The four eras of American jobs, in one century-spanning chart

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By Dan Kopf
In the 1950s, the health care industry accounted for only around 3% of jobs in America. Today, it’s nearly 13% of the labor market. At the current pace of growth, health care jobs will surpass retail jobs for the first time near the end of this year.
While agriculture jobs dominated the private-sector labor market in the 19th century, manufacturing had its moment in the 20th century, and retail reigned in the first part of the 21st century, the future belongs to health care.
The combination of an aging population and increasingly sophisticated treatments for chronic conditions will make health care jobs grow faster than any other major industry (pdf) in the coming decades.
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