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Published by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Working in the 21st Century is a thorough portrait of the US workforce that begins with the new millennium. Covers topics ranging from education levels to retirement plans, the report can be viewed through an online slide show or accessed by clicking on a topic that appears in the Web site's table of contents. Some of the subject headings include: The labor force is growing more slowly; More women are working today than in the past; Immigrants are found at the high and low ends of the education scale; Education pays; Workers with computer skills are in demand; The ten occupations that will generate the most jobs range widely in their skill requirements; and The workplace is becoming safer. In short, for anyone looking for a job, interested in changing occupations, or just curious about the job market, this site is an excellent place to start.

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