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Gainesville Employment

Employment and Industries in the Gainesville, Florida Area

Gainesville's largest employers are the University of Florida, the Shands Healthcare System and city government. The major sectors for jobs are education, government, healthcare, retail; professional, scientific and technical services; construction and accommodation and food services. Agriculture is also one of the region's primary industries.

Praise for the city of Gainesville: The Gainesville region has been ranked the #1 area to live and work in the nation by Cities Ranked and Rated. The city was included in National Geographic Adventure's best places to live list. Forbes Magazine ranked Gainesville #12 in their list of best places for business and careers. The city was included in Fortune Small Business Magazine's 100 best places to live and launch.

The FloridaWorks program's objective is to grow the region's business sectors and the number of jobs via a skilled workforce. The program also offers networking opportunities. In addition, the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce's Business Services team provides various services to help companies recruit, train and keep employees. The team also helps those looking for employment find local jobs and helps residents advance in their careers.

The Gainesville Technology Enterprise Center assists local technology companies expand their business. The center is also involved in the effort to improve the local economy and create high paying jobs.

Some of the occupations more common in Gainesville when compared to most cities include health specialities teachers, post secondary; biological scientists, education, training and library workers; life, physical and social science technicians; health diagnosing and treating practitioners; and cardiovascular technologists and technicians.

The major providers of jobs in Gainesville are shown below:

  • Shands Healthcare System - Healthcare
  • City of Gainesville - Government
  • The University of Florida
  • School Board of Alachua County
  • AMF Alley Katz Inc
  • North Florida Regional Medical Center
  • Alachua County
  • Avmed Inc
  • Nationwide Insurance
  • CH2M Hill
  • Santa Fe Community College
  • Gainesville Regional Utilities
  • Moltech Power Systems Inc
  • Deb-Lyn Inc
  • Progressive Restaurants Inc
  • Regeneration Technologies Inc
  • Barr Systems
  • Exaxtech
  • Driltech Mission
  • Environmental Consulting & Technology
  • Fabco-Air
  • The Crom Corporation
  • Gumby's Pizza Systems Inc
  • Meridian Behavioral Healthcare Inc

Noteworthy information about Gainesville: The estimated median household income in 2007 was $27,000. The cost of living in 2008 was 92.5 which is less than the country's average of 100. About 43% of the population 25 years and over have a bachelor's degree or better.

Gainesville companies have access to business organizations such as:

