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Shreveport Employment

Employment and Industries in the Shreveport, Louisiana Area

Shreveport is regarded as the region's commercial center. The economy is primarily powered by service industries. The gaming industry is a significant part of the economy. Due to being a major medical center, many jobs are provided in healthcare. Due to Haynesville Shale, numerous jobs are expected to be provided by the natural gas industry.

The film industry is also an important element of the local economy with numerous movies being filmed in the city. In addition, Shreveport includes the Shreveport Operations A General Motors facility, which is slated to be closed before or during 2012.

The leading job providers in the Shreveport region are:

  • Caddo Parish School Board
  • City of Shreveport
  • LSU Health Sciences Center
  • Willis-Knighton Medical Center
  • Veterans Administration Medical Center
  • Christus Health Northern Louisiana
  • Red River Entertainment of Shreveport
  • Tango Transport Inc
  • Red River Sanitors Inc
  • Accounting Plus Solutions
  • AI-Shreveport, LLC
  • Frymaster/Dean
  • Emerald Correctional Management LLC
  • Diocese of Shreveport
  • Jean Simpson Personnel Services Inc
  • Ivan Smith Furniture Co, LLC
  • Griggs Enterprises Inc
  • Libbey Glass, Inc
  • The ARC of Caddo-Bosier
  • AEP Southwestern Electric Power Company
  • Securitas USA
  • Walmart

Some of the most common jobs filled by those with college degrees are registered nurses, teachers, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives, medical and health services managers, lawyers, managers, social and human service assistants; medical and clinical laboratory technologists; educational, vocational and school counselors; and pharmacists.

The largest job providing sectors in Shreveport are:

  • Healthcare
  • Accommodation and food services
  • Educational services
  • Government
  • Professional, scientific and technical services
  • Arts, entertainment and recreation
  • Finance and insurance

Pertinent data about Shreveport, Louisiana: The estimated median household income in 2007 was $33,000. The cost of living index in the city in 2008 was at 82.7 which is lower than the nation's average of 100. Regarding the population over the age of 25, approximately 22% have a bachelor's degree or higher.

Local companies are invited to work with useful associations including:

Those interested in local business and industry news may want to visit shreveporttimes.com.

