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Boise Employment

Employment and Industries in the Boise, Idaho Area

Boise is the region's primary economic center. The city is home to the headquarters of a number of major firms including URS Corp, Albertson's Inc (supermarket chain), Boise Cascade LLC (wood and paper products), Washington Group International, Morrison Knudsen (engineering and construction), Idaho Pacific Lumber Company, Idaho Timber, Micron Technology (semiconductor manufacturer), T.J. International (specialty building products) J.R. Simplot Company (frozen foods, cattle and phosphates) and WinCo Foods.

The high-tech industry is increasingly becoming more important in Boise. The high-tech sector includes firms such as Mobile Data Force, Balihoo.com, Microsoft and Sybase. Boise is also home to numerous manufacturing facilities. In addition, Boise is a prominent location for call centers, with call centers for companies such as DIRECTV, Teleperformance and T-Mobile. Tourism is also a significant element of the economy. In addition, since Boise is the state capital, the state government is a major employer.

Shown below is a list of the largest employers in Boise:

  • Ada County
  • Albertson's Inc
  • Boise Corporation
  • Boise School District
  • Boise State University
  • City of Boise
  • Fred Myer
  • DIRECTV
  • Hewlett-Packard Company
  • Idaho Department of Commerce & Labor
  • Idaho Department of Health & Welfare
  • Idaho Power Company
  • Micron Technology
  • J.R. Simplot Company
  • Qwest Communications
  • St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
  • St. Luke's Regional Medical Center
  • U.S. Postal Service
  • U.S. Bank
  • Veterans Affair, Medical Center
  • Walmart
  • Wells Fargo
  • Washington Group International
  • IDACORP
  • American Ecology Corp

The major sectors for employment in Boise are:

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

Interesting information about Boise: Included in Inc.com's hottest median size cities for entrepreneurs list. Ranked #3 in Forbes Magazine's list of best places for business and careers. The city's workforce is educated above the country's average. The estimated median household income in Boise in 2007 was $49,000. The cost of living index in 2008 was 90.6. The national average is 100. About 34% of the adult population holds a bachelor's degree or better.

Boise companies have access to helpful business organizations including:

The Idaho Statesman offers current information regarding the business activities in Boise.

