Business Insider has identified five of the biggest service industry industries, and Business Insider is providing an interactive tool that helps you understand how they perform.1.
Insurance: The insurance industry is the industry with the largest growth in its market.
That growth is largely driven by a combination of an aging population, rising health care costs, and the cost of premiums, according to the American Insurance Association.
The industry’s growth is driven by the rise in people needing medical care, and it also contributes to rising costs of living, according the American Association of Retired Persons.
Insurance costs in the US rose by 5.5% in 2016, according an estimate from the Association of State Budget Officers.2.
Energy: The energy industry is growing at the fastest rate in more than 40 years.
That’s because of both the energy boom and an explosion in renewable energy.
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) says that renewables have more than doubled in the past decade and will continue to grow at a similar pace.
Solar, wind, geothermal, and biomass have all gained ground.
EIA forecasts that renewables will be responsible for more than half of the total electricity generation in the United States by 2040.3.
Health Care: The healthcare industry is also expanding.
In fact, it is projected to add a whopping 50 million jobs over the next few years, according Fortune.
The healthcare sector is responsible for around 4% of the US economy, but it accounts for just 1.6% of GDP.
In 2016, healthcare generated just 1% of total US GDP, according Forbes.4.
Construction: The construction industry, in which jobs are made in the country’s major cities, has been growing at a rate of 6% a year since 2012, according Economic Policy Institute.
That means that the country is becoming more densely populated.
But it’s not just the people who are living in these cities that are making a lot of money.
The construction sector has seen the fastest growth in job creation since 2000.5.
Real Estate: The real estate industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world.
That is because of the increasing popularity of the property industry, especially for the luxury and entertainment industry.
In a 2017 survey, the American Institute of Architects said that the real estate market will be worth $2.5 trillion by 2035, a number that has increased by over 2% annually since the beginning of the year.6.
Technology: The tech industry is in its fifth year of growth.
The IT industry is responsible to around one-third of US GDP.
Tech has become an increasingly important part of our economy, with more than 8 million Americans using the internet, according research from the Brookings Institution.
The industry accounts for almost half of US job growth and employment, and accounts for nearly one-fourth of total gross domestic product.7.
Transportation: Transportation is growing the fastest.
In 2017, the number of people commuting to work increased by 2.5 million.
That was partly due to a surge in people who were able to work from home.
The number of jobs created in the transportation industry increased by 5% in the year ending June 2019, according ToWise.8.
Healthcare: The health care industry is expanding.
Health care is a huge sector, with over 200 million people, according U.S. Census Bureau.
In 2018, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe estimated that the health care sector is forecast to create around 1.2 million jobs by 2025.9.
Retail: The retail industry is booming.
Retail is a large sector that employs over 1.4 million people and is responsible over 40% of US gross domestic products.
The U. S. retail industry has grown at a 7% annual rate since the start of the last century, according The Economist.10.
Information Technology:The information technology sector is also growing.
The information technology industry is currently responsible for over 1% GDP, but is projected by the World Bank to be responsible over 1 trillion US dollars by 2045.11.
Finance: The finance industry is still growing.
According to The Economist, the finance industry grew by 5,000 jobs in the first nine months of 2017.
That includes 2,000 new jobs added in finance and investment, and 2,100 new jobs created by financial services.12.
Health: The medical sector is growing, but in a slow way.
According the New York Times, there were only 14 new medical jobs added during the first quarter of 2017, and only 6 in the second quarter.
Healthcare is the biggest sector that contributed to the growth in healthcare jobs during the second half of 2017 and into the first half of 2018.13.
Transportation and Warehousing: Transportation and warehousing is growing in the same way that the logistics sector is.
Transportation, warehousing, and logistics are responsible for nearly two-thirds of US jobs in this sector.14.
Real estate: The housing industry is slowly but surely growing.
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