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Montgomery Employment

Employment and Industries in the Montgomery, Alabama Area

Montgomery's economy benefits from the numerous state and regional government agencies located in the city. The economy is also bolstered by the Maxwell Air Force Base, high-tech manufacturing, the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing plant and the public universities; Alabama State University and Auburn University-Montgomery. The city is also a prominent regional wholesale and distribution center for a wide variety of industries. In addition, Montgomery is a major processing center for crops including soybeans, cotton and peanuts.

The primary sectors for employment are the government, military, wholesale and retail trade, healthcare, agriculture, construction, finance and insurance, transportation, utilities, professional and business services, manufacturing, education and leisure and hospitality. Metal fabrication and lumber production also provide numerous jobs. Government agencies provide about 25% of the jobs in Montgomery and manufacturing provides about 8% of the positions. In addition, about 37% of the workforce is employed in management and professional positions.

Additional information of interest about Montgomery: During the daytime the population increases by about 17% due to workers commuting to Montgomery from the surrounding area. In 2008 the cost of living index for Montgomery was 83.5. The nation's average is 100. For residents over the age of 25 about 32% have a bachelor's or a higher degree. The average earnings in 2009 was $33,000. The city has an exceptionally low rate of worker and company unionization. Alabama passed the Right-to-Work act which means that employees cannot be forced to join a union.

The Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce provides a variety of assistance to companies operating in and moving to the city. The chamber of commerce helps industries with expansion plans by offering a conduit to statutory incentives, utilities, employee selection and training and also site location infrastructure.

Shown below are the cities largest employers:

  • Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base
  • The state of Alabama
  • Montgomery Public Schools
  • Baptist Health - Hospitals/clinics
  • Hyundai Motor Manufacturing - Automobile manufacturing
  • Alfa Insurance
  • The City of Montgomery
  • 754th Electronics Systems Group - Information technology firms
  • Jackson Hospital & Clinic
  • Rheem Water Heaters - Water heater manufacturing
  • Regions Bank
  • Koch Foods - Poultry processing
  • U.S. Postal Service
  • MOBIS Alabama, LLC - Cockpit & chassis modules, bumper assembly & service parts
  • Colonial BancGroup
  • Alabama State University
  • Montgomery County
  • Neptune Technology Group - Water meters and electronic reading systems manufacturing
  • GKN Aerospace - Aircraft parts manufacturing
  • Montgomery County Commission
  • Alabama Power Company
  • Webster Industries - Plastic freezer and garbage bags manufacturing
  • US Foodservice
  • Central Alabama Veterans' Health Care Sys., West Campus
  • Auburn University Montgomery

Some of the primary business organizations associated with Mobile:

The Central Alabama Business Journal keeps up-to-date with the business activities in Montgomery.

Most Popular Jobs in Montgomery, Alabama Metro Area (2008 data)

