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Santa Rosa Employment

Employment and Industries in the Santa Rosa, California Area

Santa Rosa is the area's business and service center. Santa Rosa is also regarded as the center for the popular "Wine Country". By far, wine grapes, bring in the most revenue of all the region's agricultural crops. Market milk, miscellaneous livestock and poultry, cattle and calves and nursery products are also significant elements of the agricultural industry. Due to being part of the famed Wine Country, tourism is a significant factor for the economy. Biomedical, high-tech and the environmental sector also contribute to the local economy.

SantaRosaMFG.com is an association that serves small to midsize manufacturing companies. The organization primarily consists of over 100 specialty manufactures located in the Santa Rosa area. Some of the notable companies are Wright Engineered Plastics, Thermal Technology, Clear Focus Imaging and ICORE International.

The major sectors for employment in Santa Rosa are healthcare, education, construction, accommodation and food services, finance and insurance as well as professional, scientific and technical services. Management, professional and related occupations provide 36% of the jobs in Santa Rosa. Sales and office jobs provide about 21% of the positions.

Some of the most popular jobs in Santa Rosa which are primarily filled by college graduates are registered nurses, teachers, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives, financial managers, sales managers, computer applications software engineers and computer systems software engineers.

The primary private sector employers in the Santa Rosa region are shown below:

  • Kaiser Permanente
  • St. Joseph Health System
  • Agilent Technologies
  • Medtronic Vascular
  • Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa
  • Safeway Stores
  • Kendall-Jackson Wine Estates
  • Amy's Kitchen
  • Hansel Auto Group
  • Home Depot
  • JDS Uniphase
  • River Rock Casino
  • Walmart
  • Washington Mutual
  • AT&T
  • Mary's Pizza Shack
  • Wells Fargo
  • Korbel
  • Pacific Gas and Electric
  • State Farm Mutual Insurance
  • Beam Wine Estates
  • Exchange Bank
  • North Bay Construction
  • Moonlight Brewing Company
  • Russian Brewing Company
  • J Santana Real Estate Appraisers

The major government employers include:

  • City of Santa Rosa
  • Sonoma County
  • Santa Rosa Junior College
  • Santa Rosa City Schools
  • State of California

Noteworthy data about Santa Rosa: In 2008 the cost of living index was at 167.8 which is very high when compared to the nation's average of 100. About 28% of the population older than 25 years of age hold a bachelor's degree or higher. In 2009 the average earnings was $43,000.

Santa Rosa companies may obtain assistance from business organizations such as:

The Press Democrat.com offers current information about the business activities in Santa Rosa.

