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New Haven Employment

Employment and Industries in the New Haven, Connecticut Area

New Haven has a diverse economy. The primary elements of the economy include Yale University, healthcare, financial services, retail trade and professional services. Over half of the economy is based on services, especially healthcare, education and financial. New Haven also has a growing bio-technology industry, due primarily to Yale Medical School, pharmaceutical companies and local healthcare. Yale University and Yale Medical School also attract high-technology companies and research and development organizations. Yale University is the city's largest employer.

About 9% of the economy is based on manufacturing. Numerous types of goods are produced in the New Haven area, such as computer software, clocks, watches, tools, airplane parts and cutlery. In addition, New Haven is the state's largest wholesale distribution center.

New Haven's major employment sectors are shown below in descending order:

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

The city offers several business incentive programs that provide information and loans to the Bioscience, Aerospace and Information Technology industries. The Urban Jobs and Enterprise Zone Program offers income tax credits and property tax abatements for manufacturing companies as well as other types of assistance. The city of New Haven along with the state of Connecticut and numerous organizations offer programs that assist employers and workers in recruitment, placement and referral. Apprenticeships, manufacturing job placement and on-the-job training are also provided.

The major employers in New Haven are:

  • Yale University
  • Yale New Haven Hospital
  • Hospital of St Raphael
  • Southern New England Telephone Company
  • Southern Connecticut State University
  • The United Illuminating Company
  • New Haven Register
  • ASSA-ABLOY Sargent
  • Knights of Columbus
  • Pritchard Industries
  • New Haven Register
  • Gateway Community Technical College

Noteworthy data regarding New Haven: Regarding the population over the age of 25, about 27% have a bachelor's degree or better. The cost of living index in 2008 was 143.8 which is very high when compared to the country's average of 100. In 2007 the estimated median household income was $39,000.

Business organizations offering assistance to New Haven companies include:

The New Haven Register offers current information regarding the business endeavors in New Haven.

