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Modesto Employment

Employment and Industries in the Modesto, California Area

Modesto has an agricultural based economy due to the region's fertile farmland. Modesto's economy is bolstered by several prominent wineries including E & J Gallo, which is one of the world's largest wineries. The Gallo Glass Company is one of the largest wine bottle manufacturing companies in the world and provides thousands of manufacturing and office jobs. The food canneries and several steel working facilities also provide numerous jobs in Modesto. The prominent almond factory, the Blue Diamond Growers, and Foster Farms, a major poultry processing plant, are located in the region and provide numerous jobs. In addition, more than 20% of the Modesto workforce is employed outside of the county.

The major sectors for employment are agriculture related industries, healthcare, education, accommodation and food service, social assistance and light manufacturing. About 27% of the workforce are employed in management, professional and related occupations.

Some of the most popular Modesto jobs typically filled by college graduates include registered nurses, teachers, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives, accountants and auditors, social and human service assistants, lawyers, sales managers and financial managers. Some of the jobs that are more prevalent in Modesto when compared to the nation's other cities are slaughterers and meat packers, farm workers and laborers, crop, nursery and greenhouse; food batch makers, agricultural and food science technicians, packaging, graders and sorters of agricultural products and agricultural equipment operators.

Noteworthy information regarding Modesto: In 2007 the median household income in Modesto was $47,470. The cost of living index in 2008 was very near the national average. About 16% of the population over the age of 25 have a bachelor's degree or higher.

Shown below are the primary employers in Modesto:

  • Carlo Rossi Winery - Wineries (MFRS)
  • Copperidge Winery - Wineries (MFRS)
  • County of Stanislaus - Social service & welfare organizations
  • Del Monte Foods Co - Canning (Manufacturer)
  • Doctor's Medical CTR - Hospitals
  • E & J Gallo Winery - Wineries (MFRS)
  • Ecco Domani Winery - Wineries (MFRS)
  • Memorial Hospital - Emergency medical & surgical service
  • Memorial Medical CTR - Hospitals
  • Modesto Junior College - Education
  • Peter Vella Winery - Wineries (MFRS)
  • Stanislaus County Community SVC - Government
  • Sutter Gould Medical - Physicians & surgeons
  • Sutter Gould Medical FNDTN - Diabetes information centers
  • Zabaco Winery - Wineries (MFRS)

Modesto companies may obtain assistance by business organizations such as:

The Modesto Bee offers up-to-date information regarding the business activities in Modesto.