Most Popular Jobs in Santa Rosa, 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 3,200 $83,860 $58,470 - 109,980 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 2,810 $55,550 $30,660 - 81,970 14% 95%
3 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 2,240 $72,490 $35,650 - 116,480 8% 51%
4 Accountants and auditors 1,220 $68,150 $45,330 - 100,490 18% 79%
5 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,140 $62,030 $39,940 - 88,190 6% 96%
6 Teachers and instructors, all other 820 $37,880 $23,610 - 55,640 9% 54%
7 Self-enrichment education teachers 820 $34,940 $22,130 - 58,540 23% 54%
8 Financial managers 720 $100,610 $59,360 - 158,280 13% 60%
9 Sales managers 680 $100,500 $46,870 - 10% 69%
10 Computer software engineers, applications 620 $97,350 $42,430 - 142,590 45% 85%
11 Computer software engineers, systems software 600 $106,640 $68,400 - 147,960 28% 85%
12 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 580 $61,900 $43,870 - 81,870 11% 95%
13 Chief executives 480 $171,520 $81,710 - 2% 65%
14 Lawyers 440 $157,410 $80,180 - 11% 99%
15 Management analysts 420 $89,810 $44,650 - 22% 78%
16 Computer systems analysts 400 $80,870 $46,130 - 125,020 29% 68%
17 Network and computer systems administrators 390 $68,110 $42,690 - 96,160 27% 50%
18 Social and human service assistants 390 $33,670 $23,780 - 48,650 34% 58%
19 Managers, all other 380 $95,200 $33,240 - 147,950 7% 55%
20 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 380 $80,880 $44,500 - 104,970 25% 93%
21 Engineering managers 370 $134,650 $77,490 - 7% 84%
22 Medical and health services managers 370 $90,470 $56,870 - 129,570 16% 57%
23 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 350 $86,250 $48,380 - 123,000 8% 78%
24 Marketing managers 320 $100,130 $53,810 - 158,210 14% 69%
25 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 320 $81,420 $43,940 - 128,090 12% 51%
26 Sales and related workers, all other 320 $39,850 $19,520 - 63,280 14% 62%
27 Coaches and scouts 320 $30,270 $16,850 - 48,400 15% 60%
28 Electrical engineers 310 $92,340 $62,230 - 129,190 6% 81%
29 Mechanical engineers 300 $80,350 $55,570 - 110,750 4% 78%
30 Civil engineers 280 $91,290 $63,820 - 125,850 18% 87%
31 Network systems and data communications analysts 280 $78,940 $54,920 - 111,570 53% 57%
32 Marriage and family therapists 250 $48,350 $28,620 - 85,160 30% 73%
33 Computer programmers 240 $84,830 $54,240 - 129,440 -4% 73%
34 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 240 $71,030 $44,600 - 109,090 17% 56%
35 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 240 $60,480 $42,570 - 87,940 20% 87%
36 Market research analysts 240 $53,820 $30,060 - 85,710 20% 82%
37 Pharmacists 230 $118,930 $107,510 - 137,020 22% 97%
38 Industrial engineers 220 $88,800 $61,540 - 124,100 20% 74%
39 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 220 $62,840 $33,990 - 94,930 13% 73%
40 Public relations specialists 220 $53,830 $34,860 - 89,140 18% 81%
41 Graphic designers 220 $42,220 $24,320 - 64,600 10% 55%
42 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 220 $41,110 $30,110 - 53,220 15% 51%
43 Computer and information systems managers 210 $113,210 $74,160 - 153,010 16% 73%
44 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 210 $92,530 $34,540 - 25% 67%
45 Engineers, all other 210 $90,000 $58,090 - 125,470 6% 82%
46 Electronics engineers, except computer 200 $85,120 $57,550 - 125,910 4% 81%
47 Social and community service managers 200 $72,180 $35,320 - 122,920 25% 72%
48 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 200 $72,080 $47,720 - 95,480 12% 51%
