The number of jobs in the field of political science in the United States increased by more than 20 percent in 2016, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Bureau reported the job gains were primarily due to increases in full-time positions, as well as part-time jobs.
In 2016, the percentage of all job openings in political science rose to 1.6 percent from 1.4 percent in 2015.
The number is up from 1 percent in 2014, but has dropped since the start of the year, with the number of full- and part-timers in 2016 dropping by about 2,000 jobs.
As of November 2016, there were nearly 8 million full- time, part- time and contract positions in the profession, the BLS said.
The majority of positions are filled by part–time workers, with more than half of all jobs in political sciences in the country currently filled by full-timer workers.
The BLS reported that more than 17 percent of the total number of political scientists surveyed reported that they had a full- or part-timer job.
However, half of full and part time workers reported that their job is temporary or part time.
The percentage of full time and part timers in the workforce has increased from 27 percent in 2013 to 33 percent in 2020, according the BIS.
The growth in full time jobs in politics is a result of the increase in the number and number of people working full time.
Part-time and temporary workers make up more than 80 percent of all full-Time jobs in government, and about 75 percent of full Time jobs in social welfare, according a 2016 report from the BIPAC Center for American Progress.
The rise in full and temporary jobs in Washington is attributed to the rise in political activity and lobbying.
The increase in political activities and lobbying has resulted in more political activity in Congress, according Bipac.
The report also noted that lobbying in Washington was at an all-time high in 2016.
A majority of Congressmen, Senators and members of Congress reported having at least one client during 2016, with an additional 30 percent reporting having at or close to one client.
In total, at least 9,500 lobbying clients represented more than $500 million in fees and expenses.
However this was down from the 12,500 clients representing more than 10,000 million in 2010.
The trend for lobbying spending in Congress in 2016 has also been down from years past, according Tami Luhby, director of the Bipa Center for Public Policy.
In 2015, the total spending on lobbying in Congress reached $6.5 billion.
In 2020, the spending on lobbyists reached $4.3 billion.
The 2016 lobbying report noted that there were 917 lobbyists on Capitol Hill, which was the highest level in history.
The overall lobbying spend was $1.3 trillion.
In 2017, lobbying expenses were $1,955 billion, the lowest in history and $1 billion less than in 2017.
In 2018, lobbying spent was $3.5 trillion, and expenses reached $3,835 billion.
This year, lobbying spending is expected to reach $5.3 million.
The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a right-wing lobbying group that has gained national notoriety for its efforts to pass so-called “reform” bills, has lobbied the Trump administration and Congress for more than a decade.
According to the Center for Responsive Politics, the organization spent $6,945,719 lobbying in 2018.
In recent years, the ALEC has expanded its influence in Washington, becoming a major force in the legislative process.
For example, ALEC has pushed for legislation that would expand the federal government’s authority over local school boards, roll back Obamacare, and pass more voter identification laws.
In April, the group held its annual conference in Florida, with speakers from the state and federal governments, the White House, and state governors, as Breitbart News reported.
A conference of ALEC’s top lawmakers was held at the Florida Capitol, where ALEC bills were introduced.
ALEC bills have been introduced in every state since 2011.
ALEC also has pushed to weaken federal laws aimed at combating climate change, which is a major theme of the ALEC conference.
In February, ALEC introduced an amendment to the American Health Care Act (AHCA), which would weaken the Affordable Care Act’s protections for the vulnerable and middle class.
A bill that would end Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion in states that opt out of it passed in the House of Representatives in 2017 and is currently before the Senate.
A similar bill was introduced in the Senate in March, and a similar bill that was introduced earlier this year passed in both the House and Senate.
The bill is a compromise between Republican and Democratic senators that would allow states to opt out or not expand Medicaid to certain low-income people.
ALEC is pushing hard to repeal Obamacare and other key federal legislation, and it is one of the most powerful lobbying groups in Washington