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Slide Title: Projected New Job Growth by Technical Field, 2002-2012

Slide Image:
A bar graph captioned as follows:
Total New Jobs: 1,000,000
Total Jobs (due to growth and net replacement): 3,590,000

The left axis of the graph is labeled 0% to 40%
Data in the graph are as follows:
Computer & Mathematical Scientists - around 35%
Medical & Health Services Managers - around 29%
Medical Professionals - around 27%
Health Technicians - around 26%
Life Scientists - around 18%
Physical Scientists - around 14%
S&E Technicians - around 12%
S&E Managers - around 9%
Engineers - around 7%

Image Credit: BLS, Occupational employment projections to 2012; Monthly Labor Review, February 2004

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