Most Popular Jobs in New Haven, Connecticut 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 7,200 $71,800 $53,720 - 95,190 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 3,320 $59,540 $35,740 - 82,630 14% 95%
3 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 2,750 $76,980 $30,440 - 8% 51%
4 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 2,480 $59,150 $36,660 - 83,940 6% 96%
5 Accountants and auditors 1,850 $69,750 $41,550 - 102,500 18% 79%
6 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 1,650 $75,610 $36,340 - 134,690 12% 51%
7 Financial managers 1,610 $96,830 $53,950 - 153,640 13% 60%
8 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,530 $61,530 $39,470 - 83,100 11% 95%
9 Social and human service assistants 1,280 $37,730 $19,690 - 54,730 34% 58%
10 Lawyers 1,150 $125,500 $61,610 - 11% 99%
11 Child, family, and school social workers 1,000 $58,610 $34,520 - 80,760 19% 77%
12 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 980 $60,430 $44,310 - 79,880 12% 51%
13 Medical and health services managers 900 $113,180 $60,770 - 16% 57%
14 Sales managers 880 $120,230 $64,740 - 10% 69%
15 Network and computer systems administrators 820 $66,450 $41,580 - 94,940 27% 50%
16 Rehabilitation counselors 800 $38,850 $23,160 - 69,080 23% 73%
17 Computer and information systems managers 790 $104,100 $61,950 - 160,770 16% 73%
18 Chief executives 780 $166,230 $82,500 - 2% 65%
19 Network systems and data communications analysts 770 $79,970 $56,930 - 101,750 53% 57%
20 Education administrators, postsecondary 760 $96,260 $51,300 - 151,920 14% 78%
21 Computer systems analysts 760 $69,820 $40,910 - 103,850 29% 68%
22 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 710 $58,830 $29,680 - 87,380 13% 73%
23 Computer programmers 700 $98,260 $52,380 - -4% 73%
24 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 700 $51,610 $30,740 - 76,590 15% 51%
25 Computer software engineers, applications 690 $83,250 $48,350 - 123,240 45% 85%
26 Industrial engineers 680 $73,630 $54,530 - 98,570 20% 74%
27 Physical therapists 640 $71,530 $45,820 - 102,430 27% 89%
28 Civil engineers 620 $69,820 $47,460 - 97,430 18% 87%
29 Management analysts 600 $82,590 $46,470 - 126,640 22% 78%
30 Librarians 590 $67,590 $42,580 - 97,540 4% 85%
31 Social and community service managers 580 $58,350 $37,290 - 85,790 25% 72%
32 Coaches and scouts 570 $39,860 $16,440 - 71,310 15% 60%
33 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 550 $106,400 $63,600 - 136,100 8% 78%
34 Graphic designers 540 $50,410 $30,270 - 68,600 10% 55%
35 Marketing managers 530 $96,370 $56,450 - 159,330 14% 69%
36 Training and development specialists 530 $54,410 $29,090 - 84,350 18% 56%
37 Managers, all other 480 $86,110 $41,400 - 138,830 7% 55%
38 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 480 $66,400 $43,240 - 87,680 20% 87%
39 Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 470 $95,050 $52,310 - 149,210 20% 99%
40 Teachers and instructors, all other 470 $45,230 $30,270 - 65,500 9% 54%
41 Mental health counselors 470 $40,190 $26,900 - 58,030 30% 73%
42 Biological technicians 460 $47,700 $35,880 - 66,790 16% 60%
43 Engineering managers 430 $111,970 $74,850 - 7% 84%
44 Natural sciences managers 430 $107,150 $59,120 - 11% 93%
45 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 430 $66,090 $41,200 - 99,750 5% 58%
46 Pharmacists 400 $106,240 $84,220 - 132,060 22% 97%
47 Special education teachers, secondary school 400 $62,460 $32,080 - 90,130 9% 87%
48 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 400 $47,050 $29,180 - 68,980 30% 77%
49 Market research analysts 390 $57,410 $29,480 - 91,850 20% 82%
50 Public relations specialists 370 $51,610 $30,500 - 78,620 18% 81%
51 Financial analysts 360 $76,300 $52,800 - 112,080 34% 87%
52 Mechanical engineers 360 $71,920 $53,620 - 98,580 4% 78%
53 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 360 $62,020 $33,140 - 110,230 18% 56%
54 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 350 $99,180 $19,990 - 25% 67%
55 Self-enrichment education teachers 350 $56,890 $27,610 - 82,600 23% 54%
56 Physician assistants 330 $94,710 $71,810 - 123,010 27% 67%
57 Architects, except landscape and naval 310 $92,980 $56,710 - 150,520 18% 88%
58 Computer software engineers, systems software 300 $83,650 $54,250 - 115,350 28% 85%
59 Electronics engineers, except computer 290 $84,810 $56,810 - 120,640 4% 81%
60 Occupational therapists 290 $72,810 $51,220 - 104,520 23% 90%
61 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 280 $69,790 $44,170 - 99,510 16% 99%
62 Community and social service specialists, all other 280 $41,270 $25,340 - 58,510 25% 58%
63 Speech-language pathologists 270 $72,270 $49,640 - 97,130 11% 98%
64 Medical and public health social workers 270 $59,570 $38,430 - 82,860 24% 77%
65 Chemists 250 $76,960 $41,530 - 110,090 9% 93%
66 Instructional coordinators 240 $63,460 $41,030 - 101,460 23% 79%
67 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 240 $58,220 $16,490 - 86,540 17% 56%
68 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 240 $45,070 $33,470 - 56,130 34% 73%
69 Insurance underwriters 230 $67,500 $41,170 - 100,790 6% 53%
70 Purchasing managers 210 $84,120 $53,890 - 121,030 3% 57%
71 Electrical engineers 210 $79,610 $50,330 - 109,000 6% 81%
72 Personal financial advisors 200 $100,880 $45,570 - 41% 81%
73 Detectives and criminal investigators 200 $79,450 $55,570 - 109,510 17% 54%
74 Database administrators 190 $76,800 $45,680 - 109,060 29% 72%
75 Special education teachers, middle school 190 $63,770 $44,830 - 83,580 16% 87%
76 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 180 $69,360 $43,630 - 87,790 -5% 96%
77 Advertising sales agents 180 $54,730 $29,540 - 95,040 20% 56%
78 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 180 $36,190 $16,440 - 61,050 14% 54%
79 Dentists, general 160 $151,670 $61,320 - 9% 100%
80 Sales engineers 150 $82,320 $47,610 - 114,910 9% 79%
81 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 150 $54,070 $30,720 - 86,900 24% 78%
82 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 140 $78,160 $56,910 - 104,240 15% 72%
83 Public relations managers 130 $101,500 $55,430 - 17% 75%
84 Human resources managers, all other 120 $105,080 $68,290 - 137,120 11% 58%
85 Compensation and benefits managers 120 $77,250 $45,410 - 116,200 12% 58%
86 Computer specialists, all other 120 $59,250 $25,830 - 93,160 15% 68%
87 Floral designers 120 $30,560 $18,370 - 42,480 -9% 55%
88 Budget analysts 110 $76,370 $58,990 - 100,470 7% 78%
89 Financial specialists, all other 110 $66,650 $37,300 - 115,860 12% 50%
90 Sales and related workers, all other 110 $48,290 $26,510 - 91,540 14% 62%
91 Reporters and correspondents 110 $41,510 $23,060 - 70,210 1% 85%
92 Statisticians 100 $85,920 $61,390 - 116,300 9% 93%
93 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 100 $79,450 $55,900 - 111,020 12% 94%
94 Producers and directors 100 $79,450 $34,390 - 11% 75%
95 Surveyors 100 $56,070 $28,640 - 138,250 24% 82%
96 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 100 $53,860 $35,320 - 76,440 18% 56%
97 Training and development managers 90 $100,240 $48,540 - 16% 58%
98 Computer hardware engineers 90 $84,690 $29,580 - 133,730 5% 70%
99 Engineers, all other 90 $76,070 $44,910 - 112,370 6% 82%
100 Occupational health and safety specialists 90 $67,560 $46,990 - 90,510 8% 72%

