Job Market Projection (Individual Assignment) After  loading “Labor Market 2018 & Projected 2018–28” data set (you can  download it in this assignment fold

Job Market Projection (Individual Assignment) After  loading “Labor Market 2018 & Projected 2018–28” data set (you can  download it in this assignment folder), please answer below questions.  (Data is provided by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, https://www.bls.gov/careeroutlook/2019/article/wages-and-openings.htm)

Create  a scatter plot that shows “Median Annual Wage 2018” in Y axis and  “Annual Average Openings, Projected 2018-2028” in X axis, bubble sized  by number of records and colored by occupational group. 

Please create  your title of this figure and copy and paste it on this below box

Q1)  Please locate the jobs that are related to data systems in this data.  What are the median annual wages in 2018 and annual average openings  projected from 2018 to 2028?

Q2)  After exploring the data, are you willing to have this job for your  future career?  If you changed your mind, why? Then, locate the jobs  that interest you for your future placements and lable them in your  figure. Please elaborate on your decision. Sheet1

Occupation Occupational group Annual average openings, projected 2018–28 Median annual wage, 2018

Computer and information research scientists Computer and Information Technology 3,200 118,370

Computer programmers Computer and Information Technology 15,100 84,280

Software developers Computer and Information Technology 134,600 105,590

Computer support specialists Computer and Information Technology 82,500 53,470

Computer systems analysts Computer and Information Technology 53,400 88,740

Database administrators Computer and Information Technology 9,700 90,070

Network and computer systems administrators Computer and Information Technology 29,300 82,050

Information security analysts Computer and Information Technology 12,800 98,350

Web developers Computer and Information Technology 15,100 69,430

Computer network architects Computer and Information Technology 12,200 109,020

Architects Architecture and Engineering 11,800 79,380

Landscape architects Architecture and Engineering 1,900 68,230

Cartographers and photogrammetrists Architecture and Engineering 1,100 64,430

Surveyors Architecture and Engineering 4,000 62,580

Aerospace engineers Architecture and Engineering 4,500 115,220

Biomedical engineers Architecture and Engineering 1,500 88,550

Chemical engineers Architecture and Engineering 2,400 104,910

Civil engineers Architecture and Engineering 28,300 86,640

Computer hardware engineers Architecture and Engineering 5,200 114,600

Electrical and electronics engineers Architecture and Engineering 22,900 99,070

Environmental engineers Architecture and Engineering 4,600 87,620

Industrial engineers Architecture and Engineering 22,600 87,040

Marine engineers and naval architects Architecture and Engineering 800 92,560

Materials engineers Architecture and Engineering 1,700 92,390

Mechanical engineers Architecture and Engineering 22,900 87,370

Mining and geological engineers Architecture and Engineering 500 92,250

Nuclear engineers Architecture and Engineering 1,100 107,600

Petroleum engineers Architecture and Engineering 2,500 137,170

Drafters Architecture and Engineering 20,500 55,550

Civil engineering technicians Architecture and Engineering 7,700 52,580

Environmental engineering technicians Architecture and Engineering 2,000 50,560

Industrial engineering technicians Architecture and Engineering 6,600 55,460

Mechanical engineering technicians Architecture and Engineering 4,300 56,250

Surveying and mapping technicians Architecture and Engineering 7,200 44,380

Agricultural engineers Architecture and Engineering 200 77,110

Health and safety engineers Architecture and Engineering 2,000 89,130

Aerospace engineering and operations technicians Architecture and Engineering 1,100 67,010

Electrical and electronics engineering technicians Architecture and Engineering 12,700 64,330

Electro-mechanical technicians Architecture and Engineering 1,400 57,790

Atmospheric scientists, including meteorologists Life, Physical, and Social Science 1,100 94,110

Economists Life, Physical, and Social Science 1,800 104,340

Agricultural and food scientists Life, Physical, and Social Science 4,300 64,020

Biochemists and biophysicists Life, Physical, and Social Science 3,100 93,280

Microbiologists Life, Physical, and Social Science 2,100 71,650

Zoologists and wildlife biologists Life, Physical, and Social Science 1,900 63,420

