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Occupational Safety Specialist Job Outlook

Employment of occupational health and safety specialists is projected to grow 4% from 2014 to 2024, slower than the 7% average growth projected for all occupations during this period. Some employment growth is expected from new environmental regulations and laws that will require occupational safety specialists to create and enforce procedures in the workplace. In addition, the increased adoption of nuclear power as a source of energy may be a major factor for job growth for occupational safety specialists in that field. These occupational safety specialists will be needed to create and carry out programs to maintain the safety of both the workers and the environment.

Despite slower-than-average employment growth, job opportunities for individuals with advanced degrees are expected to be good. Candidates with certification may enjoy more job opportunities. In addition, a large number of currently practicing occupational health and safety specialists are expected to retire over the coming decade, creating opportunities for new specialists.

Source: U.S. Department of Labor

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