Where the Majority of Workers Have College Degrees

Rank Title Local Jobs Local Mean Salary Typical Local Salary National Growth % 2006-2016 National % With College Degree
1 Registered nurses 3,010 $58,960 $42,760 - 79,150 24% 56%
2 Accountants and auditors 2,030 $55,800 $33,980 - 82,240 18% 79%
3 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,770 $43,240 $34,640 - 53,100 14% 95%
4 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,350 $52,540 $26,750 - 86,560 8% 51%
5 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,180 $44,450 $34,580 - 53,940 6% 96%
6 Computer systems analysts 910 $65,430 $44,050 - 89,500 29% 68%
7 Lawyers 900 $107,220 $45,270 - 11% 99%
8 Computer specialists, all other 580 $73,470 $49,110 - 97,740 15% 68%
9 Financial managers 550 $91,920 $51,990 - 143,530 13% 60%
10 Civil engineers 550 $64,530 $36,640 - 96,510 18% 87%
11 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 530 $43,360 $33,750 - 53,510 11% 95%
12 Child, family, and school social workers 500 $46,050 $27,970 - 65,410 19% 77%
13 Public relations specialists 480 $40,320 $17,510 - 67,000 18% 81%
14 Teachers and instructors, all other 460 $38,930 $18,220 - 77,630 9% 54%
15 Management analysts 420 $58,200 $37,740 - 87,380 22% 78%
16 Network systems and data communications analysts 380 $64,660 $38,800 - 96,210 53% 57%
17 Pharmacists 370 $107,710 $81,880 - 133,700 22% 97%
18 Social and human service assistants 350 $24,920 $14,820 - 33,910 34% 58%
19 Computer programmers 340 $62,870 $38,660 - 88,390 -4% 73%
20 Network and computer systems administrators 340 $61,630 $38,540 - 94,770 27% 50%
21 Managers, all other 310 $86,330 $42,500 - 134,220 7% 55%
22 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 310 $48,520 $33,880 - 64,760 13% 73%
23 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 300 $50,780 $32,800 - 73,940 17% 56%
24 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 290 $50,900 $35,030 - 73,800 25% 93%
25 Chief executives 280 $162,090 $65,720 - 2% 65%
26 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 260 $68,550 $54,760 - 83,270 8% 78%
27 Instructional coordinators 260 $67,410 $41,130 - 82,430 23% 79%
28 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 260 $52,680 $33,970 - 75,260 5% 58%
29 Computer and information systems managers 250 $105,150 $73,170 - 134,200 16% 73%
30 Advertising sales agents 240 $56,510 $21,320 - 93,680 20% 56%
31 Librarians 230 $50,430 $31,510 - 70,370 4% 85%
32 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 230 $43,380 $33,800 - 53,580 20% 87%
33 Detectives and criminal investigators 220 $53,730 $32,820 - 85,400 17% 54%
34 Medical and public health social workers 220 $43,650 $28,480 - 63,410 24% 77%
35 Graphic designers 220 $43,500 $27,870 - 71,820 10% 55%
36 Education administrators, all other 210 $93,290 $67,750 - 126,610 13% 78%
37 Computer software engineers, applications 200 $80,430 $46,860 - 110,500 45% 85%
38 Insurance underwriters 190 $56,490 $35,440 - 95,930 6% 53%
39 Training and development specialists 190 $44,640 $23,510 - 67,690 18% 56%
40 Mechanical engineers 180 $69,710 $46,490 - 94,430 4% 78%
41 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 180 $66,380 $33,280 - 129,730 12% 51%
42 Sales managers 170 $100,500 $43,200 - 10% 69%
43 Medical and health services managers 170 $83,370 $43,800 - 121,310 16% 57%
44 Education administrators, postsecondary 170 $71,890 $43,590 - 109,370 14% 78%
45 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 170 $46,280 $33,010 - 61,040 12% 51%
46 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 170 $39,680 $26,240 - 58,800 18% 56%