Epidemiologists Life, Physical, and Social Science 700 69,660

Medical scientists Life, Physical, and Social Science 13,200 84,810

Physicists and astronomers Life, Physical, and Social Science 2,000 119,580

Chemists and materials scientists Life, Physical, and Social Science 9,100 78,330

Environmental scientists and specialists Life, Physical, and Social Science 10,300 71,130

Geoscientists Life, Physical, and Social Science 3,600 91,130

Hydrologists Life, Physical, and Social Science 800 79,370

Survey researchers Life, Physical, and Social Science 1,500 57,700

Psychologists Life, Physical, and Social Science 16,200 79,010

Sociologists Life, Physical, and Social Science 400 82,050

Urban and regional planners Life, Physical, and Social Science 4,200 73,050

Anthropologists and archeologists Life, Physical, and Social Science 800 62,410

Political scientists Life, Physical, and Social Science 800 117,570

Biological technicians Life, Physical, and Social Science 9,800 44,500

Chemical technicians Life, Physical, and Social Science 7,200 48,160

Geological and petroleum technicians Life, Physical, and Social Science 1,800 53,300

Nuclear technicians Life, Physical, and Social Science 900 79,140

Environmental science and protection technicians Life, Physical, and Social Science 4,600 46,170

Forensic science technicians Life, Physical, and Social Science 2,400 58,230

Conservation scientists and foresters Life, Physical, and Social Science 3,600 61,340

Geographers Life, Physical, and Social Science 200 80,300

Historians Life, Physical, and Social Science 400 61,140

Agricultural and food science technicians Life, Physical, and Social Science 3,800 40,860

Mathematicians and statisticians Math 5,600 88,190

Actuaries Math 2,200 102,880

Operations research analysts Math 10,900 83,390

Advertising, promotions, and marketing managers Management 28,700 132,620

Sales managers Management 39,000 124,220

Public relations and fundraising managers Management 7,800 114,800

Administrative services managers Management 28,100 96,180

Computer and information systems managers Management 38,800 142,530

Financial managers Management 64,900 127,990

Compensation and benefits managers Management 1,400 121,010

Training and development managers Management 3,800 111,340

Human resources managers Management 14,400 113,300

Industrial production managers Management 13,800 103,380

Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers Management 95,600 67,950

Construction managers Management 40,200 93,370

Preschool and childcare center directors Management 5,800 47,940

Elementary, middle, and high school principals Management 22,900 95,310

Postsecondary education administrators Management 16,800 94,340

Architectural and engineering managers Management 14,600 140,760

Food service managers Management 46,900 54,240

Lodging managers Management 5,500 53,390

Medical and health services managers Management 42,200 99,730

Natural sciences managers Management 6,100 123,860

Property, real estate, and community association managers Management 31,600 58,340

Social and community service managers Management 17,800 65,320

Top executives Management 246,800 104,980

Emergency management directors Management 900 74,420

Insurance underwriters Business and Financial 8,400 69,380

Human resources specialists Business and Financial 67,700 60,880

Claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners, and investigators Business and Financial 27,400 65,670

Cost estimators Business and Financial 24,200 64,040

Management analysts Business and Financial 99,900 83,610

Meeting, convention, and event planners Business and Financial 16,800 49,370

Accountants and auditors Business and Financial 146,000 70,500

Appraisers and assessors of real estate Business and Financial 6,700 54,980

Budget analysts Business and Financial 4,800 76,220

Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists Business and Financial 9,200 63,000

Financial analysts Business and Financial 30,900 85,660

Personal financial advisors Business and Financial 23,200 88,890

Financial examiners Business and Financial 5,200 80,180

Loan officers Business and Financial 29,900 63,040

Tax examiners and collectors, and revenue agents Business and Financial 4,600 54,440

Training and development specialists Business and Financial 37,300 60,870

Market research analysts Business and Financial 90,700 63,120

Purchasing managers, buyers, and purchasing agents Business and Financial 46,600 67,600

