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Port St. Lucie Employment

Employment and Industries in the Port St. Lucie, Florida Area

Port St Lucie is primarily a bedroom community, however the city is developing a new downtown business area. The major sectors for employment in Port St Lucie are healthcare, construction, accommodation and food services, finance and insurance and government. Four of the top private employers are medical related firms. QVC is one of the largest private employers in the county and provides a large number of jobs in their inbound call center. In addition, the Professional Golf Association has a facility in Port St Lucie.

Many residents commute to other cities for work. St Lucie County includes the St Lucie County's Life Science Cluster which has attracted some interest from companies and organizations. Two of the major employers in the county's banking sector are Harbor Federal Savings Bank and Riverside National Bank. Walmart and Publix Supermarkets are two of the top employers for retail jobs. The county also includes numerous industrial parks.

Some of the most popular jobs filled by workers with college degrees are registered nurses, teachers, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives, accountants and auditors, management analysts, lawyers, child, family and social workers; securities, commodities and financial services sales agents; pharmacists and physical therapists.

Shown below is a list of the major employers in Port St Lucie:

  • Liberty Healthcare Group Inc
  • Liberty Medical Supply
  • City of Port St Lucie
  • St Lucie Medical Center
  • Campo-Care Inc
  • World Electric Supply Inc
  • Village Hotel of Sandpiper Inc
  • Gerelco Electrical Contractors Inc
  • Port Saint Lucie Management LLC
  • Pga Management Services Inc
  • The Heart & Family Health Institute of Port Saint Lucie Inc
  • Nurse On Call of South Florida Inc
  • Burnac Produce Inc
  • Medical Equipment Technologies Inc
  • School District of Saint Lucie County
  • QVC
  • Indian River Community College

Notable data regarding Port St Lucie: In 2008 the cost of living index was 92.6 which is below the national average of 100. In 2007 the estimated median household income was $49,000. About 15% of the residents have a bachelor's degree or better.

Port St Lucie companies have access to business organizations such as:

The TCPalm offers current information about the business endeavors in Port St Lucie.