Most Popular Jobs in Boise, Idaho 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 5,890 $58,560 $41,670 - 80,420 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 2,950 $54,280 $43,220 - 64,080 14% 95%
3 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 2,770 $45,820 $28,740 - 73,240 8% 51%
4 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 2,750 $51,450 $44,000 - 61,430 6% 96%
5 Social and human service assistants 1,700 $25,020 $15,860 - 40,530 34% 58%
6 Financial managers 1,590 $81,300 $41,100 - 126,680 13% 60%
7 Teachers and instructors, all other 1,560 $61,090 $38,960 - 87,290 9% 54%
8 Management analysts 1,420 $76,080 $35,700 - 123,020 22% 78%
9 Accountants and auditors 1,420 $52,840 $34,740 - 74,830 18% 79%
10 Electrical engineers 1,380 $75,500 $47,470 - 106,930 6% 81%
11 Chief executives 1,360 $140,890 $40,120 - 2% 65%
12 Lawyers 1,080 $101,870 $51,090 - 11% 99%
13 Sales managers 1,060 $78,880 $36,720 - 142,580 10% 69%
14 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 1,040 $77,140 $33,960 - 138,380 12% 51%
15 Computer programmers 960 $62,500 $34,680 - 93,980 -4% 73%
16 Industrial engineers 880 $77,860 $57,560 - 105,100 20% 74%
17 Pharmacists 850 $111,440 $77,070 - 22% 97%
18 Medical and health services managers 850 $74,280 $39,310 - 108,690 16% 57%
19 Computer software engineers, systems software 830 $83,600 $35,750 - 128,290 28% 85%
20 Managers, all other 800 $89,180 $50,850 - 134,540 7% 55%
21 Network and computer systems administrators 650 $51,280 $34,550 - 81,740 27% 50%
22 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 640 $34,520 $18,660 - 50,880 30% 77%
23 Computer specialists, all other 630 $58,820 $41,100 - 82,050 15% 68%
24 Computer and information systems managers 610 $95,590 $52,210 - 137,890 16% 73%
25 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 600 $46,480 $20,340 - 64,030 13% 73%
26 Engineers, all other 580 $73,540 $42,450 - 102,370 6% 82%
27 Engineering managers 570 $103,340 $58,940 - 153,630 7% 84%
28 Education administrators, postsecondary 540 $85,710 $42,510 - 144,800 14% 78%
29 Computer systems analysts 530 $71,970 $48,560 - 99,590 29% 68%
30 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 520 $56,610 $24,850 - 104,100 25% 67%
31 Child, family, and school social workers 510 $39,210 $25,890 - 65,620 19% 77%
32 Training and development specialists 490 $48,970 $32,200 - 73,140 18% 56%
33 Civil engineers 460 $72,200 $48,680 - 100,250 18% 87%
34 Community and social service specialists, all other 460 $41,520 $20,220 - 56,000 25% 58%
35 Mechanical engineers 430 $102,730 $48,080 - 4% 78%
36 Graphic designers 430 $44,180 $24,670 - 63,110 10% 55%
37 Rehabilitation counselors 430 $37,990 $20,390 - 54,130 23% 73%
38 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 410 $47,820 $28,430 - 76,730 5% 58%
39 Computer hardware engineers 390 $83,910 $53,850 - 125,580 5% 70%
40 Physical therapists 390 $67,190 $54,010 - 84,140 27% 89%
41 Marketing managers 370 $89,190 $35,870 - 155,130 14% 69%
42 Network systems and data communications analysts 360 $65,240 $35,300 - 98,920 53% 57%
43 Medical and public health social workers 330 $44,420 $33,090 - 62,800 24% 77%
44 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 310 $82,120 $66,230 - 102,890 8% 78%
45 Purchasing managers 310 $80,170 $38,680 - 120,290 3% 57%
46 Market research analysts 310 $65,230 $38,240 - 117,280 20% 82%
47 Personal financial advisors 300 $58,170 $37,020 - 87,500 41% 81%
48 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 300 $54,280 $31,790 - 81,310 17% 56%
49 Advertising sales agents 300 $52,820 $30,290 - 73,180 20% 56%
