CareerGPS

4th Quarter 2020

Employment Employment Change Average Annual Job Openings Wage
2020 2025 Numerical Percent New Jobs Replacement Jobs Total Median Hourly Median Annual
1,453,612 1,555,668 102,055 7.02% 20,411 181,982 202,392 $27.73 $57,674
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Occupation SOC 2020 2025 Numerical Percent New Jobs Replacement Jobs Total Median Hourly Median Annual Education and Training Level
Accountants and Auditors 13-2011 15,217 15,797 580 3.8 % 116 1,512 1,628 $35.10 $73,010 Bachelor's degree
Actors 27-2011 881 1,010 128 14.6 % 26 111 136 $21.32 $44,345 Some college
Actuaries 15-2011 123 131 8 6.4 % 2 7 9 $53.21 $110,676 Bachelor's degree
Acupuncturists and Healthcare Diagnosing or Treating Practitioners, All Other 29-1298 690 731 41 5.9 % 8 39 48 $25.73 $53,518 Master's degree
Adhesive Bonding Machine Operators and Tenders 51-9191 31 33 1 4.0 % 0 4 4 $15.82 $32,903 High school diploma or equivalent
Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers 23-1021 314 315 1 0.4 % 0 17 17 $69.70 $144,976 Doctoral or professional degree
Administrative Services and Facilities Managers 11-3011 2,346 2,491 145 6.2 % 29 216 245 $45.42 $94,464 Bachelor's degree
Adult Basic Education, Adult Secondary Education, and English as a Second Language Instructors 25-3011 728 695 -33 -4.5 % -7 90 83 $37.54 $78,078 Bachelor's degree
Advertising and Promotions Managers 11-2011 208 229 21 10.0 % 4 23 27 $40.77 $84,794 Bachelor's degree
Advertising Sales Agents 41-3011 877 838 -39 -4.5 % -8 117 109 $26.89 $55,925 High school diploma or equivalent
Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technologists and Technicians 17-3021 94 95 0 0.5 % 0 9 10 $29.09 $60,511 Associate's degree
Aerospace Engineers 17-2011 127 133 6 4.9 % 1 9 10 $50.42 $104,868 Bachelor's degree
Agents and Business Managers of Artists, Performers, and Athletes 13-1011 298 324 25 8.5 % 5 39 44 $18.98 $39,485 Bachelor's degree
Agricultural and Food Science Technicians 19-4011 778 790 11 1.5 % 2 105 108 $23.23 $48,311 Associate's degree
Agricultural Engineers 17-2021 5 5 0 0.0 % 0 0 0 $42.34 $88,069 Bachelor's degree
Agricultural Equipment Operators 45-2091 780 795 15 1.9 % 3 137 140 $15.36 $31,954 No formal educational credential
Agricultural Inspectors 45-2011 154 154 0 0.2 % 0 26 26 $15.64 $32,528 Bachelor's degree
Agricultural Workers, All Other 45-2099 628 627 -1 -0.2 % 0 109 109 $21.02 $43,730 No formal educational credential
Air Traffic Controllers 53-2021 337 346 9 2.6 % 2 33 35 $68.20 $141,863 Associate's degree
Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors 53-1041 63 69 5 8.5 % 1 7 8 $19.25 $40,037 High school diploma or equivalent
Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians 49-3011 945 993 49 5.1 % 10 88 97 $33.30 $69,255 Postsecondary nondegree award
Aircraft Service Attendants and Transportation Workers, All Other 53-6098 97 107 10 10.6 % 2 11 13 $17.09 $35,547 High school diploma or equivalent
Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, and Systems Assemblers 51-2011 27 29 1 5.2 % 0 3 3 $22.99 $47,818 High school diploma or equivalent
Airfield Operations Specialists 53-2022 81 87 6 6.9 % 1 8 9 $22.21 $46,200 High school diploma or equivalent
Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers 53-2011 362 386 23 6.4 % 5 42 47 $78.36 $162,983 Bachelor's degree
Ambulance Drivers and Attendants, Except Emergency Medical Technicians 53-3011 36 42 6 17.0 % 1 5 6 $14.35 $29,850 High school diploma or equivalent
Amusement and Recreation Attendants 39-3091 3,834 4,007 174 4.5 % 35 974 1,009 $13.19 $27,435 No formal educational credential
Anesthesiologists 29-1211 218 220 2 1.0 % 0 7 8 $219.21 $455,961 Doctoral or professional degree
Animal Breeders 45-2021 9 8 0 -4.7 % 0 1 1 $20.08 $41,757 High school diploma or equivalent
Animal Caretakers 39-2021 7,371 7,570 199 2.7 % 40 1,284 1,324 $13.97 $29,054 High school diploma or equivalent
Animal Control Workers 33-9011 55 59 4 7.9 % 1 6 7 $27.72 $57,665 High school diploma or equivalent
Animal Scientists 19-1011 74 76 2 3.2 % 0 8 9 $18.39 $38,254 Bachelor's degree
Animal Trainers 39-2011 1,171 1,196 24 2.1 % 5 184 188 $14.05 $29,222 High school diploma or equivalent
Anthropologists and Archeologists 19-3091 316 338 22 6.9 % 4 37 41 $35.66 $74,172 Master's degree
Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators 23-1022 126 140 14 10.8 % 3 7 10 $37.04 $77,034 Bachelor's degree
Architects, Except Landscape and Naval 17-1011 1,411 1,507 95 6.7 % 19 116 135 $38.12 $79,298 Bachelor's degree
Architectural and Civil Drafters 17-3011 764 799 35 4.6 % 7 82 89 $31.60 $65,731 Associate's degree
Architectural and Engineering Managers 11-9041 1,798 1,861 64 3.5 % 13 132 145 $75.16 $156,334 Bachelor's degree
Archivists 25-4011 70 75 5 7.9 % 1 9 10 $30.04 $62,483 Master's degree
Art Directors 27-1011 1,410 1,599 188 13.4 % 38 172 210 $17.01 $35,391 Bachelor's degree
Artists and Related Workers, All Other 27-1019 355 405 50 14.1 % 10 44 54 $11.09 $23,075 No formal educational credential
Astronomers 19-2011 13 13 0 1.7 % 0 1 1 $76.97 $160,103 Doctoral or professional degree
Athletes and Sports Competitors 27-2021 266 312 46 17.4 % 9 47 56 $25.20 $52,411 No formal educational credential
Athletic Trainers 29-9091 154 178 25 16.0 % 5 10 15 $28.32 $58,897 Bachelor's degree
Atmospheric and Space Scientists 19-2021 37 39 1 3.8 % 0 4 4 $62.05 $129,073 Bachelor's degree
Audio and Video Technicians 27-4011 501 529 28 5.6 % 6 61 67 $21.30 $44,297 Postsecondary nondegree award
Audiologists 29-1181 93 100 7 7.8 % 1 5 7 $42.60 $88,614 Doctoral or professional degree
Audiovisual Equipment Installers and Repairers 49-2097 254 252 -1 -0.6 % 0 28 28 $18.81 $39,124 Postsecondary nondegree award
Automotive and Watercraft Service Attendants 53-6031 648 684 37 5.7 % 7 107 114 $14.02 $29,170 No formal educational credential
Automotive Body and Related Repairers 49-3021 1,308 1,458 149 11.4 % 30 139 168 $23.18 $48,205 High school diploma or equivalent
Automotive Glass Installers and Repairers 49-3022 232 259 27 11.7 % 5 27 32 $17.32 $36,029 High school diploma or equivalent
Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics 49-3023 7,187 8,053 865 12.0 % 173 801 974 $20.11 $41,835 Postsecondary nondegree award
Avionics Technicians 49-2091 165 170 5 3.3 % 1 13 15 $36.47 $75,863 Associate's degree
Baggage Porters and Bellhops 39-6011 58 64 5 9.1 % 1 10 11 $16.25 $33,810 High school diploma or equivalent
Bailiffs 33-3011 338 338 0 0.0 % 0 34 34 $34.68 $72,131 High school diploma or equivalent
Bakers 51-3011 1,941 2,035 94 4.8 % 19 292 311 $14.56 $30,291 No formal educational credential
Barbers 39-5011 1,582 1,959 377 23.8 % 75 208 284 $13.51 $28,108 Postsecondary nondegree award
Bartenders 35-3011 3,530 3,738 209 5.9 % 42 680 722 $13.29 $27,647 No formal educational credential
Bicycle Repairers 49-3091 258 251 -7 -2.6 % -1 31 30 $17.23 $35,843 High school diploma or equivalent
Bill and Account Collectors 43-3011 1,560 1,566 7 0.4 % 1 200 201 $20.66 $42,973 High school diploma or equivalent
Billing and Posting Clerks 43-3021 3,155 3,347 192 6.1 % 38 376 415 $20.27 $42,153 High school diploma or equivalent
Biochemists and Biophysicists 19-1021 159 162 4 2.3 % 1 15 16 $33.31 $69,291 Doctoral or professional degree
Bioengineers and Biomedical Engineers 17-2031 161 166 5 3.3 % 1 12 13 $35.95 $74,766 Bachelor's degree
Biological Scientists, All Other 19-1029 750 762 12 1.6 % 2 71 73 $37.14 $77,255 Bachelor's degree
Biological Technicians 19-4021 1,237 1,261 24 2.0 % 5 150 155 $23.09 $48,036 Bachelor's degree
Boilermakers 47-2011 34 40 6 17.6 % 1 4 5 $53.98 $112,277 High school diploma or equivalent
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 43-3031 12,713 13,017 303 2.4 % 61 1,643 1,703 $20.66 $42,963 Some college
Brickmasons and Blockmasons 47-2021 439 508 69 15.8 % 14 50 64 $22.14 $46,041 High school diploma or equivalent
Bridge and Lock Tenders 53-6011 39 39 0 0.3 % 0 4 4 $25.64 $53,328 High school diploma or equivalent
Broadcast Announcers and Radio Disc Jockeys 27-3011 349 316 -33 -9.5 % -7 39 33 $23.38 $48,634 Bachelor's degree
Broadcast Technicians 27-4012 270 268 -2 -0.8 % 0 32 32 $20.75 $43,159 Associate's degree
Brokerage Clerks 43-4011 204 209 5 2.4 % 1 24 25 $26.87 $55,882 High school diploma or equivalent
Budget Analysts 13-2031 726 744 18 2.5 % 4 65 68 $36.59 $76,105 Bachelor's degree
Building Cleaning Workers, All Other 37-2019 181 222 41 22.5 % 8 30 38 $15.22 $31,652 No formal educational credential
Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists 49-3031 1,866 2,040 174 9.3 % 35 193 228 $24.25 $50,437 High school diploma or equivalent
Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity 53-3052 1,550 1,720 170 11.0 % 34 227 261 $21.99 $45,748 High school diploma or equivalent
Butchers and Meat Cutters 51-3021 1,231 1,265 34 2.8 % 7 159 166 $19.41 $40,378 No formal educational credential
Buyers and Purchasing Agents 13-1028 2,661 2,716 56 2.1 % 11 288 299 $27.69 $57,587 Bachelor's degree
Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters 51-7011 708 720 11 1.6 % 2 75 77 $16.90 $35,161 High school diploma or equivalent
Calibration Technologists and Technicians and Engineering Technologists and Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other 17-3098 541 561 21 3.8 % 4 55 59 $30.52 $63,486 Associate's degree
Camera and Photographic Equipment Repairers 49-9061 16 16 0 -1.5 % 0 2 2 $18.49 $38,453 High school diploma or equivalent
Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Film 27-4031 338 389 51 15.1 % 10 36 47 $23.01 $47,860 Bachelor's degree
Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels 53-5021 185 192 7 3.9 % 1 19 21 $26.66 $55,454 Postsecondary nondegree award
Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians 29-2031 375 396 20 5.4 % 4 22 26 $38.57 $80,224 Associate's degree
Career/Technical Education Teachers, Middle School 25-2023 82 84 2 2.8 % 0 7 7 $23.03 $47,893 Bachelor's degree
Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School 25-2032 104 107 3 2.8 % 1 8 9 $42.64 $88,686 Bachelor's degree
Cargo and Freight Agents 43-5011 340 380 41 12.0 % 8 38 46 $22.48 $46,765 High school diploma or equivalent
Carpenters 47-2031 16,816 17,998 1,182 7.0 % 236 1,850 2,086 $23.98 $49,881 High school diploma or equivalent
Carpet Installers 47-2041 645 644 -1 -0.1 % 0 64 63 $19.25 $40,042 No formal educational credential
Cartographers and Photogrammetrists 17-1021 81 84 3 3.6 % 1 7 8 $47.84 $99,516 Bachelor's degree
Cashiers 41-2011 25,581 25,327 -254 -1.0 % -51 5,164 5,114 $13.36 $27,795 No formal educational credential
Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers 47-2051 2,167 2,299 132 6.1 % 26 235 261 $25.12 $52,254 No formal educational credential
Chefs and Head Cooks 35-1011 1,816 1,993 178 9.8 % 36 261 297 $17.28 $35,950 High school diploma or equivalent
Chemical Engineers 17-2041 69 76 6 9.2 % 1 5 6 $35.85 $74,563 Bachelor's degree
Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders 51-9011 263 286 23 8.8 % 5 32 37 $36.30 $75,510 High school diploma or equivalent
Chemical Plant and System Operators 51-8091 54 58 5 8.7 % 1 6 7 $42.66 $88,742 High school diploma or equivalent
Chemical Technicians 19-4031 262 279 16 6.2 % 3 29 32 $23.87 $49,660 Associate's degree
Chemists 19-2031 484 508 24 5.0 % 5 47 51 $36.37 $75,656 Bachelor's degree
Chief Executives 11-1011 5,415 5,740 325 6.0 % 65 410 475 $52.63 $109,466 Bachelor's degree
Child, Family, and School Social Workers 21-1021 1,820 1,998 179 9.8 % 36 195 231 $22.66 $47,138 Bachelor's degree
Childcare Workers 39-9011 13,648 12,540 -1,107 -8.1 % -221 2,145 1,924 $11.65 $24,223 High school diploma or equivalent
Chiropractors 29-1011 488 469 -19 -3.9 % -4 13 9 $30.82 $64,109 Doctoral or professional degree
Choreographers 27-2032 52 59 7 13.5 % 1 10 12 $19.47 $40,497 High school diploma or equivalent
Civil Engineering Technologists and Technicians 17-3022 761 778 17 2.2 % 3 77 80 $31.86 $66,270 Associate's degree
Civil Engineers 17-2051 5,730 5,913 183 3.2 % 37 469 506 $56.98 $118,514 Bachelor's degree
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators 13-1031 4,299 4,154 -145 -3.4 % -29 365 336 $34.62 $72,018 High school diploma or equivalent
Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment 53-7061 3,679 3,968 288 7.8 % 58 581 639 $13.63 $28,342 No formal educational credential
Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment Operators and Tenders 51-9192 53 55 2 4.2 % 0 9 10 $17.44 $36,273 High school diploma or equivalent
Clergy 21-2011 1,414 1,382 -32 -2.3 % -7 157 151 $25.48 $52,990 Bachelor's degree
Clinical Laboratory Technologists and Technicians 29-2018 1,831 1,967 136 7.4 % 27 130 157 $31.40 $65,308 Bachelor's degree
Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists 19-3031 1,326 1,460 135 10.2 % 27 96 123 $49.17 $102,277 Doctoral or professional degree
Coaches and Scouts 27-2022 3,066 3,309 243 7.9 % 49 518 567 $16.98 $35,314 Bachelor's degree
Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-9124 820 911 92 11.2 % 18 98 117 $20.34 $42,301 High school diploma or equivalent
Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers 51-2021 32 28 -5 -14.3 % -1 3 3 $14.32 $29,784 High school diploma or equivalent
Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicers and Repairers 49-9091 227 217 -10 -4.2 % -2 29 27 $20.40 $42,432 High school diploma or equivalent
Commercial and Industrial Designers 27-1021 104 111 7 6.4 % 1 11 13 $24.02 $49,962 Bachelor's degree
Commercial Divers 49-9092 20 20 -1 -3.7 % 0 2 2 $28.06 $58,368 Postsecondary nondegree award
Commercial Pilots 53-2012 339 374 35 10.4 % 7 40 47 $38.30 $79,659 High school diploma or equivalent
Communications Equipment Operators, All Other 43-2099 48 49 1 1.9 % 0 6 6 $26.97 $56,101 High school diploma or equivalent
Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other 21-1099 1,099 1,184 86 7.8 % 17 131 148 $22.81 $47,455 Bachelor's degree
Community Health Workers 21-1094 632 714 83 13.1 % 17 77 94 $17.83 $37,089 High school diploma or equivalent
Compensation and Benefits Managers 11-3111 93 96 2 2.6 % 1 8 9 $56.93 $118,420 Bachelor's degree
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists 13-1141 1,561 1,620 59 3.8 % 12 161 173 $35.38 $73,592 Bachelor's degree
Compliance Officers 13-1041 2,725 2,839 114 4.2 % 23 254 277 $35.99 $74,866 Bachelor's degree
Computer and Information Research Scientists 15-1221 230 246 16 7.0 % 3 20 24 $53.04 $110,328 Master's degree
Computer and Information Systems Managers 11-3021 3,745 3,938 193 5.2 % 39 305 344 $61.91 $128,781 Bachelor's degree
Computer Hardware Engineers 17-2061 483 486 2 0.5 % 0 39 40 $62.66 $130,336 Bachelor's degree
Computer Network Architects 15-1241 686 709 23 3.3 % 5 47 52 $54.29 $112,932 Bachelor's degree
Computer Network Support Specialists 15-1231 1,075 1,135 59 5.5 % 12 89 101 $32.94 $68,521 Associate's degree
Computer Numerically Controlled Tool Operators 51-9161 330 336 6 1.8 % 1 35 36 $23.91 $49,728 High school diploma or equivalent
Computer Numerically Controlled Tool Programmers 51-9162 45 53 8 16.8 % 2 5 7 $29.68 $61,729 Postsecondary nondegree award
Computer Occupations, All Other 15-1299 4,243 4,384 141 3.3 % 28 348 376 $39.62 $82,413 Bachelor's degree
Computer Programmers 15-1251 1,409 1,365 -45 -3.2 % -9 102 93 $36.36 $75,630 Bachelor's degree
Computer Systems Analysts 15-1211 3,644 3,819 175 4.8 % 35 283 318 $45.65 $94,953 Bachelor's degree
Computer User Support Specialists 15-1232 11,904 12,273 369 3.1 % 74 976 1,049 $33.54 $69,756 Some college
Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers 49-2011 1,143 1,141 -3 -0.2 % -1 132 131 $20.33 $42,287 Some college
Concierges 39-6012 151 163 12 8.3 % 2 25 27 $15.13 $31,473 High school diploma or equivalent
Conservation Scientists 19-1031 284 292 8 2.8 % 2 30 31 $35.43 $73,695 Bachelor's degree
Construction and Building Inspectors 47-4011 1,069 1,143 75 7.0 % 15 143 157 $34.56 $71,887 High school diploma or equivalent
Construction Laborers 47-2061 13,797 15,240 1,443 10.5 % 289 1,631 1,919 $18.79 $39,083 No formal educational credential
Construction Managers 11-9021 4,799 5,366 568 11.8 % 114 380 494 $35.71 $74,278 Bachelor's degree
Continuous Mining Machine Operators 47-5041 35 33 -3 -8.4 % -1 5 4 $29.63 $61,636 No formal educational credential
Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except Mechanical Door 49-9012 250 304 54 21.8 % 11 25 36 $29.94 $62,283 High school diploma or equivalent
Conveyor Operators and Tenders 53-7011 66 71 5 8.3 % 1 9 11 $20.99 $43,650 No formal educational credential
Cooks, All Other 35-2019 231 239 8 3.6 % 2 36 38 $14.28 $29,711 No formal educational credential
Cooks, Fast Food 35-2011 9,218 9,173 -45 -0.5 % -9 1,434 1,425 $12.90 $26,827 No formal educational credential
Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria 35-2012 2,071 2,187 116 5.6 % 23 331 354 $16.90 $35,152 No formal educational credential
Cooks, Private Household 35-2013 6 6 0 -6.0 % 0 1 1 $19.39 $40,338 Postsecondary nondegree award
Cooks, Restaurant 35-2014 10,161 11,475 1,314 12.9 % 263 1,676 1,939 $13.82 $28,736 No formal educational credential
Cooks, Short Order 35-2015 848 860 12 1.4 % 2 132 135 $14.40 $29,960 No formal educational credential
Cooling and Freezing Equipment Operators and Tenders 51-9193 13 15 2 17.7 % 0 2 2 $16.63 $34,593 High school diploma or equivalent
Correctional Officers and Jailers 33-3012 2,532 2,459 -73 -2.9 % -15 254 240 $36.92 $76,785 High school diploma or equivalent
Correspondence Clerks 43-4021 269 273 4 1.5 % 1 34 35 $16.48 $34,278 High school diploma or equivalent
Cost Estimators 13-1051 1,783 1,940 157 8.8 % 31 189 221 $35.34 $73,498 Bachelor's degree
Costume Attendants 39-3092 39 39 0 -1.0 % 0 10 10 $16.83 $35,005 High school diploma or equivalent
Counselors, All Other 21-1019 1,180 1,238 58 4.9 % 12 128 140 $20.92 $43,507 Master's degree
Counter and Rental Clerks 41-2021 6,336 6,690 354 5.6 % 71 848 919 $14.87 $30,926 No formal educational credential
Couriers and Messengers 43-5021 5,527 7,489 1,962 35.5 % 392 698 1,090 $13.00 $27,047 High school diploma or equivalent
Court Reporters and Simultaneous Captioners 27-3092 567 596 30 5.2 % 6 55 61 $35.85 $74,565 Postsecondary nondegree award
Court, Municipal, and License Clerks 43-4031 2,026 2,084 57 2.8 % 11 217 229 $23.28 $48,426 High school diploma or equivalent
Craft Artists 27-1012 823 931 108 13.1 % 22 100 122 $4.68 $9,736 No formal educational credential
Crane and Tower Operators 53-7021 90 105 14 15.8 % 3 12 14 $41.72 $86,775 High school diploma or equivalent
Credit Analysts 13-2041 295 283 -12 -4.0 % -2 27 24 $34.62 $72,005 Bachelor's degree
Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks 43-4041 91 92 1 1.0 % 0 10 10 $21.33 $44,363 High school diploma or equivalent
Credit Counselors 13-2071 209 211 2 1.1 % 0 18 19 $22.26 $46,302 Bachelor's degree
Crematory Operators and Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other 39-9098 2,180 2,314 134 6.2 % 27 347 374 $14.74 $30,656 High school diploma or equivalent
Crossing Guards and Flaggers 33-9091 286 303 18 6.1 % 4 59 63 $25.72 $53,488 No formal educational credential
Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-9021 132 129 -3 -2.0 % -1 16 16 $19.31 $40,156 High school diploma or equivalent
Curators 25-4012 84 92 7 8.8 % 1 11 12 $29.93 $62,249 Master's degree
Customer Service Representatives 43-4051 13,825 14,396 571 4.1 % 114 2,023 2,137 $17.96 $37,349 High school diploma or equivalent
Cutters and Trimmers, Hand 51-9031 40 38 -2 -4.5 % 0 5 4 $19.46 $40,481 No formal educational credential
Cutting and Slicing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-9032 151 163 13 8.3 % 3 20 22 $15.93 $33,127 High school diploma or equivalent
Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4031 346 350 4 1.3 % 1 39 40 $17.17 $35,707 High school diploma or equivalent
Dancers 27-2031 200 221 21 10.6 % 4 39 43 $21.23 $44,155 No formal educational credential
Data Entry Keyers 43-9021 1,429 1,347 -82 -5.8 % -16 167 150 $16.40 $34,113 High school diploma or equivalent
Data Scientists and Mathematical Science Occupations, All Other 15-2098 1,031 1,136 105 10.2 % 21 102 123 $38.30 $79,670 Bachelor's degree
Database Administrators and Architects 15-1245 669 714 46 6.8 % 9 52 61 $52.69 $109,604 Bachelor's degree
Demonstrators and Product Promoters 41-9011 1,013 1,032 20 2.0 % 4 207 211 $20.79 $43,244 No formal educational credential
Dental Assistants 31-9091 3,750 3,986 236 6.3 % 47 465 513 $21.08 $43,846 Postsecondary nondegree award
Dental Hygienists 29-1292 1,816 1,914 98 5.4 % 20 132 152 $48.58 $101,056 Associate's degree
Dental Laboratory Technicians 51-9081 250 254 4 1.8 % 1 34 35 $21.56 $44,847 High school diploma or equivalent
Dentists, All Other Specialists 29-1029 66 69 3 4.8 % 1 2 3 $125.93 $261,932 Doctoral or professional degree
Dentists, General 29-1021 1,188 1,235 48 4.0 % 10 41 50 $74.19 $154,315 Doctoral or professional degree
Derrick Operators, Oil and Gas 47-5011 12 13 1 8.6 % 0 2 2 $27.10 $56,375 No formal educational credential
Designers, All Other 27-1029 805 801 -5 -0.6 % -1 83 82 $23.95 $49,815 Bachelor's degree
Desktop Publishers 43-9031 96 95 -2 -1.7 % 0 12 11 $27.78 $57,790 Associate's degree
Detectives and Criminal Investigators 33-3021 1,413 1,435 22 1.5 % 4 106 110 $45.12 $93,856 High school diploma or equivalent
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers 29-2032 462 514 52 11.3 % 10 28 39 $58.02 $120,684 Associate's degree
Dietetic Technicians 29-2051 238 255 17 7.2 % 3 22 25 $18.35 $38,174 Associate's degree
Dietitians and Nutritionists 29-1031 602 667 65 10.7 % 13 47 60 $37.53 $78,063 Bachelor's degree
Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers 35-9011 3,548 3,744 196 5.5 % 39 691 730 $12.80 $26,620 No formal educational credential
