What is a "Five-Star" Job?

July 2011
Utah Careers;Jul2011, p6
The article discusses the meaning of a five-star job as ranked by the Utah Department of Workforce Services (DWS) based on employment outlook and wages. Five-star jobs are those with the strongest employment outlook and high wages. The employment outlook rating is based 90 percent on the number of annual openings projected for that occupation and 10 percent on the rate of new employment growth in that job.


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