What’s next for electricians?

Electricians are making an economic comeback in the United States.

In the past few years, the number of people working in the electric industry has grown by more than 2.5 million.

It’s still not enough, but many states are taking advantage of that growth.

A lot of that has to do with a change in federal rules, which are allowing states to offer subsidies to electricians, allowing them to get cheaper equipment, and making it easier to find qualified workers.

And with those policies in place, the electricians’ labor force has grown more than three times in the past decade, according to a new study by the Kaiser Family Foundation.

It found that there are more than 3.5 times more electricians now than in the early 2000s, which is a major turnaround from just a decade ago.

The industry is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 7.2 percent this year, according the Kaiser survey, which was conducted last year.

But it’s not the only industry that’s seeing a huge boost in labor supply.

There are more people working for utilities, like oil and gas companies and banks, according a 2015 study by Boston University economist Paul Krugman.

There’s more than 500,000 people in the private energy sector, he wrote in a recent column for the Wall Street Journal.

Those numbers are growing faster than the number working in general labor.

They’re growing faster because of a big increase in the number who can work at a low-cost company.

They are also growing faster due to a big spike in the numbers of people who have been hired.

There is some evidence to suggest that the number and wages of workers in the energy sector have grown faster than overall economic growth in the U.S. over the past three decades.

But the labor force growth has been so strong in the last few years that we’re seeing some slowdown in the growth of the labor market, Krugman wrote in the Wall St. Journal column.

“The U.K. has been seeing a big rise in unemployment, which has slowed the overall rate of growth,” he said.

Krugman said that there’s a lot of evidence that shows the U and other countries are facing an aging population.

But there is also evidence that says that there is a lot that can be done to support the labor pool, he said, adding that the U is also the largest economy in the world.

And he said that if there is an acceleration in the labor movement, it could be a big help.