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Sarasota Employment

Employment and Industries in the Sarasota, Florida Area

Tourism is the primary element of Sarasota's economy. A large number of jobs are provided by manufacturing industries including wood products, hydraulic valves, machine parts, magnetic sensors, aviation equipment and electronics. Software development firms also provide numerous jobs in the Sarasota area. Companies involved in the shipping industry, including citrus provide employment. Education, healthcare and social services are also prominent sectors for employment. Management, professional and related occupations provide 27% of the jobs and about 25% of the workforce are in sales and office jobs.

Some of the jobs more common in Sarasota than most of the nation's other cities include construction and related workers, zoologists and wildlife biologists, fiberglass laminators and fabricators, skin care specialists, pest control specialists, ophthalmic laboratory technicians, tile and marble setters and nuclear medicine technologists.

Accolades for Sarasota: The city has been named by Forbes Magazine as the 44th best places to live and do business out of the largest 150 metro areas in the nation. Expansion Magazine ranked Sarasota as the sixth best metropolitan area for standard of living in the nation. Money Magazine named Sarasota as the country's best small city. Entrepreneur Magazine ranked Sarasota as the sixth best medium-sized city in the nation.

The Young Professional Group is a popular Sarasota County networking organization for professionals from 21 to 40 years of age. The organization has over 800 members from a wide variety of careers and industries.

The largest employers in the Sarasota area:

  • Publix - Grocery store chain
  • School Board of Education - Education
  • Tropicana Products Inc - Fruit juice producer
  • Bon Secours - Venice Hospital & Healthcare
  • PGT Industries - Manufacturer of custom doors, windows and patio rooms
  • Walmart - Retail
  • Winn Dixie - Grocery store chain
  • Doctors Hospital of Sarasota - Hospital and outpatient services & affiliates
  • Sun Hydraulics - Designer and manufacturer of hydraulic cartridge valves and manifolds
  • Dooley and Mack Constructors Inc - Construction managers, general contractors
  • Vengroff Williams & Associations Inc - Credit and collection agency; accounts receivable management
  • Pinnacle Towers Inc - Telecommunication tower acquisition and site management
  • W.G. Mills Inc - Construction manager, general contractor
  • Taylor Woodrow Inc - Community developer
  • Comdial Corporation - Develops and markets communications solutions for businesses and government organizations
  • L-3 Communications Aviation Recorders- Manufactures cockpit voice recorders and flight data recorders.
  • Administrative Concepts Corp- Employee administration

Noteworthy information about Sarasota: In 2008 the cost of living index was 90.9 which is less than the nation's average of 100. In 2009 the average salary was $25,000. About 17% of the residents have a bachelor's degree and approximately 9% have a graduate degree. Sarasota is a popular retirement area.

Sarasota companies have access to business organizations such as:

The Herald-Tribune offers up-to-date information regarding the business activities in Sarasota.