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 9,070 $27,200 $16,920 - 42,050 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 7,160 $20,960 $16,480 - 26,330 -3% 10%
3 Customer service representatives 5,420 $36,250 $20,130 - 55,280 25% 22%
4 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 5,420 $28,870 $18,250 - 42,920 15% 4%
5 Teacher assistants 5,010 $29,110 $18,200 - 41,350 10% 18%
6 Office clerks, general 4,970 $30,750 $17,890 - 44,170 13% 19%
7 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 4,750 $28,810 $18,790 - 37,990 18% 7%
8 Waiters and waitresses 4,740 $20,680 $15,920 - 29,120 11% 14%
9 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 4,410 $35,390 $24,800 - 48,940 1% 18%
10 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 4,210 $38,820 $26,210 - 53,350 13% 16%
11 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 3,900 $53,200 $34,070 - 76,050 6% 29%
12 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 3,840 $46,630 $33,280 - 62,740 15% 18%
13 General and operations managers 3,790 $120,140 $56,730 - 2% 48%
14 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 3,690 $28,130 $18,110 - 39,940 2% 5%
15 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,050 $20,420 $16,640 - 26,710 18% 5%
16 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 2,950 $45,530 $29,220 - 60,710 10% 4%
17 Food preparation workers 2,690 $24,260 $17,350 - 33,330 15% 7%
18 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,680 $26,510 $17,490 - 40,680 -8% 8%
19 Receptionists and information clerks 2,670 $31,170 $21,850 - 41,820 17% 13%
20 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 2,670 $19,600 $16,750 - 23,760 10% 8%
21 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 2,610 $42,150 $24,890 - 63,920 4% 25%
22 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 2,480 $33,050 $20,200 - 49,410 8% 4%
23 Home health aides 2,080 $25,680 $21,200 - 32,040 49% 7%
24 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,930 $30,530 $19,430 - 43,400 18% 6%
25 Team assemblers 1,920 $27,890 $18,770 - 39,040 0% 5%
26 Packers and packagers, hand 1,890 $23,040 $16,900 - 32,390 -12% 3%
27 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,750 $43,570 $27,600 - 61,610 10% 6%
28 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,590 $55,560 $34,870 - 79,530 -5% 15%
29 Personal and home care aides 1,590 $20,370 $16,910 - 25,020 51% 10%
30 Security guards 1,560 $30,600 $20,280 - 43,470 17% 13%
31 Machinists 1,550 $32,340 $20,530 - 47,200 -3% 3%
32 Construction laborers 1,530 $43,660 $27,230 - 71,750 11% 5%
33 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 1,510 $30,490 $19,040 - 44,560 4% 6%
34 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,460 $50,200 $37,970 - 63,790 14% 7%
35 Carpenters 1,430 $48,070 $26,200 - 67,210 10% 6%
36 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,370 $40,630 $25,250 - 59,080 14% 4%
37 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 1,360 $56,360 $39,660 - 73,550 11% 33%
38 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 1,320 $37,370 $26,920 - 51,570 4% 15%
39 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,310 $37,650 $20,440 - 54,750 11% 14%
40 Telemarketers 1,280 $28,120 $16,970 - 50,180 -10% 14%
41 Bus drivers, school 1,260 $29,500 $21,980 - 41,050 9% 4%
42 Structural metal fabricators and fitters 1,250 $27,810 $18,270 - 37,120 -0% 0%
43 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 1,200 $35,890 $23,290 - 50,830 -7% 14%
44 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 1,190 $60,750 $38,480 - 80,390 11% 4%
45 Child care workers 1,180 $24,430 $17,130 - 32,790 18% 15%
46 Helpers--production workers 1,130 $24,330 $17,350 - 36,320 -1% 4%
47 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,130 $22,480 $16,990 - 30,270 13% 5%
48 Business operations specialists, all other 1,110 $59,090 $16,480 - 94,640 21% 49%
49 Cooks, fast food 1,090 $21,790 $16,600 - 30,370 8% 5%
50 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 1,070 $25,390 $17,750 - 32,710 -27% 6%
51 Cooks, restaurant 1,060 $30,100 $20,100 - 45,000 12% 5%
52 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 1,050 $69,960 $50,750 - 95,400 9% 10%
53 Electricians 1,040 $51,020 $28,320 - 73,560 7% 7%
54 Recreation workers 960 $27,920 $17,620 - 47,020 13% 47%
55 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 930 $68,970 $41,430 - 99,000 7% 13%
56 Tellers 930 $27,080 $21,600 - 32,740 14% 16%
57 Bartenders 900 $22,670 $16,480 - 38,370 11% 17%
58 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 880 $26,480 $16,470 - 47,160 12% 6%
59 Dishwashers 870 $20,050 $16,730 - 25,050 10% 3%
60 Aircraft mechanics and service technicians 850 $52,550 $39,200 - 65,180 11% 11%
61 Computer support specialists 820 $50,550 $29,460 - 69,990 13% 43%
62 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 800 $68,480 $42,080 - 101,140 4% 38%
63 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 800 $45,370 $26,470 - 67,540 4% 30%
64 Medical assistants 800 $35,590 $25,690 - 48,380 35% 10%
65 Paralegals and legal assistants 790 $43,640 $26,080 - 61,840 22% 45%
66 Postal service mail carriers 790 $0 $ - 1% 11%
67 Sales representatives, services, all other 770 $62,680 $28,850 - 105,000 28% 48%
