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St. Cloud Employment

Employment and Industries in the St. Cloud, Minnesota Area

St. Cloud serves as the region's commercial center. St. Cloud still has a high level of manufacturing jobs when compared to the rest of Minnesota and the nation. Items produced in St. Cloud include wood products, freezers, storage tanks, buses, concrete, outdoor products and machinery. Agriculture is also important to the economy. Poultry processing is also a notable industry in St. Cloud.

A large percentage of the jobs in St. Cloud are provided by the fields of education, healthcare, accommodation and food services; professional, scientific and technical services; and finance and insurance. The service industry in St. Cloud is more focused on consumer services than business-to-business services. In addition, electronic shopping and mail order houses also provide numerous jobs.

Interesting facts about St. Cloud, Minnesota: The estimated median household income in the city in 2007 was $40,000. In 2008 the cost of living index was at 82.9. The country's average is 100. Regarding the adult residents, 30% have earned a bachelor's degree or better.

The following list includes the primary employers in St. Cloud:

  • Coborn's Inc
  • St. Cloud Hospital
  • JFC Inc
  • St. Cloud State University
  • Independent School District 742 Community Schools
  • Woodcraft Industries, Inc
  • Golden Pump Poultry Inc
  • Spee Dee Delivery Service Inc
  • Mark Coborn and Family Real Property Par
  • Pan-O-Gold Baking Co
  • Anderson Trucking Service Inc
  • Automotive Parts Headquarters, Inc
  • Centracare Clinic
  • Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Cloud
  • Nahan Printing, Inc
  • Stearns Financial Services
  • Pleasureland, Incorporated

Some of the jobs more prevalent in St. Cloud when compared to most other cities are farm equipment mechanics, ophthalmic laboratory technicians, bindery workers, wood working machine operators, production workers; installation, maintenance and repair workers; and food batch makers.

St. Cloud businesses are invited to team up with helpful organizations such as:

People can stay current with the city's business and industry activities by reading the local newspaper the St. Cloud Times.

