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Tallahassee Employment

Employment and Industries in the Tallahassee, Florida Area

Government is the primary element of the Tallahassee economy. Tallahassee is regarded as a prominent regional center for agriculture and trade. The city is also one of the fastest growing hi-tech and manufacturing areas in the state of Florida. Computer hardware vendors, telecommunications and software developers are fast growing business sectors.

Education, food processing, printing and publishing and the lumber industry also contribute to the economy. Inc Magazine has included Tallahassee among the "Best small metro areas to start and grow a business." Tallahassee was also named as one of the best places for business and careers by Forbes Magazine.

Some of the jobs in Tallahassee that are primarily filled by college graduates are management analysts, accountants and auditors, registered nurses, lawyers, teachers, network systems and data communications analysts; computer systems analysts, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives and computer programmers.

The major non-agricultural employment sectors are shown below:

  • Government
  • Trade, transportation and utilities
  • Professional and business services
  • Education and health services
  • Leisure and hospitality
  • Finance
  • Construction
  • Manufacturing

Noteworthy information about Tallahassee: In 2008 the cost of living index was 88.1 which is less than the national average of 100. In 2007 the estimated household income was $41,000. For the population over the age of 25, about 45% have a bachelor's degree or better.

  • State of Florida
  • Executive Office of the Governor of Florida
  • Florida Department of Corrections
  • Department of Children and Families
  • Florida State University
  • Leon County Schools
  • Florida Department of Transportation
  • Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Inc
  • Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
  • The city of Tallahassee
  • Florida Department of Education
  • Florida A & M University
  • Publix Supermarkets
  • Tallahassee Community College
  • Sprint
  • General Dynamics
  • Elbit Systems of America
  • Danfoss Turbocor
  • Figg Engineering Group
  • Municipal Code Corporation

Business organizations providing assistance to Tallahassee companies:

Tallahassee.com offers current information regarding the business endeavors in Tallahassee.

