The biggest job cuts in recent years have been in construction, manufacturing, and health care.
However, those are also the jobs that have had the highest unemployment rates and are the most susceptible to job cuts.
But the biggest job cut this year is in health care, according to a new report from the Job Openings Data Institute.
The jobs lost include construction workers, construction managers, and managers, according the report.
The job openings have also been shrinking for some sectors.
For instance, the number of new construction jobs fell 3.2 percent from March to April.
The number of construction jobs in April also dropped by 3.4 percent.
The drop is more than offset by the growth in construction managers and managers.
The construction jobs have also seen the most job losses in the Midwest, as the region lost 1,400 construction jobs.
The region lost an additional 2,600 construction jobs during the same period.
The number of health care jobs decreased by 3 percent, while the number for nurses increased by 1 percent.
The job openings are also shrinking in construction.
The average size of the construction openings decreased by 2.2 percentage points in the first quarter of 2018 compared to the first three months of 2018.
The average size has dropped by 4.7 percentage points since the first 3 months of 2017.
The overall construction jobs decreased for the second straight quarter, according, the report said.
The biggest job losses were in the manufacturing sector.
The construction job openings dropped by 1.8 percentage points, while manufacturing jobs were down by 3 percentage points.
The manufacturing jobs have dropped by 6.5 percentage points from the first four months of last year.
The manufacturing jobs lost 3.8 percent.