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Fayetteville Employment

Employment and Industries in the Fayetteville, Arkansas Area

Fayetteville has been ranked 8th in Forbes Magazine's Top 10 Best Places in America for Business and Careers. It was also in Kiplinger's Best Cities Work, Live and Play list. Fayetteville was mentioned as one of the "Best Places to Live in America" by Money Magazine. The Milken Institute rated Fayetteville MSA as one of the Best Performing Cities; wages/salary growth and job growth. Fayetteville MSA is ranked #4 in the country for Best Transportation & Warehousing work forces by Expansion Management.

Technology-based companies have an important role in the city's economy. Radio frequency identification, database and telecommunications and biotechnology sectors provide a large number of jobs. The city is regarded as a prominent center for research and technology projects. Fayetteville, Rogers, Springfield, Bentoville, the University of Arkansas, the GENESIS Technology Incubator and managers from the Arkansas Research and Technology Park have created a favorable environment for technology-based companies. The University provides vital assistance to the local technology companies.

The city has a wide variety of manufactures that play a prominent role in the economy and also provide a substantial amount of jobs. In addition, education, accommodation, transportation and logistics, food services and healthcare are significant elements of the economy.

The major industries for employment, in descending order, are provided below:

  • Services - 36%
  • Manufacturing - 17%
  • Wholesale Trade - 15%
  • Government - 12%
  • Transportation and Retail Trade - 10%
  • Finance, Insurance and Real Estate - 5%

Noteworthy items about Fayetteville: In 2008 Fayetteville had a cost of living index of 90.6. The average in the nation is 100. About 41% of the workers over the age of 25 have a bachelor's degree or higher. The daytime population expands by about 20% due to people commuting to work from the surrounding area.

The major employers in the Fayetteville area are shown below:

  • University of Arkansas - Education
  • Pinnacle Foods Int'l - Frozen Dinners
  • Superior Industries - Cast aluminum wheels
  • Washington Regional Medical Center - Medical
  • Fayetteville School District - Education
  • Arkansas Western Gas Company - Utilities
  • Ayrshire Electronics - Manufacturing
  • City of Fayetteville - Government
  • Dillards - Retail
  • Hanna's - Potpourri/Candles
  • McClinton-Anchor - Limestone/Hot mix
  • Tyson's Entree Division - Frozen dinner entrees
  • Veteran's Medical Center - Medical
  • Walmart Supercenter - Retail
  • Washington County - Government
  • American Air Filter - Air filters
  • Marshalltown - Cement finishing tools
  • Standard Register - Business forms
  • AEP/SWEPCO - Utilities
  • Arvest Bank & Trust - Financial

Business organizations offering assistance to Fayetteville companies:

ArkansasBusiness.com provides information about the current business activities in Fayetteville.