Most Popular Jobs in Tallahassee, 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 Management analysts 4,890 $53,310 $35,210 - 77,450 22% 78%
2 Accountants and auditors 3,530 $51,290 $30,440 - 77,090 18% 79%
3 Registered nurses 2,980 $54,600 $38,960 - 70,710 24% 56%
4 Lawyers 1,630 $96,560 $53,630 - 11% 99%
5 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,460 $44,780 $34,390 - 62,950 14% 95%
6 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 1,180 $38,880 $27,200 - 53,410 5% 58%
7 Network systems and data communications analysts 1,050 $51,700 $34,150 - 75,580 53% 57%
8 Computer systems analysts 990 $59,180 $35,150 - 86,670 29% 68%
9 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 860 $47,560 $19,450 - 73,550 8% 51%
10 Public relations specialists 820 $52,250 $26,950 - 84,560 18% 81%
11 Computer programmers 810 $55,940 $36,670 - 78,240 -4% 73%
12 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 780 $47,320 $35,270 - 66,710 6% 96%
13 Teachers and instructors, all other 710 $33,490 $16,080 - 62,370 9% 54%
14 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 680 $45,500 $34,400 - 64,680 11% 95%
15 Network and computer systems administrators 660 $64,270 $42,770 - 90,040 27% 50%
16 Managers, all other 640 $81,740 $46,590 - 123,780 7% 55%
17 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 630 $49,720 $35,630 - 67,630 25% 93%
18 Instructional coordinators 620 $45,930 $30,210 - 62,910 23% 79%
19 Education, training, and library workers, all other 570 $48,910 $21,380 - 81,270 11% 79%
20 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 550 $55,540 $34,360 - 93,920 13% 73%
21 Personal financial advisors 530 $40,260 $27,960 - 52,560 41% 81%
22 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 520 $58,710 $26,990 - 96,660 12% 51%
23 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 510 $58,010 $36,870 - 92,600 17% 56%
24 Civil engineers 490 $75,940 $45,960 - 110,330 18% 87%
25 Operations research analysts 460 $48,610 $31,850 - 68,580 11% 71%
26 Librarians 410 $60,200 $37,450 - 90,020 4% 85%
27 Computer software engineers, applications 390 $95,370 $40,700 - 45% 85%
28 Pharmacists 360 $100,500 $49,230 - 130,850 22% 97%
29 Social and human service assistants 360 $24,330 $15,960 - 36,430 34% 58%
30 Community and social service specialists, all other 330 $43,880 $24,420 - 62,120 25% 58%
31 Training and development specialists 320 $45,040 $26,010 - 67,270 18% 56%
32 Advertising sales agents 300 $42,270 $20,400 - 71,880 20% 56%
33 Rehabilitation counselors 290 $35,810 $19,850 - 50,720 23% 73%
34 Chief executives 280 $154,580 $70,270 - 2% 65%
35 Financial managers 280 $94,760 $48,870 - 136,220 13% 60%
36 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 260 $38,190 $24,040 - 56,060 18% 56%
37 Graphic designers 250 $41,450 $28,100 - 58,570 10% 55%
38 Sales and related workers, all other 250 $40,040 $17,650 - 78,030 14% 62%
39 Financial specialists, all other 240 $61,320 $31,350 - 105,490 12% 50%
40 Database administrators 240 $57,450 $37,720 - 82,450 29% 72%
41 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 240 $35,540 $24,910 - 52,620 -5% 96%
42 Sales managers 230 $107,790 $54,760 - 137,920 10% 69%
43 Medical and health services managers 220 $90,970 $53,810 - 146,700 16% 57%
44 Insurance underwriters 220 $46,760 $28,770 - 79,600 6% 53%
45 Budget analysts 210 $52,620 $32,230 - 80,240 7% 78%
46 Financial analysts 210 $51,560 $30,860 - 79,030 34% 87%
47 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 210 $45,280 $35,080 - 62,170 20% 87%
48 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 200 $78,290 $55,020 - 105,550 8% 78%
49 Engineers, all other 200 $76,550 $41,540 - 119,570 6% 82%
50 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 200 $42,510 $29,570 - 62,050 18% 56%
51 Computer and information systems managers 180 $95,050 $61,960 - 134,370 16% 73%
52 Architects, except landscape and naval 170 $73,450 $45,850 - 131,790 18% 88%
53 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 170 $37,080 $26,340 - 56,980 30% 77%
54 Medical and public health social workers 170 $29,860 $17,970 - 46,600 24% 77%
55 Self-enrichment education teachers 160 $47,450 $17,690 - 80,690 23% 54%
56 Physician assistants 150 $84,930 $63,110 - 118,120 27% 67%
57 Electrical engineers 150 $74,170 $40,990 - 107,780 6% 81%
58 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 150 $60,060 $40,960 - 83,580 16% 99%
59 Editors 150 $47,580 $24,880 - 76,710 2% 81%
60 Child, family, and school social workers 150 $41,560 $24,880 - 60,580 19% 77%
61 Coaches and scouts 140 $73,340 $35,650 - 148,950 15% 60%
62 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 140 $38,730 $28,420 - 50,780 11% 58%
63 Counselors, all other 140 $33,180 $17,410 - 48,270 17% 73%
64 Public relations managers 130 $101,770 $68,170 - 139,810 17% 75%
65 Market research analysts 130 $58,150 $27,040 - 115,060 20% 82%
66 Urban and regional planners 130 $56,860 $38,740 - 81,290 15% 92%
67 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 130 $50,970 $40,480 - 63,860 12% 51%
68 Biological scientists, all other 130 $47,140 $29,270 - 68,880 4% 95%
69 Special education teachers, middle school 130 $46,720 $35,500 - 65,240 16% 87%
70 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 120 $30,010 $16,880 - 43,580 15% 51%
71 Physical therapists 110 $72,340 $46,600 - 114,820 27% 89%
72 Industrial engineers 110 $69,940 $25,010 - 114,880 20% 74%
73 Occupational therapists 110 $62,370 $28,830 - 99,270 23% 90%
74 Surveyors 110 $58,040 $31,610 - 86,250 24% 82%
75 Special education teachers, secondary school 110 $50,260 $35,560 - 70,390 9% 87%
76 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 100 $91,820 $28,840 - 25% 67%
77 Producers and directors 100 $70,000 $28,740 - 106,270 11% 75%
78 Zoologists and wildlife biologists 100 $52,210 $35,920 - 69,100 9% 95%
79 Meeting and convention planners 90 $51,400 $28,740 - 74,240 20% 67%
80 Social and community service managers 80 $79,780 $51,190 - 115,780 25% 72%
81 Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 80 $64,500 $43,800 - 104,720 22% 93%
82 Social scientists and related workers, all other 80 $53,510 $37,510 - 74,890 5% 90%
83 Farm and home management advisors 80 $49,630 $23,550 - 81,240 5% 79%
84 Therapists, all other 80 $49,470 $28,240 - 80,150 10% 83%
85 Reporters and correspondents 80 $39,340 $22,170 - 70,540 1% 85%
86 Engineering managers 70 $112,440 $83,870 - 140,930 7% 84%
87 Marketing managers 70 $93,070 $48,820 - 130,220 14% 69%
88 Speech-language pathologists 70 $64,200 $39,730 - 94,930 11% 98%
89 Computer specialists, all other 70 $49,170 $27,260 - 80,620 15% 68%
90 Dietitians and nutritionists 70 $48,650 $35,780 - 63,580 9% 72%
91 Natural sciences managers 60 $88,870 $70,680 - 105,760 11% 93%
92 Advertising and promotions managers 60 $66,400 $29,540 - 136,440 6% 76%
93 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 60 $49,770 $17,760 - 87,390 15% 72%
94 Clergy 60 $40,100 $29,370 - 50,480 19% 75%
95 Dentists, general 50 $168,510 $108,550 - 9% 100%
96 Veterinarians 50 $78,390 $38,010 - 119,640 35% 100%
97 Economists 50 $65,560 $43,840 - 99,330 8% 100%
98 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 50 $61,060 $22,100 - 98,760 12% 94%
99 Health educators 50 $56,080 $35,380 - 84,310 26% 58%
100 Occupational health and safety specialists 50 $53,720 $34,770 - 81,570 8% 72%

