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Looking North Career Opportunities In Alaska

|LOOKING NORTH CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN ALASKA Last Frontier is quickly becoming a top choice for job seekers, with many appealing industries to choose from and an exciting way of life, too. Alaska features more mountains, glaciers, and wildlife than just about anywhere else in the world. It is a popular travel destination but a great place to live as well. ROYAL ALASKAN MOVERS explores the Alaskan job market and some of the best places to call home in this graphic. ANCHORAGE JUNEAU Capital : Juneau Most Populated City : Anchorage : 656,425 square miles- The largest U.S. state : 735,132 as of 2013 Area Population State Motto : "North to the Future" JOB 1,500 0.4% Number of jobs being Alaska's employment added statewide in 2014 growth rate for 2014 Oil, Health Care, & Tourism The top industries in the Alaskan job market TOP INDUSTRIES IN ALASKA The Oil industry is expected to increase 2.1% in 2014 The Petroleum industry supports one-third of all Alaskan jobs, generating 110,000 jobs throughout the state. The state estimates 90% of its revenue will continue to come from the oil and gas industry. The Health Care Industry is expected to increase 1.2% in 2014 Hospital jobs & nursing home jobs account for more than 51% of total health care employment. Alaska's elderly population is expected to grow by at least 50% in the next 10 years, significantly boosting the demand for health care workers. The Tourism & Entertainment industries are expected to increase 5% in 2014 Tourism is the second-largest private-sector employer, and accounts for one in eight Alaskan jobs. 78% of the tourism industry hires are residents of Alaska. THE BEST PLACES IN ALASKA FOR JOB SEEKERS NORTH SLOPE BOROUGH 29.2% Households earn a growth in the working-age population between 2009 & 2011 median income of $76,667 annually NATIONAL PARKS olololo olo Home to many Home to the Prudhoe Bay Oil Field, the largest oil field in the U.S. National Parks SITKA CITY BOROUGH 2.8% SITKA CATIONAL MISOICAL PARK growth in the working-age population between 2009 & 2011 Home to Sitka National Park Home to Mount Edgecombe, a 3,200-foot dormant volcano Major employer of the Health Care Industry ANCHORAGE MUNICIPALITY Households earn a median Home to the Technology income of $75,485 annually Research & Development Center Most populated city in Alaska Various government jobs available MATANUSKA-SUSITNA BOROUGH 4.1% growth in the working-age population between 2009 & 2011 Households earn a median income of $70,343 annually %24 DENALI NATIONAL PARK E PRESERVE Focused on building the tourism & education industry to boost the local economy Home to Denali National Park & Lake Clark National Park JUNEAU CITY BOROUGH D00 D00 D00 Juneau is the capital of Alaska & is one of the largest cities in the U.S. by area Households earn a median income of $77,465 annually The city's largest employers include the state government, the regional hospital, & the University of Alaska Southeast Royal Alaskan Movers SOURCES: http://www.aoga.org/facts-and-figures http://labor.state.ak.us/trends/jan14.pdf http://www.akrdc.org/issues/oilgas/overview.html http://www.akrdc.org/issues/tourism/overview.html http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/states/alaska/ http://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/2013/best-places-alaska-job-seekers/ http://www.healthcareersinalaska.info/index.php/exploration/info/health-care-jobs-in-alaska/ http://www.alaskajournal.com/Alaska-Journal-of-Commerce/AJOC-January-29-2012/Report-Alaska-health-care-industry-booming/ BRIM AGEN CY E FUTURE NORTH TO NORTH TO E FUTURE

Looking North Career Opportunities In Alaska

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The Last Frontier is quickly becoming a top choice for job seekers, with many appealing industries to choose from and an exciting way of life, too. Alaska features more mountains, glaciers, and wildl...

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