufacturing fields.
MiTek, a company that engineers products for the global building components sector, recently announced plans to construct a new facility in Bradford, Ontario.
As far as American jobs in the field of IT are concerned, the writing appears to be on the wall – in a positive way: TechRepublic reported that some specialized professions, like web development and tech support, saw noteworthy wage growth that could bode well for 2018.