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 4,970 $25,210 $14,980 - 43,600 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 4,720 $17,420 $14,660 - 20,660 -3% 10%
3 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 4,690 $16,650 $14,590 - 19,940 18% 5%
4 Office clerks, general 4,050 $24,000 $16,050 - 32,060 13% 19%
5 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 3,950 $36,630 $25,570 - 51,490 15% 18%
6 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 3,760 $27,450 $16,940 - 40,140 1% 18%
7 Waiters and waitresses 3,480 $19,420 $14,640 - 25,710 11% 14%
8 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 3,390 $20,810 $15,010 - 29,450 15% 4%
9 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,830 $19,780 $14,990 - 27,130 -8% 8%
10 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 2,160 $30,170 $18,640 - 41,800 13% 16%
11 Business operations specialists, all other 2,120 $53,850 $29,250 - 82,300 21% 49%
12 Customer service representatives 1,850 $26,460 $15,580 - 38,950 25% 22%
13 Receptionists and information clerks 1,480 $23,120 $16,160 - 31,220 17% 13%
14 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,400 $40,020 $23,970 - 65,420 4% 25%
15 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,340 $20,680 $15,590 - 25,830 18% 7%
16 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,310 $43,940 $25,640 - 63,710 6% 29%
17 Teacher assistants 1,280 $25,280 $18,140 - 33,630 10% 18%
18 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,270 $29,680 $19,300 - 41,630 10% 6%
19 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,230 $21,040 $15,260 - 28,640 2% 5%
20 Sales representatives, services, all other 1,140 $58,940 $25,390 - 98,780 28% 48%
21 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,120 $30,330 $21,880 - 40,970 10% 4%
22 Psychiatric aides 1,090 $26,930 $21,630 - 34,750 -0% 7%
23 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,080 $27,770 $15,850 - 55,070 8% 4%
24 Cooks, restaurant 1,080 $20,240 $15,590 - 26,580 12% 5%
25 Security guards 1,040 $25,970 $14,880 - 45,460 17% 13%
26 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,040 $16,980 $14,640 - 20,540 13% 5%
27 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,030 $23,390 $17,080 - 32,290 18% 6%
28 General and operations managers 1,010 $97,900 $44,850 - 160,150 2% 48%
29 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 940 $31,420 $21,320 - 45,530 11% 14%
30 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 920 $47,680 $32,930 - 68,600 11% 33%
31 Computer support specialists 910 $36,850 $26,250 - 50,830 13% 43%
32 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 890 $35,730 $26,970 - 47,280 14% 7%
33 Construction laborers 840 $23,240 $15,550 - 31,910 11% 5%
34 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 820 $53,160 $33,940 - 76,910 9% 10%
35 Food preparation workers 820 $18,900 $14,670 - 26,910 15% 7%
36 Correctional officers and jailers 800 $0 $ - 17% 11%
37 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 790 $35,560 $21,350 - 54,920 14% 4%
38 Dishwashers 780 $16,300 $14,470 - 19,440 10% 3%
39 Tellers 710 $22,630 $17,500 - 29,220 14% 16%
40 Electricians 690 $34,020 $23,790 - 43,740 7% 7%
41 Child care workers 680 $19,290 $14,910 - 24,340 18% 15%
42 File clerks 640 $24,970 $17,050 - 32,900 -41% 20%
43 Insurance sales agents 630 $50,190 $25,860 - 88,060 13% 45%
44 Carpenters 610 $31,790 $21,470 - 46,000 10% 6%
45 Home health aides 570 $19,610 $16,840 - 23,860 49% 7%
46 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 550 $16,600 $14,530 - 20,350 10% 17%
47 Loan officers 540 $53,410 $27,400 - 85,750 12% 49%
48 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 530 $36,340 $26,820 - 49,010 9% 3%
49 Medical assistants 510 $27,730 $20,250 - 37,770 35% 10%
50 Paralegals and legal assistants 500 $41,960 $27,520 - 62,930 22% 45%
51 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 490 $23,710 $15,400 - 40,880 12% 6%
52 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 470 $24,290 $17,170 - 32,560 10% 24%
53 Counter and rental clerks 460 $21,180 $14,980 - 30,930 23% 16%
54 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 440 $55,600 $35,540 - 79,430 7% 13%
55 Real estate sales agents 430 $36,570 $21,100 - 54,100 11% 45%
56 All other information and record clerks 430 $30,330 $17,410 - 46,870 -13% 21%
57 Preschool teachers, except special education 430 $26,020 $15,700 - 45,790 26% 43%
58 Driver/sales workers 430 $17,350 $14,470 - 27,690 -5% 4%
59 Pharmacy technicians 420 $26,850 $18,630 - 33,860 32% 16%
60 Bus drivers, school 420 $26,360 $16,320 - 37,710 9% 4%
61 Cooks, fast food 420 $16,060 $14,510 - 19,020 8% 5%
62 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 410 $30,990 $20,820 - 44,370 4% 15%
63 Medical secretaries 410 $27,210 $18,520 - 39,090 17% 18%
64 Data entry keyers 410 $23,480 $16,110 - 31,210 -5% 18%
65 Legal secretaries 400 $39,110 $28,910 - 50,340 12% 18%
66 Postal service mail carriers 390 $0 $ - 1% 11%
67 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 380 $44,350 $28,120 - 64,390 9% 47%
68 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 380 $29,840 $15,260 - 48,010 27% 47%