Most Popular Jobs in Shreveport, Louisiana 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 4,500 $57,450 $40,710 - 77,790 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 2,890 $44,930 $35,220 - 57,360 14% 95%
3 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 2,010 $53,360 $28,260 - 79,380 8% 51%
4 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,230 $46,150 $35,200 - 60,850 6% 96%
5 Accountants and auditors 940 $49,780 $30,270 - 75,510 18% 79%
6 Medical and health services managers 810 $62,450 $39,800 - 91,490 16% 57%
7 Special education teachers, secondary school 780 $46,540 $36,300 - 59,180 9% 87%
8 Lawyers 720 $98,470 $44,520 - 165,460 11% 99%
9 Teachers and instructors, all other 630 $56,200 $16,050 - 106,140 9% 54%
10 Managers, all other 590 $60,670 $33,150 - 93,960 7% 55%
11 Social and human service assistants 550 $31,210 $17,560 - 47,920 34% 58%
12 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 540 $44,790 $24,010 - 63,470 12% 51%
13 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 450 $51,900 $40,020 - 64,050 13% 73%
14 Sales managers 440 $92,970 $38,690 - 10% 69%
15 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 440 $28,880 $21,080 - 40,770 15% 51%
16 Pharmacists 420 $98,630 $76,460 - 125,190 22% 97%
17 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 420 $46,910 $24,660 - 76,810 5% 58%
18 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 400 $0 $ - 12% 51%
19 Financial managers 390 $85,320 $43,390 - 141,400 13% 60%
20 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 390 $66,660 $53,790 - 81,350 8% 78%
21 Physical therapists 280 $80,740 $58,690 - 114,290 27% 89%
22 Computer programmers 230 $48,590 $26,100 - 76,890 -4% 73%
23 Community and social service specialists, all other 230 $42,280 $15,440 - 63,590 25% 58%
24 Self-enrichment education teachers 230 $38,160 $14,860 - 54,560 23% 54%
25 Dietitians and nutritionists 230 $32,290 $17,510 - 55,820 9% 72%
26 Librarians 220 $48,800 $35,900 - 62,110 4% 85%
27 Occupational therapists 210 $72,890 $52,000 - 92,650 23% 90%
28 Public relations specialists 200 $32,180 $20,050 - 49,520 18% 81%
29 Child, family, and school social workers 190 $43,960 $22,620 - 65,360 19% 77%
30 Instructional coordinators 180 $47,090 $27,440 - 66,990 23% 79%
31 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 170 $41,280 $26,790 - 54,610 30% 77%
32 Rehabilitation counselors 170 $37,540 $25,450 - 50,780 23% 73%
33 Chief executives 140 $143,510 $15,730 - 2% 65%
34 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 140 $41,540 $24,040 - 62,380 18% 56%
35 Industrial engineers 130 $73,370 $48,550 - 97,800 20% 74%
36 Computer systems analysts 130 $65,190 $43,180 - 92,640 29% 68%
37 Network and computer systems administrators 130 $52,230 $32,770 - 76,930 27% 50%
38 Training and development specialists 130 $46,760 $32,330 - 62,740 18% 56%
39 Social and community service managers 130 $44,460 $22,200 - 78,640 25% 72%
40 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 120 $74,170 $30,150 - 108,560 25% 67%
41 Civil engineers 120 $71,990 $48,930 - 94,790 18% 87%
42 Mental health counselors 120 $31,730 $20,190 - 48,390 30% 73%
43 Graphic designers 120 $31,650 $20,810 - 41,820 10% 55%
44 Advertising sales agents 120 $29,550 $21,200 - 39,000 20% 56%
45 Tax preparers 120 $29,200 $21,370 - 37,470 -8% 54%
46 Management analysts 110 $65,420 $38,440 - 91,380 22% 78%
47 Physician assistants 110 $64,200 $26,470 - 86,780 27% 67%
48 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 110 $52,010 $34,810 - 75,080 17% 56%
