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Flint Employment

Employment and Industries in the Flint, Michigan Area

The major industries in Flint, Michigan are educational services, healthcare, social assistance and manufacturing. The auto industry has experienced a major decline, however it still contributes to the local economy. The leading employment sectors in Flint include healthcare, educational services, manufacturing, construction, transportation equipment, accommodation and food services, and social assistance. Production, transportation and material moving workers comprise 21% of the labor force.

Some of the most popular occupations in Flint where the majority of the workers are college graduates include registered nurses, teachers, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives; child, family and school social workers; education, training and library workers; social and human service assistants; industrial engineers, pharmacists, physical therapists; and medical and health services managers.

The following is a list of Flint's leading employers:

  • General Motors
  • Genesys Health System
  • McLaren Medical Center
  • Hurley Medical Center
  • Genesee County
  • City of Flint
  • Meijers
  • Citizens Bank
  • Flint Community Schools
  • Delphi
  • Baker College
  • A I Flint, LLC
  • Genesee Intermediate School District
  • Charles Stewart Mott Community College
  • Miller Apple LTD Partnership
  • Carman Ainsworth Community Schools
  • Beecher Community Schools

Noteworthy data about Flint Michigan: In 2009 the average salary in Flint was $30,000. In 2008 the cost of living index in the city was 77.7 which is lower than the national average of 100. Regarding the adult population, about 11% have earned a bachelor's degree or better.

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The Flint Journal provides current information on the local economy and the business community.