Logisticians Business and Financial 17,900 74,600

Fundraisers Business and Financial 11,300 56,950

Labor relations specialists Business and Financial 7,000 67,790

Bill and account collectors Office and Administrative Support 27,700 $36,020

Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks Office and Administrative Support 188,500 40,240

Tellers Office and Administrative Support 47,600 29,450

Customer service representatives Office and Administrative Support 387,600 33,750

Receptionists Office and Administrative Support 157,900 29,140

Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers Office and Administrative Support 10,100 40,660

Postal service workers Office and Administrative Support 24,100 58,760

Secretaries and administrative assistants Office and Administrative Support 380,700 38,880

Desktop publishers Office and Administrative Support 1,200 42,910

Financial clerks Office and Administrative Support 157,200 39,570

Information clerks Office and Administrative Support 179,500 34,520

Material recording clerks Office and Administrative Support 392,100 28,860

General office clerks Office and Administrative Support 360,400 32,730

Travel agents Sales 9,700 38,700

Cashiers Sales 661,300 22,430

Retail sales workers Sales 671,800 24,340

Advertising sales agents Sales 19,500 51,740

Insurance sales agents Sales 53,400 50,600

Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents Sales 44,600 64,120

Wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives Sales 187,100 61,660

Models Sales 600 23,770

Real estate brokers and sales agents Sales 49,000 50,300

Sales engineers Sales 7,900 101,420

Flight attendants Transportation and Material Moving 15,300 56,000

Airline and commercial pilots Transportation and Material Moving 13,700 115,670

Air traffic controllers Transportation and Material Moving 2,300 124,540

Bus drivers Transportation and Material Moving 91,300 34,450

Delivery truck drivers and driver/sales workers Transportation and Material Moving 169,500 30,500

Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers Transportation and Material Moving 238,400 43,680

Taxi drivers, ride-hailing drivers, and chauffeurs Transportation and Material Moving 51,300 25,980

Railroad workers Transportation and Material Moving 8,300 61,480

Water transportation workers Transportation and Material Moving 8,900 54,400

Material moving machine operators Transportation and Material Moving 89,200 35,850

Hand laborers and material movers Transportation and Material Moving 620,400 27,270

Dietitians and nutritionists Healthcare 5,500 $60,370

Audiologists Healthcare 800 75,920

Nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners Healthcare 20,500 113,930

Athletic trainers Healthcare 2,500 47,510

Genetic counselors Healthcare 300 80,370

Nursing assistants and orderlies Healthcare 196,800 28,530

Phlebotomists Healthcare 18,100 34,480

Chiropractors Healthcare 1,800 71,410

Dentists Healthcare 6,000 156,240

Optometrists Healthcare 1,700 111,790

Pharmacists Healthcare 14,100 126,120

Physicians and surgeons Healthcare 28,500 208,000

Physician assistants Healthcare 11,500 108,610

Podiatrists Healthcare 700 129,550

Registered nurses Healthcare 210,400 71,730

Occupational therapists Healthcare 10,500 84,270

Physical therapists Healthcare 16,900 87,930

Radiation therapists Healthcare 1,100 82,330

Recreational therapists Healthcare 1,100 47,860

Respiratory therapists Healthcare 10,600 60,280

Speech-language pathologists Healthcare 13,500 77,510

Veterinarians Healthcare 5,100 93,830

Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians Healthcare 25,500 52,330

Dental hygienists Healthcare 17,900 74,820

Diagnostic medical sonographers Healthcare 9,500 67,080

and cardiovascular technologists and technicians,

including vascular technologists

Nuclear medicine technologists Healthcare 1,200 76,820

Radiologic and MRI technologists Healthcare 16,700 61,240

EMTs and paramedics Healthcare 19,900 34,320

Pharmacy technicians Healthcare 38,300 32,700

Surgical technologists Healthcare 10,400 47,300

Veterinary technologists and technicians Healthcare 11,800 34,420

Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses Healthcare 66,300 46,240

Medical records and health information technicians Healthcare 16,800 40,350

Opticians Healthcare 6,600 37,010

Occupational health and safety specialists and technicians Healthcare 7,600 69,370

