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Tuscaloosa Employment

Employment and Industries in the Tuscaloosa, Alabama Area

Tuscaloosa is the center for industry, commerce, education and healthcare for West Alabama. The University of Alabama is the dominant factor for the economy. Tuscaloosa is home to a Mercedes-Benz automotive assembly plant. The Tuscaloosa plants that provide the components to the Mercedes-Benz facility also are significant factors for the economy. Tuscaloosa has attracted companies from countries such as Germany, France, Italy, Japan, Canada and the United Kingdom.

About 25% of the workforce is employed by local, state and federal government agencies. Approximately 16% are employed in the manufacturing sector. The diversified manufacturing sector includes industries such as automotive, plastic injection molding, electronics, wood products, steel, food items and chemicals. About 11% of Tuscaloosa's workers are employed in the arts, entertainment, accommodation, recreation and food services industries. Approximately one-fifth of the jobs are in retail and wholesale trade. Healthcare jobs are provided by the DCH Regional Medical Center, Bryce Hospital and the VA Medical Center.

Notable information regarding Tuscaloosa: The Tuscaloosa-Birmingham corridor is consistently ranked in the top 20 markets in the nation for entrepreneurial success. For the population over the age of 25, about 31% have a bachelor's degree or higher. The cost of living index was 90.1 in 2008 and the nations's average is 100. The average earnings in early 2009 was $32,000.

Tuscaloosa's industrial base includes:

  • Mercedes-Benz U.S. International - Vehicles
  • JVC America - CDs/magnetic tape
  • Nucor Steel
  • Elk Corporation of America - Asphalt, shingles
  • BF Goodrich Tire Manufacturing - Tires
  • Phifer Wire Products
  • Gulf States Paper Corporation
  • Johnson Controls - Automotive components
  • ZF Industries - Automotive axle systems
  • Radicispandex
  • Ai3 - Parts sequencing for MBUSI
  • Coral Industries - Bathroom fixtures
  • Delphi Automotive Systems - Automotive cockpit assemblies

Shown below is a list of the top employers in Tuscaloosa:

  • The University of Alabama - Higher education
  • DCH Regional Medical Center - Medical services
  • Mercedes-Benz U.S. International - Vehicles
  • Tuscaloosa County Board of Education - Public education
  • BF Goodrich Tire Manufacturing - Tires
  • Phifer Wire Products - Aluminum/fiberglass screening
  • Jim Walter Resources - Coal mining
  • City Board of Education - Public education
  • Northport Medical Center - Medical services
  • City of Tuscaloosa - Local government services
  • Community Srv Programs of W Alabama Inc
  • Bunn Bros Materials
  • Tuscaloosa Housing Authority
  • Pritchett-Moore
  • Pine Valley LLC

Helpful business organizations for Tuscaloosa companies:

The Tuscaloosa News provides information about the current business activities in the Tuscaloosa area.

