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Savannah Employment

Employment and Industries in the Savannah, Georgia Area

Tourism is a significant contributor to Savannah's economy, due to the popular architecture and historic buildings. Other major economic elements are the Port of Savannah, the military and manufacturing. The diverse manufacturing sector employs a large number of workers. The county is home to over 250 manufacturing facilities. International Paper is one of the city's largest employers. In addition, the area is home to Gulfstream Aerospace, a prominent producer of private jets. Savannah is also home to the North American headquarters of JCB, one of the world's largest manufactures of construction equipment.

The Port of Savannah is one of the largest container ports in the nation. Hunter Army Airfield and Fort Stewart military bases are also located in the region and employ a vast number of people. The transportation industry is also a significant economic factor.

Several workforce development and training programs are available which offer students educational and professional technical skills via internships, apprenticeships and professional development programs. The programs include Project Workforce, Coastal Empire Tech Prep Consortium, Coastal Workforce Services, the Intellectual Capital Partnership Program and the Quick Start Pre-employment Training Program.

The largest employers in the Savannah region are shown below:

  • Memorial Health
  • Gulfstream Aerospace Corp
  • St. Joseph's/Candler
  • Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield
  • City of Savannah
  • Walmart
  • Chatham County
  • Georgia Pacific Corp
  • Kroger
  • Savannah College of Art & Design
  • International Paper
  • Home Depot
  • Great Dane Trailers
  • Sitel
  • Savannah Electric
  • South Coast Medical Group
  • Derst Baking Company
  • Publix
  • The Landings Club
  • Imperial Sugar
  • JCB Inc
  • R.B. Baker
  • The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort and Spa
  • Savannah Morning News
  • AirTran Airways
  • Sun Trust Bank
  • Colonial Group
  • Brasseler USA

Savannah's Major sectors for employment are shown below:

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

Noteworthy information regarding the city of Savannah: Approximately 20% of the city's residents hold a bachelor's degree or better. In 2008 the cost of living index was at 85.9. The nation's average is 100. The estimated median household income in 2007 was $35,000.

Savannah companies have access to helpful business organizations including:

The Savannah Morning News offers up-to-date information regarding the business activities in Savannah.