Most Popular Jobs in Flint, Michigan 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 3,930 $62,070 $48,840 - 79,360 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 2,020 $58,620 $35,650 - 83,110 14% 95%
3 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,250 $58,140 $37,190 - 80,460 6% 96%
4 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,030 $54,900 $23,650 - 103,320 8% 51%
5 Teachers and instructors, all other 1,000 $39,130 $18,660 - 93,220 9% 54%
6 Accountants and auditors 830 $67,030 $36,710 - 103,830 18% 79%
7 Child, family, and school social workers 660 $51,370 $30,310 - 79,470 19% 77%
8 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 580 $56,290 $33,750 - 82,320 11% 95%
9 Education, training, and library workers, all other 540 $29,520 $15,770 - 55,510 11% 79%
10 Social and human service assistants 510 $30,270 $18,940 - 46,630 34% 58%
11 Industrial engineers 420 $83,060 $63,830 - 105,020 20% 74%
12 Engineers, all other 410 $81,560 $30,920 - 117,160 6% 82%
13 Pharmacists 380 $102,480 $77,600 - 128,670 22% 97%
14 Coaches and scouts 380 $25,560 $15,310 - 44,860 15% 60%
15 Physical therapists 340 $71,040 $53,410 - 94,690 27% 89%
16 Medical and health services managers 330 $83,310 $45,080 - 123,730 16% 57%
17 Sales managers 290 $89,370 $45,150 - 10% 69%
18 Special education teachers, secondary school 280 $66,470 $37,940 - 93,970 9% 87%
19 Management analysts 270 $71,240 $38,890 - 117,510 22% 78%
20 Chief executives 260 $150,360 $76,720 - 2% 65%
21 Mechanical engineers 260 $60,950 $38,130 - 95,710 4% 78%
22 Dentists, general 250 $199,110 $108,920 - 9% 100%
23 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 250 $90,200 $67,000 - 113,180 8% 78%
24 Financial specialists, all other 250 $71,250 $43,530 - 123,330 12% 50%
25 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 240 $60,970 $38,060 - 83,070 20% 87%
26 Lawyers 230 $121,570 $47,710 - 11% 99%
27 Managers, all other 230 $71,860 $37,560 - 110,840 7% 55%
28 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 220 $38,640 $15,110 - 72,110 17% 56%
29 Financial managers 210 $92,070 $48,030 - 150,460 13% 60%
30 Network and computer systems administrators 210 $57,060 $37,690 - 78,060 27% 50%
31 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 200 $88,350 $24,960 - 12% 51%
32 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 200 $60,990 $44,680 - 79,520 12% 51%
33 Network systems and data communications analysts 190 $66,100 $53,360 - 80,360 53% 57%
34 Computer programmers 190 $63,990 $41,580 - 86,850 -4% 73%
35 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 190 $57,560 $33,010 - 84,110 13% 73%
36 Sales and related workers, all other 190 $39,630 $20,490 - 62,000 14% 62%
37 Self-enrichment education teachers 190 $30,560 $16,910 - 45,660 23% 54%
38 Education administrators, postsecondary 180 $85,780 $36,450 - 141,840 14% 78%
39 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 180 $32,660 $23,810 - 41,300 15% 51%
40 Occupational therapists 170 $54,910 $27,520 - 87,520 23% 90%
41 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 170 $51,380 $22,220 - 79,280 -5% 96%
42 Public relations specialists 170 $50,670 $27,620 - 86,680 18% 81%
43 Medical and public health social workers 160 $50,710 $34,870 - 64,400 24% 77%
44 Training and development specialists 150 $54,290 $32,950 - 80,930 18% 56%
45 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 140 $68,200 $32,690 - 122,280 25% 67%
46 Social and community service managers 140 $60,200 $34,700 - 86,970 25% 72%
47 Computer specialists, all other 140 $43,680 $15,320 - 88,110 15% 68%
48 Floral designers 140 $20,160 $17,200 - 26,230 -9% 55%
49 Physician assistants 130 $76,000 $44,330 - 127,930 27% 67%
50 Librarians 130 $56,920 $39,340 - 81,040 4% 85%
51 Graphic designers 130 $40,940 $27,340 - 62,650 10% 55%
52 Computer and information systems managers 120 $102,220 $64,130 - 151,980 16% 73%
53 Market research analysts 120 $67,540 $31,420 - 114,540 20% 82%
54 Civil engineers 120 $62,250 $43,780 - 84,250 18% 87%
55 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 120 $40,410 $27,000 - 61,360 5% 58%
56 Instructional coordinators 110 $65,480 $43,320 - 93,050 23% 79%
57 Special education teachers, middle school 110 $55,750 $37,690 - 77,760 16% 87%
58 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 110 $47,410 $36,110 - 62,810 30% 77%
59 Engineering managers 100 $114,870 $84,100 - 142,510 7% 84%
60 Speech-language pathologists 100 $78,510 $52,330 - 123,340 11% 98%
61 Electrical engineers 100 $57,540 $28,190 - 96,820 6% 81%
62 Architects, except landscape and naval 100 $0 $ - 18% 88%
63 Personal financial advisors 90 $102,720 $24,880 - 41% 81%
64 Computer software engineers, systems software 90 $82,470 $58,190 - 107,810 28% 85%
65 Technical writers 90 $72,750 $56,390 - 97,710 20% 74%
66 Community and social service specialists, all other 90 $42,100 $22,200 - 66,300 25% 58%
67 Veterinarians 80 $76,820 $57,070 - 102,230 35% 100%
68 Mental health counselors 80 $54,200 $35,500 - 78,770 30% 73%
69 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 80 $47,570 $29,240 - 68,370 18% 56%
70 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 80 $0 $ - 16% 99%
71 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 70 $81,440 $25,150 - 129,110 24% 78%
72 Advertising sales agents 70 $0 $ - 20% 56%
73 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 70 $0 $ - 12% 94%
74 Marketing managers 60 $79,790 $48,890 - 105,350 14% 69%
75 Detectives and criminal investigators 60 $65,430 $45,920 - 95,510 17% 54%
76 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 60 $52,320 $31,470 - 79,440 18% 56%
77 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 60 $51,780 $25,190 - 82,200 15% 72%
78 Credit analysts 50 $47,690 $34,770 - 72,020 2% 60%
79 Directors, religious activities and education 50 $46,970 $15,590 - 82,220 20% 64%
80 Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates 50 $0 $ - 5% 99%
81 Optometrists 40 $118,170 $67,470 - 11% 100%
82 Human resources managers, all other 40 $104,360 $66,680 - 157,130 11% 58%
83 Financial analysts 40 $69,640 $48,060 - 92,570 34% 87%
84 Computer software engineers, applications 40 $69,590 $48,430 - 97,340 45% 85%
85 Database administrators 40 $62,260 $41,480 - 97,350 29% 72%
86 Training and development managers 40 $56,170 $42,170 - 80,280 16% 58%
87 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 40 $54,200 $29,290 - 67,130 14% 54%
88 Health educators 40 $53,050 $21,280 - 78,080 26% 58%
89 Education administrators, all other 30 $101,850 $40,120 - 13% 78%
90 Dietitians and nutritionists 30 $55,620 $42,180 - 65,140 9% 72%
91 Clergy 30 $41,250 $30,310 - 52,640 19% 75%