Directors, Religious Activities and Education 21-2021 630 605 -25 -4.0 % -5 79 74 $26.68 $55,496 Bachelor's degree
Dishwashers 35-9021 3,913 4,042 130 3.3 % 26 706 732 $12.73 $26,487 No formal educational credential
Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance 43-5032 1,379 1,477 98 7.1 % 20 147 166 $18.76 $39,015 High school diploma or equivalent
Door-to-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors, and Related Workers 41-9091 8,197 8,167 -30 -0.4 % -6 1,159 1,153 $12.09 $25,142 No formal educational credential
Drafters, All Other 17-3019 85 89 4 5.2 % 1 9 10 $27.15 $56,471 Associate's degree
Dredge Operators 53-7031 13 12 -1 -7.9 % 0 2 1 $28.61 $59,518 High school diploma or equivalent
Drilling and Boring Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4032 13 13 0 -3.6 % 0 1 1 $16.75 $34,846 High school diploma or equivalent
Driver/Sales Workers 53-3031 3,035 3,253 218 7.2 % 44 383 426 $17.11 $35,587 High school diploma or equivalent
Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers 47-2081 2,561 2,740 179 7.0 % 36 256 291 $22.49 $46,780 No formal educational credential
Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas; and Explosives Workers, Ordnance Handling Experts, and Blasters 47-5097 212 222 10 4.7 % 2 28 30 $23.67 $49,235 High school diploma or equivalent
Economists 19-3011 305 329 24 7.8 % 5 23 28 $38.66 $80,403 Master's degree
Editors 27-3041 1,116 1,065 -51 -4.6 % -10 123 113 $24.76 $51,505 Bachelor's degree
Education Administrators, All Other 11-9039 615 650 35 5.7 % 7 49 56 $35.88 $74,627 Bachelor's degree
Education Administrators, Kindergarten through Secondary 11-9032 1,664 1,736 72 4.3 % 14 133 147 $56.02 $116,522 Master's degree
Education Administrators, Postsecondary 11-9033 889 916 27 3.0 % 5 71 76 $63.65 $132,392 Master's degree
Education and Childcare Administrators, Preschool and Daycare 11-9031 695 702 7 1.0 % 1 55 56 $20.22 $42,055 Bachelor's degree
Educational Instruction and Library Workers, All Other 25-9099 1,934 1,967 32 1.7 % 6 194 201 $20.40 $42,442 Bachelor's degree
Educational, Guidance, and Career Counselors and Advisors 21-1012 2,807 2,923 116 4.1 % 23 303 326 $31.62 $65,767 Master's degree
Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related Repairers 49-2092 67 69 2 2.6 % 0 8 8 $22.52 $46,842 High school diploma or equivalent
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technologists and Technicians 17-3023 1,053 1,082 29 2.7 % 6 107 113 $32.92 $68,466 Associate's degree
Electrical and Electronics Drafters 17-3012 253 267 14 5.6 % 3 27 30 $26.98 $56,126 Associate's degree
Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers, Transportation Equipment 49-2093 66 68 2 3.1 % 0 5 6 $37.61 $78,225 Postsecondary nondegree award
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment 49-2094 364 383 19 5.1 % 4 31 34 $31.63 $65,786 Postsecondary nondegree award
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse, Substation, and Relay 49-2095 107 113 6 5.7 % 1 9 10 $35.06 $72,923 Postsecondary nondegree award
Electrical Engineers 17-2071 1,502 1,594 93 6.2 % 19 110 129 $48.36 $100,584 Bachelor's degree
Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers 49-9051 553 633 79 14.4 % 16 54 70 $49.79 $103,564 High school diploma or equivalent
Electrical, Electronic, and Electromechanical Assemblers, Except Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers 51-2028 768 805 37 4.8 % 7 92 99 $18.83 $39,164 High school diploma or equivalent
Electricians 47-2111 6,315 7,566 1,251 19.8 % 250 834 1,085 $26.20 $54,503 High school diploma or equivalent
Electro-Mechanical and Mechatronics Technologists and Technicians 17-3024 62 63 1 2.0 % 0 6 7 $27.11 $56,379 Associate's degree
Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor Vehicles 49-2096 32 29 -3 -9.9 % -1 4 3 $16.73 $34,802 High school diploma or equivalent
Electronics Engineers, Except Computer 17-2072 704 704 0 -0.1 % 0 50 50 $55.28 $114,979 Bachelor's degree
Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education 25-2021 10,274 10,637 363 3.5 % 73 829 902 $33.84 $70,394 Bachelor's degree
Elevator and Escalator Installers and Repairers 47-4021 93 102 9 9.7 % 2 11 13 $48.09 $100,021 High school diploma or equivalent
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs 43-4061 1,235 1,262 27 2.2 % 5 130 136 $27.14 $56,441 High school diploma or equivalent
Embalmers 39-4011 34 34 0 0.0 % 0 6 6 $30.73 $63,919 Associate's degree
Emergency Management Directors 11-9161 138 143 5 3.5 % 1 11 12 $43.91 $91,326 Bachelor's degree
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics 29-2041 1,492 1,659 167 11.2 % 33 113 146 $25.32 $52,663 Postsecondary nondegree award
Engine and Other Machine Assemblers 51-2031 53 49 -4 -8.4 % -1 6 5 $16.99 $35,339 High school diploma or equivalent
Engineers, All Other 17-2199 1,219 1,267 48 3.9 % 10 88 98 $50.76 $105,577 Bachelor's degree
Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers, All Other 39-3099 74 77 3 4.4 % 1 19 20 $13.82 $28,752 High school diploma or equivalent
Environmental Engineering Technologists and Technicians 17-3025 148 158 10 6.5 % 2 15 17 $25.50 $53,045 Associate's degree
Environmental Engineers 17-2081 1,580 1,615 35 2.2 % 7 121 128 $54.85 $114,084 Bachelor's degree
Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health 19-4042 579 603 24 4.1 % 5 78 83 $22.88 $47,589 Associate's degree
Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health 19-2041 2,965 3,034 69 2.3 % 14 314 327 $42.09 $87,556 Bachelor's degree
Epidemiologists 19-1041 175 178 3 2.0 % 1 16 16 $44.55 $92,655 Master's degree
Etchers and Engravers 51-9194 69 71 2 2.7 % 0 9 10 $14.59 $30,348 High school diploma or equivalent
Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators, Surface Mining 47-5022 255 270 14 5.5 % 3 33 36 $26.04 $54,171 High school diploma or equivalent
Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants 43-6011 4,003 3,748 -255 -6.4 % -51 475 424 $29.71 $61,787 High school diploma or equivalent
Exercise Physiologists 29-1128 194 220 26 13.5 % 5 14 19 $28.59 $59,470 Bachelor's degree
Exercise Trainers and Group Fitness Instructors 39-9031 3,287 3,403 116 3.5 % 23 606 629 $22.46 $46,718 High school diploma or equivalent
Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4021 91 98 7 7.8 % 1 12 13 $18.45 $38,381 High school diploma or equivalent
Extruding and Forming Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Synthetic and Glass Fibers 51-6091 12 14 2 13.3 % 0 2 2 $18.26 $37,979 High school diploma or equivalent
Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-9041 81 93 12 14.7 % 2 10 13 $19.42 $40,402 High school diploma or equivalent
Fabric and Apparel Patternmakers 51-6092 10 10 0 4.2 % 0 1 1 $25.46 $52,949 High school diploma or equivalent
Fallers 45-4021 40 40 0 1.1 % 0 7 7 $21.08 $43,844 High school diploma or equivalent
Family Medicine Physicians 29-1215 910 958 48 5.3 % 10 30 40 $125.53 $261,105 Doctoral or professional degree
Farm and Home Management Educators 25-9021 77 80 3 3.4 % 1 8 8 $27.23 $56,633 Master's degree
Farm Equipment Mechanics and Service Technicians 49-3041 213 227 14 6.6 % 3 23 26 $22.80 $47,430 High school diploma or equivalent
Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers 11-9013 6,082 5,760 -322 -5.3 % -64 666 602 $21.96 $45,684 High school diploma or equivalent
Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse 45-2092 7,278 7,201 -77 -1.1 % -15 1,259 1,244 $12.68 $26,382 No formal educational credential
Farmworkers, Farm, Ranch, and Aquacultural Animals 45-2093 1,417 1,415 -2 -0.1 % 0 246 246 $13.68 $28,458 No formal educational credential
Fashion Designers 27-1022 235 266 31 13.3 % 6 26 32 $31.18 $64,860 Bachelor's degree
Fast Food and Counter Workers 35-3023 27,378 30,160 2,781 10.2 % 556 6,308 6,865 $12.86 $26,750 No formal educational credential
Fence Erectors 47-4031 918 953 35 3.8 % 7 107 114 $21.20 $44,094 No formal educational credential
Fiberglass Laminators and Fabricators 51-2051 82 93 11 13.7 % 2 11 13 $16.75 $34,848 High school diploma or equivalent
File Clerks 43-4071 1,238 1,179 -59 -4.8 % -12 161 149 $15.44 $32,124 High school diploma or equivalent
Film and Video Editors 27-4032 343 406 63 18.5 % 13 38 50 $23.71 $49,316 Bachelor's degree
Financial and Investment Analysts, Financial Risk Specialists, and Financial Specialists, All Other 13-2098 5,028 5,656 629 12.5 % 126 464 590 $35.47 $73,783 Bachelor's degree
Financial Clerks, All Other 43-3099 381 416 35 9.2 % 7 47 54 $21.46 $44,635 High school diploma or equivalent
Financial Examiners 13-2061 273 279 6 2.3 % 1 21 22 $43.88 $91,278 Bachelor's degree
Financial Managers 11-3031 6,872 7,653 781 11.4 % 156 569 725 $50.83 $105,723 Bachelor's degree
Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and Illustrators 27-1013 1,926 2,221 295 15.3 % 59 238 297 $7.88 $16,392 Bachelor's degree
Fire Inspectors and Investigators 33-2021 73 77 4 6.0 % 1 9 9 $41.57 $86,460 Postsecondary nondegree award
Firefighters 33-2011 2,124 2,246 122 5.7 % 24 168 192 $35.80 $74,465 Postsecondary nondegree award
First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers 47-1011 5,067 5,488 421 8.3 % 84 568 652 $33.82 $70,339 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Correctional Officers 33-1011 595 573 -22 -3.7 % -4 48 43 $51.51 $107,150 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers 45-1011 472 482 10 2.1 % 2 76 78 $22.94 $47,707 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Firefighting and Prevention Workers 33-1021 221 234 14 6.3 % 3 16 18 $50.87 $105,803 Postsecondary nondegree award
First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Workers 35-1012 6,199 6,614 415 6.7 % 83 1,055 1,138 $15.20 $31,613 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Gambling Services Workers 39-1013 248 261 13 5.2 % 3 46 49 $29.22 $60,780 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers 37-1011 2,336 2,599 262 11.2 % 52 307 359 $20.22 $42,050 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping Workers 37-1012 984 1,062 78 7.9 % 16 116 132 $23.03 $47,900 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 49-1011 3,251 3,466 215 6.6 % 43 328 371 $32.68 $67,983 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers 41-1012 5,527 5,907 379 6.9 % 76 565 641 $21.84 $45,434 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers 43-1011 10,902 11,074 172 1.6 % 34 1,230 1,264 $28.64 $59,570 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service and Entertainment and Recreation Workers, Except Gambling Services 39-1098 2,878 3,196 319 11.1 % 64 315 379 $17.67 $36,748 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives 33-1012 533 561 27 5.1 % 5 39 44 $72.43 $150,664 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers 51-1011 2,181 2,319 138 6.3 % 28 239 267 $30.09 $62,588 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers 41-1011 14,098 14,074 -24 -0.2 % -5 1,639 1,634 $18.25 $37,953 High school diploma or equivalent
