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Framingham Employment

Employment and Industries in the Framingham, Massachusetts Area

Retail and office complexes have a major presence in Framingham's economy. Manufacturing companies also provide local jobs. The city includes three major business districts, the Downtown/South Framingham, the Golden Triangle and West Framingham. The Golden Triangle is one of the largest shopping areas in New England and thus, includes a large number of retail jobs.

The city is home to the world headquarters of TJX and includes facilities for companies and organizations such as IDC, IDG, Breyers, American Cancer Society, American Heart Association and Leggat McCall. Staples and Bose have their world headquarters situated in West Framingham. Notable companies with facilities in West Framingham include Capital One, Genzyme, ITT Tech, Computer Associates and the MetroWest Daily News.

The top employment segments in Framingham Massachusetts include healthcare; professional, scientific and technical services; educational services, accommodation and food services; and finance and insurance. The city also includes numerous computer specialists. Approximately 44% of the workforce is comprised of management, professional and related jobs. Sales and office occupations provide about 24% of the jobs in Framingham, Massachusetts.

Occupations more common in Framingham than most other cities include biochemists and biophysicists, computer hardware engineers, electro-mechanical technicians, computer software systems engineers, natural science managers, physical scientists; and electrical and electronic engineering technicians.

The following is a list of Framingham's largest employers:

  • The TJX Companies Inc
  • Staples, Inc
  • Staples International Inc
  • Marshalls of MA, Inc
  • Bose Corporation
  • Perini Corporation
  • Town of Framingham
  • Massachusetts Department of State Police
  • NBC Fifth Realty Corp
  • Concord Buying Group, Inc
  • Homegoods, Inc
  • International Data Corporation
  • IDG Communications, Inc
  • NBC Fourth Realty Group
  • Lifeline Systems, Inc
  • Staples Contract & Commercial, Inc
  • ASA International Ltd
  • GTC Biotherapeutics

Notable information about Framingham, Massachusetts: The cost of living index for the city in 2008 was at 128.5 which is high when compared to the national average of 100. In 2009, the average salary in Framingham was $41,000. About 42% of the residents over the age of 25 have earned a bachelor's degree or higher.

Local businesses are invited to work in partnership with helpful organizations such as:

People interested in learning about the activities of local businesses and industries can read the MetroWest Daily News.

