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Warren Employment

Employment and Industries in the Warren, Michigan Area

Warren, Michigan is home to the General Motors Technical Center, the United States Army Tank Automotive and Armaments Command, the Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center and the National Automotive Center. Warren also includes the headquarters of Big Boy Restaurants International, Asset Acceptance and Campbell Ewald.

The leading employment segments in Warren are healthcare, manufacturing, social assistance, transportation equipment, accommodation and food services, educational services, construction, and professional, scientific and technical services. Workers in management, professional and related occupations have a combined 26% of the jobs in Warren. Sales and office occupations provide 21% of the local jobs.

Warren's significant employers are shown below:

  • St John Health Corporation
  • MSX International, Inc
  • Detroit-Macomb Hospital Corporation
  • Centra
  • Logistics Insight Corp
  • TI Group Automotive Systems, LLC
  • TI Automotive Inc
  • Macomb Community College Foundation
  • Asset Acceptance Capital Corp
  • Warren Consolidated School District
  • Big Boy Restaurants International
  • Van Art Furniture Inc
  • AZ Automotive Corp
  • AAC Investors Inc
  • IBM
  • Adventist Midwest Health
  • Petsmart
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • Production Tool and Supply Company

Some of the most common jobs in Warren held by those with a college degree are registered nurses, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives, mechanical engineers, industrial engineers, computer systems analysts, teachers, computer programmers and management analysts.

Facts about Warren Michigan: In 2008 the cost of living index was at 87.1 and the national average is 100. In 2009 the average earnings of workers in Warren was $40,000. Regarding the adult population, 14% have earned a bachelor's degree or better.

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The Macomb Daily is read by those that want to keep current with the local business community.