69 Loan interviewers and clerks 380 $29,240 $19,590 - 39,030 -1% 24%
70 Painters, construction and maintenance 380 $27,140 $18,540 - 34,190 12% 6%
71 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 380 $22,050 $17,200 - 28,820 11% 5%
72 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 380 $20,010 $14,590 - 28,930 14% 3%
73 Administrative services managers 370 $89,580 $59,560 - 124,000 12% 40%
74 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 350 $36,230 $27,090 - 47,860 11% 4%
75 Word processors and typists 350 $25,000 $20,400 - 31,640 -12% 19%
76 Couriers and messengers 350 $21,320 $16,010 - 30,340 -0% 12%
77 Fire fighters 340 $39,690 $26,980 - 55,430 12% 18%
78 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 340 $25,760 $16,560 - 38,170 4% 6%
79 Personal care and service workers, all other 330 $20,730 $15,420 - 28,890 -13% 21%
80 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 330 $18,770 $15,960 - 22,250 17% 14%
81 Bill and account collectors 320 $31,370 $23,740 - 39,550 23% 13%
82 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 320 $17,750 $14,610 - 22,190 10% 5%
83 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 310 $44,480 $28,700 - 65,110 0% 42%
84 Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 310 $24,440 $15,050 - 38,670 -3% 4%
85 Bartenders 300 $19,650 $14,730 - 25,560 11% 17%
86 Construction and related workers, all other 290 $32,420 $22,250 - 44,960 9% 4%
87 Cooks, short order 290 $17,470 $15,310 - 19,880 5% 5%
88 Packers and packagers, hand 290 $17,120 $14,700 - 20,110 -12% 3%
89 Construction managers 280 $69,670 $30,260 - 120,790 16% 29%
90 Cement masons and concrete finishers 280 $27,390 $18,350 - 38,820 11% 2%
91 Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters 280 $24,190 $15,830 - 33,200 11% 3%
92 Cost estimators 270 $55,550 $35,460 - 81,280 19% 32%
93 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 270 $32,890 $25,420 - 41,340 8% 3%
94 Physicians and surgeons, all other 260 $200,070 $138,930 - 0% 0%
95 Food service managers 260 $49,370 $35,740 - 77,860 5% 24%
96 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 260 $48,650 $23,240 - 80,120 -5% 15%
97 Kindergarten teachers, except special education 260 $43,750 $32,430 - 62,020 16% 43%
98 Brickmasons and blockmasons 260 $38,980 $23,090 - 53,540 10% 3%
99 Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 250 $47,120 $29,610 - 66,070 3% 13%
100 Broadcast technicians 250 $33,260 $26,200 - 42,370 12% 35%
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Jobs More Common Near Tallahassee Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Psychiatric aides 26,930 1,090 26.4
Zoologists and wildlife biologists 52,210 100 9.7
Broadcast technicians 33,260 250 7.3
Management analysts 53,310 4,890 7
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 49,720 630 6.8
Education, training, and library workers, all other 48,910 570 6.7
Construction and related workers, all other 32,420 290 6.5
Operations research analysts 48,610 460 6
Psychiatric technicians 28,200 200 5.9
Counselors, all other 33,180 140 5.6
First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers 54,460 110 5.6
Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters 24,190 280 5.3
Biological scientists, all other 47,140 130 5.2
Media and communication workers, all other 37,330 110 5.2
Personal care and service workers, all other 20,730 330 5.2
Instructional coordinators 45,930 620 4.3
Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 38,880 1,180 4
Law clerks 36,960 120 3.7
Pharmacy aides 21,260 170 3.6
Network systems and data communications analysts 51,700 1,050 3.6
Correctional officers and jailers 0 800 3.5
Title examiners, abstractors, and searchers 35,730 200 3.4
Urban and regional planners 56,860 130 3.3
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators 33,060 160 3.2
Couriers and messengers 21,320 350 3.1
Surveying and mapping technicians 31,990 240 3
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 35,540 240 3
Budget analysts 52,620 210 2.9
Community and social service specialists, all other 43,880 330 2.8
Personal financial advisors 40,260 530 2.8
Public relations specialists 52,250 820 2.7
Rehabilitation counselors 35,810 290 2.7
Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 38,730 140 2.6
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 74,930 230 2.6
File clerks 24,970 640 2.6
Accountants and auditors 51,290 3,530 2.5
Word processors and typists 25,000 350 2.5
Security and fire alarm systems installers 29,240 160 2.4
Librarians 60,200 410 2.4
Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other 34,130 130 2.3
Lawyers 96,560 1,630 2.3
Real estate sales agents 36,570 430 2.2
Brickmasons and blockmasons 38,980 260 2.2
Protective service workers, all other 28,880 190 2.2
Family and general practitioners 125,980 240 2.2
Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 25,740 180 2.2
Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 36,630 3,950 2.1
Public relations managers 101,770 130 2.1
Motor vehicle operators, all other 27,810 170 2.1
Bindery workers 25,970 130 2