49 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 200 $66,800 $41,220 - 98,190 5% 58%
50 Training and development specialists 200 $57,910 $27,530 - 85,000 18% 56%
51 Chemists 190 $70,580 $39,390 - 108,840 9% 93%
52 Sales engineers 180 $114,830 $53,570 - 9% 79%
53 Physical therapists 180 $83,000 $60,820 - 101,890 27% 89%
54 Community and social service specialists, all other 180 $51,850 $34,310 - 73,750 25% 58%
55 Veterinarians 160 $91,640 $49,060 - 143,350 35% 100%
56 Architects, except landscape and naval 160 $81,260 $70,070 - 100,990 18% 88%
57 Instructional coordinators 150 $64,280 $32,110 - 102,450 23% 79%
58 Financial specialists, all other 150 $49,190 $22,590 - 87,030 12% 50%
59 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 150 $34,740 $26,700 - 49,720 34% 73%
60 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 140 $76,260 $48,260 - 107,510 16% 99%
61 Medical and public health social workers 140 $60,060 $34,490 - 92,710 24% 77%
62 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 140 $49,230 $34,400 - 80,410 24% 78%
63 Human resources managers, all other 130 $94,180 $59,970 - 129,380 11% 58%
64 Insurance underwriters 130 $68,070 $38,790 - 100,740 6% 53%
65 Surveyors 130 $65,200 $45,400 - 85,030 24% 82%
66 Dentists, general 120 $164,660 $117,450 - 9% 100%
67 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 120 $64,860 $30,180 - 123,920 18% 56%
68 Health educators 120 $46,480 $26,490 - 87,380 26% 58%
69 Child, family, and school social workers 120 $44,350 $32,660 - 63,760 19% 77%
70 Personal financial advisors 110 $97,810 $39,200 - 41% 81%
71 Meeting and convention planners 110 $56,120 $34,260 - 136,000 20% 67%
72 Advertising sales agents 110 $40,430 $18,860 - 66,710 20% 56%
73 Purchasing managers 100 $109,470 $51,050 - 3% 57%
74 Social scientists and related workers, all other 100 $88,000 $55,580 - 131,170 5% 90%
75 Computer hardware engineers 100 $84,640 $40,110 - 154,450 5% 70%
76 Credit analysts 100 $74,110 $40,800 - 109,010 2% 60%
77 Occupational therapists 100 $66,800 $25,370 - 97,440 23% 90%
78 Editors 100 $50,140 $29,990 - 76,320 2% 81%
79 Producers and directors 100 $47,300 $29,540 - 74,180 11% 75%
80 Floral designers 100 $30,080 $22,380 - 40,330 -9% 55%
81 Physician assistants 90 $78,670 $48,730 - 106,710 27% 67%
82 Database administrators 90 $74,360 $30,910 - 126,670 29% 72%
83 Speech-language pathologists 90 $69,290 $52,040 - 95,480 11% 98%
84 Special education teachers, secondary school 90 $67,730 $42,950 - 94,020 9% 87%
85 Budget analysts 80 $74,580 $55,680 - 103,340 7% 78%
86 Librarians 80 $62,360 $36,250 - 89,640 4% 85%
87 Education administrators, all other 80 $0 $ - 13% 78%
88 Technical writers 70 $76,860 $48,550 - 125,460 20% 74%
89 Interior designers 70 $65,160 $32,380 - 100,440 20% 55%
90 Clergy 70 $37,960 $17,850 - 65,680 19% 75%
91 Financial analysts 60 $107,560 $55,280 - 34% 87%
92 Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 60 $102,430 $54,200 - 20% 99%
93 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 60 $80,560 $44,480 - 124,920 15% 72%
94 Atmospheric and space scientists 60 $77,250 $55,000 - 112,580 11% 85%
95 Compensation and benefits managers 60 $73,600 $37,880 - 105,020 12% 58%
96 Dietitians and nutritionists 60 $64,940 $37,270 - 98,090 9% 72%
97 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 60 $60,640 $29,740 - 84,600 -5% 96%
98 Recreational therapists 60 $45,760 $29,000 - 55,750 4% 77%
99 Rehabilitation counselors 60 $45,040 $24,730 - 74,230 23% 73%
100 Writers and authors 60 $36,040 $25,520 - 54,860 13% 84%

