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Springfield Employment

Employment and Industries in the Springfield, Illinois Area

Due to Springfield being the capital of Illinois, a large number of the jobs in Springfield are centered around the state government. Trade transportation and warehousing; and healthcare are other major employment sectors. Memorial Health Systems is one of the largest private sector employers. The area also includes over 130 manufacturing companies. The city is also home to several back office operations of national companies in the fields of telecommunications, insurance and technology. Tourism, affiliated with President Lincoln, significantly contributes to the Springfield economy.

Accolades for Springfield: Business Development Outlook magazine placed Springfield in the top 25 cities in the nation for doing business. Rated as a five star location for medium-sized business expansion and relocation by Expansion Management magazine. The Center for Governmental Studies audit showed that the overall labor quality in Springfield is among the best in the nation, based on information provided by local employers.

A list of the largest employers in the Springfield region is provided below:

  • State of Illinois
  • Memorial Health System
  • St. John's Hospital
  • Illinois National Guard
  • Springfield public schools
  • City of Springfield
  • SIU School of Medicine
  • Horace Mann Insurance Company
  • SBC/Ameritech
  • Springfield Clinic, LLP
  • U.S. Postal Office
  • United Contractors
  • Cingular Wireless SBC
  • Freeman United Mining
  • AIG American General
  • Express Personnel Services

The primary employment sectors in Springfield are shown below:

  • Government
  • Trade, transportation & warehousing
  • Healthcare
  • Accommodations, food & entertainment
  • Education
  • Finance, insurance, real estate & management
  • Information, professional & technical
  • Manufacturing

Noteworthy information about Springfield: The estimated median household income in 2007 was $42,000. The cost of living index in 2008 was at 77 which is low when compared to the nation's average of 100. About 31% of the adult population has a bachelor's degree or higher.

Springfield companies have access to helpful business organizations including:

The State Journal-Register offers current information regarding the business activities in Springfield.

Most Popular Jobs in Springfield, Illinois Metro Area (2008 data)