47 Editors 160 $41,570 $20,430 - 64,840 2% 81%
48 Coaches and scouts 160 $34,550 $14,150 - 58,150 15% 60%
49 Personal financial advisors 150 $122,540 $36,990 - 41% 81%
50 Architects, except landscape and naval 150 $77,680 $44,210 - 121,900 18% 88%
51 Environmental engineers 150 $69,000 $44,970 - 104,580 25% 86%
52 Special education teachers, secondary school 150 $40,230 $18,880 - 52,520 9% 87%
53 Rehabilitation counselors 150 $38,590 $20,990 - 64,830 23% 73%
54 Physical therapists 140 $81,940 $53,520 - 117,460 27% 89%
55 Industrial engineers 140 $68,290 $49,850 - 87,390 20% 74%
56 Computer software engineers, systems software 140 $68,120 $44,390 - 98,410 28% 85%
57 Surveyors 140 $39,010 $26,610 - 58,540 24% 82%
58 Social and community service managers 130 $51,790 $25,930 - 86,470 25% 72%
59 Financial examiners 130 $51,350 $28,630 - 96,950 11% 76%
60 Producers and directors 130 $50,710 $26,580 - 73,530 11% 75%
61 Mental health counselors 130 $48,780 $27,950 - 80,080 30% 73%
62 Electrical engineers 130 $0 $ - 6% 81%
63 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 120 $104,360 $33,050 - 25% 67%
64 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 120 $27,330 $18,240 - 36,250 15% 51%
65 Engineering managers 110 $91,740 $68,940 - 127,280 7% 84%
66 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 110 $40,430 $28,010 - 57,510 30% 77%
67 Financial specialists, all other 100 $64,390 $29,340 - 94,500 12% 50%
68 Database administrators 100 $64,060 $41,570 - 90,580 29% 72%
69 Budget analysts 100 $63,830 $43,820 - 89,320 7% 78%
70 Financial analysts 100 $59,870 $34,940 - 109,980 34% 87%
71 Credit analysts 100 $42,670 $28,500 - 61,400 2% 60%
72 Self-enrichment education teachers 100 $35,950 $23,180 - 54,030 23% 54%
73 Dentists, general 90 $169,980 $40,570 - 9% 100%
74 Operations research analysts 90 $51,340 $36,530 - 65,510 11% 71%
75 Education, training, and library workers, all other 90 $39,570 $27,980 - 50,420 11% 79%
76 Floral designers 90 $22,380 $17,430 - 30,550 -9% 55%
77 Public relations managers 80 $69,050 $43,780 - 107,270 17% 75%
78 Technical writers 80 $48,300 $27,300 - 68,020 20% 74%
79 Special education teachers, middle school 80 $46,100 $36,450 - 58,220 16% 87%
80 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 80 $35,820 $20,730 - 54,180 14% 54%
81 Health educators 80 $34,730 $16,970 - 53,890 26% 58%
82 Reporters and correspondents 80 $34,700 $18,460 - 64,890 1% 85%
83 Survey researchers 80 $26,570 $16,570 - 69,170 16% 82%
84 Human resources managers, all other 70 $91,860 $55,130 - 133,220 11% 58%
85 Purchasing managers 70 $83,450 $57,270 - 113,200 3% 57%
86 Veterinarians 70 $82,550 $63,370 - 101,460 35% 100%
87 Chemists 70 $62,960 $37,580 - 97,190 9% 93%
88 Writers and authors 70 $61,270 $28,800 - 98,400 13% 84%
89 Statisticians 70 $54,310 $37,070 - 77,950 9% 93%
90 Computer hardware engineers 60 $81,980 $56,110 - 109,630 5% 70%
91 Occupational therapists 60 $77,050 $55,280 - 122,110 23% 90%
92 Speech-language pathologists 60 $64,540 $35,190 - 99,930 11% 98%
93 Dietitians and nutritionists 60 $49,320 $33,280 - 73,860 9% 72%
94 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 60 $45,180 $33,600 - 62,510 18% 56%
95 Interior designers 60 $44,670 $31,870 - 65,470 20% 55%
96 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 60 $42,980 $28,420 - 64,110 24% 78%
97 Occupational health and safety specialists 50 $64,560 $44,600 - 84,290 8% 72%
98 Market research analysts 50 $59,480 $35,820 - 93,130 20% 82%
99 Community and social service specialists, all other 50 $44,570 $19,330 - 65,590 25% 58%
100 Social workers, all other 50 $44,530 $21,130 - 73,080 18% 77%