Most Popular Jobs in Savannah, Georgia 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 3,630 $68,790 $43,500 - 91,060 24% 56%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,450 $69,550 $28,040 - 121,620 8% 51%
3 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,390 $47,950 $35,360 - 63,760 14% 95%
4 Accountants and auditors 890 $59,650 $34,990 - 97,920 18% 79%
5 Chief executives 520 $150,200 $61,980 - 2% 65%
6 Sales managers 490 $97,660 $46,040 - 161,980 10% 69%
7 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 460 $68,920 $34,970 - 122,520 12% 51%
8 Financial managers 390 $89,290 $46,460 - 141,380 13% 60%
9 Medical and health services managers 370 $78,940 $43,150 - 119,420 16% 57%
10 Lawyers 360 $102,050 $55,900 - 11% 99%
11 Computer systems analysts 340 $60,160 $41,870 - 81,320 29% 68%
12 Training and development specialists 330 $55,090 $30,700 - 80,870 18% 56%
13 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 320 $43,470 $26,970 - 67,910 5% 58%
14 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 300 $77,820 $53,630 - 105,730 8% 78%
15 Pharmacists 260 $99,500 $85,360 - 127,230 22% 97%
16 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 260 $46,250 $29,820 - 64,640 13% 73%
17 Social and human service assistants 260 $23,900 $13,890 - 37,920 34% 58%
18 Management analysts 250 $101,130 $44,810 - 22% 78%
19 Industrial engineers 250 $85,200 $55,420 - 133,340 20% 74%
20 Instructional coordinators 250 $50,410 $27,700 - 76,230 23% 79%
21 Civil engineers 230 $73,210 $45,710 - 104,480 18% 87%
22 Librarians 210 $55,920 $42,610 - 70,430 4% 85%
23 Social and community service managers 210 $51,350 $33,660 - 75,450 25% 72%
24 Child, family, and school social workers 200 $40,170 $27,310 - 60,870 19% 77%
25 Detectives and criminal investigators 190 $53,900 $35,680 - 85,460 17% 54%
26 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 190 $49,250 $33,510 - 64,500 12% 51%
27 Financial analysts 180 $70,520 $36,630 - 110,360 34% 87%
28 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 180 $66,440 $31,390 - 118,900 25% 67%
29 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 180 $27,990 $18,480 - 45,390 15% 51%
30 Medical and public health social workers 170 $52,110 $32,110 - 68,790 24% 77%
31 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 170 $49,070 $35,060 - 65,450 20% 87%
32 Graphic designers 170 $37,440 $25,130 - 60,780 10% 55%
33 Community and social service specialists, all other 170 $28,770 $21,700 - 38,380 25% 58%
34 Editors 170 $0 $ - 2% 81%
35 Architects, except landscape and naval 160 $62,500 $32,700 - 98,730 18% 88%
36 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 160 $45,700 $26,560 - 69,550 18% 56%
37 Computer and information systems managers 150 $85,040 $50,430 - 127,020 16% 73%
38 Self-enrichment education teachers 150 $53,420 $33,500 - 69,650 23% 54%
39 Network and computer systems administrators 150 $53,230 $35,680 - 75,750 27% 50%
40 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 150 $35,640 $25,530 - 48,110 11% 58%
41 Marketing managers 140 $91,440 $60,260 - 109,960 14% 69%
42 Speech-language pathologists 140 $56,310 $37,790 - 78,280 11% 98%
43 Coaches and scouts 140 $32,330 $13,550 - 57,800 15% 60%
44 Physical therapists 130 $63,810 $31,440 - 87,770 27% 89%
45 Public relations specialists 130 $45,000 $31,880 - 62,330 18% 81%
46 Advertising sales agents 130 $39,120 $17,780 - 69,370 20% 56%
47 Engineering managers 120 $99,340 $58,420 - 135,120 7% 84%
48 Education administrators, postsecondary 120 $84,190 $44,490 - 134,450 14% 78%
49 Surveyors 120 $44,110 $28,950 - 62,550 24% 82%
50 Social workers, all other 90 $54,020 $28,270 - 74,420 18% 77%
51 Dentists, general 80 $185,800 $90,310 - 9% 100%
52 Electrical engineers 80 $91,950 $63,060 - 112,860 6% 81%
53 Managers, all other 80 $72,240 $44,080 - 107,640 7% 55%
54 Computer programmers 80 $58,450 $35,700 - 88,170 -4% 73%
55 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 80 $52,640 $14,870 - 82,630 17% 56%
56 Market research analysts 80 $51,990 $30,770 - 72,310 20% 82%
57 Health educators 80 $47,020 $29,660 - 69,200 26% 58%
58 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 80 $45,570 $27,790 - 68,720 25% 93%
59 Meeting and convention planners 80 $40,110 $19,380 - 65,160 20% 67%
60 Rehabilitation counselors 80 $36,020 $21,820 - 54,120 23% 73%
61 Purchasing managers 70 $92,310 $60,500 - 128,310 3% 57%
62 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 70 $52,950 $33,110 - 81,560 18% 56%
63 Human resources managers, all other 60 $91,130 $49,050 - 149,120 11% 58%
64 Network systems and data communications analysts 60 $70,030 $45,350 - 103,610 53% 57%
65 Chemists 60 $67,680 $38,190 - 112,370 9% 93%
66 Occupational therapists 60 $67,110 $53,710 - 83,270 23% 90%
67 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 60 $59,810 $33,010 - 83,580 16% 99%
68 Database administrators 60 $57,500 $31,960 - 94,960 29% 72%
69 Financial specialists, all other 60 $0 $ - 12% 50%
70 Veterinarians 50 $85,080 $50,890 - 153,450 35% 100%
71 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 50 $71,450 $22,220 - 15% 72%
72 Environmental engineers 50 $67,250 $43,050 - 98,610 25% 86%
73 Producers and directors 50 $57,350 $33,230 - 107,060 11% 75%
74 Budget analysts 50 $56,310 $39,240 - 80,070 7% 78%
75 Dietitians and nutritionists 50 $42,380 $27,960 - 54,670 9% 72%
76 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 50 $33,230 $17,200 - 53,900 11% 55%
77 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 50 $33,190 $22,200 - 48,580 30% 77%
78 Compensation and benefits managers 40 $73,200 $38,870 - 105,610 12% 58%
79 Computer software engineers, systems software 40 $70,690 $37,130 - 105,190 28% 85%
80 Occupational health and safety specialists 40 $69,040 $50,740 - 95,430 8% 72%
81 Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors 40 $64,780 $44,790 - 88,660 10% 74%
82 Recreational therapists 40 $40,090 $30,370 - 50,810 4% 77%
83 Interior designers 40 $35,200 $20,000 - 55,150 20% 55%
84 Reporters and correspondents 40 $34,200 $18,140 - 49,150 1% 85%
85 Floral designers 40 $21,820 $17,300 - 26,760 -9% 55%
86 Legislators 40 $17,340 $12,920 - 22,810 1% 65%
87 Physical scientists, all other 30 $97,330 $60,290 - 145,200 6% 98%
88 Advertising and promotions managers 30 $69,980 $32,850 - 121,020 6% 76%
89 Public relations managers 30 $67,380 $38,510 - 111,050 17% 75%

