A lot has changed in the last year.
Here’s how the world’s jobs are changing in 2017.1.
Food, beverage and food services: Restaurants, hotels, bars, restaurants, hotels and other similar businesses employ almost 1.5 billion people.
These jobs are being replaced by other jobs that require a lot more skills, such as people who perform tasks such as running a fleet of vehicles, managing logistics, overseeing medical procedures and operating a restaurant.2.
Information technology: Technology-related jobs account for about 1.1 billion jobs globally, with the vast majority in the developing world, with India accounting for the biggest share.3.
Mining, quarrying and extraction: Mining, extraction and quarrying are key industrial sectors in the world.
In 2017, the mining sector employs more than 2.2 billion people, with some of the largest economies in the Asia-Pacific region.4.
Construction and maintenance: The construction industry employs more people in the developed world than in the rest of the world, including India, China and the United States.
Construction is increasingly becoming a major job in emerging markets, where governments are looking to attract more investment to revive the economy.5.
Banking, insurance and real estate: The financial sector, which is a huge part of the economy, employs around 2.6 billion people globally, including around 500 million in China, where banks are a key driver of growth.6.
Education and training: The number of people with a tertiary education in the UK has increased by almost 2.5 million since 2010, according to the Office for National Statistics.
This includes a rise of 2.4 million in London and another 1.9 million in Cambridge, the capital of Cambridgeshire, which hosts the world renowned Royal Academy of Engineering.7.
Health care: In 2017 more than 8.2 million people were employed in the health care sector, including 4.2 people per day in London.8.
Manufacturing: Manufacturing employment has risen by nearly 3 million people since 2010.9.
Agriculture: The largest part of agriculture’s workforce in the United Kingdom is in the North East, including Durham and Warwickshire, with an estimated 1.7 million people.10.
Tourism and hospitality: Tourism and tourism, a global industry, employs more workers in the USA than anywhere else in the EU.
In 2018, more than half a million people worldwide were employed at hotels, resorts and resorts in the US.11.
Agriculture and forestry: The world economy’s agricultural sector employs about 7.8 million people, including over 1 million in Brazil.12.
Construction: The global construction industry employed more than 4.5 people per job in the global South East in 2018.13.
Retail trade: The retail trade sector employs some 800,000 people globally in Britain.14.
Health service and social care: The health service and care sector employs around 1.3 million people globally.15.
Business administration: The business administration sector employs over 1.4 millions people globally and employs more in the South East than anywhere in the European Union.16.
Food and beverage services: The food and beverage sector employs 1.2 to 1.6 million people around the world and employs some 200,000 in the UAE.17.
Construction, extraction, quarry, mining and mining services: Construction, extracting, quarry and mining, which accounts for around 90 per cent of global employment, employs about 1 million people in 2017 in the Middle East and the Gulf region.18.
Finance and insurance: The finance and insurance sector employs a third of the global workforce.19.
Administrative and support services: Support services, including healthcare and social assistance, account for a third to a half of the workforce.20.
Information and communication technology: The information and communication technologies sector employs 5.5 to 7 million people throughout the world with the largest concentration in the Pacific Rim.21.
Manufacturing and related services: Manufacturing, a key component of the UK economy, accounts for about 5 per cent to 6 per cent, or around 5 million people across the EU and the UK.22.
Health, education and social protection: Health, educational and social support, which includes a range of services such as care, rehabilitation, mental health and child protection, is the second largest employer in the country.23.
Public administration and social services: Public administration is a key sector for the UK, with more than 100,000 staff across the country, and services such the local authority, police, fire services and ambulance services are among the biggest employers in the whole of the United Republic of Ireland.24.
Information, communications and media: The online media sector employs nearly 5 million workers in Britain, including a total of almost 10 million in England and Wales, with many in the capital London and elsewhere.25.
Retail, accommodation and food retail: Retail, a major part of UK retail trade, employs over 4 million people and employs around 10 million people overall.26.
Foodservice and catering: The