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Cape Coral Employment

Employment and Industries in the Cape Coral, Florida Area

Cape Coral is primarily residential. The city includes a large retirement community and working class families. The economy is powered by construction and real estate. Tourism is also a factor for the economy. Several business clusters are developing in Cape Coral such as finance and insurance, health related services and professional business services including: engineering, architecture, accounting, management consulting and the law. Light industry is also part of the economy. The region includes a couple of industrial parks and a boat building industry. In addition, close to sixty percent of the workforce is employed in management, professional, sales and administrative support positions.

The largest sectors for employment in Cape Coral are:

  • Professional, scientific and technical services
  • Healthcare
  • Construction
  • Education
  • Social assistance
  • Accommodation and food services
  • Finance and insurance
  • Retail

Some of the occupations more common in Cape Coral when compared to the rest of the nation's cities include, mechanical door repairers; helpers of painters, paperhangers, plasterers and stucco masons; motorboat mechanics; helpers in the construction trades; plasterers and stucco masons; construction and related workers; and helpers of pipe layers, plumbers, pipe fitters and steam fitters.

Noteworthy information regarding Cape Coral: About 18% of the residents over the age of 25 hold a bachelor's degree or higher. The cost of living index in 2008 was 90.9. The nation's average is 100. In 2009 the average earnings in Cape Coral was $34,000.

A list of the largest employers in Cape Coral is shown below:

  • City of Cape Coral
  • Whitney Information Network Inc
  • The Breeze Corporation
  • Affordable Roofing of S W Florida Inc
  • Gulf Care Inc
  • Turbine Generator Maintenance Inc
  • Fred Frederic
  • Coral Health Care Associates LLC
  • Riverside Bank of the Gulf Coast
  • Guerrieri Management Inc
  • First Home Builders of Florida LLC
  • Kirkwood Electric Inc
  • The Del Prado Inn
  • Iguana Mia Inc
  • Edutrades Inc
  • Viking Construction Corporation SW Florida

Cape Coral companies may obtain assistance from business organizations such as:

The News-Press offers up-to-date information regarding the business activities in the Cape Coral area.

