A new report says that the majority of engineering jobs will disappear by 2025.
The report, titled “Engine Knockout” and published by the Institute for Supply Chain Management (ISCM), comes after several other reports, one of which suggested that the U.S. workforce will shrink by almost 5 million people by 2030.
“Engine knockouts” are often referred to as “sales people” or “customers of the customer,” but the Institute’s new report does not say how much a salesperson will be making over the next five years.
Instead, it describes how “engine knockouts work” and explains that “customer satisfaction” is a key driver for their success.
“The best way to improve your customer satisfaction is to build the right product and service for your customers,” the report states.
“Engine knockout” employees will typically work in software development and design, and they will usually be paid between $12 and $15 an hour.
It notes that “engine knocking” is typically in a software development role, though the report does note that some managers may be “designated to more specialized engineering roles,” such as product manager, product manager for product, and vice president of engineering.
The study also found that “the median hourly wage for a ‘engine knockout’ worker is $10.80, and for ‘engine bashing’ it is $14.90.”
The study found that the average engineering job is paying $80,000 a year, while “engine bashing” is paying between $30,000 and $40,000.
The Institute’s report states that the United States is “underperforming” in its ability to hire engineers.
The institute also notes that, “Engine bashing” will “drive down the demand for other types of workers, and it will lower the wage premium paid by managers, which will reduce the pay of other employees in the engineering workforce.”
The report predicts that “by 2025, there will be fewer than 3.4 million jobs in the U .
The institute says that engineering jobs are likely to shrink by 1.5 million jobs by 2025 and that there will not be enough qualified candidates to fill these positions.
The Institute also predicts that engineers will earn a median salary of $62,000 in 2025, which is less than the median hourly pay of $71,000 paid by salespeople.
However, the report notes that these wages are not indicative of a “jobless future,” as the institute says “there are still many highly skilled and well-paid engineers in the private sector.”
The Institute for Skill and Competitiveness, a nonpartisan nonprofit organization, says that “a significant number of American engineering jobs have been lost in recent years, due in part to the increasing reliance on robots for work.”
It says that while some jobs are lost due to automation, the majority are lost because “there is a lack of skilled workers who can fill these jobs.”
“The number of engineers in this country has declined by more than 80 percent since 1990,” the Institute said in a statement.
“It’s clear that we can no longer compete in the world’s most competitive economy.
That means fewer engineers, fewer jobs, and less economic growth.”
The institute added that “many engineering jobs today are paid well below the median wage in most developed nations, and even below that of their peers in Europe and Asia.”