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Occupational Projections

Occupational Employment Projections

 

Occupational Employment Projections show the expected future number of workers to be employed in different occupations of the labor market during a given period. The projections data will show which occupations are expected to employ more or less workers in the future.

Long-term projections cover a ten-year period and are updated at the statewide level every two years.  Substate level long-term projections are updated on a two-year schedule during the year following the statewide updates.

Short-term projections cover a two-year period, are updated every year, and provided at the state level only. Confidentiality rules prevent the release of some data.

Long-term Occupational Employment Projections 2020-2030

Mississippi  

Short-term Occupational Employment Projections

Mississippi 2021-2023

Accessible version

 

Substate Long-term Occupational Employment Projections 2018-2028

Workforce Development Areas

Delta
Mississippi Partnership
Southcentral Mississippi Works
Twin Districts

Metropolitan Statistical Areas

Gulfport-Biloxi-Pascagoula
Hattiesburg
Jackson

Community College Districts

* Areas have been combined for the production of Occupational Employment Projections
Copiah-Lincoln
East Central
East Mississippi and Meridian*
Hinds
Holmes
Itawamba
Jones
Mississippi Delta and Coahoma*
Mississippi Gulf Coast
Northeast Mississippi
Northwest Mississippi
Pearl River
Southwest Mississippi