Employment Projections

Table 1. Net separations for medical and health services managers and for customer service representatives 2009–2014 (Numbers in thousands)

2009 Employment (1)

2014 Employment (2)

Net change, 2009–14

Rate of change, 2009–14 (percent) (4)

Age group

Number

Age group (3)

Number

Medical and health services managers

16-99 (5)

522

16-99

568

45

16-20

1

1

16-19

0

21-24

8

7

1718.2

20-24

6

25-29

36

30

481.5

25-29

31

30-34

47

16

52.2

30-34

45

35-39

58

13

28.7

35-39

67

40-44

77

10

14.9

40-44

67

45-49

81

14

21.6

45-49

87

50-54

90

3

3.9

50-54

94

55-59

86

-9

-9.2

55-59

73

60-64

55

-19

-25.5

60-64

35

65-69

20

-16

-44.7

65-69

10

70-74

5

-5

-46.7

70-74

3

75-79

2

-1

-30.4

75-99

3

80-99

2

-1

-36.2

Customer service representatives

16-99

1,887

16-99

1,986

99

16-20

155

155

16-19

122

21-24

262

140

114.9

20-24

310

25-29

303

-8

-2.5

25-29

271

30-34

224

-47

-17.3

30-34

226

35-39

185

-41

-18.3

35-39

198

40-44

191

-7

-3.4

40-44

195

45-49

186

-9

-4.5

45-49

190

50-54

182

-9

-4.5

50-54

155

55-59

143

-12

-7.7

55-59

118

60-64

99

-19

-16.2

60-64

64

65-69

32

-32

-49.6

65-69

23

70-74

15

-8

-35

70-74

8

75-79

5

-3

-33.7

75-99

7

80-99

4

-3

-39.5

Footnotes:
(1) 2009 data are averages of 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009 data.
(2) 2014 data are averages of 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 data.
(3) Age categories for 2014 employment are defined to contain the same number of years as the corresponding 2009 age categories.
(4) Rates of change were calculated by dividing net change by 2009 employment.
(5)Age group data may not sum to age 16-99 total because of rounding.

Source: Calculations from Current Population Survey public use microdata by the Employment Projections program, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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