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Projections

The Massachusetts Industry-Occupation Employment Matrix, 2014-2024 reflects the unique mix of 814 occupations and 83 industries in Massachusetts. This webpage may be searched by occupation to identify industries with the largest numbers of workers in a given occupation and the estimated employment change over the 2014-2024 period.

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Long-Term Occupational Projections

Find the expected employment growth and annual openings for over 814 occupations in Massachusetts and 16 Workforce Development Areas. These 10-year forecasts, which are updated every other year, are intended to help individuals make informed education and career decisions and assist educators and training providers in planning for future needs. The projections currently cover the 2014-2024 period.




Massachusetts Statewide Long Term STEM Occupational Projections

  Long term occupational projection in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics occupations as defined by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.


Long-Term Industry Projections

Long-term industry employment projections are available for Massachusetts and 16 Workforce Development Areas. Employment is projected for approximately 80 detailed industries (at the 3-digit NAICS industry level), and cover the 2014-2024 period.



 


Short Term Occupational Projections

Short-term employment projections cover a two-year time span and are available for both industries and occupations. The rise and fall of business cycles are incorporated in short-term projections.

Short-term employment projections by occupation cover a 2015 base year and projects employment to 2017. Projections are available for Massachusetts and 16 Workforce Development Areas.




Short Term Industry Projections

Short-term industry projections cover a 2015 base year and projects employment to 2017. Projections are available for Massachusetts and 16 Workforce Development Areas.