The young generation’s penchant for technology is one of the main reasons that tech companies are facing the steepest headwinds they’ve ever seen, according to a new study.
But millennials are also one of their biggest losers in the economy, according a new report from research firm eMarketer.
In fact, millennials’ job prospects for the next five years are so dire that they’ll likely have no choice but to retrench in the face of declining job growth.
The millennial job outlook: How bad is it?
While the jobs numbers in tech are promising, there’s a big problem in the data that the report notes.
While the job numbers are improving, millennials aren’t doing as well as they should.
And the jobs that they do get are less than they deserve.
The report looks at the jobs of people between the ages of 18 to 29 in the U.S. as well the jobs at those ages that are the most plentiful.
It says the median age of those jobs is 27 and the unemployment rate for those people is 8.3%.
That means that of the roughly 3 million workers who were in those jobs last year, the vast majority of them were young and unemployed.
But that’s not how the job market is shaping up for young people right now.
In fact, the jobs are far from plentiful, according the report.
Of the jobs available, just 3% of them are in the top 20 most-common jobs in America right now, with the majority of those being in the service sector, manufacturing and construction.
While millennials are getting more educated and more educated is helping them, that doesn’t mean that they are doing well.
Of the jobs in the highest-paying categories, just 4% of the jobs were filled by millennials in 2014.
In 2016, only 7% of those in the same positions were millennials.
This is far from a sustainable future for the country.
If we’re going to keep the economy healthy and competitive, it needs to attract and retain workers with a high-quality of life, the report says.
And it says that we should stop giving young people a pass on these high-paying, high-skill jobs because it hurts them in the long run.
Here’s how the jobs market is looking right now: 1.
High-paying jobs: The median wage for a tech worker is $55,000.
That’s up from $55.7 million in 2016.
However, there are a lot of high-skilled jobs out there, and they aren’t all in tech.
The report says that almost one-third of the tech jobs in 2019 were high-tech occupations, meaning they were jobs that required advanced technology or advanced skills, including software development, operations, and operations support.
Those are the kinds of jobs that millennials want to have.2.
Service-related jobs: That number jumps to 4% in 2019, up from 3%.
The service industry includes restaurants, hotels, bars, and food services.
This group has been growing in the last several years, particularly in tech, but there is still a long way to go.
In 2019, the median salary for a service-related worker was $49,000, up 14% from $45,000 in 2016 and up 3.9% from a decade ago.
Manufacturing jobs: While the manufacturing industry has grown rapidly over the past few decades, there is a problem.
In the last five years, the manufacturing job market has declined by almost 4%.
The manufacturing job gap has widened to a whopping 22% of all jobs in 2018, according with eMarker.
This means that the average manufacturing worker is making less than $30,000 a year.
Construction-related positions: This is where the boom has been happening.
Construction jobs have grown significantly in the past decade, with construction and related industries accounting for over half of the employment in 2018.
But the construction industry has been losing workers to other sectors, particularly manufacturing.
“We’re not going to make any progress with the construction-related workforce,” said Mark Rees, vice president of eMarket.
“We need to make sure we’re investing in the manufacturing-related sector and that’s where we need to be investing in to create more jobs for the future.”
The problem with this report: There’s no real measure of job security in the United States.
It’s hard to compare the average job that a young person might get to the job security that an older person might have.
It also is hard to say how much the boom in technology is hurting the economy right now because we don’t have an accurate data set on how many jobs there are in various industries.
The bottom line: We are losing the jobs and the economic growth that we have.
That means the young people are not doing as good as they could, and that means that jobs will go to people in their 20s and 30s. The