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Stockton Employment

Employment and Industries in the Stockton, California Area

The surrounding farmland has allowed Stockton to develop into a prominent processing and distribution center for farm products and wines. Historically, it has been an agriculturally based economy, however telecommunications and manufacturing have also become important aspects of the economy. The city is home to manufacturing companies such as Crown Bolt, Noll Manufacturing, Dopaco, Sortex, Martin-Browner and Aisin. Stockton also includes the high technology companies Applied Aerospace Company, Bay Area Circuits and Sigma Circuits.

Numerous companies have selected Stockton for their regional operations such as Pac-West Telecommunications, Duraflame and Golden State Lumber Company. Stockton also has a prominent port. The city of Stockton and the port have been working together to develop "green industries." Stockton has also been collaborating with community colleges and universities to create an educated workforce for a renewable energy industry.

Some of the jobs more prevalent in the Stockton area than most other of the nation's cities include, grader and sorters of agricultural products; farm workers and laborers, crop, nursery and greenhouse; stonemasons; first-line supervisors/managers of farming, fishing and forestry workers; plasterers and stucco masons, food batch makers and interpreters and translators.

The major sectors for employment in Stockton include healthcare, agriculture, construction, government, finance, insurance and education.

Noteworthy data regarding Stockton: In 2008 the cost of living index was very close to the nation's average. Regarding the population over the age of 25, about 15% hold a bachelor's degree or higher. The average earnings in 2009 was about $37,000.

A list of Stockton's major employers is provided below:

  • Dameron Hospital - Hospitals
  • Division of Juvenile Justice - State Government Correctional Institutions
  • Foster Care SVC - Government
  • Morada Produce Co - Fruits & vegetables - growers & shippers
  • O-G Packing Co - Warehouses - Cold storage
  • Police Dept - Personnel & Training - Police departments
  • San Joaquin County Property Management - Government offices
  • San Joaquin County School Supt - Schools
  • San Joaquin County Human Services - Government
  • St Joseph Medical Center - Hospitals
  • Stockton Police Department - Police Departments
  • University of Pacific
  • Walmart - Department Stores
  • Pacific Gas & Electric - Utility
  • Kaiser Permanente - Healthcare
  • Diamond Walnut - Food Processor
  • San Joaquin Delta College - Education
  • The Grupe Company - Developer
  • AT&T Communications