Most Popular Jobs in Modesto, California 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 3,040 $86,690 $61,180 - 106,220 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 2,800 $66,090 $48,380 - 84,280 14% 95%
3 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 2,270 $68,970 $45,900 - 93,740 6% 96%
4 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,400 $64,550 $30,800 - 105,100 8% 51%
5 Teachers and instructors, all other 1,360 $42,030 $32,890 - 53,020 9% 54%
6 Accountants and auditors 970 $58,920 $35,860 - 84,690 18% 79%
7 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 900 $71,150 $53,940 - 91,300 11% 95%
8 Social and human service assistants 690 $39,160 $23,720 - 53,640 34% 58%
9 Sales managers 490 $81,840 $45,930 - 136,330 10% 69%
10 Lawyers 440 $136,960 $68,080 - 11% 99%
11 Financial managers 430 $91,100 $54,190 - 150,510 13% 60%
12 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 360 $101,130 $79,980 - 130,500 8% 78%
13 Self-enrichment education teachers 340 $30,680 $18,770 - 56,660 23% 54%
14 Pharmacists 330 $136,020 $107,170 - 22% 97%
15 Special education teachers, secondary school 320 $70,080 $41,080 - 99,070 9% 87%
16 Child, family, and school social workers 310 $42,320 $28,980 - 52,530 19% 77%
17 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 300 $65,250 $41,030 - 86,680 20% 87%
18 Medical and health services managers 290 $90,140 $43,770 - 148,000 16% 57%
19 Instructional coordinators 290 $69,580 $45,250 - 97,350 23% 79%
20 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 290 $69,510 $39,240 - 99,110 13% 73%
21 Coaches and scouts 250 $28,580 $17,660 - 43,970 15% 60%
22 Managers, all other 240 $80,070 $47,300 - 107,160 7% 55%
23 Social workers, all other 240 $0 $ - 18% 77%
24 Chief executives 230 $166,960 $88,620 - 2% 65%
25 Network systems and data communications analysts 220 $78,730 $56,590 - 106,420 53% 57%
26 Medical and public health social workers 220 $43,840 $30,570 - 65,130 24% 77%
27 Management analysts 200 $62,240 $28,920 - 123,000 22% 78%
28 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 200 $58,870 $34,880 - 81,350 -5% 96%
29 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 200 $53,800 $40,240 - 77,180 17% 56%
30 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 200 $36,490 $21,650 - 50,060 34% 73%
31 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 180 $92,050 $44,790 - 154,480 12% 51%
32 Electronics engineers, except computer 170 $0 $ - 4% 81%
33 Marketing managers 160 $147,400 $59,370 - 14% 69%
34 Physical therapists 160 $80,010 $57,470 - 104,100 27% 89%
35 Market research analysts 160 $58,120 $33,250 - 89,000 20% 82%
36 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 160 $56,890 $30,790 - 121,940 25% 67%
37 Social and community service managers 160 $55,720 $31,710 - 86,300 25% 72%
38 Biological technicians 160 $33,070 $26,080 - 41,320 16% 60%
39 Computer software engineers, applications 140 $94,980 $65,670 - 138,000 45% 85%
40 Advertising sales agents 140 $53,550 $23,180 - 82,750 20% 56%
41 Graphic designers 140 $41,710 $26,550 - 57,930 10% 55%
42 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 140 $38,540 $28,370 - 53,360 30% 77%
43 Civil engineers 130 $80,280 $54,990 - 109,090 18% 87%
44 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 130 $26,830 $18,030 - 41,950 11% 55%
45 Computer systems analysts 120 $61,470 $44,550 - 83,590 29% 68%
46 Personal financial advisors 120 $0 $ - 41% 81%
47 Computer and information systems managers 110 $91,730 $45,510 - 128,410 16% 73%
48 Computer programmers 110 $83,530 $45,990 - 139,150 -4% 73%
49 Network and computer systems administrators 110 $65,140 $40,450 - 98,330 27% 50%
50 Public relations specialists 110 $48,720 $28,570 - 87,540 18% 81%
51 Sales and related workers, all other 110 $45,580 $20,070 - 65,790 14% 62%
52 Engineering managers 100 $104,840 $69,240 - 151,220 7% 84%
53 Librarians 100 $59,510 $31,890 - 87,520 4% 85%
54 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 100 $55,390 $30,440 - 104,830 5% 58%
55 Training and development specialists 100 $54,100 $33,890 - 78,090 18% 56%
56 Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 90 $86,420 $57,440 - 107,210 20% 99%
57 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 90 $81,360 $40,450 - 103,990 16% 99%
58 Speech-language pathologists 90 $73,790 $31,470 - 100,620 11% 98%
59 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 90 $49,570 $22,950 - 81,090 18% 56%
60 Education, training, and library workers, all other 90 $43,100 $18,400 - 63,290 11% 79%
61 Veterinarians 80 $121,250 $56,360 - 35% 100%
62 Education administrators, all other 80 $93,930 $41,000 - 154,340 13% 78%
63 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 80 $73,830 $56,000 - 96,300 12% 51%
64 Special education teachers, middle school 80 $69,910 $41,690 - 95,400 16% 87%
65 Occupational therapists 80 $63,240 $32,830 - 100,810 23% 90%
66 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 80 $55,260 $38,850 - 81,490 18% 56%
67 Health educators 80 $46,100 $28,320 - 64,800 26% 58%
68 Community and social service specialists, all other 80 $38,810 $26,550 - 52,200 25% 58%
69 Budget analysts 70 $72,380 $46,670 - 100,920 7% 78%
70 Credit analysts 70 $68,430 $43,280 - 101,270 2% 60%
71 Mechanical engineers 70 $64,720 $43,520 - 92,780 4% 78%
72 Human resources managers, all other 60 $113,250 $74,470 - 150,740 11% 58%
73 Purchasing managers 60 $81,260 $49,120 - 109,030 3% 57%
74 Dietitians and nutritionists 60 $66,090 $46,110 - 81,290 9% 72%
75 Clergy 60 $44,740 $27,240 - 66,450 19% 75%
76 Rehabilitation counselors 60 $29,060 $20,530 - 52,030 23% 73%
77 Floral designers 60 $22,260 $17,270 - 31,340 -9% 55%
78 Computer software engineers, systems software 50 $80,510 $44,500 - 135,850 28% 85%
79 Urban and regional planners 50 $67,370 $48,720 - 92,160 15% 92%
80 Financial specialists, all other 50 $67,230 $34,440 - 101,660 12% 50%
81 Optometrists 40 $141,580 $97,670 - 11% 100%
82 Sales engineers 40 $96,670 $62,440 - 137,960 9% 79%
83 Occupational health and safety specialists 40 $72,870 $41,990 - 111,690 8% 72%
84 Industrial engineers 40 $66,550 $47,680 - 84,930 20% 74%
85 Database administrators 40 $65,480 $33,550 - 110,070 29% 72%
86 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 40 $60,170 $45,440 - 77,930 25% 93%
87 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 40 $55,860 $34,650 - 81,950 24% 78%
88 Public relations managers 30 $104,840 $53,430 - 17% 75%