Most Popular Jobs in Cape Coral, Florida 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 5,140 $65,100 $45,930 - 84,450 24% 56%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 2,090 $58,490 $26,740 - 104,220 8% 51%
3 Accountants and auditors 1,750 $59,970 $37,390 - 86,710 18% 79%
4 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,700 $0 $ - 14% 95%
5 Teachers and instructors, all other 1,060 $39,990 $20,780 - 87,350 9% 54%
6 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,030 $64,350 $43,990 - 92,980 6% 96%
7 Lawyers 760 $87,690 $36,340 - 160,270 11% 99%
8 Management analysts 730 $85,550 $41,970 - 143,390 22% 78%
9 Chief executives 530 $160,960 $82,180 - 2% 65%
10 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 490 $110,460 $43,060 - 25% 67%
11 Pharmacists 490 $109,110 $89,920 - 134,260 22% 97%
12 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 490 $38,130 $26,270 - 52,750 5% 58%
13 Advertising sales agents 470 $44,730 $26,930 - 68,230 20% 56%
14 Sales and related workers, all other 430 $0 $ - 14% 62%
15 Financial managers 380 $105,070 $48,740 - 13% 60%
16 Civil engineers 370 $81,870 $52,020 - 124,150 18% 87%
17 Sales managers 350 $134,040 $50,250 - 10% 69%
18 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 350 $104,450 $35,000 - 12% 51%
19 Network systems and data communications analysts 340 $68,260 $29,710 - 122,730 53% 57%
20 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 320 $53,650 $31,800 - 83,160 17% 56%
21 Public relations specialists 320 $52,970 $32,260 - 76,590 18% 81%
22 Coaches and scouts 310 $45,000 $22,470 - 67,640 15% 60%
23 Computer systems analysts 300 $80,280 $46,390 - 124,860 29% 68%
24 Physical therapists 300 $79,500 $49,170 - 141,860 27% 89%
25 Network and computer systems administrators 290 $76,320 $41,900 - 130,440 27% 50%
26 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 290 $72,880 $33,980 - 115,670 13% 73%
27 Graphic designers 290 $42,100 $27,950 - 61,660 10% 55%
28 Personal financial advisors 280 $61,670 $34,310 - 103,050 41% 81%
29 Managers, all other 260 $77,960 $41,390 - 138,040 7% 55%
30 Computer programmers 250 $72,530 $45,060 - 103,870 -4% 73%
31 Financial specialists, all other 240 $53,790 $35,750 - 80,530 12% 50%
32 Self-enrichment education teachers 240 $38,690 $16,990 - 60,160 23% 54%
33 Medical and health services managers 230 $110,640 $56,840 - 16% 57%
34 Computer software engineers, applications 230 $89,410 $56,430 - 124,840 45% 85%
35 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 230 $50,520 $32,120 - 77,860 18% 56%
36 Child, family, and school social workers 230 $42,530 $25,880 - 72,170 19% 77%
37 Speech-language pathologists 220 $75,180 $45,860 - 125,060 11% 98%
38 Librarians 220 $60,050 $37,480 - 90,850 4% 85%
39 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 220 $0 $ - 8% 78%
40 Social and human service assistants 200 $31,060 $22,550 - 39,260 34% 58%
41 Editors 190 $52,390 $27,790 - 88,890 2% 81%
42 Rehabilitation counselors 170 $35,060 $20,190 - 52,710 23% 73%
43 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 160 $50,780 $33,240 - 74,800 25% 93%
44 Computer and information systems managers 150 $120,610 $74,470 - 16% 73%
45 Producers and directors 150 $57,610 $24,750 - 124,930 11% 75%
46 Training and development specialists 150 $47,740 $19,980 - 75,880 18% 56%
47 Medical and public health social workers 150 $41,390 $28,670 - 52,520 24% 77%
48 Urban and regional planners 140 $62,080 $42,520 - 82,460 15% 92%
49 Community and social service specialists, all other 140 $45,330 $32,990 - 64,310 25% 58%
50 Marketing managers 130 $109,440 $45,250 - 14% 69%
51 Physician assistants 130 $85,530 $69,810 - 103,510 27% 67%
52 Electrical engineers 130 $74,490 $50,580 - 100,210 6% 81%
53 Education, training, and library workers, all other 130 $46,670 $23,790 - 74,450 11% 79%
54 Reporters and correspondents 130 $35,250 $21,810 - 58,600 1% 85%
55 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 130 $31,010 $18,780 - 42,440 15% 51%
56 Dentists, general 120 $196,650 $121,140 - 9% 100%
57 Database administrators 120 $74,260 $37,680 - 110,810 29% 72%
58 Environmental engineers 120 $62,560 $37,160 - 104,050 25% 86%
59 Operations research analysts 120 $52,820 $34,380 - 77,960 11% 71%
60 Surveyors 110 $67,370 $35,850 - 102,580 24% 82%
61 Interior designers 110 $38,190 $25,090 - 66,650 20% 55%
62 Veterinarians 100 $118,980 $68,470 - 35% 100%
63 Computer software engineers, systems software 100 $92,010 $60,200 - 129,900 28% 85%
64 Occupational therapists 90 $69,860 $36,900 - 117,490 23% 90%
65 Instructional coordinators 90 $57,530 $30,100 - 87,300 23% 79%
66 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 90 $51,680 $35,190 - 73,070 18% 56%
67 Private detectives and investigators 90 $43,670 $32,400 - 54,580 18% 52%
68 Architects, except landscape and naval 80 $90,670 $47,830 - 137,390 18% 88%
69 Industrial engineers 80 $48,310 $30,560 - 75,360 20% 74%
70 Mental health counselors 80 $39,240 $28,110 - 50,670 30% 73%
71 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 80 $26,800 $21,710 - 33,730 11% 55%
72 Mechanical engineers 70 $66,700 $45,240 - 98,030 4% 78%
73 Social workers, all other 70 $36,300 $27,930 - 57,200 18% 77%
74 Financial analysts 60 $62,990 $43,710 - 82,050 34% 87%
75 Market research analysts 60 $62,130 $32,810 - 106,760 20% 82%
76 Floral designers 60 $26,600 $20,390 - 34,770 -9% 55%
77 Purchasing managers 50 $112,720 $48,910 - 3% 57%
78 Social and community service managers 50 $85,820 $53,660 - 129,850 25% 72%
79 Engineers, all other 50 $81,810 $50,520 - 129,930 6% 82%
80 Biological scientists, all other 50 $60,830 $42,160 - 84,910 4% 95%
81 Health educators 50 $47,770 $34,930 - 66,950 26% 58%
82 Occupational health and safety specialists 50 $39,630 $26,750 - 62,380 8% 72%
83 Advertising and promotions managers 40 $127,640 $47,820 - 6% 76%
84 Engineering managers 40 $113,310 $67,990 - 165,070 7% 84%
85 Public relations managers 40 $94,180 $56,620 - 144,000 17% 75%
86 Education administrators, all other 40 $83,820 $56,920 - 105,630 13% 78%
87 Human resources managers, all other 40 $67,300 $47,720 - 90,460 11% 58%
88 Credit analysts 40 $53,570 $33,370 - 96,570 2% 60%
89 Dietitians and nutritionists 40 $50,680 $39,140 - 66,070 9% 72%
90 Meeting and convention planners 40 $46,160 $34,030 - 59,140 20% 67%
91 Compensation and benefits managers 30 $110,770 $51,130 - 12% 58%
92 Chiropractors 30 $75,290 $45,610 - 131,930 14% 98%
93 Computer specialists, all other 30 $59,130 $21,250 - 97,610 15% 68%
94 Budget analysts 30 $57,660 $41,600 - 81,280 7% 78%
95 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 30 $51,560 $25,540 - 103,120 15% 72%
96 Social scientists and related workers, all other 30 $43,450 $26,400 - 70,170 5% 90%
97 Therapists, all other 30 $40,360 $28,080 - 53,270 10% 83%

