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Wilmington Employment

Employment and Industries in the Wilmington, Delaware Area

Wilmington is known as a major national center for the credit card industry. Numerous national and international banks including Bank of America, Barclays, MBNA Bank and Chase have facilities in Wilmington. Numerous Delaware retail banking headquarters are also located in the city. Insurance is another significant element of the economy. American Life Insurance and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Delaware are located in Wilmington. Legal services also contribute to the economy.

The city has a large per capita population of lawyers. Also, due to Delaware's favorable corporate franchise tax laws and the nationally recognized Court of Chancery, Wilmington is the corporate domicile of about 50% of the publicly traded companies in the nation and about 60% of the Fortune 500 firms.

The largest sectors for employment in Wilmington are shown below:

  • Healthcare
  • Banking
  • Manufacturing
  • Trade
  • Government
  • Education

Some of the most popular occupations in Wilmington which are primarily filled by college graduates include registered nurses, accountants and auditors, teachers, computer systems analysts, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives, lawyers, financial managers, financial analysts, management analysts and market research analysts.

The Delaware Economic Development Office collaborates with educational organizations in order to provide skill training that meets the specifications of Wilmington companies. Training contracts are arranged with colleges, vocational schools and independent agencies.

A list of the largest employers in Wilmington is provided below:

  • MBNA Corps
  • E.I. Du Pont de Nemours Co
  • Christina Care Health Services
  • Alfred I. du Pont Institute (Medical Campus)
  • Astra-Zeneca
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware
  • Du Pont Hospital for Children/Nemours Children's Clinic
  • First Bank of Delaware
  • IKO
  • MBNA Headquarters
  • PFPC Inc
  • TechniData America LLC
  • Vandemark & Lynch
  • Wilmington Trust Corporation
  • Hercules

Notable information about Wilmington: About 21% of the residents over the age of 25 hold a bachelor's degree or better. The estimated household income in 2007 was $37,000. In 2008 the cost of living index in Wilmington was at 106.1. The nation's average is 100.

Wilmington companies have access to business organizations such as:

The Delawareonline.com offers up-to-date information regarding the business activities in Wilmington.

