The industries of Internet publishing and broadcasting, and web search portals have seen the greatest job growth in the United States from 2010 to 2012 — with 28,333 jobs or 30 per cent growth — according to a study released by CareerBuilder.
The study is based on data collected from more than 90 federal and state sources, such as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. Census Bureau and state labor departments.
Industries where job growth has increased by double digits,
with an addition of at least 20,000 jobs from 2010 to 2012:
•Internet publishing and broadcasting and web search portals — 28,333 jobs added since 2010, signifying 30 per cent growth
•drilling oil and gas wells — 21,970 jobs added, up 29 per cent
•electronic shopping — 25,327 jobs added, up 23 per cent
•crude petroleum and natural gas extraction — 32,715 jobs added, up 21 per cent
•temporary help services — 438,116 jobs added, up 21 per cent
•machine shops — 44,754 jobs added, up 18 per cent
•marketing consulting services — 27,113 jobs added, up 13 per cent
•computer systems design services — 88,740 jobs added, up 12 per cent
•specialized freight (except used goods) trucking, local — 22,936 jobs added, up 11 per cent
•home health-care services — 116,360 jobs added, up 10 per cent.
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