Most Popular Jobs in Framingham, Massachusetts 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 Computer software engineers, systems software 3,960 $114,200 $68,640 - 28% 85%
2 Registered nurses 2,660 $76,360 $51,410 - 105,890 24% 56%
3 Computer software engineers, applications 2,290 $103,470 $72,600 - 136,290 45% 85%
4 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,780 $74,860 $42,570 - 118,920 8% 51%
5 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 1,760 $86,000 $41,950 - 133,690 12% 51%
6 Accountants and auditors 1,750 $63,860 $38,930 - 98,090 18% 79%
7 Management analysts 1,600 $98,450 $52,410 - 162,090 22% 78%
8 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,600 $68,610 $39,240 - 118,330 14% 95%
9 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,330 $64,070 $35,850 - 101,550 6% 96%
10 Computer hardware engineers 1,220 $103,820 $71,830 - 140,720 5% 70%
11 Chief executives 1,160 $157,830 $53,610 - 2% 65%
12 Electrical engineers 1,070 $99,930 $68,950 - 143,900 6% 81%
13 Market research analysts 1,050 $81,910 $37,810 - 132,640 20% 82%
14 Financial managers 1,030 $107,540 $51,320 - 13% 60%
15 Computer systems analysts 990 $84,880 $48,060 - 125,090 29% 68%
16 Engineering managers 920 $133,400 $89,220 - 7% 84%
17 Mechanical engineers 920 $89,830 $62,320 - 126,770 4% 78%
18 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 910 $68,130 $40,190 - 116,750 11% 95%
19 Computer and information systems managers 890 $134,130 $82,940 - 16% 73%
20 Marketing managers 810 $129,420 $80,280 - 14% 69%
21 Sales managers 780 $122,620 $52,610 - 10% 69%
22 Network and computer systems administrators 760 $80,120 $54,990 - 110,190 27% 50%
23 Network systems and data communications analysts 710 $80,940 $58,360 - 107,080 53% 57%
24 Biochemists and biophysicists 680 $86,630 $57,810 - 121,370 16% 95%
25 Industrial engineers 600 $83,810 $56,340 - 114,650 20% 74%
26 Financial analysts 540 $72,830 $49,360 - 104,190 34% 87%
27 Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 510 $100,300 $58,050 - 155,170 20% 99%
28 Managers, all other 480 $100,310 $52,510 - 152,610 7% 55%
29 Electronics engineers, except computer 470 $112,630 $62,740 - 163,300 4% 81%
30 Computer programmers 460 $75,490 $47,140 - 116,620 -4% 73%
31 Lawyers 440 $145,070 $43,840 - 11% 99%
32 Chemists 440 $85,720 $51,360 - 126,680 9% 93%
33 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 440 $52,210 $28,800 - 74,860 20% 87%
34 Technical writers 420 $86,280 $54,390 - 117,940 20% 74%
35 Public relations specialists 390 $69,100 $40,120 - 106,170 18% 81%
36 Natural sciences managers 380 $155,320 $110,390 - 11% 93%
37 Graphic designers 380 $58,210 $38,490 - 80,400 10% 55%
38 Biological technicians 380 $51,260 $33,030 - 74,200 16% 60%
39 Engineers, all other 360 $101,870 $62,700 - 141,530 6% 82%
40 Child, family, and school social workers 360 $42,130 $23,520 - 65,050 19% 77%
41 Civil engineers 350 $76,610 $53,160 - 102,410 18% 87%
42 Training and development specialists 340 $66,150 $36,700 - 99,810 18% 56%
43 Sales engineers 330 $96,310 $59,140 - 147,370 9% 79%
44 Computer specialists, all other 320 $85,180 $56,250 - 120,860 15% 68%
45 Physical therapists 300 $72,910 $53,940 - 94,710 27% 89%
46 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 290 $67,940 $38,790 - 112,890 17% 56%
47 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 290 $55,220 $30,020 - 98,760 18% 56%
48 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 280 $65,180 $31,480 - 118,410 13% 73%
49 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 270 $65,780 $42,900 - 95,130 18% 56%