Most Popular Jobs in Wilmington, Delaware 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 7,530 $69,150 $51,130 - 84,390 24% 56%
2 Accountants and auditors 4,160 $70,660 $40,090 - 107,760 18% 79%
3 Elementary school teachers, except special education 3,850 $55,260 $36,250 - 79,380 14% 95%
4 Computer systems analysts 2,700 $84,490 $38,050 - 130,390 29% 68%
5 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 2,210 $71,750 $33,250 - 126,200 8% 51%
6 Lawyers 2,080 $148,870 $71,860 - 11% 99%
7 Financial managers 2,010 $127,100 $73,720 - 13% 60%
8 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,870 $56,530 $37,740 - 80,450 11% 95%
9 Financial analysts 1,820 $81,010 $42,960 - 131,420 34% 87%
10 Management analysts 1,810 $83,480 $46,280 - 130,490 22% 78%
11 Market research analysts 1,760 $75,560 $43,760 - 110,610 20% 82%
12 Computer programmers 1,650 $78,600 $45,960 - 108,330 -4% 73%
13 Teachers and instructors, all other 1,620 $39,510 $21,340 - 67,410 9% 54%
14 Computer software engineers, applications 1,280 $89,670 $58,110 - 123,140 45% 85%
15 Computer and information systems managers 1,180 $132,490 $87,100 - 16% 73%
16 Child, family, and school social workers 1,180 $42,440 $27,960 - 62,050 19% 77%
17 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 1,160 $92,130 $52,910 - 135,490 12% 51%
18 Chemists 1,130 $85,380 $44,380 - 130,270 9% 93%
19 Network and computer systems administrators 1,100 $76,120 $41,680 - 123,400 27% 50%
20 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 1,080 $78,110 $34,220 - 132,210 25% 67%
21 Sales managers 990 $120,190 $60,900 - 10% 69%
22 Marketing managers 900 $134,060 $75,000 - 14% 69%
23 Personal financial advisors 890 $88,510 $49,880 - 143,430 41% 81%
24 Industrial engineers 890 $82,500 $51,060 - 118,490 20% 74%
25 Computer software engineers, systems software 790 $99,690 $64,910 - 141,920 28% 85%
26 Training and development specialists 770 $63,580 $37,740 - 92,630 18% 56%
27 Medical and health services managers 760 $88,540 $53,900 - 130,710 16% 57%
28 Electrical engineers 710 $90,520 $52,090 - 129,310 6% 81%
29 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 700 $53,980 $31,960 - 83,140 13% 73%
30 Civil engineers 690 $90,720 $56,870 - 129,150 18% 87%
31 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 690 $55,370 $32,780 - 85,160 5% 58%
32 Social and human service assistants 680 $29,850 $19,530 - 41,450 34% 58%
33 Mechanical engineers 670 $83,800 $52,820 - 119,860 4% 78%
34 Network systems and data communications analysts 650 $83,250 $47,360 - 123,920 53% 57%
35 Pharmacists 630 $104,040 $76,530 - 131,970 22% 97%
36 Biological technicians 610 $54,560 $31,710 - 68,450 16% 60%
37 Social and community service managers 590 $62,710 $41,590 - 86,860 25% 72%
38 Public relations specialists 580 $61,330 $35,330 - 99,910 18% 81%
39 Biochemists and biophysicists 560 $105,450 $52,640 - 140,170 16% 95%
40 Database administrators 560 $77,460 $46,430 - 113,330 29% 72%
41 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 560 $51,060 $33,680 - 76,460 20% 87%
42 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 550 $58,670 $31,650 - 98,290 18% 56%
43 Insurance underwriters 540 $60,870 $35,600 - 97,040 6% 53%
44 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 540 $43,260 $30,150 - 58,780 30% 77%
45 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 520 $105,980 $79,890 - 134,050 8% 78%
46 Chemical engineers 490 $97,130 $70,990 - 135,520 8% 91%
47 Managers, all other 480 $112,750 $63,970 - 7% 55%
48 Physical therapists 480 $74,640 $53,350 - 103,060 27% 89%
49 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 440 $63,430 $41,940 - 92,870 17% 56%
