The overall job outlook for Fire-Prevention or Protection Engineer careers has been negatively affected since early 2004. Recent patterns show that vacancies for this career have substantially decreased by 10.22 percent nationwide since 2004, with an average decline of 1.79 percent per year.
We current are finding that the demand for Fire-Prevention and Protection Engineers are exponentially increasing, with an expected growth of over 4,910 new jobs directly filled in the Fire Protection industry by early 2018. This represents an annual increase of 2.82 percent over the next few years.
For further questions and potential job openings, please contact Lakeside Recruiting Fire Protection Services.

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