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 9,620 $31,500 $16,050 - 57,440 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 8,200 $18,830 $14,910 - 24,200 -3% 10%
3 Waiters and waitresses 6,480 $20,490 $15,010 - 29,310 11% 14%
4 Stock clerks and order fillers 5,090 $21,970 $15,730 - 30,040 -8% 8%
5 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 4,570 $29,390 $18,730 - 40,610 1% 18%
6 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,680 $17,940 $14,620 - 22,970 18% 5%
7 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 3,670 $23,770 $15,740 - 34,780 18% 6%
8 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 3,610 $31,520 $20,740 - 44,170 13% 16%
9 Office clerks, general 3,480 $24,950 $15,320 - 36,010 13% 19%
10 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 2,880 $25,020 $20,410 - 31,520 18% 7%
11 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,810 $22,530 $15,820 - 31,810 15% 4%
12 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 2,740 $38,880 $26,760 - 54,670 15% 18%
13 Customer service representatives 2,520 $29,600 $20,210 - 41,740 25% 22%
14 Cooks, restaurant 2,500 $23,350 $17,080 - 31,330 12% 5%
15 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 2,460 $55,640 $33,490 - 80,300 9% 10%
16 Carpenters 2,420 $39,700 $24,760 - 62,300 10% 6%
17 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,240 $18,860 $15,120 - 23,960 13% 5%
18 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 2,230 $49,730 $26,890 - 79,080 4% 25%
19 Sales representatives, services, all other 2,210 $50,670 $27,670 - 82,530 28% 48%
20 Security guards 2,200 $23,290 $16,690 - 31,340 17% 13%
21 Construction laborers 2,190 $24,520 $16,700 - 33,510 11% 5%
22 Maintenance and repair workers, general 2,100 $31,790 $21,570 - 44,340 10% 6%
23 Receptionists and information clerks 2,100 $25,260 $17,550 - 33,030 17% 13%
24 Food preparation workers 2,100 $19,590 $14,850 - 25,880 15% 7%
25 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,930 $43,900 $27,540 - 64,880 6% 29%
26 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,760 $23,910 $16,420 - 32,870 2% 5%
27 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,720 $34,310 $26,200 - 47,640 10% 4%
28 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,540 $35,060 $20,310 - 51,120 11% 14%
29 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 1,530 $38,950 $26,570 - 51,660 11% 4%
30 General and operations managers 1,380 $96,850 $47,250 - 165,530 2% 48%
31 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,330 $41,620 $32,670 - 52,380 14% 7%
32 Medical assistants 1,240 $29,740 $24,060 - 35,440 35% 10%
33 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 1,160 $50,520 $36,270 - 68,200 11% 33%
34 Electricians 1,160 $40,340 $27,960 - 53,470 7% 7%
35 Dishwashers 1,150 $17,080 $14,560 - 20,990 10% 3%
36 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,130 $42,140 $23,840 - 63,260 14% 4%
37 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 1,130 $19,790 $15,310 - 26,140 10% 8%
38 Business operations specialists, all other 1,120 $53,450 $25,820 - 90,360 21% 49%
39 Tellers 1,120 $25,210 $20,680 - 31,700 14% 16%
40 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 1,050 $37,170 $24,230 - 50,740 9% 3%
41 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 1,050 $32,030 $16,650 - 58,360 12% 6%
42 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,050 $28,590 $16,100 - 43,320 8% 4%
43 Insurance sales agents 1,030 $64,280 $32,690 - 106,260 13% 45%
44 Amusement and recreation attendants 1,010 $19,540 $14,710 - 28,620 24% 22%
45 Bartenders 940 $22,030 $14,980 - 33,670 11% 17%
46 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 920 $34,050 $25,230 - 42,650 8% 3%
47 Painters, construction and maintenance 910 $25,930 $14,860 - 40,300 12% 6%
48 Fire fighters 890 $52,020 $33,890 - 76,620 12% 18%
49 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 860 $21,370 $16,180 - 29,470 14% 3%
50 Driver/sales workers 830 $22,280 $15,370 - 38,590 -5% 4%
51 Counter and rental clerks 790 $25,900 $17,360 - 38,840 23% 16%
52 Cement masons and concrete finishers 770 $36,320 $25,620 - 49,970 11% 2%
53 Packers and packagers, hand 770 $18,290 $15,100 - 22,510 -12% 3%
54 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 750 $24,960 $16,990 - 35,130 4% 6%
55 Personal and home care aides 740 $23,770 $17,750 - 32,490 51% 10%
56 Postal service mail carriers 740 $0 $ - 1% 11%
57 Loan officers 730 $54,180 $34,280 - 85,330 12% 49%
58 Computer support specialists 720 $44,660 $29,600 - 64,560 13% 43%
59 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 720 $22,040 $16,940 - 27,850 17% 14%
60 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 710 $18,660 $14,790 - 25,810 10% 17%
61 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 700 $18,140 $14,580 - 25,190 12% 6%
62 Child care workers 690 $20,770 $15,800 - 27,210 18% 15%
63 Medical secretaries 680 $29,630 $21,730 - 38,570 17% 18%
64 Real estate sales agents 670 $42,080 $24,120 - 60,860 11% 45%
65 Bill and account collectors 660 $31,560 $22,040 - 42,320 23% 13%
66 Helpers--electricians 660 $28,520 $21,250 - 36,440 7% 3%
