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Redding Employment

Employment and Industries in the Redding, California Area

Redding is the center for trade and commerce in the upstate area of Northern California. Services such as medical, retail and legal have become the economic base for Redding. This economic foundation is primarily due to the requirements of a large number of retirees relocating from primarily the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles. The other major sectors for employment are tourism, healthcare, education, government, finance and insurance, social assistance and construction. About 26% of Redding's workers are in sales and office occupations and about 16% are employed by the government. Tourism based jobs are primarily connected to visitors who utilize Redding as a base to explore Lake Shasta, Lassen Volcanic National Park and other destinations.

Some of the most popular jobs in Redding which are typically filled by college graduates are teachers, registered nurses, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives, accountants and auditors, civil engineers, financial managers and medical and health services managers.

Redding is part of the Shasta Metro Enterprise Zone which offers significant state tax credits and other types of benefits to existing and new businesses. Shasta Biz includes the Cascade Small Business Development Center which offers a variety of assistance.

Notable information regarding Redding: In 2008 the cost of living index was at 97.3 and the average in the United States is 100. About 19% of the population over 25 years of age have a bachelor's degree or higher. In early 2009 the average salary in Redding was $37,000.

The major employers in Redding are:

  • Aggregate Products - Asphalt & asphalt products
  • Ave's Audio Visual Equipment - Equipment Renting & Leasing
  • Bridge Bay Resort Marina - Marinas
  • Clark Pest Control - Pest Control
  • Lassen Canyon Nursery - Plants and trees wholesale
  • Mercy Medical Center - Hospitals
  • Northern California Rehab Hospital - Hospitals
  • Oakdale Heights MGMT Corp - Business Management Consultants
  • Redding Lumber Transport - Trucking
  • Shascade Event CTR - Social service & welfare organization
  • Shasta College - Education
  • Shasta County Health & Human Services - Government
  • Shasta Head Start Development - Non-profit organization
  • Shasta Healthcare - Nursing & Convalescent Homes
  • Shasta Regional Medical CTR - Hospitals
  • Transportation Department - State government
  • US Post Office - Government
  • Victor Residential CTR - Residential care homes
  • Walmart - Department Stores
  • Win-River Casino - Casinos

Redding companies may obtain assistance from business organizations such as:

The Redding Record Searchlight offers up-to-date information regarding the business activities in Redding.