Most Popular Jobs in Tuscaloosa, 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 2,130 $57,240 $38,270 - 77,940 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,000 $41,430 $34,280 - 50,480 14% 95%
3 Teachers and instructors, all other 930 $29,650 $15,400 - 38,270 9% 54%
4 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 720 $50,220 $24,880 - 82,980 8% 51%
5 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 640 $43,850 $34,500 - 51,960 11% 95%
6 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 560 $48,420 $34,540 - 63,230 6% 96%
7 Accountants and auditors 450 $55,430 $33,270 - 81,200 18% 79%
8 Coaches and scouts 280 $41,990 $13,050 - 99,210 15% 60%
9 Civil engineers 220 $64,810 $38,590 - 94,770 18% 87%
10 Pharmacists 210 $107,150 $88,000 - 130,970 22% 97%
11 Lawyers 210 $97,270 $44,900 - 11% 99%
12 Management analysts 190 $105,940 $42,890 - 22% 78%
13 Chief executives 150 $164,040 $82,580 - 2% 65%
14 Industrial engineers 150 $73,070 $52,530 - 101,840 20% 74%
15 Child, family, and school social workers 150 $39,290 $20,470 - 60,140 19% 77%
16 Financial managers 140 $95,620 $54,020 - 165,860 13% 60%
17 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 130 $74,800 $56,550 - 99,780 8% 78%
18 Medical and health services managers 120 $90,750 $48,620 - 139,730 16% 57%
19 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 120 $38,820 $22,690 - 50,780 13% 73%
20 Sales managers 110 $108,350 $49,040 - 10% 69%
21 Mechanical engineers 110 $85,060 $50,560 - 142,170 4% 78%
22 Computer systems analysts 110 $66,030 $43,020 - 96,930 29% 68%
23 Surveyors 110 $46,020 $26,880 - 78,720 24% 82%
24 Medical and public health social workers 110 $39,760 $28,630 - 53,530 24% 77%
25 Physical therapists 100 $76,480 $51,870 - 102,330 27% 89%
26 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 100 $42,580 $34,270 - 51,070 20% 87%
27 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 100 $28,960 $19,980 - 41,120 15% 51%
28 Engineering managers 90 $90,110 $56,350 - 131,890 7% 84%
29 Network and computer systems administrators 90 $53,110 $30,340 - 82,150 27% 50%
30 Librarians 90 $40,730 $32,880 - 51,100 4% 85%
31 Computer programmers 80 $69,450 $31,910 - 116,190 -4% 73%
32 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 80 $56,850 $33,550 - 82,640 17% 56%
33 Graphic designers 80 $32,500 $19,380 - 46,330 10% 55%
34 Advertising sales agents 80 $0 $ - 20% 56%
35 Computer and information systems managers 70 $73,400 $46,030 - 104,270 16% 73%
36 Managers, all other 70 $70,420 $35,250 - 110,000 7% 55%
37 Occupational health and safety specialists 70 $54,110 $33,800 - 95,460 8% 72%
38 Education, training, and library workers, all other 70 $52,180 $34,390 - 86,640 11% 79%
39 Dentists, general 60 $105,850 $57,750 - 9% 100%
40 Training and development specialists 60 $52,360 $29,710 - 93,460 18% 56%
41 Dietitians and nutritionists 60 $49,950 $36,490 - 63,800 9% 72%
42 Floral designers 60 $20,200 $14,340 - 26,830 -9% 55%
43 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 50 $61,210 $27,160 - 152,580 18% 56%
44 Social workers, all other 50 $54,560 $29,620 - 74,140 18% 77%
45 Network systems and data communications analysts 50 $48,320 $33,530 - 61,570 53% 57%
46 Special education teachers, middle school 50 $44,910 $37,610 - 51,370 16% 87%
47 Tax preparers 50 $35,950 $15,090 - 52,870 -8% 54%
48 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 50 $35,570 $20,890 - 55,320 15% 72%
49 Editors 50 $0 $ - 2% 81%
50 Personal financial advisors 50 $0 $ - 41% 81%
51 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 40 $108,300 $37,980 - 25% 67%
52 Mining and geological engineers, including mining safety engineers 40 $86,480 $40,400 - 122,960 10% 80%
53 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 40 $80,630 $41,820 - 127,050 12% 51%
54 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 40 $57,230 $31,660 - 94,380 5% 58%
55 Speech-language pathologists 40 $54,850 $42,370 - 73,470 11% 98%
56 Database administrators 40 $50,070 $29,650 - 75,660 29% 72%
57 Social and community service managers 40 $47,540 $24,290 - 85,340 25% 72%
58 Special education teachers, secondary school 40 $42,610 $34,460 - 50,910 9% 87%
59 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 40 $38,930 $24,240 - 51,540 18% 56%
60 Mental health counselors 40 $36,470 $24,700 - 50,830 30% 73%
61 Rehabilitation counselors 40 $35,690 $18,570 - 60,560 23% 73%
62 Legislators 40 $14,510 $12,760 - 15,980 1% 65%
63 Market research analysts 40 $0 $ - 20% 82%
64 Occupational therapists 30 $62,070 $32,680 - 84,890 23% 90%
65 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 30 $60,840 $42,540 - 113,820 16% 99%
66 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 30 $42,650 $25,920 - 88,760 24% 78%
67 Interior designers 30 $39,910 $22,550 - 69,840 20% 55%
68 Credit analysts 30 $37,640 $22,840 - 51,700 2% 60%

