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Fort Collins Employment

Employment and Industries in the Fort Collins, Colorado Area

Fort Collins has a well balanced economy. Fort Collins also has a well educated workforce. Fort Collins has been ranked #1 in Money Magazine's "Best Places to Live" list. The manufacturing base includes companies such as Hewlett Packard, Woodward, In-Situ, Water Pik, and Anheuser-Busch. The resources and research facilities at Colorado State University have helped to attract a variety of hi-tech firms. Fort Collins includes offices for AMD, Intel, National Semi-Conductor, Avago, Pelco and LSI. Bioscience, clean energy and agri-tech industries are also part of the local economy.

Companies in Fort Collins produce numerous goods including scientific instruments, aircraft and parts, industrial chemicals, measuring and controlling instruments, communications equipment, solar technology, Smart Grid technology, bio fuels, turbines and communications equipment.

The major non-agricultural sectors for employment in Fort Collins are:

  • Government
  • Trade, transportation and utilities
  • Leisure and hospitality
  • Manufacturing
  • Professional and business services
  • Education
  • Healthcare

Some of the occupations more prevalent in Fort Collins when compared to most cities are umpires, referees and other sports officials; forest and conservation technicians, boilermakers, insulation workers, biological technicians, biological scientists, veterinary technologists and technicians, natural science managers and veterinarians.

A list of the largest employers in the Fort Collins area is shown below:

  • Colorado State University
  • Poudre School District
  • Hewlett Packard
  • Agilent Technologies
  • Poudre Valley Health System
  • Thompson School District
  • Larimer County
  • City of Fort Collins
  • McKee Medical Center
  • Advanced Energy
  • Eastman Kodak
  • Water Pik Technologies
  • LSI Logic
  • Anheuser-Bush
  • Woodward Governor

The Fort Collins Technology Incubator program includes a collection of programs which focus on assisting new companies. The Northern Economic Development Corporation, in partnership with Colorado State University, helps businesses expand and encourages technology transfer to help new companies. The Colorado FIRST customized job training program helps companies with the training of current and new employees for permanent jobs and offers custom designed job specific training programs.

Noteworthy information regarding Fort Collins: On a yearly basis, the number of patents produced in Fort Collins is close to four times the Nation's city average. About 48% of the population over the age of 25 hold a bachelor's degree or higher. In 2008 the cost of living index was at 91.6. The nation's average is 100. The estimated median household income in Fort Collins in 2007 was $47,000.

Fort Collins companies have access to business organizations such as:

The Coloradoan.com offers up-to-date information regarding the business activities in Fort Collins.

Most Popular Jobs in Fort Collins, Colorado Metro Area (2008 data)