Home health aides and personal care aides Healthcare 627,700 24,060

Psychiatric technicians and aides Healthcare 15,500 30,860

Occupational therapy assistants and aides Healthcare 8,100 57,620

Physical therapist assistants and aides Healthcare 24,500 48,090

Massage therapists Healthcare 24,200 41,420

Dental assistants Healthcare 44,800 38,660

Medical assistants Healthcare 99,700 33,610

Medical transcriptionists Healthcare 7,700 34,770

Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers Healthcare 18,100 27,540

Orthotists and prosthetists Healthcare 900 69,120

Exercise physiologists Healthcare 1,100 49,270

Funeral service workers Personal Care and Service 5,600 57,580

Animal care and service workers Personal Care and Service 62,200 23,950

Gaming services workers Personal Care and Service 28,400 22,810

Barbers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists Personal Care and Service 104,700 24,830

Manicurists and pedicurists Personal Care and Service 20,300 24,330

Skincare specialists Personal Care and Service 9,400 31,290

Childcare workers Personal Care and Service 177,900 23,240

Fitness trainers and instructors Personal Care and Service 67,600 39,820

Recreation workers Personal Care and Service 74,000 25,060

Janitors and building cleaners Building and Grounds Cleaning 343,100 26,110

Pest control workers Building and Grounds Cleaning 12,600 35,610

Grounds maintenance workers Building and Grounds Cleaning 189,200 29,400

Chefs and head cooks Food Preparation and Serving 20,700 $48,460

Cooks Food Preparation and Serving 400,700 25,200

Food preparation workers Food Preparation and Serving 158,500 23,730

Bartenders Food Preparation and Serving 123,100 22,550

Food and beverage serving and related workers Food Preparation and Serving 1,141,100 21,750

Waiters and waitresses Food Preparation and Serving 539,000 21,780

Public relations specialists Media and Communication 30,700 60,000

Announcers Media and Communication 5,200 31,990

Reporters, correspondents, and broadcast news analysts Media and Communication 5,300 43,490

Editors Media and Communication 12,400 59,480

Technical writers Media and Communication 6,100 71,850

Writers and authors Media and Communication 12,800 62,170

Interpreters and translators Media and Communication 9,800 49,930

Broadcast and sound engineering technicians Media and Communication 17,200 43,660

Photographers Media and Communication 11,800 34,000

Film and video editors and camera operators Media and Communication 7,900 58,990

Producers and directors Entertainment and Sports 16,000 71,680

Athletes and sports competitors Entertainment and Sports 2,100 50,650

Coaches and scouts Entertainment and Sports 47,600 33,780

Umpires, referees, and other sports officials Entertainment and Sports 3,400 27,020

Music directors and composers Entertainment and Sports 7,800 49,630

Art directors Arts and Design 11,100 92,780

Multimedia artists and animators Arts and Design 8,300 72,520

Industrial designers Arts and Design 4,600 66,590

Fashion designers Arts and Design 2,600 72,720

Floral designers Arts and Design 4,400 27,200

Graphic designers Arts and Design 30,300 50,370

Interior designers Arts and Design 8,000 53,370

Craft and fine artists Arts and Design 5,500 48,960

Preschool teachers Education, Training, and Library 58,100 $29,780

Kindergarten and elementary school teachers Education, Training, and Library 126,600 57,980

Middle school teachers Education, Training, and Library 48,300 58,600

Career and technical education teachers Education, Training, and Library 16,400 56,750

Special education teachers Education, Training, and Library 34,700 59,780

Adult literacy and high school equivalency diploma teachers Education, Training, and Library 6,600 53,630

Archivists, curators, and museum workers Education, Training, and Library 4,400 48,400

Librarians Education, Training, and Library 14,700 59,050

Library technicians and assistants Education, Training, and Library 27,800 29,640

Instructional coordinators Education, Training, and Library 18,600 64,450

Teacher assistants Education, Training, and Library 153,900 26,970

Postsecondary teachers Education, Training, and Library 133,600 78,470

High school teachers Education, Training, and Library 80,300 60,320

Firefighters Protective Service 25,000 49,620

Correctional officers and bailiffs Protective Service 35,500 44,400

Police and detectives Protective Service 61,200 63,380

Private detectives and investigators Protective Service 3,300 50,090

Security guards and gaming surveillance officers Protective Service 155,200 28,530