Where the Majority of Workers Do Not Have College Degrees

Rank Title Local Jobs Local Mean Salary Typical Local Salary National Growth % 2006-2016 National % With College Degree
1 Cashiers 5,710 $15,950 $12,850 - 20,200 -3% 10%
2 Retail salespersons 5,090 $25,730 $13,470 - 46,230 12% 25%
3 Team assemblers 4,830 $36,550 $18,830 - 50,950 0% 5%
4 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 4,390 $28,560 $20,080 - 39,330 1% 18%
5 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 3,760 $22,020 $15,520 - 30,920 2% 5%
6 Office clerks, general 3,670 $21,180 $14,110 - 30,020 13% 19%
7 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,190 $14,700 $12,750 - 17,040 18% 5%
8 General and operations managers 3,000 $91,450 $43,880 - 165,330 2% 48%
9 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,770 $21,570 $13,840 - 32,590 -8% 8%
10 Waiters and waitresses 2,630 $17,200 $12,960 - 25,010 11% 14%
11 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,540 $18,510 $13,250 - 25,310 15% 4%
12 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 2,510 $29,600 $19,530 - 40,880 13% 16%
13 Customer service representatives 2,400 $26,990 $15,650 - 39,680 25% 22%
14 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 2,200 $43,620 $25,430 - 67,960 6% 29%
15 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 2,040 $40,740 $24,140 - 62,050 10% 4%
16 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,920 $34,300 $21,170 - 48,680 4% 25%
17 Security guards 1,830 $18,090 $12,970 - 27,660 17% 13%
18 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,740 $35,630 $18,800 - 60,210 10% 6%
19 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,580 $20,140 $16,560 - 25,210 18% 7%
20 Teacher assistants 1,440 $16,280 $13,080 - 19,950 10% 18%
21 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,430 $15,880 $12,920 - 20,050 13% 5%
22 Cooks, restaurant 1,400 $19,750 $13,410 - 29,110 12% 5%
23 Food preparation workers 1,400 $16,600 $13,030 - 20,380 15% 7%
24 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,240 $26,940 $16,560 - 46,100 8% 4%
25 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,230 $26,500 $17,480 - 37,820 11% 14%
26 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,230 $20,460 $13,660 - 30,170 18% 6%
27 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,110 $42,660 $29,690 - 59,780 15% 18%
28 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,110 $34,210 $27,090 - 42,710 14% 7%
29 Correctional officers and jailers 1,100 $35,340 $23,840 - 49,180 17% 11%
30 Tellers 1,100 $21,410 $16,990 - 27,460 14% 16%
31 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,020 $48,000 $25,640 - 78,880 -5% 15%
32 Receptionists and information clerks 1,020 $21,770 $15,280 - 29,840 17% 13%
33 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 1,000 $38,270 $25,720 - 55,360 11% 33%
34 Industrial truck and tractor operators 990 $29,230 $20,130 - 39,350 -2% 2%
35 Packers and packagers, hand 980 $21,930 $15,370 - 32,550 -12% 3%
36 Construction laborers 970 $23,790 $16,950 - 32,290 11% 5%
37 Home health aides 920 $16,760 $13,090 - 21,180 49% 7%
38 Cooks, fast food 900 $14,650 $12,730 - 16,680 8% 5%
39 Helpers--production workers 880 $21,770 $16,160 - 29,670 -1% 4%
40 Child care workers 880 $16,180 $12,960 - 21,380 18% 15%
41 Bill and account collectors 830 $22,970 $17,580 - 31,590 23% 13%
42 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 790 $48,190 $32,300 - 70,460 9% 10%
43 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 790 $34,860 $21,440 - 51,540 14% 4%
44 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 780 $52,440 $33,600 - 77,960 7% 13%
45 Counter and rental clerks 770 $20,910 $13,310 - 31,370 23% 16%
46 Business operations specialists, all other 750 $61,790 $37,060 - 92,480 21% 49%
47 Bus drivers, school 710 $15,390 $12,860 - 19,290 9% 4%
48 Carpenters 690 $29,760 $18,920 - 40,370 10% 6%
49 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 670 $31,460 $22,640 - 40,230 5% 2%
50 Loan interviewers and clerks 670 $28,520 $20,640 - 38,990 -1% 24%
51 Medical assistants 670 $24,750 $17,090 - 33,470 35% 10%
52 Electricians 660 $36,450 $26,990 - 50,790 7% 7%
53 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 650 $26,770 $16,540 - 39,610 4% 6%
54 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 610 $17,090 $13,010 - 22,460 14% 3%
55 Dishwashers 600 $16,690 $13,090 - 21,390 10% 3%
56 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 590 $26,820 $18,830 - 37,540 4% 15%
57 Computer support specialists 580 $38,420 $23,010 - 59,450 13% 43%
58 Machinists 580 $32,240 $19,090 - 46,840 -3% 3%
59 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 570 $28,270 $21,370 - 37,920 8% 3%
60 Pharmacy technicians 570 $25,690 $17,310 - 35,480 32% 16%
61 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 570 $17,530 $13,470 - 21,180 11% 5%
62 Assemblers and fabricators, all other 540 $18,700 $13,410 - 24,560 -9% 5%
63 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 510 $30,710 $16,050 - 40,520 12% 6%
64 Loan officers 460 $56,890 $33,150 - 96,870 12% 49%
65 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 460 $28,670 $19,410 - 39,970 -7% 14%
66 Driver/sales workers 460 $26,360 $13,640 - 44,860 -5% 4%
67 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 430 $52,340 $27,210 - 77,320 9% 47%