Most Popular Jobs in Fayetteville, Arkansas 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 2,550 $52,140 $36,550 - 70,070 24% 56%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 2,290 $63,670 $30,360 - 110,070 8% 51%
3 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,620 $49,750 $36,440 - 64,670 6% 96%
4 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,530 $43,730 $32,810 - 55,280 14% 95%
5 Network systems and data communications analysts 1,100 $74,800 $49,390 - 103,460 53% 57%
6 Managers, all other 980 $111,840 $53,960 - 162,900 7% 55%
7 Teachers and instructors, all other 940 $34,050 $16,960 - 59,920 9% 54%
8 Accountants and auditors 930 $50,820 $31,960 - 78,020 18% 79%
9 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 690 $43,410 $33,720 - 54,760 11% 95%
10 Network and computer systems administrators 660 $62,900 $37,840 - 97,190 27% 50%
11 Sales managers 640 $117,430 $36,130 - 10% 69%
12 Social and human service assistants 620 $24,080 $20,620 - 29,470 34% 58%
13 Financial managers 570 $86,610 $37,250 - 137,890 13% 60%
14 Computer software engineers, systems software 540 $76,860 $54,620 - 108,660 28% 85%
15 Civil engineers 510 $59,290 $44,170 - 81,590 18% 87%
16 Lawyers 470 $100,100 $46,100 - 11% 99%
17 Advertising sales agents 430 $33,940 $21,540 - 51,680 20% 56%
18 Management analysts 420 $60,460 $25,200 - 98,910 22% 78%
19 Self-enrichment education teachers 410 $27,340 $13,940 - 46,560 23% 54%
20 Computer systems analysts 390 $61,120 $41,240 - 93,580 29% 68%
21 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 370 $47,980 $28,340 - 65,780 13% 73%
22 Graphic designers 370 $35,350 $22,010 - 55,570 10% 55%
23 Architects, except landscape and naval 360 $98,870 $41,520 - 18% 88%
24 Pharmacists 360 $97,920 $56,660 - 129,930 22% 97%
25 Computer software engineers, applications 340 $67,590 $41,030 - 100,950 45% 85%
26 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 340 $41,280 $24,790 - 64,320 18% 56%
27 Chief executives 310 $151,370 $81,100 - 2% 65%
28 Computer and information systems managers 310 $107,730 $57,360 - 162,880 16% 73%
29 Mechanical engineers 300 $60,270 $37,320 - 81,220 4% 78%
30 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 300 $45,730 $27,090 - 68,340 5% 58%
31 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 290 $75,690 $57,610 - 99,160 8% 78%
32 Training and development specialists 280 $41,880 $24,930 - 64,260 18% 56%
33 Medical and health services managers 240 $82,450 $47,010 - 122,780 16% 57%
34 Market research analysts 240 $53,200 $31,910 - 82,830 20% 82%
35 Physical therapists 230 $69,220 $53,520 - 91,610 27% 89%
36 Public relations specialists 220 $43,870 $29,460 - 70,570 18% 81%
37 Engineering managers 210 $89,520 $61,890 - 124,250 7% 84%
38 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 210 $55,690 $29,530 - 83,800 17% 56%
39 Librarians 210 $52,970 $35,590 - 75,030 4% 85%
40 Speech-language pathologists 210 $49,630 $36,290 - 65,440 11% 98%
41 Industrial engineers 200 $63,280 $45,410 - 80,980 20% 74%
42 Database administrators 200 $57,400 $28,360 - 87,850 29% 72%
43 Marketing managers 190 $119,780 $41,450 - 14% 69%
44 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 190 $104,690 $39,900 - 25% 67%
45 Human resources managers, all other 190 $88,710 $50,570 - 133,930 11% 58%
46 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 180 $28,020 $19,040 - 40,360 15% 51%