Most Popular Jobs in Sarasota, 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 5,230 $57,340 $37,230 - 78,690 24% 56%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 3,440 $54,010 $25,810 - 96,960 8% 51%
3 Accountants and auditors 2,440 $58,350 $33,070 - 92,030 18% 79%
4 Elementary school teachers, except special education 2,390 $49,430 $34,980 - 68,560 14% 95%
5 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,360 $51,810 $36,470 - 73,430 6% 96%
6 Management analysts 1,300 $59,060 $29,270 - 115,060 22% 78%
7 Lawyers 1,080 $96,830 $39,460 - 11% 99%
8 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,060 $48,870 $34,470 - 68,460 11% 95%
9 Teachers and instructors, all other 1,020 $33,670 $19,930 - 56,250 9% 54%
10 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 770 $0 $ - 12% 51%
11 Financial managers 590 $104,320 $47,890 - 13% 60%
12 Computer programmers 580 $65,760 $42,580 - 94,400 -4% 73%
13 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 570 $56,950 $30,850 - 106,010 25% 67%
14 Chief executives 560 $165,960 $85,150 - 2% 65%
15 Personal financial advisors 560 $71,480 $35,200 - 127,750 41% 81%
16 Sales managers 550 $122,100 $66,270 - 10% 69%
17 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 540 $44,420 $25,880 - 72,660 18% 56%
18 Public relations specialists 510 $52,840 $35,000 - 78,020 18% 81%
19 Civil engineers 490 $72,710 $51,530 - 101,050 18% 87%
20 Pharmacists 470 $101,550 $82,710 - 128,110 22% 97%
21 Graphic designers 460 $42,320 $28,500 - 54,020 10% 55%
22 Computer systems analysts 420 $63,430 $44,540 - 92,450 29% 68%
23 Managers, all other 410 $87,060 $43,610 - 136,150 7% 55%
24 Sales and related workers, all other 410 $48,060 $25,060 - 85,730 14% 62%
25 Advertising sales agents 400 $46,170 $27,970 - 72,970 20% 56%
26 Network and computer systems administrators 380 $59,880 $35,520 - 84,910 27% 50%
27 Physical therapists 360 $74,920 $53,970 - 107,330 27% 89%
28 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 360 $47,110 $29,750 - 69,280 5% 58%
29 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 350 $49,470 $32,750 - 75,470 17% 56%
30 Child, family, and school social workers 350 $34,020 $15,580 - 52,220 19% 77%
31 Coaches and scouts 340 $38,770 $20,300 - 65,080 15% 60%
32 Industrial engineers 330 $60,840 $35,600 - 86,810 20% 74%
33 Architects, except landscape and naval 320 $0 $ - 18% 88%
34 Medical and health services managers 300 $90,430 $57,300 - 129,510 16% 57%
35 Computer software engineers, applications 300 $67,430 $40,450 - 102,550 45% 85%
36 Financial specialists, all other 300 $62,380 $35,190 - 134,200 12% 50%
37 Social and human service assistants 300 $30,220 $16,030 - 44,390 34% 58%
38 Network systems and data communications analysts 290 $61,180 $33,870 - 89,690 53% 57%
39 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 290 $52,510 $34,370 - 76,610 13% 73%
40 Physician assistants 280 $91,760 $20,810 - 27% 67%
41 Insurance underwriters 270 $53,860 $30,370 - 81,800 6% 53%
42 Occupational therapists 250 $63,740 $36,720 - 88,250 23% 90%
43 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 240 $64,890 $33,680 - 98,800 25% 93%
44 Self-enrichment education teachers 240 $37,750 $20,970 - 63,310 23% 54%
45 Education, training, and library workers, all other 230 $56,910 $23,930 - 91,850 11% 79%
46 Librarians 230 $51,260 $35,150 - 74,400 4% 85%
47 Speech-language pathologists 220 $63,140 $42,110 - 93,460 11% 98%
48 Dentists, general 210 $173,670 $78,500 - 9% 100%
49 Medical and public health social workers 210 $45,560 $33,070 - 60,730 24% 77%