Most Popular Jobs in Port St Lucie, 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 2,240 $60,160 $40,680 - 80,980 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,600 $0 $ - 14% 95%
3 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,180 $60,840 $21,420 - 115,170 8% 51%
4 Teachers and instructors, all other 1,140 $26,480 $17,590 - 40,770 9% 54%
5 Accountants and auditors 980 $58,420 $37,630 - 87,010 18% 79%
6 Management analysts 450 $79,480 $42,880 - 151,950 22% 78%
7 Lawyers 430 $92,850 $30,800 - 160,860 11% 99%
8 Child, family, and school social workers 320 $37,910 $23,530 - 55,350 19% 77%
9 Pharmacists 300 $114,720 $92,240 - 143,620 22% 97%
10 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 300 $63,200 $26,520 - 116,930 25% 67%
11 Sales and related workers, all other 280 $31,550 $15,450 - 48,640 14% 62%
12 Physical therapists 260 $74,410 $48,910 - 104,800 27% 89%
13 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 250 $77,470 $34,900 - 149,500 12% 51%
14 Civil engineers 220 $88,340 $48,120 - 155,180 18% 87%
15 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 220 $66,190 $39,730 - 97,110 13% 73%
16 Self-enrichment education teachers 220 $29,540 $15,630 - 61,180 23% 54%
17 Financial managers 200 $94,040 $47,240 - 140,050 13% 60%
18 Chief executives 190 $160,010 $70,640 - 2% 65%
19 Sales managers 190 $110,920 $37,920 - 10% 69%
20 Personal financial advisors 190 $63,940 $26,050 - 119,690 41% 81%
21 Network and computer systems administrators 190 $58,680 $35,650 - 85,340 27% 50%
22 Managers, all other 180 $76,900 $39,030 - 108,290 7% 55%
23 Education, training, and library workers, all other 180 $61,460 $32,240 - 81,520 11% 79%
24 Network systems and data communications analysts 180 $57,540 $36,890 - 78,000 53% 57%
25 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 180 $45,880 $28,320 - 72,930 5% 58%
26 Graphic designers 180 $38,270 $27,720 - 57,880 10% 55%
27 Social and human service assistants 180 $23,880 $14,990 - 36,200 34% 58%
28 Public relations specialists 170 $45,770 $28,470 - 75,380 18% 81%
29 Community and social service specialists, all other 170 $41,900 $28,680 - 56,930 25% 58%
30 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 140 $48,850 $30,300 - 74,850 17% 56%
31 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 130 $86,040 $64,080 - 104,660 8% 78%
32 Medical and health services managers 130 $81,680 $55,220 - 129,480 16% 57%
33 Physician assistants 130 $62,340 $28,640 - 87,780 27% 67%
34 Industrial engineers 130 $60,900 $34,440 - 88,100 20% 74%
35 Librarians 130 $58,790 $36,690 - 89,690 4% 85%
36 Coaches and scouts 130 $47,240 $22,270 - 72,110 15% 60%
37 Computer systems analysts 120 $59,430 $43,660 - 80,910 29% 68%
38 Speech-language pathologists 120 $57,510 $32,410 - 87,410 11% 98%
39 Computer programmers 120 $50,750 $28,740 - 77,690 -4% 73%
40 Occupational therapists 110 $80,500 $48,780 - 121,360 23% 90%
41 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 110 $65,160 $35,370 - 85,270 25% 93%
42 Detectives and criminal investigators 110 $56,070 $37,190 - 89,820 17% 54%
43 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 110 $29,420 $18,130 - 43,310 30% 77%
44 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 100 $55,560 $43,880 - 68,600 12% 51%
45 Biological technicians 100 $34,020 $17,970 - 48,740 16% 60%
46 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 90 $49,640 $34,100 - 75,760 12% 94%
47 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 90 $47,650 $29,940 - 75,040 18% 56%
48 Training and development specialists 90 $45,700 $28,410 - 65,510 18% 56%
49 Urban and regional planners 80 $65,080 $43,910 - 89,850 15% 92%
50 Commercial pilots 80 $61,190 $35,970 - 98,500 13% 74%
51 Instructional coordinators 80 $57,690 $28,350 - 84,060 23% 79%
52 Financial specialists, all other 80 $55,890 $35,980 - 79,020 12% 50%
53 Dentists, general 80 $0 $ - 9% 100%
54 Veterinarians 70 $136,810 $69,280 - 35% 100%
55 Therapists, all other 70 $54,590 $35,770 - 74,590 10% 83%
56 Medical and public health social workers 70 $48,720 $34,780 - 65,320 24% 77%
57 Database administrators 70 $47,910 $28,220 - 82,070 29% 72%
58 Editors 70 $47,610 $31,330 - 66,820 2% 81%
59 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 70 $45,920 $33,350 - 65,410 34% 73%
60 Computer software engineers, systems software 70 $40,990 $25,690 - 84,510 28% 85%
61 Engineers, all other 60 $89,500 $59,070 - 126,430 6% 82%
62 Mental health counselors 60 $35,880 $26,080 - 48,470 30% 73%
63 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 50 $81,600 $44,480 - 104,530 16% 99%
64 Mechanical engineers 50 $67,150 $42,900 - 93,840 4% 78%
65 Floral designers 50 $23,950 $17,160 - 32,170 -9% 55%
66 Computer and information systems managers 40 $107,290 $72,420 - 157,900 16% 73%
67 Marketing managers 40 $84,870 $37,200 - 149,030 14% 69%
68 Electrical engineers 40 $76,330 $50,740 - 106,200 6% 81%
69 Surveyors 40 $58,470 $37,030 - 82,660 24% 82%
70 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 40 $48,610 $34,450 - 66,790 18% 56%
71 Operations research analysts 40 $48,330 $29,220 - 80,210 11% 71%
72 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 40 $43,860 $25,260 - 62,990 15% 51%
73 Financial analysts 40 $43,300 $33,220 - 61,120 34% 87%
74 Farm and home management advisors 40 $42,290 $27,300 - 59,370 5% 79%
75 Counselors, all other 40 $41,630 $26,360 - 85,870 17% 73%
76 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 40 $35,790 $18,670 - 51,670 11% 55%
77 Technical writers 40 $33,780 $24,740 - 54,730 20% 74%
78 Health educators 30 $59,010 $33,980 - 78,720 26% 58%
79 Writers and authors 30 $44,270 $15,260 - 68,400 13% 84%

