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South Bend Employment

Employment and Industries in the South Bend, Indiana Area

South Bend's diversified economy primarily consists of education, wholesale and retail trade, healthcare and government. Notre Dame University is the city's largest employer and has a significant impact on the local economy. The university also adds to the economy by partnering with local companies for research and development projects. Memorial Health Systems is the South Bend area's second largest employer. The city also includes numerous medical related businesses.

Manufacturing sectors include transportation equipment, non-electrical machinery, rubber products and plastic products. In addition, South Bend is home to the headquarters of AM General, the producer of Hummer military and special purpose vehicles. AM General is one of the major employers in the area.

The tourism industry provides a large number of jobs. Notre Dame University is a prominent tourist attraction in the area. Also, the football games played at the university significantly contribute to the economy.

The top job providing companies in the South Bend region are:

  • University of Notre Dame
  • South Bend Community School Corporation
  • Memorial Health System
  • AM General
  • Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Inc
  • The Diocese of Fort Wayne/South Bend
  • City of South Bend
  • Martin's Supermarkets
  • Walmart
  • Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation
  • St. Joseph County
  • Madison Center
  • Honeywell
  • 1st Source Bank
  • Indiana University South Bend
  • South Bend Medical Foundation
  • U.S. Postal Service
  • Bayer Corporation
  • Meijer, Inc
  • Robert Bosch Corporation
  • Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
  • Steel Warehouse Company, Inc
  • Kroger
  • South Bend Clinic
  • Press Ganey Associates, Inc
  • I/N Tek - I/N Kote

South Bend's top employment sectors are:

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

Pertinent information about South Bend Indiana: The city has been ranked among the 40 hottest real estate markets for business by Expansion Management magazine. In 2008 the cost of living index in South Bend Indiana was at 78.2. The country's average is 100. Regarding the adult population in South Bend Indiana, about 20% earned a bachelor's degree or better. The estimated median household income in 2007 was $35,000.

Organizations offering help to South Bend businesses include:

The newspaper South Bend Tribune is an excellent resource for local business and industry news.

