The number of jobs in IT services is increasing at a fast clip.
This year, the U.S. added more than 20,000 new jobs.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 1.5 million jobs in that sector in March.
There were 1,742,000 jobs in the same sector in February.
There are currently 4.5 percent more jobs in software and related services in the U, according to a report from the consulting firm McKinsey & Co. The report said that, over the past five years, the software and information technology (S&L) industry has added more jobs than any other in the economy.
IT jobs were valued at $7.3 trillion in 2015, according the report.
However, as the report points out, this number has dropped in the past two years, as businesses have seen competition for talent.
The jobs lost in this time period include computer scientists and software developers, information systems administrators, information technology consultants and software engineers, IT support and support workers, information system designers and programmers, IT system architects, and software engineering professionals.
The biggest decline in jobs in this sector has been in technology support and development workers, which dropped from 3.2 million jobs to 2.5.
This means that the percentage of the U’s IT jobs lost to automation is the highest in the world.
The McKinsey report also found that, while the IT industry has grown, the percentage in the overall economy has dropped.
The share of U. S. workers who are employed in IT rose from 35 percent in 2000 to 41 percent in 2015.
In contrast, the share of all jobs in America declined from 43 percent in 2005 to 37 percent in 2018.
The most notable decline in the IT job market has been among those in finance and insurance, which decreased from 7.6 percent of all U. s jobs in 2020 to 4.3 percent in 2021.
The same trend has been seen in education, where the share dropped from 16 percent in 2020 and remained the same until 2022.
As a result, there are now fewer IT workers in the country than there were in 2000.
“The technology industry is now in a state of transition,” said Mark Moseley, chief economist at the Institute for Information Technology Policy at Georgetown University.
“There is a lot of innovation going on in IT that’s going to require more workers, and it’s going do so much more in the next decade than it did in the last decade.”
The McKinseys report found that while the share in the labor force has dropped, the proportion of the workforce that is employed in the private sector has increased.
The proportion of workers who work in the government has increased from 26 percent in 2008 to 30 percent in 2019.
And the share that is working in finance, insurance and real estate has increased, while it is still relatively low.
This has been attributed to the government spending more on IT infrastructure, such as data centers, data storage, and network equipment.
In fact, the report says that, “the increase in the number of IT jobs is more than offset by a reduction in the percentage employed in other occupations.”
The trend toward a tech-heavy economy has been a long-term trend, but has come to a halt in recent years.
McKinsey said that the trends that led to this downturn in the industry began during the Great Recession in 2008.
The decline in IT employment has been particularly pronounced since 2010.
McKinseys data suggests that, from 2007 to 2021, the average number of people employed in tech grew by only 3 percent.
But the increase in employment has slowed, while total employment has grown by 5.5 to 9.5 times as fast.
And since 2010, the number that is in the tech industry has decreased by an average of 2.7 percent.
“While IT jobs are being lost faster than in the prior five years,” Mosely said, “they’re also being lost more slowly than in other sectors.
The number is decreasing at a faster pace than is happening in other industries.
The unemployment rate for tech workers is about 6.5 percentage points lower than it was in 2000, according McKinsey.
But this means that fewer workers are being added to the economy and the unemployment rate is growing.
“And the job growth in other parts of the economy, particularly health care, is more or less flat.” “
If you think about IT in terms of the jobs that are being created, they’re mostly in IT,” Meseley said.
“And the job growth in other parts of the economy, particularly health care, is more or less flat.”
While McKinsey’s report focuses on IT jobs, the numbers that it tracks include all occupations.
It says that the number in the employment category of “other workers” has risen by 4.2 percent over the last five years.
It is also worth noting that the McKinsey study is based on an analysis of the data.
In a similar way, the data used by the McKinseys study does not reflect the actual employment numbers in the industries they are