What do you want to be when you grow up?
Maybe a business owner.
Or maybe a firefighter.
Or maybe you want a career in the private sector.
But what you may not realize is you could be earning a living as a professional service industry workers in the United States today, thanks to a growing industry that includes the oil and gas, plumbing, and construction industries.
While it’s hard to measure the number of workers in a specific industry, experts say there are thousands of professionals in these industries and it’s possible to make a living.
For example, one expert told Fox News, “There are about 40,000 professional service industries in the U.S. That’s a huge number of people.
And they’re all in a great position to be self-employed.”
There are over 1,000 major service industries employing about 12 million workers in America, according to the U.,S.
Department of Labor.
There are nearly 200,000 service industry employees, which accounts for nearly one in five Americans.
But the booming economy is giving them a chance to earn a living, with the average salary in the field of plumbing and electrical service at $42,000.
That’s up from $28,500 last year.
And it’s up 25 percent from the average hourly wage of $27.50 in 2004, according the U,S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The growth in service industry employment has been driven by both the oil price shock and the downturn in the construction industry, said David A. Dillingham, the senior vice president of the American Institute of Service Employees, or ASSE, which represents more than 40,00 service industry professionals.
And that’s a problem, he said, because when people are going out and looking for work, they don’t realize there’s a significant gap between what they need and what they’re going to get.
“There’s an inherent risk in hiring people in those industries who have little experience and aren’t prepared for the rigors of working in those fields, Dillingamp said.
He added that some service industry employers are making it difficult for them to compete, with workers unable to join the ranks of the best workers in their field, or that the workers don’t have enough training to get hired for the right jobs.
Dillingham said he was not surprised to hear the oil prices were low, given the downturn.
He said there is an inherent market for those workers, but they are underpaid.
The oil boom and the subsequent recession in the energy sector has caused some service sector jobs to dry up.
The oil and natural gas industry in particular, which employs about 4 million workers, has been hurt by the decline in oil prices and the recession in construction.
But in a survey of about 2,000 construction workers by the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities, a majority of those surveyed said they thought the oil downturn had caused them to reconsider their career path.
That included more than two-thirds of respondents who said they had considered quitting the industry, according a report by the association.
Dillham said that many of those workers may have been discouraged by the downturn, as they were worried about their jobs and their salaries.
But many are finding other ways to make money.
One such industry, which has a growing number of service industry contractors, is the construction and plumbing industry, he noted.
Some companies even have websites that are filled with tips and information for contractors.
A number of companies, including the largest, have started offering a career path to those in the industry.
For instance, the engineering firm Ziff Davis and its contractor, the company, American Construction, are offering a two-year bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M University.
The company said in a news release that it has also offered a bachelor’s and master’s degree program in the profession, and is offering a graduate certificate in the fields of mechanical engineering and plumbing.
The school said that graduates of the two programs will be able to join construction companies and other companies that are hiring for construction positions, or could take on jobs in other industries.”
We believe this program will offer the graduates of this program the opportunity to be part of the workforce of the future,” said the release, adding that the degree will also be valuable to those looking to join or re-enter the private construction industry.