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Most Popular Jobs in Stockton, 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 4,150 $59,340 $38,210 - 85,350 14% 95%
2 Registered nurses 3,590 $75,290 $52,070 - 103,280 24% 56%
3 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 2,150 $61,860 $41,690 - 87,650 6% 96%
4 Teachers and instructors, all other 2,080 $49,170 $24,400 - 79,050 9% 54%
5 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,740 $72,290 $34,150 - 123,400 8% 51%
6 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,450 $61,660 $40,860 - 94,430 11% 95%
7 Accountants and auditors 870 $67,630 $40,870 - 108,240 18% 79%
8 Child, family, and school social workers 610 $51,390 $31,310 - 80,320 19% 77%
9 Sales managers 590 $94,240 $42,040 - 10% 69%
10 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 560 $102,990 $67,870 - 135,160 8% 78%
11 Financial managers 540 $93,470 $53,290 - 149,130 13% 60%
12 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 530 $58,480 $30,280 - 95,380 13% 73%
13 Social and human service assistants 530 $39,260 $21,880 - 61,180 34% 58%
14 Management analysts 510 $63,550 $42,260 - 88,860 22% 78%
15 Medical and health services managers 500 $85,860 $43,380 - 131,470 16% 57%
16 Pharmacists 460 $112,370 $80,730 - 137,510 22% 97%
17 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 440 $68,560 $40,480 - 102,640 20% 87%
18 Lawyers 390 $129,820 $73,660 - 11% 99%
19 Civil engineers 370 $82,390 $64,890 - 104,030 18% 87%
20 Chief executives 320 $181,420 $98,760 - 2% 65%
21 Computer systems analysts 320 $68,030 $51,190 - 81,890 29% 68%
22 Dentists, general 290 $168,180 $98,110 - 9% 100%
23 Tax preparers 290 $36,190 $22,970 - 61,980 -8% 54%
24 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 280 $57,390 $32,460 - 83,490 17% 56%
25 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 270 $53,970 $32,150 - 89,380 18% 56%
26 Coaches and scouts 270 $35,580 $18,060 - 66,030 15% 60%
27 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 240 $68,640 $48,230 - 87,960 -5% 96%
28 Instructional coordinators 240 $62,840 $34,910 - 103,310 23% 79%
29 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 230 $78,850 $42,230 - 124,210 12% 51%
30 Managers, all other 220 $87,590 $55,450 - 129,180 7% 55%
31 Network and computer systems administrators 220 $66,400 $45,080 - 100,300 27% 50%
32 Special education teachers, secondary school 220 $63,310 $39,560 - 88,250 9% 87%
33 Physical therapists 200 $85,560 $47,770 - 152,230 27% 89%
34 Social and community service managers 200 $63,220 $37,930 - 96,880 25% 72%
35 Advertising sales agents 200 $43,310 $26,460 - 63,530 20% 56%
36 Computer and information systems managers 180 $97,760 $71,430 - 128,420 16% 73%
37 Market research analysts 180 $66,940 $29,120 - 144,450 20% 82%
38 Medical and public health social workers 180 $59,460 $36,910 - 81,300 24% 77%
39 Public relations specialists 180 $50,750 $24,260 - 96,200 18% 81%
40 Mental health counselors 180 $40,900 $19,640 - 83,870 30% 73%
41 Sales and related workers, all other 180 $33,210 $18,140 - 64,020 14% 62%
42 Graphic designers 170 $36,310 $25,630 - 55,820 10% 55%
43 Training and development specialists 160 $49,120 $32,480 - 71,250 18% 56%
44 Speech-language pathologists 150 $85,210 $47,610 - 131,760 11% 98%
45 Computer software engineers, applications 150 $80,990 $59,660 - 108,870 45% 85%
46 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 150 $58,320 $41,220 - 82,810 5% 58%
47 Marketing managers 140 $109,180 $45,340 - 14% 69%
48 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 140 $70,410 $47,260 - 93,590 12% 51%