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

Most Popular Jobs in Gainesville, 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 4,880 $61,080 $44,370 - 80,880 24% 56%
2 Accountants and auditors 1,130 $53,780 $30,760 - 91,600 18% 79%
3 Education, training, and library workers, all other 920 $34,990 $15,730 - 55,430 11% 79%
4 Network systems and data communications analysts 580 $55,000 $31,040 - 81,630 53% 57%
5 Biological scientists, all other 540 $44,710 $29,470 - 61,780 4% 95%
6 Lawyers 530 $70,960 $38,400 - 124,220 11% 99%
7 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 530 $51,680 $22,690 - 113,050 8% 51%
8 Computer programmers 450 $53,920 $33,140 - 80,710 -4% 73%
9 Pharmacists 410 $93,670 $81,930 - 117,550 22% 97%
10 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 410 $52,740 $33,830 - 68,100 12% 51%
11 Management analysts 350 $87,830 $34,790 - 22% 78%
12 Civil engineers 330 $72,260 $42,610 - 109,380 18% 87%
13 Public relations specialists 290 $49,590 $28,810 - 81,730 18% 81%
14 Community and social service specialists, all other 240 $36,750 $22,710 - 60,430 25% 58%
15 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 240 $0 $ - 13% 73%
16 Medical and health services managers 230 $98,590 $58,010 - 140,220 16% 57%
17 Physical therapists 230 $70,340 $55,170 - 85,860 27% 89%
18 Coaches and scouts 230 $53,910 $16,200 - 100,850 15% 60%
19 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 230 $44,480 $28,140 - 63,900 5% 58%
20 Insurance underwriters 220 $49,780 $34,100 - 77,990 6% 53%
21 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 210 $69,360 $43,550 - 98,750 12% 94%
22 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 210 $54,390 $32,320 - 89,940 17% 56%
23 Social and human service assistants 210 $27,600 $21,320 - 37,550 34% 58%
24 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 200 $58,240 $32,930 - 95,400 25% 93%
25 Instructional coordinators 200 $44,720 $26,590 - 69,120 23% 79%
26 Budget analysts 190 $44,630 $29,960 - 63,240 7% 78%
27 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 190 $42,190 $25,480 - 55,440 18% 56%
28 Financial managers 180 $109,970 $61,110 - 13% 60%
29 Managers, all other 180 $77,260 $44,980 - 112,490 7% 55%
30 Graphic designers 180 $40,520 $27,720 - 61,640 10% 55%
31 Child, family, and school social workers 170 $37,330 $27,260 - 51,680 19% 77%
32 Computer software engineers, applications 160 $88,690 $52,690 - 130,640 45% 85%
33 Computer systems analysts 160 $60,650 $36,870 - 90,300 29% 68%
34 Editors 160 $50,920 $29,180 - 79,150 2% 81%
35 Sales and related workers, all other 160 $42,880 $21,410 - 77,900 14% 62%
36 Engineers, all other 150 $60,390 $35,250 - 83,210 6% 82%
37 Occupational therapists 150 $54,800 $30,200 - 78,780 23% 90%
38 Self-enrichment education teachers 150 $38,300 $20,690 - 61,610 23% 54%
39 Advertising sales agents 150 $37,850 $15,700 - 50,630 20% 56%
40 Biological technicians 150 $32,560 $18,710 - 51,090 16% 60%
41 Sales managers 140 $110,980 $40,030 - 10% 69%
42 Training and development specialists 140 $45,440 $26,090 - 67,210 18% 56%
43 Chief executives 130 $166,200 $65,720 - 2% 65%
44 Speech-language pathologists 130 $57,020 $35,930 - 82,330 11% 98%
45 Farm and home management advisors 130 $52,440 $22,750 - 116,010 5% 79%
46 Chemists 120 $53,520 $32,820 - 91,840 9% 93%
47 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 110 $69,260 $35,260 - 106,070 12% 51%
48 Network and computer systems administrators 110 $61,670 $31,840 - 97,870 27% 50%
49 Financial specialists, all other 110 $58,020 $35,980 - 82,640 12% 50%
50 Zoologists and wildlife biologists 110 $57,470 $33,400 - 92,200 9% 95%
51 Architects, except landscape and naval 110 $53,560 $27,820 - 82,830 18% 88%
52 Operations research analysts 110 $49,620 $31,870 - 76,850 11% 71%
53 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 110 $38,770 $23,660 - 57,520 15% 51%
54 Physician assistants 100 $80,890 $62,190 - 102,740 27% 67%
55 Industrial engineers 100 $64,240 $35,510 - 113,350 20% 74%
56 Environmental engineers 100 $59,250 $32,290 - 110,430 25% 86%
57 Health educators 100 $42,120 $18,960 - 75,950 26% 58%
58 Medical and public health social workers 90 $47,490 $35,270 - 62,490 24% 77%
59 Counselors, all other 90 $39,730 $27,200 - 54,760 17% 73%
60 Veterinarians 80 $91,580 $40,190 - 137,400 35% 100%
61 Computer software engineers, systems software 80 $50,940 $40,380 - 72,150 28% 85%
62 Natural sciences managers 70 $128,490 $68,340 - 11% 93%
63 Electrical engineers 70 $81,620 $57,770 - 113,130 6% 81%
64 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 70 $80,800 $40,660 - 152,430 25% 67%
65 Dietitians and nutritionists 70 $54,990 $37,520 - 77,490 9% 72%
66 Occupational health and safety specialists 70 $54,000 $35,040 - 78,140 8% 72%
67 Computer and information systems managers 60 $113,590 $67,510 - 16% 73%
68 Computer specialists, all other 60 $67,700 $42,390 - 93,940 15% 68%
69 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 60 $63,180 $45,600 - 82,250 16% 99%
70 Database administrators 60 $63,010 $37,120 - 93,200 29% 72%
71 Life scientists, all other 60 $56,980 $36,580 - 88,270 15% 99%
72 Fine artists, including painters, sculptors, and illustrators 60 $29,180 $21,010 - 40,090 10% 58%
73 Psychologists, all other 60 $0 $ - 8% 99%
74 Mechanical engineers 50 $63,080 $31,840 - 95,310 4% 78%
75 Marketing managers 40 $102,050 $37,700 - 157,750 14% 69%
76 Surveyors 40 $58,130 $35,830 - 84,910 24% 82%
77 Producers and directors 40 $55,160 $28,560 - 89,570 11% 75%
78 Rehabilitation counselors 40 $42,980 $26,390 - 108,500 23% 73%
79 Interior designers 40 $40,290 $17,660 - 60,060 20% 55%
80 Clergy 40 $39,450 $27,570 - 62,200 19% 75%
81 Engineering managers 30 $118,460 $87,470 - 158,520 7% 84%
82 Chiropractors 30 $117,320 $31,870 - 14% 98%
83 Biomedical engineers 30 $69,480 $54,050 - 88,680 21% 76%
84 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 30 $45,270 $28,290 - 66,610 18% 56%
85 Recreational therapists 30 $35,600 $17,720 - 57,300 4% 77%