Most Popular Jobs in Redding, 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 Elementary school teachers, except special education 980 $56,690 $38,440 - 77,460 14% 95%
2 Registered nurses 760 $76,020 $57,650 - 98,780 24% 56%
3 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 490 $54,240 $34,260 - 77,630 11% 95%
4 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 450 $46,620 $26,760 - 72,310 8% 51%
5 Accountants and auditors 370 $67,110 $37,230 - 99,670 18% 79%
6 Civil engineers 300 $81,840 $57,420 - 103,320 18% 87%
7 Teachers and instructors, all other 270 $29,840 $18,290 - 63,350 9% 54%
8 Managers, all other 210 $103,040 $58,690 - 147,850 7% 55%
9 Medical and health services managers 200 $72,180 $47,130 - 107,000 16% 57%
10 Sales managers 200 $68,390 $37,450 - 124,470 10% 69%
11 Management analysts 200 $61,190 $41,630 - 90,910 22% 78%
12 Lawyers 170 $88,810 $61,170 - 122,040 11% 99%
13 Financial managers 150 $91,750 $40,320 - 13% 60%
14 Social and human service assistants 150 $30,550 $21,880 - 40,150 34% 58%
15 Child, family, and school social workers 130 $44,010 $33,610 - 61,940 19% 77%
16 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 120 $90,260 $43,400 - 120,760 8% 78%
17 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 120 $46,680 $22,370 - 88,610 13% 73%
18 Pharmacists 100 $100,730 $43,900 - 134,610 22% 97%
19 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 100 $80,670 $34,830 - 137,630 12% 51%
20 Surveyors 100 $63,980 $29,610 - 98,180 24% 82%
21 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 100 $54,010 $41,870 - 68,060 17% 56%
22 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 100 $34,200 $27,170 - 41,950 15% 51%
23 Chief executives 90 $154,030 $83,280 - 2% 65%
24 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 90 $52,240 $33,340 - 80,480 5% 58%
25 Public relations specialists 90 $43,750 $28,510 - 63,230 18% 81%
26 Social and community service managers 80 $73,570 $35,050 - 131,470 25% 72%
27 Computer systems analysts 80 $58,020 $35,850 - 82,360 29% 68%
28 Network and computer systems administrators 80 $57,670 $38,480 - 78,590 27% 50%
29 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 80 $51,860 $35,580 - 75,320 6% 96%
30 Graphic designers 80 $47,010 $28,080 - 63,960 10% 55%
31 Computer software engineers, applications 80 $44,960 $25,960 - 74,050 45% 85%
32 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 70 $80,970 $33,510 - 25% 67%
33 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 70 $69,040 $48,090 - 86,260 25% 93%
34 Network systems and data communications analysts 70 $64,810 $45,760 - 84,760 53% 57%
35 Training and development specialists 70 $43,030 $30,020 - 60,010 18% 56%
36 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 70 $39,570 $27,220 - 55,710 34% 73%
37 Electrical engineers 60 $78,100 $41,550 - 119,950 6% 81%
38 Foresters 60 $67,810 $31,890 - 97,240 5% 86%
39 Urban and regional planners 60 $62,340 $45,860 - 82,740 15% 92%
40 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 60 $40,870 $19,690 - 57,680 30% 77%
41 Rehabilitation counselors 60 $25,020 $20,650 - 31,040 23% 73%
42 Veterinarians 50 $98,860 $54,430 - 35% 100%
43 Physical therapists 50 $84,810 $63,820 - 110,660 27% 89%
44 Zoologists and wildlife biologists 50 $77,030 $34,170 - 130,260 9% 95%
45 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 50 $71,710 $36,690 - 109,740 16% 99%
46 Speech-language pathologists 50 $68,720 $56,940 - 84,210 11% 98%
47 Database administrators 50 $56,760 $25,110 - 104,080 29% 72%
48 Special education teachers, middle school 50 $55,630 $38,400 - 79,390 16% 87%
49 Marriage and family therapists 50 $49,210 $33,530 - 64,180 30% 73%
50 Medical and public health social workers 50 $44,860 $28,040 - 67,670 24% 77%
51 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 50 $26,410 $20,900 - 36,800 11% 55%
52 Education administrators, postsecondary 40 $103,260 $61,240 - 138,750 14% 78%
53 Natural sciences managers 40 $102,070 $69,440 - 11% 93%
54 Engineering managers 40 $93,870 $52,110 - 150,950 7% 84%
55 Computer and information systems managers 40 $80,460 $40,210 - 123,630 16% 73%
56 Human resources managers, all other 40 $80,270 $55,040 - 126,780 11% 58%
57 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 40 $74,540 $61,650 - 87,010 12% 51%
58 Dietitians and nutritionists 40 $62,470 $43,460 - 94,810 9% 72%
59 Self-enrichment education teachers 40 $33,280 $20,430 - 59,290 23% 54%
60 Marketing managers 30 $107,780 $23,110 - 14% 69%
61 Biological technicians 30 $51,590 $27,730 - 86,640 16% 60%
62 Librarians 30 $45,250 $22,280 - 88,690 4% 85%
63 Sales and related workers, all other 30 $37,980 $18,330 - 63,070 14% 62%
64 Tax preparers 30 $34,860 $25,810 - 65,090 -8% 54%
65 Coaches and scouts 30 $33,180 $17,730 - 58,160 15% 60%
66 Floral designers 30 $27,300 $22,200 - 32,010 -9% 55%

