Ten Fast Growing Jobs in Georgia| Projections

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Ten Fast Growing Jobs in Georgia | Long-term Projections through 2018*

1.  Driver/Sales Workers

 In Georgia, there was a 2008 base of 11,240 in this field, with a projected increase of 1,440 to a high of 12,680 (increase of 12.8%).  The average annual number of job openings is reported at 370.

Ten Fast Growing Jobs in Georgia| Projections

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2.  Home Health Aides

 In Georgia, there was a 2008 base of 11,790 in this field, with a projected increase of 6,270 to a high of 18,070 (increase of 53.2%). The average annual number of job openings is 780. 

3.  Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop

 In Georgia, there was a 2008 base of 7,630 in this field, with a projected 14.4% increase to 8,730 (increase of 1,100).  The average annual number of job openings is 660.

4.  Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors

In Georgia, there was a 2008 base of 6,890 in this field, with a projected increase to a high of 8,130 (up 1,240 or 18%).  The average annual number of job openings was reported to be 270.

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5.  Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education

 In Georgia, there was a 2008 base of 45,250 in this field, with a projected increase of 8,220 to a high of 53,470 (increase of 18.2%).  The average annual number of job openings is reported at 41,820.

 6.  Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers

 In Georgia, there was a 2008 base of 2,310 in this field, with a projected increase of 360 to a high of 2,670 (increase of 15.5%). The average annual number of job openings is 120. 

 7.  Financial Managers

 In Georgia, there was a 2008 base of 15,760 in this field, with a projected 10.2% increase to 17,360 (increase of 1,610).  The average annual number of job openings is 450.

 8. Instructional Coordinators

 In Georgia, there was a 2008 base of 4,820 in this field, with a projected increase to a high of 5,880 (up 1,060 or 22.1%).  The average annual number of job openings was reported to be 210.

 9.  Insurance Sales Agents

 In Georgia, there was a 2008 base of 8,140 in this field, with a projected increase of 1,640 to a high of 9,770 (increase of 20.1%).  The average annual number of job openings is reported at 350.

10.  Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses

 In Georgia, there was a 2008 base of 26,400 in this field, with a projected increase of 5,080 to a high of 31,470 (increase of 19.2%). The average annual number of job openings is 1,210. 

 If you have additional questions, or need more information about Georgia Employment opportunities, contact the Georgia Department of Labor HERE:  http://www.dol.state.ga.us/

 *Source: http://www.projectionscentral.com/Projections/LongTerm  

The projections are from 2008-2018.

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