THE FORECASTED BUSINESS 'NEED'

FORECASTED KNOWLEDGE GAPS

 Nearly every type of company is looking for people who can analyze and  interpret data to solve problems,” said Kim Castro, executive editor at  U.S. News. 


“This technological boom is creating new opportunities for  statisticians, engineers and software developers– these workers are  developing the algorithms that are rapidly changing the global job  market.” 

FORECASETED BUSINESS GAPS

 According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in the health care field is expected to grow by 18% by 2026



HEALTHCARE RISING COSTS

 Employers expect health care costs to increase by 5.5%*  in 2018, up from a 4.6% increase in 2017, according to the 22nd annual  Best Practices in Health Care Employer Survey by Willis Towers Watson  (NASDAQ: WLTW).  

 

In 2015, U.S. health care costs were $3.2 trillion. That makes health  care one of the country's largest industries, equaling to 17.8 percent  of gross domestic product


In comparison, health care cost $27.2 billion in 1960, just 5 percent  of GDP. That translates to an annual health care cost of $9,990 per  person in 2015 versus just $146 per person in 1960. Health care costs have risen faster than the annual income.



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