First-Line Supervisors of Transportation and Material Moving Workers, Except Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors 53-1047 2,590 2,820 230 8.9 % 46 301 347 $27.00 $56,166 High school diploma or equivalent
Fish and Game Wardens 33-3031 267 268 2 0.6 % 0 23 23 $43.70 $90,898 Bachelor's degree
Fishing and Hunting Workers 45-3031 284 300 16 5.6 % 3 49 52 $15.41 $32,061 No formal educational credential
Flight Attendants 53-2031 19 40 21 111.9 % 4 4 8 $25.39 $52,807 High school diploma or equivalent
Floor Layers, Except Carpet, Wood, and Hard Tiles 47-2042 490 550 60 12.2 % 12 51 63 $25.91 $53,892 No formal educational credential
Floor Sanders and Finishers 47-2043 52 53 1 1.2 % 0 5 5 $23.16 $48,165 No formal educational credential
Floral Designers 27-1023 491 488 -2 -0.5 % 0 50 50 $16.47 $34,268 High school diploma or equivalent
Food and Tobacco Roasting, Baking, and Drying Machine Operators and Tenders 51-3091 57 62 4 7.6 % 1 8 9 $20.08 $41,765 No formal educational credential
Food Batchmakers 51-3092 349 378 30 8.5 % 6 54 60 $13.29 $27,637 High school diploma or equivalent
Food Cooking Machine Operators and Tenders 51-3093 87 93 6 6.7 % 1 17 18 $15.18 $31,581 High school diploma or equivalent
Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All Other 35-9099 784 828 44 5.6 % 9 153 162 $12.93 $26,891 No formal educational credential
Food Preparation Workers 35-2021 5,102 5,271 169 3.3 % 34 991 1,025 $13.04 $27,124 No formal educational credential
Food Processing Workers, All Other 51-3099 138 144 5 3.9 % 1 15 16 $13.58 $28,238 No formal educational credential
Food Scientists and Technologists 19-1012 229 237 7 3.2 % 1 26 28 $31.09 $64,675 Bachelor's degree
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant 35-3041 1,575 1,728 154 9.8 % 31 293 323 $13.25 $27,551 No formal educational credential
Food Service Managers 11-9051 4,641 5,017 376 8.1 % 75 570 645 $20.79 $43,244 High school diploma or equivalent
Forensic Science Technicians 19-4092 120 129 9 7.5 % 2 16 18 $41.49 $86,297 Bachelor's degree
Forest and Conservation Technicians 19-4071 439 444 5 1.1 % 1 58 59 $19.41 $40,372 Associate's degree
Forest and Conservation Workers 45-4011 336 327 -9 -2.6 % -2 55 54 $13.75 $28,605 High school diploma or equivalent
Forest Fire Inspectors and Prevention Specialists 33-2022 107 117 10 9.1 % 2 13 15 $12.71 $26,434 High school diploma or equivalent
Foresters 19-1032 97 101 4 4.4 % 1 10 11 $38.62 $80,324 Bachelor's degree
Forging Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4022 87 82 -5 -5.5 % -1 9 8 $26.88 $55,902 High school diploma or equivalent
Foundry Mold and Coremakers 51-4071 10 9 0 -1.4 % 0 1 1 $16.38 $34,062 High school diploma or equivalent
Fundraisers 13-1131 735 843 108 14.7 % 22 86 108 $24.76 $51,510 Bachelor's degree
Funeral Attendants 39-4021 147 151 4 2.4 % 1 27 28 $14.86 $30,905 High school diploma or equivalent
Funeral Home Managers 11-9171 286 295 9 3.2 % 2 23 25 $37.94 $78,920 Associate's degree
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, and Kettle Operators and Tenders 51-9051 44 44 0 0.0 % 0 5 5 $14.64 $30,461 High school diploma or equivalent
Furniture Finishers 51-7021 140 119 -21 -15.1 % -4 16 12 $15.80 $32,865 High school diploma or equivalent
Gambling and Sports Book Writers and Runners 39-3012 90 91 1 1.2 % 0 16 16 $15.81 $32,891 High school diploma or equivalent
Gambling Cage Workers 43-3041 209 221 12 5.5 % 2 29 31 $15.13 $31,473 High school diploma or equivalent
Gambling Change Persons and Booth Cashiers 41-2012 282 296 14 4.9 % 3 59 62 $14.56 $30,282 No formal educational credential
Gambling Dealers 39-3011 1,797 1,888 91 5.1 % 18 324 342 $13.00 $27,031 High school diploma or equivalent
Gambling Managers 11-9071 83 90 7 8.4 % 1 10 12 $31.23 $64,955 High school diploma or equivalent
Gambling Service Workers, All Other 39-3019 137 140 2 1.8 % 1 24 25 $20.13 $41,869 High school diploma or equivalent
Gambling Surveillance Officers and Gambling Investigators 33-9031 33 35 2 7.1 % 0 5 5 $15.23 $31,669 High school diploma or equivalent
Gas Compressor and Gas Pumping Station Operators 53-7071 2 2 0 0.8 % 0 0 0 $27.21 $56,596 High school diploma or equivalent
Gas Plant Operators 51-8092 15 29 14 93.5 % 3 3 5 $49.49 $102,936 High school diploma or equivalent
General and Operations Managers 11-1021 16,085 17,321 1,236 7.7 % 247 1,491 1,738 $49.02 $101,953 Bachelor's degree
General Internal Medicine Physicians 29-1216 278 277 -1 -0.3 % 0 9 9 $134.02 $278,758 Doctoral or professional degree
Genetic Counselors 29-9092 184 206 22 11.8 % 4 12 16 $42.26 $87,901 Master's degree
Geographers 19-3092 9 9 0 3.5 % 0 1 1 $47.02 $97,806 Bachelor's degree
Geological and Hydrologic Technicians 19-4045 102 107 5 4.9 % 1 10 11 $24.22 $50,368 Associate's degree
Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers 19-2042 580 601 21 3.7 % 4 62 66 $50.17 $104,359 Bachelor's degree
Glaziers 47-2121 884 1,017 134 15.1 % 27 111 137 $23.79 $49,478 High school diploma or equivalent
Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products 45-2041 344 338 -6 -1.8 % -1 54 52 $13.53 $28,141 No formal educational credential
Graphic Designers 27-1024 2,337 2,448 112 4.8 % 22 248 270 $23.56 $49,001 Bachelor's degree
Grinding and Polishing Workers, Hand 51-9022 106 94 -12 -11.1 % -2 12 10 $14.76 $30,701 No formal educational credential
Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4033 167 168 1 0.6 % 0 20 20 $16.75 $34,830 High school diploma or equivalent
Grounds Maintenance Workers, All Other 37-3019 141 150 9 6.3 % 2 21 22 $14.33 $29,804 No formal educational credential
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists 39-5012 12,188 14,908 2,720 22.3 % 544 1,824 2,368 $15.26 $31,742 Postsecondary nondegree award
Hazardous Materials Removal Workers 47-4041 386 437 51 13.2 % 10 56 66 $31.11 $64,701 High school diploma or equivalent
Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors 17-2111 132 142 10 7.4 % 2 10 12 $57.22 $119,024 Bachelor's degree
Health Education Specialists 21-1091 489 541 53 10.8 % 11 59 70 $28.86 $60,037 Bachelor's degree
Health Information Technologists, Medical Registrars, Surgical Assistants, and Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other 29-9098 377 423 46 12.2 % 9 24 33 $33.64 $69,964 Postsecondary nondegree award
Healthcare Social Workers 21-1022 1,526 1,780 254 16.6 % 51 170 221 $32.84 $68,305 Master's degree
Healthcare Support Workers, All Other 31-9099 768 828 60 7.8 % 12 102 114 $21.39 $44,485 High school diploma or equivalent
Hearing Aid Specialists 29-2092 40 45 5 11.5 % 1 3 4 $31.28 $65,056 High school diploma or equivalent
Heat Treating Equipment Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4191 39 38 -1 -2.4 % 0 4 4 $19.33 $40,197 High school diploma or equivalent
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers 49-9021 3,376 3,687 312 9.2 % 62 363 425 $25.79 $53,651 Postsecondary nondegree award
Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers 53-3032 19,310 21,908 2,597 13.4 % 519 2,519 3,038 $23.17 $48,192 Postsecondary nondegree award
Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other 47-3019 271 299 29 10.6 % 6 40 45 $15.35 $31,934 No formal educational credential
Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons, Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble Setters 47-3011 491 535 44 8.9 % 9 71 80 $19.64 $40,853 No formal educational credential
Helpers--Carpenters 47-3012 347 384 36 10.4 % 7 51 58 $17.98 $37,392 No formal educational credential
Helpers--Electricians 47-3013 174 268 94 53.9 % 19 31 50 $18.01 $37,457 High school diploma or equivalent
Helpers--Extraction Workers 47-5081 77 73 -4 -4.8 % -1 10 9 $19.64 $40,857 High school diploma or equivalent
Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers 49-9098 648 711 63 9.8 % 13 100 113 $14.62 $30,400 High school diploma or equivalent
Helpers--Painters, Paperhangers, Plasterers, and Stucco Masons 47-3014 139 156 18 12.8 % 4 21 24 $17.83 $37,083 No formal educational credential
Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 47-3015 197 234 37 18.8 % 7 30 38 $18.45 $38,376 High school diploma or equivalent
Helpers--Production Workers 51-9198 1,089 1,163 74 6.8 % 15 181 195 $14.64 $30,442 High school diploma or equivalent
Helpers--Roofers 47-3016 229 252 23 10.1 % 5 34 38 $17.70 $36,813 No formal educational credential
Highway Maintenance Workers 47-4051 822 852 30 3.6 % 6 98 104 $22.11 $45,995 High school diploma or equivalent
Historians 19-3093 85 86 2 2.0 % 0 10 10 $25.71 $53,477 Master's degree
Hoist and Winch Operators 53-7041 12 13 1 9.2 % 0 2 2 $33.32 $69,311 No formal educational credential
Home Appliance Repairers 49-9031 536 466 -70 -13.1 % -14 53 39 $20.48 $42,599 High school diploma or equivalent
Home Health and Personal Care Aides 31-1128 46,432 59,522 13,090 28.2 % 2,618 8,484 11,102 $13.29 $27,638 High school diploma or equivalent
Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop 35-9031 2,237 2,373 136 6.1 % 27 583 611 $13.01 $27,055 No formal educational credential
Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks 43-4081 1,242 1,228 -14 -1.1 % -3 223 221 $13.45 $27,986 High school diploma or equivalent
Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping 43-4161 816 826 10 1.2 % 2 99 101 $21.79 $45,321 Associate's degree
Human Resources Managers 11-3121 1,212 1,268 56 4.6 % 11 108 119 $49.21 $102,356 Bachelor's degree
Human Resources Specialists 13-1071 4,178 4,506 328 7.8 % 66 456 521 $32.00 $66,553 Bachelor's degree
Hydrologists 19-2043 177 181 4 2.1 % 1 19 20 $41.16 $85,605 Bachelor's degree
Industrial Engineering Technologists and Technicians 17-3026 109 117 8 6.9 % 2 11 13 $28.92 $60,163 Associate's degree
Industrial Engineers 17-2112 657 721 63 9.6 % 13 49 62 $45.38 $94,382 Bachelor's degree
Industrial Machinery Mechanics 49-9041 1,597 1,754 156 9.8 % 31 162 193 $30.54 $63,524 High school diploma or equivalent
Industrial Production Managers 11-3051 783 832 49 6.3 % 10 59 69 $45.88 $95,436 Bachelor's degree
Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators 53-7051 2,579 2,824 245 9.5 % 49 318 367 $19.00 $39,518 No formal educational credential
Industrial-Organizational Psychologists 19-3032 26 23 -3 -11.3 % -1 2 1 $50.58 $105,199 Master's degree
Information and Record Clerks, All Other 43-4199 1,705 1,762 57 3.3 % 11 213 224 $21.72 $45,176 High school diploma or equivalent
Information Security Analysts 15-1212 467 541 75 16.0 % 15 39 54 $56.02 $116,528 Bachelor's degree
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers 51-9061 2,349 2,315 -33 -1.4 % -7 303 297 $19.59 $40,746 High school diploma or equivalent
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other 49-9099 2,726 2,824 98 3.6 % 20 318 337 $19.61 $40,787 High school diploma or equivalent
Instructional Coordinators 25-9031 1,676 1,743 66 4.0 % 13 171 184 $40.10 $83,407 Master's degree
Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and Wall 47-2131 94 117 22 23.6 % 4 12 16 $21.46 $44,642 No formal educational credential
Insulation Workers, Mechanical 47-2132 62 74 12 19.3 % 2 8 10 $31.57 $65,673 High school diploma or equivalent
Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage 13-1032 266 240 -26 -9.7 % -5 22 17 $34.66 $72,085 Postsecondary nondegree award
Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks 43-9041 3,694 3,570 -124 -3.4 % -25 393 368 $23.30 $48,471 High school diploma or equivalent
Insurance Sales Agents 41-3021 10,569 12,301 1,733 16.4 % 347 1,164 1,511 $26.88 $55,920 High school diploma or equivalent
Insurance Underwriters 13-2053 1,320 1,207 -113 -8.5 % -23 109 86 $34.32 $71,376 Bachelor's degree
Interior Designers 27-1025 942 1,015 73 7.8 % 15 101 116 $21.23 $44,153 Bachelor's degree
Interpreters and Translators 27-3091 2,869 3,224 355 12.4 % 71 312 383 $28.03 $58,293 Bachelor's degree
Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan 43-4111 1,770 1,858 87 4.9 % 17 252 269 $22.17 $46,108 High school diploma or equivalent
Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners 37-2011 21,617 24,347 2,730 12.6 % 546 3,391 3,937 $15.60 $32,444 No formal educational credential
Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers 51-9071 544 560 15 2.8 % 3 79 82 $13.08 $27,198 High school diploma or equivalent
Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates 23-1023 114 117 3 2.3 % 1 6 7 $96.60 $200,920 Doctoral or professional degree
Judicial Law Clerks 23-1012 222 225 3 1.5 % 1 12 12 $31.62 $65,770 Doctoral or professional degree
Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education 25-2012 655 680 25 3.8 % 5 72 77 $39.97 $83,130 Bachelor's degree
Labor Relations Specialists 13-1075 586 614 28 4.8 % 6 63 68 $38.46 $80,004 Bachelor's degree
Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand 53-7062 26,073 26,952 879 3.4 % 176 3,866 4,042 $15.10 $31,401 No formal educational credential
Landscape Architects 17-1012 306 327 21 6.9 % 4 25 29 $35.35 $73,520 Bachelor's degree
Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers 37-3011 12,430 13,399 969 7.8 % 194 1,838 2,032 $16.14 $33,577 No formal educational credential
Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4034 118 120 3 2.3 % 1 12 13 $20.63 $42,912 High school diploma or equivalent
Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers 51-6011 1,121 1,165 44 3.9 % 9 163 172 $13.91 $28,930 No formal educational credential
Lawyers 23-1011 9,401 9,778 377 4.0 % 75 507 583 $58.23 $121,116 Doctoral or professional degree
Layout Workers, Metal and Plastic 51-4192 21 22 1 3.0 % 0 2 2 $21.10 $43,884 High school diploma or equivalent
Legal Secretaries and Administrative Assistants 43-6012 1,695 1,560 -135 -8.0 % -27 199 172 $25.43 $52,891 High school diploma or equivalent
Legal Support Workers, All Other 23-2099 496 483 -14 -2.7 % -3 46 44 $25.32 $52,669 Associate's degree
Legislators 11-1031 366 382 16 4.4 % 3 29 32 $50.17 $104,344 Bachelor's degree
Librarians and Media Collections Specialists 25-4022 722 752 30 4.1 % 6 77 83 $36.97 $76,898 Bachelor's degree
Library Assistants, Clerical 43-4121 637 641 4 0.7 % 1 108 109 $16.06 $33,396 High school diploma or equivalent
Library Technicians 25-4031 627 632 6 0.9 % 1 107 109 $21.25 $44,191 Postsecondary nondegree award
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 29-2061 4,249 4,782 533 12.5 % 107 376 483 $27.83 $57,884 Postsecondary nondegree award
Life Scientists, All Other 19-1099 248 251 3 1.3 % 1 22 23 $27.66 $57,529 Bachelor's degree
Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other 19-4099 560 583 23 4.0 % 5 76 80 $27.86 $57,945 Associate's degree
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective Service Workers 33-9092 639 675 36 5.6 % 7 191 199 $14.48 $30,115 No formal educational credential
Light Truck Drivers 53-3033 9,666 10,924 1,258 13.0 % 252 1,259 1,510 $17.21 $35,805 High school diploma or equivalent
Lighting Technicians and Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All Other 27-4098 121 130 8 6.8 % 2 15 17 $27.82 $57,866 High school diploma or equivalent
Loading and Moving Machine Operators, Underground Mining 47-5044 1 2 0 37.6 % 0 0 0 $21.15 $44,002 No formal educational credential
Loan Interviewers and Clerks 43-4131 1,209 1,136 -73 -6.0 % -15 123 109 $23.16 $48,182 High school diploma or equivalent
Loan Officers 13-2072 2,502 2,328 -174 -6.9 % -35 208 173 $30.80 $64,068 Bachelor's degree
Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendants 39-3093 104 109 6 5.4 % 1 26 28 $16.18 $33,657 High school diploma or equivalent
Locksmiths and Safe Repairers 49-9094 229 224 -5 -2.0 % -1 26 25 $19.03 $39,586 High school diploma or equivalent
Locomotive Engineers 53-4011 192 188 -5 -2.5 % -1 17 16 $31.00 $64,481 High school diploma or equivalent
Lodging Managers 11-9081 1,310 1,471 160 12.2 % 32 160 192 $21.17 $44,028 High school diploma or equivalent
Log Graders and Scalers 45-4023 11 10 -1 -12.9 % 0 2 1 $20.92 $43,511 High school diploma or equivalent
Logging Equipment Operators 45-4022 251 275 24 9.6 % 5 45 50 $18.53 $38,546 High school diploma or equivalent
Logging Workers, All Other 45-4029 20 22 2 9.5 % 0 4 4 $13.29 $27,646 High school diploma or equivalent
Logisticians 13-1081 1,367 1,568 201 14.7 % 40 147 187 $38.09 $79,221 Bachelor's degree
Machine Feeders and Offbearers 53-7063 379 395 17 4.4 % 3 52 56 $14.99 $31,186 No formal educational credential
Machinists 51-4041 1,069 1,127 58 5.5 % 12 122 133 $20.10 $41,818 High school diploma or equivalent
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists 29-2035 308 325 17 5.6 % 3 18 22 $48.97 $101,851 Associate's degree
Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners 37-2012 14,097 14,401 304 2.2 % 61 2,124 2,185 $14.06 $29,241 No formal educational credential
Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal Service 43-9051 782 754 -28 -3.6 % -6 97 91 $15.74 $32,744 High school diploma or equivalent
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General 49-9071 8,437 9,038 602 7.1 % 120 906 1,026 $19.97 $41,534 High school diploma or equivalent
Maintenance Workers, Machinery 49-9043 264 286 22 8.4 % 4 26 30 $24.39 $50,738 High school diploma or equivalent
Makeup Artists, Theatrical and Performance 39-5091 29 34 6 19.6 % 1 4 5 $37.26 $77,497 Postsecondary nondegree award
Management Analysts 13-1111 29,028 30,920 1,892 6.5 % 378 3,033 3,411 $37.02 $76,999 Bachelor's degree
Manicurists and Pedicurists 39-5092 3,651 4,575 924 25.3 % 185 509 694 $12.32 $25,625 Postsecondary nondegree award
Manufactured Building and Mobile Home Installers 49-9095 24 23 -1 -5.4 % 0 2 2 $18.24 $37,948 High school diploma or equivalent
Marine Engineers and Naval Architects 17-2121 55 61 6 11.1 % 1 3 4 $50.21 $104,445 Bachelor's degree
Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists 13-1161 5,259 5,901 643 12.2 % 129 599 728 $29.37 $61,086 Bachelor's degree
Marketing Managers 11-2021 2,169 2,345 176 8.1 % 35 209 245 $51.48 $107,086 Bachelor's degree
Marriage and Family Therapists 21-1013 1,470 1,647 177 12.0 % 35 166 201 $21.09 $43,865 Master's degree
Massage Therapists 31-9011 3,937 4,813 875 22.2 % 175 535 711 $17.52 $36,444 Postsecondary nondegree award
Material Moving Workers, All Other 53-7199 818 861 43 5.2 % 9 110 119 $13.65 $28,402 No formal educational credential
Materials Engineers 17-2131 58 61 2 3.8 % 0 4 4 $48.97 $101,865 Bachelor's degree
Materials Scientists 19-2032 10 10 1 7.2 % 0 1 1 $49.59 $103,144 Bachelor's degree
Mathematicians 15-2021 4 4 0 3.4 % 0 0 0 $47.63 $99,064 Master's degree
Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers 51-3022 72 73 1 1.3 % 0 9 9 $13.88 $28,868 No formal educational credential
Mechanical Door Repairers 49-9011 232 250 18 7.8 % 4 22 25 $25.82 $53,702 High school diploma or equivalent
Mechanical Drafters 17-3013 323 324 1 0.4 % 0 34 34 $25.66 $53,382 Associate's degree
Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians 17-3027 100 108 8 7.6 % 2 10 12 $32.64 $67,883 Associate's degree
Mechanical Engineers 17-2141 1,198 1,274 75 6.3 % 15 84 99 $47.06 $97,876 Bachelor's degree
Media and Communication Workers, All Other 27-3099 478 468 -10 -2.1 % -2 51 49 $23.61 $49,101 High school diploma or equivalent
Medical and Health Services Managers 11-9111 2,942 3,537 594 20.2 % 119 270 389 $56.04 $116,559 Bachelor's degree
Medical Appliance Technicians 51-9082 38 42 4 10.4 % 1 5 6 $22.42 $46,631 High school diploma or equivalent
Medical Assistants 31-9092 7,453 8,404 951 12.8 % 190 948 1,138 $19.03 $39,576 Postsecondary nondegree award
Medical Dosimetrists, Medical Records Specialists, and Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other 29-2098 3,259 3,643 384 11.8 % 77 292 369 $25.92 $53,908 Postsecondary nondegree award
Medical Equipment Preparers 31-9093 563 601 39 6.9 % 8 74 82 $29.27 $60,880 High school diploma or equivalent
Medical Equipment Repairers 49-9062 363 406 42 11.7 % 8 43 52 $29.88 $62,146 Associate's degree
Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists 19-1042 932 977 45 4.8 % 9 84 93 $51.93 $108,005 Doctoral or professional degree
Medical Secretaries and Administrative Assistants 43-6013 7,203 7,764 561 7.8 % 112 921 1,033 $22.13 $46,021 High school diploma or equivalent
Medical Transcriptionists 31-9094 611 622 11 1.8 % 2 90 92 $19.57 $40,713 Postsecondary nondegree award
Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners 13-1121 1,827 1,945 118 6.5 % 24 222 246 $25.95 $53,977 Bachelor's degree
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers 21-1023 796 936 139 17.5 % 28 89 117 $25.68 $53,412 Master's degree
Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers 27-1026 915 930 15 1.6 % 3 95 98 $14.97 $31,140 High school diploma or equivalent
Metal Workers and Plastic Workers, All Other 51-4199 179 163 -16 -8.7 % -3 18 15 $14.87 $30,921 High school diploma or equivalent
Metal-Refining Furnace Operators and Tenders 51-4051 1 1 0 2.8 % 0 0 0 $17.21 $35,799 High school diploma or equivalent
Meter Readers, Utilities 43-5041 101 110 9 9.0 % 2 11 13 $30.02 $62,447 High school diploma or equivalent
Microbiologists 19-1022 234 238 5 2.1 % 1 22 23 $44.12 $91,763 Bachelor's degree
Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education 25-2022 3,516 3,650 133 3.8 % 27 284 311 $37.51 $78,015 Bachelor's degree
Military-only occupations 55-9999 4,319 4,363 44 1.0 % 9 532 540 $21.23 $44,162 N/A
Milling and Planing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4035 66 64 -2 -3.0 % 0 7 7 $19.46 $40,477 High school diploma or equivalent
Millwrights 49-9044 97 112 15 15.8 % 3 10 13 $28.73 $59,753 High school diploma or equivalent
Mining and Geological Engineers, Including Mining Safety Engineers 17-2151 100 102 2 1.6 % 0 8 8 $65.80 $136,862 Bachelor's degree
Miscellaneous Assemblers and Fabricators 51-2098 5,066 4,795 -271 -5.4 % -54 559 504 $15.33 $31,891 High school diploma or equivalent