50 Coaches and scouts 270 $35,360 $17,840 - 65,180 15% 60%
51 Medical and health services managers 250 $98,280 $56,110 - 140,560 16% 57%
52 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 240 $96,760 $66,880 - 140,390 8% 78%
53 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 240 $64,580 $52,410 - 81,210 -5% 96%
54 Editors 240 $58,880 $30,150 - 98,640 2% 81%
55 Occupational therapists 240 $56,490 $36,890 - 83,180 23% 90%
56 Sales and related workers, all other 230 $61,870 $18,880 - 147,990 14% 62%
57 Database administrators 220 $81,590 $43,660 - 126,440 29% 72%
58 Purchasing managers 210 $112,290 $70,040 - 160,610 3% 57%
59 Teachers and instructors, all other 210 $36,180 $27,530 - 46,460 9% 54%
60 Chemical engineers 200 $93,190 $65,370 - 128,820 8% 91%
61 Pharmacists 190 $91,350 $72,560 - 112,180 22% 97%
62 Advertising sales agents 190 $74,240 $32,920 - 150,300 20% 56%
63 Social and community service managers 180 $61,640 $36,050 - 93,510 25% 72%
64 Special education teachers, middle school 180 $57,070 $35,520 - 80,030 16% 87%
65 Instructional coordinators 170 $57,600 $23,830 - 102,850 23% 79%
66 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 170 $53,600 $30,460 - 75,190 12% 51%
67 Tax preparers 160 $38,880 $28,100 - 59,300 -8% 54%
68 Special education teachers, secondary school 150 $60,420 $37,400 - 81,460 9% 87%
69 Credit analysts 150 $56,610 $36,820 - 81,890 2% 60%
70 Self-enrichment education teachers 150 $46,610 $19,200 - 79,500 23% 54%
71 Compensation and benefits managers 140 $102,870 $45,970 - 162,960 12% 58%
72 Librarians 140 $58,700 $40,850 - 80,260 4% 85%
73 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 140 $52,120 $33,450 - 75,000 24% 78%
74 Community and social service specialists, all other 140 $35,290 $22,440 - 56,180 25% 58%
75 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 140 $33,890 $22,390 - 46,010 11% 55%
76 Human resources managers, all other 130 $112,270 $52,680 - 11% 58%
77 Physical scientists, all other 130 $101,270 $64,230 - 133,960 6% 98%
78 Commercial and industrial designers 130 $72,740 $39,620 - 105,440 7% 55%
79 Meeting and convention planners 130 $57,090 $36,320 - 85,950 20% 67%
80 Dentists, general 110 $180,300 $134,110 - 9% 100%
81 Medical and public health social workers 110 $51,430 $29,950 - 75,060 24% 77%
82 Public relations managers 100 $108,250 $52,990 - 164,420 17% 75%
83 Architects, except landscape and naval 100 $80,800 $57,510 - 112,770 18% 88%
84 Education administrators, all other 100 $73,480 $36,180 - 121,800 13% 78%
85 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 100 $0 $ - 25% 67%
86 Physician assistants 90 $97,420 $71,250 - 151,650 27% 67%
87 Training and development managers 90 $95,760 $56,400 - 136,960 16% 58%
88 Materials engineers 90 $86,740 $57,460 - 122,140 4% 77%
89 Budget analysts 90 $74,320 $44,520 - 107,220 7% 78%
90 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 90 $35,300 $26,600 - 48,240 15% 51%
91 Aerospace engineers 80 $100,860 $58,290 - 136,640 10% 87%
92 Statisticians 80 $96,210 $74,450 - 124,730 9% 93%
93 Art directors 80 $94,830 $63,020 - 132,460 9% 58%
94 Speech-language pathologists 80 $67,190 $42,010 - 109,610 11% 98%
95 Survey researchers 80 $32,220 $21,530 - 42,790 16% 82%
96 Biomedical engineers 70 $103,380 $55,700 - 21% 76%
97 Personal financial advisors 70 $90,740 $51,890 - 143,840 41% 81%
98 Veterinarians 60 $64,490 $16,690 - 120,170 35% 100%
99 Surveyors 60 $61,030 $40,470 - 82,330 24% 82%
100 Financial specialists, all other 60 $54,480 $35,310 - 79,830 12% 50%