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 Team assemblers 4,740 $50,570 $32,670 - 63,550 0% 5%
2 Cashiers 3,490 $16,270 $12,860 - 22,170 -3% 10%
3 Retail salespersons 2,370 $23,110 $13,440 - 37,380 12% 25%
4 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 2,180 $18,930 $13,360 - 26,660 2% 5%
5 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 2,170 $14,960 $12,780 - 18,060 18% 5%
6 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,940 $28,670 $20,640 - 38,900 1% 18%
7 Office clerks, general 1,770 $20,710 $13,650 - 29,780 13% 19%
8 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,490 $20,100 $14,250 - 28,820 18% 7%
9 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,430 $19,750 $13,980 - 26,350 15% 4%
10 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,410 $22,790 $13,750 - 36,640 -8% 8%
11 Waiters and waitresses 1,370 $15,510 $12,830 - 21,050 11% 14%
12 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,300 $33,480 $19,770 - 51,000 10% 4%
13 General and operations managers 1,280 $85,000 $38,330 - 153,940 2% 48%
14 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,190 $31,900 $25,200 - 40,440 14% 7%
15 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,160 $27,970 $17,210 - 40,150 13% 16%
16 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,130 $33,040 $18,640 - 50,270 4% 25%
17 Maintenance and repair workers, general 860 $32,420 $18,750 - 50,080 10% 6%
18 Construction laborers 820 $23,420 $17,210 - 30,710 11% 5%
19 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 800 $42,490 $27,240 - 62,670 6% 29%
20 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 760 $56,000 $32,710 - 80,420 -5% 15%
21 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 740 $26,960 $17,780 - 38,330 11% 14%
22 Cooks, fast food 740 $14,900 $12,820 - 17,780 8% 5%
23 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 720 $53,760 $30,700 - 89,760 9% 10%
24 Customer service representatives 700 $24,860 $15,230 - 33,330 25% 22%
25 Receptionists and information clerks 660 $19,850 $13,460 - 28,520 17% 13%
26 Industrial machinery mechanics 650 $54,690 $35,160 - 78,100 9% 5%
27 Cooks, restaurant 650 $20,950 $15,200 - 25,940 12% 5%
28 Industrial truck and tractor operators 640 $28,230 $20,420 - 40,850 -2% 2%
29 Psychiatric aides 610 $22,720 $16,060 - 26,270 -0% 7%
30 Electricians 600 $37,920 $25,530 - 50,550 7% 7%
31 Counter and rental clerks 590 $19,800 $13,160 - 30,850 23% 16%
32 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 570 $32,660 $22,510 - 43,020 8% 3%
33 Carpenters 570 $31,590 $22,320 - 41,480 10% 6%
34 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 560 $16,210 $13,030 - 19,960 13% 5%
35 Food preparation workers 540 $15,570 $12,870 - 19,930 15% 7%
36 Teacher assistants 540 $15,530 $12,910 - 19,340 10% 18%
37 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 530 $42,230 $28,180 - 56,560 11% 33%
38 Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders 510 $33,200 $22,190 - 49,350 -8% 0%
39 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 500 $28,740 $16,940 - 50,770 8% 4%
40 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 490 $20,320 $16,300 - 26,310 18% 6%
41 Helpers--production workers 480 $26,960 $13,980 - 43,310 -1% 4%
42 Bus drivers, school 480 $14,400 $12,780 - 16,090 9% 4%
43 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 430 $16,800 $12,970 - 24,260 14% 3%
44 Child care workers 420 $16,090 $12,930 - 20,140 18% 15%
45 Tellers 400 $20,710 $16,800 - 26,690 14% 16%
46 Packers and packagers, hand 390 $21,560 $13,540 - 32,730 -12% 3%
47 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 370 $42,880 $31,830 - 58,180 15% 18%
48 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 370 $32,890 $18,220 - 49,980 14% 4%
49 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 370 $31,090 $17,340 - 49,730 -7% 14%
50 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 370 $19,290 $14,560 - 24,950 11% 5%
51 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 360 $56,100 $33,750 - 89,860 7% 13%
52 Bill and account collectors 360 $24,150 $15,240 - 37,000 23% 13%
53 Security guards 320 $24,310 $14,870 - 40,430 17% 13%
54 Home health aides 320 $17,110 $12,860 - 25,240 49% 7%
55 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 290 $26,340 $17,230 - 38,900 4% 15%
56 Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 290 $26,300 $17,820 - 38,770 19% 14%
57 Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 270 $31,370 $21,540 - 40,860 9% 0%
58 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 270 $30,040 $18,030 - 45,210 4% 6%
59 Bartenders 270 $16,680 $12,880 - 26,700 11% 17%
60 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 270 $15,490 $12,800 - 19,870 10% 17%
61 Pharmacy technicians 250 $25,260 $15,330 - 33,500 32% 16%
62 Machine feeders and offbearers 250 $23,570 $15,210 - 32,250 -15% 0%
63 Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 250 $19,820 $13,040 - 35,990 12% 0%
64 Medical assistants 250 $0 $ - 35% 10%
65 Loan officers 230 $63,510 $33,780 - 103,050 12% 49%
66 Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door 230 $50,140 $32,430 - 64,700 0% 7%
67 Postal service mail carriers 230 $0 $ - 1% 11%
68 Radiologic technologists and technicians 220 $45,220 $33,490 - 62,120 15% 25%