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 6,660 $28,020 $17,180 - 45,800 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 4,800 $24,910 $17,110 - 39,180 -3% 10%
3 Waiters and waitresses 3,900 $20,530 $16,690 - 29,160 11% 14%
4 Office clerks, general 3,880 $30,270 $18,140 - 46,340 13% 19%
5 General and operations managers 3,310 $114,370 $54,440 - 2% 48%
6 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,130 $20,220 $16,750 - 25,440 18% 5%
7 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 3,120 $39,980 $26,660 - 53,580 13% 16%
8 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 3,100 $27,540 $18,020 - 40,010 2% 5%
9 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 2,780 $45,270 $30,480 - 64,430 15% 18%
10 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,580 $24,970 $17,550 - 36,930 15% 4%
11 Teacher assistants 2,540 $27,200 $17,420 - 38,280 10% 18%
12 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,380 $26,840 $17,410 - 40,730 -8% 8%
13 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 2,190 $51,700 $33,620 - 75,220 6% 29%
14 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 2,190 $28,660 $18,950 - 39,680 18% 6%
15 Business operations specialists, all other 1,900 $64,100 $30,670 - 94,070 21% 49%
16 Construction laborers 1,880 $43,310 $25,420 - 63,160 11% 5%
17 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,880 $39,630 $20,040 - 54,120 10% 4%
18 Carpenters 1,860 $59,010 $34,180 - 82,460 10% 6%
19 Customer service representatives 1,750 $37,050 $24,560 - 51,290 25% 22%
20 Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 1,730 $22,320 $17,270 - 31,890 -3% 4%
21 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,610 $41,880 $24,360 - 59,460 4% 25%
22 Cooks, restaurant 1,560 $24,010 $18,210 - 30,850 12% 5%
23 Medical secretaries 1,550 $36,940 $20,000 - 54,540 17% 18%
24 Food preparation workers 1,530 $22,630 $17,160 - 30,990 15% 7%
25 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,510 $40,660 $25,480 - 59,370 10% 6%
26 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,510 $35,880 $20,790 - 51,750 1% 18%
27 Cooks, fast food 1,400 $18,910 $16,700 - 20,780 8% 5%
28 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,260 $31,800 $19,310 - 46,290 11% 14%
29 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,230 $32,700 $19,400 - 52,900 8% 4%
30 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,180 $30,930 $22,930 - 40,710 18% 7%
31 Dishwashers 1,150 $18,870 $16,670 - 22,750 10% 3%
32 Home health aides 1,140 $23,210 $16,730 - 29,470 49% 7%
33 Receptionists and information clerks 1,130 $30,000 $20,390 - 41,540 17% 13%
34 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,120 $21,850 $17,080 - 28,690 13% 5%
35 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 1,090 $30,900 $21,840 - 41,830 4% 6%
36 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 1,080 $19,250 $16,680 - 22,150 10% 8%
37 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,000 $46,220 $25,700 - 71,840 14% 4%
38 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 990 $75,510 $51,220 - 108,590 9% 10%
39 Electricians 960 $57,920 $39,860 - 76,310 7% 7%
40 Medical assistants 940 $32,440 $22,860 - 44,210 35% 10%
41 Food batchmakers 940 $23,970 $21,000 - 27,500 11% 5%
42 Counter and rental clerks 940 $22,720 $16,640 - 35,030 23% 16%
43 Team assemblers 920 $35,200 $21,100 - 59,800 0% 5%
44 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 900 $18,350 $16,640 - 20,190 12% 6%
45 Tellers 890 $28,560 $22,120 - 37,620 14% 16%
46 Separating, filtering, clarifying, precipitating, and still machine setters, operators, and tenders 880 $46,410 $29,770 - 69,840 -3% 14%
47 Packers and packagers, hand 880 $20,890 $17,240 - 26,520 -12% 3%
48 Driver/sales workers 860 $24,730 $17,310 - 42,730 -5% 4%
49 Security guards 790 $26,600 $21,060 - 33,380 17% 13%
50 Industrial truck and tractor operators 770 $32,320 $23,990 - 43,990 -2% 2%
51 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 770 $26,930 $20,070 - 36,620 -5% 5%
52 Sales representatives, services, all other 750 $69,540 $29,470 - 132,230 28% 48%
53 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 750 $41,830 $21,320 - 67,450 27% 47%
54 Child care workers 750 $25,120 $17,020 - 34,830 18% 15%
55 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 740 $67,470 $40,020 - 98,430 11% 4%
56 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 720 $61,350 $38,010 - 92,090 -5% 15%
57 Dental assistants 710 $46,340 $36,770 - 56,620 29% 9%
58 Bartenders 690 $21,980 $16,910 - 26,110 11% 17%
59 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 680 $77,430 $59,690 - 99,080 11% 33%
60 Painters, construction and maintenance 680 $47,920 $32,740 - 70,490 12% 6%
61 Fire fighters 680 $45,340 $23,400 - 79,360 12% 18%
62 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 670 $55,910 $40,520 - 73,040 14% 7%
63 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 670 $38,360 $27,580 - 50,460 4% 15%
64 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 630 $68,580 $47,280 - 87,370 8% 3%
65 Personal and home care aides 620 $26,870 $18,760 - 44,950 51% 10%
66 Postal service mail carriers 600 $0 $ - 1% 11%
67 Amusement and recreation attendants 570 $19,560 $16,750 - 24,250 24% 22%
68 Cost estimators 560 $75,200 $37,600 - 110,680 19% 32%
