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Visualizing Spokane’s jobs outlook

Click on the images below to explore interactive graphs showing data from the Washington State Employment Security Department’s 2009 jobs outlook for the Spokane area. Hover over any data point on the graphs for more information. Use the links below to jump to the graph for a certain sector. Overview | Health care | Information technology | Manufacturing | Construction | Finance/insurance | Business services | Transportation/warehousing
See where the most jobs are projected to be in 2017 and which ones will pay the best.
See which health care jobs are expected to increase the most between 2007 and 2017.
The numbers in the circles represent the number of positions expected to be added per type of job. Overview | Health care | Information technology | Manufacturing | Construction | Finance/insurance | Business services | Transportation/warehousing
See which IT jobs are expected to increase the most between 2007 and 2017.
See which manufacturing jobs are expected to increase the most between 2007 and 2017.
Overview | Health care | Information technology | Manufacturing | Construction | Finance/insurance | Business services | Transportation/warehousing
See which construction jobs are expected to increase the most between 2007 and 2017.
See which finance and insurance jobs are expected to increase the most between 2007 and 2017.
Overview | Health care | Information technology | Manufacturing | Construction | Finance/insurance | Business services | Transportation/warehousing
See which business services jobs are expected to increase the most between 2007 and 2017.
See which transportation and warehousing jobs are expected to increase the most between 2007 and 2017.
Overview | Health care | Information technology | Manufacturing | Construction | Finance/insurance | Business services | Transportation/warehousing
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