Miscellaneous Construction and Related Workers 47-4098 295 323 29 9.8 % 6 43 48 $21.52 $44,767 High school diploma or equivalent
Miscellaneous Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related Workers 27-2099 1,328 1,528 199 15.0 % 40 176 216 $18.54 $38,554 No formal educational credential
Miscellaneous First-Line Supervisors, Protective Service Workers 33-1099 674 704 30 4.5 % 6 74 80 $23.47 $48,818 High school diploma or equivalent
Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-9023 261 280 19 7.2 % 4 33 37 $18.23 $37,926 High school diploma or equivalent
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines 49-3042 858 922 64 7.5 % 13 94 107 $28.19 $58,625 High school diploma or equivalent
Model Makers, Metal and Plastic 51-4061 4 4 0 1.8 % 0 0 0 $24.82 $51,623 High school diploma or equivalent
Model Makers, Wood 51-7031 3 3 0 10.3 % 0 0 0 $23.89 $49,701 High school diploma or equivalent
Models 41-9012 145 176 31 21.1 % 6 33 39 $18.89 $39,300 No formal educational credential
Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Except Metal and Plastic 51-9195 409 426 17 4.2 % 3 50 53 $16.97 $35,294 High school diploma or equivalent
Molding, Coremaking, and Casting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4072 216 221 5 2.3 % 1 23 24 $16.74 $34,816 High school diploma or equivalent
Morticians, Undertakers, and Funeral Arrangers 39-4031 71 76 5 6.3 % 1 9 10 $19.04 $39,599 Associate's degree
Motion Picture Projectionists 39-3021 8 7 0 -6.1 % 0 2 2 $18.24 $37,948 No formal educational credential
Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other 53-3099 1,121 1,329 208 18.6 % 42 229 271 $21.41 $44,536 No formal educational credential
Motorboat Mechanics and Service Technicians 49-3051 221 188 -33 -14.8 % -7 23 16 $17.34 $36,073 High school diploma or equivalent
Motorboat Operators 53-5022 11 10 0 -4.2 % 0 1 1 $19.08 $39,680 Postsecondary nondegree award
Motorcycle Mechanics 49-3052 478 468 -10 -2.1 % -2 53 51 $16.12 $33,529 Postsecondary nondegree award
Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4081 129 154 25 19.2 % 5 16 21 $20.57 $42,794 High school diploma or equivalent
Museum Technicians and Conservators 25-4013 61 67 6 9.9 % 1 8 9 $21.94 $45,643 Bachelor's degree
Music Directors and Composers 27-2041 728 796 68 9.3 % 14 98 112 $17.15 $35,664 Bachelor's degree
Musical Instrument Repairers and Tuners 49-9063 135 100 -36 -26.4 % -7 13 6 $16.81 $34,963 High school diploma or equivalent
Musicians and Singers 27-2042 2,997 3,270 274 9.1 % 55 405 459 $19.11 $39,755 No formal educational credential
Natural Sciences Managers 11-9121 529 543 14 2.6 % 3 41 43 $61.91 $128,774 Bachelor's degree
Network and Computer Systems Administrators 15-1244 1,839 1,913 75 4.1 % 15 131 146 $43.42 $90,306 Bachelor's degree
New Accounts Clerks 43-4141 142 125 -16 -11.5 % -3 16 13 $20.88 $43,436 High school diploma or equivalent
News Analysts, Reporters, and Journalists 27-3023 484 490 6 1.2 % 1 58 59 $17.23 $35,835 Bachelor's degree
Nuclear Engineers 17-2161 76 76 0 0.6 % 0 5 6 $65.79 $136,848 Bachelor's degree
Nuclear Medicine Technologists 29-2033 118 122 4 3.2 % 1 7 8 $61.45 $127,807 Associate's degree
Nuclear Power Reactor Operators 51-8011 4 4 0 1.2 % 0 0 0 $46.21 $96,111 High school diploma or equivalent
Nuclear Technicians 19-4051 9 9 0 2.3 % 0 1 1 $47.99 $99,819 Associate's degree
Nurse Anesthetists 29-1151 166 190 24 14.6 % 5 10 15 $123.71 $257,325 Master's degree
Nurse Midwives 29-1161 54 61 8 14.3 % 2 3 5 $81.42 $169,344 Master's degree
Nurse Practitioners 29-1171 1,123 1,514 391 34.8 % 78 78 156 $62.34 $129,668 Master's degree
Nursing Assistants 31-1131 7,227 7,973 746 10.3 % 149 936 1,085 $17.05 $35,469 Postsecondary nondegree award
Obstetricians and Gynecologists 29-1218 93 94 1 1.4 % 0 3 3 $132.19 $274,964 Doctoral or professional degree
Occupational Health and Safety Specialists 19-5011 667 712 45 6.7 % 9 42 51 $41.68 $86,696 Bachelor's degree
Occupational Health and Safety Technicians 19-5012 164 179 14 8.8 % 3 10 13 $16.26 $33,830 High school diploma or equivalent
Occupational Therapists 29-1122 558 636 78 14.0 % 16 37 53 $44.23 $91,990 Master's degree
Occupational Therapy Aides 31-2012 29 33 4 13.3 % 1 4 4 $16.42 $34,148 High school diploma or equivalent
Occupational Therapy Assistants 31-2011 152 185 34 22.2 % 7 19 26 $42.07 $87,502 Associate's degree
Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other 43-9199 4,962 5,110 148 3.0 % 30 624 653 $15.09 $31,383 High school diploma or equivalent
Office Clerks, General 43-9061 31,229 31,668 439 1.4 % 88 4,129 4,217 $17.99 $37,420 High school diploma or equivalent
Office Machine Operators, Except Computer 43-9071 155 155 0 -0.1 % 0 19 19 $19.67 $40,906 High school diploma or equivalent
Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators 47-2073 2,474 2,662 188 7.6 % 38 307 344 $31.52 $65,553 High school diploma or equivalent
Operations Research Analysts 15-2031 548 609 61 11.0 % 12 41 53 $36.06 $74,996 Bachelor's degree
Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians 51-9083 475 510 35 7.3 % 7 67 73 $14.07 $29,273 High school diploma or equivalent
Ophthalmic Medical Technicians 29-2057 325 359 34 10.4 % 7 31 37 $20.25 $42,124 Postsecondary nondegree award
Opticians, Dispensing 29-2081 582 619 37 6.4 % 7 51 59 $21.10 $43,889 High school diploma or equivalent
Optometrists 29-1041 309 323 14 4.5 % 3 11 14 $59.58 $123,924 Doctoral or professional degree
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons 29-1022 39 39 0 -0.7 % 0 1 1 $56.46 $117,433 Doctoral or professional degree
Order Clerks 43-4151 1,373 1,369 -4 -0.3 % -1 173 173 $18.43 $38,326 Some college
Orderlies 31-1132 270 285 15 5.7 % 3 34 37 $25.55 $53,138 High school diploma or equivalent
Orthodontists 29-1023 72 75 3 3.8 % 1 2 3 $107.91 $224,443 Doctoral or professional degree
Orthotists and Prosthetists 29-2091 61 68 8 12.5 % 2 5 6 $36.56 $76,037 Master's degree
Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small Engine Mechanics 49-3053 201 193 -7 -3.7 % -2 22 21 $16.93 $35,224 High school diploma or equivalent
Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders 51-9111 1,042 1,127 85 8.1 % 17 133 150 $15.46 $32,157 High school diploma or equivalent
Packers and Packagers, Hand 53-7064 4,243 4,174 -70 -1.6 % -14 638 624 $13.24 $27,533 No formal educational credential
Painters, Construction and Maintenance 47-2141 5,402 5,875 472 8.7 % 94 579 673 $19.17 $39,877 No formal educational credential
Painting, Coating, and Decorating Workers 51-9123 154 159 5 3.4 % 1 18 19 $15.74 $32,731 No formal educational credential
Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-9196 280 303 23 8.2 % 5 35 39 $16.02 $33,318 High school diploma or equivalent
Paperhangers 47-2142 62 65 3 4.4 % 1 7 7 $17.80 $37,025 No formal educational credential
Paralegals and Legal Assistants 23-2011 2,263 2,410 147 6.5 % 29 270 299 $27.31 $56,804 Associate's degree
Parking Attendants 53-6021 559 576 17 3.0 % 3 95 99 $13.14 $27,328 No formal educational credential
Parking Enforcement Workers 33-3041 53 46 -7 -13.3 % -1 4 3 $24.23 $50,405 High school diploma or equivalent
Parts Salespersons 41-2022 2,404 2,511 107 4.5 % 21 319 341 $16.57 $34,459 No formal educational credential
Passenger Attendants 53-6061 67 74 7 10.6 % 1 11 12 $13.20 $27,450 High school diploma or equivalent
Passenger Vehicle Drivers, Except Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity 53-3058 18,090 23,136 5,046 27.9 % 1,009 2,630 3,639 $14.94 $31,071 No formal educational credential
Patternmakers, Wood 51-7032 3 2 -1 -25.5 % 0 0 0 $23.98 $49,875 High school diploma or equivalent
Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Operators 47-2071 96 104 9 9.3 % 2 13 14 $23.41 $48,694 High school diploma or equivalent
Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks 43-3051 1,908 1,932 24 1.3 % 5 227 232 $24.72 $51,427 High school diploma or equivalent
Pediatricians, General 29-1221 157 163 7 4.2 % 1 5 7 $109.02 $226,760 Doctoral or professional degree
Personal Financial Advisors 13-2052 12,173 14,844 2,671 21.9 % 534 1,096 1,631 $44.60 $92,773 Bachelor's degree
Personal Service Managers, All Other; Entertainment and Recreation Managers, Except Gambling; and Managers, All Other 11-9198 15,482 16,620 1,139 7.4 % 228 1,257 1,485 $30.14 $62,691 Bachelor's degree
Pest Control Workers 37-2021 1,296 1,440 143 11.1 % 29 205 234 $18.64 $38,774 High school diploma or equivalent
Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, and Applicators, Vegetation 37-3012 249 268 19 7.6 % 4 37 41 $15.87 $33,009 High school diploma or equivalent
Petroleum Engineers 17-2171 64 67 3 4.5 % 1 5 5 $60.84 $126,549 Bachelor's degree
Petroleum Pump System Operators, Refinery Operators, and Gaugers 51-8093 43 46 2 5.7 % 1 5 6 $39.22 $81,575 High school diploma or equivalent
Pharmacists 29-1051 1,989 1,998 9 0.5 % 2 93 95 $72.62 $151,049 Doctoral or professional degree
Pharmacy Aides 31-9095 479 449 -30 -6.3 % -6 61 55 $13.45 $27,966 High school diploma or equivalent
Pharmacy Technicians 29-2052 2,548 2,607 59 2.3 % 12 229 241 $20.73 $43,115 High school diploma or equivalent
Phlebotomists 31-9097 624 703 79 12.6 % 16 75 91 $23.23 $48,316 Postsecondary nondegree award
Photographers 27-4021 7,843 8,346 503 6.4 % 101 848 949 $21.75 $45,236 High school diploma or equivalent
Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators 51-9151 130 122 -8 -6.3 % -2 22 20 $18.10 $37,646 High school diploma or equivalent
Physical Scientists, All Other 19-2099 295 337 42 14.1 % 8 27 35 $37.18 $77,327 Bachelor's degree
Physical Therapist Aides 31-2022 295 323 28 9.6 % 6 39 44 $14.21 $29,555 High school diploma or equivalent
Physical Therapist Assistants 31-2021 486 580 95 19.5 % 19 67 86 $33.55 $69,781 Associate's degree
Physical Therapists 29-1123 1,328 1,501 172 13.0 % 35 63 98 $50.56 $105,174 Doctoral or professional degree
Physician Assistants 29-1071 994 1,184 190 19.1 % 38 68 106 $59.52 $123,800 Master's degree
Physicians, All Other; and Ophthalmologists, Except Pediatric 29-1228 2,761 2,948 187 6.8 % 37 93 130 $121.49 $252,689 Doctoral or professional degree
Physicists 19-2012 166 170 4 2.6 % 1 12 13 $39.53 $82,224 Doctoral or professional degree
Pile Driver Operators 47-2072 14 16 1 9.1 % 0 2 2 $42.13 $87,631 High school diploma or equivalent
Pipelayers 47-2151 179 194 16 8.9 % 3 21 25 $29.18 $60,697 No formal educational credential
Plant and System Operators, All Other 51-8099 146 150 3 2.2 % 1 17 17 $41.04 $85,371 High school diploma or equivalent
Plasterers and Stucco Masons 47-2161 292 332 40 13.7 % 8 29 37 $21.84 $45,419 No formal educational credential
Plating Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4193 110 107 -3 -2.7 % -1 11 10 $14.78 $30,745 High school diploma or equivalent
Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 47-2152 4,199 4,642 444 10.6 % 89 508 597 $26.39 $54,891 High school diploma or equivalent