47 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 170 $49,060 $37,290 - 63,880 -5% 96%
48 Child, family, and school social workers 160 $32,690 $19,000 - 49,040 19% 77%
49 Surveyors 150 $45,740 $24,290 - 64,140 24% 82%
50 Medical and public health social workers 140 $38,720 $23,610 - 57,170 24% 77%
51 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 130 $42,640 $28,040 - 66,360 18% 56%
52 Legislators 130 $29,420 $13,940 - 70,380 1% 65%
53 Purchasing managers 120 $105,820 $56,110 - 3% 57%
54 Social and community service managers 120 $59,750 $28,800 - 97,500 25% 72%
55 Reporters and correspondents 120 $28,580 $21,890 - 38,330 1% 85%
56 Electrical engineers 110 $75,010 $47,610 - 103,850 6% 81%
57 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 110 $48,590 $36,720 - 61,750 12% 51%
58 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 110 $45,330 $33,670 - 59,240 14% 54%
59 Coaches and scouts 110 $0 $ - 15% 60%
60 Veterinarians 90 $77,560 $52,650 - 102,710 35% 100%
61 Occupational health and safety specialists 90 $57,280 $32,970 - 96,170 8% 72%
62 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 90 $33,130 $22,460 - 43,860 24% 78%
63 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 90 $30,590 $21,920 - 42,650 30% 77%
64 Personal financial advisors 80 $84,130 $29,180 - 41% 81%
65 Occupational therapists 70 $61,420 $35,710 - 83,490 23% 90%
66 Technical writers 70 $40,130 $19,550 - 61,780 20% 74%
67 Financial specialists, all other 70 $37,630 $25,160 - 59,920 12% 50%
68 Editors 70 $34,750 $24,810 - 43,740 2% 81%
69 Training and development managers 60 $86,890 $51,930 - 144,640 16% 58%
70 Electronics engineers, except computer 60 $77,530 $52,700 - 104,800 4% 81%
71 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 60 $54,430 $42,060 - 71,540 16% 99%
72 Computer specialists, all other 60 $50,470 $21,090 - 80,830 15% 68%
73 Special education teachers, middle school 60 $47,390 $36,490 - 61,510 16% 87%
74 Mental health counselors 60 $40,450 $23,640 - 58,310 30% 73%
75 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 60 $32,680 $26,660 - 44,240 11% 58%
76 Floral designers 60 $22,640 $17,960 - 28,500 -9% 55%
77 Advertising and promotions managers 50 $73,520 $36,250 - 123,850 6% 76%
78 Credit analysts 50 $58,980 $27,420 - 118,670 2% 60%
79 Postmasters and mail superintendents 50 $57,710 $34,220 - 79,720 -1% 55%
80 Detectives and criminal investigators 50 $48,510 $32,610 - 84,930 17% 54%
81 Vocational education teachers, middle school 50 $47,550 $35,790 - 61,570 -5% 95%
82 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 50 $27,310 $20,520 - 39,740 34% 73%
83 Optometrists 40 $104,870 $47,080 - 165,160 11% 100%
84 Public relations managers 40 $77,410 $35,030 - 138,780 17% 75%
85 Sales engineers 40 $76,170 $48,620 - 102,340 9% 79%
86 Writers and authors 40 $74,370 $43,550 - 13% 84%
87 Engineers, all other 40 $69,900 $44,830 - 104,920 6% 82%
88 Compensation and benefits managers 40 $68,400 $44,790 - 105,520 12% 58%
89 Social workers, all other 40 $50,210 $29,070 - 76,140 18% 77%
90 Dietitians and nutritionists 40 $45,650 $33,720 - 63,370 9% 72%
91 Survey researchers 40 $41,600 $20,440 - 65,180 16% 82%
92 Producers and directors 40 $23,910 $17,000 - 41,810 11% 75%
93 Sales and related workers, all other 40 $23,520 $15,990 - 31,350 14% 62%
94 Art directors 30 $54,740 $43,270 - 66,390 9% 58%
95 Instructional coordinators 30 $54,180 $33,970 - 77,820 23% 79%