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 Retail salespersons 6,570 $23,040 $16,640 - 32,480 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 4,610 $23,160 $16,640 - 37,800 -3% 10%
3 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,930 $19,060 $16,690 - 23,060 18% 5%
4 Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 3,890 $18,160 $16,640 - 20,420 -3% 4%
5 Office clerks, general 3,340 $26,330 $17,650 - 36,990 13% 19%
6 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 3,270 $25,650 $17,210 - 36,390 2% 5%
7 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 3,240 $40,180 $27,790 - 53,560 10% 4%
8 Waiters and waitresses 2,480 $18,130 $16,680 - 20,190 11% 14%
9 Packers and packagers, hand 2,400 $20,890 $16,880 - 34,840 -12% 3%
10 Teacher assistants 2,350 $29,360 $22,470 - 37,050 10% 18%
11 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,320 $24,350 $16,970 - 37,420 -8% 8%
12 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,240 $26,510 $17,540 - 38,770 15% 4%
13 General and operations managers 2,190 $93,470 $43,350 - 163,020 2% 48%
14 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 2,190 $35,220 $24,210 - 48,730 13% 16%
15 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,880 $44,870 $27,990 - 65,840 6% 29%
16 Cooks, fast food 1,810 $18,390 $16,650 - 20,140 8% 5%
17 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,780 $37,890 $21,240 - 55,980 10% 6%
18 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,690 $25,440 $19,850 - 32,150 18% 7%
19 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 1,660 $32,740 $20,920 - 47,080 -5% 5%
20 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,620 $34,000 $21,400 - 47,360 -2% 2%
21 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,530 $38,090 $23,580 - 58,370 4% 25%
22 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,520 $42,880 $28,700 - 56,720 15% 18%
23 Receptionists and information clerks 1,350 $23,890 $17,080 - 32,480 17% 13%
24 Customer service representatives 1,290 $35,300 $20,920 - 56,480 25% 22%
25 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,270 $32,350 $20,740 - 44,720 1% 18%
26 Slaughterers and meat packers 1,270 $23,320 $20,930 - 25,800 13% 2%
27 Construction laborers 1,260 $34,910 $19,750 - 54,560 11% 5%
28 Medical secretaries 1,250 $27,000 $18,400 - 37,640 17% 18%
29 Team assemblers 1,160 $27,810 $18,540 - 37,600 0% 5%
30 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,150 $32,140 $17,190 - 56,230 8% 4%
31 Business operations specialists, all other 1,140 $54,820 $22,570 - 90,790 21% 49%
32 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,070 $25,410 $17,150 - 37,860 18% 6%
33 Carpenters 1,060 $42,720 $26,280 - 64,580 10% 6%
34 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 1,060 $30,040 $20,680 - 40,730 4% 15%
35 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,050 $28,070 $19,190 - 41,150 11% 14%
36 Food preparation workers 1,050 $21,840 $16,680 - 30,440 15% 7%
37 Child care workers 1,030 $21,230 $16,810 - 29,190 18% 15%
38 Counter and rental clerks 1,010 $23,750 $17,160 - 32,590 23% 16%
39 Cooks, restaurant 1,000 $22,650 $17,680 - 28,270 12% 5%
40 Security guards 970 $22,160 $16,860 - 31,560 17% 13%
41 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 890 $41,250 $22,130 - 61,990 14% 4%
42 Medical assistants 890 $26,020 $19,690 - 33,090 35% 10%
43 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 880 $52,050 $34,870 - 74,910 -5% 15%
44 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 880 $30,380 $20,580 - 41,650 4% 6%
45 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 880 $19,470 $16,730 - 24,210 13% 5%
46 Food batchmakers 790 $34,450 $23,400 - 41,250 11% 5%
47 Electricians 770 $53,760 $32,370 - 81,600 7% 7%
48 Drywall and ceiling tile installers 740 $50,430 $35,530 - 66,570 7% 2%
49 Tellers 740 $24,540 $18,360 - 31,530 14% 16%
50 Home health aides 730 $19,300 $16,950 - 22,570 49% 7%
51 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 710 $58,930 $36,680 - 83,880 9% 10%
52 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 710 $49,050 $37,360 - 62,350 14% 7%
53 Dishwashers 680 $18,360 $16,700 - 20,500 10% 3%
54 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 660 $59,090 $42,400 - 82,140 11% 33%
55 Dental assistants 630 $29,020 $23,100 - 34,260 29% 9%
56 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 630 $23,970 $16,640 - 34,840 14% 3%
57 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 600 $31,070 $16,740 - 46,320 -7% 14%
58 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 590 $17,880 $16,660 - 19,960 12% 6%
59 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 570 $37,800 $25,870 - 50,980 5% 2%
60 Helpers--production workers 570 $22,060 $17,580 - 28,600 -1% 4%
61 Painters, construction and maintenance 560 $37,550 $27,100 - 53,660 12% 6%
62 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 520 $53,840 $29,320 - 83,130 11% 4%
63 Industrial machinery mechanics 500 $51,400 $37,830 - 65,290 9% 5%
64 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 490 $55,370 $31,040 - 82,140 7% 13%
65 Postal service mail carriers 480 $0 $ - 1% 11%
66 Fire fighters 460 $48,470 $34,630 - 63,510 12% 18%
67 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 460 $21,390 $16,740 - 30,710 10% 8%