49 Network systems and data communications analysts 140 $61,830 $33,790 - 82,450 53% 57%
50 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 140 $27,270 $21,150 - 33,210 11% 55%
51 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 130 $93,700 $48,060 - 155,550 16% 99%
52 Engineers, all other 130 $88,850 $58,430 - 127,610 6% 82%
53 Social workers, all other 130 $42,010 $28,450 - 63,650 18% 77%
54 Computer software engineers, systems software 120 $131,110 $55,000 - 28% 85%
55 Engineering managers 120 $105,030 $25,400 - 151,530 7% 84%
56 Computer programmers 120 $66,480 $39,400 - 99,920 -4% 73%
57 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 120 $63,150 $33,900 - 123,830 25% 67%
58 Special education teachers, middle school 120 $60,810 $38,090 - 84,970 16% 87%
59 Financial specialists, all other 120 $59,790 $34,620 - 95,860 12% 50%
60 Self-enrichment education teachers 120 $32,540 $19,180 - 52,100 23% 54%
61 Education administrators, all other 110 $99,410 $58,370 - 135,730 13% 78%
62 Computer specialists, all other 110 $68,120 $33,710 - 96,040 15% 68%
63 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 110 $58,140 $42,790 - 79,730 18% 56%
64 Education, training, and library workers, all other 110 $41,440 $16,640 - 72,200 11% 79%
65 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 110 $39,080 $28,400 - 49,800 15% 51%
66 Industrial engineers 100 $71,920 $46,640 - 101,960 20% 74%
67 Education administrators, postsecondary 90 $106,500 $69,010 - 164,680 14% 78%
68 Librarians 90 $68,020 $45,540 - 90,170 4% 85%
69 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 90 $63,860 $46,180 - 85,570 25% 93%
70 Reporters and correspondents 90 $30,600 $21,200 - 44,700 1% 85%
71 Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 80 $101,030 $67,000 - 20% 99%
72 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 80 $81,900 $53,260 - 115,100 14% 54%
73 Occupational therapists 80 $79,240 $57,630 - 104,760 23% 90%
74 Electronics engineers, except computer 80 $73,880 $54,000 - 98,670 4% 81%
75 Surveyors 80 $72,870 $37,340 - 101,660 24% 82%
76 Dietitians and nutritionists 80 $68,020 $49,890 - 88,050 9% 72%
77 Database administrators 70 $90,130 $51,370 - 131,710 29% 72%
78 Financial analysts 70 $70,760 $46,790 - 97,670 34% 87%
79 Clergy 70 $54,750 $34,450 - 78,430 19% 75%
80 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 70 $51,280 $41,380 - 65,530 24% 78%
81 Health educators 70 $39,680 $24,660 - 64,690 26% 58%
82 Floral designers 70 $25,810 $20,930 - 31,740 -9% 55%
83 Human resources managers, all other 60 $105,100 $71,980 - 135,770 11% 58%
84 Credit analysts 60 $84,050 $53,120 - 115,890 2% 60%
85 Purchasing managers 60 $78,560 $47,970 - 121,020 3% 57%
86 Mechanical engineers 60 $74,290 $46,860 - 103,410 4% 78%
87 Legislators 60 $39,780 $28,170 - 58,590 1% 65%
88 Compensation and benefits managers 50 $110,970 $50,370 - 12% 58%
89 Physician assistants 50 $81,940 $58,380 - 105,480 27% 67%
90 Personal financial advisors 50 $69,490 $34,740 - 126,190 41% 81%
91 Urban and regional planners 50 $67,900 $46,360 - 98,840 15% 92%
92 Editors 50 $55,620 $31,230 - 81,100 2% 81%
93 Musicians and singers 50 $0 $ - 10% 53%
94 Electrical engineers 40 $115,850 $67,300 - 164,560 6% 81%
95 Advertising and promotions managers 40 $79,360 $26,820 - 153,330 6% 76%
96 Veterinarians 40 $73,170 $46,970 - 110,690 35% 100%
97 Budget analysts 40 $72,570 $40,610 - 112,640 7% 78%
98 Food scientists and technologists 40 $61,590 $44,850 - 81,550 10% 82%
99 Operations research analysts 40 $0 $ - 11% 71%
100 Chemists 30 $85,540 $66,020 - 109,080 9% 93%