Most Popular Jobs in South Bend, Indiana 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 2,500 $53,650 $41,010 - 68,030 24% 56%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,980 $53,840 $28,260 - 92,000 8% 51%
3 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,300 $47,690 $33,610 - 63,530 14% 95%
4 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,080 $48,430 $24,330 - 64,330 6% 96%
5 Accountants and auditors 920 $58,440 $35,600 - 94,940 18% 79%
6 Teachers and instructors, all other 810 $28,920 $20,530 - 51,040 9% 54%
7 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 710 $48,700 $34,130 - 64,280 11% 95%
8 Coaches and scouts 450 $22,730 $13,340 - 34,840 15% 60%
9 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 410 $78,170 $41,390 - 125,450 12% 51%
10 Computer systems analysts 380 $65,450 $44,450 - 84,490 29% 68%
11 Sales managers 370 $80,440 $44,970 - 133,480 10% 69%
12 Financial managers 360 $87,940 $54,420 - 132,030 13% 60%
13 Medical and health services managers 360 $80,960 $45,110 - 140,480 16% 57%
14 Computer software engineers, applications 340 $65,290 $35,090 - 96,530 45% 85%
15 Child, family, and school social workers 340 $34,800 $25,510 - 50,950 19% 77%
16 Mechanical engineers 330 $85,680 $46,890 - 146,100 4% 78%
17 Sales and related workers, all other 310 $41,570 $13,430 - 102,400 14% 62%
18 Lawyers 300 $73,690 $28,230 - 152,530 11% 99%
19 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 290 $64,790 $23,520 - 146,210 25% 67%
20 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 270 $46,480 $28,220 - 64,730 12% 51%
21 Social and human service assistants 270 $21,780 $13,710 - 32,890 34% 58%
22 Industrial engineers 250 $69,540 $45,430 - 97,170 20% 74%
23 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 250 $46,610 $28,070 - 64,840 13% 73%
24 Chief executives 230 $164,080 $68,770 - 2% 65%
25 Network and computer systems administrators 220 $59,010 $40,250 - 87,650 27% 50%
26 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 210 $57,350 $24,030 - 85,270 17% 56%
27 Management analysts 200 $81,340 $44,510 - 106,330 22% 78%
28 Computer programmers 200 $62,240 $41,240 - 83,900 -4% 73%
29 Librarians 200 $46,540 $29,490 - 62,300 4% 85%
30 Graphic designers 200 $37,650 $25,480 - 50,590 10% 55%
31 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 190 $78,250 $55,030 - 101,970 8% 78%
32 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 190 $48,290 $23,210 - 80,120 18% 56%
33 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 190 $38,380 $23,170 - 62,700 30% 77%
34 Training and development specialists 180 $56,410 $29,140 - 118,570 18% 56%
35 Physical therapists 170 $76,660 $50,050 - 103,600 27% 89%
36 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 170 $36,680 $27,290 - 46,270 15% 51%
37 Advertising sales agents 160 $50,140 $26,280 - 79,920 20% 56%
38 Computer and information systems managers 150 $99,940 $57,570 - 161,690 16% 73%
39 Public relations specialists 150 $47,880 $23,740 - 92,170 18% 81%
40 Engineering managers 130 $101,310 $66,220 - 135,120 7% 84%
41 Social and community service managers 130 $48,930 $33,730 - 75,150 25% 72%
42 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 130 $40,660 $28,280 - 59,360 5% 58%
43 Medical and public health social workers 130 $39,070 $25,430 - 61,730 24% 77%
44 Self-enrichment education teachers 130 $35,770 $22,540 - 50,840 23% 54%
45 Editors 130 $35,380 $17,230 - 49,980 2% 81%
46 Civil engineers 110 $58,240 $36,080 - 89,300 18% 87%
47 Marketing managers 100 $81,050 $43,710 - 137,600 14% 69%
48 Database administrators 100 $54,990 $31,540 - 95,390 29% 72%
49 Special education teachers, secondary school 100 $48,360 $33,840 - 63,900 9% 87%
50 Dentists, general 90 $164,320 $79,470 - 9% 100%
51 Personal financial advisors 90 $99,870 $34,060 - 41% 81%
52 Occupational therapists 90 $62,020 $40,160 - 83,280 23% 90%
53 Instructional coordinators 90 $49,610 $32,790 - 63,210 23% 79%
54 Financial specialists, all other 90 $44,430 $26,460 - 60,420 12% 50%
55 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 90 $39,080 $14,110 - 63,510 14% 54%
56 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 80 $62,720 $44,980 - 82,630 16% 99%
57 Speech-language pathologists 80 $57,270 $40,750 - 74,210 11% 98%
58 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 80 $48,070 $32,750 - 64,190 20% 87%
59 Credit analysts 80 $45,850 $28,570 - 68,180 2% 60%
60 Financial analysts 70 $87,320 $42,300 - 34% 87%
61 Public relations managers 70 $59,620 $34,380 - 117,690 17% 75%
62 Computer specialists, all other 70 $54,310 $30,760 - 91,720 15% 68%
63 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 70 $46,610 $30,240 - 74,140 18% 56%
64 Interior designers 70 $32,660 $17,320 - 55,640 20% 55%
65 Floral designers 70 $22,580 $15,290 - 30,460 -9% 55%
66 Engineers, all other 70 $0 $ - 6% 82%
67 Human resources managers, all other 60 $81,250 $47,490 - 127,090 11% 58%
68 Veterinarians 60 $76,000 $56,600 - 107,690 35% 100%
69 Purchasing managers 60 $72,350 $45,600 - 114,110 3% 57%
70 Community and social service specialists, all other 60 $41,360 $25,530 - 64,700 25% 58%
71 Writers and authors 60 $33,750 $23,200 - 48,180 13% 84%
72 Social workers, all other 60 $33,430 $20,090 - 49,190 18% 77%
73 Computer software engineers, systems software 50 $65,680 $43,800 - 94,660 28% 85%
74 Compensation and benefits managers 50 $62,550 $38,480 - 100,250 12% 58%
75 Market research analysts 50 $59,810 $24,500 - 95,130 20% 82%
76 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 50 $58,850 $38,880 - 90,520 -5% 96%
77 Special education teachers, middle school 50 $51,500 $37,540 - 65,640 16% 87%
78 Producers and directors 50 $46,830 $27,480 - 68,280 11% 75%
79 Marriage and family therapists 50 $44,930 $34,580 - 59,560 30% 73%
80 Health educators 50 $44,240 $26,300 - 66,460 26% 58%
81 Electrical engineers 40 $93,540 $43,260 - 162,770 6% 81%
82 Advertising and promotions managers 40 $75,750 $56,620 - 97,110 6% 76%
83 Audiologists 40 $73,930 $44,580 - 121,810 10% 91%
84 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 40 $29,930 $21,910 - 44,600 11% 55%
85 Legislators 40 $26,320 $15,350 - 49,430 1% 65%
86 Commercial pilots 30 $112,070 $106,900 - 132,530 13% 74%
87 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 30 $42,520 $23,450 - 85,750 15% 72%
88 Rehabilitation counselors 30 $37,050 $26,290 - 64,410 23% 73%
89 Audio-visual collections specialists 30 $32,210 $14,680 - 50,930 -14% 79%
90 Biological technicians 30 $27,480 $19,650 - 36,870 16% 60%