50 Editors 190 $57,360 $26,080 - 87,120 2% 81%
51 Mechanical engineers 170 $67,990 $46,380 - 96,720 4% 78%
52 Zoologists and wildlife biologists 170 $39,790 $24,370 - 59,660 9% 95%
53 Computer and information systems managers 160 $104,670 $64,710 - 154,890 16% 73%
54 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 160 $89,870 $32,120 - 123,220 8% 78%
55 Chiropractors 160 $48,480 $23,420 - 74,930 14% 98%
56 Community and social service specialists, all other 160 $39,840 $26,630 - 59,760 25% 58%
57 Marketing managers 150 $96,650 $53,930 - 164,900 14% 69%
58 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 150 $50,690 $33,690 - 75,930 18% 56%
59 Mental health counselors 150 $44,540 $27,240 - 74,130 30% 73%
60 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 150 $35,400 $15,610 - 61,800 34% 73%
61 Market research analysts 140 $72,190 $33,010 - 139,240 20% 82%
62 Writers and authors 140 $48,970 $26,440 - 66,790 13% 84%
63 Counselors, all other 140 $32,680 $23,310 - 40,560 17% 73%
64 Engineers, all other 130 $75,900 $46,330 - 112,220 6% 82%
65 Instructional coordinators 130 $57,440 $28,340 - 84,310 23% 79%
66 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 130 $37,600 $28,050 - 50,470 11% 58%
67 Clergy 130 $36,070 $15,430 - 51,290 19% 75%
68 Floral designers 130 $23,390 $15,600 - 31,500 -9% 55%
69 Computer software engineers, systems software 120 $98,040 $62,260 - 134,990 28% 85%
70 Surveyors 120 $53,860 $26,740 - 96,040 24% 82%
71 Reporters and correspondents 120 $39,560 $23,670 - 63,830 1% 85%
72 Veterinarians 110 $129,900 $55,960 - 35% 100%
73 Environmental engineers 110 $95,800 $55,240 - 135,420 25% 86%
74 Operations research analysts 110 $52,880 $35,380 - 78,260 11% 71%
75 Private detectives and investigators 110 $41,280 $32,900 - 53,620 18% 52%
76 Social and community service managers 100 $92,860 $54,550 - 128,420 25% 72%
77 Engineering managers 90 $98,320 $61,580 - 152,290 7% 84%
78 Urban and regional planners 90 $66,400 $40,770 - 84,150 15% 92%
79 Database administrators 90 $65,250 $41,990 - 93,920 29% 72%
80 Financial analysts 90 $55,540 $37,300 - 77,530 34% 87%
81 Legislators 80 $34,820 $23,800 - 60,870 1% 65%
82 Compensation and benefits managers 70 $98,050 $72,440 - 128,900 12% 58%
83 Purchasing managers 70 $90,940 $56,180 - 129,440 3% 57%
84 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 70 $65,510 $39,510 - 84,000 16% 99%
85 Detectives and criminal investigators 70 $60,850 $40,840 - 88,250 17% 54%
86 Budget analysts 70 $57,110 $38,920 - 78,450 7% 78%
87 Dietitians and nutritionists 70 $51,810 $33,020 - 65,990 9% 72%
88 Health educators 70 $41,430 $21,680 - 64,470 26% 58%
89 Farm and home management advisors 70 $40,890 $23,050 - 61,260 5% 79%
90 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 70 $33,400 $22,560 - 49,700 30% 77%
91 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 70 $24,640 $21,970 - 27,270 15% 72%
92 Chemists 60 $58,870 $35,900 - 87,330 9% 93%
93 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 60 $58,170 $39,980 - 73,330 12% 94%
94 Producers and directors 60 $53,000 $25,070 - 124,360 11% 75%
95 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 60 $27,950 $18,510 - 40,450 11% 55%
96 Therapists, all other 50 $54,040 $34,090 - 79,080 10% 83%
97 Occupational health and safety specialists 50 $53,480 $36,500 - 77,170 8% 72%
98 Rehabilitation counselors 50 $38,180 $26,760 - 60,500 23% 73%
99 Podiatrists 50 $0 $ - 10% 99%
100 Psychologists, all other 50 $0 $ - 8% 99%