68 Sales representatives, services, all other 450 $53,950 $29,460 - 80,260 28% 48%
69 Driver/sales workers 450 $22,440 $16,640 - 38,010 -5% 4%
70 Pharmacy technicians 440 $36,260 $28,280 - 44,320 32% 16%
71 Payroll and timekeeping clerks 400 $35,160 $23,040 - 48,830 3% 18%
72 Roofers 390 $45,260 $25,610 - 62,400 14% 3%
73 Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators and tenders 390 $29,670 $16,670 - 40,720 11% 0%
74 Personal and home care aides 390 $19,830 $16,880 - 24,310 51% 10%
75 Graders and sorters, agricultural products 390 $18,460 $16,790 - 20,100 -2% 0%
76 Property, real estate, and community association managers 370 $37,300 $19,740 - 84,480 15% 36%
77 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 370 $18,170 $16,660 - 20,020 10% 17%
78 Cost estimators 360 $63,080 $36,050 - 94,370 19% 32%
79 Loan officers 350 $65,740 $36,790 - 108,890 12% 49%
80 Healthcare support workers, all other 350 $33,390 $26,400 - 43,820 16% 10%
81 Order clerks 350 $28,060 $21,540 - 38,570 -24% 16%
82 Office and administrative support workers, all other 350 $26,360 $17,870 - 40,440 -9% 32%
83 Bartenders 350 $18,470 $16,660 - 20,670 11% 17%
84 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 340 $41,720 $27,290 - 59,680 4% 30%
85 Preschool teachers, except special education 340 $32,700 $20,490 - 55,120 26% 43%
86 Kindergarten teachers, except special education 330 $62,260 $51,050 - 78,470 16% 43%
87 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 330 $35,220 $17,290 - 62,610 27% 47%
88 Loan interviewers and clerks 330 $33,200 $24,680 - 43,100 -1% 24%
89 First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 320 $42,430 $25,110 - 58,460 13% 17%
90 Pest control workers 320 $35,020 $24,420 - 49,990 16% 9%
91 Food service managers 310 $50,180 $32,120 - 75,890 5% 24%
92 Parts salespersons 310 $34,870 $21,490 - 51,520 -2% 6%
93 Respiratory therapists 300 $63,130 $46,040 - 86,810 23% 28%
94 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 300 $52,360 $32,250 - 73,380 10% 17%
95 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 300 $32,610 $21,960 - 48,190 10% 24%
96 File clerks 300 $23,280 $16,810 - 36,430 -41% 20%
97 Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 290 $59,670 $42,950 - 77,700 3% 13%
98 Insurance sales agents 290 $59,580 $31,060 - 93,430 13% 45%
99 Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 290 $42,150 $26,230 - 65,280 2% 11%
100 Cement masons and concrete finishers 290 $38,410 $19,410 - 59,420 11% 2%
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Jobs More Common Near Modesto Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators and tenders 29,670 390 46.4
Slaughterers and meat packers 23,320 1,270 44
Agricultural equipment operators 25,210 290 24.6
Graders and sorters, agricultural products 18,460 390 17.2
First-line supervisors/managers of farming, fishing, and forestry workers 42,870 240 16.6
Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 18,160 3,890 13.5
Agricultural and food science technicians 36,910 120 13
Farmworkers, farm and ranch animals 20,470 210 12.6
Dietetic technicians 26,780 260 12.3
Farm equipment mechanics 37,790 150 12
Insulation workers, floor, ceiling, and wall 37,820 180 11.5
Food batchmakers 34,450 790 8.6
Plasterers and stucco masons 41,300 240 6.1
Tapers 50,650 180 5.2
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 50,430 740 5.2
Pest control workers 35,020 320 4.5
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 32,740 1,660 4.4
Millwrights 46,960 130 3.7
Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping 22,370 250 3.4
Social workers, all other 0 240 3.3
Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 22,180 210 3.3
Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers 22,910 260 3.3
Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators, and tenders 34,380 210 3.2
Protective service workers, all other 26,720 270 3.1
Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 37,900 290 3.1
Cooks, fast food 18,390 1,810 2.9
Roofers 45,260 390 2.8
Packers and packagers, hand 20,890 2,400 2.7
Dental laboratory technicians 37,350 110 2.6
Interpreters and translators 35,130 100 2.6
Respiratory therapists 63,130 300 2.6
Diagnostic medical sonographers 60,830 140 2.6
Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 36,490 200 2.5
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 58,870 200 2.5
Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders 42,280 240 2.4
Biological technicians 33,070 160 2.4
Tire repairers and changers 24,350 240 2.4
Teachers and instructors, all other 42,030 1,360 2.4
Medical equipment preparers 26,560 110 2.4
Industrial truck and tractor operators 34,000 1,620 2.3
Medical secretaries 27,000 1,250 2.3
Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials 19,250 150 2.2
Service station attendants 23,010 170 2.2
Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 26,830 130 2.2
Health technologists and technicians, all other 40,190 170 2.1
Veterinary technologists and technicians 27,870 190 2.1
Special education teachers, secondary school 70,080 320 2.1
Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 68,970 2,270 2
Instructional coordinators 69,580 290 2
Property, real estate, and community association managers 37,300 370 1.9

