Computer science jobs are expected to grow 10% this year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The BLS reported in February that computer science positions grew by 4.5% in 2018, the biggest annual gain since 2003.
The jobs report comes after the Trump administration unveiled a new round of cuts to the BLS, which included cutting the bureau’s computing division.
The cuts are expected, however, to boost the number of computer science jobs by 10% in 2020, according a statement from the BIS.
The unemployment rate in the U-S.
is currently 8.4%, and computer science is expected to provide more than 5% of the unemployment rate.
Computer science has also been gaining in popularity.
The Brookings Institution found in a recent report that students are more likely to pursue computer science than other high school majors, and that this popularity is predicted to continue into the future.
According to the Brookings report, computer science courses will likely continue to be more popular than many other majors, including psychology, nursing, and medicine.
The new jobs report is expected this week, though some job growth may be affected by the election.
The U.K. is the first country in Europe to report a decrease in computer science employment, but the U,S.
and Canada are expected soon to see their jobs growth increase.
The number of people employed in computer systems, software development and maintenance, and network systems is expected rise to 2.1 million, the BFS said in its report.
The report also said that there is a large population of software developers and developers, which could cause an increase in job openings in the field.
Computer technology jobs are growing in popularity worldwide, and the jobs report also indicates that people are spending more time and money on computing devices.
The total value of U..
S.-based software companies grew to $1.7 trillion in 2019, according the BSS.
Software companies are typically the backbone of large organizations.
This report is based on data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
It is part of a weekly report from The American Conservatives, which publishes a look at the economic news.