Where the Majority of Workers Have College Degrees

Rank Title Local Jobs Local Mean Salary Typical Local Salary National Growth % 2006-2016 National % With College Degree
1 Registered nurses 2,600 $60,210 $43,090 - 77,810 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,570 $53,940 $32,000 - 83,140 14% 95%
3 Accountants and auditors 1,190 $59,880 $38,810 - 78,860 18% 79%
4 Chief executives 1,000 $0 $ - 2% 65%
5 Computer systems analysts 990 $78,920 $54,960 - 101,080 29% 68%
6 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 640 $54,450 $25,180 - 91,870 8% 51%
7 Managers, all other 500 $74,590 $45,590 - 105,140 7% 55%
8 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 460 $44,800 $17,050 - 69,840 20% 87%
9 Lawyers 430 $94,790 $49,890 - 156,940 11% 99%
10 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 430 $46,240 $16,530 - 76,770 17% 56%
11 Computer specialists, all other 420 $66,060 $45,630 - 86,820 15% 68%
12 Computer programmers 400 $72,350 $40,240 - 110,170 -4% 73%
13 Child, family, and school social workers 400 $44,000 $21,870 - 65,720 19% 77%
14 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 390 $52,090 $29,220 - 80,030 11% 95%
15 Financial managers 340 $99,730 $46,360 - 13% 60%
16 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 330 $45,330 $23,470 - 65,770 6% 96%
17 Management analysts 320 $74,990 $44,060 - 88,050 22% 78%
18 Market research analysts 310 $58,740 $29,320 - 88,790 20% 82%
19 Social workers, all other 310 $49,400 $34,680 - 65,260 18% 77%
20 Sales managers 280 $80,690 $41,880 - 148,560 10% 69%
21 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 280 $54,820 $40,680 - 77,520 18% 56%
22 Administrative law judges, adjudicators, and hearing officers 250 $53,230 $36,840 - 64,900 0% 99%
23 Training and development specialists 220 $45,500 $25,310 - 64,710 18% 56%
24 Pharmacists 210 $107,880 $85,020 - 131,400 22% 97%
25 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 210 $60,520 $49,560 - 76,560 25% 93%
26 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 190 $37,810 $23,550 - 54,110 15% 51%
27 Environmental engineers 170 $72,830 $57,920 - 88,100 25% 86%
28 Insurance underwriters 170 $60,820 $33,300 - 93,280 6% 53%
29 Network and computer systems administrators 170 $57,310 $28,260 - 85,330 27% 50%
30 Public relations specialists 170 $51,420 $32,510 - 81,330 18% 81%
31 Sales and related workers, all other 170 $38,580 $19,110 - 77,490 14% 62%
32 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 160 $80,610 $35,810 - 155,220 25% 67%
33 Community and social service specialists, all other 160 $51,860 $17,780 - 79,740 25% 58%
34 Computer and information systems managers 150 $92,540 $52,290 - 133,280 16% 73%
35 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 150 $85,080 $38,680 - 126,530 12% 51%
36 Computer software engineers, systems software 150 $82,950 $56,470 - 122,700 28% 85%
37 Floral designers 150 $21,690 $17,210 - 28,570 -9% 55%
38 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 140 $64,310 $45,460 - 84,060 15% 72%
39 Librarians 140 $46,040 $20,980 - 66,790 4% 85%
40 Detectives and criminal investigators 130 $66,990 $44,360 - 96,450 17% 54%
41 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 130 $58,180 $37,700 - 82,510 18% 56%
42 Health educators 130 $35,600 $15,990 - 69,340 26% 58%
43 Civil engineers 120 $77,430 $53,860 - 104,290 18% 87%
44 Financial analysts 120 $71,510 $36,630 - 124,620 34% 87%
45 Network systems and data communications analysts 120 $63,190 $32,060 - 99,900 53% 57%
46 Speech-language pathologists 120 $57,200 $37,390 - 79,740 11% 98%
47 Self-enrichment education teachers 120 $28,210 $16,620 - 40,810 23% 54%
48 Medical and health services managers 110 $82,860 $45,940 - 130,610 16% 57%
49 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 110 $58,560 $33,140 - 100,350 5% 58%
50 Financial specialists, all other 110 $58,200 $32,640 - 91,000 12% 50%
51 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 110 $52,400 $37,730 - 67,370 12% 51%
52 Personal financial advisors 100 $91,210 $36,540 - 41% 81%
53 Physician assistants 100 $68,150 $21,300 - 107,810 27% 67%
54 Graphic designers 100 $37,760 $27,590 - 55,060 10% 55%
55 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 100 $36,940 $17,320 - 64,330 30% 77%
56 Physical therapists 90 $81,640 $60,160 - 102,300 27% 89%
57 Social and community service managers 80 $58,740 $38,050 - 82,830 25% 72%
58 Instructional coordinators 80 $37,240 $22,590 - 72,150 23% 79%
59 Engineering managers 70 $121,380 $89,650 - 7% 84%
60 Database administrators 70 $72,700 $43,590 - 121,730 29% 72%
61 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 70 $69,640 $39,810 - 103,100 16% 99%
62 Advertising sales agents 70 $58,820 $29,480 - 100,420 20% 56%
63 Education, training, and library workers, all other 70 $55,790 $37,000 - 79,900 11% 79%
64 Architects, except landscape and naval 60 $67,520 $43,810 - 98,410 18% 88%
65 Budget analysts 60 $54,180 $32,040 - 81,740 7% 78%
66 Chemists 60 $51,820 $27,320 - 78,840 9% 93%
67 Marketing managers 50 $106,140 $51,240 - 164,250 14% 69%
68 Financial examiners 50 $74,820 $52,300 - 102,650 11% 76%
69 Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 50 $71,980 $45,490 - 126,330 22% 93%
70 Rehabilitation counselors 50 $49,080 $25,880 - 77,430 23% 73%
71 Coaches and scouts 50 $30,690 $15,600 - 54,500 15% 60%
72 Engineers, all other 40 $97,610 $57,510 - 139,440 6% 82%
73 Compensation and benefits managers 40 $88,420 $54,760 - 131,690 12% 58%
74 Reporters and correspondents 40 $75,520 $26,640 - 128,760 1% 85%
75 Purchasing managers 40 $69,900 $18,710 - 124,380 3% 57%
76 Veterinarians 40 $69,460 $51,880 - 85,200 35% 100%
77 Industrial engineers 40 $69,370 $43,510 - 104,060 20% 74%
78 Surveyors 40 $62,430 $34,760 - 97,530 24% 82%
79 Meeting and convention planners 40 $54,700 $34,230 - 78,910 20% 67%
80 Medical and public health social workers 40 $48,630 $35,320 - 64,660 24% 77%
81 Actuaries 30 $94,530 $58,830 - 149,100 24% 99%
82 Occupational therapists 30 $61,440 $33,390 - 90,700 23% 90%
83 Statisticians 30 $59,370 $36,200 - 82,790 9% 93%
84 Social scientists and related workers, all other 30 $56,790 $31,320 - 93,910 5% 90%
85 Dietitians and nutritionists 30 $52,120 $40,380 - 64,190 9% 72%
86 Archivists 30 $51,160 $37,650 - 71,070 14% 86%
87 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 30 $23,800 $16,960 - 35,770 11% 55%