69 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 220 $27,000 $19,450 - 37,860 10% 24%
70 Machinists 210 $27,880 $16,520 - 46,120 -3% 3%
71 Production workers, all other 210 $25,450 $21,240 - 36,140 2% 5%
72 Dishwashers 210 $16,220 $13,050 - 20,400 10% 3%
73 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 200 $44,580 $32,300 - 60,380 5% 2%
74 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 200 $31,460 $17,270 - 58,480 12% 6%
75 Medical secretaries 200 $24,260 $18,470 - 31,840 17% 18%
76 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 200 $18,950 $14,730 - 24,200 10% 5%
77 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 190 $53,470 $30,880 - 74,620 10% 17%
78 First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 190 $37,710 $22,740 - 56,020 13% 17%
79 Loan interviewers and clerks 190 $28,850 $21,010 - 41,330 -1% 24%
80 Painters, construction and maintenance 190 $28,260 $21,820 - 37,140 12% 6%
81 Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 190 $28,080 $21,310 - 38,220 3% 4%
82 Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 180 $39,760 $28,960 - 50,740 12% 3%
83 Highway maintenance workers 180 $26,090 $20,500 - 36,380 9% 5%
84 Construction managers 170 $70,390 $42,540 - 99,610 16% 29%
85 Computer support specialists 170 $41,830 $22,010 - 59,950 13% 43%
86 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 170 $35,740 $22,730 - 51,400 12% 3%
87 Sheet metal workers 170 $31,670 $21,940 - 43,640 7% 4%
88 Logging equipment operators 170 $30,320 $25,480 - 34,980 -1% 2%
89 Personal and home care aides 170 $17,920 $16,130 - 20,230 51% 10%
90 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 170 $17,310 $14,090 - 20,120 17% 14%
91 Food servers, nonrestaurant 170 $15,770 $12,810 - 20,500 16% 9%
92 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 160 $34,460 $26,450 - 49,550 9% 3%
93 Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers 160 $32,080 $18,800 - 43,450 14% 11%
94 Driver/sales workers 160 $29,670 $14,100 - 47,970 -5% 4%
95 Parts salespersons 160 $25,620 $16,230 - 40,570 -2% 6%
96 Civil engineering technicians 150 $37,410 $21,390 - 65,560 10% 18%
97 Payroll and timekeeping clerks 150 $31,710 $21,500 - 45,480 3% 18%
98 Correctional officers and jailers 150 $31,120 $21,410 - 40,010 17% 11%
99 Printing machine operators 150 $23,120 $13,540 - 34,030 -6% 6%
100 Food service managers 140 $47,880 $32,350 - 75,360 5% 24%
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Jobs More Common Near Tuscaloosa Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Logging equipment operators 30,320 170 40
Psychiatric aides 22,720 610 27.8
Furnace, kiln, oven, drier, and kettle operators and tenders 34,620 110 17.5
Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders 33,200 510 14.8
Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door 50,140 230 12.1
Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 31,370 270 9.2
Team assemblers 50,570 4,740 7.6
Pipelayers 26,250 140 4.9
Industrial machinery mechanics 54,690 650 4.2
Machine feeders and offbearers 23,570 250 4.1
Surveyors 46,020 110 3.4
Highway maintenance workers 26,090 180 3.3
Teachers and instructors, all other 29,650 930 3.1
Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers 32,080 160 3.1
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 28,080 190 2.9
Civil engineering technicians 37,410 150 2.9
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 31,900 1,190 2.8
Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 19,820 250 2.8
Coaches and scouts 41,990 280 2.8
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 26,300 290 2.8
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 32,660 570 2.6
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 39,760 180 2.5
Cooks, fast food 14,900 740 2.3
Helpers--electricians 23,860 140 2.2
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 16,800 430 2.1
Counter and rental clerks 19,800 590 2.1
Medical transcriptionists 27,760 100 2.1
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 53,760 720 2
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 56,000 760 2
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 32,890 110 2
Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders 35,130 100 1.9
Refuse and recyclable material collectors 24,770 130 1.9
Bus drivers, school 14,400 480 1.9
Tire repairers and changers 21,210 100 1.9
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 19,290 370 1.8
Sheet metal workers 31,670 170 1.8
Helpers--production workers 26,960 480 1.8
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 41,940 110 1.8
Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 20,100 1,490 1.8
Industrial truck and tractor operators 28,230 640 1.7
Radiologic technologists and technicians 45,220 220 1.7
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 43,850 640 1.7
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 28,670 1,940 1.7
Couriers and messengers 18,450 100 1.7
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 37,710 190 1.7
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 27,000 220 1.6
Cashiers 16,270 3,490 1.6
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 33,040 1,130 1.6
Production workers, all other 25,450 210 1.5
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 18,930 2,180 1.5

