In the early hours of July 31, 2018, a small plane took off from an airport in Houston, Texas, and took off for the International Space Station.
Two months later, NASA announced the first ever human crewed mission to the orbiting lab.
NASA and the U.S. government are now in the midst of another big milestone in their mission to colonize the planet.
And as we learn more about the progress of this mission, one thing is certain: the next phase of the space program will be about the future of the American space industry.
The aerospace industry, which employs more than 3 million people, has seen the largest decline in jobs since the early 2000s.
While the aerospace sector has always had a healthy amount of jobs in America, it is now the lowest it has been since 2001, according to a new report from the non-partisan Brookings Institution.
It’s also the most rapidly changing industry in the country.
The report looked at a range of industries in order to draw parallels between where the industry is now and where it was in the 1990s and 2000s, but it’s important to note that these trends are driven largely by automation.
The report also looked at the share of jobs that have changed over the past decade, which can tell us a lot about the economic outlook of an industry.
What’s more, the number of jobs is also affected by many other factors, like the number and type of jobs an industry employs, the types of industries it produces, and the number, type, and size of industries that are located in that sector.
The Brookings report found that the U,S.
aerospace industry has experienced a “sharp decline in the share that is represented by manufacturing, aerospace, and related services since 1999.”
That drop has been particularly pronounced in the aerospace industry’s largest export markets: China and the European Union.
“While the United States remains a global hub for aerospace manufacturing, the United Kingdom and Europe have grown the number that are represented by these industries by at least 20 percent since the mid-1990s,” the report states.
“In contrast, the U’s aerospace industry grew at a slower rate from 2000 to 2015 than the global average.”
The U.K. is currently the world’s largest aerospace exporter, but the country has also suffered a major decline in aerospace jobs.
Between 2015 and 2016, the country lost 5,000 aerospace jobs and the share was down to 9.3 percent.
The U.N. Aerospace Trade Organization estimates that this was due to several factors, including the rise of Airbus, which has been the dominant aerospace company for decades.
According to the report, the decline in U. S. aerospace jobs has been especially pronounced since the year 2000.
The U,A, and E countries account for roughly 80 percent of the aerospace jobs in the world, according the Brookings report.
And they have both been the fastest-growing economies in the industrialized world since 2000.
That’s despite the fact that these countries have struggled to compete with other nations for aerospace jobs, such as China and Germany.
In contrast to other industrialized nations, the European economies have seen a massive shift in their aerospace sector.
In 2015, the entire aerospace industry employed more than 7.4 million people in the U.,A,E, and UK, according a report from Deloitte, and these countries collectively account for nearly one-third of all aerospace jobs across the world.
However, the report notes that the European aerospace industry “has lost about 7.5 percent of its aerospace workforce since 2000, and is now projected to lose about 1.8 percent of those jobs in 2020.”
The report also found that European aerospace employment has remained flat in recent years.
The share of U.A.E. aerospace workers in the EU has remained the same as in the early 1990s, while the share in the UK has increased by almost 50 percent since 2000 to 29.6 percent.
That means that the UK is now one of the largest exporters of aerospace to the world in terms of both jobs and market share.
The United States, meanwhile, has experienced its largest increase in aerospace employment in recent memory, but has also seen a sharp decline in employment.
Between 2014 and 2016 the United State lost 5.6 million aerospace jobs—roughly one-fifth of its overall aerospace employment during that period.
In contrast, U. A.E.’s aerospace workforce has increased at a faster rate than any other European country, growing by an average of 23 percent per year since 2000 in a country that has been largely insulated from global trade trends.
The biggest shift in employment has been to China, which accounts for nearly two-thirds of the U .
According to the Brookings study, “the U.s. aerospace workforce fell by more than 25 percent since 1999, while it has grown by more slowly in Europe.”
The decline in both U.E.- and A.S.-dominated industries in the United Sates has been more