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 6,950 $26,380 $17,050 - 38,930 12% 25%
2 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 5,990 $29,300 $18,290 - 44,950 2% 5%
3 Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 5,790 $18,770 $16,700 - 22,100 -3% 4%
4 Cashiers 5,690 $21,890 $16,640 - 31,160 -3% 10%
5 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 5,670 $43,220 $29,830 - 55,250 10% 4%
6 Office clerks, general 4,660 $27,420 $17,260 - 39,170 13% 19%
7 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 4,020 $18,910 $16,680 - 22,160 18% 5%
8 Stock clerks and order fillers 3,680 $24,720 $17,280 - 37,770 -8% 8%
9 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 3,040 $35,230 $22,100 - 50,060 13% 16%
10 Packers and packagers, hand 3,020 $22,410 $16,650 - 40,560 -12% 3%
11 General and operations managers 2,970 $104,540 $50,870 - 2% 48%
12 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,690 $26,880 $17,630 - 39,490 15% 4%
13 Industrial truck and tractor operators 2,640 $32,960 $21,350 - 46,800 -2% 2%
14 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 2,610 $22,870 $16,870 - 35,880 -5% 5%
15 Waiters and waitresses 2,530 $20,370 $16,660 - 29,240 11% 14%
16 Teacher assistants 2,430 $28,490 $16,900 - 39,320 10% 18%
17 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 2,190 $40,360 $28,160 - 56,530 15% 18%
18 Customer service representatives 2,190 $38,370 $19,500 - 66,690 25% 22%
19 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 2,150 $49,150 $30,260 - 73,970 6% 29%
20 Maintenance and repair workers, general 2,120 $39,440 $23,660 - 56,210 10% 6%
21 Construction laborers 2,090 $36,210 $21,290 - 56,060 11% 5%
22 Cooks, fast food 1,960 $18,450 $16,680 - 20,590 8% 5%
23 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 1,950 $31,730 $20,430 - 47,840 4% 6%
24 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,810 $42,310 $24,630 - 62,090 4% 25%
25 Receptionists and information clerks 1,720 $25,890 $19,280 - 35,540 17% 13%
26 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,710 $25,520 $20,980 - 32,060 18% 7%
27 Business operations specialists, all other 1,590 $65,890 $33,840 - 103,180 21% 49%
28 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,570 $33,760 $19,520 - 57,930 8% 4%
29 Food preparation workers 1,550 $21,860 $16,800 - 29,660 15% 7%
30 Medical secretaries 1,480 $28,930 $21,430 - 37,990 17% 18%
31 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,320 $28,070 $18,650 - 41,580 18% 6%
32 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,280 $33,980 $21,410 - 49,370 1% 18%
33 Carpenters 1,230 $51,640 $35,570 - 66,410 10% 6%
34 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 1,180 $21,440 $16,730 - 30,080 10% 8%
35 Driver/sales workers 1,170 $31,830 $16,690 - 65,940 -5% 4%
36 Home health aides 1,140 $20,690 $16,770 - 25,470 49% 7%
37 Security guards 1,110 $22,770 $17,630 - 29,460 17% 13%
38 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,080 $52,360 $29,370 - 77,480 -5% 15%
39 Personal and home care aides 1,070 $20,000 $16,950 - 24,700 51% 10%
40 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,040 $20,580 $16,940 - 27,730 13% 5%
41 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,030 $27,840 $19,110 - 41,580 11% 14%
42 Tellers 1,030 $26,900 $19,300 - 37,080 14% 16%
43 Team assemblers 1,010 $24,660 $16,640 - 33,080 0% 5%
44 Medical assistants 1,000 $26,740 $18,680 - 36,940 35% 10%
45 Correctional officers and jailers 990 $63,800 $44,860 - 80,390 17% 11%
46 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 980 $67,450 $34,020 - 98,060 9% 10%
47 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 980 $22,010 $16,640 - 32,300 14% 3%
48 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 970 $49,610 $37,820 - 63,260 14% 7%
49 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 970 $32,220 $18,940 - 48,260 -7% 14%
50 Cooks, restaurant 970 $23,290 $19,330 - 28,410 12% 5%
51 Sales representatives, services, all other 950 $45,320 $19,440 - 77,540 28% 48%
52 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 950 $41,210 $20,060 - 61,370 14% 4%
53 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 950 $33,260 $19,050 - 48,330 5% 2%
54 Electricians 940 $52,060 $30,570 - 70,760 7% 7%
55 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 910 $33,810 $23,780 - 47,010 4% 15%
56 Recreation workers 910 $21,910 $16,740 - 30,260 13% 47%
57 Telemarketers 900 $25,610 $20,450 - 32,000 -10% 14%
58 Helpers--production workers 900 $22,100 $16,640 - 31,120 -1% 4%
59 Bill and account collectors 870 $31,900 $21,680 - 41,770 23% 13%
60 Food batchmakers 870 $31,110 $26,340 - 39,720 11% 5%
61 Preschool teachers, except special education 870 $30,010 $20,560 - 41,430 26% 43%
62 Dental assistants 840 $31,850 $24,840 - 40,480 29% 9%
63 Counter and rental clerks 820 $26,160 $16,640 - 39,070 23% 16%
64 Dishwashers 810 $18,050 $16,650 - 20,210 10% 3%
65 Kindergarten teachers, except special education 750 $56,610 $33,570 - 86,170 16% 43%
66 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 680 $63,530 $44,340 - 84,550 7% 13%
67 All other information and record clerks 670 $37,880 $25,400 - 53,310 -13% 21%
68 Postal service mail carriers 620 $0 $ - 1% 11%
69 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 590 $41,850 $29,570 - 53,090 12% 3%