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 2,610 $24,390 $16,930 - 34,810 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 2,170 $22,590 $16,680 - 36,260 -3% 10%
3 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 1,740 $18,530 $16,720 - 20,840 18% 5%
4 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,660 $38,560 $22,960 - 62,380 10% 4%
5 Office clerks, general 1,460 $26,280 $17,860 - 37,350 13% 19%
6 Waiters and waitresses 1,290 $18,190 $16,710 - 19,860 11% 14%
7 Teacher assistants 1,230 $24,870 $18,510 - 32,630 10% 18%
8 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,090 $23,220 $16,700 - 35,200 -8% 8%
9 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,060 $23,540 $17,280 - 33,870 15% 4%
10 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,000 $32,670 $23,310 - 43,210 13% 16%
11 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 920 $43,680 $28,060 - 64,340 6% 29%
12 General and operations managers 910 $95,430 $41,720 - 2% 48%
13 Business operations specialists, all other 870 $51,660 $28,770 - 81,240 21% 49%
14 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 870 $36,770 $27,000 - 49,710 15% 18%
15 Cooks, fast food 810 $18,920 $16,700 - 22,480 8% 5%
16 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 750 $36,880 $23,950 - 55,190 4% 25%
17 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 730 $23,960 $17,930 - 31,280 2% 5%
18 Customer service representatives 660 $31,060 $21,250 - 41,030 25% 22%
19 Child care workers 660 $22,980 $16,710 - 32,980 18% 15%
20 Home health aides 640 $20,690 $17,410 - 24,480 49% 7%
21 Cooks, restaurant 610 $23,740 $20,560 - 29,100 12% 5%
22 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 570 $28,690 $20,280 - 39,100 1% 18%
23 Construction laborers 560 $35,550 $21,460 - 60,800 11% 5%
24 Industrial truck and tractor operators 550 $42,960 $29,470 - 52,590 -2% 2%
25 Maintenance and repair workers, general 550 $34,030 $21,230 - 50,560 10% 6%
26 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 550 $28,540 $18,310 - 42,420 18% 6%
27 Carpenters 540 $45,500 $28,700 - 65,440 10% 6%
28 Medical assistants 520 $28,160 $21,630 - 36,240 35% 10%
29 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 520 $27,120 $21,480 - 33,110 18% 7%
30 Medical secretaries 480 $27,350 $20,460 - 35,660 17% 18%
31 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 470 $31,430 $17,800 - 58,300 8% 4%
32 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 470 $19,490 $16,740 - 23,550 13% 5%
33 Receptionists and information clerks 460 $24,550 $18,030 - 33,540 17% 13%
34 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 450 $28,430 $18,360 - 39,940 11% 14%
35 Tellers 430 $23,130 $19,060 - 28,790 14% 16%
36 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 410 $53,400 $30,360 - 80,590 8% 3%
37 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 410 $38,570 $23,760 - 53,780 14% 4%
38 Counter and rental clerks 400 $25,200 $17,050 - 35,500 23% 16%
39 Security guards 370 $26,140 $17,740 - 34,460 17% 13%
40 Logging equipment operators 360 $35,570 $25,060 - 48,470 -1% 2%
41 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 350 $24,870 $17,760 - 36,460 4% 6%
42 Dishwashers 350 $18,210 $16,710 - 19,930 10% 3%
43 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 340 $27,080 $19,480 - 38,400 11% 5%
44 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 290 $46,340 $36,720 - 58,140 14% 7%
45 Cement masons and concrete finishers 290 $43,930 $28,490 - 64,780 11% 2%
46 Healthcare support workers, all other 290 $30,290 $18,620 - 40,800 16% 10%
47 Food preparation workers 290 $20,650 $16,670 - 29,070 15% 7%
48 Fire fighters 280 $33,070 $18,700 - 54,430 12% 18%
49 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 280 $18,240 $16,670 - 19,960 12% 6%
50 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 270 $32,240 $23,210 - 41,670 4% 15%
51 Bartenders 270 $17,850 $16,640 - 19,730 11% 17%
52 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 260 $65,970 $44,300 - 98,180 9% 10%
53 Forest and conservation technicians 260 $37,220 $24,220 - 56,480 -2% 46%
54 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 260 $19,510 $16,660 - 27,740 10% 8%
55 Dental assistants 250 $30,740 $23,170 - 41,710 29% 9%
56 Recreation workers 240 $22,280 $16,820 - 29,950 13% 47%
57 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 240 $18,120 $16,720 - 19,880 10% 17%
58 Parts salespersons 230 $30,010 $18,750 - 47,330 -2% 6%
59 Electricians 220 $55,720 $32,690 - 83,990 7% 7%
60 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 210 $59,160 $38,100 - 82,060 7% 13%
61 Pharmacy technicians 210 $33,860 $23,290 - 44,450 32% 16%
62 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 210 $31,480 $25,400 - 39,470 -1% 22%
63 Cost estimators 190 $55,490 $35,350 - 89,710 19% 32%
64 Sales representatives, services, all other 190 $54,870 $29,200 - 94,530 28% 48%
65 All other information and record clerks 190 $32,110 $25,730 - 41,180 -13% 21%
66 Bus drivers, school 180 $31,510 $22,450 - 40,300 9% 4%
67 Amusement and recreation attendants 180 $18,730 $16,670 - 20,910 24% 22%
68 Painters, construction and maintenance 170 $41,020 $27,800 - 54,590 12% 6%
69 Personal and home care aides 170 $22,200 $19,520 - 24,910 51% 10%