50 Public relations specialists 280 $62,340 $33,300 - 99,610 18% 81%
51 Financial analysts 270 $55,760 $35,570 - 81,250 34% 87%
52 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 260 $65,910 $37,880 - 87,370 16% 99%
53 Dentists, general 250 $172,200 $46,540 - 9% 100%
54 Architects, except landscape and naval 250 $59,450 $38,820 - 82,320 18% 88%
55 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 250 $52,560 $30,070 - 74,150 25% 93%
56 Instructional coordinators 250 $42,780 $27,630 - 67,950 23% 79%
57 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 250 $38,630 $28,750 - 49,380 11% 58%
58 Self-enrichment education teachers 250 $32,010 $17,090 - 74,540 23% 54%
59 Natural sciences managers 240 $87,090 $53,080 - 118,280 11% 93%
60 Physician assistants 230 $73,520 $30,600 - 102,440 27% 67%
61 Social and community service managers 230 $59,610 $28,850 - 102,390 25% 72%
62 Surveyors 230 $54,280 $27,760 - 82,480 24% 82%
63 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 230 $50,700 $29,060 - 76,440 18% 56%
64 Legislators 220 $38,670 $14,890 - 113,370 1% 65%
65 Occupational therapists 210 $61,150 $53,680 - 71,170 23% 90%
66 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 200 $35,370 $25,920 - 56,200 15% 51%
67 Veterinarians 190 $88,240 $42,210 - 133,060 35% 100%
68 Electronics engineers, except computer 190 $79,970 $55,090 - 127,710 4% 81%
69 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 190 $63,320 $28,400 - 116,190 12% 94%
70 Editors 190 $51,440 $36,350 - 72,760 2% 81%
71 Mental health counselors 190 $41,380 $24,140 - 67,360 30% 73%
72 Database administrators 180 $73,990 $42,700 - 108,040 29% 72%
73 Speech-language pathologists 180 $66,750 $53,310 - 92,580 11% 98%
74 Technical writers 180 $58,510 $38,710 - 86,530 20% 74%
75 Zoologists and wildlife biologists 180 $52,600 $28,750 - 81,250 9% 95%
76 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 180 $49,640 $33,330 - 68,730 18% 56%
77 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 180 $36,050 $28,990 - 46,000 34% 73%
78 Human resources managers, all other 170 $86,790 $57,300 - 128,950 11% 58%
79 Operations research analysts 170 $66,250 $42,170 - 100,040 11% 71%
80 Floral designers 170 $20,080 $16,340 - 25,110 -9% 55%
81 Urban and regional planners 160 $60,190 $39,480 - 82,770 15% 92%
82 Financial specialists, all other 160 $54,070 $31,370 - 84,860 12% 50%
83 Education administrators, all other 150 $91,720 $67,130 - 129,420 13% 78%
84 Detectives and criminal investigators 150 $58,280 $30,470 - 92,720 17% 54%
85 Librarians 150 $48,750 $36,200 - 66,400 4% 85%
86 Budget analysts 140 $56,820 $40,940 - 79,310 7% 78%
87 Advertising and promotions managers 140 $49,870 $32,090 - 81,900 6% 76%
88 Public relations managers 130 $73,960 $23,480 - 124,880 17% 75%
89 Commercial pilots 130 $52,600 $31,460 - 93,670 13% 74%
90 Reporters and correspondents 120 $52,300 $27,130 - 90,460 1% 85%
91 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 120 $51,320 $40,470 - 64,330 12% 51%
92 Compensation and benefits managers 110 $86,770 $45,130 - 132,770 12% 58%
93 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 110 $28,600 $18,900 - 33,150 11% 55%
94 Environmental engineers 100 $64,670 $38,470 - 99,410 25% 86%
95 Art directors 100 $62,850 $18,780 - 105,900 9% 58%
96 Biological technicians 100 $33,200 $24,400 - 47,780 16% 60%
97 Education, training, and library workers, all other 100 $30,500 $17,380 - 46,950 11% 79%
98 Occupational health and safety specialists 90 $61,640 $43,440 - 81,930 8% 72%
99 Producers and directors 90 $45,940 $26,500 - 81,210 11% 75%
100 Training and development managers 80 $65,910 $32,760 - 92,390 16% 58%