68 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 420 $34,240 $17,990 - 60,100 10% 24%
69 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 420 $15,440 $12,870 - 19,360 10% 17%
70 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 410 $39,140 $21,980 - 83,180 11% 4%
71 Legal secretaries 410 $31,270 $20,660 - 42,260 12% 18%
72 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 410 $16,610 $13,230 - 20,040 17% 14%
73 Postal service mail carriers 410 $0 $ - 1% 11%
74 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 400 $51,210 $30,770 - 78,400 0% 42%
75 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 400 $31,740 $20,720 - 48,120 9% 3%
76 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 400 $15,880 $12,910 - 20,550 10% 8%
77 Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 390 $30,640 $22,080 - 39,970 -15% 0%
78 Cement masons and concrete finishers 390 $27,710 $17,110 - 38,410 11% 2%
79 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 380 $35,710 $25,760 - 47,320 12% 3%
80 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 380 $27,500 $13,700 - 48,530 27% 47%
81 Helpers--electricians 370 $23,340 $17,460 - 30,570 7% 3%
82 Eligibility interviewers, government programs 350 $37,770 $25,790 - 55,190 3% 38%
83 Industrial machinery mechanics 340 $37,290 $27,610 - 48,940 9% 5%
84 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 340 $14,790 $12,760 - 17,630 12% 6%
85 Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 330 $44,270 $24,360 - 63,550 3% 13%
86 Bartenders 330 $16,330 $12,950 - 20,250 11% 17%
87 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 330 $0 $ - -8% 12%
88 Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials 320 $15,360 $12,840 - 19,500 -4% 3%
89 Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 310 $35,140 $23,190 - 48,260 11% 29%
90 Civil engineering technicians 300 $33,480 $21,350 - 49,730 10% 18%
91 Radiologic technologists and technicians 290 $42,530 $28,780 - 60,330 15% 25%
92 Highway maintenance workers 290 $24,730 $17,730 - 34,810 9% 5%
93 Amusement and recreation attendants 290 $16,700 $12,850 - 24,570 24% 22%
94 Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 280 $53,190 $34,790 - 78,560 2% 43%
95 Paralegals and legal assistants 280 $39,450 $23,760 - 54,030 22% 45%
96 Parts salespersons 280 $36,000 $20,180 - 56,840 -2% 6%
97 Office and administrative support workers, all other 280 $30,570 $14,560 - 49,760 -9% 32%
98 Medical records and health information technicians 280 $25,760 $16,290 - 40,180 18% 12%
99 Healthcare support workers, all other 280 $25,190 $16,950 - 39,510 16% 10%
100 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 270 $45,260 $26,600 - 67,000 10% 17%
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Jobs More Common Near Montgomery Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Cooks, all other 19,980 120 10.7
Education administrators, all other 93,290 210 7.3
Grinding and polishing workers, hand 21,040 190 5.4
Insulation workers, mechanical 48,630 120 4.6
Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials 15,360 320 4.6
Correctional officers and jailers 35,340 1,100 4.5
Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door 38,180 170 4.5
Financial examiners 51,350 130 4.3
Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 53,190 280 4.1
Pipelayers 42,440 230 4
Team assemblers 36,550 4,830 3.9
Eligibility interviewers, government programs 37,770 350 3.6
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 50,900 290 3
Painters, transportation equipment 33,700 150 2.9
Helpers--electricians 23,340 370 2.9
Civil engineering technicians 33,480 300 2.9
Structural iron and steel workers 35,460 200 2.9
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 52,400 260 2.7
Highway maintenance workers 24,730 290 2.7
Loan interviewers and clerks 28,520 670 2.5
Environmental engineers 69,000 150 2.4
Computer specialists, all other 73,470 580 2.3
Surgical technologists 34,510 250 2.3
Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers 28,520 240 2.3
Surveyors 39,010 140 2.2
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers 19,960 170 2.1
Detectives and criminal investigators 53,730 220 2.1
Business teachers, postsecondary 76,130 140 2
Surveying and mapping technicians 24,470 170 2
Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders 28,250 200 1.9
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 28,560 4,390 1.9
English language and literature teachers, postsecondary 55,010 110 1.9
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 42,850 260 1.8
Assemblers and fabricators, all other 18,700 540 1.8
Pest control workers 26,680 130 1.7
Instructional coordinators 67,410 260 1.7
Education administrators, postsecondary 71,890 170 1.7
Producers and directors 50,710 130 1.6
Helpers--production workers 21,770 880 1.6
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 23,700 210 1.6
Civil engineers 64,530 550 1.6
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 31,460 670 1.6
Cement masons and concrete finishers 27,710 390 1.6
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 16,610 410 1.6
Physical therapist assistants 44,730 110 1.6
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 34,240 420 1.6
Bill and account collectors 22,970 830 1.6
Child, family, and school social workers 46,050 500 1.6
Tellers 21,410 1,100 1.6
Insurance underwriters 56,490 190 1.5