50 Special education teachers, middle school 420 $57,270 $39,420 - 81,790 16% 87%
51 Librarians 410 $60,640 $36,260 - 83,640 4% 85%
52 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 400 $65,160 $40,510 - 100,190 18% 56%
53 Chief executives 390 $197,280 $115,250 - 2% 65%
54 Natural sciences managers 390 $155,120 $94,230 - 11% 93%
55 Engineering managers 390 $132,060 $90,330 - 7% 84%
56 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 390 $59,340 $39,020 - 82,440 -5% 96%
57 Engineers, all other 380 $70,400 $36,310 - 126,290 6% 82%
58 Rehabilitation counselors 380 $33,070 $21,910 - 49,830 23% 73%
59 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 350 $56,190 $42,060 - 71,440 12% 51%
60 Self-enrichment education teachers 350 $45,920 $24,070 - 76,200 23% 54%
61 Instructional coordinators 340 $59,150 $36,380 - 86,510 23% 79%
62 Graphic designers 340 $45,390 $25,970 - 66,820 10% 55%
63 Operations research analysts 330 $76,890 $45,470 - 125,450 11% 71%
64 Dietitians and nutritionists 330 $52,550 $41,960 - 64,680 9% 72%
65 Dentists, general 290 $180,070 $87,780 - 9% 100%
66 Speech-language pathologists 290 $75,630 $54,380 - 102,380 11% 98%
67 Special education teachers, secondary school 290 $60,970 $39,940 - 85,090 9% 87%
68 Computer specialists, all other 280 $68,830 $38,120 - 97,820 15% 68%
69 Community and social service specialists, all other 280 $36,710 $25,880 - 51,550 25% 58%
70 Education administrators, postsecondary 270 $84,810 $45,590 - 138,750 14% 78%
71 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 260 $69,310 $40,440 - 92,380 16% 99%
72 Occupational therapists 260 $63,430 $36,570 - 91,950 23% 90%
73 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 250 $29,720 $21,770 - 40,570 11% 55%
74 Compensation and benefits managers 240 $110,990 $67,930 - 12% 58%
75 Environmental engineers 240 $74,460 $39,370 - 113,950 25% 86%
76 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 230 $44,510 $27,820 - 72,160 24% 78%
77 Meeting and convention planners 200 $50,010 $33,830 - 70,210 20% 67%
78 Medical and public health social workers 200 $49,560 $34,670 - 65,000 24% 77%
79 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 190 $62,530 $42,100 - 95,600 25% 93%
80 Editors 190 $57,840 $40,190 - 82,030 2% 81%
81 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 190 $35,380 $22,510 - 53,670 34% 73%
82 Sales engineers 180 $86,680 $48,870 - 120,950 9% 79%
83 Physician assistants 180 $83,290 $68,230 - 105,370 27% 67%
84 Surveyors 180 $57,650 $35,700 - 83,970 24% 82%
85 Marriage and family therapists 180 $51,260 $42,190 - 63,420 30% 73%
86 Public relations managers 160 $123,090 $69,810 - 17% 75%
87 Purchasing managers 160 $110,030 $64,120 - 158,630 3% 57%
88 Architects, except landscape and naval 160 $84,980 $55,880 - 112,440 18% 88%
89 Detectives and criminal investigators 160 $77,370 $55,300 - 98,710 17% 54%
90 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 160 $43,010 $26,540 - 60,040 15% 51%
91 Occupational health and safety specialists 150 $57,080 $39,430 - 85,680 8% 72%
92 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 150 $47,550 $20,830 - 67,190 14% 54%
93 Veterinarians 140 $104,940 $62,520 - 160,260 35% 100%
94 Actuaries 140 $104,220 $56,550 - 164,470 24% 99%
95 Mental health counselors 140 $40,630 $24,780 - 59,270 30% 73%
96 Legislators 140 $37,440 $15,220 - 88,570 1% 65%
97 Human resources managers, all other 130 $131,870 $73,690 - 11% 58%
98 Interior designers 130 $42,130 $17,460 - 59,230 20% 55%
99 Chiropractors 120 $95,030 $53,530 - 14% 98%
100 Advertising sales agents 120 $54,550 $24,980 - 99,930 20% 56%

