Dominant LI jobs of future won't be flashy
Industries of the future on Long Island may be exotic ones like green energy or medical research, but the dominant ...
Even in a bad economy, some jobs abound
The economy may be contracting, but in some fields, opportunities still abound. The jobs that will be in demand the most on Long Island in the next five to six years fall largely within the personal and professional services, and health care and technology sectors.
As Long Island ages, medical sector jobs increase
The graying of Long Island, and the addition of new federal health care regulations, will mean more jobs in the ...
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Focus on customer service seen for jobs in retail
Fierce competition and technological shifts in the shopping experience mean that Long Island's retail workers will take on a more ...
Special report: Essential public jobs will grow
The next 25 years will bring slowed growth to government-sector jobs in Nassau and Suffolk counties, experts believe.
Other economic sectors see few gains
Finance, real estate and leasingThis category, where the recession began, is expected to show mostly moderate growth, but its share ...
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High-tech skills seen as key to manufacturing jobs
High-tech skills will help define Long Island's manufacturing job market of the future.Good-paying jobs in high technology and green industry ...
NYC economy always affects LI -- for better or worse
For all the change that's taken place in Long Island's economy and all that is still to come, one thing will never change: It will always be right next to New York City, the most dominant economy in the nation.
Crossroads: Electronic technology
Adrienne Giannone,president and chief executive of Edge Electronics of Bohemia. Economic outlook: Long Island's economy will become ever more dependent ...
Crossroads: Noreen Carro, LMN Printing Co.
Noreen Carro,vice president of LMN Printing Co., based in Valley Stream, a certified female- and minority-owned company. Economic outlook: "We're ...