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 7,060 $25,690 $17,110 - 40,860 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 3,500 $20,970 $17,100 - 25,170 -3% 10%
3 General and operations managers 2,660 $120,230 $54,450 - 2% 48%
4 Customer service representatives 2,570 $35,910 $21,530 - 52,340 25% 22%
5 Office clerks, general 2,570 $33,050 $19,460 - 48,510 13% 19%
6 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 2,550 $19,720 $16,860 - 24,030 18% 5%
7 Waiters and waitresses 2,490 $25,410 $16,640 - 36,410 11% 14%
8 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 2,430 $48,550 $34,230 - 64,180 15% 18%
9 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,070 $29,020 $21,220 - 41,940 15% 4%
10 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,820 $38,210 $27,010 - 50,550 1% 18%
11 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,760 $37,610 $24,320 - 51,700 13% 16%
12 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,750 $24,730 $17,370 - 39,210 -8% 8%
13 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,720 $30,120 $22,480 - 39,320 18% 7%
14 Business operations specialists, all other 1,680 $67,090 $39,610 - 106,110 21% 49%
15 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,590 $42,760 $26,010 - 71,950 4% 25%
16 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,530 $53,960 $31,830 - 81,280 6% 29%
17 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,510 $27,220 $18,020 - 40,610 2% 5%
18 Teacher assistants 1,480 $29,460 $17,310 - 46,120 10% 18%
19 Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 1,450 $52,830 $37,740 - 68,690 4% 18%
20 Team assemblers 1,430 $30,870 $20,130 - 44,530 0% 5%
21 Computer support specialists 1,260 $59,270 $36,410 - 90,250 13% 43%
22 Home health aides 1,220 $26,420 $21,320 - 33,600 49% 7%
23 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,190 $32,920 $21,710 - 49,530 18% 6%
24 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,050 $42,390 $24,110 - 63,840 10% 6%
25 Sales representatives, services, all other 1,040 $79,160 $34,360 - 134,980 28% 48%
26 Construction laborers 1,040 $45,300 $24,460 - 63,740 11% 5%
27 Receptionists and information clerks 1,010 $29,950 $19,530 - 40,590 17% 13%
28 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 920 $41,960 $23,280 - 59,710 10% 4%
29 Cooks, restaurant 920 $25,540 $19,060 - 32,880 12% 5%
30 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 880 $23,120 $17,690 - 31,650 13% 5%
31 Electricians 860 $61,080 $32,270 - 93,980 7% 7%
32 Medical secretaries 850 $33,370 $22,950 - 43,810 17% 18%
33 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 830 $31,020 $19,580 - 41,990 4% 6%
34 Food preparation workers 810 $20,650 $16,690 - 27,320 15% 7%
35 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 760 $20,620 $16,960 - 25,820 10% 8%
36 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 750 $31,890 $19,090 - 44,860 4% 15%
37 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 740 $36,880 $19,100 - 57,850 8% 4%
38 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 730 $35,030 $23,860 - 50,530 11% 14%
39 Carpenters 700 $52,180 $28,580 - 90,240 10% 6%
40 Preschool teachers, except special education 680 $35,190 $24,760 - 46,820 26% 43%
41 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 660 $77,720 $51,970 - 109,680 9% 10%
42 Security guards 660 $30,460 $21,490 - 40,900 17% 13%
43 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 650 $44,700 $26,760 - 64,270 14% 4%
44 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 640 $54,440 $36,760 - 73,370 4% 30%
45 Dishwashers 620 $19,600 $16,640 - 24,560 10% 3%
46 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 610 $61,790 $41,010 - 84,990 -5% 15%
47 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 610 $35,320 $22,560 - 51,540 12% 6%
48 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 580 $90,050 $50,500 - 148,490 4% 38%
49 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 550 $54,460 $41,500 - 71,850 14% 7%
50 Tellers 550 $27,910 $21,810 - 34,410 14% 16%
51 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 530 $57,680 $43,650 - 79,380 11% 33%
52 Automotive body and related repairers 520 $45,210 $20,620 - 78,870 12% 3%
53 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 510 $69,280 $43,770 - 100,160 0% 42%
54 Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 490 $63,070 $25,790 - 113,210 -0% 36%
55 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 480 $44,770 $33,530 - 62,680 9% 3%
56 Machinists 480 $39,850 $22,520 - 56,990 -3% 3%
57 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 480 $21,530 $16,860 - 27,800 10% 17%
58 Personal and home care aides 470 $25,240 $21,430 - 31,590 51% 10%
59 Physicians and surgeons, all other 450 $128,080 $51,840 - 0% 0%
60 Fire fighters 450 $46,440 $34,270 - 60,800 12% 18%
61 Child care workers 430 $21,890 $17,280 - 29,630 18% 15%
62 Bill and account collectors 410 $34,870 $16,640 - 50,800 23% 13%
63 Counter and rental clerks 410 $26,350 $16,640 - 38,210 23% 16%
64 Postal service mail carriers 400 $0 $ - 1% 11%
65 Administrative services managers 390 $91,210 $44,800 - 160,540 12% 40%
