Tech jobs are at a record high.
It’s no surprise.
The U.S. economy continues to grow strongly, and we continue to see the labor market expand, while the tech industry continues to shrink.
In fact, we’re on track to record a job gain of almost 25 million jobs over the next three years, according to a new report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
So we’re going to see plenty of tech jobs.
However, we don’t expect that to happen all at once.
We’re going not to have that job gain all at the same time, but we’re definitely going to have a lot of tech companies hiring more people than they’re hiring.
But if you look at the jobs in technology that have been released so far, they’re all coming in the form of web-based, desktop software jobs.
And those jobs are growing faster than the overall jobs market.
The average hourly wage for those positions is now $31.15, according the BLS, up about 10% from the year before.
The fastest-growing job is the one that has the highest hourly pay — web developers, who are now seeing a 4% increase in pay over the past year.
This is particularly important because web developers often have the hardest job in terms of the skill sets they have, and their pay is rising.
It means they’re not just getting a paycheck, they have to pay for things like healthcare.
So if you’re in that job market right now, you’re probably paying your healthcare bills, and you’re not going to be able to do all the things that you’d like to do for free, such as taking out loans, or even starting your own business.
The BLS notes that web development is the fastest-rising job in the U.P., but that it’s not alone.
Job growth for software engineers, meanwhile, is still slowing.
The percentage of jobs in the software industry that are “digital only” is at a historic low of just 3.6%.
That means the percentage of U.K.-based developers that are employed by the U