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 11,510 $24,860 $15,660 - 38,960 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 9,320 $20,000 $15,500 - 26,150 -3% 10%
3 Office clerks, general 8,390 $27,970 $15,880 - 41,050 13% 19%
4 Customer service representatives 6,830 $36,740 $22,130 - 54,950 25% 22%
5 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 5,660 $23,780 $15,610 - 35,620 15% 4%
6 Waiters and waitresses 5,240 $21,120 $15,430 - 30,210 11% 14%
7 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 5,070 $28,780 $17,880 - 41,620 2% 5%
8 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 4,860 $36,640 $23,420 - 51,000 13% 16%
9 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 4,850 $17,890 $15,060 - 23,090 18% 5%
10 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 4,750 $32,320 $21,190 - 46,730 1% 18%
11 Stock clerks and order fillers 4,730 $23,040 $15,660 - 33,220 -8% 8%
12 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 4,260 $43,920 $29,380 - 61,980 15% 18%
13 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 4,030 $29,170 $22,290 - 38,150 18% 7%
14 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 3,800 $54,250 $33,450 - 80,400 6% 29%
15 General and operations managers 3,780 $127,560 $58,590 - 2% 48%
16 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 3,520 $42,520 $28,470 - 60,650 10% 4%
17 Security guards 3,110 $24,590 $18,010 - 32,790 17% 13%
18 Receptionists and information clerks 2,840 $25,960 $17,600 - 36,120 17% 13%
19 Maintenance and repair workers, general 2,830 $38,020 $20,080 - 60,010 10% 6%
20 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 2,710 $42,660 $24,730 - 67,320 4% 25%
21 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 2,600 $22,060 $15,310 - 32,000 10% 8%
22 Construction laborers 2,570 $32,380 $21,560 - 48,690 11% 5%
23 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 2,270 $31,780 $17,490 - 49,260 8% 4%
24 Teacher assistants 2,270 $26,090 $16,590 - 40,270 10% 18%
25 Bill and account collectors 2,200 $33,610 $25,240 - 43,610 23% 13%
26 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 2,130 $25,900 $17,700 - 34,100 18% 6%
27 Cooks, restaurant 2,120 $24,290 $17,390 - 31,740 12% 5%
28 Sales representatives, services, all other 2,030 $61,900 $29,220 - 112,170 28% 48%
29 Carpenters 2,010 $49,080 $32,020 - 69,970 10% 6%
30 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 1,850 $65,910 $45,240 - 90,960 9% 10%
31 Medical secretaries 1,830 $33,710 $24,110 - 45,850 17% 18%
32 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,770 $35,400 $21,060 - 52,210 11% 14%
33 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,760 $47,080 $34,580 - 60,830 14% 7%
34 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,750 $37,850 $20,770 - 58,730 14% 4%
35 Computer support specialists 1,730 $57,330 $36,240 - 83,290 13% 43%
36 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 1,730 $35,750 $26,230 - 48,010 4% 15%
37 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 1,720 $31,140 $18,630 - 47,590 4% 6%
38 Home health aides 1,690 $25,610 $21,160 - 32,050 49% 7%
39 Electricians 1,680 $52,580 $32,470 - 81,020 7% 7%
40 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,670 $20,640 $15,720 - 26,790 13% 5%
41 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 1,460 $59,250 $41,270 - 80,570 11% 33%
42 Chemical technicians 1,450 $56,520 $35,520 - 69,730 6% 37%
43 Business operations specialists, all other 1,410 $61,700 $29,230 - 95,580 21% 49%
44 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,320 $31,100 $21,870 - 41,030 -2% 2%
45 Preschool teachers, except special education 1,320 $25,080 $17,310 - 35,250 26% 43%
46 Dishwashers 1,310 $18,480 $15,490 - 22,540 10% 3%
47 Bartenders 1,290 $21,510 $15,470 - 32,440 11% 17%
48 Bus drivers, school 1,280 $28,560 $25,150 - 32,630 9% 4%
49 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 1,240 $53,220 $33,260 - 76,040 11% 4%
50 Food preparation workers 1,200 $20,630 $15,170 - 29,070 15% 7%
51 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 1,180 $30,020 $15,790 - 49,200 12% 6%
52 Loan interviewers and clerks 1,160 $35,340 $26,990 - 48,140 -1% 24%
53 Counter and rental clerks 1,160 $25,390 $15,470 - 39,460 23% 16%
54 Tellers 1,110 $24,610 $20,560 - 30,940 14% 16%
55 Child care workers 1,110 $19,680 $15,550 - 25,690 18% 15%
56 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 1,100 $44,890 $28,200 - 63,000 9% 3%
57 Pharmacy technicians 1,100 $27,870 $16,640 - 39,810 32% 16%
58 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 1,070 $63,800 $41,330 - 89,320 7% 13%
59 Physicians and surgeons, all other 1,060 $151,100 $30,740 - 0% 0%
60 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,040 $65,340 $40,630 - 93,280 -5% 15%
61 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 1,030 $48,510 $32,200 - 72,040 8% 3%
62 Legal secretaries 1,020 $47,330 $31,810 - 63,690 12% 18%
63 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 1,020 $18,200 $15,080 - 23,740 12% 6%
64 Paralegals and legal assistants 1,010 $52,720 $33,410 - 77,080 22% 45%
65 Telemarketers 1,010 $31,270 $18,340 - 44,910 -10% 14%