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 11,090 $23,470 $15,210 - 36,430 12% 25%
2 Office clerks, general 7,170 $26,450 $16,210 - 38,600 13% 19%
3 General and operations managers 6,530 $79,630 $37,860 - 136,070 2% 48%
4 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 6,140 $18,040 $14,230 - 23,960 18% 5%
5 Customer service representatives 5,560 $27,620 $18,510 - 39,400 25% 22%
6 Waiters and waitresses 5,480 $16,960 $14,210 - 20,260 11% 14%
7 Cashiers 5,230 $19,800 $14,800 - 27,200 -3% 10%
8 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 4,360 $30,730 $20,780 - 41,600 13% 16%
9 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 4,350 $31,370 $25,290 - 41,230 10% 4%
10 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 4,200 $21,000 $15,310 - 28,790 2% 5%
11 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 3,910 $23,440 $15,720 - 31,180 15% 4%
12 Carpenters 3,860 $31,780 $18,230 - 50,150 10% 6%
13 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 3,440 $44,050 $27,340 - 68,290 6% 29%
14 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 3,360 $37,150 $26,900 - 50,740 15% 18%
15 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 2,940 $23,960 $18,070 - 31,070 18% 7%
16 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 2,860 $35,580 $21,270 - 50,800 4% 25%
17 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,650 $22,560 $16,610 - 31,400 -8% 8%
18 Receptionists and information clerks 2,330 $24,780 $17,310 - 34,490 17% 13%
19 Maintenance and repair workers, general 2,270 $31,320 $20,200 - 48,140 10% 6%
20 Bus drivers, school 2,180 $28,150 $18,380 - 32,780 9% 4%
21 Business operations specialists, all other 2,130 $56,130 $32,260 - 88,220 21% 49%
22 Child care workers 2,090 $18,020 $14,360 - 22,570 18% 15%
23 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 2,050 $24,130 $17,680 - 32,510 18% 6%
24 Sales representatives, services, all other 2,030 $44,010 $23,070 - 73,780 28% 48%
25 Computer support specialists 1,950 $39,630 $26,100 - 63,610 13% 43%
26 Construction laborers 1,930 $30,780 $19,700 - 42,240 11% 5%
27 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,630 $31,070 $21,290 - 42,720 1% 18%
28 Team assemblers 1,620 $28,530 $18,740 - 40,910 0% 5%
29 Cooks, restaurant 1,550 $22,170 $16,130 - 29,210 12% 5%
30 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 1,540 $54,010 $36,850 - 76,430 9% 10%
31 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,520 $19,490 $14,420 - 27,180 13% 5%
32 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,450 $27,600 $18,080 - 38,500 8% 4%
33 Dishwashers 1,420 $16,440 $14,240 - 19,790 10% 3%
34 Security guards 1,340 $23,380 $16,950 - 33,290 17% 13%
35 Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 1,300 $67,010 $28,980 - 128,920 4% 18%
36 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,300 $49,480 $29,580 - 71,960 -5% 15%
37 Tellers 1,290 $21,750 $16,220 - 27,080 14% 16%
38 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 1,280 $27,000 $19,980 - 37,600 4% 6%
39 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 1,270 $30,190 $17,720 - 46,330 5% 2%
40 Teacher assistants 1,240 $20,950 $16,480 - 26,180 10% 18%
41 Food preparation workers 1,210 $20,040 $14,850 - 28,810 15% 7%
42 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 1,190 $50,930 $36,160 - 65,950 11% 33%
43 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 1,160 $51,310 $25,280 - 85,590 7% 13%
44 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,150 $41,190 $31,720 - 51,790 14% 7%
45 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 1,150 $29,410 $19,820 - 44,430 4% 15%
46 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,140 $32,140 $20,930 - 47,920 14% 4%
47 File clerks 1,130 $30,240 $20,920 - 39,620 -41% 20%
48 Administrative services managers 1,110 $58,770 $24,610 - 101,660 12% 40%
49 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,100 $30,370 $18,250 - 42,890 11% 14%
50 Electricians 1,080 $43,760 $22,250 - 64,060 7% 7%
51 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 1,060 $17,980 $14,070 - 22,790 10% 8%
52 Medical assistants 1,030 $32,710 $21,220 - 59,570 35% 10%
53 Cooks, fast food 1,030 $16,940 $14,360 - 20,070 8% 5%
54 Production workers, all other 1,020 $29,730 $17,980 - 47,660 2% 5%
55 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 1,020 $26,000 $14,770 - 37,170 -5% 5%
56 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,000 $26,990 $18,890 - 35,640 -2% 2%
57 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 960 $23,540 $17,920 - 30,380 11% 5%
58 Property, real estate, and community association managers 910 $31,340 $17,710 - 58,140 15% 36%
59 Packers and packagers, hand 910 $22,360 $15,040 - 30,970 -12% 3%
60 Industrial machinery mechanics 880 $46,860 $33,920 - 62,830 9% 5%
61 Home health aides 870 $19,560 $15,470 - 24,930 49% 7%
62 Dental assistants 820 $30,150 $22,450 - 39,480 29% 9%
63 Correctional officers and jailers 800 $33,020 $26,590 - 41,520 17% 11%
64 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 780 $18,360 $14,640 - 24,050 14% 3%
65 Loan officers 750 $62,430 $30,350 - 100,150 12% 49%
66 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 750 $25,210 $17,090 - 36,850 10% 24%