Most Popular Jobs in Warren, 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 19,440 $66,770 $51,320 - 81,440 24% 56%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 16,040 $69,080 $28,510 - 109,980 8% 51%
3 Engineers, all other 11,840 $0 $ - 6% 82%
4 Accountants and auditors 11,250 $63,630 $38,250 - 96,450 18% 79%
5 Elementary school teachers, except special education 10,930 $65,240 $37,510 - 95,440 14% 95%
6 Mechanical engineers 8,440 $80,020 $53,050 - 110,380 4% 78%
7 Industrial engineers 7,720 $82,100 $56,640 - 108,350 20% 74%
8 Computer systems analysts 5,950 $77,890 $49,190 - 108,450 29% 68%
9 Teachers and instructors, all other 5,840 $74,330 $29,700 - 140,590 9% 54%
10 Lawyers 5,770 $124,890 $52,800 - 11% 99%
11 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 5,630 $90,520 $44,940 - 143,310 12% 51%
12 Computer programmers 5,480 $70,460 $44,900 - 103,980 -4% 73%
13 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 5,470 $65,240 $40,920 - 88,360 11% 95%
14 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 5,320 $61,190 $33,340 - 91,010 6% 96%
15 Management analysts 4,410 $95,490 $45,970 - 22% 78%
16 Computer software engineers, systems software 4,300 $83,900 $53,660 - 118,610 28% 85%
17 Chief executives 4,070 $165,920 $78,990 - 2% 65%
18 Sales managers 3,970 $110,570 $51,610 - 10% 69%
19 Computer software engineers, applications 3,850 $80,560 $53,540 - 109,040 45% 85%
20 Engineering managers 3,580 $116,630 $84,330 - 160,230 7% 84%
21 Managers, all other 3,500 $97,610 $55,230 - 149,370 7% 55%
22 Financial managers 3,420 $101,830 $55,510 - 161,090 13% 60%
23 Computer specialists, all other 3,270 $66,240 $33,000 - 105,900 15% 68%
24 Network and computer systems administrators 3,240 $69,330 $44,300 - 100,510 27% 50%
25 Medical and public health social workers 3,220 $53,080 $25,670 - 79,660 24% 77%
26 Social and human service assistants 3,190 $27,900 $17,820 - 42,780 34% 58%
27 Network systems and data communications analysts 2,970 $76,510 $50,110 - 110,050 53% 57%
28 Financial specialists, all other 2,830 $68,110 $34,740 - 109,690 12% 50%
29 Market research analysts 2,690 $71,940 $38,110 - 114,690 20% 82%
30 Sales and related workers, all other 2,550 $39,560 $16,380 - 72,650 14% 62%
31 Computer and information systems managers 2,530 $109,650 $67,340 - 162,140 16% 73%
32 Civil engineers 2,400 $72,000 $48,010 - 103,160 18% 87%
33 Pharmacists 2,250 $102,890 $87,700 - 127,710 22% 97%
34 Commercial and industrial designers 2,110 $76,860 $49,470 - 104,320 7% 55%
35 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 2,100 $90,500 $23,850 - 25% 67%
36 Physical therapists 2,010 $78,450 $46,070 - 122,800 27% 89%
37 Public relations specialists 1,920 $57,860 $31,370 - 92,980 18% 81%
38 Electrical engineers 1,890 $80,380 $54,990 - 111,650 6% 81%
39 Personal financial advisors 1,880 $95,950 $28,960 - 41% 81%
40 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 1,820 $61,850 $33,860 - 94,310 17% 56%
41 Medical and health services managers 1,810 $86,900 $51,310 - 155,380 16% 57%
42 Graphic designers 1,800 $47,670 $27,610 - 71,350 10% 55%
43 Sales engineers 1,760 $93,540 $55,280 - 138,500 9% 79%
44 Child, family, and school social workers 1,710 $54,470 $31,640 - 85,780 19% 77%
45 Financial analysts 1,700 $73,890 $46,690 - 104,950 34% 87%
46 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 1,660 $58,450 $27,180 - 100,400 18% 56%
47 Coaches and scouts 1,610 $33,860 $15,350 - 62,030 15% 60%
48 Education, training, and library workers, all other 1,580 $39,990 $22,590 - 74,240 11% 79%
49 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 1,540 $54,400 $40,780 - 68,020 12% 51%