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Modesto, California Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Marketing managers 147,400 1.45 160
Legal secretaries 51,500 1.43 180
Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders 42,280 1.42 240
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 71,150 1.41 900
Registered nurses 86,690 1.41 3,040
Social and human service assistants 39,160 1.38 690
Refuse and recyclable material collectors 41,450 1.37 130
Special education teachers, secondary school 70,080 1.36 320
Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 68,970 1.35 2,270
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 69,510 1.35 290
Food batchmakers 34,450 1.34 790
Lawyers 136,960 1.34 440
Elementary school teachers, except special education 66,090 1.33 2,800
Teacher assistants 29,360 1.32 2,350
Kindergarten teachers, except special education 62,260 1.31 330
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 50,430 1.31 740
Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 65,250 1.3 300
Computer programmers 83,530 1.3 110
Radiologic technologists and technicians 66,390 1.3 190
Pharmacists 136,020 1.3 330
Pharmacy technicians 36,260 1.29 440
Preschool teachers, except special education 32,700 1.28 340
Roofers 45,260 1.28 390
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 92,050 1.26 180
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 32,740 1.25 1,660
Printing machine operators 41,030 1.25 200
Cashiers 23,160 1.25 4,610
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 53,370 1.25 250
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 49,050 1.24 710
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 101,130 1.24 360
Computer software engineers, applications 94,980 1.23 140
Library technicians 36,150 1.22 110
Respiratory therapists 63,130 1.22 300
Network systems and data communications analysts 78,730 1.22 220
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 59,090 1.22 660
Butchers and meat cutters 36,660 1.22 160
Surgical technologists 47,480 1.22 140
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 49,460 1.21 130
Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 42,150 1.21 290
Instructional coordinators 69,580 1.21 290
Medical transcriptionists 38,830 1.21 120
Paralegals and legal assistants 51,600 1.2 230
Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 21,390 1.2 460
First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 41,840 1.2 270
Customer service representatives 35,300 1.19 1,290
Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 37,900 1.19 290
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 27,610 1.17 280
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 53,840 1.17 520
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 35,220 1.17 330
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 59,670 1.17 290

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