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 4,040 $24,420 $14,150 - 39,130 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 3,270 $16,980 $13,080 - 22,580 -3% 10%
3 Team assemblers 3,240 $27,180 $19,790 - 32,330 0% 5%
4 Office clerks, general 2,860 $22,510 $14,060 - 32,880 13% 19%
5 Waiters and waitresses 2,800 $19,180 $13,250 - 28,730 11% 14%
6 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 2,770 $15,180 $12,860 - 18,860 18% 5%
7 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,330 $19,580 $14,060 - 27,370 -8% 8%
8 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,210 $22,650 $14,220 - 32,800 15% 4%
9 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 2,110 $36,970 $24,380 - 50,900 10% 4%
10 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 2,080 $31,220 $21,310 - 42,420 13% 16%
11 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 2,050 $34,040 $24,210 - 45,820 15% 18%
12 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 2,040 $27,640 $18,690 - 38,710 1% 18%
13 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,850 $24,160 $16,330 - 36,190 2% 5%
14 Customer service representatives 1,800 $34,610 $22,390 - 51,080 25% 22%
15 Receptionists and information clerks 1,650 $22,410 $14,740 - 31,150 17% 13%
16 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,550 $23,230 $17,900 - 29,970 18% 7%
17 Packers and packagers, hand 1,450 $18,210 $13,320 - 25,220 -12% 3%
18 Teacher assistants 1,440 $19,090 $13,010 - 26,690 10% 18%
19 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,420 $36,480 $22,210 - 53,860 10% 6%
20 Food preparation workers 1,310 $17,830 $13,380 - 23,930 15% 7%
21 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,220 $46,210 $27,690 - 67,880 6% 29%
22 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,220 $41,460 $22,480 - 67,200 4% 25%
23 General and operations managers 1,140 $99,280 $47,190 - 2% 48%
24 Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 1,070 $28,510 $20,090 - 38,280 -15% 0%
25 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,070 $25,650 $14,910 - 39,010 8% 4%
26 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 1,050 $27,240 $17,510 - 39,150 4% 6%
27 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,040 $49,610 $33,460 - 70,270 -5% 15%
28 Cooks, restaurant 940 $21,810 $16,680 - 28,550 12% 5%
29 Counter and rental clerks 930 $21,500 $13,210 - 35,430 23% 16%
30 Home health aides 900 $21,520 $16,790 - 27,120 49% 7%
31 Machinists 880 $38,840 $26,850 - 50,800 -3% 3%
32 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 850 $19,290 $14,110 - 24,840 13% 5%
33 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 820 $39,120 $31,350 - 49,610 14% 7%
34 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 810 $29,760 $17,330 - 45,140 11% 14%
35 Security guards 790 $21,920 $13,780 - 32,470 17% 13%
36 Carpenters 780 $42,370 $24,050 - 63,140 10% 6%
37 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 760 $22,640 $14,910 - 31,470 18% 6%
38 Tellers 740 $22,830 $17,570 - 29,410 14% 16%
39 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 730 $32,220 $18,760 - 47,570 -7% 14%
40 Bus drivers, school 660 $24,980 $14,590 - 38,290 9% 4%
41 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 650 $24,080 $14,360 - 33,570 12% 6%
42 Bartenders 650 $23,450 $14,100 - 38,520 11% 17%
43 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 650 $17,030 $13,210 - 22,720 10% 17%
44 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 610 $45,480 $39,080 - 52,030 11% 33%
45 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 600 $38,310 $20,440 - 59,370 14% 4%
46 Dishwashers 600 $17,000 $13,520 - 20,820 10% 3%
47 Computer support specialists 580 $36,680 $22,080 - 59,790 13% 43%
48 Electricians 570 $49,790 $29,030 - 65,710 7% 7%
49 Child care workers 550 $16,930 $13,000 - 22,920 18% 15%
50 Industrial truck and tractor operators 530 $26,490 $16,810 - 35,790 -2% 2%
51 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 510 $54,700 $34,680 - 80,600 7% 13%
52 Medical assistants 510 $27,370 $20,890 - 33,730 35% 10%
53 Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 500 $23,690 $17,260 - 35,300 -13% 0%
54 Sales representatives, services, all other 480 $48,110 $26,690 - 78,300 28% 48%
55 Multiple machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 480 $32,250 $22,530 - 50,210 0% 3%
56 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 450 $29,500 $21,990 - 38,620 4% 15%
57 Construction laborers 440 $36,170 $21,140 - 52,180 11% 5%
58 Medical secretaries 440 $28,610 $19,720 - 39,340 17% 18%
59 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 440 $21,440 $14,750 - 29,140 11% 5%
60 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 440 $16,620 $12,930 - 21,970 10% 8%
61 Driver/sales workers 420 $25,060 $14,960 - 39,330 -5% 4%
62 Helpers--production workers 420 $22,300 $16,550 - 30,550 -1% 4%
63 Telemarketers 420 $19,230 $12,920 - 35,940 -10% 14%
64 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 410 $53,330 $33,650 - 70,840 11% 4%
65 Healthcare support workers, all other 410 $26,860 $21,680 - 34,810 16% 10%
66 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 400 $33,190 $22,850 - 41,190 5% 2%
67 Medical records and health information technicians 400 $25,900 $17,490 - 38,180 18% 12%
68 Library assistants, clerical 400 $22,000 $13,720 - 30,840 8% 37%