49 Surveyors 110 $33,370 $18,480 - 59,670 24% 82%
50 Floral designers 110 $21,470 $16,890 - 27,250 -9% 55%
51 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 100 $48,400 $37,210 - 61,490 -5% 96%
52 Speech-language pathologists 90 $69,800 $40,270 - 112,660 11% 98%
53 Detectives and criminal investigators 90 $57,660 $35,730 - 93,830 17% 54%
54 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 90 $43,420 $30,970 - 59,520 11% 58%
55 Engineers, all other 80 $67,890 $33,390 - 104,650 6% 82%
56 Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 80 $64,500 $35,170 - 106,790 22% 93%
57 Computer software engineers, systems software 80 $51,600 $32,190 - 79,700 28% 85%
58 Reporters and correspondents 80 $44,480 $26,090 - 70,410 1% 85%
59 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 80 $40,750 $28,880 - 53,430 34% 73%
60 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 80 $40,640 $24,060 - 54,520 20% 87%
61 Counselors, all other 80 $36,460 $23,900 - 50,250 17% 73%
62 Dentists, general 70 $113,520 $56,620 - 9% 100%
63 Computer and information systems managers 70 $74,170 $42,220 - 114,970 16% 73%
64 Computer specialists, all other 70 $66,270 $42,820 - 89,930 15% 68%
65 Architects, except landscape and naval 70 $62,030 $42,500 - 84,340 18% 88%
66 Purchasing managers 70 $55,280 $19,650 - 98,040 3% 57%
67 Social workers, all other 70 $55,160 $34,940 - 76,450 18% 77%
68 Network systems and data communications analysts 70 $42,380 $21,620 - 72,550 53% 57%
69 Editors 70 $33,710 $21,570 - 56,420 2% 81%
70 Legislators 70 $19,300 $12,970 - 39,090 1% 65%
71 Commercial pilots 60 $70,830 $38,900 - 102,540 13% 74%
72 Compensation and benefits managers 60 $61,720 $35,800 - 86,560 12% 58%
73 Medical and public health social workers 60 $52,600 $27,030 - 67,040 24% 77%
74 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 60 $50,220 $41,420 - 63,960 12% 94%
75 Mechanical engineers 50 $74,380 $52,740 - 99,800 4% 78%
76 Marketing managers 50 $73,350 $45,470 - 118,530 14% 69%
77 Financial analysts 50 $72,610 $42,750 - 106,050 34% 87%
78 Education administrators, postsecondary 50 $69,830 $41,280 - 100,580 14% 78%
79 Occupational health and safety specialists 50 $64,540 $31,860 - 98,320 8% 72%
80 Budget analysts 50 $55,170 $33,740 - 81,610 7% 78%
81 Training and development managers 50 $52,950 $34,640 - 67,220 16% 58%
82 Public relations managers 50 $51,520 $32,020 - 74,260 17% 75%
83 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 50 $42,300 $29,750 - 58,180 14% 54%
84 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 50 $37,920 $24,440 - 50,770 18% 56%
85 Engineering managers 40 $109,020 $76,060 - 153,670 7% 84%
86 Advertising and promotions managers 40 $66,100 $34,460 - 115,580 6% 76%
87 Credit analysts 40 $61,710 $35,210 - 119,010 2% 60%
88 Human resources managers, all other 40 $60,420 $34,770 - 92,060 11% 58%
89 Vocational education teachers, middle school 40 $44,190 $35,820 - 54,580 -5% 95%
90 Recreational therapists 40 $35,850 $19,250 - 56,680 4% 77%
91 Writers and authors 40 $33,490 $17,680 - 62,380 13% 84%
92 Veterinarians 40 $0 $ - 35% 100%
93 Computer software engineers, applications 30 $63,960 $36,400 - 107,810 45% 85%
94 Social scientists and related workers, all other 30 $61,440 $40,750 - 79,470 5% 90%
95 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 30 $52,120 $36,790 - 68,360 25% 93%
96 Market research analysts 30 $41,400 $28,320 - 62,870 20% 82%
97 Meeting and convention planners 30 $29,290 $21,560 - 47,080 20% 67%