Where the Majority of Workers Have College Degrees

Rank Title Local Jobs Local Mean Salary Typical Local Salary National Growth % 2006-2016 National % With College Degree
1 Registered nurses 2,750 $62,320 $44,400 - 82,410 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,300 $0 $ - 14% 95%
3 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,220 $68,860 $25,420 - 120,240 8% 51%
4 Accountants and auditors 1,090 $62,760 $36,570 - 97,160 18% 79%
5 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 730 $47,670 $35,020 - 64,960 6% 96%
6 Civil engineers 610 $71,900 $43,030 - 103,490 18% 87%
7 Computer specialists, all other 560 $76,920 $45,070 - 110,650 15% 68%
8 Self-enrichment education teachers 440 $31,000 $17,220 - 48,760 23% 54%
9 Computer software engineers, applications 400 $87,170 $39,960 - 132,480 45% 85%
10 Electronics engineers, except computer 390 $102,370 $66,350 - 147,450 4% 81%
11 Public relations specialists 390 $52,580 $31,760 - 94,330 18% 81%
12 Mechanical engineers 350 $80,910 $44,970 - 130,480 4% 78%
13 Managers, all other 320 $96,210 $53,860 - 139,000 7% 55%
14 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 320 $40,550 $17,760 - 66,880 18% 56%
15 Engineering managers 300 $129,180 $74,090 - 7% 84%
16 Network and computer systems administrators 270 $73,900 $41,750 - 117,670 27% 50%
17 Biological technicians 270 $36,160 $24,980 - 50,150 16% 60%
18 Electrical engineers 260 $80,450 $50,660 - 133,960 6% 81%
19 Engineers, all other 250 $86,510 $43,540 - 139,790 6% 82%
20 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 250 $83,680 $31,750 - 157,130 12% 51%
21 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 250 $28,050 $21,680 - 37,910 30% 77%
22 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 230 $46,920 $32,860 - 64,160 20% 87%
23 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 230 $46,320 $31,380 - 64,810 13% 73%
24 Child, family, and school social workers 230 $42,410 $23,170 - 63,590 19% 77%
25 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 230 $30,150 $21,610 - 39,360 15% 51%
26 Pharmacists 220 $110,100 $87,250 - 131,200 22% 97%
27 Medical and health services managers 220 $103,360 $51,410 - 161,860 16% 57%
28 Physical therapists 210 $63,750 $49,680 - 80,270 27% 89%
29 Computer programmers 200 $66,260 $36,580 - 99,190 -4% 73%
30 Graphic designers 200 $38,500 $25,520 - 55,210 10% 55%
31 Industrial engineers 190 $76,230 $44,490 - 112,480 20% 74%
32 Veterinarians 190 $70,090 $53,920 - 85,490 35% 100%
33 Computer systems analysts 180 $76,180 $53,680 - 102,920 29% 68%
34 Umpires, referees, and other sports officials 180 $21,560 $15,120 - 33,890 16% 60%
35 Lawyers 170 $122,220 $39,250 - 11% 99%
36 Natural sciences managers 170 $110,010 $82,140 - 147,920 11% 93%
37 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 170 $89,710 $59,210 - 144,610 8% 78%
38 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 170 $56,190 $41,900 - 74,670 12% 51%
39 Network systems and data communications analysts 170 $51,840 $28,810 - 82,390 53% 57%
40 Social and human service assistants 170 $28,480 $18,790 - 40,700 34% 58%
41 Financial analysts 160 $73,240 $37,410 - 121,560 34% 87%
42 Speech-language pathologists 160 $64,790 $44,330 - 93,680 11% 98%
43 Advertising sales agents 160 $60,580 $15,530 - 149,670 20% 56%
44 Librarians 160 $59,240 $40,960 - 88,430 4% 85%
45 Mental health counselors 160 $38,880 $25,510 - 58,890 30% 73%
46 Occupational therapists 150 $61,930 $46,330 - 82,170 23% 90%
47 Training and development specialists 150 $55,740 $34,350 - 80,480 18% 56%
48 Financial managers 140 $112,060 $70,540 - 13% 60%
49 Computer and information systems managers 130 $124,700 $83,430 - 16% 73%
50 Chemists 120 $53,260 $30,720 - 89,210 9% 93%
51 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 120 $51,270 $33,420 - 79,020 5% 58%
52 Sales managers 110 $93,350 $42,270 - 10% 69%
53 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 110 $73,760 $46,150 - 103,280 16% 99%
54 Sales and related workers, all other 110 $35,680 $15,460 - 53,390 14% 62%
55 Personal financial advisors 100 $76,140 $32,840 - 132,360 41% 81%
56 Biological scientists, all other 100 $68,230 $44,470 - 100,350 4% 95%
57 Medical and public health social workers 100 $37,460 $22,050 - 57,600 24% 77%
58 Floral designers 100 $21,510 $16,960 - 28,730 -9% 55%