Most Popular Jobs in St Cloud, Minnesota 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 2,080 $72,270 $52,300 - 98,650 24% 56%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,020 $53,140 $30,860 - 81,300 8% 51%
3 Elementary school teachers, except special education 860 $49,990 $31,810 - 66,030 14% 95%
4 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 720 $48,400 $29,310 - 65,700 6% 96%
5 Accountants and auditors 600 $55,580 $34,960 - 80,260 18% 79%
6 Social and human service assistants 520 $24,310 $19,830 - 31,670 34% 58%
7 Lawyers 420 $91,760 $50,160 - 135,500 11% 99%
8 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 380 $47,360 $30,080 - 65,480 11% 95%
9 Pharmacists 240 $116,330 $92,340 - 138,480 22% 97%
10 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 240 $98,880 $33,740 - 25% 67%
11 Managers, all other 240 $76,510 $48,310 - 108,600 7% 55%
12 Computer software engineers, applications 230 $67,950 $46,190 - 97,720 45% 85%
13 Financial managers 220 $103,640 $53,280 - 13% 60%
14 Sales and related workers, all other 220 $42,680 $22,000 - 74,500 14% 62%
15 Network and computer systems administrators 210 $60,230 $43,640 - 82,260 27% 50%
16 Sales managers 190 $92,550 $45,280 - 158,350 10% 69%
17 Computer programmers 180 $59,970 $42,210 - 82,450 -4% 73%
18 Community and social service specialists, all other 180 $39,170 $26,770 - 60,810 25% 58%
19 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 170 $51,080 $36,950 - 65,870 20% 87%
20 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 160 $52,530 $35,300 - 74,840 17% 56%
21 Child, family, and school social workers 160 $48,420 $31,720 - 64,530 19% 77%
22 Medical and health services managers 150 $99,030 $52,700 - 147,440 16% 57%
23 Physical therapists 150 $66,060 $45,490 - 82,300 27% 89%
24 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 150 $57,890 $45,210 - 73,930 12% 51%
25 Advertising sales agents 150 $42,080 $29,230 - 53,960 20% 56%
26 Special education teachers, secondary school 140 $54,980 $37,350 - 74,900 9% 87%
27 Graphic designers 140 $41,660 $23,930 - 63,560 10% 55%
28 Computer systems analysts 130 $67,760 $49,070 - 86,340 29% 68%
29 Self-enrichment education teachers 130 $31,720 $17,270 - 57,050 23% 54%
30 Computer and information systems managers 120 $97,280 $49,150 - 155,400 16% 73%
31 Chief executives 110 $136,310 $31,460 - 2% 65%
32 Computer specialists, all other 110 $56,560 $30,360 - 83,840 15% 68%
33 Librarians 110 $52,000 $42,400 - 65,920 4% 85%
34 Industrial engineers 100 $69,250 $48,510 - 98,950 20% 74%
35 Market research analysts 100 $66,330 $43,100 - 92,260 20% 82%
36 Mechanical engineers 100 $59,640 $45,650 - 76,320 4% 78%
37 Occupational therapists 100 $59,320 $44,580 - 77,620 23% 90%
38 Rehabilitation counselors 100 $47,700 $28,660 - 64,660 23% 73%
39 Coaches and scouts 100 $30,790 $14,780 - 55,040 15% 60%
40 Education administrators, postsecondary 90 $96,610 $54,110 - 147,350 14% 78%
41 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 90 $89,460 $67,160 - 113,290 8% 78%
42 Management analysts 90 $82,650 $57,390 - 114,930 22% 78%
43 Financial specialists, all other 90 $51,160 $35,960 - 70,540 12% 50%
44 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 90 $51,070 $35,490 - 69,450 13% 73%
45 Training and development specialists 90 $50,340 $32,460 - 77,630 18% 56%
46 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 90 $39,230 $29,310 - 49,510 15% 51%
47 Physician assistants 70 $78,980 $70,010 - 93,990 27% 67%
48 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 70 $55,480 $40,830 - 78,440 5% 58%
49 Marketing managers 60 $123,140 $70,540 - 14% 69%
50 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 60 $79,350 $33,550 - 140,500 12% 51%
51 Veterinarians 60 $72,450 $45,000 - 101,130 35% 100%
52 Electrical engineers 60 $65,860 $43,700 - 93,880 6% 81%
53 Public relations specialists 60 $59,130 $34,430 - 113,860 18% 81%
54 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 60 $58,610 $28,970 - 90,910 16% 99%
55 Speech-language pathologists 60 $58,360 $41,250 - 79,290 11% 98%
56 Credit analysts 60 $52,230 $35,930 - 71,020 2% 60%
57 Medical and public health social workers 60 $46,760 $31,570 - 62,750 24% 77%
58 Teachers and instructors, all other 60 $45,070 $24,610 - 69,590 9% 54%
59 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 60 $38,160 $27,730 - 50,380 18% 56%
60 Editors 60 $37,040 $22,830 - 57,610 2% 81%
61 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 60 $26,970 $16,390 - 38,070 11% 55%
62 Engineering managers 50 $97,240 $59,060 - 143,510 7% 84%
63 Social and community service managers 50 $61,180 $38,460 - 96,960 25% 72%
64 Art directors 50 $59,310 $39,860 - 85,900 9% 58%
65 Financial analysts 50 $59,160 $38,390 - 85,870 34% 87%
66 Personal financial advisors 50 $57,860 $38,340 - 90,090 41% 81%
67 Occupational health and safety specialists 50 $55,010 $34,170 - 78,780 8% 72%
68 Dietitians and nutritionists 50 $52,910 $39,110 - 68,060 9% 72%
69 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 50 $47,220 $31,260 - 69,480 18% 56%
70 Writers and authors 50 $37,520 $17,710 - 74,110 13% 84%
71 Human resources managers, all other 40 $83,170 $56,860 - 115,850 11% 58%
72 Purchasing managers 40 $82,340 $56,430 - 117,020 3% 57%
73 Network systems and data communications analysts 40 $68,070 $37,170 - 101,760 53% 57%
74 Instructional coordinators 40 $52,820 $30,800 - 67,750 23% 79%
75 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 40 $48,800 $34,490 - 64,240 30% 77%
76 Special education teachers, middle school 40 $48,540 $32,240 - 65,820 16% 87%
77 Optometrists 30 $107,490 $65,230 - 11% 100%
78 Chiropractors 30 $90,970 $53,200 - 149,180 14% 98%
79 Audio-visual collections specialists 30 $62,390 $46,520 - 80,700 -14% 79%
80 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 30 $48,500 $35,010 - 65,050 -5% 96%
81 Reporters and correspondents 30 $31,110 $24,260 - 39,130 1% 85%
82 Clergy 30 $0 $ - 19% 75%
83 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 30 $0 $ - 15% 72%

