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For dozens of different kinds of industries our web-site tells you about:

  • occupations in the industry
  • training and advancement
  • earnings
  • expected job prospects
  • working conditions

    In addition, the web-site gives you links to information about the job market in United States and other countries.

    Most of information provided by The Bureau of Labor Statistics.

    Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing.


    The agriculture, forestry, and fishing industry sector plays a vital role in our economy and our lives. It supplies us and many other countries with a wide variety of food products and non-food products such as fibers, lumber, and nursery items. It contributes positively to our foreign trade balance and it remains one of the Nations larger industries in terms of total employment. However, technology continues to enable us to produce more of these products with fewer workers, resulting in fewer farms and farmworkers.

    Construction.


    Goods and services. Houses, apartments, factories, offices, schools, roads, and bridges are only some of the products of the construction industry. This industrys activities include the building of new structures, including site preparation, as well as additions and modifications to existing ones. The industry also includes maintenance, repair, and improvements on these structures.

    Mining.


    The United States has been endowed with a wealth of natural resources that have fostered its growth and development. In the past, the discovery of resources such as gold and oil has resulted in major population shifts and rapid growth for formerly remote regions of the country, such as California, Texas, and Alaska. Extraction of these resources, and finding new deposits, is the work of the mining industry, which continues to provide the foundation for local economies in some regions.

    Utilities.


    The utilities sector is comprised of three distinctly different industries. Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution. This segment includes firms engaged in the generation, transmission, and distribution of electric power. Natural gas distribution. Natural gas, a clear odorless gas, is found underground, often near or associated with crude oil reserves. Water, sewage, and other systems. Water utilities treat and distribute nearly 34 billion gallons per day to customers nationwide. Water is collected from various sources such as rivers, lakes, and wells. After collection, water is treated, and sold for residential, industrial, agricultural, commercial, and public use.

    

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