The tech industry has the potential to save millions of jobs over the next decade, according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute (EPI).
The report says the U.S. has more than 5 million jobs with less than a decade of experience, but it also says that nearly 40 percent of the U:S.
workforce could be on the chopping block within the next five years.
Those jobs include engineers, programmers, accountants, and salespeople.
The report says that of those workers, roughly half are part-time or temporary workers who could be laid off if the economy slows down.
“There are currently over 4 million part-timers who are working part- time or temporary jobs,” the report reads.
“More than 4 million of these are part time workers who are currently working part time or not at all.”
While those numbers could be problematic, the report says, the U.:S.
could be able to save about 2.5 million jobs by reducing the number of temporary workers and reducing the unemployment rate, which is currently 8.6 percent.
“There’s no question the U.-S.
economy is going to be impacted by any downturn in the economy,” Steve Killebrew, the institute’s director of research and policy analysis, told Recode.
“The number of part- and temporary workers that could be lost is substantial, and it would be very helpful if Congress were willing to look at those cuts.”
Killebrew points to a 2012 study by the Economic Innovation Group that showed the U.’s economy would need to add an extra $1.6 trillion to the economy to keep up with population growth.
That number is based on a projection of a 3.6% GDP growth rate in the 2020s, but Killebys report estimates that the economy would only need to grow by about 0.4% a year.
According to the report, this means the U., with 1.3 million more people than the next largest economy, could create about the same number of jobs as Canada, which currently has about 1.7 million workers.
Canada has a smaller population than the U.; Canada has more people and less unemployment.
But with a population of 729.3 billion, Canada has the most workers per capita in the world.
The report suggests the U:’s jobs could be protected if the country adopts policies that would encourage more flexible work schedules.
It recommends that the government work with businesses and employers to establish “job sharing” programs that allow employees to take short-term work assignments.
Employers would be encouraged to offer temporary work as part of these programs, allowing employees to move between jobs in order to meet the company’s needs.
The EPI report also calls for Congress to consider an increase in the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour.
The U.:s minimum wage is currently $7.25 an hour, and some states have increased it to $10.50 an hour over the past two years.
But Killebeys report says it is critical that Congress address a problem that many Americans have with their wages and that the U’s economy needs to fix.
“The only way we’re going to have the sort of long-term sustainable recovery that we need is if we are investing in infrastructure and rebuilding our roads, our bridges, our airports, our water systems,” Killebaugh said.
“We need to invest in a massive infrastructure program to rebuild our bridges and infrastructure.”