70 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 550 $57,850 $38,370 - 80,880 10% 17%
71 Production workers, all other 550 $28,500 $17,990 - 43,370 2% 5%
72 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 540 $17,730 $16,640 - 19,720 10% 17%
73 Property, real estate, and community association managers 530 $45,700 $17,690 - 99,500 15% 36%
74 Pharmacy technicians 530 $36,060 $25,310 - 46,680 32% 16%
75 Child care workers 530 $23,770 $16,740 - 35,690 18% 15%
76 Motor vehicle operators, all other 520 $40,180 $19,020 - 52,650 11% 0%
77 Graders and sorters, agricultural products 520 $17,890 $16,640 - 19,800 -2% 0%
78 Plasterers and stucco masons 510 $37,580 $28,050 - 52,580 8% 0%
79 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 490 $63,460 $42,770 - 83,170 8% 3%
80 First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 490 $49,670 $30,580 - 72,990 13% 17%
81 Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 490 $42,920 $25,220 - 70,170 8% 9%
82 Parts salespersons 490 $29,470 $18,160 - 45,300 -2% 6%
83 File clerks 490 $24,740 $16,690 - 33,440 -41% 20%
84 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 480 $17,640 $16,640 - 19,560 12% 6%
85 Payroll and timekeeping clerks 470 $35,840 $22,240 - 50,140 3% 18%
86 Insurance sales agents 460 $70,620 $29,550 - 150,940 13% 45%
87 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 460 $48,260 $28,870 - 69,710 11% 4%
88 Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 460 $40,850 $23,290 - 62,190 2% 11%
89 Painters, construction and maintenance 430 $40,920 $25,690 - 53,430 12% 6%
90 Fire fighters 420 $58,450 $29,970 - 86,470 12% 18%
91 Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 420 $32,010 $22,160 - 41,510 3% 4%
92 Bartenders 420 $21,700 $16,670 - 30,360 11% 17%
93 Cost estimators 410 $64,400 $36,680 - 99,280 19% 32%
94 Industrial machinery mechanics 400 $52,380 $39,280 - 65,220 9% 5%
95 Food service managers 400 $45,090 $34,410 - 57,630 5% 24%
96 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 400 $41,380 $23,400 - 62,980 4% 30%
97 Computer support specialists 390 $42,940 $26,390 - 62,990 13% 43%
98 Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 390 $23,350 $17,400 - 31,810 6% 0%
99 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 390 $0 $ - -8% 12%
100 Structural metal fabricators and fitters 380 $41,580 $21,260 - 62,980 -0% 0%
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Jobs More Common Near Stockton Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Graders and sorters, agricultural products 17,890 520 17.5
Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 18,770 5,790 15.2
Stonemasons 43,660 200 14
Ambulance drivers and attendants, except emergency medical technicians 28,740 190 10.7
First-line supervisors/managers of farming, fishing, and forestry workers 35,760 190 10
Plasterers and stucco masons 37,580 510 9.9
Farm equipment mechanics 33,910 160 9.7
Agricultural equipment operators 22,850 140 9
Food batchmakers 31,110 870 7.2
Separating, filtering, clarifying, precipitating, and still machine setters, operators, and tenders 48,910 230 6.8
Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic 29,570 250 5.9
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 22,870 2,610 5.3
Food cooking machine operators and tenders 23,170 190 5
Motor vehicle operators, all other 40,180 520 4.8
Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 23,350 390 4.7
Interpreters and translators 41,710 230 4.6
Tax preparers 36,190 290 3.8
Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators, and tenders 32,250 330 3.8
Grinding and polishing workers, hand 26,090 160 3.6
Correctional officers and jailers 63,800 990 3.2
Kindergarten teachers, except special education 56,610 750 3.1
Education administrators, all other 99,410 110 3
Industrial truck and tractor operators 32,960 2,640 2.9
Teachers and instructors, all other 49,170 2,080 2.8
Packers and packagers, hand 22,410 3,020 2.6
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 32,010 420 2.6
Dental laboratory technicians 31,330 140 2.5
Painters, transportation equipment 35,590 160 2.5
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 41,580 380 2.4
Cooks, fast food 18,450 1,960 2.4
Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters 29,480 170 2.4
Maintenance workers, machinery 45,520 230 2.4
Structural iron and steel workers 49,060 210 2.4
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 42,920 490 2.4
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 43,220 5,670 2.3
Protective service workers, all other 34,540 260 2.3
Dentists, general 168,180 290 2.3
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 68,640 240 2.2
Tile and marble setters 56,990 150 2.2
Machine feeders and offbearers 29,390 330 2.2
Recreation workers 21,910 910 2.2
Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials 22,670 190 2.1
Property, real estate, and community association managers 45,700 530 2.1
Medical secretaries 28,930 1,480 2.1
Driver/sales workers 31,830 1,170 2
All other information and record clerks 37,880 670 2
Elementary school teachers, except special education 59,340 4,150 2
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 22,010 980 1.9
Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 34,080 230 1.8
Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 27,270 140 1.8