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 3,410 $22,600 $16,030 - 34,180 12% 25%
2 Office clerks, general 3,080 $28,260 $17,040 - 39,330 13% 19%
3 Cashiers 2,900 $18,220 $15,880 - 22,220 -3% 10%
4 General and operations managers 2,610 $73,210 $48,530 - 100,740 2% 48%
5 Office and administrative support workers, all other 2,080 $33,040 $15,860 - 49,450 -9% 32%
6 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 2,060 $46,630 $29,930 - 64,040 15% 18%
7 Waiters and waitresses 2,040 $20,120 $15,640 - 30,090 11% 14%
8 Business operations specialists, all other 1,970 $58,770 $29,010 - 95,620 21% 49%
9 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,870 $30,550 $16,130 - 46,000 13% 16%
10 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,760 $29,660 $16,370 - 43,040 1% 18%
11 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,610 $24,670 $16,210 - 43,590 15% 4%
12 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 1,600 $17,060 $15,870 - 19,430 18% 5%
13 Customer service representatives 1,550 $32,810 $20,450 - 49,720 25% 22%
14 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,180 $30,400 $18,070 - 31,460 18% 7%
15 Receptionists and information clerks 1,110 $23,940 $17,530 - 31,580 17% 13%
16 Teacher assistants 1,030 $20,670 $16,020 - 29,020 10% 18%
17 Administrative services managers 990 $56,660 $42,010 - 76,770 12% 40%
18 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 970 $40,270 $23,640 - 59,090 4% 25%
19 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 950 $27,190 $17,460 - 40,890 2% 5%
20 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 950 $19,920 $16,150 - 25,770 13% 5%
21 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 920 $44,780 $27,690 - 65,910 6% 29%
22 Stock clerks and order fillers 900 $24,340 $16,240 - 41,720 -8% 8%
23 Food preparation workers 810 $19,190 $16,330 - 23,510 15% 7%
24 Construction laborers 800 $31,800 $15,600 - 53,350 11% 5%
25 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 770 $40,730 $24,220 - 56,280 10% 4%
26 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 750 $38,950 $27,750 - 50,200 14% 7%
27 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 730 $38,400 $19,400 - 59,980 14% 4%
28 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 730 $29,060 $17,030 - 55,770 8% 4%
29 Data entry keyers 700 $28,000 $16,910 - 44,100 -5% 18%
30 Maintenance and repair workers, general 680 $34,430 $17,910 - 57,250 10% 6%
31 Bill and account collectors 670 $26,940 $18,210 - 39,370 23% 13%
32 Cooks, fast food 670 $17,900 $15,880 - 21,140 8% 5%
33 Cooks, restaurant 650 $21,510 $16,690 - 27,230 12% 5%
34 Bartenders 610 $18,550 $15,930 - 20,890 11% 17%
35 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 580 $47,990 $22,470 - 79,190 11% 33%
36 Computer support specialists 570 $44,060 $20,310 - 68,190 13% 43%
37 Dishwashers 550 $17,890 $15,920 - 20,770 10% 3%
38 Carpenters 540 $40,190 $24,080 - 62,280 10% 6%
39 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 540 $30,400 $19,530 - 41,420 11% 14%
40 Tellers 540 $21,480 $16,880 - 28,800 14% 16%
41 Counter and rental clerks 490 $21,000 $15,950 - 30,970 23% 16%
42 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 480 $28,300 $17,760 - 45,800 18% 6%
43 Sales representatives, services, all other 470 $50,610 $18,080 - 102,930 28% 48%
44 Healthcare support workers, all other 460 $33,710 $21,600 - 48,450 16% 10%
45 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 440 $29,420 $21,480 - 40,510 4% 15%
46 Pharmacy technicians 440 $23,810 $16,090 - 34,030 32% 16%
47 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 430 $33,360 $22,150 - 47,670 -1% 22%
48 Child care workers 430 $19,870 $16,310 - 23,310 18% 15%
49 Electricians 380 $63,400 $44,400 - 80,240 7% 7%
50 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 360 $32,860 $17,470 - 58,950 12% 6%
51 Fire fighters 350 $35,170 $15,890 - 69,950 12% 18%
52 Medical assistants 350 $30,320 $22,030 - 43,110 35% 10%
53 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 350 $26,310 $17,300 - 39,050 4% 6%
54 File clerks 330 $21,010 $16,130 - 27,020 -41% 20%
55 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 330 $18,930 $16,420 - 22,550 17% 14%
56 Postal service mail carriers 330 $0 $ - 1% 11%
57 Security guards 310 $37,730 $20,940 - 52,120 17% 13%
58 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 300 $62,850 $33,960 - 117,970 4% 38%
59 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 300 $60,240 $38,420 - 79,560 9% 47%
60 Loan officers 300 $58,600 $31,770 - 98,650 12% 49%
61 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 290 $57,870 $29,890 - 81,850 7% 13%
62 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 280 $22,100 $16,690 - 30,410 11% 5%
63 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 280 $17,390 $15,850 - 21,180 12% 6%
64 Packers and packagers, hand 270 $17,900 $16,000 - 20,010 -12% 3%
65 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 270 $0 $ - -8% 12%
66 Loan interviewers and clerks 260 $30,710 $23,530 - 39,390 -1% 24%
67 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 260 $17,420 $15,930 - 19,810 10% 17%
68 Radiologic technologists and technicians 250 $49,410 $25,550 - 68,450 15% 25%