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 Health specialties teachers, postsecondary 3,860 $67,570 $28,730 - 123,790 0% 0%
2 Retail salespersons 3,580 $25,540 $15,230 - 42,530 12% 25%
3 Cashiers 3,510 $17,750 $14,780 - 21,290 -3% 10%
4 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,120 $17,650 $14,760 - 21,320 18% 5%
5 Office clerks, general 2,860 $23,140 $15,240 - 32,860 13% 19%
6 Waiters and waitresses 2,710 $19,590 $14,850 - 25,620 11% 14%
7 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 2,490 $26,890 $16,420 - 38,110 1% 18%
8 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,380 $20,560 $14,980 - 29,770 -8% 8%
9 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,130 $20,840 $15,600 - 29,050 15% 4%
10 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,810 $36,230 $23,020 - 51,440 15% 18%
11 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,780 $23,060 $17,580 - 29,400 18% 7%
12 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,770 $30,000 $19,180 - 41,260 13% 16%
13 Customer service representatives 1,570 $24,280 $15,630 - 35,720 25% 22%
14 Receptionists and information clerks 1,250 $24,110 $16,930 - 31,790 17% 13%
15 Cooks, restaurant 1,200 $20,440 $15,870 - 25,990 12% 5%
16 Business operations specialists, all other 1,180 $55,770 $27,250 - 90,880 21% 49%
17 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,140 $29,790 $19,460 - 43,420 10% 6%
18 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,130 $25,560 $16,980 - 37,080 2% 5%
19 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,060 $19,460 $15,240 - 24,560 13% 5%
20 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 990 $51,350 $31,350 - 78,690 9% 47%
21 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 960 $42,380 $24,590 - 67,210 6% 29%
22 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 950 $43,020 $26,530 - 64,800 4% 25%
23 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 900 $29,590 $20,540 - 40,060 10% 4%
24 Dishwashers 730 $16,590 $14,620 - 19,510 10% 3%
25 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 680 $32,680 $22,110 - 46,210 11% 14%
26 Medical assistants 660 $26,840 $19,540 - 36,420 35% 10%
27 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 650 $23,150 $16,660 - 33,890 18% 6%
28 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 650 $17,210 $14,700 - 20,850 10% 8%
29 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 640 $40,310 $29,190 - 52,260 14% 7%
30 Food preparation workers 630 $18,340 $14,560 - 24,910 15% 7%
31 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 620 $55,690 $35,810 - 84,010 9% 10%
32 Recreation workers 610 $22,510 $15,290 - 31,060 13% 47%
33 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 590 $20,930 $14,680 - 31,530 10% 24%
34 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 580 $27,110 $16,890 - 50,520 8% 4%
35 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 580 $15,790 $14,430 - 16,750 12% 6%
36 Preschool teachers, except special education 570 $20,300 $14,950 - 30,350 26% 43%
37 Child care workers 570 $17,790 $14,810 - 22,850 18% 15%
38 General and operations managers 550 $85,520 $41,620 - 145,550 2% 48%
39 Physicians and surgeons, all other 530 $174,220 $77,440 - 0% 0%
40 Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other 520 $37,630 $21,000 - 61,240 10% 46%
41 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 510 $34,190 $21,210 - 50,240 14% 4%
42 Computer support specialists 500 $33,860 $22,240 - 49,550 13% 43%
43 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 500 $22,030 $16,300 - 31,300 4% 6%
44 Sales representatives, services, all other 490 $50,050 $21,860 - 79,920 28% 48%
45 Electricians 480 $0 $ - 7% 7%
46 Postsecondary teachers, all other 470 $63,340 $33,930 - 101,060 0% 0%
47 Cooks, fast food 450 $17,230 $14,740 - 20,380 8% 5%
48 All other information and record clerks 440 $33,380 $22,960 - 44,220 -13% 21%
49 File clerks 440 $23,360 $18,210 - 29,810 -41% 20%
50 Tellers 430 $24,050 $17,940 - 31,580 14% 16%
51 Counter and rental clerks 430 $22,600 $15,390 - 35,310 23% 16%
52 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 420 $34,180 $27,340 - 40,500 9% 3%
53 Pharmacy technicians 420 $26,840 $19,500 - 37,480 32% 16%
54 Team assemblers 410 $21,340 $15,010 - 31,030 0% 5%
55 Personal and home care aides 410 $19,900 $16,440 - 25,750 51% 10%
56 Packers and packagers, hand 410 $19,710 $15,000 - 24,910 -12% 3%
57 Cement masons and concrete finishers 400 $32,630 $22,070 - 47,620 11% 2%
58 Bartenders 390 $22,470 $15,180 - 32,750 11% 17%
59 Driver/sales workers 380 $26,910 $18,950 - 37,130 -5% 4%
60 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 380 $18,780 $14,610 - 27,920 10% 17%
61 Real estate sales agents 370 $33,610 $14,800 - 74,300 11% 45%
62 Carpenters 370 $33,130 $23,980 - 42,430 10% 6%
63 Security guards 350 $28,850 $16,000 - 45,420 17% 13%
64 Psychiatric technicians 340 $25,470 $18,820 - 32,060 -3% 16%
65 Construction laborers 340 $23,340 $15,820 - 31,400 11% 5%
66 Medical equipment preparers 330 $26,290 $20,260 - 32,950 14% 10%
67 Office and administrative support workers, all other 330 $21,630 $14,760 - 32,320 -9% 32%