67 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 750 $23,190 $14,400 - 41,260 12% 6%
68 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 720 $35,640 $24,620 - 47,740 8% 3%
69 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 720 $16,080 $14,150 - 19,450 10% 17%
70 Assemblers and fabricators, all other 690 $39,790 $19,000 - 60,130 -9% 5%
71 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 670 $36,630 $22,420 - 56,360 9% 3%
72 Painters, construction and maintenance 660 $27,100 $15,940 - 38,250 12% 6%
73 Counter and rental clerks 660 $23,660 $15,000 - 38,800 23% 16%
74 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 640 $42,850 $27,190 - 61,680 11% 4%
75 Loan interviewers and clerks 640 $28,430 $21,230 - 39,020 -1% 24%
76 Order clerks 630 $38,200 $18,650 - 50,660 -24% 16%
77 Medical secretaries 630 $30,960 $21,670 - 41,500 17% 18%
78 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 620 $41,050 $28,260 - 60,370 12% 3%
79 Postal service mail carriers 620 $0 $ - 1% 11%
80 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 610 $60,200 $33,470 - 112,310 4% 38%
81 Medical records and health information technicians 610 $32,200 $22,360 - 40,070 18% 12%
82 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 610 $30,870 $18,820 - 51,590 -7% 14%
83 Insurance sales agents 600 $42,250 $16,300 - 52,600 13% 45%
84 Bartenders 580 $19,640 $14,180 - 36,330 11% 17%
85 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 570 $32,930 $19,110 - 50,040 4% 30%
86 Food batchmakers 570 $30,410 $20,250 - 39,330 11% 5%
87 Amusement and recreation attendants 570 $23,600 $14,490 - 38,590 24% 22%
88 Library technicians 560 $23,720 $16,250 - 34,340 9% 27%
89 Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 560 $23,150 $17,450 - 31,020 3% 4%
90 Construction managers 550 $63,260 $40,410 - 88,960 16% 29%
91 Drywall and ceiling tile installers 550 $32,790 $25,690 - 41,380 7% 2%
92 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 540 $49,440 $30,960 - 74,220 0% 42%
93 Legal secretaries 540 $38,250 $27,600 - 51,270 12% 18%
94 Personal and home care aides 540 $20,180 $16,470 - 25,220 51% 10%
95 Cement masons and concrete finishers 530 $29,410 $19,140 - 40,290 11% 2%
96 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 530 $24,800 $17,760 - 32,060 -27% 6%
97 Bill and account collectors 520 $31,710 $22,760 - 41,390 23% 13%
98 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 510 $17,390 $14,610 - 20,610 17% 14%
99 Couriers and messengers 490 $21,660 $15,640 - 26,190 -0% 12%
100 Dental hygienists 480 $69,470 $54,530 - 83,170 30% 33%
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Jobs More Common Near Boise Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Forest and conservation technicians 36,800 450 35.5
Cooling and freezing equipment operators and tenders 26,430 170 31
Traffic technicians 32,250 110 19.6
Respiratory therapy technicians 0 230 11.5
Zoologists and wildlife biologists 52,600 180 10.3
Food preparation and serving related workers, all other 16,960 430 5.4
Radiation therapists 55,680 100 5.2
First-line supervisors/managers of farming, fishing, and forestry workers 38,500 120 5
Electrical engineers 75,500 1,380 4.4
Crossing guards 19,990 470 4
First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers 51,590 130 3.9
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 67,010 1,300 3.9
Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 63,320 190 3.8
Food batchmakers 30,410 570 3.7
Commercial pilots 52,600 130 3.7
Interpreters and translators 41,370 230 3.6
Education administrators, postsecondary 85,710 540 3.3
Education administrators, all other 91,720 150 3.2
Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 26,690 340 3.2
Computer hardware engineers 83,910 390 3.2
Physical therapist aides 24,630 220 3
Radio and television announcers 43,350 120 3
Natural sciences managers 87,090 240 2.9
Dietetic technicians 26,760 100 2.8
Property, real estate, and community association managers 31,340 910 2.8
Civil engineering technicians 48,050 470 2.8
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 57,340 430 2.8
Surveying and mapping technicians 51,530 380 2.8
Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 38,630 250 2.8
Library technicians 23,720 560 2.8
Social and human service assistants 25,020 1,700 2.8
Loan counselors 32,810 140 2.7
Bus drivers, school 28,150 2,180 2.7
Mental health and substance abuse social workers 34,520 640 2.7
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 23,150 560 2.7
File clerks 30,240 1,130 2.7
Couriers and messengers 21,660 490 2.5
Legislators 38,670 220 2.5
Procurement clerks 36,040 380 2.5
Urban and regional planners 60,190 160 2.4
Chief executives 140,890 1,360 2.4
Purchasing managers 80,170 310 2.3
Production workers, all other 29,730 1,020 2.3
Demonstrators and product promoters 23,120 330 2.3
Community and social service specialists, all other 41,520 460 2.3
Rehabilitation counselors 37,990 430 2.3
Material moving workers, all other 27,120 140 2.3
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 32,790 550 2.3
Protective service workers, all other 28,140 330 2.3
Medical transcriptionists 30,930 350 2.3

