The energy sector has been the top employer in the United States since World War II, with millions of Americans now working in the energy sector.
But, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of full-time jobs in the industry has declined from 3.7 million in 2012 to 3.1 million in 2019.
The number of jobs in manufacturing, which includes power generation, chemical manufacturing, and other manufacturing, has increased by about 40 percent since 2000, the BLS data shows.
Energy jobs also have seen a significant drop in the past few years.
According to the Bureau, energy jobs have declined from 1.2 million in 2016 to 0.6 million in 2018.
And, while jobs in other industries have increased, energy sector jobs have also declined.
For example, the energy services sector added a total of 3.9 million jobs in 2019, a decline of almost half a million jobs compared to the same period in 2020.
Energy companies also have taken a hit with the advent of cheaper natural gas, and a lack of new pipelines that have led to more infrastructure costs.
While the economy has been recovering from the Great Recession, the country still has a long way to go.
Energy sector jobs, which accounted for about one-third of the total jobs in 2018, have declined by about 25 percent since the start of the recession.
In 2019, energy employment was down by more than 2 million jobs.
The decline in energy sector employment is due to the increase in other sectors of the economy, including the manufacturing and construction industries, according the B.L.S. The Bureau of Economic Analysis tracks data on U.
S employment in more than 120 industries.
It estimates the total number of people working in each of those sectors, and projects that the overall number of U.A.E. jobs will grow by nearly 4 percent between 2019 and 2024.
And that will be good news for U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, who has long said she will not let the energy industry be the new normal in the U.M.A., Energy Minister J.P. O’Neill said.
“We have got to be a global energy hub, and we have got a lot of great energy companies here in America,” O’Neil said.
For the first time, the Trump administration is investing in energy projects in the Midwest, and is looking to invest in pipeline infrastructure.
“This is a huge win for American workers,” said Robert Kiyosaki, director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance at Indiana University.
“It is a major win for the Midwest that has been so dependent on oil and gas and coal for its energy.
The President is working with the incoming Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry, to make sure that energy infrastructure investments are being made.”
In addition to energy investments, the Energy Department is looking at how to expand its pipeline network to help fuel economic growth and spur investment in green energy, as well as the use of renewable energy in the electricity sector.
President Trump has made it a priority to revive American manufacturing and create jobs.
But he has also said he wants to help the United Nations, which he has said has failed to do enough to combat climate change.
The United States also is moving forward with a new pipeline, the Keystone XL pipeline, which will carry crude oil from Alberta, Canada, to refineries in Texas.
The pipeline is expected to be completed this year and will carry 1.6 billion gallons of oil a day.