Ben Shapiro, the founder of Breitbart News, recently said that he thinks the US is in the “death throes” of “education job death” due to a lack of qualified people.
He argued that we have “a job that is getting harder and harder” because of the current system, but that there are still “very, very few jobs that people want”.
Here are five things to know about what an education career looks like in the US. 1.
How many people work in education?
A lot More than you might think.
According to a 2016 survey by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the US employed more than 3.5 million people in education in 2016.
That number is expected to be higher this year, as the number of people with a college degree or more in the workforce continues to rise.
According the Bureau, the number with at least a high school diploma has more than doubled over the past three decades.
The proportion of adults with a high-school diploma or more has been rising since the 1970s, but this has slowed dramatically in recent years.
The US Census Bureau estimates that there were nearly 9 million high school graduates in 2016, and that the number has risen to more than 11 million by 2031.
The number of high school grads has also been on the rise since 2008.
But the number is still far below its pre-recession peak.
The Census Bureau reports that the percentage of the population with at most a high college degree has dropped from 62.7% in 2004 to just 56.3% in 2017.
A lot less than you think.
That’s because the median income for Americans with a bachelor’s degree or higher was just $57,800 in 2017, according to the Census Bureau.
That figure is far below the $65,000 median household income for those who have a high level of education in the United States.
That means a lot of people are out of work and struggling to get by, even though their education credentials are good.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis reports that nearly 40% of all people without a college diploma were employed in 2017 according to their occupation, while just over 40% were in the labour force.
And nearly 50% of those with a graduate degree were employed.
The gap between those who do and do not have a college education is narrowing, but not as much as some people might think, according the Bureau.
“It’s a lot more common for someone to have a graduate or higher degree than someone with a lower-level job,” said Mark Kranz, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
Krans report found that in 2017 there were almost a million jobs in the education field, and he says that while the number might be smaller in 2020, it’s growing.
But Krani thinks that this is a temporary phenomenon and that it could be changing.
The median income of high- school graduates is $56,300 in 2017; that number is only $38,900 in 2020.
This is a significant drop from the $73,500 median income the year before.
And Kranjans report also showed that only 16% of Americans who have had a bachelor or master’s degree in education are in the work force today.
So the education industry may be seeing more people leave the job market.
But it’s also not as bad as people think.
As of March 2018, only 12% of graduates were in full-time employment, according a Bureau of Labour Statistics report.
In contrast, about 19% of non-graduates were employed full time in 2017 and about 25% of that group was employed full- time in 2020 according to Kranjaans report.
“This is not necessarily a bad thing,” said Kranji, who also co-authored the report.
Krenz, who is also a research associate at the Urban Institute, said that a large number of graduates are actually leaving the workforce to take on other jobs.
He said that the high percentage of people who are not in the labor force and not working is a good sign.
“When you’re not in a job, you’re more likely to take other jobs,” he said.
“The idea that there is a massive workforce shortage of people in college education fields, it is a big problem.”
And it’s a problem that has been exacerbated by the high cost of tuition, Kranis report found.
The average monthly cost for a bachelor degree is about $8,400, according and the average for a master’s was $28,400.
The report also found that many of these graduates are leaving the job force to work part-time because they can’t afford to live in a house full of roommates.
And that could have a ripple effect on the US economy, said Kreni.
In fact, the report found the percentage employment rate for people with some college education dropped from 57% in 2018 to 49% in 2020 because they were unable to