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Boise, Idaho Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Teachers and instructors, all other 61,090 1.61 1,560
Assemblers and fabricators, all other 39,790 1.5 690
Mechanical engineers 102,730 1.39 430
Order clerks 38,200 1.36 630
Surveying and mapping technicians 51,530 1.36 380
Library assistants, clerical 31,300 1.31 130
Industrial engineering technicians 62,450 1.29 240
Office and administrative support workers, all other 39,940 1.29 350
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 67,010 1.29 1,300
File clerks 30,240 1.28 1,130
Reporters and correspondents 52,300 1.28 120
Amusement and recreation attendants 23,600 1.28 570
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 90,030 1.24 160
Public relations specialists 62,340 1.24 280
Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks 35,780 1.23 200
Real estate sales agents 57,790 1.23 180
Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 42,360 1.22 280
Education administrators, all other 91,720 1.2 150
Food batchmakers 30,410 1.18 570
Law clerks 46,320 1.18 110
Fire fighters 49,260 1.17 380
Medical assistants 32,710 1.16 1,030
Cargo and freight agents 44,120 1.13 110
Advertising sales agents 52,820 1.13 300
Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers 39,110 1.13 170
Database administrators 73,990 1.13 180
Data entry keyers 29,240 1.12 220
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 40,330 1.12 440
Radio and television announcers 43,350 1.11 120
Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 24,040 1.11 220
Market research analysts 65,230 1.11 310
Switchboard operators, including answering service 26,650 1.1 480
Packers and packagers, hand 22,360 1.1 910
Graphic designers 44,180 1.1 430
Dental hygienists 69,470 1.09 480
Community and social service specialists, all other 41,520 1.09 460
Elementary school teachers, except special education 54,280 1.09 2,950
Appraisers and assessors of real estate 56,050 1.09 120
Legislators 38,670 1.09 220
Managers, all other 89,180 1.08 800
Bus drivers, school 28,150 1.08 2,180
Industrial engineers 77,860 1.07 880
Cashiers 19,800 1.07 5,230
Medical secretaries 30,960 1.07 630
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 31,070 1.07 1,630
Civil engineering technicians 48,050 1.07 470
Dentists, general 172,200 1.06 250
Legal secretaries 38,250 1.06 540
Pharmacists 111,440 1.06 850
Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 50,700 1.06 230

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