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 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 11,380 $43,370 $26,220 - 53,390 10% 4%
2 Retail salespersons 6,600 $20,790 $14,320 - 31,070 12% 25%
3 Cashiers 4,830 $17,620 $14,160 - 22,270 -3% 10%
4 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 4,470 $22,750 $16,370 - 32,530 2% 5%
5 Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers 4,250 $21,890 $17,030 - 26,150 11% 2%
6 Waiters and waitresses 4,090 $18,370 $13,970 - 28,060 11% 14%
7 Business operations specialists, all other 3,990 $63,260 $31,380 - 101,770 21% 49%
8 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,230 $15,850 $13,770 - 19,300 18% 5%
9 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 3,180 $27,090 $18,700 - 37,220 1% 18%
10 Office clerks, general 3,000 $23,430 $15,240 - 33,320 13% 19%
11 Team assemblers 2,820 $26,660 $17,270 - 39,350 0% 5%
12 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 2,750 $29,240 $19,800 - 40,630 13% 16%
13 Helpers--production workers 2,680 $23,420 $17,200 - 32,010 -1% 4%
14 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,570 $21,820 $15,690 - 30,980 15% 4%
15 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,390 $21,550 $15,360 - 30,730 -8% 8%
16 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 2,270 $39,590 $22,830 - 59,890 6% 29%
17 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 2,250 $34,130 $21,080 - 50,660 4% 25%
18 Customer service representatives 2,130 $27,140 $18,150 - 39,430 25% 22%
19 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,970 $29,620 $18,130 - 41,080 10% 6%
20 General and operations managers 1,880 $91,290 $43,030 - 165,950 2% 48%
21 Receptionists and information clerks 1,770 $23,330 $16,640 - 31,110 17% 13%
22 Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 1,690 $57,610 $28,290 - 100,780 -0% 36%
23 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,570 $21,230 $17,250 - 26,110 18% 7%
24 Teacher assistants 1,570 $20,820 $14,360 - 30,780 10% 18%
25 Cooks, fast food 1,510 $16,130 $14,020 - 19,420 8% 5%
26 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,500 $35,650 $23,900 - 49,910 15% 18%
27 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,430 $26,250 $17,800 - 38,370 11% 14%
28 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,280 $26,040 $20,070 - 33,250 -2% 2%
29 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,250 $43,730 $29,090 - 61,910 -5% 15%
30 Tellers 1,230 $22,280 $17,530 - 27,830 14% 16%
31 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,230 $17,100 $14,070 - 20,750 13% 5%
32 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 1,200 $23,580 $17,420 - 31,520 -5% 5%
33 Food preparation workers 1,170 $17,200 $14,070 - 22,400 15% 7%
34 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,140 $36,430 $27,550 - 47,590 14% 7%
35 Child care workers 1,130 $17,470 $14,130 - 22,100 18% 15%
36 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 1,120 $27,450 $19,100 - 38,630 -7% 14%
37 Construction laborers 1,110 $24,630 $17,620 - 33,020 11% 5%
38 Packers and packagers, hand 1,080 $22,890 $14,680 - 31,550 -12% 3%
39 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,020 $23,620 $16,070 - 33,880 18% 6%
40 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 980 $27,490 $15,190 - 47,280 8% 4%
41 Cooks, restaurant 960 $20,850 $16,210 - 26,660 12% 5%
42 Carpenters 940 $35,680 $24,150 - 48,030 10% 6%
43 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 930 $20,770 $14,780 - 30,260 11% 5%
44 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 890 $36,920 $24,760 - 51,190 11% 33%
45 Machine feeders and offbearers 870 $26,990 $19,540 - 37,620 -15% 0%
46 Bus drivers, school 850 $25,820 $15,030 - 44,770 9% 4%
47 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 850 $25,170 $17,640 - 35,380 4% 6%
48 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 830 $31,650 $18,960 - 48,290 14% 4%
49 Office and administrative support workers, all other 830 $30,550 $21,820 - 43,250 -9% 32%
50 Computer support specialists 810 $35,910 $23,220 - 48,560 13% 43%
51 Electricians 800 $38,930 $27,340 - 50,570 7% 7%
52 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 780 $47,600 $31,210 - 67,350 9% 10%
53 Industrial machinery mechanics 730 $35,870 $25,800 - 44,620 9% 5%
54 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 700 $48,230 $32,110 - 67,860 7% 13%
55 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 700 $31,740 $24,430 - 41,650 8% 3%
56 Slaughterers and meat packers 700 $19,550 $16,800 - 24,120 13% 2%
57 Sheet metal workers 660 $28,630 $21,820 - 39,640 7% 4%
58 Dishwashers 650 $17,950 $14,580 - 22,440 10% 3%
59 Security guards 610 $23,510 $15,250 - 37,030 17% 13%
60 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 590 $37,330 $25,100 - 51,210 11% 4%
61 Fire fighters 580 $36,660 $20,640 - 51,790 12% 18%
62 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 570 $30,220 $21,880 - 43,580 5% 2%
63 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 570 $22,210 $17,160 - 26,140 14% 3%
64 Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 560 $33,310 $26,890 - 39,630 -18% 0%
65 Personal and home care aides 560 $18,040 $13,800 - 25,530 51% 10%
66 Parts salespersons 550 $28,480 $15,080 - 45,890 -2% 6%