66 Telemarketers 390 $37,780 $22,080 - 54,430 -10% 14%
67 Bartenders 390 $25,820 $16,730 - 36,470 11% 17%
68 Loan officers 380 $65,890 $24,240 - 124,190 12% 49%
69 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 370 $71,490 $46,180 - 100,560 7% 13%
70 Data entry keyers 370 $32,140 $22,370 - 42,890 -5% 18%
71 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 360 $38,350 $23,970 - 51,230 -7% 14%
72 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 350 $57,230 $35,130 - 69,690 11% 4%
73 Cost estimators 340 $77,220 $43,560 - 121,540 19% 32%
74 Recreation workers 340 $25,950 $17,670 - 38,810 13% 47%
75 Packers and packagers, hand 340 $20,620 $16,640 - 26,960 -12% 3%
76 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 330 $48,220 $18,580 - 80,920 27% 47%
77 Helpers--production workers 330 $31,170 $18,410 - 54,600 -1% 4%
78 Motor vehicle operators, all other 330 $23,790 $21,240 - 26,410 11% 0%
79 Cooks, fast food 320 $22,290 $17,590 - 29,260 8% 5%
80 Dental hygienists 300 $77,300 $57,240 - 100,540 30% 33%
81 Chemical technicians 300 $48,740 $33,230 - 73,210 6% 37%
82 Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers 300 $39,010 $22,660 - 62,710 3% 25%
83 Parts salespersons 290 $37,130 $19,650 - 56,140 -2% 6%
84 Medical assistants 290 $36,660 $27,370 - 49,970 35% 10%
85 Dental assistants 280 $47,780 $34,660 - 64,440 29% 9%
86 Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 270 $52,350 $36,330 - 69,430 3% 13%
87 Bus drivers, school 270 $29,850 $18,440 - 40,730 9% 4%
88 Industrial production managers 260 $104,560 $61,630 - 143,940 -6% 43%
89 Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 260 $45,170 $30,080 - 61,630 -3% 6%
90 Nonfarm animal caretakers 260 $22,800 $17,690 - 30,990 18% 16%
91 Telecommunications line installers and repairers 250 $60,230 $32,870 - 79,920 5% 8%
92 Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 250 $23,170 $16,780 - 37,300 13% 15%
93 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 250 $20,380 $16,660 - 27,480 12% 6%
94 First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 240 $85,320 $65,580 - 116,090 9% 33%
95 Food service managers 240 $54,200 $36,470 - 67,890 5% 24%
96 Printing machine operators 240 $35,890 $22,930 - 50,180 -6% 6%
97 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 240 $27,060 $17,620 - 42,470 10% 5%
98 Radiologic technologists and technicians 230 $67,750 $50,160 - 84,880 15% 25%
99 Paralegals and legal assistants 230 $45,210 $25,270 - 71,630 22% 45%
100 Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 230 $35,710 $27,620 - 43,300 2% 11%
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Jobs More Common Near Framingham Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Pile-driver operators 0 110 34.6
Biochemists and biophysicists 86,630 680 28.5
Computer hardware engineers 103,820 1,220 17.1
Electro-mechanical technicians 37,790 170 11.4
Computer software engineers, systems software 114,200 3,960 8.1
Natural sciences managers 155,320 380 7.8
Physical scientists, all other 101,270 130 7.8
Technical writers 86,280 420 7.6
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 52,830 1,450 7.3
Chemical engineers 93,190 200 6.3
Carpet installers 67,480 180 6.3
Biological technicians 51,260 380 5.8
Electrical engineers 99,930 1,070 5.8
Dietetic technicians 25,250 110 5.3
Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 100,300 510 5.1
Mechanical engineering technicians 55,200 210 4.6
Chemists 85,720 440 4.5
Chemical technicians 48,740 300 4.2
Engineering managers 133,400 920 4.2
Motor vehicle operators, all other 23,790 330 4
Marketing managers 129,420 810 3.9
Commercial and industrial designers 72,740 130 3.7
Sales engineers 96,310 330 3.7
Education administrators, all other 73,480 100 3.7
Market research analysts 81,910 1,050 3.6
Computer software engineers, applications 103,470 2,290 3.5
Mechanical engineers 89,830 920 3.5
Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic 39,560 110 3.5
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 86,000 1,760 3.4
Chief executives 157,830 1,160 3.4
Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 35,760 130 3.3
Compensation and benefits managers 102,870 140 3.2
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 63,070 490 3.1
Automotive body and related repairers 45,210 520 3.1
Photographers 27,300 210 3.1
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 64,580 240 3
Chemical equipment operators and tenders 49,020 120 2.9
Electronics engineers, except computer 112,630 470 2.8
Tax preparers 38,880 160 2.8
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 85,320 240 2.7
Purchasing managers 112,290 210 2.7
Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 52,120 140 2.6
Industrial engineers 83,810 600 2.5
Computer and information systems managers 134,130 890 2.5
Dental laboratory technicians 39,030 100 2.4
First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers 69,400 120 2.4
Network systems and data communications analysts 80,940 710 2.4
Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 33,890 140 2.4
Management analysts 98,450 1,600 2.3
Meeting and convention planners 57,090 130 2.2