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 4,830 $28,550 $16,160 - 51,190 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 4,600 $18,280 $14,760 - 23,560 -3% 10%
3 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 3,210 $27,800 $17,380 - 39,830 1% 18%
4 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 3,100 $22,000 $16,890 - 29,890 18% 6%
5 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,090 $17,140 $14,490 - 21,020 18% 5%
6 Office clerks, general 2,910 $23,500 $15,090 - 33,690 13% 19%
7 Waiters and waitresses 2,740 $20,400 $14,560 - 30,600 11% 14%
8 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,610 $21,350 $15,540 - 29,740 -8% 8%
9 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,960 $22,000 $15,060 - 30,930 2% 5%
10 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,940 $31,950 $20,160 - 45,120 13% 16%
11 Customer service representatives 1,750 $28,350 $17,880 - 40,210 25% 22%
12 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,690 $24,190 $20,320 - 30,220 18% 7%
13 Construction laborers 1,560 $25,250 $17,600 - 32,740 11% 5%
14 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,460 $44,680 $25,350 - 63,820 4% 25%
15 Receptionists and information clerks 1,440 $24,340 $16,680 - 33,770 17% 13%
16 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,430 $37,930 $24,830 - 51,710 15% 18%
17 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,380 $33,720 $21,860 - 48,460 10% 6%
18 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,360 $19,020 $14,690 - 25,160 15% 4%
19 Cooks, restaurant 1,320 $22,760 $16,030 - 30,620 12% 5%
20 Sales representatives, services, all other 1,290 $47,980 $16,820 - 110,490 28% 48%
21 Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 1,230 $22,060 $17,290 - 26,370 -3% 4%
22 Electricians 1,210 $38,600 $27,370 - 51,690 7% 7%
23 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,170 $45,860 $26,880 - 70,980 6% 29%
24 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 1,070 $48,640 $35,190 - 66,910 11% 33%
25 Packers and packagers, hand 1,060 $17,410 $14,700 - 20,810 -12% 3%
26 Carpenters 1,010 $37,310 $24,230 - 52,100 10% 6%
27 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 1,000 $61,210 $36,400 - 86,310 9% 10%
28 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,000 $27,900 $16,640 - 47,300 8% 4%
29 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 990 $35,330 $20,440 - 56,670 14% 4%
30 Child care workers 970 $20,500 $15,980 - 27,780 18% 15%
31 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 960 $39,790 $33,130 - 50,570 14% 7%
32 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 920 $34,970 $22,310 - 51,310 10% 4%
33 Teacher assistants 910 $20,950 $14,860 - 30,080 10% 18%
34 General and operations managers 810 $95,430 $47,080 - 164,780 2% 48%
35 Medical assistants 780 $29,230 $22,900 - 35,800 35% 10%
36 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 770 $19,280 $15,060 - 24,770 13% 5%
37 Business operations specialists, all other 760 $52,050 $27,810 - 80,230 21% 49%
38 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 750 $33,750 $21,910 - 49,390 11% 14%
39 Food preparation workers 750 $19,210 $14,680 - 24,980 15% 7%
40 Security guards 740 $24,230 $19,100 - 32,440 17% 13%
41 Order clerks 740 $21,880 $15,610 - 31,180 -24% 16%
42 Dishwashers 730 $17,610 $14,610 - 22,990 10% 3%
43 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 720 $24,350 $17,110 - 33,160 4% 6%
44 Tellers 710 $24,020 $17,490 - 31,810 14% 16%
45 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 650 $28,560 $21,380 - 37,880 10% 24%
46 Bartenders 640 $19,980 $14,540 - 33,070 11% 17%
47 Amusement and recreation attendants 620 $17,790 $14,520 - 23,580 24% 22%
48 Insurance sales agents 580 $55,350 $29,610 - 88,550 13% 45%
49 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 580 $36,600 $22,870 - 51,970 11% 4%
50 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 580 $16,400 $14,470 - 19,500 10% 17%
51 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 560 $33,630 $23,050 - 45,120 8% 3%
52 Industrial truck and tractor operators 550 $29,030 $18,050 - 48,070 -2% 2%
53 Roofers 520 $32,360 $22,250 - 45,680 14% 3%
54 Loan officers 510 $51,250 $28,860 - 81,260 12% 49%
55 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 480 $31,580 $15,290 - 49,180 12% 6%
56 Driver/sales workers 480 $26,190 $14,850 - 47,510 -5% 4%
57 Postal service mail carriers 460 $0 $ - 1% 11%
58 Physicians and surgeons, all other 430 $187,300 $115,050 - 0% 0%
59 Medical secretaries 430 $29,820 $22,360 - 38,640 17% 18%
60 Pharmacy technicians 420 $27,220 $19,850 - 34,700 32% 16%
61 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 410 $63,230 $40,370 - 99,980 7% 13%
62 Painters, construction and maintenance 380 $26,260 $17,280 - 39,790 12% 6%
63 Counter and rental clerks 380 $24,970 $14,990 - 45,130 23% 16%
64 Home health aides 370 $20,510 $16,810 - 25,520 49% 7%
65 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 360 $55,380 $31,250 - 81,570 -5% 15%
66 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 360 $17,950 $14,640 - 23,610 12% 6%
67 File clerks 350 $24,200 $17,290 - 32,040 -41% 20%
