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Careers with Declining Employment
These are the occupations expected to have the largest percent drop in employment over the 10-year period of 2018 to 2028 (for states) or 2020 to 2030 (for the United States overall). Please note that these projections do not account for the impacts of the current pandemic. Many occupations are likely to have very different projections due to the rapidly changing economy. When revised data are available, they will be published here.
We found 42 declining occupations in Ohio.
Results Filtered by:
Typical Education – Bachelor's degree.
Rank Occupation Employment Percent Change Earnings Typical Education
2018 2028
17
Reporters and Correspondents
1,270
980
-23%
Median wage is between $41,300 to $62,900 per yearBachelor's degree
47
Radio and Television Announcers
1,500
1,320
-12%
Median wage is between $30,870 to $41,300 per yearBachelor's degree
49
Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers and Instructors
1,390
1,240
-11%
Median wage is between $41,300 to $62,900 per yearBachelor's degree
50
Computer Programmers
5,390
4,810
-11%
Median wage is greater than $62,900 per yearBachelor's degree
53
Labor Relations Specialists
5,770
5,160
-11%
Median wage is greater than $62,900 per yearBachelor's degree
65
Chief Executives
5,650
5,160
-9%
Median wage is greater than $62,900 per yearBachelor's degree
69
Editors
2,400
2,190
-9%
Median wage is greater than $62,900 per yearBachelor's degree
88
Buyers and Purchasing Agents
18,580
17,110
-8%
Median wage is greater than $62,900 per yearBachelor's degree
92
Insurance Underwriters
5,170
4,760
-8%
Median wage is greater than $62,900 per yearBachelor's degree
104
Writers and Authors
3,570
3,330
-7%
Median wage is greater than $62,900 per yearBachelor's degree