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Framingham, Massachusetts Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Helpers--carpenters 51,380 1.98 140
Insurance sales agents 96,130 1.71 200
Carpet installers 67,480 1.6 180
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 48,220 1.6 330
Advertising sales agents 74,240 1.59 190
Sales and related workers, all other 61,870 1.57 230
Cement masons and concrete finishers 57,010 1.54 150
Sheet metal workers 64,010 1.53 120
Sales representatives, services, all other 79,160 1.53 1,040
Telemarketers 37,780 1.53 390
Dental assistants 47,780 1.48 280
Technical writers 86,280 1.46 420
Construction laborers 45,300 1.46 1,040
Graphic designers 58,210 1.44 380
Lawyers 145,070 1.42 440
Computer support specialists 59,270 1.41 1,260
Natural sciences managers 155,320 1.41 380
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 35,320 1.41 610
Market research analysts 81,910 1.39 1,050
Preschool teachers, except special education 35,190 1.38 680
Cost estimators 77,220 1.38 340
Elementary school teachers, except special education 68,610 1.38 1,600
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 54,460 1.38 550
Computer software engineers, systems software 114,200 1.37 3,960
Public relations specialists 69,100 1.37 390
Medical records and health information technicians 43,210 1.37 150
Electronics engineers, except computer 112,630 1.36 470
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 27,060 1.36 240
Lifeguards, ski patrol, and other recreational protective service workers 26,300 1.36 170
Waiters and waitresses 25,410 1.36 2,490
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 32,920 1.36 1,190
Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic 39,560 1.35 110
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 68,130 1.35 910
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 26,070 1.34 170
Computer software engineers, applications 103,470 1.34 2,290
Management analysts 98,450 1.34 1,600
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 77,720 1.34 660
Biological technicians 51,260 1.34 380
Carpenters 52,180 1.33 700
Bartenders 25,820 1.33 390
Production, planning, and expediting clerks 54,440 1.33 640
Computer and information systems managers 134,130 1.33 890
Radiologic technologists and technicians 67,750 1.33 230
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 74,860 1.33 1,780
Teacher assistants 29,460 1.32 1,480
Helpers--production workers 31,170 1.32 330
Telecommunications line installers and repairers 60,230 1.32 250
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 31,050 1.31 230
Training and development specialists 66,150 1.31 340
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 38,210 1.31 1,820

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