68 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 320 $33,530 $22,790 - 48,690 11% 4%
69 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 310 $25,430 $15,980 - 47,500 12% 6%
70 Postal service mail carriers 310 $0 $ - 1% 11%
71 Radiologic technologists and technicians 300 $49,150 $35,680 - 64,650 15% 25%
72 Medical secretaries 300 $25,170 $19,250 - 31,880 17% 18%
73 Home health aides 300 $18,480 $16,040 - 22,680 49% 7%
74 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 290 $54,080 $37,950 - 78,770 7% 13%
75 Dental assistants 290 $36,140 $26,480 - 49,560 29% 9%
76 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 290 $27,840 $20,140 - 37,020 -1% 22%
77 Loan officers 280 $50,710 $28,080 - 83,950 12% 49%
78 Veterinary technologists and technicians 280 $27,430 $18,690 - 38,400 41% 16%
79 Psychiatric aides 270 $26,740 $21,720 - 34,350 -0% 7%
80 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 260 $51,000 $28,770 - 81,700 -5% 15%
81 Personal care and service workers, all other 260 $24,590 $15,210 - 40,440 -13% 21%
82 Legal secretaries 250 $30,640 $23,260 - 38,900 12% 18%
83 Insurance sales agents 240 $52,190 $28,360 - 91,460 13% 45%
84 Healthcare support workers, all other 240 $29,290 $18,970 - 43,660 16% 10%
85 Data entry keyers 240 $26,020 $18,740 - 33,460 -5% 18%
86 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 240 $20,080 $15,650 - 25,970 10% 5%
87 Food service managers 230 $53,970 $29,750 - 102,340 5% 24%
88 Bill and account collectors 230 $33,970 $24,160 - 52,650 23% 13%
89 Food servers, nonrestaurant 230 $20,000 $15,090 - 26,250 16% 9%
90 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 230 $19,140 $16,420 - 23,690 17% 14%
91 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 220 $0 $ - -8% 12%
92 Construction managers 210 $106,020 $57,530 - 16% 29%
93 Cardiovascular technologists and technicians 210 $35,210 $21,390 - 58,760 26% 25%
94 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 210 $21,810 $15,540 - 30,800 11% 5%
95 Respiratory therapists 200 $46,220 $35,540 - 59,360 23% 28%
96 Medical records and health information technicians 200 $35,340 $19,300 - 49,710 18% 12%
97 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 200 $30,710 $24,130 - 39,400 4% 15%
98 Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 200 $30,070 $21,860 - 39,910 11% 29%
99 Roofers 200 $29,000 $20,190 - 39,320 14% 3%
100 Cost estimators 190 $54,130 $33,730 - 76,510 19% 32%
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Jobs More Common Near Gainesville Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Farm and home management advisors 52,440 130 74.5
Health specialties teachers, postsecondary 67,570 3,860 68.1
Biological scientists, all other 44,710 540 31.5
Education, training, and library workers, all other 34,990 920 15.7
Zoologists and wildlife biologists 57,470 110 15.5
Psychiatric technicians 25,470 340 14.6
Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other 37,630 520 13.2
Medical equipment preparers 26,290 330 10.4
Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 69,360 210 10.4
Psychiatric aides 26,740 270 9.5
Cardiovascular technologists and technicians 35,210 210 5.9
Personal care and service workers, all other 24,590 260 5.9
Residential advisors 23,940 170 5.2
Veterinary technologists and technicians 27,430 280 4.6
Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers 34,050 100 4.4
Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 51,350 990 4.2
Construction and related workers, all other 36,630 120 3.9
Maintenance workers, machinery 0 190 3.8
Budget analysts 44,630 190 3.8
Postsecondary teachers, all other 63,340 470 3.4
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 20,930 590 3.4
Biological technicians 32,560 150 3.3
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 58,240 200 3.1
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 52,740 410 3.1
Community and social service specialists, all other 36,750 240 3
Health technologists and technicians, all other 38,890 160 3
Network systems and data communications analysts 55,000 580 2.9
Recreation workers 22,510 610 2.8
Real estate sales agents 33,610 370 2.8
Insurance underwriters 49,780 220 2.7
Protective service workers, all other 28,850 160 2.7
File clerks 23,360 440 2.6
Respiratory therapists 46,220 200 2.5
Surveying and mapping technicians 32,880 140 2.5
Cement masons and concrete finishers 32,630 400 2.5
All other information and record clerks 33,380 440 2.5
Pest control workers 27,010 120 2.5
Physicians and surgeons, all other 174,220 530 2.5
Environmental engineers 59,250 100 2.4
Registered nurses 61,080 4,880 2.3
Motor vehicle operators, all other 22,440 130 2.3
Surgical technologists 37,250 150 2.1
Health educators 42,120 100 2.1
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers 18,010 110 2.1
Roofers 29,000 200 2.1
Operations research analysts 49,620 110 2.1
Instructional coordinators 44,720 200 2
Occupational therapists 54,800 150 2
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 34,180 420 2
Pharmacists 93,670 410 1.9