Podiatrists 29-1081 137 143 6 4.7 % 1 8 10 $72.79 $151,397 Doctoral or professional degree
Police and Sheriffs Patrol Officers 33-3051 4,938 5,155 217 4.4 % 43 406 449 $46.71 $97,149 High school diploma or equivalent
Political Scientists 19-3094 50 56 6 11.2 % 1 6 7 $32.81 $68,251 Master's degree
Postal Service Clerks 43-5051 524 494 -30 -5.8 % -6 44 38 $28.87 $60,057 High school diploma or equivalent
Postal Service Mail Carriers 43-5052 2,313 2,236 -77 -3.3 % -15 183 167 $27.33 $56,851 High school diploma or equivalent
Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine Operators 43-5053 1,053 966 -87 -8.2 % -17 94 77 $28.96 $60,245 High school diploma or equivalent
Postmasters and Mail Superintendents 11-9131 64 60 -5 -7.2 % -1 5 4 $37.41 $77,821 High school diploma or equivalent
Postsecondary Teachers 25-1099 12,964 13,366 402 3.1 % 80 1,220 1,300 $42.38 $88,156 Doctoral or professional degree
Power Distributors and Dispatchers 51-8012 91 99 9 9.5 % 2 9 11 $64.81 $134,800 High school diploma or equivalent
Power Plant Operators 51-8013 196 213 18 8.9 % 4 20 24 $49.02 $101,956 High school diploma or equivalent
Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers, All Other 49-9069 120 126 6 5.0 % 1 14 15 $32.98 $68,604 High school diploma or equivalent
Prepress Technicians and Workers 51-5111 202 178 -25 -12.2 % -5 26 21 $20.78 $43,231 Postsecondary nondegree award
Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education 25-2011 4,274 4,418 144 3.4 % 29 470 499 $14.68 $30,528 Associate's degree
Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials 51-6021 563 520 -43 -7.7 % -9 67 59 $12.83 $26,682 No formal educational credential
Print Binding and Finishing Workers 51-5113 287 264 -23 -8.0 % -5 39 34 $19.98 $41,560 High school diploma or equivalent
Printing Press Operators 51-5112 1,045 985 -60 -5.7 % -12 118 106 $17.50 $36,391 High school diploma or equivalent
Private Detectives and Investigators 33-9021 656 691 35 5.3 % 7 65 72 $26.33 $54,757 High school diploma or equivalent
Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists 21-1092 1,301 1,315 14 1.1 % 3 116 119 $49.50 $102,957 Bachelor's degree
Procurement Clerks 43-3061 237 244 7 2.8 % 1 26 27 $23.43 $48,734 High school diploma or equivalent
Producers and Directors 27-2012 962 1,002 40 4.1 % 8 96 104 $27.83 $57,880 Bachelor's degree
Production Workers, All Other 51-9199 2,107 2,092 -15 -0.7 % -3 252 249 $14.57 $30,299 High school diploma or equivalent
Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks 43-5061 1,879 2,041 162 8.6 % 33 220 253 $22.26 $46,306 High school diploma or equivalent
Project Management Specialists and Business Operations Specialists, All Other 13-1198 12,078 12,741 663 5.5 % 133 1,285 1,418 $34.63 $72,030 Bachelor's degree
Proofreaders and Copy Markers 43-9081 126 127 1 0.9 % 0 19 19 $22.39 $46,580 Bachelor's degree
Property Appraisers and Assessors 13-2021 3,642 3,936 294 8.1 % 59 316 375 $28.37 $59,004 Bachelor's degree
Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers 11-9141 13,400 14,522 1,122 8.4 % 224 1,178 1,402 $25.59 $53,223 High school diploma or equivalent
Prosthodontists 29-1024 5 5 0 0.7 % 0 0 0 $100.05 $208,102 Doctoral or professional degree
Psychiatric Aides 31-1133 178 214 36 20.0 % 7 24 31 $14.06 $29,253 High school diploma or equivalent
Psychiatric Technicians 29-2053 466 539 74 15.8 % 15 45 60 $21.91 $45,567 Postsecondary nondegree award
Psychiatrists 29-1223 270 295 25 9.2 % 5 9 14 $93.48 $194,438 Doctoral or professional degree
Psychologists, All Other 19-3039 1,812 1,982 170 9.4 % 34 130 164 $47.05 $97,854 Master's degree
Public Relations and Fundraising Managers 11-2031 615 670 55 8.9 % 11 60 71 $54.33 $113,003 Bachelor's degree
Public Relations Specialists 27-3031 2,179 2,309 130 6.0 % 26 238 264 $36.04 $74,964 Bachelor's degree
Public Safety Telecommunicators 43-5031 638 677 39 6.1 % 8 67 75 $31.09 $64,659 High school diploma or equivalent
Pump Operators, Except Wellhead Pumpers 53-7072 34 35 1 4.1 % 0 4 5 $22.39 $46,566 High school diploma or equivalent
Purchasing Managers 11-3061 350 374 24 6.9 % 5 30 35 $55.46 $115,364 Bachelor's degree
Radiation Therapists 29-1124 97 107 10 10.2 % 2 6 8 $55.82 $116,114 Associate's degree
Radio, Cellular, and Tower Equipment Installers and Repairers 49-2021 97 106 8 8.5 % 2 12 14 $29.27 $60,886 Associate's degree
Radiologic Technologists and Technicians 29-2034 1,218 1,335 117 9.6 % 23 74 97 $47.04 $97,853 Associate's degree
Rail Car Repairers 49-3043 160 172 11 7.0 % 2 18 20 $21.40 $44,512 High school diploma or equivalent
Rail Transportation Workers, All Other 53-4099 14 14 0 -1.0 % 0 2 2 $24.88 $51,752 High school diploma or equivalent
Rail Yard Engineers, Dinkey Operators, and Hostlers 53-4013 21 20 -1 -3.1 % 0 2 2 $20.10 $41,815 High school diploma or equivalent
Rail-Track Laying and Maintenance Equipment Operators 47-4061 78 80 2 2.1 % 0 9 9 $30.83 $64,129 High school diploma or equivalent
Railroad Brake, Signal, and Switch Operators and Locomotive Firers 53-4022 62 60 -2 -2.8 % 0 6 6 $37.87 $78,765 High school diploma or equivalent
Railroad Conductors and Yardmasters 53-4031 238 233 -5 -2.1 % -1 24 23 $18.39 $38,249 High school diploma or equivalent
Real Estate Brokers 41-9021 8,513 9,096 582 6.8 % 116 881 997 $34.52 $71,799 High school diploma or equivalent
Real Estate Sales Agents 41-9022 28,693 31,033 2,340 8.2 % 468 2,987 3,456 $25.67 $53,399 High school diploma or equivalent
Receptionists and Information Clerks 43-4171 6,347 6,793 446 7.0 % 89 950 1,039 $14.97 $31,137 High school diploma or equivalent
Recreation Workers 39-9032 3,500 3,729 229 6.5 % 46 657 703 $13.95 $29,024 High school diploma or equivalent
Recreational Therapists 29-1125 91 103 12 13.6 % 2 6 8 $38.41 $79,887 Bachelor's degree
Recreational Vehicle Service Technicians 49-3092 236 244 8 3.4 % 2 29 31 $18.73 $38,961 High school diploma or equivalent
Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors 53-7081 1,018 1,047 29 2.9 % 6 152 157 $20.79 $43,237 No formal educational credential
Registered Nurses 29-1141 22,160 24,065 1,905 8.6 % 381 1,339 1,720 $62.00 $128,970 Bachelor's degree
Rehabilitation Counselors 21-1015 818 916 98 12.0 % 20 92 112 $16.39 $34,095 Master's degree
Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Workers 47-2171 393 442 50 12.7 % 10 64 74 $21.58 $44,878 High school diploma or equivalent
Religious Workers, All Other 21-2099 310 297 -12 -4.0 % -2 45 42 $15.75 $32,763 Bachelor's degree
Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks 43-4181 504 535 31 6.2 % 6 65 71 $18.71 $38,911 High school diploma or equivalent
Residential Advisors 39-9041 443 511 68 15.4 % 14 81 94 $13.55 $28,181 High school diploma or equivalent
Respiratory Therapists 29-1126 1,068 1,171 104 9.7 % 21 59 80 $48.26 $100,390 Associate's degree
Retail Salespersons 41-2031 29,433 29,742 309 1.0 % 62 4,644 4,706 $13.82 $28,741 No formal educational credential
Riggers 49-9096 56 62 6 11.1 % 1 6 7 $37.82 $78,656 High school diploma or equivalent
Rock Splitters, Quarry 47-5051 23 20 -3 -12.3 % -1 3 2 $15.24 $31,690 No formal educational credential
Rolling Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4023 34 35 1 1.7 % 0 4 4 $16.81 $34,962 High school diploma or equivalent
Roofers 47-2181 2,185 2,419 233 10.7 % 47 245 292 $23.11 $48,074 No formal educational credential
Rotary Drill Operators, Oil and Gas 47-5012 34 38 4 10.9 % 1 5 6 $46.13 $95,952 No formal educational credential
Roustabouts, Oil and Gas 47-5071 78 85 7 9.3 % 1 11 12 $19.43 $40,414 No formal educational credential
Sailors and Marine Oilers 53-5011 207 209 2 1.0 % 0 28 29 $27.69 $57,596 No formal educational credential
Sales and Related Workers, All Other 41-9099 2,212 2,253 41 1.9 % 8 308 317 $19.39 $40,329 High school diploma or equivalent
Sales Engineers 41-9031 364 382 19 5.1 % 4 43 46 $42.08 $87,530 Bachelor's degree
Sales Managers 11-2022 4,270 4,496 226 5.3 % 45 406 452 $51.57 $107,272 Bachelor's degree
Sales Representatives of Services, Except Advertising, Insurance, Financial Services, and Travel 41-3091 7,555 7,988 433 5.7 % 87 992 1,079 $26.93 $56,004 High school diploma or equivalent
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Products 41-4012 8,466 8,656 190 2.2 % 38 927 965 $27.58 $57,363 High school diploma or equivalent
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products 41-4011 1,529 1,589 59 3.9 % 12 169 181 $38.90 $80,916 Bachelor's degree
Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Wood 51-7041 268 270 2 0.7 % 0 33 34 $16.08 $33,450 High school diploma or equivalent
School Bus Monitors and Protective Service Workers, All Other 33-9098 1,380 1,442 62 4.5 % 12 412 425 $15.57 $32,393 High school diploma or equivalent
Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education 25-2031 8,078 8,392 314 3.9 % 63 623 686 $40.52 $84,282 Bachelor's degree
Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive 43-6014 16,173 16,164 -9 -0.1 % -2 1,986 1,984 $19.34 $40,226 High school diploma or equivalent
Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents 41-3031 7,486 8,009 524 7.0 % 105 767 872 $25.29 $52,604 Bachelor's degree
Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers 49-2098 913 1,004 91 10.0 % 18 116 134 $24.05 $50,022 High school diploma or equivalent
Security Guards 33-9032 9,951 10,465 513 5.2 % 103 1,463 1,566 $14.52 $30,205 High school diploma or equivalent
Self-Enrichment Teachers 25-3021 4,563 4,951 388 8.5 % 78 601 679 $24.88 $51,756 High school diploma or equivalent
Semiconductor Processing Technicians 51-9141 93 77 -17 -17.7 % -3 10 7 $16.37 $34,046 High school diploma or equivalent
Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, and Still Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-9012 288 311 23 7.9 % 5 35 39 $22.78 $47,373 High school diploma or equivalent
Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleaners 47-4071 201 231 31 15.3 % 6 26 32 $24.63 $51,237 High school diploma or equivalent
Service Unit Operators, Oil and Gas 47-5013 79 86 7 9.5 % 1 12 14 $27.89 $58,001 No formal educational credential
Set and Exhibit Designers 27-1027 537 579 42 7.8 % 8 58 66 $19.01 $39,537 Bachelor's degree
Sewers, Hand 51-6051 80 65 -15 -18.5 % -3 10 8 $9.90 $20,583 No formal educational credential
Sewing Machine Operators 51-6031 447 433 -15 -3.3 % -3 53 50 $12.44 $25,876 No formal educational credential
Shampooers 39-5093 264 306 42 15.9 % 8 35 43 $9.56 $19,878 No formal educational credential
Sheet Metal Workers 47-2211 1,034 1,157 123 11.9 % 25 119 144 $26.63 $55,394 High school diploma or equivalent
Ship Engineers 53-5031 54 55 1 1.4 % 0 7 8 $41.04 $85,364 Postsecondary nondegree award
Shipping, Receiving, and Inventory Clerks 43-5071 4,311 4,299 -12 -0.3 % -2 462 459 $16.44 $34,198 High school diploma or equivalent
Shoe and Leather Workers and Repairers 51-6041 181 173 -8 -4.2 % -2 22 21 $13.50 $28,088 High school diploma or equivalent
