Employment Projections

Table 1. Net separations for licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses and for customer service representatives 2007—2012
(Numbers in thousands)

2007 Employment (1)

2012 Employment (2)

Net change, 2007—12

Rate of change, 2007—12 (percent) (4)

Age group

Number

Age group (3)

Number

Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses

16-99 (5)

529

16-99

572

43

16-20

6

6

16-19

1

21-24

30

28

2286.9

20-24

31

25-29

56

25

79.8

25-29

50

30-34

66

16

31.0

30-34

59

35-39

79

20

33.6

35-39

66

40-44

67

1

0.9

40-44

74

45-49

77

4

5.0

45-49

81

50-54

71

-9

-11.5

50-54

78

55-59

59

-19

-24.4

55-59

53

60-64

41

-12

-22.5

60-64

23

65-69

14

-9

-39.4

65-69

9

70-74

4

-5

-56.7

70-74

3

75-79

2

-1

-42.4

75-99

1

80-99

1

-1

-49.5

Customer service representatives

16-99

1,830

16-99

1,910

75

16-20

155

155

16-19

116

21-24

261

145

124.2

20-24

297

25-29

281

-16

-5.4

25-29

265

30-34

220

-45

-16.9

30-34

231

35-39

191

-41

-17.6

35-39

191

40-44

191

0

-0.1

40-44

197

45-49

185

-12

-6.0

45-49

177

50-54

169

-9

-5.1

50-54

153

55-59

127

-26

-17.1

55-59

112

60-64

82

-31

-27.3

60-64

58

65-69

28

-30

-52.1

65-69

19

70-74

11

-8

-41.0

70-74

9

75-79

5

-4

-48.9

75-99

6

80-99

4

-3

-42.8

Footnotes:
(1) 2007 data are averages of 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007 data.
(2) 2012 data are averages of 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012 data.
(3) Age categories for 2012 employment are defined to contain the same number of years as the corresponding 2007 age categories.
(4) Rates of change were calculated by dividing net change by 2007 employment.
(5) Age group data may not sum to age 16-99 total because of rounding.

Data Source: Current Population Survey, U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Commerce
Table Source: Employment Projections program, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Last Modified Date: December 19, 2013

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