69 Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 380 $52,140 $43,280 - 66,560 3% 13%
70 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 380 $51,740 $29,210 - 82,120 9% 10%
71 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 370 $40,260 $27,150 - 52,490 12% 3%
72 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 360 $77,320 $43,240 - 123,230 4% 38%
73 Postal service mail carriers 360 $0 $ - 1% 11%
74 Dental assistants 350 $35,720 $25,980 - 49,240 29% 9%
75 Preschool teachers, except special education 350 $28,320 $18,630 - 39,410 26% 43%
76 Cooks, fast food 350 $15,650 $13,020 - 19,370 8% 5%
77 Business operations specialists, all other 320 $57,340 $25,100 - 95,270 21% 49%
78 Industrial production managers 310 $80,550 $48,510 - 125,030 -6% 43%
79 Loan officers 310 $62,310 $28,200 - 117,440 12% 49%
80 Fire fighters 310 $38,700 $27,160 - 49,390 12% 18%
81 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 300 $22,670 $17,280 - 30,750 -5% 5%
82 Cooks, short order 300 $18,960 $13,730 - 24,870 5% 5%
83 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 300 $15,760 $12,980 - 19,640 12% 6%
84 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 290 $40,570 $27,110 - 59,930 4% 30%
85 First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 290 $35,630 $25,890 - 48,030 13% 11%
86 Bill and account collectors 290 $32,420 $24,890 - 40,810 23% 13%
87 Insurance sales agents 290 $0 $ - 13% 45%
88 Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 280 $58,520 $34,010 - 94,540 0% 0%
89 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 280 $46,260 $29,020 - 70,270 8% 3%
90 Physicians and surgeons, all other 270 $212,230 $150,250 - 0% 0%
91 Assemblers and fabricators, all other 270 $22,400 $16,740 - 31,660 -9% 5%
92 Cost estimators 260 $60,930 $37,050 - 92,320 19% 32%
93 Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 260 $30,260 $22,460 - 36,210 -3% 6%
94 Pharmacy technicians 260 $27,770 $20,820 - 34,400 32% 16%
95 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 260 $25,720 $16,020 - 45,250 27% 47%
96 Library technicians 260 $23,030 $14,250 - 32,660 9% 27%
97 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 260 $20,030 $14,290 - 27,530 10% 5%
98 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 250 $50,960 $27,800 - 79,550 10% 17%
99 Production workers, all other 250 $31,470 $17,660 - 55,940 2% 5%
100 Dental hygienists 240 $60,430 $44,280 - 76,910 30% 33%
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Jobs More Common Near South Bend Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Heat treating equipment setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 31,520 150 9.5
Millwrights 48,360 220 7.6
Multiple machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 32,250 480 7.2
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 22,350 140 6.4
Milling and planing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 35,510 110 6.4
Mathematical science teachers, postsecondary 66,770 170 5.4
Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 28,510 1,070 5.2
Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary 53,690 160 5.2
Insulation workers, mechanical 53,250 100 4.9
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 58,520 280 4.8
Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 40,140 150 4.6
Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 23,690 500 4.5
Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door 42,790 130 4.4
Education teachers, postsecondary 59,300 170 4.4
Library assistants, clerical 22,000 400 3.9
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 24,450 240 3.6
Team assemblers 27,180 3,240 3.3
Mechanical drafters 44,880 220 3.3
Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 31,280 140 3.3
English language and literature teachers, postsecondary 54,630 150 3.2
Motor vehicle operators, all other 18,390 210 3.1
Industrial engineering technicians 47,450 180 3
Tool and die makers 42,320 210 2.9
Coaches and scouts 22,730 450 2.8
Business teachers, postsecondary 59,400 150 2.7
Library technicians 23,030 260 2.6
Tire repairers and changers 20,560 210 2.6
Medical records and health information technicians 25,900 400 2.5
Machinists 38,840 880 2.4
Healthcare support workers, all other 26,860 410 2.3
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 30,260 260 2.2
Sales and related workers, all other 41,570 310 2.2
Industrial production managers 80,550 310 2.2
Appraisers and assessors of real estate 0 120 2.1
Photographers 24,650 120 2.1
Counter and rental clerks 21,500 930 2.1
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers 21,810 130 2.1
Cooks, short order 18,960 300 2.1
Brickmasons and blockmasons 53,660 200 2.1
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 52,140 380 2.1
Packers and packagers, hand 18,210 1,450 2
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 32,170 140 1.9
Bindery workers 28,590 100 1.9
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 32,200 180 1.9
Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 17,030 650 1.8
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 24,080 650 1.8
First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers 38,300 190 1.8
Service station attendants 19,530 110 1.8
Highway maintenance workers 31,830 150 1.7
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 49,610 1,040 1.7