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Team assemblers 50,570 1.85 4,740
Management analysts 105,940 1.44 190
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 44,580 1.27 200
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 31,460 1.25 200
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 41,940 1.24 110
Industrial machinery mechanics 54,690 1.23 650
Coaches and scouts 41,990 1.18 280
Mechanical engineers 85,060 1.15 110
Helpers--production workers 26,960 1.14 480
Insurance sales agents 64,080 1.14 120
Driver/sales workers 29,670 1.13 160
Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 42,880 1.11 370
Sales managers 108,350 1.1 110
Production, planning, and expediting clerks 44,900 1.1 120
Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door 50,140 1.09 230
Chief executives 164,040 1.09 150
Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders 33,200 1.08 510
Loan officers 63,510 1.07 230
Medical and health services managers 90,750 1.07 120
Physicians and surgeons, all other 190,230 1.07 110
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 56,000 1.06 760
Packers and packagers, hand 21,560 1.06 390
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 30,040 1.05 270
Furnace, kiln, oven, drier, and kettle operators and tenders 34,620 1.04 110
Financial managers 95,620 1.03 140
First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 53,470 1.03 190
Pharmacists 107,150 1.02 210
Switchboard operators, including answering service 24,430 1.01 110
Industrial engineers 73,070 1 150
Stock clerks and order fillers 22,790 1 1,410
Computer support specialists 41,830 1 170
Truck drivers, light or delivery services 28,740 0.99 500
Medical records and health information technicians 31,290 0.99 120
First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 68,840 0.99 120
Food service managers 47,880 0.99 140
First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 56,100 0.99 360
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 28,670 0.98 1,940
Child, family, and school social workers 39,290 0.97 150
Cooks, restaurant 20,950 0.97 650
Security guards 24,310 0.96 320
Computer systems analysts 66,030 0.96 110
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 18,950 0.95 200
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 27,000 0.95 220
Lawyers 97,270 0.95 210
Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 48,420 0.95 560
Retail salespersons 23,110 0.95 2,370
Payroll and timekeeping clerks 31,710 0.95 150
Maintenance and repair workers, general 32,420 0.94 860
First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 42,490 0.94 800
Dishwashers 16,220 0.94 210

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