SACRAMENTO - Signs are gradually surfacing that indicate the nation's economy is on the rebound and a lot of that has to do with certain industries seeing record employment levels.
U.S. News and World Report recently published an article suggesting that the economy is inching back to health, noting that 5.5 million jobs have been created since the economy bottomed out in 2010.
Healthcare is one industry highlighted in the article as seeing record employment levels. According to the article, 14.5 million jobs have been added in healthcare, mainly because of population growth and aging baby boomers in need of medical care.
Bars and restaurants have added 10.1 million jobs.
Other industries that also seem to be doing well include retail, management, amusement parks and arcades, small arms manufacturing, waste collection, nail salons, and celebrity handling.