50 Self-enrichment education teachers 1,510 $40,850 $24,810 - 58,830 23% 54%
51 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 1,390 $35,710 $25,130 - 48,910 15% 51%
52 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 1,330 $43,030 $32,120 - 57,700 30% 77%
53 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 1,320 $66,120 $40,090 - 96,040 20% 87%
54 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 1,310 $100,610 $68,480 - 134,460 8% 78%
55 Dentists, general 1,290 $164,380 $82,490 - 9% 100%
56 Advertising sales agents 1,260 $55,710 $25,190 - 107,370 20% 56%
57 Training and development specialists 1,250 $56,380 $34,270 - 83,110 18% 56%
58 Occupational therapists 1,230 $71,710 $47,530 - 107,040 23% 90%
59 Marketing managers 1,220 $106,450 $59,030 - 158,870 14% 69%
60 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 1,150 $65,180 $36,970 - 98,190 13% 73%
61 Librarians 1,010 $61,050 $36,510 - 94,970 4% 85%
62 Database administrators 1,000 $73,400 $44,970 - 106,530 29% 72%
63 Operations research analysts 990 $93,740 $55,440 - 133,700 11% 71%
64 Electronics engineers, except computer 940 $79,660 $56,570 - 107,510 4% 81%
65 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 900 $87,120 $41,380 - 16% 99%
66 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 840 $62,680 $38,450 - 93,320 5% 58%
67 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 800 $57,730 $37,940 - 83,430 18% 56%
68 Speech-language pathologists 780 $79,030 $49,090 - 124,260 11% 98%
69 Architects, except landscape and naval 750 $66,140 $41,840 - 96,880 18% 88%
70 Purchasing managers 700 $93,800 $51,750 - 141,600 3% 57%
71 Community and social service specialists, all other 670 $36,260 $19,040 - 58,910 25% 58%
72 Credit analysts 660 $66,440 $37,120 - 103,600 2% 60%
73 Insurance underwriters 630 $71,170 $43,900 - 96,760 6% 53%
74 Special education teachers, middle school 620 $61,530 $36,520 - 88,190 16% 87%
75 Instructional coordinators 610 $72,580 $37,010 - 108,390 23% 79%
76 Special education teachers, secondary school 610 $65,100 $36,980 - 98,460 9% 87%
77 Physician assistants 600 $92,930 $70,760 - 112,050 27% 67%
78 Social and community service managers 580 $56,760 $31,230 - 84,080 25% 72%
79 Human resources managers, all other 550 $103,890 $60,080 - 162,050 11% 58%
80 Computer hardware engineers 550 $92,390 $53,380 - 133,650 5% 70%
81 Technical writers 550 $66,650 $42,570 - 97,380 20% 74%
82 Editors 530 $51,230 $31,520 - 79,280 2% 81%
83 Dietitians and nutritionists 530 $46,070 $35,650 - 61,130 9% 72%
84 Materials engineers 510 $88,440 $55,810 - 128,340 4% 77%
85 Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors 500 $82,430 $59,440 - 119,090 10% 74%
86 Interior designers 490 $57,750 $32,400 - 80,050 20% 55%
87 Producers and directors 480 $75,840 $40,280 - 122,420 11% 75%
88 Veterinarians 450 $106,270 $56,880 - 35% 100%
89 Chemists 450 $59,570 $39,180 - 84,290 9% 93%
90 Art directors 430 $81,520 $41,790 - 128,960 9% 58%
91 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 430 $43,140 $28,610 - 62,530 15% 72%
92 Clergy 430 $38,600 $15,990 - 59,740 19% 75%
93 Education administrators, postsecondary 420 $75,500 $35,880 - 122,220 14% 78%
94 Floral designers 410 $25,890 $18,330 - 31,890 -9% 55%
95 Writers and authors 390 $73,240 $28,160 - 136,810 13% 84%
96 Public relations managers 360 $88,620 $44,420 - 157,270 17% 75%
97 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 360 $54,960 $40,500 - 65,360 11% 58%
98 Rehabilitation counselors 360 $0 $ - 23% 73%
99 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 350 $28,650 $19,200 - 39,800 11% 55%
100 Chiropractors 340 $75,280 $48,300 - 101,220 14% 98%