68 Medical secretaries 740 $35,000 $27,240 - 42,770 17% 18%
69 Administrative services managers 720 $70,180 $36,000 - 106,410 12% 40%
70 Counter and rental clerks 720 $27,010 $17,670 - 44,430 23% 16%
71 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 710 $42,530 $26,530 - 62,300 -1% 22%
72 Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 710 $32,450 $21,180 - 47,210 -15% 0%
73 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 700 $50,430 $29,220 - 73,000 9% 3%
74 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 690 $0 $ - -8% 12%
75 Industrial truck and tractor operators 680 $29,770 $21,290 - 39,730 -2% 2%
76 Radiologic technologists and technicians 650 $61,210 $44,760 - 81,800 15% 25%
77 Electromechanical equipment assemblers 650 $30,130 $23,480 - 37,590 -9% 6%
78 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 620 $34,820 $22,300 - 49,960 11% 5%
79 Insurance sales agents 600 $64,730 $35,920 - 109,900 13% 45%
80 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 600 $46,040 $29,160 - 69,060 12% 3%
81 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 570 $55,410 $36,670 - 81,550 8% 3%
82 Library technicians 570 $36,970 $20,860 - 54,690 9% 27%
83 Pharmacy technicians 570 $34,280 $21,970 - 46,680 32% 16%
84 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 570 $25,300 $17,870 - 34,170 -5% 5%
85 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 570 $20,270 $16,580 - 25,880 12% 6%
86 Physicians and surgeons, all other 540 $165,080 $50,340 - 0% 0%
87 Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 540 $34,670 $23,290 - 49,840 -7% 0%
88 Cooks, short order 540 $25,370 $18,140 - 31,540 5% 5%
89 Bill and account collectors 530 $39,300 $28,520 - 51,740 23% 13%
90 Healthcare support workers, all other 530 $34,360 $21,040 - 49,850 16% 10%
91 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 520 $35,120 $26,990 - 46,710 10% 24%
92 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 510 $52,170 $28,480 - 76,630 10% 17%
93 Construction managers 500 $100,380 $54,450 - 16% 29%
94 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 500 $60,540 $41,810 - 83,870 0% 42%
95 Printing machine operators 500 $33,300 $21,460 - 50,170 -6% 6%
96 Dental assistants 490 $42,050 $30,700 - 51,930 29% 9%
97 Data entry keyers 490 $29,230 $21,790 - 39,030 -5% 18%
98 Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 490 $25,010 $19,900 - 30,980 13% 15%
99 Material moving workers, all other 480 $27,630 $17,100 - 48,690 1% 6%
100 Tool and die makers 480 $0 $ - -10% 5%
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Jobs More Common Near New Haven Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Choreographers 47,690 130 11.2
Material moving workers, all other 27,630 480 7.7
Electromechanical equipment assemblers 30,130 650 6.7
Psychology teachers, postsecondary 92,960 300 6.2
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 27,810 1,250 6
Internists, general 180,550 470 5.8
Motorboat mechanics 46,600 100 5.4
Natural sciences managers 107,150 430 5
Education administrators, postsecondary 96,260 760 4.5
Rehabilitation counselors 38,850 800 4.2
Aircraft mechanics and service technicians 52,550 850 4
Biological technicians 47,700 460 4
Residential advisors 25,560 320 3.8
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 34,670 540 3.8
Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door 57,830 230 3.6
Rolling machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 40,020 170 3.5
Tool and die makers 0 480 3.1
Security and fire alarm systems installers 47,710 370 3.1
Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary 77,210 200 3
Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials 22,430 340 2.9
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 60,430 980 2.9
Business teachers, postsecondary 79,810 320 2.8
Library technicians 36,970 570 2.7
Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 95,050 470 2.7
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 25,390 1,070 2.6
Education teachers, postsecondary 68,700 210 2.5
Statisticians 85,920 100 2.5
Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 19,600 2,670 2.5
Social and community service managers 58,350 580 2.4
Mental health counselors 40,190 470 2.3
Diagnostic medical sonographers 68,810 220 2.3
Physician assistants 94,710 330 2.3
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 51,610 700 2.3
Service station attendants 19,590 300 2.2
Drilling and boring machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 31,210 100 2.2
Surgical technologists 40,610 390 2.2
Highway maintenance workers 47,090 390 2.1
Mathematical science teachers, postsecondary 69,600 140 2.1
Loan counselors 40,770 110 2.1
Teacher assistants 29,110 5,010 2
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 31,300 320 2
Grinding and polishing workers, hand 31,520 120 2
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 81,980 310 2
Social and human service assistants 37,730 1,280 2
Audio and video equipment technicians 43,420 150 2
Machinists 32,340 1,550 2
Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 79,450 100 1.9
Telemarketers 28,120 1,280 1.9
Librarians 67,590 590 1.9
Photographic processing machine operators 20,900 160 1.9