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Correctional officers and jailers 63,800 1.69 990
Surveying and mapping technicians 62,080 1.64 110
Computer software engineers, systems software 131,110 1.58 120
Paralegals and legal assistants 65,890 1.54 140
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 63,460 1.48 490
Bakers 35,210 1.47 190
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 54,900 1.42 280
Motor vehicle operators, all other 40,180 1.42 520
Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 93,700 1.41 130
Brickmasons and blockmasons 63,390 1.39 190
Refuse and recyclable material collectors 41,990 1.39 250
Fire fighters 58,450 1.39 420
Social and human service assistants 39,260 1.38 530
Tile and marble setters 56,990 1.38 150
Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 68,560 1.37 440
Radiologic technologists and technicians 68,560 1.34 330
Speech-language pathologists 85,210 1.32 150
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 70,410 1.32 140
Carpenters 51,640 1.32 1,230
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 68,640 1.31 240
Bus drivers, school 34,130 1.31 380
Education administrators, all other 99,410 1.3 110
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 41,980 1.3 330
Separating, filtering, clarifying, precipitating, and still machine setters, operators, and tenders 48,910 1.29 230
Teachers and instructors, all other 49,170 1.29 2,080
Customer service representatives 38,370 1.29 2,190
Medical and public health social workers 59,460 1.29 180
Pharmacy technicians 36,060 1.28 530
Teacher assistants 28,490 1.28 2,430
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 72,290 1.28 1,740
Lawyers 129,820 1.27 390
Business teachers, postsecondary 93,250 1.27 110
Child, family, and school social workers 51,390 1.26 610
Medical records and health information technicians 39,910 1.26 180
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 102,990 1.26 560
Telecommunications line installers and repairers 57,560 1.26 250
Insurance sales agents 70,620 1.26 460
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 49,610 1.25 970
Healthcare support workers, all other 36,290 1.24 340
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 41,580 1.23 380
Child care workers 23,770 1.23 530
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 64,180 1.23 220
Surgical technologists 47,940 1.23 140
Respiratory therapists 63,520 1.23 180
Special education teachers, secondary school 63,310 1.23 220
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 61,660 1.22 1,450
Procurement clerks 42,310 1.22 210
Registered nurses 75,290 1.22 3,590
Driver/sales workers 31,830 1.22 1,170
Tire repairers and changers 28,730 1.21 150

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