Which business career will you pursue next?

By 2020, a majority of U.S. employers will require at least one person to be licensed as a commercial driver, according to the National Association of State Boards of Professional and Occupational Safety and Health (NASBSO).

But a majority are not required to offer it.

The number of commercial driver licenses issued in the U.K. in 2017 was less than half that of the U., according to NASBSO data.

In the U-K., where there are only 5,000 licensed commercial drivers, licensing fees are $250, while in the EU, which has more than 100 million licensed commercial vehicles, it is $1,800.

In a recent report, NASBSE said the industry was struggling to adapt to the changing landscape.

“The transition to a self-driving car future is going to require the adoption of new technologies that will dramatically change the way we operate and the way our businesses are conducted,” NASBSW chief executive officer Richard A. Jones said.

“For the next five years, the driving force behind the future of the industry is the automotive industry, and this is why I am very concerned that the industry will not meet the challenge of driverless cars in the coming years.”

As for those with a business background, it may not be enough to start with a new license, but some employers may want to look beyond that and find ways to enhance the job that they already have.

The NASBSS suggests that companies should consider a range of business and professional opportunities, from business and technology management to corporate development, marketing, legal and accounting.

“A variety of career paths exist for business owners, and they should explore them and be open to all types of opportunities,” Jones said in a statement.

“However, we have seen that there are fewer and fewer opportunities for business leaders in this space, and it’s time to start thinking about a new career path for them.”

For many companies, the first step is to find someone who has the experience to make an impact in a different industry, whether that’s the financial services, healthcare, or technology.

If you’re interested in working in an industry that’s outside of your own, Jones says to consider joining a non-profit, public company, or a nonprofit company that is part of the larger community.