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Saginaw Employment

Employment and Industries in the Saginaw, Michigan Area

Although the Saginaw region's manufacturing industry has experienced a decline, the diversified manufacturing base is still an important part of the region's economy. Agriculture is also an integral element of the area's economy. In addition, the county includes a growing medical device and technology industry and includes numerous jobs in healthcare.

Specifics regarding Saginaw Michigan: In 2007 the estimated median household income was $30,000. The cost of living index in Saginaw in 2008 was 75.8 which is low when compared to the national average of 100. Regarding the adult population, about 10% have a bachelor's degree or higher.

The region's top employers are shown below:

  • Dow Chemical Company
  • Delphi
  • Covenant HealthCare
  • Mid Michigan Medical Center
  • St. Mary's of Michigan
  • Bay Regional Medical Center
  • General Motors Powertrain (Saginaw)
  • Midland Public Schools
  • Saginaw Public Schools
  • AT&T
  • Dow Corning Corporation
  • Bay City Public Schools
  • Franenmuth Bavarian Inn
  • Hemlock Semiconductor
  • Meijer (Saginaw)
  • Delta College
  • County of Saginaw
  • Michigan Sugar Company
  • Zehnder's of Frankenmuth
  • Saginaw Valley State University

Some of the most common occupations where the majority of the workers are college graduates are accountants and auditors, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives, industrial engineers, teachers, child, family and school social workers; medical and health services managers; social and human service assistants; pharmacists, and human resources, training and labor relations specialists.

The Saginaw region's leading employment sectors are:

  • Healthcare
  • Educational services
  • Manufacturing
  • Transportation equipment
  • Government
  • Accommodation and food services
  • Social assistance
  • Finance and insurance

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People interested in the Saginaw region's business activities can visit Michigan Live.