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 7,090 $28,170 $15,660 - 43,720 12% 25%
2 Office clerks, general 4,310 $24,030 $15,790 - 35,180 13% 19%
3 Cashiers 4,190 $18,650 $15,230 - 24,730 -3% 10%
4 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,690 $17,490 $15,330 - 20,370 18% 5%
5 Waiters and waitresses 3,380 $17,610 $15,240 - 23,370 11% 14%
6 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,650 $24,610 $15,930 - 37,910 -8% 8%
7 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,320 $28,760 $16,440 - 45,230 15% 4%
8 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 2,100 $31,130 $21,400 - 42,030 1% 18%
9 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,850 $24,240 $19,150 - 30,520 18% 7%
10 Teacher assistants 1,660 $26,300 $17,480 - 38,340 10% 18%
11 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,630 $33,570 $22,280 - 47,440 13% 16%
12 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,550 $30,040 $15,600 - 61,140 2% 5%
13 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,540 $42,300 $21,730 - 63,430 4% 25%
14 Customer service representatives 1,490 $29,310 $19,270 - 41,130 25% 22%
15 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,420 $27,780 $16,050 - 51,970 8% 4%
16 Security guards 1,380 $22,670 $15,440 - 31,950 17% 13%
17 Home health aides 1,380 $18,900 $15,640 - 23,960 49% 7%
18 Cooks, fast food 1,170 $18,260 $15,650 - 23,110 8% 5%
19 Receptionists and information clerks 1,160 $24,810 $17,580 - 33,720 17% 13%
20 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,130 $51,200 $24,080 - 66,130 -2% 2%
21 Tellers 1,120 $24,340 $18,350 - 32,230 14% 16%
22 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,100 $46,480 $26,750 - 75,460 6% 29%
23 Medical assistants 1,100 $26,990 $20,480 - 34,170 35% 10%
24 Child care workers 1,070 $19,750 $15,780 - 25,510 18% 15%
25 Food preparation workers 1,070 $19,720 $15,530 - 26,780 15% 7%
26 Production workers, all other 1,040 $55,060 $35,440 - 65,360 2% 5%
27 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,030 $40,170 $26,900 - 58,070 15% 18%
28 Cooks, restaurant 1,020 $24,050 $16,590 - 34,200 12% 5%
29 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 980 $31,980 $19,970 - 42,380 11% 14%
30 Business operations specialists, all other 950 $57,820 $28,840 - 91,780 21% 49%
31 General and operations managers 920 $101,930 $50,880 - 2% 48%
32 Maintenance and repair workers, general 900 $37,870 $20,930 - 54,930 10% 6%
33 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 890 $33,390 $20,880 - 50,200 4% 15%
34 Construction laborers 880 $36,770 $21,980 - 53,430 11% 5%
35 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 880 $35,240 $23,280 - 49,680 10% 4%
36 Bus drivers, school 860 $30,320 $22,590 - 38,710 9% 4%
37 Electricians 790 $70,100 $46,490 - 83,930 7% 7%
38 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 780 $21,670 $15,310 - 30,750 13% 5%
39 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 770 $43,140 $30,950 - 54,970 14% 7%
40 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 760 $24,750 $15,760 - 38,630 18% 6%
41 Dishwashers 700 $16,570 $15,370 - 18,940 10% 3%
42 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 680 $49,620 $33,240 - 64,300 11% 33%
43 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 670 $46,840 $23,930 - 83,320 14% 4%
44 Counter and rental clerks 670 $20,730 $15,490 - 29,570 23% 16%
45 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 650 $35,670 $18,420 - 63,230 4% 6%
46 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 630 $69,770 $32,520 - 101,110 -5% 15%
47 Driver/sales workers 630 $27,590 $15,580 - 56,320 -5% 4%
48 Medical secretaries 590 $30,770 $23,610 - 39,240 17% 18%
49 Pharmacy technicians 560 $26,310 $20,340 - 32,850 32% 16%
50 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 560 $17,030 $15,410 - 19,940 10% 17%
51 Postal service mail carriers 560 $0 $ - 1% 11%
52 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 540 $54,900 $29,270 - 79,260 11% 4%
53 Physicians and surgeons, all other 530 $139,980 $44,580 - 0% 0%
54 Team assemblers 530 $23,780 $16,930 - 32,050 0% 5%
55 Carpenters 510 $46,920 $28,050 - 72,240 10% 6%
56 Preschool teachers, except special education 510 $28,550 $15,440 - 70,580 26% 43%
57 Packers and packagers, hand 510 $20,030 $15,340 - 31,030 -12% 3%
58 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 470 $22,210 $15,390 - 32,070 14% 3%
59 Dental hygienists 430 $54,740 $43,670 - 66,570 30% 33%
60 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 420 $24,610 $18,450 - 31,440 11% 5%
61 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 410 $21,470 $15,460 - 30,370 12% 6%
62 Cooks, short order 400 $22,030 $15,830 - 34,080 5% 5%
63 Bartenders 400 $19,070 $15,450 - 28,160 11% 17%
64 Anesthesiologists 400 $0 $ - 0% 0%
65 Helpers--production workers 390 $21,950 $16,460 - 29,200 -1% 4%
66 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 390 $18,910 $15,370 - 26,480 12% 6%