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 9,390 $29,460 $16,170 - 53,300 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 8,620 $18,750 $15,020 - 23,850 -3% 10%
3 Waiters and waitresses 8,160 $20,940 $14,720 - 30,700 11% 14%
4 Stock clerks and order fillers 6,190 $21,490 $15,970 - 29,440 -8% 8%
5 Office clerks, general 6,090 $24,600 $15,230 - 35,430 13% 19%
6 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 5,370 $28,900 $19,540 - 39,430 1% 18%
7 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 5,130 $23,190 $17,350 - 31,270 18% 6%
8 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 4,980 $17,840 $14,640 - 23,550 18% 5%
9 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 4,700 $25,380 $19,280 - 32,630 18% 7%
10 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 4,560 $22,760 $16,970 - 31,260 2% 5%
11 Customer service representatives 3,970 $27,850 $18,710 - 38,690 25% 22%
12 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 3,920 $32,720 $21,370 - 46,700 13% 16%
13 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 3,460 $37,720 $26,380 - 52,010 15% 18%
14 Receptionists and information clerks 3,130 $25,000 $17,870 - 32,020 17% 13%
15 Cooks, restaurant 3,050 $24,030 $16,960 - 32,380 12% 5%
16 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 3,010 $23,280 $15,590 - 31,470 15% 4%
17 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 2,860 $44,310 $24,880 - 65,220 6% 29%
18 Carpenters 2,640 $40,470 $22,140 - 64,130 10% 6%
19 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 2,580 $44,400 $26,050 - 69,070 4% 25%
20 Food preparation workers 2,550 $19,620 $15,320 - 25,590 15% 7%
21 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 2,530 $39,290 $28,300 - 51,170 14% 7%
22 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,410 $20,820 $16,050 - 26,300 13% 5%
23 Team assemblers 2,380 $26,370 $18,010 - 35,410 0% 5%
24 Maintenance and repair workers, general 2,340 $31,320 $19,630 - 43,520 10% 6%
25 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 2,100 $58,720 $37,570 - 86,690 9% 10%
26 Sales representatives, services, all other 2,020 $50,090 $26,380 - 85,220 28% 48%
27 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,960 $35,700 $24,120 - 52,550 10% 4%
28 Business operations specialists, all other 1,850 $56,050 $25,800 - 82,900 21% 49%
29 General and operations managers 1,750 $94,050 $51,760 - 158,400 2% 48%
30 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,680 $28,900 $16,930 - 49,980 8% 4%
31 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 1,680 $25,670 $16,940 - 38,190 4% 6%
32 Dishwashers 1,590 $17,420 $14,530 - 22,700 10% 3%
33 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,540 $32,530 $21,060 - 47,020 11% 14%
34 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,490 $39,440 $20,120 - 63,470 14% 4%
35 Security guards 1,450 $22,750 $16,620 - 30,260 17% 13%
36 Home health aides 1,430 $24,390 $19,790 - 31,640 49% 7%
37 Teacher assistants 1,430 $19,760 $14,940 - 26,260 10% 18%
38 Bartenders 1,350 $20,290 $14,510 - 30,330 11% 17%
39 Tellers 1,320 $25,000 $18,760 - 32,710 14% 16%
40 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 1,270 $51,460 $35,970 - 69,840 11% 33%
41 Packers and packagers, hand 1,220 $19,230 $14,760 - 27,050 -12% 3%
42 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 1,160 $38,820 $28,920 - 49,560 11% 4%
43 Electricians 1,130 $38,860 $28,760 - 51,640 7% 7%
44 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 1,130 $18,600 $14,880 - 24,180 12% 6%
45 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 1,100 $30,400 $22,140 - 39,170 4% 15%
46 Insurance sales agents 1,060 $56,190 $28,090 - 116,330 13% 45%
47 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 1,020 $17,350 $14,800 - 20,670 10% 8%
48 Painters, construction and maintenance 1,010 $28,460 $21,450 - 37,120 12% 6%
49 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 1,010 $23,710 $16,730 - 32,230 10% 24%
50 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 1,000 $29,960 $15,360 - 55,790 12% 6%
51 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 990 $17,680 $14,600 - 23,260 10% 17%
52 Telemarketers 980 $24,050 $17,120 - 32,030 -10% 14%
53 Medical assistants 950 $29,390 $21,660 - 39,300 35% 10%
54 Postal service mail carriers 910 $0 $ - 1% 11%
55 Bill and account collectors 900 $31,550 $25,410 - 39,370 23% 13%
56 Real estate sales agents 890 $40,880 $21,120 - 72,300 11% 45%
57 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 880 $52,920 $31,860 - 79,790 -5% 15%
58 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 880 $31,150 $21,560 - 41,110 8% 3%
59 Fire fighters 870 $41,940 $27,110 - 59,610 12% 18%
60 Medical secretaries 820 $29,430 $22,070 - 38,920 17% 18%
61 Helpers--production workers 810 $27,020 $16,230 - 47,760 -1% 4%
62 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 800 $58,290 $35,840 - 85,670 7% 13%
63 Telecommunications line installers and repairers 800 $42,560 $27,550 - 58,350 5% 8%
64 Construction and related workers, all other 780 $30,420 $15,360 - 45,120 9% 4%
65 Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 780 $29,480 $22,300 - 39,230 8% 9%