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 3,600 $20,650 $14,070 - 30,530 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 3,030 $17,790 $14,020 - 23,140 -3% 10%
3 Office clerks, general 2,430 $26,180 $17,520 - 36,690 13% 19%
4 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 2,370 $19,590 $14,050 - 27,210 18% 5%
5 Team assemblers 2,200 $29,200 $19,240 - 38,530 0% 5%
6 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,770 $38,640 $27,010 - 54,750 10% 4%
7 Waiters and waitresses 1,710 $19,030 $13,980 - 30,020 11% 14%
8 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,590 $23,410 $15,530 - 32,760 15% 4%
9 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,590 $21,220 $14,730 - 30,340 -8% 8%
10 Business operations specialists, all other 1,430 $46,080 $26,600 - 71,170 21% 49%
11 Home health aides 1,320 $20,730 $16,720 - 25,650 49% 7%
12 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,270 $31,220 $21,410 - 42,860 13% 16%
13 Customer service representatives 1,260 $32,320 $20,450 - 45,720 25% 22%
14 General and operations managers 1,250 $84,380 $37,550 - 157,210 2% 48%
15 Personal and home care aides 1,240 $25,820 $19,010 - 31,940 51% 10%
16 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,220 $25,210 $20,280 - 31,470 18% 7%
17 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,190 $24,590 $16,430 - 33,850 2% 5%
18 Teacher assistants 1,160 $26,130 $17,660 - 36,060 10% 18%
19 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,040 $34,580 $22,000 - 53,310 4% 25%
20 Packers and packagers, hand 950 $18,740 $14,250 - 25,040 -12% 3%
21 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 940 $36,950 $29,420 - 46,470 14% 7%
22 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 900 $42,950 $27,080 - 62,460 6% 29%
23 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 900 $39,060 $28,540 - 50,760 15% 18%
24 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 790 $20,580 $14,330 - 29,410 13% 5%
25 Bartenders 770 $19,600 $14,460 - 25,470 11% 17%
26 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 730 $49,340 $32,790 - 70,280 -5% 15%
27 Receptionists and information clerks 730 $25,770 $17,850 - 33,220 17% 13%
28 Telemarketers 730 $19,140 $15,690 - 22,750 -10% 14%
29 Production workers, all other 710 $29,400 $17,860 - 42,460 2% 5%
30 Cooks, restaurant 710 $20,160 $15,410 - 26,110 12% 5%
31 Maintenance and repair workers, general 670 $34,350 $21,240 - 48,170 10% 6%
32 Food preparation workers 650 $19,930 $15,230 - 25,810 15% 7%
33 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 640 $27,780 $17,680 - 39,500 11% 14%
34 Bill and account collectors 610 $28,020 $20,650 - 37,730 23% 13%
35 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 600 $24,610 $15,360 - 32,130 8% 4%
36 Tellers 590 $22,140 $16,020 - 30,000 14% 16%
37 Carpenters 560 $37,770 $25,270 - 54,960 10% 6%
38 Helpers--production workers 560 $26,760 $18,070 - 39,850 -1% 4%
39 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 550 $27,670 $20,130 - 39,060 -5% 5%
40 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 500 $32,660 $25,730 - 41,790 1% 18%
41 Industrial truck and tractor operators 500 $30,060 $22,920 - 39,420 -2% 2%
42 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 500 $26,990 $17,720 - 37,310 4% 6%
43 Electricians 490 $50,770 $30,720 - 67,920 7% 7%
44 Bus drivers, school 490 $32,030 $23,160 - 45,170 9% 4%
45 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 470 $37,140 $26,000 - 51,320 14% 4%
46 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 450 $24,970 $17,380 - 36,570 18% 6%
47 Assemblers and fabricators, all other 440 $24,850 $16,510 - 38,810 -9% 5%
48 Construction laborers 430 $41,000 $28,450 - 57,780 11% 5%
49 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 430 $40,240 $24,980 - 58,310 8% 3%
50 Dishwashers 420 $16,960 $14,020 - 21,080 10% 3%
51 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 410 $38,050 $27,980 - 54,600 5% 2%
52 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 400 $57,020 $38,680 - 80,350 9% 10%
53 Counter and rental clerks 400 $21,200 $14,040 - 33,210 23% 16%
54 Sales representatives, services, all other 390 $47,850 $26,770 - 88,890 28% 48%
55 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 380 $44,630 $24,920 - 65,740 11% 4%
56 Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 380 $27,920 $20,990 - 39,210 8% 9%
57 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 370 $31,630 $24,790 - 39,510 4% 15%
58 Industrial machinery mechanics 360 $46,390 $34,720 - 62,100 9% 5%
59 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 360 $30,960 $23,940 - 39,790 -7% 14%
60 Sheet metal workers 350 $48,800 $27,800 - 65,390 7% 4%
61 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 330 $16,290 $13,950 - 19,810 10% 17%
62 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 320 $55,900 $36,920 - 79,730 7% 13%
63 Computer support specialists 310 $41,960 $29,560 - 54,450 13% 43%
64 Bindery workers 310 $31,950 $22,450 - 41,450 -22% 7%
65 Printing machine operators 300 $44,760 $27,180 - 61,190 -6% 6%
66 Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 300 $35,480 $28,270 - 41,760 -3% 6%