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 Cashiers 6,280 $16,410 $12,860 - 21,380 -3% 10%
2 Retail salespersons 6,040 $25,070 $13,630 - 42,900 12% 25%
3 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 4,450 $21,020 $14,150 - 30,570 2% 5%
4 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 4,310 $17,240 $12,900 - 24,300 15% 4%
5 Office clerks, general 3,530 $20,430 $13,420 - 30,280 13% 19%
6 Waiters and waitresses 3,490 $15,310 $12,840 - 18,940 11% 14%
7 Customer service representatives 3,480 $26,970 $17,340 - 34,520 25% 22%
8 General and operations managers 3,420 $90,770 $38,940 - 2% 48%
9 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 3,200 $25,830 $17,150 - 36,880 1% 18%
10 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 2,810 $18,600 $13,800 - 24,990 18% 7%
11 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 2,530 $37,790 $22,480 - 59,300 10% 4%
12 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 2,340 $30,570 $20,350 - 42,140 13% 16%
13 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 2,150 $37,440 $22,730 - 56,530 6% 29%
14 Maintenance and repair workers, general 2,070 $27,410 $16,140 - 41,750 10% 6%
15 Food preparation workers 2,050 $15,600 $12,820 - 19,770 15% 7%
16 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,990 $20,040 $13,580 - 29,220 -8% 8%
17 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,900 $36,860 $27,610 - 48,210 14% 7%
18 Security guards 1,880 $21,870 $14,220 - 31,510 17% 13%
19 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 1,860 $15,640 $12,850 - 19,490 18% 5%
20 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,800 $35,440 $21,980 - 49,920 4% 25%
21 Teacher assistants 1,760 $17,160 $13,210 - 20,250 10% 18%
22 Receptionists and information clerks 1,680 $20,460 $13,750 - 29,070 17% 13%
23 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,530 $32,540 $22,790 - 44,910 15% 18%
24 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,490 $30,040 $14,360 - 53,330 8% 4%
25 Construction laborers 1,410 $26,980 $17,540 - 42,980 11% 5%
26 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,360 $15,860 $12,900 - 20,180 13% 5%
27 Home health aides 1,260 $17,400 $13,130 - 23,690 49% 7%
28 Carpenters 1,250 $33,790 $22,220 - 52,510 10% 6%
29 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,200 $28,230 $18,330 - 39,110 11% 14%
30 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 1,200 $17,010 $12,960 - 23,440 11% 5%
31 Cooks, restaurant 1,170 $21,670 $14,430 - 31,730 12% 5%
32 Gaming dealers 1,100 $14,710 $12,810 - 16,540 24% 11%
33 Cooks, fast food 1,090 $15,020 $12,860 - 18,270 8% 5%
34 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,000 $19,070 $14,230 - 25,490 18% 6%
35 Production workers, all other 970 $37,350 $14,520 - 63,530 2% 5%
36 Personal and home care aides 970 $17,030 $13,100 - 22,710 51% 10%
37 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 950 $38,100 $17,690 - 52,250 11% 33%
38 Electricians 890 $43,460 $24,710 - 69,470 7% 7%
39 Tellers 880 $20,760 $16,520 - 26,260 14% 16%
40 Bus drivers, school 880 $18,020 $16,190 - 20,160 9% 4%
41 Team assemblers 780 $30,600 $17,400 - 46,390 0% 5%
42 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 760 $16,460 $12,960 - 23,230 12% 6%
43 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 750 $53,620 $33,830 - 79,500 7% 13%
44 Helpers--production workers 750 $22,450 $14,780 - 30,610 -1% 4%
45 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 730 $58,850 $33,120 - 103,150 9% 10%
46 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 720 $37,820 $24,950 - 51,530 5% 2%
47 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 700 $49,590 $29,840 - 78,940 -5% 15%
48 Fire fighters 690 $38,250 $20,890 - 52,350 12% 18%
49 Business operations specialists, all other 680 $46,820 $14,460 - 79,360 21% 49%
50 Driver/sales workers 680 $29,630 $14,790 - 46,500 -5% 4%
51 Dishwashers 670 $14,940 $12,770 - 18,260 10% 3%
52 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 660 $29,530 $18,670 - 42,610 4% 15%
53 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 660 $25,240 $14,870 - 37,960 4% 6%
54 Bartenders 650 $16,060 $12,930 - 19,710 11% 17%
55 Insurance sales agents 640 $38,630 $19,970 - 73,370 13% 45%
56 Counter and rental clerks 600 $21,280 $13,520 - 32,950 23% 16%
57 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 590 $36,040 $18,560 - 57,580 14% 4%
58 Industrial truck and tractor operators 580 $26,100 $17,650 - 37,690 -2% 2%
59 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 580 $16,220 $12,980 - 20,690 10% 5%
60 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 560 $17,880 $13,650 - 23,000 14% 3%
61 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 530 $44,760 $27,990 - 66,300 11% 4%
62 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 530 $34,270 $18,450 - 53,860 -7% 14%
63 Service unit operators, oil, gas, and mining 520 $41,550 $27,470 - 57,720 -5% 0%
64 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 520 $32,960 $22,680 - 48,780 8% 3%
65 Medical assistants 520 $26,220 $20,170 - 32,730 35% 10%
66 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 520 $15,510 $12,900 - 19,480 10% 17%