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 43,390 $25,210 $15,540 - 40,500 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 31,220 $19,510 $15,290 - 26,850 -3% 10%
3 Office clerks, general 30,320 $26,910 $16,050 - 39,600 13% 19%
4 Customer service representatives 20,080 $36,470 $22,270 - 53,860 25% 22%
5 Waiters and waitresses 19,140 $18,480 $15,280 - 26,840 11% 14%
6 Stock clerks and order fillers 18,900 $25,920 $15,790 - 39,730 -8% 8%
7 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 18,060 $26,180 $15,700 - 42,500 15% 4%
8 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 17,830 $29,210 $15,960 - 57,240 2% 5%
9 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 17,770 $18,110 $15,400 - 24,210 18% 5%
10 Business operations specialists, all other 14,270 $75,120 $38,990 - 118,460 21% 49%
11 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 13,750 $36,290 $25,380 - 49,720 13% 16%
12 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 12,470 $43,070 $28,490 - 60,160 15% 18%
13 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 12,400 $33,830 $23,820 - 46,650 1% 18%
14 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 11,380 $26,290 $19,690 - 32,870 18% 7%
15 General and operations managers 11,090 $107,070 $42,500 - 2% 48%
16 Team assemblers 10,820 $27,960 $18,870 - 39,610 0% 5%
17 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 10,770 $41,400 $29,330 - 58,570 10% 4%
18 Maintenance and repair workers, general 10,400 $39,030 $22,790 - 57,390 10% 6%
19 Assemblers and fabricators, all other 9,930 $51,410 $26,120 - 65,920 -9% 5%
20 Production workers, all other 9,680 $35,570 $17,630 - 61,290 2% 5%
21 Receptionists and information clerks 9,390 $26,560 $18,630 - 35,140 17% 13%
22 Packers and packagers, hand 9,290 $23,970 $15,400 - 53,700 -12% 3%
23 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 9,070 $53,180 $30,960 - 78,910 6% 29%
24 Food preparation workers 9,050 $20,810 $15,480 - 29,300 15% 7%
25 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 9,030 $44,870 $23,790 - 69,900 4% 25%
26 Home health aides 8,430 $21,510 $16,660 - 28,780 49% 7%
27 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 8,170 $33,940 $19,100 - 58,330 8% 4%
28 Machinists 7,940 $40,870 $26,720 - 59,860 -3% 3%
29 Security guards 7,590 $24,460 $17,000 - 34,200 17% 13%
30 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 7,350 $64,760 $36,060 - 98,390 -5% 15%
31 Teacher assistants 7,240 $26,120 $16,740 - 36,570 10% 18%
32 Medical assistants 7,210 $29,210 $21,890 - 38,020 35% 10%
33 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 7,200 $41,710 $21,560 - 64,010 -7% 14%
34 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 6,450 $26,300 $17,120 - 40,820 18% 6%
35 Construction laborers 6,320 $37,440 $20,560 - 54,620 11% 5%
36 Sales representatives, services, all other 6,280 $65,160 $23,530 - 107,530 28% 48%
37 Electricians 6,080 $60,710 $27,400 - 85,020 7% 7%
38 Cooks, restaurant 6,080 $23,870 $16,040 - 32,710 12% 5%
39 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 6,030 $32,480 $20,740 - 48,030 4% 6%
40 Computer support specialists 5,710 $46,630 $27,880 - 67,720 13% 43%
41 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 5,370 $31,010 $18,260 - 46,710 11% 14%
42 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 5,280 $35,330 $26,240 - 47,520 4% 15%
43 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 5,250 $45,140 $21,310 - 72,940 14% 4%
44 Carpenters 5,130 $48,960 $32,170 - 68,470 10% 6%
45 Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 5,020 $32,310 $20,880 - 52,210 -15% 0%
46 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 4,990 $19,640 $15,660 - 25,800 10% 8%
47 Industrial truck and tractor operators 4,930 $40,830 $20,380 - 63,830 -2% 2%
48 Tellers 4,910 $23,540 $17,660 - 30,970 14% 16%
49 Child care workers 4,890 $21,920 $15,850 - 29,970 18% 15%
50 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 4,830 $26,550 $15,450 - 44,070 12% 6%
51 Tool and die makers 4,650 $55,180 $33,410 - 78,450 -10% 5%
52 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 4,610 $21,240 $16,150 - 28,390 13% 5%
53 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 4,450 $47,990 $34,140 - 62,710 14% 7%
54 Cooks, fast food 4,390 $17,610 $15,410 - 20,730 8% 5%
55 Dishwashers 4,240 $18,690 $15,530 - 24,170 10% 3%
56 Helpers--production workers 4,190 $26,410 $18,730 - 34,510 -1% 4%
57 Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 4,060 $36,590 $22,390 - 53,530 -3% 6%
58 Personal and home care aides 4,040 $22,450 $17,020 - 30,040 51% 10%
59 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 3,880 $67,490 $39,360 - 101,380 0% 42%
60 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 3,860 $18,420 $15,350 - 26,080 12% 6%
61 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 3,660 $54,620 $39,420 - 67,340 11% 33%
62 Bartenders 3,660 $19,830 $15,450 - 26,690 11% 17%
63 Office and administrative support workers, all other 3,620 $34,040 $15,590 - 52,660 -9% 32%
64 Postal service mail carriers 3,560 $0 $ - 1% 11%
65 Bus drivers, school 3,460 $31,830 $16,020 - 44,210 9% 4%
66 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 3,420 $69,740 $43,630 - 97,860 9% 10%
67 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 3,410 $63,110 $36,550 - 92,820 7% 13%
68 Bill and account collectors 3,360 $35,500 $24,410 - 47,630 23% 13%
