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This Is America's Fastest Dying Industry

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5. Health and welfare funds
> Employment change 2011-2020: -73.01%
> Employment 2020: 2,877
> 10-yr. change in avg. annual pay: 60.84%
> Avg. annual pay 2020: $91,110

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4. Business and secretarial schools
> Employment change 2011-2020: -79.21%
> Employment 2020: 3,446
> 10-yr. change in avg. annual pay: 28.53%
> Avg. annual pay 2020: $47,224

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3. Pension funds
> Employment change 2011-2020: -80.73%
> Employment 2020: 3,206
> 10-yr. change in avg. annual pay: -8.33%
> Avg. annual pay 2020: $100,845

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2. Open-end investment funds
> Employment change 2011-2020: -91.33%
> Employment 2020: 1,866
> 10-yr. change in avg. annual pay: 48.69%
> Avg. annual pay 2020: $210,568

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1. Other insurance funds
> Employment change 2011-2020: -92.79%
> Employment 2020: 1,428
> 10-yr. change in avg. annual pay: 54.78%
> Avg. annual pay 2020: $107,370

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