67 Correctional officers and jailers 500 $36,000 $27,200 - 46,790 17% 11%
68 Roustabouts, oil and gas 480 $31,580 $22,560 - 41,940 -3% 0%
69 Radiologic technologists and technicians 470 $43,290 $30,260 - 57,730 15% 25%
70 Packers and packagers, hand 450 $16,670 $12,870 - 24,420 -12% 3%
71 Industrial machinery mechanics 440 $44,910 $28,380 - 68,480 9% 5%
72 Pharmacy technicians 440 $26,360 $20,090 - 33,870 32% 16%
73 Postal service mail carriers 440 $0 $ - 1% 11%
74 Switchboard operators, including answering service 430 $20,120 $14,700 - 25,720 -8% 10%
75 Machinists 420 $34,990 $21,910 - 51,120 -3% 3%
76 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 420 $33,640 $24,720 - 47,400 9% 3%
77 Painters, construction and maintenance 400 $31,450 $20,800 - 42,780 12% 6%
78 Bill and account collectors 400 $26,490 $21,370 - 32,970 23% 13%
79 Child care workers 400 $15,800 $12,860 - 21,630 18% 15%
80 Gaming supervisors 390 $46,570 $35,500 - 54,660 23% 30%
81 Computer support specialists 390 $42,970 $27,200 - 64,360 13% 43%
82 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 370 $16,790 $13,120 - 22,250 10% 8%
83 Loan officers 360 $46,890 $19,340 - 77,610 12% 49%
84 Cooks, short order 360 $16,850 $13,000 - 23,170 5% 5%
85 Paralegals and legal assistants 350 $46,350 $29,470 - 75,050 22% 45%
86 Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 350 $34,580 $20,740 - 48,850 2% 11%
87 Physicians and surgeons, all other 340 $199,050 $136,740 - 0% 0%
88 Aircraft mechanics and service technicians 340 $47,580 $38,970 - 60,090 11% 11%
89 Medical records and health information technicians 340 $22,940 $13,610 - 39,100 18% 12%
90 First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 330 $55,700 $44,200 - 69,030 9% 33%
91 Sales representatives, services, all other 330 $41,480 $22,390 - 61,830 28% 48%
92 Dental assistants 330 $28,130 $21,870 - 33,990 29% 9%
93 Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 330 $22,610 $14,960 - 32,420 12% 0%
94 Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 320 $40,720 $31,130 - 50,480 12% 3%
95 Tire repairers and changers 320 $19,080 $14,210 - 24,700 20% 6%
96 Parts salespersons 310 $27,370 $15,130 - 41,480 -2% 6%
97 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 310 $25,200 $19,240 - 32,130 10% 24%
98 Recreation workers 310 $22,250 $14,350 - 31,740 13% 47%
99 Chefs and head cooks 300 $40,100 $25,640 - 59,760 8% 14%
100 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 300 $19,340 $15,050 - 25,600 17% 14%
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Jobs More Common Near Shreveport Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Gaming surveillance officers and gaming investigators 25,510 150 25.2
Service unit operators, oil, gas, and mining 41,550 520 20.1
Gaming cage workers 22,360 220 18
Roustabouts, oil and gas 31,580 480 17.7
Rotary drill operators, oil and gas 62,030 280 16.5
Gaming supervisors 46,570 390 14.1
Gaming change persons and booth cashiers 21,930 200 13.7
Gaming dealers 14,710 1,100 12.8
Riggers 35,050 110 12.3
Derrick operators, oil and gas 41,470 140 11.2
Petroleum pump system operators, refinery operators, and gaugers 50,130 280 7.5
Drafters, all other 33,710 110 6
Psychiatric aides 20,170 260 5.8
Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary 55,530 230 5.7
Special education teachers, secondary school 46,540 780 4.7
Tailors, dressmakers, and custom sewers 19,800 120 4.6
Entertainment attendants and related workers, all other 20,540 120 4.2
Dietitians and nutritionists 32,290 230 3.7
Dental laboratory technicians 31,860 160 3.6
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 55,700 330 3.5
Production workers, all other 37,350 970 3.5
Maintenance workers, machinery 34,010 260 3.3
Tire repairers and changers 19,080 320 3
Pharmacy aides 23,930 150 3
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 17,010 1,200 2.9
Meter readers, utilities 28,700 120 2.9
Cardiovascular technologists and technicians 37,890 150 2.7
Aircraft mechanics and service technicians 47,580 340 2.6
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 44,790 540 2.6
Chefs and head cooks 40,100 300 2.5
Baggage porters and bellhops 0 130 2.5
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers 18,040 200 2.5
Medical and health services managers 62,450 810 2.4
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 27,060 270 2.4
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 28,880 440 2.4
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 36,860 1,900 2.2
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 40,720 320 2.2
Fire fighters 38,250 690 2.2
Switchboard operators, including answering service 20,120 430 2.2
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 16,220 580 2.1
Helpers--carpenters 22,160 180 2.1
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 51,830 200 2
Respiratory therapists 47,180 250 2
Correctional officers and jailers 36,000 500 2
Crossing guards 0 150 2
Tax preparers 29,200 120 1.9
Cooks, short order 16,850 360 1.9
Medical transcriptionists 30,720 190 1.9
Food preparation workers 15,600 2,050 1.9
Community and social service specialists, all other 42,280 230 1.8