69 Food service managers 550 $51,670 $34,720 - 71,210 5% 24%
70 Bill and account collectors 540 $37,360 $24,780 - 51,140 23% 13%
71 Drywall and ceiling tile installers 530 $53,310 $38,830 - 70,410 7% 2%
72 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 530 $19,830 $16,720 - 24,310 10% 17%
73 Computer support specialists 510 $49,850 $29,380 - 73,080 13% 43%
74 Loan officers 480 $73,620 $36,580 - 129,870 12% 49%
75 Bus drivers, school 480 $33,930 $26,900 - 40,240 9% 4%
76 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 480 $24,020 $17,270 - 31,640 14% 3%
77 Preschool teachers, except special education 470 $30,610 $22,770 - 41,650 26% 43%
78 Helpers--production workers 470 $23,210 $17,640 - 30,400 -1% 4%
79 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 450 $22,370 $17,000 - 30,150 12% 6%
80 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 440 $73,690 $48,000 - 104,960 7% 13%
81 Order clerks 430 $32,650 $21,890 - 45,320 -24% 16%
82 Insurance sales agents 430 $0 $ - 13% 45%
83 Office and administrative support workers, all other 420 $26,230 $16,640 - 46,340 -9% 32%
84 Recreation workers 400 $25,970 $17,900 - 38,490 13% 47%
85 All other information and record clerks 390 $40,390 $25,130 - 60,030 -13% 21%
86 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 390 $35,330 $22,550 - 49,970 -7% 14%
87 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 390 $33,880 $20,790 - 57,800 -27% 6%
88 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 390 $0 $ - -8% 12%
89 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 380 $63,870 $44,930 - 86,050 9% 47%
90 Property, real estate, and community association managers 370 $56,530 $25,040 - 95,990 15% 36%
91 Parts salespersons 370 $43,380 $27,870 - 58,660 -2% 6%
92 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 370 $28,820 $19,210 - 38,860 11% 5%
93 Dental hygienists 360 $114,690 $99,280 - 133,000 30% 33%
94 Industrial production managers 360 $99,920 $61,840 - 160,260 -6% 43%
95 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 350 $70,140 $35,370 - 104,460 4% 38%
96 Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 350 $57,440 $35,800 - 86,160 -0% 36%
97 First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers 340 $42,620 $24,410 - 72,710 16% 26%
98 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 340 $39,460 $25,030 - 62,230 5% 2%
99 Bakers 340 $32,010 $21,370 - 46,610 10% 8%
100 Administrative services managers 330 $83,760 $39,330 - 139,690 12% 40%
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Jobs More Common Near Santa Rosa Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Separating, filtering, clarifying, precipitating, and still machine setters, operators, and tenders 46,410 880 30.2
First-line supervisors/managers of farming, fishing, and forestry workers 35,820 210 12.9
Insulation workers, floor, ceiling, and wall 38,480 210 11.9
Marriage and family therapists 48,350 250 11.8
Stonemasons 44,890 140 11.4
Food cooking machine operators and tenders 23,360 300 9.1
Food batchmakers 23,970 940 9.1
Farmworkers, farm and ranch animals 22,410 130 6.9
Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 22,320 1,730 5.3
Tile and marble setters 48,860 310 5.3
Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic 28,120 160 4.4
Massage therapists 42,930 240 3.8
Self-enrichment education teachers 34,940 820 3.8
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 80,880 380 3.6
Demonstrators and product promoters 27,930 320 3.4
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 34,270 100 3.3
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 53,310 530 3.3
Social scientists and related workers, all other 88,000 100 3.1
Tapers 60,170 110 2.8
Veterinary technologists and technicians 33,820 280 2.8
Medical secretaries 36,940 1,550 2.5
Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials 19,360 190 2.5
Veterinarians 91,640 160 2.5
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 41,830 750 2.4
Protective service workers, all other 41,880 230 2.3
Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 49,230 140 2.3
Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers 26,600 200 2.3
Motor vehicle operators, all other 38,820 210 2.2
Civil engineering technicians 50,650 250 2.2
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 39,080 300 2.2
Roofers 45,970 330 2.1
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators 64,350 120 2.1
Food service managers 51,670 550 2.1
Chefs and head cooks 46,580 260 2.1
Butchers and meat cutters 36,300 310 2.1
Fire fighters 45,340 680 2
Cooks, fast food 18,910 1,400 2
First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers 50,220 290 2
Painters, construction and maintenance 47,920 680 2
First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers 42,620 340 1.9
Engineering technicians, except drafters, all other 54,630 160 1.9
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 57,440 350 1.9
Surveyors 65,200 130 1.9
Bakers 32,010 340 1.9
Word processors and typists 35,650 300 1.8
Industrial production managers 99,920 360 1.8
Health specialties teachers, postsecondary 98,670 170 1.8
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 26,930 770 1.8
Cost estimators 75,200 560 1.8
Amusement and recreation attendants 19,560 570 1.8