67 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 380 $37,660 $17,510 - 63,010 -7% 14%
68 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 380 $16,380 $15,140 - 19,110 10% 8%
69 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 370 $64,950 $42,610 - 87,670 7% 13%
70 Automotive body and related repairers 360 $39,640 $24,050 - 68,890 12% 3%
71 Dental assistants 360 $32,700 $23,260 - 43,160 29% 9%
72 Personal and home care aides 360 $20,700 $15,980 - 25,980 51% 10%
73 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 350 $49,070 $34,380 - 73,220 9% 3%
74 Food service managers 350 $45,490 $25,400 - 63,880 5% 24%
75 Painters, construction and maintenance 340 $59,270 $38,310 - 82,700 12% 6%
76 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 340 $37,880 $21,550 - 109,250 -1% 22%
77 Recreation workers 340 $37,490 $15,140 - 120,600 13% 47%
78 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 320 $96,550 $35,760 - 9% 10%
79 Sales representatives, services, all other 320 $40,930 $20,970 - 65,750 28% 48%
80 Office and administrative support workers, all other 320 $38,370 $26,340 - 50,170 -9% 32%
81 Healthcare support workers, all other 320 $31,090 $23,320 - 39,480 16% 10%
82 Food servers, nonrestaurant 320 $21,270 $16,150 - 28,770 16% 9%
83 Radiologic technologists and technicians 300 $45,280 $34,440 - 59,740 15% 25%
84 Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 300 $27,860 $18,070 - 40,140 19% 14%
85 Real estate sales agents 300 $0 $ - 11% 45%
86 Sheet metal workers 290 $69,180 $55,060 - 82,990 7% 4%
87 First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 290 $59,550 $28,140 - 98,320 13% 17%
88 Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 290 $35,250 $19,460 - 57,200 8% 9%
89 Cost estimators 280 $70,880 $44,750 - 101,080 19% 32%
90 Industrial machinery mechanics 280 $0 $ - 9% 5%
91 Legal secretaries 270 $32,610 $27,650 - 39,500 12% 18%
92 Data entry keyers 270 $26,520 $16,750 - 34,950 -5% 18%
93 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 260 $60,510 $41,870 - 91,510 4% 38%
94 Medical records and health information technicians 260 $34,130 $16,310 - 54,490 18% 12%
95 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 260 $33,810 $21,560 - 58,100 5% 2%
96 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 240 $55,380 $43,740 - 67,930 8% 3%
97 Loan officers 240 $51,560 $25,620 - 82,100 12% 49%
98 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 240 $0 $ - -8% 12%
99 Respiratory therapists 230 $51,520 $40,990 - 63,740 23% 28%
100 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 230 $45,700 $28,850 - 78,010 12% 3%
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Jobs More Common Near Flint Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Anesthesiologists 0 400 22
Education, training, and library workers, all other 29,520 540 7.6
Production workers, all other 55,060 1,040 4.8
Cardiovascular technologists and technicians 46,680 200 4.7
Job printers 32,020 110 3.3
Dental laboratory technicians 31,510 110 3.2
Service station attendants 19,600 200 3.2
Internists, general 0 120 3.1
Dentists, general 199,110 250 3.1
Floral designers 20,160 140 2.8
Cooks, short order 22,030 400 2.8
Physical therapist assistants 42,430 150 2.7
Health technologists and technicians, all other 44,750 170 2.6
Child, family, and school social workers 51,370 660 2.6
Engineers, all other 81,560 410 2.6
Court, municipal, and license clerks 40,910 220 2.5
Automotive body and related repairers 39,640 360 2.5
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 51,380 170 2.5
Dental hygienists 54,740 430 2.5
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 64,270 180 2.5
Respiratory therapists 51,520 230 2.4
Coaches and scouts 25,560 380 2.4
Cooks, fast food 18,260 1,170 2.3
Medical assistants 26,990 1,100 2.3
Education administrators, postsecondary 85,780 180 2.3
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 35,250 290 2.2
Special education teachers, secondary school 66,470 280 2.2
Bus drivers, school 30,320 860 2.2
Industrial engineers 83,060 420 2.1
Teachers and instructors, all other 39,130 1,000 2.1
Physical therapists 71,040 340 2.1
Physicians and surgeons, all other 139,980 530 2
Tellers 24,340 1,120 2
Industrial truck and tractor operators 51,200 1,130 2
New accounts clerks 31,220 150 1.9
Physician assistants 76,000 130 1.9
Sheet metal workers 69,180 290 1.9
Child care workers 19,750 1,070 1.9
Occupational therapists 54,910 170 1.9
Real estate sales agents 0 300 1.9
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 27,860 300 1.8
Structural iron and steel workers 45,470 100 1.8
Food service managers 45,490 350 1.8
Healthcare support workers, all other 31,090 320 1.8
Financial specialists, all other 71,250 250 1.8
Pharmacy technicians 26,310 560 1.8
Driver/sales workers 27,590 630 1.8
Food servers, nonrestaurant 21,270 320 1.8
Motor vehicle operators, all other 18,670 120 1.8
Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 33,390 890 1.7