69 Food service managers 250 $40,980 $22,770 - 65,570 5% 24%
70 Parts salespersons 250 $33,170 $18,730 - 49,660 -2% 6%
71 Insurance sales agents 230 $52,290 $26,850 - 91,640 13% 45%
72 Industrial truck and tractor operators 230 $32,780 $20,480 - 46,650 -2% 2%
73 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 220 $53,930 $34,620 - 78,800 9% 10%
74 Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 220 $26,870 $18,120 - 38,220 19% 14%
75 Physicians and surgeons, all other 200 $205,210 $114,650 - 0% 0%
76 Dental hygienists 200 $56,330 $42,460 - 67,600 30% 33%
77 Computer operators 200 $37,080 $27,660 - 50,260 -25% 27%
78 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 200 $21,500 $16,280 - 29,980 10% 5%
79 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 200 $18,230 $16,020 - 23,150 14% 3%
80 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 190 $59,480 $42,270 - 87,860 8% 3%
81 Paralegals and legal assistants 190 $40,480 $18,180 - 66,610 22% 45%
82 First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 190 $35,530 $17,590 - 54,080 13% 11%
83 Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service 190 $25,000 $17,010 - 32,440 -12% 9%
84 First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 180 $92,930 $58,070 - 125,620 9% 33%
85 Health technologists and technicians, all other 180 $45,300 $28,320 - 62,650 15% 27%
86 Dental assistants 180 $32,900 $22,480 - 41,120 29% 9%
87 Switchboard operators, including answering service 180 $23,450 $18,210 - 30,500 -8% 10%
88 Driver/sales workers 180 $22,110 $16,220 - 36,080 -5% 4%
89 Highway maintenance workers 170 $42,260 $15,930 - 63,550 9% 5%
90 Legal secretaries 170 $37,250 $27,850 - 48,600 12% 18%
91 Machinists 170 $28,180 $23,320 - 31,340 -3% 3%
92 Tire repairers and changers 170 $23,060 $16,380 - 35,300 20% 6%
93 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 170 $17,500 $15,890 - 21,680 10% 8%
94 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 160 $60,200 $33,140 - 81,280 11% 4%
95 Maintenance workers, machinery 160 $54,730 $33,020 - 79,900 -1% 0%
96 Cost estimators 160 $52,020 $25,970 - 85,620 19% 32%
97 Printing machine operators 160 $35,990 $18,040 - 59,380 -6% 6%
98 Nonfarm animal caretakers 160 $20,220 $16,530 - 25,160 18% 16%
99 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 150 $62,710 $31,610 - 98,580 -5% 15%
100 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 150 $48,090 $26,990 - 68,950 4% 30%
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Jobs More Common Near Springfield Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Administrative law judges, adjudicators, and hearing officers 53,230 250 60.1
Office and administrative support workers, all other 33,040 2,080 11.6
Social workers, all other 49,400 310 7.1
Administrative services managers 56,660 990 5.3
Chief executives 0 1,000 4.8
Environmental engineers 72,830 170 4.7
Meter readers, utilities 29,490 100 4.2
Cardiovascular technologists and technicians 47,030 130 4.1
Floral designers 21,690 150 4
Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 64,310 140 3.9
Health technologists and technicians, all other 45,300 180 3.7
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 60,520 210 3.7
Maintenance workers, machinery 54,730 160 3.6
Healthcare support workers, all other 33,710 460 3.5
Data entry keyers 28,000 700 3.4
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 92,930 180 3.3
Personal care and service workers, all other 19,670 130 3.3
Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 44,800 460 3.1
Health educators 35,600 130 3.1
Computer specialists, all other 66,060 420 2.9
Tire repairers and changers 23,060 170 2.8
Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials 21,050 110 2.7
Highway maintenance workers 42,260 170 2.7
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 46,240 430 2.6
Computer operators 37,080 200 2.6
Business operations specialists, all other 58,770 1,970 2.5
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 33,360 430 2.5
Computer systems analysts 78,920 990 2.5
Insurance underwriters 60,820 170 2.4
New accounts clerks 28,870 130 2.3
Community and social service specialists, all other 51,860 160 2.2
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 18,930 330 2.2
General and operations managers 73,210 2,610 2.2
File clerks 21,010 330 2.2
Bill and account collectors 26,940 670 2.2
Couriers and messengers 24,830 150 2.1
Child, family, and school social workers 44,000 400 2.1
Detectives and criminal investigators 66,990 130 2.1
Physician assistants 68,150 100 2
Fire fighters 35,170 350 1.9
Pharmacy technicians 23,810 440 1.9
Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers 18,990 130 1.9
Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 0 270 1.9
Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service 25,000 190 1.9
Managers, all other 74,590 500 1.8
Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 46,630 2,060 1.8
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 26,870 220 1.8
Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 54,820 280 1.8
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 37,810 190 1.8
Cooks, fast food 17,900 670 1.8