59 Marketing managers 90 $122,270 $57,160 - 14% 69%
60 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 90 $69,150 $44,530 - 99,690 17% 56%
61 Database administrators 90 $66,450 $42,840 - 107,010 29% 72%
62 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 90 $56,270 $34,700 - 80,940 18% 56%
63 Environmental engineers 80 $67,000 $38,850 - 114,850 25% 86%
64 Social and community service managers 80 $60,900 $34,880 - 101,140 25% 72%
65 Instructional coordinators 80 $59,540 $36,980 - 84,890 23% 79%
66 Chief executives 70 $143,760 $53,940 - 2% 65%
67 Physician assistants 60 $81,860 $59,940 - 102,320 27% 67%
68 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 60 $75,200 $40,020 - 119,480 25% 93%
69 Technical writers 60 $65,560 $30,890 - 99,200 20% 74%
70 Surveyors 60 $64,380 $44,330 - 85,930 24% 82%
71 Urban and regional planners 60 $64,310 $45,240 - 85,690 15% 92%
72 Cartographers and photogrammetrists 60 $49,070 $30,810 - 71,710 20% 82%
73 Rehabilitation counselors 60 $43,380 $26,200 - 63,940 23% 73%
74 Social workers, all other 60 $39,190 $27,630 - 58,030 18% 77%
75 Hydrologists 50 $78,140 $52,030 - 103,330 24% 93%
76 Occupational health and safety specialists 50 $71,020 $39,970 - 98,180 8% 72%
77 Detectives and criminal investigators 50 $65,950 $41,570 - 83,580 17% 54%
78 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 50 $45,690 $28,170 - 67,240 15% 72%
79 Chiropractors 50 $45,390 $27,350 - 63,710 14% 98%
80 Community and social service specialists, all other 50 $43,530 $29,520 - 59,630 25% 58%
81 Dietitians and nutritionists 50 $41,270 $17,340 - 61,850 9% 72%
82 Meeting and convention planners 50 $36,590 $25,660 - 55,090 20% 67%
83 Purchasing managers 40 $120,090 $70,930 - 3% 57%
84 Agricultural engineers 40 $105,070 $54,590 - 153,510 9% 76%
85 Budget analysts 40 $70,850 $51,580 - 94,760 7% 78%
86 Landscape architects 40 $68,140 $43,990 - 100,570 16% 88%
87 Education administrators, all other 40 $66,070 $31,860 - 119,010 13% 78%
88 Fine artists, including painters, sculptors, and illustrators 40 $53,650 $29,120 - 93,870 10% 58%
89 Art directors 40 $49,010 $23,250 - 70,590 9% 58%
90 Health educators 40 $42,830 $24,030 - 65,380 26% 58%
91 Clergy 40 $40,800 $15,510 - 64,060 19% 75%
92 Therapists, all other 40 $0 $ - 10% 83%
93 Public relations managers 30 $104,700 $69,030 - 155,070 17% 75%
94 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 30 $68,100 $35,670 - 101,710 12% 94%
95 Optometrists 30 $67,870 $57,030 - 81,960 11% 100%
96 Interior designers 30 $43,650 $29,300 - 71,520 20% 55%
97 Producers and directors 30 $29,430 $15,930 - 51,810 11% 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 6,210 $22,930 $15,340 - 33,960 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 3,300 $19,550 $15,090 - 26,980 -3% 10%
3 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,280 $17,450 $15,060 - 20,260 18% 5%
4 Waiters and waitresses 3,040 $22,260 $15,000 - 35,740 11% 14%
5 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 2,930 $29,980 $20,240 - 40,370 1% 18%
6 General and operations managers 1,990 $86,990 $35,450 - 162,300 2% 48%
7 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,950 $25,570 $16,200 - 38,220 2% 5%
8 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,840 $33,230 $18,150 - 48,600 13% 16%
9 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,800 $41,520 $27,970 - 59,730 15% 18%
10 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,770 $23,190 $16,890 - 31,730 15% 4%
11 Receptionists and information clerks 1,650 $25,380 $15,890 - 36,350 17% 13%
12 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,490 $34,100 $21,400 - 49,600 10% 6%
13 Business operations specialists, all other 1,480 $63,960 $33,790 - 104,510 21% 49%
14 Cooks, restaurant 1,470 $22,660 $16,700 - 29,720 12% 5%
15 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,460 $25,130 $16,060 - 37,940 -8% 8%
16 Office clerks, general 1,410 $25,610 $16,020 - 37,420 13% 19%
17 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,310 $38,270 $21,960 - 57,240 4% 25%
18 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,230 $23,400 $16,920 - 33,200 18% 6%
19 Customer service representatives 1,170 $31,240 $18,730 - 48,370 25% 22%
20 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,020 $25,020 $19,930 - 31,360 18% 7%