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Dental hygienists 114,690 1.81 360
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators 64,350 1.66 120
Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers 55,740 1.61 120
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 68,580 1.6 630
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 77,430 1.6 680
Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 33,550 1.55 260
Lawyers 157,410 1.54 440
Carpenters 59,010 1.51 1,860
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 60,530 1.49 130
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 67,470 1.46 740
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 61,950 1.44 120
Dental assistants 46,340 1.44 710
Cement masons and concrete finishers 52,920 1.43 280
Parts salespersons 43,380 1.42 370
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 40,190 1.42 220
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 55,910 1.41 670
Automotive body and related repairers 55,350 1.41 130
Painters, construction and maintenance 47,920 1.4 680
Sales engineers 114,830 1.4 180
Construction laborers 43,310 1.39 1,880
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 41,830 1.39 750
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 53,310 1.38 530
Data entry keyers 35,910 1.38 230
Motor vehicle operators, all other 38,820 1.37 210
Community and social service specialists, all other 51,850 1.36 180
Registered nurses 83,860 1.36 3,200
Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 64,860 1.36 120
Tire repairers and changers 32,070 1.36 110
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 72,080 1.35 200
Protective service workers, all other 41,880 1.35 230
Personal and home care aides 26,870 1.35 620
Cashiers 24,910 1.34 4,800
Cost estimators 75,200 1.34 560
Sales representatives, services, all other 69,540 1.34 750
Printing machine operators 43,660 1.33 180
Bakers 32,010 1.33 340
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 80,880 1.33 380
Pharmacy technicians 37,410 1.33 260
Surveying and mapping technicians 50,410 1.33 110
Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 66,800 1.32 200
Computer programmers 84,830 1.32 240
Respiratory therapists 68,140 1.32 120
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 53,950 1.32 160
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 71,030 1.31 240
Medical and public health social workers 60,060 1.31 140
Roofers 45,970 1.3 330
Child care workers 25,120 1.3 750
Payroll and timekeeping clerks 43,500 1.3 320
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 75,510 1.3 990
Bus drivers, school 33,930 1.3 480

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