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Bureau of Labor Statistics: Fastest Growing Occupations - This web site provides a wealth of employment information, including this document showing the fastest growing occupations in the nation through 2022. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor)...

Educational Needs Index Project - The Educational Needs Index project is intended to increase public awareness of regional-level educational, economic and population pressures and create a conversation about the challenges that states and their cities and counties face in the present and future. Because these challenges cut across state lines, the ENI offers a unique opportunity to identify regions of the country that are facing comparable pressure. Site provides users with state level reports, sub-state data sets and searchable query tools....

State Occupational Projections 2008-2020 - This site offers users projections on various occupations through 2020. Data are sorted by state and can be filtered by keyword. For information related to education and leadership, users should use the keyword “educational administrators.”...


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