67 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 300 $22,940 $15,320 - 30,340 10% 5%
68 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 290 $38,190 $28,500 - 50,740 12% 3%
69 Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 290 $33,060 $25,320 - 40,900 3% 4%
70 Loan officers 280 $60,610 $34,420 - 98,240 12% 49%
71 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 280 $52,140 $38,060 - 64,310 11% 33%
72 Driver/sales workers 280 $26,930 $15,160 - 43,850 -5% 4%
73 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 280 $23,750 $15,980 - 31,340 12% 6%
74 Cooks, fast food 280 $19,200 $14,610 - 25,530 8% 5%
75 Parts salespersons 270 $32,450 $18,470 - 47,130 -2% 6%
76 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 270 $25,170 $16,590 - 36,100 11% 5%
77 Machinists 260 $41,370 $32,110 - 51,110 -3% 3%
78 Property, real estate, and community association managers 260 $37,940 $27,380 - 59,970 15% 36%
79 Medical secretaries 260 $33,280 $26,790 - 39,960 17% 18%
80 Preschool teachers, except special education 260 $25,630 $17,200 - 46,580 26% 43%
81 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 250 $63,910 $30,440 - 115,600 4% 38%
82 Pharmacy technicians 250 $29,500 $20,100 - 39,320 32% 16%
83 Child care workers 250 $19,030 $14,230 - 28,560 18% 15%
84 Loan interviewers and clerks 240 $36,790 $26,990 - 49,240 -1% 24%
85 Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 240 $32,650 $26,750 - 40,180 6% 0%
86 Fire fighters 240 $30,040 $15,040 - 51,190 12% 18%
87 Physicians and surgeons, all other 240 $0 $ - 0% 0%
88 Postal service mail carriers 240 $0 $ - 1% 11%
89 Dental assistants 230 $40,700 $31,750 - 50,920 29% 9%
90 Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators, and tenders 230 $34,910 $24,030 - 47,970 -9% 3%
91 Food batchmakers 220 $28,430 $21,240 - 38,730 11% 5%
92 Bus drivers, transit and intercity 220 $26,030 $15,200 - 37,200 13% 4%
93 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 210 $15,850 $13,880 - 17,340 12% 6%
94 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 200 $48,840 $31,340 - 68,890 10% 17%
95 Cost estimators 200 $47,190 $34,900 - 65,570 19% 32%
96 Data entry keyers 200 $25,750 $16,260 - 37,460 -5% 18%
97 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 200 $21,210 $15,010 - 27,140 14% 3%
98 Amusement and recreation attendants 200 $18,980 $14,380 - 24,190 24% 22%
99 Cement masons and concrete finishers 190 $51,700 $30,320 - 73,810 11% 2%
100 Library technicians 190 $40,300 $28,700 - 50,100 9% 27%
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Jobs More Common Near St Cloud Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Farm equipment mechanics 35,120 110 14.6
Ophthalmic laboratory technicians 24,200 140 8.8
Bindery workers 31,950 310 7.9
Grinding and polishing workers, hand 34,670 140 6.8
Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 32,650 240 6.3
Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators, and tenders 34,910 230 5.8
Food preparation and serving related workers, all other 21,410 140 4.9
Production workers, all other 29,400 710 4.5
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 27,920 380 4
Food batchmakers 28,430 220 4
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 33,060 290 3.9
Personal and home care aides 25,820 1,240 3.9
Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 36,920 120 3.5
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 35,480 300 3.5
Education teachers, postsecondary 63,640 100 3.5
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 30,590 180 3.3
Business teachers, postsecondary 56,000 130 3.2
Telemarketers 19,140 730 3.2
Sheet metal workers 48,800 350 3.2
Team assemblers 29,200 2,200 3.1
Medical transcriptionists 33,070 170 3
Prepress technicians and workers 38,030 120 2.9
Highway maintenance workers 41,480 170 2.7
Library technicians 40,300 190 2.6
Community and social service specialists, all other 39,170 180 2.5
Assemblers and fabricators, all other 24,850 440 2.5
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 27,670 550 2.4
Social and human service assistants 24,310 520 2.3
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 51,750 100 2.3
Office machine operators, except computer 30,210 130 2.3
Property, real estate, and community association managers 37,940 260 2.2
Printing machine operators 44,760 300 2.2
Bartenders 19,600 770 2.2
Home health aides 20,730 1,320 2.1
Sales and related workers, all other 42,680 220 2.1
Butchers and meat cutters 28,830 170 2.1
Bus drivers, transit and intercity 26,030 220 2.1
Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 51,760 140 2
Veterinary technologists and technicians 28,860 110 2
Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders 34,260 120 2
Industrial machinery mechanics 46,390 360 2
Bill and account collectors 28,020 610 2
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 22,940 300 2
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 36,950 940 1.9
Library assistants, clerical 22,130 140 1.9
Business operations specialists, all other 46,080 1,430 1.8
Helpers--production workers 26,760 560 1.8
Cooks, short order 20,930 190 1.8
Packers and packagers, hand 18,740 950 1.8
Parts salespersons 32,450 270 1.8