67 Construction managers 620 $105,550 $55,910 - 16% 29%
68 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 610 $59,200 $37,710 - 84,470 7% 13%
69 Cost estimators 610 $56,840 $35,830 - 81,340 19% 32%
70 Roofers 580 $40,420 $27,360 - 52,980 14% 3%
71 Cooks, fast food 580 $17,710 $14,930 - 21,120 8% 5%
72 Brickmasons and blockmasons 570 $31,870 $22,480 - 44,170 10% 3%
73 Pharmacy technicians 570 $27,510 $19,870 - 36,390 32% 16%
74 Team assemblers 550 $28,250 $20,770 - 38,560 0% 5%
75 Loan interviewers and clerks 540 $34,060 $23,960 - 49,000 -1% 24%
76 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 540 $30,360 $23,460 - 39,230 4% 15%
77 Physicians and surgeons, all other 530 $200,850 $121,580 - 0% 0%
78 Radiologic technologists and technicians 530 $56,510 $40,130 - 78,390 15% 25%
79 File clerks 530 $26,750 $20,300 - 36,380 -41% 20%
80 Home health aides 530 $23,970 $18,020 - 30,640 49% 7%
81 Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 520 $24,560 $19,970 - 30,960 12% 3%
82 Helpers--production workers 510 $25,060 $20,830 - 31,490 -1% 4%
83 Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 490 $28,020 $15,080 - 43,510 8% 9%
84 Construction and related workers, all other 480 $35,440 $24,650 - 49,630 9% 4%
85 Plasterers and stucco masons 470 $42,510 $23,640 - 60,150 8% 0%
86 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 450 $51,950 $29,670 - 80,280 -5% 15%
87 Industrial truck and tractor operators 440 $30,240 $21,830 - 40,120 -2% 2%
88 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 440 $20,010 $16,270 - 24,910 10% 5%
89 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 440 $0 $ - -8% 12%
90 Food service managers 430 $50,820 $31,400 - 66,290 5% 24%
91 Recreation workers 430 $29,140 $16,840 - 45,600 13% 47%
92 Drywall and ceiling tile installers 420 $37,660 $16,100 - 60,250 7% 2%
93 Construction and building inspectors 410 $49,030 $35,600 - 63,820 18% 23%
94 Dental assistants 410 $40,670 $32,650 - 49,850 29% 9%
95 Paralegals and legal assistants 400 $42,100 $22,830 - 62,670 22% 45%
96 Cooks, short order 400 $20,590 $16,390 - 26,190 5% 5%
97 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 390 $69,700 $40,220 - 104,320 4% 38%
98 Parts salespersons 390 $30,470 $20,090 - 47,780 -2% 6%
99 Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks 380 $33,200 $19,360 - 49,230 1% 29%
100 Data entry keyers 380 $27,880 $17,920 - 40,470 -5% 18%
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Jobs More Common Near Cape Coral Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Mechanical door repairers 31,740 260 29
Helpers--painters, paperhangers, plasterers, and stucco masons 22,300 260 12.6
Motorboat mechanics 42,890 170 12.4
Helpers, construction trades, all other 25,860 320 11.4
Plasterers and stucco masons 42,510 470 9.3
Construction and related workers, all other 35,440 480 8.3
Helpers--roofers 24,600 130 7.5
Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners 26,270 110 5.4
Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 24,560 520 4.8
Reinforcing iron and rebar workers 30,880 110 4.2
Helpers--electricians 28,520 660 4.2
Personal care and service workers, all other 20,740 330 4
Pest control workers 31,920 350 3.8
Brickmasons and blockmasons 31,870 570 3.7
Transportation workers, all other 26,400 150 3.7
Pipelayers 31,580 240 3.4
Surveying and mapping technicians 35,030 350 3.3
Opticians, dispensing 42,630 270 3.2
Roofers 40,420 580 3.2
Radio and television announcers 27,680 100 3.2
Photographic processing machine operators 21,920 200 3.2
Motor vehicle operators, all other 27,690 330 3.1
Helpers--carpenters 25,650 310 2.9
Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping 21,810 270 2.8
Construction and building inspectors 49,030 410 2.8
Amusement and recreation attendants 19,540 1,010 2.8
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 55,640 2,460 2.8
Urban and regional planners 62,080 140 2.7
Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic 31,680 110 2.7
Real estate sales agents 42,080 670 2.7
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 37,170 1,050 2.6
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 23,770 3,670 2.6
Baggage porters and bellhops 16,320 160 2.6
Cement masons and concrete finishers 36,320 770 2.5
Title examiners, abstractors, and searchers 34,870 190 2.5
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators 35,600 160 2.4
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 28,020 490 2.4
Massage therapists 36,480 170 2.4
Sales representatives, services, all other 50,670 2,210 2.4
Fire fighters 52,020 890 2.3
Painters, construction and maintenance 25,930 910 2.3
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 37,660 420 2.3
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 22,040 720 2.2
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 38,950 1,530 2.2
Court, municipal, and license clerks 31,070 300 2.2
Reporters and correspondents 35,250 130 2.2
Diagnostic medical sonographers 59,850 150 2.1
Job printers 33,560 110 2.1
Security and fire alarm systems installers 37,650 180 2
Insurance sales agents 64,280 1,030 2