66 Cooks, fast food 770 $17,180 $14,800 - 20,020 8% 5%
67 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 760 $20,360 $14,630 - 28,750 14% 3%
68 Counter and rental clerks 750 $27,260 $15,610 - 44,140 23% 16%
69 Child care workers 740 $18,960 $14,930 - 24,510 18% 15%
70 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 710 $37,930 $26,010 - 51,230 9% 3%
71 Loan officers 700 $60,720 $31,620 - 97,960 12% 49%
72 Order clerks 680 $25,550 $17,850 - 36,590 -24% 16%
73 Driver/sales workers 670 $28,100 $15,880 - 43,140 -5% 4%
74 Recreation workers 670 $23,170 $15,830 - 35,590 13% 47%
75 Paralegals and legal assistants 650 $40,600 $27,400 - 56,610 22% 45%
76 Dental assistants 650 $34,070 $25,750 - 43,530 29% 9%
77 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 630 $24,090 $16,870 - 31,540 11% 5%
78 Industrial truck and tractor operators 620 $26,810 $18,170 - 36,940 -2% 2%
79 Bus drivers, school 610 $19,730 $15,140 - 25,390 9% 4%
80 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 600 $74,300 $39,050 - 108,620 4% 38%
81 Computer support specialists 600 $39,600 $25,500 - 56,620 13% 43%
82 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 590 $30,860 $20,550 - 46,190 -7% 14%
83 Construction managers 580 $85,190 $58,390 - 117,780 16% 29%
84 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 580 $28,080 $21,180 - 38,230 5% 2%
85 Physicians and surgeons, all other 570 $213,480 $141,600 - 0% 0%
86 Pharmacy technicians 570 $25,020 $18,520 - 31,540 32% 16%
87 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 570 $22,880 $16,640 - 30,680 17% 14%
88 Cost estimators 560 $54,250 $28,850 - 85,740 19% 32%
89 Loan interviewers and clerks 540 $31,740 $18,250 - 47,740 -1% 24%
90 File clerks 530 $26,500 $20,380 - 35,930 -41% 20%
91 Pest control workers 520 $29,020 $22,300 - 36,110 16% 9%
92 Data entry keyers 520 $26,440 $18,640 - 35,110 -5% 18%
93 Preschool teachers, except special education 510 $28,520 $17,190 - 40,030 26% 43%
94 Property, real estate, and community association managers 500 $64,270 $33,690 - 129,250 15% 36%
95 Brickmasons and blockmasons 500 $38,030 $25,820 - 52,760 10% 3%
96 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 500 $26,350 $17,880 - 37,260 -27% 6%
97 Medical records and health information technicians 490 $29,980 $21,600 - 44,810 18% 12%
98 Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 490 $28,280 $18,990 - 38,370 12% 3%
99 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 490 $25,330 $15,260 - 40,940 27% 47%
100 Personal and home care aides 470 $22,640 $17,260 - 29,560 51% 10%
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Jobs More Common Near Sarasota Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Construction and related workers, all other 30,420 780 10.7
Zoologists and wildlife biologists 39,790 170 10
Fiberglass laminators and fabricators 26,980 260 9.8
Skin care specialists 35,210 180 4.6
Pest control workers 29,020 520 4.5
Ophthalmic laboratory technicians 25,540 190 4.4
Tile and marble setters 26,350 370 4.4
Nuclear medicine technologists 63,300 140 4.1
Chiropractors 48,480 160 4
Plasterers and stucco masons 33,570 250 3.9
Outdoor power equipment and other small engine mechanics 32,930 100 3.8
Glaziers 32,310 260 3.7
Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 28,280 490 3.6
Counselors, all other 32,680 140 3.4
Pharmacy aides 19,260 260 3.4
Psychiatric technicians 23,390 170 3.1
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 29,480 780 3
Motor vehicle operators, all other 25,920 400 3
Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters 24,620 250 2.9
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 23,190 5,130 2.9
Real estate sales agents 40,880 890 2.8
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 24,830 120 2.8
Private detectives and investigators 41,280 110 2.8
Massage therapists 44,110 240 2.6
Electromechanical equipment assemblers 26,300 240 2.6
Telecommunications line installers and repairers 42,560 800 2.6
Real estate brokers 69,780 220 2.6
Job printers 28,430 170 2.6
Security and fire alarm systems installers 32,390 290 2.6
Brickmasons and blockmasons 38,030 500 2.6
Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders 27,840 270 2.5
Title examiners, abstractors, and searchers 41,640 240 2.5
Dental laboratory technicians 30,420 170 2.5
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 23,710 1,010 2.4
Travel agents 19,880 390 2.4
Medical equipment preparers 25,960 180 2.4
Surveying and mapping technicians 39,160 310 2.3
Personal care and service workers, all other 22,090 240 2.3
Painters, transportation equipment 28,730 180 2.3
Manicurists and pedicurists 26,920 160 2.2
Cardiovascular technologists and technicians 35,760 180 2.1
Physician assistants 91,760 280 2.1
Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 31,610 190 2.1
Pipelayers 30,030 180 2
Painters, construction and maintenance 28,460 1,010 2
Court, municipal, and license clerks 30,070 340 2
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 40,850 390 1.9
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 39,290 2,530 1.9
Helpers--electricians 26,000 380 1.9
Roofers 31,690 430 1.9

