Which jobs are most likely to go overseas?
More than half of the US’s manufacturing jobs will go overseas within the next decade, according to a new study by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
The findings are based on a study of 1,000 manufacturing jobs and the likelihood that they would be replaced by foreign competition.
The study, which examined how companies are changing their manufacturing strategies, found that 70 percent of those in the US will continue to see jobs in Asia.
In some cases, the jobs will be in the service sector, including food processing and food packaging, according the study.
The jobs also include jobs in transportation, manufacturing, logistics, and other sectors.
The authors found that the US economy will grow by 5.4 percent in 2021 compared to 2021 in 2021.
The report found that many of the jobs being created overseas are not likely to be returned to the US in the long run.
The number of US manufacturing jobs that will likely go overseas has risen steadily over the last few years.
The share of manufacturing jobs created outside the US is projected to increase from 16.1 percent in 2017 to 20.9 percent in 2020.
But that growth is forecast to slow to 5.1 to 5% in 2021, according a report published by the US Chamber of Commerce.
While manufacturing jobs are already growing at a healthy clip, the report said they are expected to remain at a much lower rate than in recent years.
That trend will likely accelerate if the global economy continues to be the major driver of growth.
According to the report, about 75 percent of US-based jobs will likely be in Asia, while just 9 percent will be based in the United States.
The most likely destinations for those jobs are China and Mexico, with the rest likely to come from the Middle East and Africa.
China is expected to grow its manufacturing output by an average of 9.3 percent a year in 2021 and by a similar amount in 2022, according that report.
The US also accounts for the vast majority of the foreign direct investment in the country, which is projected at $4.4 trillion in 2021 (about 8.6 percent of GDP).
The US manufacturing industry is expected grow by more than 13 percent in the next two years.
While that growth rate may not seem like a lot, the researchers said that this is not because manufacturing jobs have been lost, but because of foreign competition for the same jobs.
In other words, companies will be able to move more goods to China, Mexico, or other countries.
The report also found that foreign direct investments in the manufacturing sector are forecast to increase by 3.4 to 4.6 percentage points over the next ten years, but this increase will be more modest than the increase predicted in the last decade.
The rise in foreign direct spending in the sector will be even smaller because of the slower pace of manufacturing expansion.