Posted September 29, 2018 10:12:28The value of education as an educational resource is in short supply in the United States.
In the United Kingdom, the education sector employs an estimated one in four teachers.
In Canada, education workers account for about one in five of all teachers and one in seven of all school-aged students.
In the United states, however, education remains the primary employer in the labor market.
In 2018, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the employment of full-time full- and part-time workers in the private sector was at its lowest level in at least three decades.
The BLS data also showed that employment in the education industry declined during the recession, but it was also the best year since at least 1980 for education workers in terms of the amount of employment.
In 2016, the number of U.K. adults with a degree or higher, who had at least one year of education in the previous five years, rose from 1.5 million to 2.9 million.
The BLS report said that in the U, this number rose from 2.4 million in 2000 to 2 million in 2020.
In 2018, employment in full- or part- time, or full-term education in general, in the public sector increased by 13,000 from 8,300 to 10,300 people, while part- and full- time employment declined by 13 and 18 percent respectively.
The report also noted that the number and percentage of people with at least a bachelor’s degree or equivalent rose from 5,500 in 2016 to 5,800 in 2018.
“When you’re a child, you’re not going to be able to get a job that will allow you to do everything you need to do,” said Kate Gomes, a spokeswoman for the Center for American Progress, a left-leaning think tank.
“But when you’re older, you get an education, and you learn, and that starts to change the skillsets that you need.
And so that’s why we need to continue to invest in our young people.”
The labor market has been undergoing a change in the past few years.
The economy has grown more slowly in recent years than it did during the Great Recession, but the increase in part- or full time work is continuing to grow.
In 2017, the unemployment rate was 4.1 percent, down from 5.4 percent in 2016.
The number of people without a job fell from 17.4 to 16.1 million, according to the Bureau of Labour Statistics.
That’s a slight increase from a year earlier, but still well below the historic lows in the 1990s.
Despite the decline in full time employment, there are still more people working in the educational sector than ever before.
According to the BLS, the proportion of all workers in education has grown steadily in the last 30 years.
In 2016, it was 11.2 percent, up from 8.4 in 1980.
In 2020, it reached 17.6 percent, the highest since 1990, the BSL report said.
While some jobs in education have gotten more attractive over time, others have become more scarce or are being cut back.
The Bureau of the Census reported in January that more than 6 million people with a bachelor degree or greater are unemployed in the US.
It also reported that in 2016, 2.5 percent of the workforce in education was working part time.
According the BSP, that compares to 2 percent in 1980, 2 percent during the 1990 recession, and 2 percent between 2000 and 2016.
It said that while these numbers reflect trends over the last 40 years, it is important to note that the education workforce in the country is not uniform.
The labor force participation rate for adults aged 25 to 54 in 2020 was 71.2%, the lowest rate since the 1950s, according the Bureau.
The rate has been hovering around 71 percent since at one point in 2014.
In addition, the median age of the US population fell by 0.7 years, from 31.4 years in 2016 (the latest year for which data is available) to 30.4 (2017).
The number of unemployed people aged 18 to 64 dropped by about 0.2 percentage points from 2015 to 2016, but by 2.3 percentage points in 2018, according BLS.