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Shreveport, Louisiana 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 56,200 1.48 630
Production workers, all other 37,350 1.29 970
Rotary drill operators, oil and gas 62,030 1.2 280
Family and general practitioners 189,030 1.15 150
Driver/sales workers 29,630 1.13 680
Team assemblers 30,600 1.12 780
Pharmacy aides 23,930 1.12 150
Physicians and surgeons, all other 199,050 1.12 340
Community and social service specialists, all other 42,280 1.11 230
Order clerks 31,110 1.11 150
Physical therapists 80,740 1.1 280
Social and human service assistants 31,210 1.1 550
Occupational therapists 72,890 1.08 210
Child, family, and school social workers 43,960 1.08 190
Paralegals and legal assistants 46,350 1.08 350
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 37,820 1.07 720
Service unit operators, oil, gas, and mining 41,550 1.05 520
Rehabilitation counselors 37,540 1.04 170
Truck drivers, light or delivery services 30,040 1.04 1,490
Mental health and substance abuse social workers 41,280 1.04 170
Construction managers 86,590 1.03 130
Retail salespersons 25,070 1.03 6,040
Gaming supervisors 46,570 1.02 390
Computer support specialists 42,970 1.02 390
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 34,270 1.02 530
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 52,040 1.02 180
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 58,850 1.01 730
Industrial machinery mechanics 44,910 1.01 440
Industrial engineers 73,370 1.01 130
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 37,790 1.01 2,530
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 33,940 1.01 140
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 51,900 1.01 450
Eligibility interviewers, government programs 37,840 1.01 120
Telecommunications line installers and repairers 45,820 1 150
Cooks, restaurant 21,670 1 1,170
Roustabouts, oil and gas 31,580 1 480
Self-enrichment education teachers 38,160 1 230
Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 34,580 1 350
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 19,340 0.99 300
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 36,040 0.99 590
Chefs and head cooks 40,100 0.99 300
Court, municipal, and license clerks 32,720 0.99 120
Derrick operators, oil and gas 41,470 0.99 140
Civil engineers 71,990 0.98 120
Nonfarm animal caretakers 20,300 0.98 140
Telemarketers 24,310 0.98 290
Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 29,530 0.97 660
Entertainment attendants and related workers, all other 20,540 0.97 120
Petroleum pump system operators, refinery operators, and gaugers 50,130 0.97 280
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 44,760 0.97 530

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