67 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 550 $28,290 $17,460 - 42,970 12% 6%
68 Production workers, all other 540 $26,100 $17,130 - 39,310 2% 5%
69 Machinists 530 $33,390 $25,640 - 41,680 -3% 3%
70 Counter and rental clerks 530 $27,530 $15,900 - 40,600 23% 16%
71 Preschool teachers, except special education 520 $23,550 $15,220 - 33,670 26% 43%
72 Sales representatives, services, all other 510 $51,480 $21,040 - 84,170 28% 48%
73 Pharmacy technicians 510 $25,570 $16,880 - 34,740 32% 16%
74 Home health aides 510 $20,210 $14,740 - 25,380 49% 7%
75 Administrative services managers 490 $70,080 $34,100 - 134,240 12% 40%
76 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 490 $28,350 $21,380 - 36,240 4% 15%
77 Food servers, nonrestaurant 490 $15,330 $13,900 - 16,870 16% 9%
78 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 480 $16,980 $14,290 - 19,960 10% 17%
79 Dental assistants 470 $27,600 $20,190 - 35,330 29% 9%
80 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 460 $17,250 $14,050 - 21,710 12% 6%
81 Postal service mail carriers 460 $0 $ - 1% 11%
82 Loan officers 450 $58,760 $29,980 - 94,350 12% 49%
83 Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 440 $31,120 $22,550 - 41,230 11% 29%
84 Logisticians 430 $60,570 $41,610 - 92,170 17% 43%
85 Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 430 $31,680 $16,570 - 46,390 2% 11%
86 Order clerks 420 $27,150 $17,550 - 41,570 -24% 16%
87 Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 420 $26,470 $16,780 - 41,360 12% 0%
88 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 410 $68,470 $30,830 - 128,120 4% 38%
89 Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 410 $31,880 $25,810 - 38,670 -13% 0%
90 Kindergarten teachers, except special education 390 $43,900 $34,560 - 53,110 16% 43%
91 Cement masons and concrete finishers 390 $32,400 $24,330 - 41,000 11% 2%
92 Cargo and freight agents 380 $38,650 $26,260 - 54,750 17% 16%
93 Driver/sales workers 380 $22,140 $14,180 - 32,310 -5% 4%
94 Medical assistants 370 $27,540 $19,910 - 38,160 35% 10%
95 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 370 $16,400 $14,080 - 19,600 10% 8%
96 Loan interviewers and clerks 360 $27,830 $17,780 - 38,310 -1% 24%
97 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 350 $45,660 $28,930 - 71,020 0% 42%
98 Bill and account collectors 350 $29,600 $22,140 - 38,650 23% 13%
99 Medical secretaries 350 $24,470 $18,190 - 31,440 17% 18%
100 Data entry keyers 350 $24,450 $18,500 - 30,910 -5% 18%
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Jobs More Common Near Fayetteville Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers 21,890 4,250 44.9
Cooling and freezing equipment operators and tenders 23,990 140 35.2
Agricultural inspectors 41,190 150 27.1
Slaughterers and meat packers 19,550 700 20
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 57,610 1,690 8.6
Graders and sorters, agricultural products 22,570 210 7.6
Machine feeders and offbearers 26,990 870 6.2
Fiberglass laminators and fabricators 24,740 100 5.1
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 43,370 11,380 5.1
Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 33,310 560 4.9
Job printers 31,950 210 4.3
Helpers--production workers 23,420 2,680 4.3
Food cooking machine operators and tenders 22,600 150 4.2
Millwrights 37,540 180 4.2
Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 28,470 220 3.4
Cargo and freight agents 38,650 380 3.2
Network systems and data communications analysts 74,800 1,100 3
Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping 24,830 270 3
Sheet metal workers 28,630 660 3
Meter readers, utilities 22,450 140 3
Logisticians 60,570 430 2.9
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 23,580 1,200 2.6
Business operations specialists, all other 63,260 3,990 2.5
Food batchmakers 29,950 280 2.5
Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 31,880 410 2.5
Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders 26,950 290 2.4
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers 21,790 220 2.4
Transportation, storage, and distribution managers 95,920 320 2.4
Office and administrative support workers, all other 30,550 830 2.3
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 49,600 250 2.2
Reporters and correspondents 28,580 120 2.2
Human resources managers, all other 88,710 190 2.1
Architects, except landscape and naval 98,870 360 2.1
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators 26,960 130 2.1
Legislators 29,420 130 2.1
Refuse and recyclable material collectors 24,990 320 2
Service station attendants 17,700 190 2
Welding, soldering, and brazing machine setters, operators, and tenders 25,060 100 2
Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 26,470 420 2
Surveyors 45,740 150 2
Cooks, fast food 16,130 1,510 2
Industrial machinery mechanics 35,870 730 2
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 20,770 930 2
Structural iron and steel workers 30,110 160 2
Team assemblers 26,660 2,820 2
Helpers--electricians 29,340 290 2
Appraisers and assessors of real estate 39,000 160 1.9
Opticians, dispensing 28,720 150 1.9
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 27,260 270 1.9
Food servers, nonrestaurant 15,330 490 1.8