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Coaches and scouts 73,340 2.05 140
Self-enrichment education teachers 47,450 1.24 160
Computer software engineers, applications 95,370 1.23 390
Administrative services managers 89,580 1.23 370
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 62,540 1.2 130
Education, training, and library workers, all other 48,910 1.19 570
Public relations managers 101,770 1.18 130
First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers 41,600 1.17 160
Personal and home care aides 22,990 1.15 130
Community and social service specialists, all other 43,880 1.15 330
Librarians 60,200 1.15 410
Nonfarm animal caretakers 23,520 1.14 190
Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 24,440 1.14 310
Printing machine operators 37,210 1.14 160
Sales representatives, services, all other 58,940 1.14 1,140
Teacher assistants 25,280 1.14 1,280
Physicians and surgeons, all other 200,070 1.12 260
Medical records and health information technicians 35,280 1.12 170
First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 38,580 1.1 190
Sales managers 107,790 1.1 230
Legal secretaries 39,110 1.09 400
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 55,540 1.08 550
Medical and health services managers 90,970 1.07 220
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 58,010 1.07 510
Financial specialists, all other 61,320 1.07 240
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 43,500 1.07 120
Surveyors 58,040 1.06 110
File clerks 24,970 1.06 640
Network and computer systems administrators 64,270 1.05 660
Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 18,590 1.04 170
First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 72,630 1.04 220
Physician assistants 84,930 1.04 150
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 31,420 1.04 940
Waiters and waitresses 19,420 1.04 3,480
Civil engineers 75,940 1.04 490
Library assistants, clerical 24,800 1.04 110
Public relations specialists 52,250 1.04 820
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 40,020 1.03 1,400
Retail salespersons 25,210 1.03 4,970
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 74,930 1.03 230
Security guards 25,970 1.03 1,040
Graphic designers 41,450 1.03 250
Chief executives 154,580 1.03 280
Child, family, and school social workers 41,560 1.02 150
Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 30,990 1.02 410
Preschool teachers, except special education 26,020 1.02 430
Financial managers 94,760 1.02 280
Sales and related workers, all other 40,040 1.02 250
Bill and account collectors 31,370 1.02 320
Food service managers 49,370 1.02 260

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