Interested in what jobs are hot and trending in Virginia? Check out the data below from Jobs2Careers.com. We’ve listed the top 50 trending hot jobs in Virginia (ranked by Year-Over-Year search volume and growth rate).
During FY 2015, total personal income increased 3.9 percent, 0.2 percentage point ahead of the forecast. Dividends, interest, and rental income, which made up 20 percent of total personal income in fiscal year 2015, grew 3.7 percent, ahead of the forecast. Supplements to wages and salaries finished 1.2 percentage points behind the forecast. Wages and salaries, which accounted for 51 percent of total personal income in FY 2015, grew 3.0 percent or 0.4 percentage points below the forecast. Payroll employment growth slightly underperformed expectations in FY 2015. In the official forecast, total nonagricultural employment was projected to increase 0.9 percent, with the average annual employment level rising by 33,800 jobs. Actual job gains were 29,300, an increase of 0.8 percent. Lower-than-expected gains for the leisure and hospitality sector, financial activities, and the professional and business services sector were offset by higher-than-expected gains in the trade, transportation, and utilities sector and the education and health services sector. Overall, five out of ten major employment sectors met or exceeded the official forecast in FY 2015. In terms of the number of jobs, the largest variance was concentrated in the leisure and hospitality sector, which was expected to gain 8,200 jobs, however, only gained 1,700 jobs. Professional and business services gained 4,500 jobs; this sector underperformed the forecasted gain of 5,200 jobs. Government added 1,400 jobs (state and local government gains more than offset a decline of 1,800 in federal government), instead of gaining the predicted 1,000 jobs. (Source: Virginia Department of Planning & Budget)
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