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 6,660 $21,920 $13,470 - 34,130 12% 25%
2 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 5,670 $29,650 $14,480 - 53,460 2% 5%
3 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 5,120 $16,200 $12,930 - 21,790 18% 5%
4 Waiters and waitresses 4,050 $20,300 $13,050 - 33,930 11% 14%
5 Cashiers 3,840 $16,880 $13,120 - 21,040 -3% 10%
6 Office clerks, general 3,330 $24,590 $14,450 - 36,370 13% 19%
7 General and operations managers 3,050 $86,410 $44,360 - 137,080 2% 48%
8 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,680 $19,920 $13,700 - 26,200 15% 4%
9 Customer service representatives 2,420 $27,640 $16,900 - 40,420 25% 22%
10 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 2,120 $35,050 $24,150 - 50,020 15% 18%
11 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 2,120 $31,170 $17,280 - 45,270 13% 16%
12 Teacher assistants 2,000 $19,330 $13,390 - 25,560 10% 18%
13 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,990 $45,720 $27,520 - 71,530 6% 29%
14 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,980 $23,820 $14,420 - 37,280 -8% 8%
15 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,960 $39,010 $23,630 - 52,850 10% 4%
16 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,930 $24,590 $14,520 - 34,680 1% 18%
17 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,820 $17,060 $13,450 - 20,420 13% 5%
18 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,780 $20,980 $16,950 - 25,920 18% 7%
19 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,730 $33,450 $19,030 - 50,300 10% 6%
20 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,670 $31,770 $16,010 - 53,420 8% 4%
21 Construction laborers 1,650 $24,560 $13,760 - 41,120 11% 5%
22 Security guards 1,580 $21,410 $13,690 - 34,410 17% 13%
23 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,570 $35,730 $21,220 - 52,830 4% 25%
24 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,330 $31,520 $17,420 - 47,500 11% 14%
25 Receptionists and information clerks 1,250 $22,260 $14,320 - 30,780 17% 13%
26 Cooks, restaurant 1,180 $22,620 $17,190 - 30,000 12% 5%
27 Aircraft mechanics and service technicians 1,160 $48,400 $42,670 - 56,340 11% 11%
28 Electricians 1,110 $44,160 $28,020 - 65,340 7% 7%
29 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,110 $31,820 $21,950 - 48,750 -2% 2%
30 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,050 $24,120 $16,240 - 43,610 18% 6%
31 Child care workers 1,030 $16,080 $12,950 - 20,600 18% 15%
32 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 960 $37,300 $28,250 - 48,600 14% 7%
33 Food preparation workers 950 $21,240 $13,580 - 34,930 15% 7%
34 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 940 $35,790 $20,230 - 55,490 14% 4%
35 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 900 $54,360 $36,540 - 74,420 9% 10%
36 Cooks, fast food 900 $19,080 $13,680 - 28,400 8% 5%
37 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 880 $18,970 $16,320 - 23,350 17% 14%
38 Dishwashers 830 $17,470 $13,290 - 23,530 10% 3%
39 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 820 $56,290 $33,290 - 82,770 7% 13%
40 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 790 $55,800 $36,770 - 79,670 -5% 15%
41 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 760 $32,490 $20,400 - 52,260 4% 6%
42 Packers and packagers, hand 750 $16,060 $12,960 - 20,550 -12% 3%
43 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 720 $36,830 $27,590 - 49,910 11% 33%
44 Industrial machinery mechanics 690 $48,770 $36,240 - 62,210 9% 5%
45 Counter and rental clerks 650 $20,150 $13,110 - 31,460 23% 16%
46 Bus drivers, school 630 $31,470 $25,730 - 44,350 9% 4%
47 Team assemblers 630 $29,170 $18,410 - 44,840 0% 5%
48 Carpenters 590 $34,080 $22,730 - 44,910 10% 6%
49 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 580 $30,300 $23,630 - 38,620 4% 15%
50 First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 530 $51,850 $28,220 - 70,770 13% 17%
51 Fire fighters 500 $35,760 $27,400 - 46,550 12% 18%
52 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 480 $30,110 $20,830 - 46,310 -5% 5%
53 Medical assistants 480 $26,290 $21,120 - 31,700 35% 10%
54 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 480 $17,630 $13,260 - 23,900 10% 17%
55 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 470 $41,310 $27,490 - 62,190 -7% 14%
56 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 460 $33,900 $25,430 - 44,000 9% 3%
57 Loan officers 450 $75,060 $37,490 - 139,180 12% 49%
58 Medical secretaries 450 $29,780 $21,530 - 39,920 17% 18%
59 Preschool teachers, except special education 450 $22,870 $13,190 - 43,380 26% 43%
60 Bartenders 450 $16,940 $12,940 - 24,610 11% 17%
61 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 440 $35,880 $25,940 - 48,230 11% 4%
62 Business operations specialists, all other 430 $59,540 $34,360 - 96,160 21% 49%
63 Computer support specialists 430 $40,400 $23,900 - 64,350 13% 43%
64 Bill and account collectors 410 $31,100 $22,110 - 41,660 23% 13%
65 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 400 $28,910 $13,370 - 58,500 12% 6%
66 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 400 $22,110 $16,860 - 29,490 14% 3%
67 Real estate sales agents 390 $32,490 $17,570 - 42,520 11% 45%
68 Dental assistants 390 $28,020 $18,910 - 39,680 29% 9%