21 Food preparation workers 980 $19,520 $15,330 - 26,110 15% 7%
22 Teacher assistants 960 $22,140 $17,510 - 27,040 10% 18%
23 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 930 $35,330 $23,380 - 50,260 10% 4%
24 Construction laborers 930 $28,060 $21,220 - 38,280 11% 5%
25 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 910 $18,740 $15,010 - 24,340 13% 5%
26 Carpenters 880 $35,780 $23,950 - 50,000 10% 6%
27 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 850 $39,200 $18,560 - 63,870 14% 4%
28 Computer support specialists 810 $48,490 $28,440 - 78,140 13% 43%
29 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 810 $48,360 $26,320 - 76,280 6% 29%
30 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 790 $30,530 $18,130 - 48,370 11% 14%
31 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 730 $48,890 $24,710 - 92,430 11% 4%
32 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 730 $28,920 $17,100 - 52,710 8% 4%
33 Electricians 700 $41,800 $28,690 - 57,010 7% 7%
34 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 660 $35,080 $23,750 - 50,220 14% 7%
35 Counter and rental clerks 660 $27,530 $16,940 - 38,230 23% 16%
36 Driver/sales workers 630 $21,600 $14,840 - 39,220 -5% 4%
37 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 620 $18,710 $15,500 - 23,840 12% 6%
38 Team assemblers 610 $28,880 $20,870 - 38,350 0% 5%
39 Bartenders 610 $19,790 $14,850 - 33,180 11% 17%
40 Dishwashers 610 $17,560 $14,990 - 20,840 10% 3%
41 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 600 $18,490 $15,140 - 23,770 10% 17%
42 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 590 $53,340 $32,960 - 79,850 -5% 15%
43 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 570 $38,150 $19,650 - 56,430 27% 47%
44 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 560 $28,310 $19,000 - 38,780 4% 6%
45 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 540 $59,180 $37,260 - 83,940 9% 10%
46 Medical assistants 530 $32,500 $24,120 - 40,960 35% 10%
47 Cement masons and concrete finishers 490 $30,270 $20,760 - 43,250 11% 2%
48 Tellers 490 $24,610 $20,430 - 31,000 14% 16%
49 Sales representatives, services, all other 480 $49,360 $19,400 - 80,780 28% 48%
50 Preschool teachers, except special education 460 $28,730 $19,140 - 46,420 26% 43%
51 Security guards 460 $23,150 $15,920 - 30,890 17% 13%
52 Construction managers 440 $52,240 $23,330 - 103,720 16% 29%
53 Personal and home care aides 430 $20,340 $16,890 - 24,830 51% 10%
54 Insurance sales agents 420 $40,460 $26,770 - 52,450 13% 45%
55 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 410 $23,200 $16,090 - 33,870 12% 6%
56 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 390 $62,230 $42,880 - 80,500 11% 33%
57 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 390 $59,980 $32,180 - 88,450 7% 13%
58 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 390 $42,610 $32,090 - 55,990 8% 3%
59 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 390 $31,230 $22,740 - 40,300 4% 15%
60 Packers and packagers, hand 390 $21,490 $15,000 - 35,970 -12% 3%
61 Painters, construction and maintenance 380 $36,150 $15,510 - 90,080 12% 6%
62 Industrial truck and tractor operators 380 $33,300 $21,270 - 47,740 -2% 2%
63 Food servers, nonrestaurant 380 $18,540 $15,140 - 23,730 16% 9%
64 All other information and record clerks 350 $41,500 $25,830 - 74,030 -13% 21%
65 Dental assistants 350 $36,880 $26,920 - 48,750 29% 9%
66 Veterinary technologists and technicians 350 $30,490 $21,920 - 40,460 41% 16%
67 Helpers--production workers 340 $25,070 $19,830 - 32,360 -1% 4%
68 Medical secretaries 330 $38,700 $25,650 - 50,720 17% 18%
69 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 330 $32,040 $20,920 - 48,490 -27% 6%
70 Recreation workers 330 $0 $ - 13% 47%
71 Physicians and surgeons, all other 320 $216,750 $146,680 - 0% 0%
72 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 310 $25,230 $18,850 - 32,290 11% 5%
73 Dental hygienists 300 $71,710 $59,940 - 83,380 30% 33%
74 Cost estimators 300 $59,490 $38,440 - 86,340 19% 32%
75 Pharmacy technicians 300 $33,120 $25,280 - 41,540 32% 16%
76 Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 300 $27,660 $17,950 - 39,900 3% 4%
77 Child care workers 300 $19,870 $15,010 - 25,750 18% 15%
78 Postal service mail carriers 300 $0 $ - 1% 11%