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Springfield, Illinois Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Security guards 37,730 1.49 310
Maintenance workers, machinery 54,730 1.45 160
Painters, construction and maintenance 48,550 1.42 120
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 59,480 1.39 190
Cement masons and concrete finishers 50,730 1.37 140
Community and social service specialists, all other 51,860 1.36 160
Electricians 63,400 1.35 380
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 32,860 1.31 360
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 60,200 1.31 160
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 92,930 1.28 180
Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 64,310 1.27 140
Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 30,400 1.27 1,180
Highway maintenance workers 42,260 1.2 170
Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 46,630 1.2 2,060
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 62,710 1.18 150
Production, planning, and expediting clerks 48,090 1.18 150
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 28,300 1.17 480
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 85,080 1.17 150
Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 58,560 1.16 110
Healthcare support workers, all other 33,710 1.16 460
Physicians and surgeons, all other 205,210 1.15 200
Computer systems analysts 78,920 1.15 990
Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 54,820 1.15 280
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 27,190 1.13 950
Computer programmers 72,350 1.13 400
Office clerks, general 28,260 1.11 3,080
Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 58,180 1.11 130
Health technologists and technicians, all other 45,300 1.11 180
Detectives and criminal investigators 66,990 1.11 130
Customer service representatives 32,810 1.11 1,550
Printing machine operators 35,990 1.1 160
Industrial truck and tractor operators 32,780 1.09 230
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 30,920 1.09 150
Parts salespersons 33,170 1.09 250
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 40,730 1.09 770
Automotive body and related repairers 42,650 1.09 140
Child, family, and school social workers 44,000 1.08 400
Elementary school teachers, except special education 53,940 1.08 1,570
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 21,500 1.08 200
Medical assistants 30,320 1.08 350
Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 24,670 1.08 1,610
Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 60,240 1.08 300
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 38,860 1.08 120
Data entry keyers 28,000 1.08 700
Waiters and waitresses 20,120 1.08 2,040
Financial managers 99,730 1.07 340
Stock clerks and order fillers 24,340 1.07 900
Office and administrative support workers, all other 33,040 1.07 2,080
Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials 21,050 1.06 110
Team assemblers 29,000 1.06 110

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