69 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 3,190 $84,380 $43,960 - 139,740 4% 38%
70 Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 3,110 $36,140 $20,090 - 59,800 -13% 0%
71 Dental assistants 3,100 $33,950 $26,790 - 42,110 29% 9%
72 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 3,030 $60,120 $32,290 - 83,610 11% 4%
73 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 3,020 $26,250 $15,480 - 58,010 14% 3%
74 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 3,010 $18,410 $15,390 - 24,590 10% 17%
75 Counter and rental clerks 2,950 $23,910 $15,710 - 33,740 23% 16%
76 Loan officers 2,850 $58,390 $27,300 - 110,480 12% 49%
77 Dental hygienists 2,790 $63,970 $52,910 - 80,670 30% 33%
78 Industrial production managers 2,730 $99,080 $55,850 - 147,540 -6% 43%
79 Pharmacy technicians 2,640 $27,230 $20,200 - 36,350 32% 16%
80 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 2,600 $45,890 $26,440 - 66,210 5% 2%
81 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 2,570 $44,110 $28,410 - 62,130 4% 30%
82 Recreation workers 2,550 $24,710 $16,090 - 34,220 13% 47%
83 Telemarketers 2,530 $24,100 $15,870 - 33,450 -10% 14%
84 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 2,490 $58,970 $37,450 - 81,810 9% 47%
85 Physicians and surgeons, all other 2,400 $156,070 $45,920 - 0% 0%
86 Logisticians 2,380 $74,990 $41,540 - 105,410 17% 43%
87 Industrial machinery mechanics 2,330 $54,420 $32,890 - 78,040 9% 5%
88 Medical secretaries 2,330 $32,000 $25,180 - 40,940 17% 18%
89 Cooks, short order 2,310 $20,390 $15,980 - 26,140 5% 5%
90 Cost estimators 2,280 $69,520 $39,960 - 104,660 19% 32%
91 Food servers, nonrestaurant 2,210 $21,950 $15,670 - 29,420 16% 9%
92 Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 2,160 $43,010 $25,340 - 77,880 -16% 0%
93 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 2,160 $25,900 $15,410 - 49,690 27% 47%
94 Insurance sales agents 2,100 $75,660 $32,770 - 127,960 13% 45%
95 Driver/sales workers 2,050 $23,770 $15,480 - 39,030 -5% 4%
96 Paralegals and legal assistants 2,040 $48,180 $32,850 - 66,700 22% 45%
97 Preschool teachers, except special education 2,030 $34,060 $19,040 - 56,240 26% 43%
98 Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 2,030 $31,290 $21,750 - 39,880 -7% 0%
99 Industrial engineering technicians 2,010 $51,740 $28,530 - 81,810 10% 18%
100 Engineering technicians, except drafters, all other 1,960 $58,080 $35,060 - 81,700 2% 18%
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Jobs More Common Near Warren Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Building cleaning workers, all other 0 500 29.2
Forging machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 28,110 1,790 12.6
Bicycle repairers 23,490 220 10.4
Engineers, all other 0 11,840 8.4
Commercial and industrial designers 76,860 2,110 8.1
Patternmakers, metal and plastic 43,730 140 7.7
Tool and die makers 55,180 4,650 7.1
Tool grinders, filers, and sharpeners 40,180 480 7
Drilling and boring machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 35,710 1,020 5.2
Millwrights 69,970 1,330 5.1
Choreographers 42,660 250 5.1
Numerical tool and process control programmers 52,600 530 5.1
Production workers, all other 35,570 9,680 5
Assemblers and fabricators, all other 51,410 9,930 4.6
Electrical and electronics repairers, powerhouse, substation, and relay 61,650 480 4.4
Industrial engineers 82,100 7,720 4.4
Mechanical engineers 80,020 8,440 4.3
Mechanical engineering technicians 51,720 1,440 4.3
Heat treating equipment setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 34,700 590 4.1
Precision instrument and equipment repairers, all other 55,170 190 4.1
Designers, all other 46,400 240 3.9
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 36,590 4,060 3.9
Industrial engineering technicians 51,740 2,010 3.7
Medical appliance technicians 54,270 170 3.7
Pesticide handlers, sprayers, and applicators, vegetation 32,380 310 3.7
Engineering technicians, except drafters, all other 58,080 1,960 3.6
Coil winders, tapers, and finishers 35,620 330 3.5
Plant and system operators, all other 46,590 170 3.4
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 31,290 2,030 3.3
Welding, soldering, and brazing machine setters, operators, and tenders 38,460 980 3.3
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 43,010 2,160 3.3
Materials engineers 88,440 510 3.2
Media and communication workers, all other 41,670 500 3.2
Multiple machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 0 1,880 3.1
Mechanical drafters 56,820 1,890 3.1
Milling and planing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 41,100 480 3.1
Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 36,140 3,110 3.1
Grounds maintenance workers, all other 35,090 130 3.1
Tailors, dressmakers, and custom sewers 26,210 540 3
Therapists, all other 50,590 260 3
Directors, religious activities and education 36,620 300 2.9
Food preparation and serving related workers, all other 20,460 1,010 2.9
Audiologists 76,160 160 2.9
Medical and public health social workers 53,080 3,220 2.8
Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 32,310 5,020 2.7
Shampooers 17,930 280 2.7
Logisticians 74,990 2,380 2.6
Animal trainers 22,230 130 2.6
Sales engineers 93,540 1,760 2.6
Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors 82,430 500 2.6

