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tech­ni­cians are not typ­i­cally highly ed­u­cated, and they are paid far less than most Amer­i­cans. The me­dian pay of med­i­cal and den­tal lab­o­ra­tory tech­ni­cians was just $33,070 in 2012, one of the lower in­comes re­viewed. The pro­fes­sion is pro­jected to grow, al­beit slowly, with the BLS es­ti­mat­ing a 6.7% growth be­tween 2012 and 2022. Still, the un­em­ploy­ment rate among work­ers in the pro­fes­sion is among the low­est. As is the case with other med­i­cal pro­fes­sions, the low un­em­ploy­ment rate among lab­o­ra­tory tech­ni­cians is likely due in part to grow­ing de­mand for med­i­cal ser­vices, par­tic­u­larly among the ag­ing baby boomer gen­er­a­tion. the pro­fes­sion is ex­pected to grow 7.3% by 2022, slower than the av­er­age growth rate across all oc­cu­pa­tions, air­plane and parts man­u­fac­tur­ing is among Amer­ica’s most ro­bust in­dus­tries. Plane routes and fleets are per­haps at ca­pac­ity, but de­mand for new planes is still very high. For ex­am­ple, Boe­ing — a global leader in air­plane man­u­fac­tur­ing — re­ported a back­log of nearly $500 bln, with roughly 5,500 com­mer­cial air­plane or­ders. or­tho­don­tists, en­dodon­tists, or spe­cialise in other fields such as pe­di­atrics, pathol­ogy, and public health. The me­dian in­come of den­tists was nearly $150,000 in 2012, one of the high­est in­comes com­pared to ev­ery other oc­cu­pa­tion. The BLS also projects em­ploy­ment in the field to grow nearly 16% by 2022, also among the higher rates.

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