Work Paying Relatively Well in the St Cloud, Minnesota Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Cement masons and concrete finishers 51,700 1.4 190
Printing machine operators 44,760 1.37 300
Library technicians 40,300 1.36 190
Roofers 47,350 1.34 130
Construction laborers 41,000 1.32 430
Personal and home care aides 25,820 1.29 1,240
Dental assistants 40,700 1.26 230
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 51,410 1.26 120
Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 98,880 1.25 240
Grinding and polishing workers, hand 34,670 1.25 140
Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 32,650 1.23 240
Bus drivers, school 32,030 1.22 490
Child, family, and school social workers 48,420 1.19 160
Highway maintenance workers 41,480 1.18 170
Recreation workers 28,470 1.18 110
Teacher assistants 26,130 1.17 1,160
Registered nurses 72,270 1.17 2,080
Medical and health services managers 99,030 1.17 150
Sheet metal workers 48,800 1.17 350
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 22,940 1.15 300
Medical records and health information technicians 36,460 1.15 130
Loan interviewers and clerks 36,790 1.15 240
Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders 34,260 1.15 120
Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators, and tenders 34,910 1.15 230
Medical secretaries 33,280 1.15 260
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 19,590 1.14 2,370
Office machine operators, except computer 30,210 1.13 130
Helpers--production workers 26,760 1.13 560
Paralegals and legal assistants 48,460 1.13 170
Bindery workers 31,950 1.13 310
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 32,660 1.12 500
Machinists 41,370 1.12 260
Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 38,830 1.12 150
Financial managers 103,640 1.12 220
Pharmacists 116,330 1.11 240
First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 38,760 1.11 120
Food batchmakers 28,430 1.11 220
Cooks, fast food 19,200 1.1 280
Bakers 26,510 1.1 140
Customer service representatives 32,320 1.09 1,260
Sales and related workers, all other 42,680 1.09 220
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 57,890 1.09 150
Medical assistants 30,460 1.08 190
Dental hygienists 68,800 1.08 170
Electricians 50,770 1.08 490
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 38,050 1.08 410
Prepress technicians and workers 38,030 1.08 120
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 33,060 1.08 290
Radiologic technologists and technicians 55,110 1.08 130
Receptionists and information clerks 25,770 1.08 730

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