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Big Job Losing Industries In The Next Decade

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The labor department recently released its projections of what the job market will look like from 2008-2018.

These industries are expected to suffer the most in the next few years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Click on to see the top ten.

Posted Jan. 11, 2010


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10. Wired telecommunications carriers

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Total job change  (2008-2018): -73,000


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9. Gasoline stations

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Total job change (2008-2018): -75,000


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8. Support activities for mining

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Total job change (2008-2018): -76,000


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7. Newspaper publishers

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Total job change (2008-2018): -81,000


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6. Cut and sew apparel manufacturing

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Total job change (2008-2018): -89,000


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5. Printing and related support activities

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Total job change (2008-2018): -95,000


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4. Postal service

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Total job change  (2008-2018): -98,000


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3. Motor vehicle parts manufacturing

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Total job change (2008-2018): -101,000


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2. Semiconductor & other electronic component manufacturing

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Total job change (2008-2018): -146,000


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1. Department stores

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Total job change  (2008-2018): -159,000


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