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Cape Coral, Florida Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 104,450 1.43 350
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 72,880 1.41 290
Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 110,460 1.4 490
Property, real estate, and community association managers 73,910 1.38 370
Sales managers 134,040 1.36 350
Medical and health services managers 110,640 1.31 230
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 39,230 1.3 240
Retail salespersons 31,500 1.29 9,620
Administrative services managers 93,750 1.29 190
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 49,730 1.28 2,230
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 32,030 1.28 1,050
Dental assistants 40,670 1.26 410
Coaches and scouts 45,000 1.26 310
Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 64,350 1.26 1,030
Construction managers 105,550 1.25 620
Opticians, dispensing 42,630 1.25 270
Network and computer systems administrators 76,320 1.24 290
Fire fighters 52,020 1.24 890
Surveyors 67,370 1.23 110
First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers 43,710 1.23 250
Dentists, general 196,650 1.21 120
Recreation workers 29,140 1.21 430
Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 66,750 1.19 130
Computer and information systems managers 120,610 1.19 150
Personal and home care aides 23,770 1.19 740
Community and social service specialists, all other 45,330 1.19 140
Sewing machine operators 26,340 1.17 120
Computer systems analysts 80,280 1.17 300
Speech-language pathologists 75,180 1.17 220
Management analysts 85,550 1.16 730
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 42,140 1.16 1,130
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 35,060 1.16 1,540
Computer software engineers, applications 89,410 1.16 230
Legal secretaries 41,410 1.15 270
Roofers 40,420 1.15 580
Food preparation and serving related workers, all other 24,810 1.14 110
Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks 33,200 1.14 380
Insurance sales agents 64,280 1.14 1,030
Librarians 60,050 1.14 220
Education, training, and library workers, all other 46,670 1.14 130
Bartenders 22,030 1.14 940
Motorboat mechanics 42,890 1.13 170
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 22,040 1.13 720
Financial managers 105,070 1.13 380
File clerks 26,750 1.13 530
Database administrators 74,260 1.13 120
Preschool teachers, except special education 28,780 1.13 300
Dental hygienists 71,710 1.13 270
Home health aides 23,970 1.13 530
Computer programmers 72,530 1.13 250

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