69 Construction managers 380 $81,810 $42,110 - 153,890 16% 29%
70 Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 380 $57,710 $41,740 - 81,870 0% 0%
71 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 380 $48,680 $29,060 - 65,280 4% 30%
72 Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 380 $24,930 $16,020 - 32,200 12% 3%
73 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 370 $55,670 $34,580 - 93,120 10% 17%
74 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 370 $51,480 $30,410 - 78,290 0% 42%
75 Loan interviewers and clerks 370 $31,390 $23,620 - 40,460 -1% 24%
76 Administrative services managers 360 $58,560 $34,700 - 92,870 12% 40%
77 Sheet metal workers 350 $34,000 $26,520 - 47,120 7% 4%
78 Postal service mail carriers 350 $0 $ - 1% 11%
79 Physicians and surgeons, all other 340 $203,190 $106,540 - 0% 0%
80 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 330 $29,670 $21,350 - 40,860 8% 3%
81 Pharmacy technicians 330 $26,690 $19,400 - 35,810 32% 16%
82 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 320 $20,770 $16,070 - 29,510 11% 5%
83 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 310 $38,800 $27,800 - 51,270 5% 2%
84 Tellers 310 $24,230 $20,370 - 30,370 14% 16%
85 Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 300 $43,550 $31,090 - 55,270 -5% 4%
86 Machinists 300 $41,690 $26,480 - 58,690 -3% 3%
87 Legal secretaries 300 $33,160 $20,520 - 42,890 12% 18%
88 Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 290 $30,130 $20,790 - 39,770 9% 0%
89 Tour guides and escorts 290 $24,540 $17,320 - 35,480 21% 29%
90 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 290 $17,310 $13,060 - 24,850 12% 6%
91 Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 280 $41,350 $26,740 - 51,110 -18% 0%
92 Helpers--electricians 280 $24,410 $18,690 - 30,990 7% 3%
93 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 280 $18,800 $14,000 - 24,270 10% 5%
94 Amusement and recreation attendants 270 $18,320 $13,390 - 25,580 24% 22%
95 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 260 $37,430 $27,560 - 49,430 12% 3%
96 Painters, construction and maintenance 260 $28,300 $21,080 - 34,750 12% 6%
97 Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 260 $15,180 $12,800 - 19,040 13% 15%
98 Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 250 $38,800 $21,030 - 58,860 2% 11%
99 Payroll and timekeeping clerks 250 $31,340 $17,110 - 47,060 3% 18%
100 First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 250 $31,320 $20,690 - 46,310 13% 11%
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Jobs More Common Near Savannah Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Tour guides and escorts 24,540 290 11.6
Aircraft mechanics and service technicians 48,400 1,160 10.6
Conveyor operators and tenders 36,400 150 6.6
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 57,710 380 5.9
Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 30,130 290 5.7
Sailors and marine oilers 34,890 150 5.5
Upholsterers 41,890 130 5.3
Captains, mates, and pilots of water vessels 0 140 5.2
Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 24,930 380 5
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 18,970 880 3.9
Welding, soldering, and brazing machine setters, operators, and tenders 0 140 3.8
Chemical equipment operators and tenders 37,190 140 3.7
Painters, transportation equipment 41,540 160 3.6
Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 41,350 280 3.3
Stationary engineers and boiler operators 35,790 110 3.2
Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 35,640 150 3.1
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 51,850 530 2.7
Industrial machinery mechanics 48,770 690 2.6
Helpers--electricians 24,410 280 2.5
Baggage porters and bellhops 17,440 110 2.5
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 60,980 200 2.5
Surgical technologists 32,390 220 2.3
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 43,550 300 2.3
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 29,650 5,670 2.3
Real estate sales agents 32,490 390 2.2
Surveyors 44,110 120 2.2
Pest control workers 28,610 140 2.2
Protective service workers, all other 23,560 170 2.2
Maintenance workers, machinery 49,170 140 2.1
Sheet metal workers 34,000 350 2.1
Detectives and criminal investigators 53,900 190 2.1
Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 38,470 120 2
Pipelayers 27,770 100 2
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 39,340 220 2
English language and literature teachers, postsecondary 42,630 100 2
Maids and housekeeping cleaners 17,060 1,820 1.9
Instructional coordinators 50,410 250 1.9
Library assistants, clerical 23,310 210 1.9
Fire fighters 35,760 500 1.9
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 16,200 5,120 1.8
Industrial truck and tractor operators 31,820 1,110 1.7
First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 56,290 820 1.7
General and operations managers 86,410 3,050 1.7
Truck drivers, light or delivery services 31,770 1,670 1.7
Social and community service managers 51,350 210 1.7
Court, municipal, and license clerks 29,480 160 1.7
Chief executives 150,200 520 1.7
Child care workers 16,080 1,030 1.6
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 33,900 460 1.6
First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 55,670 370 1.6