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Montgomery, Alabama Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Personal financial advisors 122,540 1.54 150
Team assemblers 36,550 1.34 4,830
Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 104,360 1.32 120
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 30,710 1.22 510
Education administrators, all other 93,290 1.22 210
Advertising sales agents 56,510 1.21 240
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 34,240 1.21 420
Mental health counselors 48,780 1.2 130
Parts salespersons 36,000 1.18 280
Insulation workers, mechanical 48,630 1.18 120
Instructional coordinators 67,410 1.17 260
Pipelayers 42,440 1.16 230
Food batchmakers 29,370 1.14 140
Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 55,550 1.14 110
Child, family, and school social workers 46,050 1.13 500
Physical therapists 81,940 1.12 140
Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 42,660 1.1 1,110
Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers 40,660 1.09 180
Computer specialists, all other 73,470 1.09 580
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 40,740 1.09 2,040
All other information and record clerks 35,730 1.08 250
Graphic designers 43,500 1.08 220
Physicians and surgeons, all other 192,220 1.08 230
Chief executives 162,090 1.08 280
Packers and packagers, hand 21,930 1.08 980
Sheet metal workers 44,710 1.07 190
Rehabilitation counselors 38,590 1.07 150
Architects, except landscape and naval 77,680 1.07 150
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 31,140 1.06 190
Retail salespersons 25,730 1.05 5,090
Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 30,640 1.05 390
Business operations specialists, all other 61,790 1.05 750
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 35,360 1.05 140
Lawyers 107,220 1.05 900
Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 52,680 1.04 260
Managers, all other 86,330 1.04 310
Computer software engineers, applications 80,430 1.04 200
Computer and information systems managers 105,150 1.04 250
Maintenance and repair workers, general 35,630 1.04 1,740
Business teachers, postsecondary 76,130 1.03 140
Production, planning, and expediting clerks 42,100 1.03 220
Pharmacists 107,710 1.03 370
Teachers and instructors, all other 38,930 1.02 460
Sales managers 100,500 1.02 170
Recreation workers 24,560 1.02 220
Mental health and substance abuse social workers 40,430 1.01 110
Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 35,140 1.01 310
Driver/sales workers 26,360 1.01 460
Eligibility interviewers, government programs 37,770 1 350
Network and computer systems administrators 61,630 1 340

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