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Fayetteville, Arkansas Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Demonstrators and product promoters 38,610 1.51 130
Architects, except landscape and naval 98,870 1.36 360
Managers, all other 111,840 1.35 980
Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 104,690 1.32 190
Sales managers 117,430 1.19 640
Transportation, storage, and distribution managers 95,920 1.19 320
Purchasing managers 105,820 1.19 120
Counter and rental clerks 27,530 1.18 530
Family and general practitioners 194,030 1.18 110
Physicians and surgeons, all other 209,550 1.18 210
Marketing managers 119,780 1.18 190
Food batchmakers 29,950 1.17 280
Network systems and data communications analysts 74,800 1.16 1,100
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 43,370 1.16 11,380
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 57,610 1.13 1,690
Cost estimators 63,310 1.13 210
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 63,670 1.13 2,290
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 28,290 1.13 550
Packers and packagers, hand 22,890 1.12 1,080
Graders and sorters, agricultural products 22,570 1.12 210
Helpers--electricians 29,340 1.1 290
Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 31,880 1.09 410
Business operations specialists, all other 63,260 1.07 3,990
Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 26,470 1.07 420
Computer and information systems managers 107,730 1.07 310
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 22,210 1.06 570
Social and community service managers 59,750 1.05 120
Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 33,310 1.04 560
Dishwashers 17,950 1.04 650
Machine feeders and offbearers 26,990 1.04 870
Telecommunications line installers and repairers 47,460 1.04 210
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 52,980 1.04 120
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 55,690 1.03 210
Property, real estate, and community association managers 54,830 1.02 290
Network and computer systems administrators 62,900 1.02 660
First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers 42,940 1.02 120
Construction managers 85,540 1.02 340
Insurance sales agents 56,690 1.01 340
Food service managers 48,930 1.01 260
Librarians 52,970 1.01 210
Chief executives 151,370 1 310
Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers 37,240 1 200
Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 45,330 1 110
Dental hygienists 63,550 1 240
Surgical technologists 38,880 1 130
Cargo and freight agents 38,650 0.99 380
Loan officers 58,760 0.99 450
Sales representatives, services, all other 51,480 0.99 510
Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 17,250 0.99 460
Helpers--production workers 23,420 0.99 2,680

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