79 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 290 $61,310 $34,110 - 104,880 0% 42%
80 Brickmasons and blockmasons 290 $44,310 $32,380 - 53,910 10% 3%
81 Drywall and ceiling tile installers 290 $35,450 $23,070 - 45,970 7% 2%
82 Fire fighters 280 $50,920 $35,560 - 66,740 12% 18%
83 Machinists 280 $37,620 $23,080 - 51,760 -3% 3%
84 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 280 $18,480 $15,420 - 22,810 10% 8%
85 Architectural and civil drafters 270 $42,430 $28,850 - 61,560 6% 25%
86 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 260 $62,720 $31,830 - 110,700 4% 38%
87 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 260 $35,410 $24,530 - 50,660 5% 2%
88 Cooks, fast food 250 $18,060 $15,160 - 23,110 8% 5%
89 Protective service workers, all other 240 $33,030 $20,690 - 51,990 13% 31%
90 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 240 $32,490 $23,680 - 41,580 10% 24%
91 Cooks, short order 240 $18,260 $15,390 - 23,590 5% 5%
92 Paralegals and legal assistants 230 $41,320 $19,550 - 65,510 22% 45%
93 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 230 $20,290 $15,560 - 25,900 14% 3%
94 Amusement and recreation attendants 230 $18,990 $14,850 - 24,630 24% 22%
95 Home health aides 220 $21,050 $16,690 - 29,360 49% 7%
96 Parts salespersons 210 $32,330 $16,570 - 52,430 -2% 6%
97 Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers 210 $16,820 $15,070 - 19,440 17% 18%
98 Radiologic technologists and technicians 200 $54,120 $39,580 - 73,830 15% 25%
99 Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 200 $37,280 $18,240 - 63,430 8% 9%
100 Bill and account collectors 200 $36,320 $22,490 - 61,940 23% 13%
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Jobs More Common Near Fort Collins Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Umpires, referees, and other sports officials 21,560 180 35.6
Forest and conservation technicians 36,900 130 23.8
Boilermakers 47,680 140 16.6
Insulation workers, floor, ceiling, and wall 30,520 100 8.9
Biological technicians 36,160 270 5.7
Biological scientists, all other 68,230 100 5.5
Veterinary technologists and technicians 30,490 350 5.4
Natural sciences managers 110,010 170 4.8
Veterinarians 70,090 190 4.6
Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers 30,720 100 4.2
Protective service workers, all other 33,030 240 3.8
Business teachers, postsecondary 0 180 3.7
Mathematical science teachers, postsecondary 92,620 100 3.6
Brickmasons and blockmasons 44,310 290 3.4
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 27,660 300 3.4
Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters 31,470 130 3.4
Computer specialists, all other 76,920 560 3.2
Electronics engineers, except computer 102,370 390 3.2
Self-enrichment education teachers 31,000 440 3.2
Cement masons and concrete finishers 30,270 490 2.9
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 38,150 570 2.8
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 35,450 290 2.8
Architectural and civil drafters 42,430 270 2.6
Civil engineers 71,900 610 2.6
Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers 16,820 210 2.6
Mental health and substance abuse social workers 28,050 250 2.5
Food servers, nonrestaurant 18,540 380 2.4
Opticians, dispensing 31,460 110 2.4
Civil engineering technicians 40,310 170 2.4
Tire repairers and changers 21,930 170 2.4
Library technicians 31,390 200 2.3
Floral designers 21,510 100 2.3
Machine feeders and offbearers 35,320 190 2.3
Construction managers 52,240 440 2.2
Industrial engineering technicians 52,190 110 2.1
Driver/sales workers 21,600 630 2
Dental hygienists 71,710 300 2
Mental health counselors 38,880 160 1.9
Electrical engineers 80,450 260 1.9
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 48,890 730 1.9
Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 18,490 600 1.9
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 32,040 330 1.9
Cooks, restaurant 22,660 1,470 1.9
Cooks, short order 18,260 240 1.9
Occupational therapists 61,930 150 1.9
All other information and record clerks 41,500 350 1.9
Engineering managers 129,180 300 1.9
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 52,390 140 1.8
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 29,980 2,930 1.8
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 30,150 230 1.8