Most Popular Jobs in Saginaw, 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 Accountants and auditors 780 $64,430 $43,130 - 90,080 18% 79%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 760 $46,590 $19,390 - 79,140 8% 51%
3 Industrial engineers 730 $82,180 $62,600 - 105,430 20% 74%
4 Elementary school teachers, except special education 710 $53,290 $35,620 - 75,990 14% 95%
5 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 550 $58,570 $37,130 - 82,520 6% 96%
6 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 470 $54,010 $19,020 - 78,360 11% 95%
7 Child, family, and school social workers 360 $44,290 $26,930 - 62,480 19% 77%
8 Lawyers 270 $88,500 $55,890 - 136,640 11% 99%
9 Medical and health services managers 260 $79,580 $48,970 - 117,940 16% 57%
10 Pharmacists 210 $93,920 $55,600 - 132,680 22% 97%
11 Social and human service assistants 210 $28,730 $18,950 - 39,230 34% 58%
12 Computer systems analysts 200 $66,170 $46,000 - 86,110 29% 68%
13 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 200 $56,990 $15,630 - 104,030 17% 56%
14 Financial specialists, all other 190 $56,100 $33,490 - 92,760 12% 50%
15 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 190 $53,440 $41,910 - 65,100 12% 51%
16 Coaches and scouts 180 $26,750 $15,440 - 47,790 15% 60%
17 Chief executives 170 $152,480 $66,440 - 2% 65%
18 Physical therapists 160 $77,230 $57,080 - 102,120 27% 89%
19 Computer programmers 160 $56,400 $35,270 - 77,990 -4% 73%
20 Engineers, all other 160 $0 $ - 6% 82%
21 Financial managers 150 $93,380 $45,160 - 161,270 13% 60%
22 Sales managers 140 $117,630 $38,430 - 10% 69%
23 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 140 $70,310 $23,080 - 156,150 25% 67%
24 Computer specialists, all other 140 $58,710 $22,700 - 96,930 15% 68%
25 Network and computer systems administrators 140 $57,930 $36,980 - 78,550 27% 50%
26 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 140 $32,420 $21,580 - 48,890 15% 51%
27 Engineering managers 130 $112,870 $72,540 - 153,590 7% 84%
28 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 130 $85,740 $67,970 - 105,690 8% 78%
29 Mechanical engineers 130 $60,980 $43,340 - 86,160 4% 78%
30 Public relations specialists 130 $59,770 $35,480 - 86,660 18% 81%
31 Medical and public health social workers 130 $50,620 $27,840 - 71,880 24% 77%
32 Management analysts 120 $68,840 $44,270 - 96,940 22% 78%
33 Occupational therapists 120 $62,530 $48,750 - 78,970 23% 90%
34 Managers, all other 110 $87,660 $44,860 - 135,880 7% 55%
35 Personal financial advisors 110 $60,880 $29,980 - 108,180 41% 81%
36 Dentists, general 90 $156,840 $109,710 - 9% 100%
37 Special education teachers, middle school 90 $62,610 $43,650 - 80,880 16% 87%
38 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 90 $54,690 $35,730 - 78,650 20% 87%
39 Community and social service specialists, all other 90 $29,470 $18,760 - 51,050 25% 58%
40 Physician assistants 80 $67,450 $30,200 - 101,180 27% 67%
41 Electrical engineers 80 $65,170 $48,560 - 85,330 6% 81%
42 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 80 $62,900 $32,710 - 138,820 5% 58%
43 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 80 $58,260 $40,590 - 78,730 13% 73%
44 Insurance underwriters 80 $52,270 $35,580 - 73,160 6% 53%
45 Librarians 80 $52,080 $34,570 - 69,450 4% 85%
46 Training and development specialists 80 $49,850 $25,200 - 71,080 18% 56%
47 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 70 $71,640 $26,950 - 102,560 12% 51%
48 Environmental engineers 70 $53,760 $35,900 - 81,290 25% 86%
49 Computer and information systems managers 60 $94,720 $63,910 - 156,450 16% 73%
50 Computer software engineers, applications 60 $75,300 $48,170 - 104,930 45% 85%
51 Financial analysts 60 $71,610 $44,420 - 99,960 34% 87%
52 Speech-language pathologists 60 $71,570 $43,700 - 98,020 11% 98%
53 Social and community service managers 60 $62,180 $36,010 - 93,170 25% 72%
54 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 60 $30,130 $25,480 - 37,310 15% 72%
55 Audiologists 50 $77,950 $49,100 - 128,100 10% 91%
56 Civil engineers 50 $64,760 $40,750 - 87,150 18% 87%
57 Instructional coordinators 50 $60,650 $26,730 - 113,130 23% 79%
58 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 50 $58,420 $52,070 - 66,540 11% 58%
59 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 50 $55,130 $28,130 - 88,850 18% 56%
60 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 50 $52,680 $42,040 - 64,920 12% 94%
61 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 50 $50,530 $29,780 - 65,550 30% 77%
62 Sales and related workers, all other 50 $37,280 $25,520 - 53,620 14% 62%
63 Market research analysts 40 $61,770 $42,800 - 87,480 20% 82%
64 Self-enrichment education teachers 40 $36,110 $23,330 - 50,230 23% 54%
65 Meeting and convention planners 40 $35,460 $20,480 - 54,570 20% 67%
66 Graphic designers 40 $31,840 $22,750 - 46,300 10% 55%
67 Veterinarians 30 $105,980 $45,120 - 35% 100%
68 Purchasing managers 30 $98,240 $39,640 - 139,380 3% 57%
69 Computer software engineers, systems software 30 $87,620 $58,590 - 108,720 28% 85%
70 Operations research analysts 30 $73,900 $54,090 - 100,940 11% 71%
71 Marketing managers 30 $69,410 $40,070 - 109,560 14% 69%
72 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 30 $52,600 $30,580 - 78,910 18% 56%
73 Directors, religious activities and education 30 $42,440 $27,240 - 73,320 20% 64%

