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Let me -- avoid fiscal cliff and the US economy picks up steam next year and those are some big it's.
Which industries stand at the most -- -- tell us as Rick -- in chief business correspondent for US news and world report -- nighttime it's GO.
Even so yeah.
Yet you gave us a list and it's really seem to pull the theme out here social networking sites social net redeem development videogame publishing online payment I mean there's definitely theme here this is where the growth is that.
And this is -- have been hearing all along for the last couple years obviously it's sort of digital digital digital digital and then real estate -- upon this list as well but.
As you pointed out social networking it's not a fad it's here to stand as everybody moves are to their mobile device -- social networking going to follow.
And we know we're seeing new sites pop up to it's not just a FaceBook and Twitter pay interest is a new one and people who do this kind of forecasting say we're gonna see a lot of other social networking -- smaller ones niche sites but that's just this trend -- -- is that sustainable building materials not -- -- I -- I -- to tell you but this is actually up and growing and it's growing because state and local governments are putting in new standards this is not -- because of what's happening in Washington anything is happening in Washington it's not a stimulus -- don't -- It's it's new standards -- state and local governments are saying we need these buildings to be more energy efficient and they're doing in around buildings -- Plus real states coming back so there is construction know what I find interesting about.
He's sat patterns of industries that are growing are actually growing at a much faster rates than the industries -- job.
Jobs that are shrinking if you will so for example social network right right up 51%.
Photo finishing down -- -- 15%.
15% yeah I think that's because we have.
A lot of industries that are stagnant or declining and and -- we have -- few only -- few that are really growing but those are the ones that are growing by quite alive and it's mostly those technology industries but.
The list of and these -- industries ranked by the number of jobs likely to be lost by the -- a photo finishing we we know the story here that's really the flip side will we just heard about so everybody -- -- -- around -- -- They don't say they don't go to rich camera anymore and have them printed out and bring them home so.
It's these industries attend -- show up on the list of declining ones that are.
A kind of losing out to technology.
But that's that's a lot of it right you know beer wine liquor stores you can order wine online that's it to live performance theaters I mean he you can watch concerts online -- -- right.
And people are also for beer -- wine if -- wind from.
People are actually going out to restaurants more because the economy's recovering showed a way that's a good sign -- drinking less at home which means are not buying as much.
-- at the liquor store and are a tobacco is another one that's going down it's interesting to tobacco sales actually went up during the recession.
The theory there is that's stressed out people who are afraid of losing their jobs were lost their job stepped outside his -- out what are your Bentley.
We've seen some of them around here right on the streets around here.
And then now we're getting there in the inverse of that which -- people going back to work I guess are little.
Less stressed than fifty traffic -- paid out there giving -- -- so quick answer from you if you will.
If this were to send applications to -- got -- right now while the trouble is yes I suppose if you are in the right place if you happen to be in California and the technology companies -- -- sure a lot of people aren't in the right place they don't have the -- skills and that's a problem a lot of people still haven't -- -- thirteen athletic and work remotely.
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