Fire inspectors Protective Service 1,600 60,200

Health educators and community health workers Community and Social Service 16,200 46,080

Substance abuse, behavioral disorder, and mental health counselors Community and Social Service 41,500 44,630

School and career counselors Community and Social Service 37,300 56,310

Marriage and family therapists Community and Social Service 7,500 50,090

Rehabilitation counselors Community and Social Service 14,000 35,630

Social workers Community and Social Service 81,100 49,470

Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists Community and Social Service 8,200 53,020

Social and human service assistants Community and Social Service 57,500 33,750

Court reporters Legal 1,600 57,150

Arbitrators, mediators, and conciliators Legal 400 62,270

Judges and hearing officers Legal 2,300 117,190

Lawyers Legal 45,700 120,910

Paralegals and legal assistants Legal 40,400 50,940

Electricians Construction and Extraction 94,600 $55,190

Solar photovoltaic installers Construction and Extraction 2,200 42,680

Masonry workers Construction and Extraction 35,500 44,810

Carpenters Construction and Extraction 116,300 46,590

Flooring installers and tile and marble setters Construction and Extraction 13,700 40,830

Construction laborers and helpers Construction and Extraction 216,000 34,810

Construction equipment operators Construction and Extraction 59,600 46,990

Drywall and ceiling tile installers, and tapers Construction and Extraction 14,800 45,180

Glaziers Construction and Extraction 7,000 43,550

Insulation workers Construction and Extraction 7,200 41,910

Painters, construction and maintenance Construction and Extraction 41,400 38,940

Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters Construction and Extraction 66,100 53,910

Roofers Construction and Extraction 19,500 39,970

Ironworkers Construction and Extraction 13,400 52,770

Construction and building inspectors Construction and Extraction 15,800 59,700

Elevator installers and repairers Construction and Extraction 3,500 79,780

Hazardous materials removal workers Construction and Extraction 6,600 42,030

Boilermakers Construction and Extraction 1,600 62,150

Sheet metal workers Construction and Extraction 17,300 48,460

Assemblers and fabricators Production 182,600 32,820

Bakers Production 28,100 26,520

Butchers Production 17,400 31,580

Metal and plastic machine workers Production 103,800 36,080

Machinists and tool and die makers Production 48,300 44,950

Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers Production 48,800 41,380

Woodworkers Production 31,600 31,550

Power plant operators, distributors, and dispatchers Production 4,500 83,020

Stationary engineers and boiler operators Production 3,700 60,440

Water and wastewater treatment plant and system operators Production 10,600 46,780

Quality control inspectors Production 54,400 38,250

Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers Production 4,400 39,440

Dental and ophthalmic laboratory technicians and medical appliance technicians Production 11,500 36,690

Food and tobacco processing workers Production 38,700 29,090

Painting and coating workers Production 18,100 36,810

Wind turbine technicians Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 1,300 54,370

Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 23,600 56,100

Aircraft and avionics equipment mechanics and technicians Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 13,300 63,060

Automotive body and glass repairers Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 18,100 41,330

Automotive service technicians and mechanics Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 74,000 40,710

Diesel service technicians and mechanics Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 28,400 47,350

Heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 23,100 50,320

Small engine mechanics Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 8,300 37,060

Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 42,800 47,610

Industrial machinery mechanics, machinery maintenance workers, and millwrights Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 50,100 51,630

General maintenance and repair workers Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 156,900 38,300

Line installers and repairers Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 25,200 65,880

Medical equipment repairers Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 6,000 49,210

Electrical and electronics installers and repairers Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 11,100 57,890

Agricultural workers Farming, Fishing, and Forestry 145,100 24,620

Forest and conservation workers Farming, Fishing, and Forestry 2,400 27,460

Logging workers Farming, Fishing, and Forestry 7,200 40,650

https://www.bls.gov/careeroutlook/2019/article/wages-and-openings.htm

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