JOBS. Jobs are still there, but it is not 1950.

  • On average, adults are changing jobs 10 times before they are 40.
  • There are more renewable energy workers than traditional fuel workers.
  • The US is the2nd largest manufacturer behind China.
  • Even if coal production were to increase. coal jobs will not due to automation.

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Millennials Worry About College Debt 

In 1947, the three major industries were mining, the federal government and construction, jobs that people expected to have for most of their lives. By 2017 workers tend to change jobs 10 times before they are 40. For Millennials, who face an unemployment rate of 12.8% -- compared to the national average of 4.9% -- the need to find new ideas and opportunities is paramount. Currently, billions of dollars and thousands of jobs are being created to build a more resilient, efficient infrastructure.

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