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Flint, Michigan Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Production workers, all other 55,060 1.9 1,040
Painters, construction and maintenance 59,270 1.73 340
Industrial truck and tractor operators 51,200 1.7 1,130
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 96,550 1.66 320
Sheet metal workers 69,180 1.66 290
Recreation workers 37,490 1.55 340
Electricians 70,100 1.5 790
Insurance sales agents 78,720 1.4 210
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 59,550 1.38 290
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 69,770 1.32 630
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 55,380 1.29 240
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 46,840 1.29 670
Special education teachers, secondary school 66,470 1.29 280
Cost estimators 70,880 1.27 280
Child, family, and school social workers 51,370 1.26 660
Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 28,760 1.26 2,320
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 35,670 1.25 650
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 30,040 1.24 1,550
Financial specialists, all other 71,250 1.24 250
Office and administrative support workers, all other 38,370 1.24 320
Roofers 43,540 1.23 180
Court, municipal, and license clerks 40,910 1.23 220
Dentists, general 199,110 1.23 250
Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 60,970 1.22 240
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 88,350 1.21 200
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 49,070 1.2 350
Carpenters 46,920 1.2 510
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 54,900 1.19 540
Mental health and substance abuse social workers 47,410 1.19 110
Lawyers 121,570 1.19 230
Construction laborers 36,770 1.18 880
Teacher assistants 26,300 1.18 1,660
Elementary school teachers, except special education 58,620 1.18 2,020
First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 40,640 1.16 140
Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 45,700 1.16 230
Bus drivers, school 30,320 1.16 860
Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 33,760 1.16 160
Retail salespersons 28,170 1.15 7,090
Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 64,490 1.15 170
Market research analysts 67,540 1.15 120
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 60,990 1.14 200
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 37,880 1.14 340
First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 64,950 1.14 370
Industrial engineers 83,060 1.14 420
Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 58,140 1.14 1,250
Instructional coordinators 65,480 1.14 110
Maids and housekeeping cleaners 21,670 1.13 780
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 37,660 1.12 380
Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 24,270 1.12 170
Accountants and auditors 67,030 1.12 830

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