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Career and Employment Technicians


The U.S. Department of Labor does not forecast specifically for career and employment technicians, but predicts that general office clerks will have a decline in employment through 2029. There will continue to be opportunities in the career and employment technicians field, however, due to the need to replace people who retire from the field or who leave the job for another occupation. The coronavirus pandemic has caused many schools and businesses to be closed at various times in 2020. As a result, career and employment technicians are adapting to working remotely, with some days on site, well into 2021. Going forward, there may be increased need for technicians due to increased school enrollments, especially at the college level. As an increasing number of community colleges, four-year colleges, and graduate schools open and expand onsite career centers to help students develop skills to prepare them for transition or new careers in the workforce, the demand for employment technician jobs may pick up.

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