Work Paying Relatively Well in the South Bend, Indiana Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 40,140 1.32 150
Automotive body and related repairers 49,020 1.25 150
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 39,760 1.23 180
Bartenders 23,450 1.21 650
Physicians and surgeons, all other 212,230 1.19 270
Brickmasons and blockmasons 53,660 1.18 200
Property, real estate, and community association managers 62,490 1.17 120
Customer service representatives 34,610 1.17 1,800
Construction laborers 36,170 1.16 440
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 53,330 1.16 410
Mechanical engineers 85,680 1.16 330
Painters, construction and maintenance 38,690 1.13 140
Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service 28,570 1.12 230
Training and development specialists 56,410 1.12 180
Preschool teachers, except special education 28,320 1.11 350
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 36,730 1.11 120
First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 77,320 1.11 360
Dental assistants 35,720 1.11 350
Couriers and messengers 26,730 1.11 110
Management analysts 81,340 1.11 200
Chief executives 164,080 1.09 230
Cost estimators 60,930 1.09 260
Production workers, all other 31,470 1.09 250
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 46,260 1.08 280
Carpenters 42,370 1.08 780
Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers 40,070 1.08 160
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 78,170 1.07 410
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 41,460 1.07 1,220
Advertising sales agents 50,140 1.07 160
Maintenance and repair workers, general 36,480 1.06 1,420
Electricians 49,790 1.06 570
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 57,350 1.06 210
Sales and related workers, all other 41,570 1.06 310
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 32,170 1.06 140
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 38,310 1.06 600
Food service managers 51,140 1.05 230
Loan officers 62,310 1.05 310
Bill and account collectors 32,420 1.05 290
Machinists 38,840 1.05 880
Sheet metal workers 43,620 1.05 110
Physical therapists 76,660 1.05 170
Printing machine operators 34,210 1.04 240
Cement masons and concrete finishers 38,460 1.04 220
Lifeguards, ski patrol, and other recreational protective service workers 20,000 1.03 110
Milling and planing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 35,510 1.03 110
General and operations managers 99,280 1.03 1,140
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 36,680 1.03 170
Medical transcriptionists 33,050 1.03 130
Waiters and waitresses 19,180 1.03 2,800
First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 46,210 1.02 1,220

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