The tech industry is the fastest-growing segment of the US economy, with the average annual growth rate at 2.2%, according to a new report.
But it also has the most challenging job market and the highest unemployment rate in the country.
The report, titled The Alliance of Tech Companies: The New American Economy, estimates that the tech industry will employ about 2.4 million people by 2020, with another 1.8 million in training and another 2.6 million looking for jobs.
That makes it the fastest growing sector in the US, and one of the fastest to grow, the report found.
The number of tech workers in the U.S. is projected to double from 2014 to 2024, the authors said.
Here’s what the new report has to say about how it came up with its projections.
1.4 Million In Training, Another 1.5 Million Looking For Jobs The Alliance study is the first time it has examined the job market for technology workers.
The job market is expected to double by 2020.
And the average growth rate is projected at 2% from 2014-2020, the study found.
So, the number of workers trained by tech companies will grow from roughly 1.1 million to 1.3 million over that period, according to the study.
That is the largest number of job openings the report has found in any sector, and could be significant for the U: more than 50,000 tech jobs could be available by 2024, more than double the number available from 2012 to 2020.
That means the number one technology job for 2020 could be as high as 1.7 million.
This is huge.
2.8 Million Training Is In Demand Tech is one of many industries that are facing a shortage of workers, with more than 6 million tech workers needed to meet demand, according the report.
So the numbers on how many workers are trained are even higher.
The Alliance report projects that the number needed to train a tech worker will be about 2 million by 2020 and that the job is available for training in nearly 40% of U.T.L. campuses, up from about 25% in 2012.
That’s a huge increase from the 2% available in 2012, and the numbers were even higher at some other universities.
The problem is that tech is also the fastest expanding industry, with a projected growth rate of 2.7% in 2020.
A lot of that growth will be driven by tech training and job creation.
The numbers will increase, but the number for tech workers will also increase.
A good job will not be available at this rate in 2024.
The jobs are just not being created.
Tech companies are already seeing a significant number of employees leaving the industry.
The data on companies looking to layoff workers is also very troubling.
A recent report from PayScale found that, on average, companies are cutting jobs for their workforce in half every year, and that’s a trend that’s expected to continue.
A large number of those laid off are part of a small cohort of employees who have the skills and knowledge needed to keep the company alive.
The analysis also shows that companies that are already struggling are cutting costs even further.
The average annual cost to train an employee for a new job is $26,000, a decrease of over $2,000 from 2020, according PayScale.
If a company was willing to lay off a large portion of its workforce, it would have an extra $1,500 in cost per employee per year.
And that’s before taking into account the additional expenses that will be associated with training new employees.
Tech’s growth has been driven by software developers, but there’s an even larger group of employees looking for new jobs in tech.
The study found that more than 30% of the jobs that were created in the last four years in the tech sector were in software development.
The largest share of those jobs were in the software and services business, which includes data analytics, data storage, data warehousing, and software engineering.
And those are all areas where the companies are struggling the most.
There are also a number of other sectors in which tech companies are seeing their stock price drop.
The biggest losers are healthcare, education, and retail, according The Alliance.
Those are all industries that could see their share of jobs shrink from 2024 to 2024.
Tech is the only sector that will see its share of workforce shrink from 2012 levels.
2 million Job Potential for Tech Companies The authors of the report say that there is an estimated 3.7 billion tech workers, or about half of the workforce in the United States.
That number is expected rise by 1.6 billion in 2020 and 2.5 billion in 2021, the researchers said.
The tech workforce is projected by the Alliance to grow by about 2% annually from 2024-2022, based on the projected growth rates of the industries it is working in.
And there are about 5 million jobs that the authors predict are available for tech companies in