68 Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 340 $28,270 $15,280 - 39,590 8% 9%
69 Preschool teachers, except special education 340 $23,810 $16,690 - 36,250 26% 43%
70 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 330 $17,730 $14,780 - 21,620 10% 8%
71 Paralegals and legal assistants 310 $42,710 $32,680 - 58,330 22% 45%
72 Brickmasons and blockmasons 310 $40,060 $28,380 - 53,450 10% 3%
73 Team assemblers 310 $28,760 $20,350 - 40,890 0% 5%
74 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 290 $27,920 $19,480 - 37,800 4% 15%
75 Dental hygienists 280 $56,780 $35,550 - 80,340 30% 33%
76 Radiologic technologists and technicians 280 $51,460 $33,990 - 68,770 15% 25%
77 Real estate sales agents 280 $30,020 $21,020 - 39,920 11% 45%
78 Food servers, nonrestaurant 280 $18,490 $14,720 - 23,230 16% 9%
79 First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers 270 $44,620 $27,380 - 71,470 18% 15%
80 Parts salespersons 270 $28,250 $20,790 - 39,510 -2% 6%
81 Cement masons and concrete finishers 260 $36,210 $25,790 - 50,720 11% 2%
82 New accounts clerks 260 $27,470 $21,240 - 37,560 -16% 28%
83 Recreation workers 260 $26,070 $18,020 - 37,690 13% 47%
84 Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 250 $48,320 $26,610 - 66,050 3% 13%
85 Legal secretaries 250 $37,270 $26,100 - 50,620 12% 18%
86 Pest control workers 240 $30,150 $22,290 - 39,550 16% 9%
87 Surveying and mapping technicians 230 $36,090 $21,590 - 51,820 19% 7%
88 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 230 $23,150 $16,150 - 31,000 11% 5%
89 Bill and account collectors 220 $34,270 $23,360 - 48,610 23% 13%
90 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 220 $20,380 $14,680 - 26,500 17% 14%
91 Nonfarm animal caretakers 220 $20,230 $16,420 - 25,720 18% 16%
92 Electrical power-line installers and repairers 210 $54,670 $34,910 - 67,000 7% 6%
93 Computer support specialists 210 $42,300 $27,420 - 63,070 13% 43%
94 Construction and related workers, all other 210 $35,030 $24,160 - 50,010 9% 4%
95 Loan interviewers and clerks 210 $31,810 $22,350 - 44,050 -1% 24%
96 Data entry keyers 210 $29,820 $20,320 - 42,480 -5% 18%
97 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 210 $28,760 $19,010 - 39,040 -5% 5%
98 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 200 $57,090 $37,400 - 80,660 10% 17%
99 Fiberglass laminators and fabricators 200 $31,180 $23,510 - 39,890 6% 5%
100 Plasterers and stucco masons 200 $28,670 $17,350 - 45,710 8% 0%
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Jobs More Common Near Port St Lucie Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Fiberglass laminators and fabricators 31,180 200 16.2
Plasterers and stucco masons 28,670 200 6.7
Construction and related workers, all other 35,030 210 6.2
Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 22,060 1,230 5.6
Roofers 32,360 520 4.9
Pest control workers 30,150 240 4.4
Real estate brokers 0 170 4.4
Surveying and mapping technicians 36,090 230 3.7
Meter readers, utilities 30,640 110 3.7
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 22,000 3,100 3.7
New accounts clerks 27,470 260 3.7
Brickmasons and blockmasons 40,060 310 3.5
Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders 29,050 170 3.4
Order clerks 21,880 740 3.4
Pipelayers 33,120 140 3.4
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 28,560 650 3.3
Appraisers and assessors of real estate 59,570 170 3.3
Photographic processing machine operators 20,950 120 3.2
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 54,670 210 3
Amusement and recreation attendants 17,790 620 2.9
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 28,270 340 2.9
First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers 44,620 270 2.8
Education, training, and library workers, all other 61,460 180 2.8
Painters, transportation equipment 39,130 100 2.7
Teachers and instructors, all other 26,480 1,140 2.6
Tile and marble setters 29,150 100 2.5
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 42,620 190 2.4
Sales representatives, services, all other 47,980 1,290 2.4
Motor vehicle operators, all other 24,400 140 2.2
Veterinary technologists and technicians 25,610 150 2.2
Sales and related workers, all other 31,550 280 2.2
Electricians 38,600 1,210 2.1
Physician assistants 62,340 130 2.1
Crossing guards 27,200 110 2.1
Biological technicians 34,020 100 2
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 48,640 1,070 2
Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers 36,680 150 2
Tire repairers and changers 22,640 150 2
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 61,210 1,000 1.9
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 27,800 3,210 1.9
Insurance sales agents 55,350 580 1.9
Community and social service specialists, all other 41,900 170 1.9
Nonfarm animal caretakers 20,230 220 1.9
Real estate sales agents 30,020 280 1.9
Construction and building inspectors 50,170 160 1.9
Child care workers 20,500 970 1.8
File clerks 24,200 350 1.8
Protective service workers, all other 29,050 120 1.8
Physicians and surgeons, all other 187,300 430 1.8
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 33,630 560 1.8