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 4,130 $21,750 $15,270 - 31,570 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 3,040 $18,990 $15,320 - 24,410 -3% 10%
3 Waiters and waitresses 2,030 $16,920 $15,190 - 20,010 11% 14%
4 Office clerks, general 1,790 $22,630 $15,450 - 32,410 13% 19%
5 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,710 $22,480 $15,390 - 36,290 15% 4%
6 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,510 $23,780 $17,780 - 32,070 18% 7%
7 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,260 $22,670 $15,400 - 33,070 2% 5%
8 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 1,240 $19,710 $15,370 - 25,480 18% 5%
9 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,190 $33,530 $22,470 - 48,260 13% 16%
10 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,100 $31,590 $20,770 - 45,090 1% 18%
11 Customer service representatives 1,090 $29,060 $17,760 - 43,820 25% 22%
12 Stock clerks and order fillers 990 $22,810 $15,910 - 32,540 -8% 8%
13 Maintenance and repair workers, general 960 $35,600 $18,560 - 52,930 10% 6%
14 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 920 $40,330 $26,220 - 51,380 10% 4%
15 Teacher assistants 890 $19,740 $15,310 - 27,480 10% 18%
16 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 850 $38,240 $22,430 - 57,790 4% 25%
17 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 770 $18,800 $15,260 - 24,280 13% 5%
18 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 710 $30,440 $17,840 - 51,080 8% 4%
19 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 690 $37,540 $23,340 - 51,710 15% 18%
20 Food preparation workers 690 $18,780 $15,410 - 24,970 15% 7%
21 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 680 $44,760 $24,020 - 68,770 6% 29%
22 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 640 $27,070 $16,410 - 40,960 18% 6%
23 General and operations managers 620 $90,610 $44,890 - 156,190 2% 48%
24 Medical assistants 620 $24,820 $19,110 - 31,370 35% 10%
25 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 610 $58,880 $28,660 - 93,970 -5% 15%
26 Cooks, restaurant 610 $19,620 $15,680 - 25,200 12% 5%
27 Construction laborers 590 $28,040 $21,920 - 36,700 11% 5%
28 Team assemblers 590 $24,600 $15,710 - 39,650 0% 5%
29 Electricians 510 $61,420 $36,260 - 82,460 7% 7%
30 Receptionists and information clerks 510 $24,200 $16,370 - 31,630 17% 13%
31 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 500 $29,660 $18,070 - 46,540 11% 14%
32 Production workers, all other 490 $36,530 $17,910 - 63,830 2% 5%
33 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 480 $35,250 $22,320 - 49,760 14% 4%
34 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 480 $32,350 $19,020 - 56,640 4% 6%
35 Home health aides 470 $19,370 $16,900 - 22,900 49% 7%
36 Medical secretaries 460 $30,570 $22,750 - 39,610 17% 18%
37 Tellers 450 $23,110 $15,650 - 33,070 14% 16%
38 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 440 $30,770 $22,820 - 40,020 4% 15%
39 Cooks, fast food 410 $16,570 $15,360 - 18,490 8% 5%
40 Business operations specialists, all other 390 $68,040 $39,090 - 98,330 21% 49%
41 Bus drivers, school 380 $29,750 $19,960 - 39,020 9% 4%
42 Child care workers 360 $20,080 $15,480 - 27,100 18% 15%
43 Industrial machinery mechanics 360 $0 $ - 9% 5%
44 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 350 $64,690 $39,550 - 91,610 7% 13%
45 Bartenders 350 $17,660 $15,430 - 22,340 11% 17%
46 Dishwashers 330 $16,340 $15,130 - 18,900 10% 3%
47 Carpenters 310 $52,290 $30,710 - 78,250 10% 6%
48 Sales representatives, services, all other 310 $44,310 $20,220 - 69,850 28% 48%
49 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 300 $43,540 $24,790 - 62,830 11% 33%
50 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 280 $41,390 $34,690 - 50,090 14% 7%
51 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 270 $18,830 $15,270 - 25,110 12% 6%
52 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 260 $63,470 $39,090 - 112,700 9% 10%
53 Radiologic technologists and technicians 260 $47,740 $33,890 - 63,020 15% 25%
54 Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 260 $37,070 $25,990 - 55,000 -3% 6%
55 Dental assistants 260 $33,680 $25,400 - 42,180 29% 9%
56 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 260 $26,380 $18,870 - 35,540 11% 5%
57 Counter and rental clerks 260 $22,920 $15,390 - 33,800 23% 16%
58 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 260 $21,010 $15,440 - 27,350 14% 3%
59 Tool and die makers 260 $0 $ - -10% 5%
60 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 250 $18,530 $15,330 - 27,360 10% 17%
61 Postal service mail carriers 250 $0 $ - 1% 11%
62 Pharmacy technicians 240 $28,500 $17,570 - 43,980 32% 16%
63 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 240 $0 $ - -8% 12%
64 Insurance sales agents 230 $56,900 $27,580 - 103,870 13% 45%
65 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 230 $42,050 $24,140 - 66,380 -7% 14%
66 Medical records and health information technicians 220 $26,630 $17,340 - 32,770 18% 12%