70 Packers and packagers, hand 170 $20,260 $17,040 - 25,400 -12% 3%
71 Computer support specialists 160 $46,680 $29,890 - 65,830 13% 43%
72 Insurance sales agents 160 $43,910 $29,790 - 65,340 13% 45%
73 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 160 $20,800 $17,500 - 24,920 17% 14%
74 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 160 $19,080 $16,640 - 23,470 14% 3%
75 First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 150 $45,050 $30,870 - 64,970 13% 17%
76 Preschool teachers, except special education 150 $26,940 $18,270 - 39,760 26% 43%
77 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 150 $26,770 $16,940 - 43,890 10% 24%
78 Postal service mail carriers 150 $0 $ - 1% 11%
79 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 140 $62,300 $35,340 - 86,050 10% 17%
80 Kindergarten teachers, except special education 140 $55,720 $41,220 - 69,100 16% 43%
81 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 140 $54,930 $33,930 - 81,650 -5% 15%
82 Food service managers 140 $48,700 $31,610 - 66,100 5% 24%
83 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 140 $40,610 $27,470 - 52,840 12% 3%
84 Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 130 $39,850 $26,680 - 51,950 4% 0%
85 Machine feeders and offbearers 130 $25,780 $17,510 - 39,910 -15% 0%
86 File clerks 130 $22,360 $17,010 - 29,450 -41% 20%
87 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 120 $38,920 $20,480 - 51,270 27% 47%
88 Payroll and timekeeping clerks 120 $33,490 $26,740 - 41,810 3% 18%
89 First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 120 $33,330 $21,710 - 46,980 13% 11%
90 Legal secretaries 120 $31,140 $22,110 - 49,480 12% 18%
91 Medical records and health information technicians 120 $31,070 $19,950 - 47,670 18% 12%
92 Bill and account collectors 120 $28,740 $21,080 - 38,540 23% 13%
93 Helpers--production workers 120 $22,470 $17,310 - 35,210 -1% 4%
94 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 120 $0 $ - -8% 12%
95 Radiologic technologists and technicians 110 $49,590 $29,160 - 68,530 15% 25%
96 Drywall and ceiling tile installers 110 $40,520 $29,780 - 49,470 7% 2%
97 Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 110 $36,580 $26,600 - 50,040 11% 29%
98 Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 100 $58,890 $46,390 - 66,930 3% 13%
99 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 100 $49,570 $26,270 - 65,710 4% 38%
100 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 100 $38,150 $18,380 - 65,970 4% 30%
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Jobs More Common Near Redding Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Logging equipment operators 35,570 360 117.3
Forest and conservation technicians 37,220 260 90.7
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 39,850 130 12.9
Surveyors 63,980 100 4.3
Healthcare support workers, all other 30,290 290 3.5
Cooks, fast food 18,920 810 3.5
Cement masons and concrete finishers 43,930 290 3.2
Machine feeders and offbearers 25,780 130 3
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 53,400 410 2.6
Child care workers 22,980 660 2.5
Fire fighters 33,070 280 2.5
Civil engineers 81,840 300 2.4
Parts salespersons 30,010 230 2.4
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 38,560 1,660 2.4
Medical assistants 28,160 520 2.4
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 27,080 340 2.3
Teacher assistants 24,870 1,230 2.3
Medical secretaries 27,350 480 2.3
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 28,870 100 2.1
Industrial truck and tractor operators 42,960 550 2.1
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 40,520 110 2
Kindergarten teachers, except special education 55,720 140 2
Recreation workers 22,280 240 2
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 31,480 210 2
Counter and rental clerks 25,200 400 2
All other information and record clerks 32,110 190 1.9
Dental assistants 30,740 250 1.9
Cost estimators 55,490 190 1.8
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 45,050 150 1.8
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 54,240 490 1.8
Business operations specialists, all other 51,660 870 1.8
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 20,800 160 1.7
Medical and health services managers 72,180 200 1.7
Amusement and recreation attendants 18,730 180 1.7
Tellers 23,130 430 1.7
Home health aides 20,690 640 1.7
Medical records and health information technicians 31,070 120 1.6
Elementary school teachers, except special education 56,690 980 1.6
Food service managers 48,700 140 1.6
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 26,770 150 1.5
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 34,200 100 1.5
Cooks, restaurant 23,740 610 1.5
Dishwashers 18,210 350 1.5
First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 62,300 140 1.5
Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 18,240 280 1.5
First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 33,330 120 1.5
Painters, construction and maintenance 41,020 170 1.5
Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 36,580 110 1.5
Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 18,120 240 1.5
Pharmacy technicians 33,860 210 1.4

