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Here are the 15 jobs disappearing the fastest in the U.S.
May 1, 2019

From CNBC:

The average job in the U.S. will expand its workforce by 7% through 2026, but not all industries will be lucky enough to be adding staff in the future.

About 17% of the 818 occupations the Bureau of Labor Statistics tracks will actually lose more workers than they add between 2016 and 2026. The number of metal and plastic machines workers is expected to drop 9% in that decade. While other careers, such as locomotive firers, typists and postmasters will suffer a worse fate.

The following 15 occupations will experience the biggest decline over the next seven years, losing more than a fifth of all their workers:

15. Hand-grinding and polishing workers

Median annual wage: $29,550
Projected job growth through 2026: - 20%

These workers grind, sand and polish a variety of metal, wood, stone, clay, plastic or glass objects using hand tools or hand-held power tools.

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