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Fort Collins, Colorado Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Machine feeders and offbearers 35,320 1.36 190
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 42,030 1.34 120
Medical secretaries 38,700 1.33 330
Advertising sales agents 60,580 1.29 160
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 52,390 1.29 140
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 62,230 1.28 390
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 64,640 1.27 140
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 38,150 1.26 570
All other information and record clerks 41,500 1.26 350
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 65,290 1.25 150
Electronics engineers, except computer 102,370 1.24 390
Computer and information systems managers 124,700 1.23 130
Automotive body and related repairers 48,190 1.23 110
Medical and health services managers 103,360 1.22 220
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 68,860 1.22 1,220
Physicians and surgeons, all other 216,750 1.22 320
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 61,940 1.21 150
Fire fighters 50,920 1.21 280
Financial managers 112,060 1.21 140
Network and computer systems administrators 73,900 1.2 270
Lawyers 122,220 1.19 170
Waiters and waitresses 22,260 1.19 3,040
Loan officers 70,010 1.18 170
Medical records and health information technicians 37,370 1.18 190
Counter and rental clerks 27,530 1.18 660
Bill and account collectors 36,320 1.18 200
Pharmacy technicians 33,120 1.18 300
Engineering managers 129,180 1.18 300
Managers, all other 96,210 1.16 320
Medical assistants 32,500 1.16 530
Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 61,310 1.16 290
Computer support specialists 48,490 1.16 810
Nonfarm animal caretakers 23,790 1.15 180
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 83,680 1.15 250
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 32,490 1.15 240
Dental assistants 36,880 1.14 350
Computer specialists, all other 76,920 1.14 560
Dental hygienists 71,710 1.13 300
Computer software engineers, applications 87,170 1.13 400
Preschool teachers, except special education 28,730 1.13 460
Librarians 59,240 1.13 160
File clerks 26,450 1.12 140
Industrial truck and tractor operators 33,300 1.11 380
Computer systems analysts 76,180 1.11 180
Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 73,760 1.11 110
Training and development specialists 55,740 1.11 150
Stock clerks and order fillers 25,130 1.1 1,460
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 89,710 1.1 170
Mechanical engineers 80,910 1.09 350
Business operations specialists, all other 63,960 1.09 1,480

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