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 39,850 1.5 130
Industrial truck and tractor operators 42,960 1.43 550
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 38,920 1.29 120
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 53,400 1.25 410
Managers, all other 103,040 1.25 210
Registered nurses 76,020 1.23 760
Cashiers 22,590 1.22 2,170
Bus drivers, school 31,510 1.2 180
Pharmacy technicians 33,860 1.2 210
First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 62,300 1.2 140
Painters, construction and maintenance 41,020 1.2 170
Child care workers 22,980 1.19 660
Electricians 55,720 1.19 220
Cement masons and concrete finishers 43,930 1.19 290
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 28,540 1.18 550
Kindergarten teachers, except special education 55,720 1.17 140
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 46,340 1.17 290
Carpenters 45,500 1.16 540
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 27,080 1.15 340
Construction laborers 35,550 1.14 560
Elementary school teachers, except special education 56,690 1.14 980
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 65,970 1.13 260
Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 27,120 1.13 520
Accountants and auditors 67,110 1.12 370
Civil engineers 81,840 1.12 300
Teacher assistants 24,870 1.12 1,230
Personal and home care aides 22,200 1.11 170
Computer support specialists 46,680 1.11 160
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 90,260 1.11 120
Cooks, restaurant 23,740 1.09 610
Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 19,510 1.09 260
Cooks, fast food 18,920 1.09 810
Truck drivers, light or delivery services 31,430 1.09 470
Child, family, and school social workers 44,010 1.08 130
Counter and rental clerks 25,200 1.08 400
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 54,240 1.08 490
Social and human service assistants 30,550 1.08 150
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 18,530 1.08 1,740
Food preparation workers 20,650 1.07 290
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 20,800 1.07 160
Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 32,240 1.06 270
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 38,570 1.06 410
Logging equipment operators 35,570 1.06 360
Preschool teachers, except special education 26,940 1.06 150
Sales representatives, services, all other 54,870 1.06 190
Dishwashers 18,210 1.06 350
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 40,520 1.05 110
Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 36,580 1.05 110
Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 18,240 1.05 280
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 45,050 1.05 150

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