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Savannah, Georgia Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Self-enrichment education teachers 53,420 1.39 150
Management analysts 101,130 1.38 250
Upholsterers 41,890 1.36 130
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 43,550 1.35 300
Maintenance workers, machinery 49,170 1.31 140
Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 41,350 1.3 280
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 39,340 1.28 220
Loan officers 75,060 1.27 450
Lifeguards, ski patrol, and other recreational protective service workers 24,110 1.25 110
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 41,310 1.23 470
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 69,550 1.23 1,450
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 29,650 1.23 5,670
Production workers, all other 35,570 1.23 110
Conveyor operators and tenders 36,400 1.21 150
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 51,850 1.2 530
Bus drivers, school 31,470 1.2 630
Production, planning, and expediting clerks 48,680 1.19 380
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 39,530 1.17 110
Industrial engineers 85,200 1.17 250
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 30,110 1.15 480
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 28,910 1.15 400
Physicians and surgeons, all other 203,190 1.14 340
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 32,490 1.14 760
First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers 40,470 1.14 190
Medical and public health social workers 52,110 1.13 170
Machinists 41,690 1.13 300
Food service managers 54,690 1.13 110
Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 38,800 1.12 250
Registered nurses 68,790 1.12 3,630
Food preparation workers 21,240 1.11 950
Recreation workers 26,660 1.1 180
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 38,800 1.1 310
Paralegals and legal assistants 47,140 1.1 180
Cooks, fast food 19,080 1.1 900
Truck drivers, light or delivery services 31,770 1.1 1,670
Industrial machinery mechanics 48,770 1.1 690
Training and development specialists 55,090 1.09 330
Waiters and waitresses 20,300 1.09 4,050
First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 55,670 1.07 370
Team assemblers 29,170 1.07 630
Librarians 55,920 1.06 210
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 54,250 1.06 200
Industrial truck and tractor operators 31,820 1.06 1,110
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 55,800 1.05 790
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 22,110 1.05 400
Automotive body and related repairers 41,400 1.05 210
Helpers--production workers 24,820 1.05 200
Stock clerks and order fillers 23,820 1.04 1,980
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 31,520 1.04 1,330
Cooks, restaurant 22,620 1.04 1,180

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