67 Millwrights 200 $73,450 $67,790 - 81,960 6% 0%
68 Dental hygienists 200 $54,350 $44,720 - 64,890 30% 33%
69 Office and administrative support workers, all other 200 $33,680 $15,390 - 50,050 -9% 32%
70 Industrial truck and tractor operators 200 $32,360 $20,090 - 56,480 -2% 2%
71 Personal and home care aides 200 $18,230 $16,060 - 20,810 51% 10%
72 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 190 $59,570 $36,040 - 84,420 0% 42%
73 Computer support specialists 190 $42,000 $27,340 - 57,070 13% 43%
74 Telemarketers 190 $19,090 $15,190 - 28,570 -10% 14%
75 Respiratory therapists 180 $50,560 $38,680 - 63,330 23% 28%
76 Cost estimators 180 $48,190 $27,620 - 77,130 19% 32%
77 Security guards 180 $25,460 $19,820 - 32,380 17% 13%
78 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 170 $63,510 $34,970 - 83,270 10% 17%
79 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 170 $47,040 $35,770 - 62,440 9% 47%
80 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 160 $42,570 $31,790 - 63,690 12% 3%
81 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 160 $39,830 $21,940 - 61,450 9% 3%
82 Bill and account collectors 160 $32,090 $23,120 - 45,640 23% 13%
83 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 160 $27,800 $19,120 - 47,440 -1% 22%
84 Roofers 150 $35,160 $22,640 - 50,160 14% 3%
85 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 150 $31,410 $21,340 - 46,050 5% 2%
86 Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 150 $26,220 $17,280 - 34,220 -15% 0%
87 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 150 $21,360 $15,580 - 25,810 10% 5%
88 Industrial production managers 140 $99,200 $43,410 - 149,770 -6% 43%
89 Sheet metal workers 140 $47,420 $33,930 - 73,370 7% 4%
90 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 140 $43,810 $34,990 - 56,050 8% 3%
91 Food service managers 140 $40,360 $28,290 - 63,390 5% 24%
92 Packers and packagers, hand 140 $16,730 $15,330 - 19,590 -12% 3%
93 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 130 $69,250 $41,610 - 94,920 4% 38%
94 Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 130 $52,950 $42,490 - 65,370 4% 18%
95 All other information and record clerks 130 $37,230 $28,180 - 47,980 -13% 21%
96 Administrative services managers 120 $71,420 $35,200 - 106,980 12% 40%
97 Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 120 $27,620 $15,180 - 42,180 2% 11%
98 Medical transcriptionists 120 $26,030 $21,330 - 32,080 14% 10%
99 Food servers, nonrestaurant 120 $20,100 $15,810 - 25,600 16% 9%
100 First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 110 $35,190 $17,090 - 51,190 13% 11%
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Jobs More Common Near Saginaw Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Millwrights 73,450 200 13
Industrial engineers 82,180 730 6.9
Tool and die makers 0 260 6.7
Production workers, all other 36,530 490 4.3
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 37,070 260 4.2
Respiratory therapists 50,560 180 3.5
Medical transcriptionists 26,030 120 2.9
Industrial machinery mechanics 0 360 2.8
Child, family, and school social workers 44,290 360 2.7
Medical records and health information technicians 26,630 220 2.5
Financial specialists, all other 56,100 190 2.5
Procurement clerks 32,820 100 2.5
Occupational therapists 62,530 120 2.5
Roofers 35,160 150 2.5
Medical assistants 24,820 620 2.4
Radiologic technologists and technicians 47,740 260 2.4
Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 0 240 2.3
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 53,440 190 2.2
Dental hygienists 54,350 200 2.2
Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 23,780 1,510 2.1
Coaches and scouts 26,750 180 2.1
Library technicians 28,260 110 2.1
Family and general practitioners 212,570 100 2.1
Medical secretaries 30,570 460 1.9
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 58,880 610 1.9
Engineers, all other 0 160 1.9
Medical and health services managers 79,580 260 1.9
Medical and public health social workers 50,620 130 1.9
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 32,420 140 1.8
Industrial production managers 99,200 140 1.8
Bus drivers, school 29,750 380 1.8
Physical therapists 77,230 160 1.8
Retail salespersons 21,750 4,130 1.8
Sheet metal workers 47,420 140 1.7
Butchers and meat cutters 26,420 100 1.7
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 56,990 200 1.7
Cashiers 18,990 3,040 1.7
Maids and housekeeping cleaners 18,800 770 1.7
Dental assistants 33,680 260 1.7
Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 30,770 440 1.6
Waiters and waitresses 16,920 2,030 1.6
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 26,380 260 1.5
Office and administrative support workers, all other 33,680 200 1.5
First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 64,690 350 1.5
Pharmacists 93,920 210 1.5
Food preparation workers 18,780 690 1.5
First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 63,510 170 1.5
Electricians 61,420 510 1.5
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 21,010 260 1.5
Cooks, fast food 16,570 410 1.5

