Tech companies are expected to make up about 10 percent of the nation’s GDP by 2020, according to a report released by the Economic Policy Institute, a research organization focused on policy issues and economic development.
But the group predicts that will fall to 5 percent by 2025, as the number of Americans working in tech has grown steadily in recent years.
The study, released Friday, found that nearly 40 percent of U.S. workers today are in tech-related jobs, up from around 11 percent in 2000.
That number will more than double by 2020 to 30 percent.
For every new job created in tech, another 10 jobs will be lost, the report found.
And it predicts that the growth of the tech industry will outpace the labor force growth for other sectors, including agriculture, transportation, health care, retail, finance and real estate.
The report is based on new data compiled by EPI that includes the growth in tech workers, their education and earnings, the percentage of new jobs in each industry and the share of jobs in tech that are high-paying.
The economic impact of tech companies is being measured in billions of dollars a year.
That means the number that are making money in a given year is larger than the number being lost.
But a tech company can generate more revenue in the U.K., Canada and other places than the U and U.N. do, the EPI report found, and the U’s economy is growing faster than that of most of the world.
The EPI is a non-partisan think tank that works to improve the way policymakers think about economic growth and economic policy.
EPI’s director, Robert Murphy, said he believes the economic growth the U will see in the next decade is “unlikely” given the nature of technology companies and the types of jobs they provide.
Murphy said he is concerned that tech companies may not want to invest in the United States to create jobs, and could instead simply be looking to hire people in other countries.
“We do have to be very careful not to lose the talent and the opportunity of these tech companies,” Murphy said.
But he added that the U is still going to have a very strong economy, and he thinks the tech companies will continue to grow.
Tech companies and their employees have long been considered highly skilled, and they have built a large and loyal following in the country.
That’s led to a strong economic recovery in recent decades, and some analysts say the U could be able to recover faster in the years ahead than some other countries that have been hit harder by the recession.
EPD predicts that tech will outstrip the U in gross domestic product by 2020.
That could put the U ahead of Japan, where tech has become a big part of its economy, by as much as a year, or even a little faster.
It says that growth in gross national product will exceed the U by more than 1 percentage point a year through 2020, but it expects it to grow by less than 1 point a decade, which is smaller than the 3 percent annual rate it saw in 2020.
The United States is the only advanced economy that doesn’t appear to have any plans to ramp up its tech workforce.
That would make the tech sector the most competitive in the world in the coming years.
But it’s a long way from the high-tech giants of Silicon Valley, the ones that made it big.
That has created a massive bubble in the stock market, and there is little hope that it will burst anytime soon.