The fastest-growing jobs for women in the US this year include construction, delivery

If you’re a woman looking for a new job, you might want to consider looking into delivery jobs, according to a recent report.

Earlier this week, SmartAsset listed the fastest-growing jobs for women in the U.S. this year, with couriers and messengers at the top of the list.

For its findings, the personal finance technology company used Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data from 2015 and 2019 — which is the most recent year that data is available.

Occupations were not included in the study if there were fewer than 25,000 women employed in those occupations in 2015 or if the occupation title included “other” or “miscellaneous” because of “lack of occupational specificity,” according to the report.

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Of the remaining jobs, SmartAsset found the percentage change of women employed

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WA school districts won’t be denied transportation funding for delivery of meals, materials

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School districts in Washington state returning to school with remote learning this fall will no longer have pay back transportation funding for not busing students.

Gov. Jay Inslee issued a proclamation on Wednesday that allows districts to use its transportation funding, which is provided up-front at the beginning of the school year based on previous per-pupil head counts, for the following:

The delivery of learning materials, including but not limited to, workbooks, homework packets, paper assignments and other tangible instructional materials.

The delivery of meals.

The delivery of hardware, wifi hotspots, or other technology solutions that increase student access to remote learning or online curriculum.

The transportation of students to and from learning centers or other public or private agencies where educational and support services are provided to students.

Superintendents across the state voiced concern earlier this month that they would have to pay back the funding due to restrictions

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