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Warren, Michigan 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 74,330 1.95 5,840
Assemblers and fabricators, all other 51,410 1.94 9,930
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 45,320 1.7 130
Metal workers and plastic workers, all other 54,530 1.58 500
Podiatrists 193,810 1.51 150
Medical appliance technicians 54,270 1.46 170
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators 55,420 1.43 360
Painters, transportation equipment 56,680 1.42 480
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 43,010 1.41 2,160
Motor vehicle operators, all other 39,800 1.41 1,070
Millwrights 69,970 1.4 1,330
Painters, construction and maintenance 47,300 1.38 1,260
Broadcast technicians 48,630 1.37 220
Writers and authors 73,240 1.37 390
Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 61,280 1.37 340
Industrial truck and tractor operators 40,830 1.36 4,930
Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks 44,960 1.35 500
Insurance sales agents 75,660 1.35 2,100
Funeral directors 78,460 1.35 140
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 68,330 1.34 830
Child, family, and school social workers 54,470 1.34 1,710
Preschool teachers, except special education 34,060 1.34 2,030
Proofreaders and copy markers 42,490 1.34 150
Producers and directors 75,840 1.34 480
Tile and marble setters 54,980 1.33 570
Operations research analysts 93,740 1.33 990
Commercial and industrial designers 76,860 1.33 2,110
Reporters and correspondents 54,210 1.32 290
Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 66,120 1.32 1,320
Electro-mechanical technicians 62,810 1.32 240
Automotive body and related repairers 51,660 1.31 1,600
Elementary school teachers, except special education 65,240 1.31 10,930
Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 87,120 1.31 900
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 60,120 1.3 3,030
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 45,890 1.3 2,600
Sheet metal workers 54,300 1.3 880
Management analysts 95,490 1.3 4,410
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 65,240 1.3 5,470
Electrical and electronics repairers, commercial and industrial equipment 63,550 1.3 680
Electricians 60,710 1.29 6,080
Stationary engineers and boiler operators 61,920 1.28 200
Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 71,290 1.28 200
Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers 47,530 1.28 900
Business operations specialists, all other 75,120 1.28 14,270
Order clerks 35,840 1.28 1,470
Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 67,490 1.27 3,880
Carpet installers 53,460 1.27 470
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 54,490 1.27 650
Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 54,960 1.27 360
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 45,680 1.27 1,920

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