Jannet Walsh

What’s the jobs forecast in 2011?

In Blogging, Workforce on May 18, 2011 at 6:16 pm

By Jannet Walsh
Murdock, Minnesota

Are you trying to figure out a new career path as you just can’t find a job, part time or full time, in your field in Minnesota?

Click here to view video on where the jobs are located and how to rethink your situation, by CBS.

You might think about where jobs are expected to be in the near future. That might just mean retraining or education to get you to your goal and employed.

An economic consulting firm called Moody’s Analytics, has forecasted U.S. job growth by geographic region and by industry. Take a look at where the jobs are and are not expected to grow this year. Read the full story on usatoday.com.

Here are a few facts from the report
Jobs in Minnesota, outlook 1.2 percent increase in 2011
Education and health services, outlook 2.9 percent increase in 2011
Construction, outloook .1 percent increase in 2011
Information, outlook 1.1 percent increase in 2011
Retail trade, outlook, 1.2 percent increae in 2011
Natural resource and mining, 10.7 increase in 2011

Workforce suggestions? Please contact Jannet Walsh at jwalsh@wctrib.com for ideas on blog topics or workforce related topics.
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Native Minnesotan Jannet Walsh is a blogger, columnist, journalist, photojournalist, terrier owner, hula hooper and more! Contact her at jwalsh@wctrib.com Click here to view full biography. View her other blog at http://jannetwalsh.blogspot.com/.
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