The fastest growing jobs in the U.S. share two key traits. For the most part, they don't pay very well. They are also traditionally done by women.
Relatively stagnant wages have long been a concern for economists, too, tempered only recently by news that hourly wages inched up 2.9 percent over the past 12 months, the strongest year-over-year increase in more than seven years.
According to the most recent workforce data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the issue of low wages will continue to be one Americans have to reckon with.
Here are the 10 jobs that will be adding the highest number workers between 2014 to 2024:
10. Construction workers
Number of jobs: 147,400
Median annual wage: $31,910