66 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 1,010 $18,560 $15,260 - 23,800 10% 17%
67 Data entry keyers 940 $26,150 $15,550 - 36,490 -5% 18%
68 Order clerks 910 $37,180 $21,240 - 50,220 -24% 16%
69 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 900 $39,950 $23,680 - 60,450 -7% 14%
70 Postal service mail carriers 850 $0 $ - 1% 11%
71 Team assemblers 840 $31,180 $20,540 - 43,100 0% 5%
72 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 830 $53,790 $35,710 - 78,180 9% 47%
73 Extruding and forming machine setters, operators, and tenders, synthetic and glass fibers 830 $39,640 $28,260 - 50,180 -18% 10%
74 Loan officers 810 $64,150 $34,930 - 103,990 12% 49%
75 Driver/sales workers 810 $25,840 $15,190 - 51,490 -5% 4%
76 Food servers, nonrestaurant 790 $22,320 $16,240 - 29,910 16% 9%
77 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 740 $63,750 $40,970 - 95,090 0% 42%
78 Insurance sales agents 740 $59,600 $32,490 - 84,950 13% 45%
79 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 730 $37,320 $27,360 - 50,820 -1% 22%
80 First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 730 $36,990 $24,420 - 51,150 13% 11%
81 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 730 $26,490 $17,590 - 37,910 27% 47%
82 Painters, construction and maintenance 720 $36,710 $25,350 - 53,320 12% 6%
83 Medical assistants 720 $31,770 $24,960 - 40,430 35% 10%
84 Administrative services managers 710 $98,040 $56,460 - 157,870 12% 40%
85 Recreation workers 710 $25,540 $17,120 - 38,230 13% 47%
86 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 700 $45,820 $26,220 - 68,810 4% 30%
87 Real estate sales agents 690 $46,490 $25,400 - 88,800 11% 45%
88 Industrial machinery mechanics 670 $53,650 $37,530 - 72,980 9% 5%
89 Construction managers 660 $99,270 $60,630 - 153,820 16% 29%
90 Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 660 $49,650 $23,040 - 76,920 4% 18%
91 Helpers--production workers 650 $23,630 $17,180 - 31,650 -1% 4%
92 File clerks 640 $26,390 $17,710 - 36,510 -41% 20%
93 Cost estimators 630 $64,270 $39,330 - 99,970 19% 32%
94 Dental assistants 630 $35,370 $22,580 - 48,740 29% 9%
95 Parts salespersons 620 $29,300 $17,200 - 47,240 -2% 6%
96 Chemical equipment operators and tenders 590 $53,120 $40,510 - 64,460 -4% 14%
97 Cooks, fast food 590 $19,760 $15,230 - 26,580 8% 5%
98 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 570 $21,610 $15,310 - 30,660 14% 3%
99 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 560 $76,790 $42,890 - 130,070 4% 38%
100 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 550 $0 $ - -8% 12%
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Jobs More Common Near Wilmington Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Extruding and forming machine setters, operators, and tenders, synthetic and glass fibers 39,640 830 67.9
Biochemists and biophysicists 105,450 560 11.2
Social science research assistants 30,050 270 10.4
Chemical technicians 56,520 1,450 9.7
Shampooers 16,630 270 9.2
Chemical engineers 97,130 490 7.4
Chemical equipment operators and tenders 53,120 590 6.8
Chemists 85,380 1,130 5.6
Insulation workers, mechanical 48,420 260 5.1
Insulation workers, floor, ceiling, and wall 38,450 150 4.7
Pesticide handlers, sprayers, and applicators, vegetation 37,180 110 4.6
Marriage and family therapists 51,260 180 4.6
Biological technicians 54,560 610 4.5
Natural sciences managers 155,120 390 3.9
Coin, vending, and amusement machine servicers and repairers 25,230 310 3.8
Actuaries 104,220 140 3.6
Farmworkers, farm and ranch animals 26,990 110 3.2
Loan counselors 48,920 190 3
Transportation inspectors 36,820 100 3
Market research analysts 75,560 1,760 2.9
Financial analysts 81,010 1,820 2.8
Dietitians and nutritionists 52,550 330 2.8
Residential advisors 34,390 270 2.7
Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 42,970 310 2.7
Compensation and benefits managers 110,990 240 2.6
Psychiatric technicians 33,700 180 2.6
Surgeons 208,590 270 2.5
Electrical and electronics drafters 60,870 190 2.5
Foreign language and literature teachers, postsecondary 48,790 110 2.5
Chiropractors 95,030 120 2.4
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 59,340 390 2.3
Personal financial advisors 88,510 890 2.3
Insurance underwriters 60,870 540 2.2
Internists, general 203,960 210 2.2
Loan interviewers and clerks 35,340 1,160 2.2
Social and community service managers 62,710 590 2.1
Bill and account collectors 33,610 2,200 2.1
Operations research analysts 76,890 330 2.1
Medical equipment repairers 40,510 150 2.1
Metal workers and plastic workers, all other 40,840 130 2.1
Marketing managers 134,060 900 2.1
Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 29,720 250 2.1
Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 44,510 230 2
Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors 81,300 110 2
Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 22,060 2,600 2
Crossing guards 31,200 290 2
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators 46,770 210 2
Computer systems analysts 84,490 2,700 2
Occupational therapist assistants 52,310 100 2
Environmental engineers 74,460 240 1.9