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Millwrights 73,450 1.47 200
Carpenters 52,290 1.33 310
Electricians 61,420 1.31 510
Production workers, all other 36,530 1.26 490
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 42,050 1.26 230
First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 63,510 1.22 170
Sales managers 117,630 1.2 140
Public relations specialists 59,770 1.18 130
Business operations specialists, all other 68,040 1.16 390
Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 58,570 1.15 550
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 19,710 1.14 1,240
Bus drivers, school 29,750 1.14 380
Sheet metal workers 47,420 1.14 140
First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 64,690 1.14 350
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 32,350 1.14 480
Industrial engineers 82,180 1.13 730
All other information and record clerks 37,230 1.13 130
Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 59,570 1.12 190
Industrial production managers 99,200 1.12 140
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 27,070 1.12 640
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 26,380 1.12 260
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 58,880 1.11 610
Medical and public health social workers 50,620 1.1 130
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 63,470 1.09 260
Child, family, and school social workers 44,290 1.09 360
Office and administrative support workers, all other 33,680 1.09 200
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 31,590 1.08 1,100
Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 18,830 1.08 270
Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 42,570 1.08 160
Accountants and auditors 64,430 1.08 780
Industrial truck and tractor operators 32,360 1.08 200
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 21,360 1.08 150
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 40,330 1.07 920
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 54,010 1.07 470
Elementary school teachers, except special education 53,290 1.07 710
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 37,070 1.06 260
Managers, all other 87,660 1.06 110
Medical secretaries 30,570 1.05 460
Physical therapists 77,230 1.05 160
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 56,990 1.05 200
Truck drivers, light or delivery services 30,440 1.05 710
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 85,740 1.05 130
Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 33,530 1.05 1,190
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 41,390 1.05 280
Dental assistants 33,680 1.04 260
Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 18,530 1.04 250
Child care workers 20,080 1.04 360
Bill and account collectors 32,090 1.04 160
Maintenance and repair workers, general 35,600 1.04 960
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 20,100 1.03 110

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