Shoe Machine Operators and Tenders 51-6042 3 4 0 13.6 % 0 1 1 $12.89 $26,818 High school diploma or equivalent
Signal and Track Switch Repairers 49-9097 46 45 0 -0.8 % 0 5 5 $39.23 $81,602 High school diploma or equivalent
Skincare Specialists 39-5094 1,089 1,328 239 21.9 % 48 149 197 $15.21 $31,631 Postsecondary nondegree award
Slaughterers and Meat Packers 51-3023 40 42 2 5.3 % 0 5 6 $12.28 $25,548 No formal educational credential
Social and Community Service Managers 11-9151 2,763 3,067 304 11.0 % 61 260 321 $28.23 $58,712 Bachelor's degree
Social and Human Service Assistants 21-1093 4,816 5,455 639 13.3 % 128 664 792 $22.00 $45,768 High school diploma or equivalent
Social Science Research Assistants 19-4061 249 276 26 10.6 % 5 35 40 $23.35 $48,558 Bachelor's degree
Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other 19-3099 603 624 20 3.4 % 4 69 73 $34.70 $72,169 Bachelor's degree
Social Workers, All Other 21-1029 1,708 1,773 65 3.8 % 13 178 191 $35.73 $74,308 Bachelor's degree
Sociologists 19-3041 123 126 4 3.0 % 1 14 15 $44.76 $93,109 Master's degree
Software Developers and Software Quality Assurance Analysts and Testers 15-1256 8,638 9,479 841 9.7 % 168 666 834 $52.76 $109,746 Bachelor's degree
Soil and Plant Scientists 19-1013 420 430 10 2.3 % 2 48 50 $35.13 $73,068 Bachelor's degree
Solar Photovoltaic Installers 47-2231 403 522 119 29.6 % 24 62 86 $22.19 $46,156 High school diploma or equivalent
Sound Engineering Technicians 27-4014 106 119 13 12.3 % 3 13 16 $27.69 $57,593 Postsecondary nondegree award
Special Education Teachers, All Other 25-2059 173 191 18 10.5 % 4 15 19 $33.24 $69,141 Bachelor's degree
Special Education Teachers, Kindergarten and Elementary School 25-2052 830 855 25 3.1 % 5 69 74 $34.20 $71,142 Bachelor's degree
Special Education Teachers, Middle School 25-2057 249 253 4 1.7 % 1 21 21 $36.43 $75,777 Bachelor's degree
Special Education Teachers, Preschool 25-2051 172 193 21 12.1 % 4 15 19 $21.55 $44,821 Bachelor's degree
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School 25-2058 676 699 23 3.4 % 5 56 61 $41.68 $86,696 Bachelor's degree
Special Effects Artists and Animators 27-1014 868 975 107 12.3 % 21 106 127 $14.78 $30,734 Bachelor's degree
Speech-Language Pathologists 29-1127 1,015 1,160 144 14.2 % 29 70 98 $43.24 $89,940 Master's degree
Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators 51-8021 339 347 9 2.5 % 2 41 43 $33.71 $70,115 High school diploma or equivalent
Statistical Assistants 43-9111 143 148 5 3.5 % 1 20 21 $22.20 $46,168 Bachelor's degree
Statisticians 15-2041 241 284 43 18.0 % 9 21 30 $37.23 $77,434 Master's degree
Stockers and Order Fillers 53-7065 16,453 16,790 337 2.0 % 67 2,358 2,425 $14.29 $29,718 High school diploma or equivalent
Stonemasons 47-2022 136 155 19 13.6 % 4 15 19 $18.26 $37,982 High school diploma or equivalent
Structural Iron and Steel Workers 47-2221 879 1,023 144 16.4 % 29 113 142 $26.77 $55,678 High school diploma or equivalent
Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters 51-2041 219 230 12 5.5 % 2 26 28 $19.64 $40,856 High school diploma or equivalent
Substance Abuse, Behavioral Disorder, and Mental Health Counselors 21-1018 2,397 2,878 481 20.1 % 96 281 377 $23.28 $48,416 Bachelor's degree
Substitute Teachers, Short-Term 25-3031 5,601 5,718 117 2.1 % 23 713 737 $18.35 $38,176 Bachelor's degree
Subway and Streetcar Operators 53-4041 92 95 3 3.2 % 1 10 11 $17.02 $35,402 High school diploma or equivalent
Surgeons, Except Ophthalmologists 29-1248 241 245 4 1.5 % 1 8 9 $135.87 $282,614 Doctoral or professional degree
Surgical Technologists 29-2055 705 785 80 11.3 % 16 67 83 $33.31 $69,291 Postsecondary nondegree award
Survey Researchers 19-3022 116 126 10 8.3 % 2 14 16 $20.60 $42,838 Master's degree
Surveying and Mapping Technicians 17-3031 540 572 33 6.1 % 7 73 80 $33.63 $69,951 High school diploma or equivalent
Surveyors 17-1022 520 547 26 5.1 % 5 47 52 $41.96 $87,268 Bachelor's degree
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service 43-2011 719 669 -50 -6.9 % -10 84 74 $18.78 $39,062 High school diploma or equivalent
Tailors, Dressmakers, and Custom Sewers 51-6052 759 626 -133 -17.5 % -27 100 74 $12.90 $26,842 No formal educational credential
Tank Car, Truck, and Ship Loaders 53-7121 27 29 3 9.3 % 1 4 4 $18.29 $38,037 No formal educational credential
Tapers 47-2082 868 894 26 3.0 % 5 85 90 $32.12 $66,816 No formal educational credential
Tax Examiners and Collectors, and Revenue Agents 13-2081 3,732 3,749 17 0.5 % 3 355 358 $28.11 $58,479 Bachelor's degree
Tax Preparers 13-2082 1,090 1,159 68 6.3 % 14 141 154 $20.73 $43,123 High school diploma or equivalent
Teaching Assistants, Except Postsecondary 25-9045 11,029 11,435 406 3.7 % 81 1,282 1,363 $16.40 $34,120 Some college
Teaching Assistants, Postsecondary 25-9044 2,664 2,701 37 1.4 % 7 238 246 $23.05 $47,952 Bachelor's degree
Technical Writers 27-3042 296 323 26 8.9 % 5 32 37 $34.70 $72,176 Bachelor's degree
Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Except Line Installers 49-2022 2,305 2,239 -66 -2.9 % -13 275 262 $32.17 $66,905 Postsecondary nondegree award
Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers 49-9052 1,066 1,111 44 4.2 % 9 129 137 $24.48 $50,927 High school diploma or equivalent
Telemarketers 41-9041 538 528 -10 -1.9 % -2 88 86 $14.72 $30,625 No formal educational credential
Telephone Operators 43-2021 21 19 -3 -12.0 % -1 3 2 $21.68 $45,098 High school diploma or equivalent
Tellers 43-3071 2,029 1,768 -262 -12.9 % -52 238 186 $17.00 $35,370 High school diploma or equivalent
Terrazzo Workers and Finishers 47-2053 41 41 1 1.5 % 0 4 4 $20.50 $42,646 High school diploma or equivalent
Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-6062 22 21 -1 -5.9 % 0 2 2 $19.76 $41,110 High school diploma or equivalent
Textile Knitting and Weaving Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-6063 3 3 0 -11.5 % 0 0 0 $13.25 $27,559 High school diploma or equivalent
Textile Winding, Twisting, and Drawing Out Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-6064 13 12 0 -1.7 % 0 1 1 $14.19 $29,511 High school diploma or equivalent
Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers, All Other 51-6099 73 80 8 10.5 % 2 11 12 $19.38 $40,309 High school diploma or equivalent
Therapists, All Other 29-1129 583 633 50 8.6 % 10 40 50 $30.78 $64,012 Bachelor's degree
Tile and Stone Setters 47-2044 973 1,054 81 8.3 % 16 100 117 $23.10 $48,046 No formal educational credential
Tire Builders 51-9197 6 6 0 -6.1 % 0 1 1 $15.55 $32,342 High school diploma or equivalent
Tire Repairers and Changers 49-3093 806 836 31 3.8 % 6 101 107 $15.03 $31,262 High school diploma or equivalent
Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers 23-2093 585 574 -11 -1.9 % -2 55 53 $27.85 $57,921 High school diploma or equivalent
Tool and Die Makers 51-4111 70 73 3 4.5 % 1 8 8 $28.51 $59,295 Postsecondary nondegree award
Tool Grinders, Filers, and Sharpeners 51-4194 37 32 -5 -13.1 % -1 5 4 $22.78 $47,384 High school diploma or equivalent
Tour and Travel Guides 39-7018 473 474 1 0.1 % 0 92 92 $21.37 $44,451 High school diploma or equivalent
Traffic Technicians 53-6041 93 96 3 3.1 % 1 10 11 $31.11 $64,716 High school diploma or equivalent
Training and Development Managers 11-3131 257 273 16 6.3 % 3 25 28 $57.08 $118,730 Bachelor's degree
Training and Development Specialists 13-1151 2,129 2,294 165 7.8 % 33 240 273 $33.06 $68,759 Bachelor's degree
Transit and Railroad Police 33-3052 59 64 5 8.7 % 1 5 6 $32.50 $67,593 High school diploma or equivalent
Transportation Inspectors 53-6051 236 245 9 3.8 % 2 27 29 $40.61 $84,471 High school diploma or equivalent
Transportation Security Screeners 33-9093 370 375 5 1.4 % 1 39 40 $20.01 $41,619 High school diploma or equivalent
Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers 11-3071 1,226 1,319 93 7.6 % 19 103 122 $40.19 $83,586 High school diploma or equivalent
Travel Agents 41-3041 555 559 4 0.8 % 1 73 74 $17.05 $35,459 High school diploma or equivalent
Tree Trimmers and Pruners 37-3013 575 622 47 8.2 % 9 85 95 $18.43 $38,328 High school diploma or equivalent
Tutors and Teachers and Instructors, All Other 25-3097 4,970 5,297 327 6.6 % 65 649 715 $20.69 $43,043 Bachelor's degree
Umpires, Referees, and Other Sports Officials 27-2023 332 374 42 12.7 % 8 57 66 $18.50 $38,480 High school diploma or equivalent
Unclassified Occupation 99-9999 2,293 2,857 565 24.6 % 113 319 432 $14.82 $30,816 N/A
Underground Mining Machine Operators and Extraction Workers, All Other 47-5098 66 75 9 14.3 % 2 10 12 $30.99 $64,458 High school diploma or equivalent
Upholsterers 51-6093 369 330 -39 -10.6 % -8 33 25 $15.12 $31,458 High school diploma or equivalent
Urban and Regional Planners 19-3051 884 944 60 6.8 % 12 86 98 $40.04 $83,280 Master's degree
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers 39-3031 624 629 6 0.9 % 1 166 168 $13.30 $27,654 No formal educational credential
Veterinarians 29-1131 820 900 80 9.8 % 16 33 49 $45.48 $94,593 Doctoral or professional degree
Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers 31-9096 1,329 1,455 127 9.5 % 25 240 266 $15.63 $32,508 High school diploma or equivalent
Veterinary Technologists and Technicians 29-2056 919 1,034 115 12.5 % 23 87 110 $16.19 $33,675 Associate's degree
Waiters and Waitresses 35-3031 14,836 15,435 599 4.0 % 120 3,175 3,294 $13.14 $27,325 No formal educational credential
Watch and Clock Repairers 49-9064 123 98 -25 -20.0 % -5 12 7 $19.78 $41,147 High school diploma or equivalent
Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Operators 51-8031 898 909 10 1.1 % 2 86 88 $34.41 $71,574 High school diploma or equivalent
Web Developers and Digital Interface Designers 15-1257 1,514 1,598 85 5.6 % 17 124 140 $25.87 $53,806 Associate's degree
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping 43-5111 550 590 40 7.2 % 8 66 74 $16.50 $34,328 High school diploma or equivalent
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers 51-4121 1,475 1,673 198 13.4 % 40 179 219 $20.76 $43,190 High school diploma or equivalent
Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-4122 781 793 13 1.6 % 3 89 92 $18.03 $37,510 High school diploma or equivalent
Wellhead Pumpers 53-7073 82 54 -28 -33.7 % -6 8 3 $18.77 $39,050 High school diploma or equivalent
Wind Turbine Service Technicians 49-9081 24 31 7 26.8 % 1 3 4 $25.06 $52,129 Postsecondary nondegree award
Woodworkers, All Other 51-7099 115 112 -3 -2.6 % -1 14 14 $13.73 $28,561 High school diploma or equivalent
Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Except Sawing 51-7042 212 226 15 6.8 % 3 32 35 $15.27 $31,760 High school diploma or equivalent
Word Processors and Typists 43-9022 230 164 -67 -28.9 % -13 26 12 $19.49 $40,538 High school diploma or equivalent
Writers and Authors 27-3043 3,486 3,808 322 9.2 % 64 405 469 $17.08 $35,530 Bachelor's degree
Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists 19-1023 367 371 4 1.1 % 1 35 35 $31.54 $65,608 Bachelor's degree