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Wilmington, Delaware Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Transportation, storage, and distribution managers 121,560 1.51 420
Lawyers 148,870 1.45 2,080
Public relations managers 123,090 1.42 160
Biological technicians 54,560 1.42 610
Natural sciences managers 155,120 1.41 390
Training and development managers 124,860 1.41 110
Property, real estate, and community association managers 74,780 1.4 180
Human resources managers, all other 131,870 1.39 130
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 43,390 1.38 400
Financial managers 127,100 1.37 2,010
Computer support specialists 57,330 1.37 1,730
Managers, all other 112,750 1.36 480
Machinists 50,180 1.36 510
Crossing guards 31,200 1.36 290
Chemical technicians 56,520 1.35 1,450
Residential advisors 34,390 1.35 270
Administrative services managers 98,040 1.35 710
English language and literature teachers, postsecondary 81,630 1.34 170
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 43,200 1.34 270
General and operations managers 127,560 1.32 3,780
Order clerks 37,180 1.32 910
Legal secretaries 47,330 1.32 1,020
Marketing managers 134,060 1.32 900
Food service managers 63,840 1.32 370
Computer and information systems managers 132,490 1.31 1,180
Chief executives 197,280 1.31 390
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 105,980 1.3 520
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 33,840 1.3 530
Chemists 85,380 1.29 1,130
Network systems and data communications analysts 83,250 1.29 650
Market research analysts 75,560 1.29 1,760
Meter readers, utilities 45,200 1.28 110
Detectives and criminal investigators 77,370 1.28 160
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 71,750 1.27 2,210
Biochemists and biophysicists 105,450 1.27 560
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 92,130 1.26 1,160
Training and development specialists 63,580 1.26 770
Telemarketers 31,270 1.26 1,010
Mechanical drafters 59,750 1.26 190
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 48,390 1.25 210
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 44,170 1.25 480
Carpenters 49,080 1.25 2,010
Chemical equipment operators and tenders 53,120 1.25 590
Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 65,160 1.24 400
Civil engineers 90,720 1.24 690
Network and computer systems administrators 76,120 1.24 1,100
Customer service representatives 36,740 1.24 6,830
Library technicians 36,500 1.24 290
Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 22,060 1.24 2,600
Compensation and benefits managers 110,990 1.23 240

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