Work Paying Relatively Well in the New Haven, Connecticut Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 78,160 1.54 140
Computer programmers 98,260 1.53 700
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers 33,600 1.52 180
Self-enrichment education teachers 56,890 1.48 350
Production workers, all other 42,870 1.48 220
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 34,820 1.47 620
Protective service workers, all other 45,380 1.46 110
Chefs and head cooks 58,790 1.45 200
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 51,610 1.45 700
Child, family, and school social workers 58,610 1.44 1,000
First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers 60,400 1.43 290
First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 49,290 1.41 340
Construction laborers 43,660 1.4 1,530
Cooks, restaurant 30,100 1.39 1,060
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 43,090 1.37 410
Psychology teachers, postsecondary 92,960 1.37 300
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 76,980 1.36 2,750
Architectural and civil drafters 59,370 1.36 240
Eligibility interviewers, government programs 51,020 1.36 170
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 41,420 1.35 280
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 40,740 1.35 460
Highway maintenance workers 47,090 1.34 390
Medical and health services managers 113,180 1.34 900
Food servers, nonrestaurant 26,950 1.34 410
Driver/sales workers 35,000 1.34 360
Food service managers 64,620 1.33 460
Social and human service assistants 37,730 1.33 1,280
Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 66,400 1.33 480
Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 73,710 1.32 120
Property, real estate, and community association managers 70,850 1.32 390
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 69,360 1.32 180
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 60,750 1.32 1,190
Detectives and criminal investigators 79,450 1.31 200
Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 66,090 1.31 430
Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 45,640 1.31 300
Teacher assistants 29,110 1.31 5,010
Dental assistants 42,050 1.3 490
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 106,400 1.3 550
Receptionists and information clerks 31,170 1.3 2,670
Medical transcriptionists 41,970 1.3 130
Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 32,260 1.3 260
Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 62,020 1.3 360
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 55,410 1.3 570
Medical and public health social workers 59,570 1.29 270
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 25,710 1.29 320
Fire fighters 54,340 1.29 470
Security and fire alarm systems installers 47,710 1.29 370
English language and literature teachers, postsecondary 78,460 1.29 150
Librarians 67,590 1.29 590
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 42,530 1.28 710

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