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Coaches and scouts 53,910 1.51 230
Construction managers 106,020 1.26 210
Industrial machinery mechanics 55,830 1.25 120
Farm and home management advisors 52,440 1.2 130
Management analysts 87,830 1.19 350
First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers 42,420 1.19 130
Financial managers 109,970 1.19 180
Library assistants, clerical 27,990 1.17 140
Medical and health services managers 98,590 1.16 230
Bartenders 22,470 1.16 390
Computer software engineers, applications 88,690 1.15 160
Security guards 28,850 1.14 350
Sales managers 110,980 1.13 140
Dental assistants 36,140 1.12 290
Medical records and health information technicians 35,340 1.12 200
Food service managers 53,970 1.11 230
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 43,020 1.11 950
Chief executives 166,200 1.1 130
Bill and account collectors 33,970 1.1 230
Sales and related workers, all other 42,880 1.09 160
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 38,770 1.09 110
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 32,680 1.08 680
Personal care and service workers, all other 24,590 1.08 260
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 45,650 1.06 130
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 25,560 1.06 1,130
Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 18,780 1.06 380
Waiters and waitresses 19,590 1.05 2,710
Retail salespersons 25,540 1.05 3,580
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 32,000 1.04 130
Amusement and recreation attendants 19,250 1.04 160
Driver/sales workers 26,910 1.03 380
Editors 50,920 1.03 160
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 17,650 1.02 3,120
Postsecondary teachers, all other 63,340 1.02 470
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 40,310 1.02 640
Maids and housekeeping cleaners 19,460 1.02 1,060
Tellers 24,050 1.02 430
Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 35,270 1.01 110
Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 30,710 1.01 200
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 25,430 1.01 310
Financial specialists, all other 58,020 1.01 110
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 20,080 1.01 240
All other information and record clerks 33,380 1.01 440
Receptionists and information clerks 24,110 1.01 1,250
Graphic designers 40,520 1.01 180
Network and computer systems administrators 61,670 1 110
Healthcare support workers, all other 29,290 1 240
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 54,390 1 210
Construction and related workers, all other 36,630 1 120
Data entry keyers 26,020 1 240

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