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Veterinarians 129,900 1.5 110
Education, training, and library workers, all other 56,910 1.38 230
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 40,850 1.33 390
Environmental engineers 95,800 1.29 110
Sales managers 122,100 1.24 550
Market research analysts 72,190 1.23 140
Crossing guards 28,240 1.23 170
Sales and related workers, all other 48,060 1.22 410
Food servers, nonrestaurant 24,630 1.22 340
Retail salespersons 29,460 1.21 9,390
First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers 50,820 1.2 380
Property, real estate, and community association managers 64,270 1.2 500
Physicians and surgeons, all other 213,480 1.2 570
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 29,960 1.19 1,000
Manicurists and pedicurists 26,920 1.18 160
Computer software engineers, systems software 98,040 1.18 120
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 22,880 1.18 570
Chefs and head cooks 47,450 1.17 200
Counter and rental clerks 27,260 1.17 750
New accounts clerks 35,540 1.17 130
Editors 57,360 1.16 190
Administrative services managers 84,220 1.16 240
Lifeguards, ski patrol, and other recreational protective service workers 22,260 1.15 150
Home health aides 24,390 1.15 1,430
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 44,400 1.15 2,580
Helpers--production workers 27,020 1.14 810
Personal and home care aides 22,640 1.13 470
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 57,560 1.13 240
Massage therapists 44,110 1.13 240
Financial managers 104,320 1.12 590
Food service managers 54,550 1.12 410
Physician assistants 91,760 1.12 280
First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 39,270 1.12 280
File clerks 26,500 1.12 530
Preschool teachers, except special education 28,520 1.12 510
Waiters and waitresses 20,940 1.12 8,160
Cooks, restaurant 24,030 1.11 3,050
First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers 39,300 1.1 360
Chief executives 165,960 1.1 560
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 89,870 1.1 160
Mental health counselors 44,540 1.09 150
Financial specialists, all other 62,380 1.09 300
Maids and housekeeping cleaners 20,820 1.09 2,410
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 39,440 1.09 1,490
Coaches and scouts 38,770 1.09 340
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 32,530 1.08 1,540
Driver/sales workers 28,100 1.07 670
Dentists, general 173,670 1.07 210
Opticians, dispensing 36,440 1.07 170
Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 18,600 1.07 1,130

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