Ten Fast Growing Jobs in Connecticut

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Long-term Projections through 2018*

1. Biomedical Engineers

In Connecticut, there was a 2008 base of 90 in this field, with a projected increase of 60 to a high of 160 (increase of 66%). The average annual number of job openings was not reported.

This page was last updated on 20th of February 2017

Ten Fast Growing Jobs in Connecticut2. Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health

In Connecticut, there was a 2008 base of 810 in this field, with a projected increase of 60 to a high of 880 (increase of 7%). The average annual number of job openings is 30.

3. Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists

In Connecticut, there was a 2008 base of 2,540 in this field, with a projected increase of 500 to a high of 3,040 (increase of 19%). The average annual number of job openings is 100.

4. Registered Nurses

In Connecticut, there was a 2008 base of 36,720 in this field, with a projected 14% increase to 42,050 (increase of 5,330). The average annual number of job openings is 1,170.

  

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 5. Occupational Therapists

In Connecticut, there was a 2008 base of 1,730 in this field, with a projected increase to a high of 1,990 (up 250 or 14%). The average annual number of job openings is 60.

6. Biological Technicians

In Connecticut, there was a 2008 base of 1,240 in this field, with a projected increase of 110 to a high of 1,340 (increase of 8%). The average annual number of job openings is reported at 50.

7. Industrial Engineers

In Connecticut, there was a 2008 base of 3,720 in this field, with a projected increase of 510 to a high of 4,230 (increase of 13%). The average annual number of job openings is 150.

8. Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists

In Connecticut, there was a 2008 base of 3,000 in this field, with a projected 12% increase to 3,390 (increase of 380). The average annual number of job openings is 120.

9. Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education

In Connecticut, there was a 2008 base of 17,650 in this field, with a projected increase to a high of 20,550 (up 2,900 or 16%). The average annual number of job openings is 690.

10. Environmental Engineers

In Connecticut, there was a 2008 base of 650 in this field, with a projected increase of 80 to a high of 730 (increase of 12%). The average annual number of job openings is reported at 20.

 

If you have additional questions, or need more information about Connecticut Employment opportunities, contact the Connecticut Dept. of Labor Job Seeker Service HERE: http://www.ctdol.state.ct.us/gendocs/jobseekers.htm

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*Source: http://www.projectionscentral.com/Projections/LongTerm  The projections are from 2008-2018.

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