The number of jobs for civil engineers has soared since 2008 as a result of the economic downturn and government spending to recruit and retain them.
In 2014, the U.S. government paid $6.3 billion in civil engineering salaries, and another $4.4 billion in other benefits, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
But the jobs are slowly returning as a new generation of workers enters the workforce.
The most recent census data shows that just 8 percent of the workforce is employed in civil engineer jobs, compared to 23 percent in 2011.
Meanwhile, the proportion of workers employed in science, technology, engineering, and math fields is rising.
But for those positions, the average salaries are still falling.
For example, the BLS report found that the average salary for a civil engineer is just $34,000.
This figure is also falling for scientists, who make $54,000 and are the most commonly employed.
The BLS estimates that there are currently 1.8 million jobs for science, engineering and math professionals.
And the U,S.
Bureau of Education reports that the number of science, math, and engineering jobs is projected to grow by 2 percent annually through 2024, according, to the National Center for Education Statistics.
In addition, the Census Bureau reports that employment in science and math occupations rose by 8.6 percent from 2014 to 2024.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis reports that there were 7.5 million full-time equivalent jobs in science in 2024, up from 6.8 percent in 2024.
“The economic recovery has given rise to a new group of civil engineers,” says Dr. Paul Cappelli, associate professor of civil engineering at the University of Texas at Austin.
“We have been in the workforce for a long time and have a lot of experience, and it’s just a great opportunity.”
Civil engineers often spend their days at the edge of their profession, working on big projects, building and operating complex systems, and analyzing data, like weather and traffic.
The jobs are a perfect fit for the workforce because of the amount of data they can work with.
And they also have an eye for detail, Cappellesaid.
“I’ve seen an increase in the number and sophistication of applications, and the quality of data analysis,” he said.
“So you have the people who can do this and also the people that can’t do this, but the people they have to train, the people the companies have to hire, the managers who have to build the teams to make these applications, that’s really the talent pool that we’re going to have.”
Civil engineering jobs are growing faster than the population, but many jobs in the industry remain low paying, and that can make them attractive for the unemployed.
The American Civil Liberties Union has released a report on the plight of civil engineer jobless workers, which found that nearly a quarter of all jobless people are unemployed.
“People in the civil engineering field who have been unemployed for a while are actually very unlikely to be unemployed for long,” said ACLU national director of policy and government affairs, John J. McElroy.
“They’re very unlikely because they’re being pushed out by automation, and automation is creating jobs in this area.”
The Bureau for Labor Statistics reported in 2014 that there was a decline in the unemployment rate for all job categories, which includes civil engineers.
The unemployment rate fell for both men and women between 2008 and 2014, but there was no decrease for African-American workers, Latinos, or women.
“That’s really what the unemployment issue is about: Are we creating the right jobs for the right people?
And I think it’s hard to find that,” Cappello said.
But some workers are finding new ways to make a living.
For some, civil engineers make money through their work, which they can spend on a range of personal items, like jewelry, clothing, and cars.
“It’s a very good way of making a living, it’s a way of building a life, and there’s not much else to it,” Cappsaid.
Civil engineers can also make money by training their own employees.
“This is a skill that’s not taught in high school, and I think we’re really going to need to teach that skill in high schools in the future,” CAppellesays.
“These are not just good jobs.
And, of course, the demand for civil engineering is rising as more workers are hired in the service sector, which employs over half of the population. “
A lot of people have a pretty good idea of what they can get in the field, and they don’t have much to do with the job,” he added.
And, of course, the demand for civil engineering is rising as more workers are hired in the service sector, which employs over half of the population.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York says that more than 3.5 billion workers are now employed in service occupations, with a growing number of them in manufacturing and finance.
As a result, there are now nearly 1 million civil