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Port St Lucie, Florida Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Construction managers 128,310 1.52 190
Education, training, and library workers, all other 61,460 1.5 180
Coaches and scouts 47,240 1.32 130
First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers 46,960 1.32 130
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 66,190 1.28 220
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 31,580 1.26 480
Industrial machinery mechanics 54,000 1.21 190
Civil engineers 88,340 1.21 220
Occupational therapists 80,500 1.2 110
Crossing guards 27,200 1.18 110
Retail salespersons 28,550 1.17 4,830
Appraisers and assessors of real estate 59,570 1.16 170
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 44,680 1.15 1,460
Data entry keyers 29,820 1.15 210
Sales managers 110,920 1.13 190
Librarians 58,790 1.12 130
Architectural and civil drafters 48,800 1.12 140
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 33,750 1.12 750
Bill and account collectors 34,270 1.11 220
First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 63,230 1.11 410
Library assistants, clerical 26,500 1.11 110
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 28,760 1.1 210
Community and social service specialists, all other 41,900 1.1 170
First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 57,090 1.1 200
Cost estimators 61,340 1.1 180
Pharmacists 114,720 1.09 300
Helpers--electricians 29,180 1.09 150
Dental assistants 35,190 1.09 180
Waiters and waitresses 20,400 1.09 2,740
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 22,780 1.09 150
Management analysts 79,480 1.08 450
Recreation workers 26,070 1.08 260
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 60,840 1.08 1,180
Fiberglass laminators and fabricators 31,180 1.08 200
Helpers--production workers 25,380 1.07 110
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 65,160 1.07 110
Counter and rental clerks 24,970 1.07 380
Child care workers 20,500 1.06 970
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 77,470 1.06 250
Chief executives 160,010 1.06 190
First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers 44,620 1.06 270
Telecommunications line installers and repairers 48,410 1.06 150
Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers 36,680 1.06 150
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 86,040 1.05 130
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 61,210 1.05 1,000
Team assemblers 28,760 1.05 310
Physicians and surgeons, all other 187,300 1.05 430
Cooks, restaurant 22,760 1.05 1,320
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 20,380 1.05 220
Medical records and health information technicians 33,060 1.05 140

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