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Jackson Employment

Employment and Industries in the Jackson, Mississippi Area

Jackson, Mississippi is regarded as a major business force in the state of Mississippi. The city includes a variety of business and industries. Agriculture is also an important factor for the region's economy. Due to being the state capital, the city includes a large number of government jobs. Other vital economic sectors include distribution and trade, construction, healthcare, telecommunications and tourism.

Jackson, Mississippi includes numerous high paying industrial companies. The manufacturing sector includes over 500 manufacturing firms. Jobs are provided by companies producing items such as fabricated metals, electrical and electronic equipment, automobiles and related automotive components, apparel, food products, furniture, rubber and plastic products, wood products and aircraft parts.

The Nissan Motor Co., plant also contributes to the economy. Jackson also includes the headquarters of banks such as First American Bank, Consumer National Bank, Trustmark National Bank and First Commercial Bank.

The state of Mississippi offers industries custom designed pre-employment training, post-employment training and upgrade/retraining services. Also, Jackson's business operating expenses are among the lowest in the country.

The Jackson Mississippi area has numerous major employers including:

  • State of Mississippi - Government
  • University of Mississippi - Education
  • U.S. Government- Government
  • Jackson Public School District - Education
  • Nissan North America Inc. - Manufacturing automobiles
  • Baptist Health Systems - Healthcare
  • St. Dominic Health Services - Healthcare
  • Mississippi State Hospital - Healthcare
  • City of Jackson - Government
  • Rankin County School District - Education
  • Trustmark National Bank - Financial services
  • Saks, Inc - Department stores
  • SkyTel Communications, Inc - Wireless communications
  • Jackson State University - Education
  • River Oaks Health Systems - Healthcare
  • Bell South - Local exchange service, Internet access
  • Central Mississippi Medical Center - Healthcare
  • Kroger Grocery stores
  • Delphi Automotive Systems - Manufacturing automotive electrical systems and components
  • Blue Cross, Blue Shield - Insurance

The top nonagricultural job providing sectors in Jackson, Mississippi are:

  • Government
  • Trade, transportation and utilities
  • Education and health services
  • Professional and business services
  • Leisure and hospitality
  • Manufacturing
  • Financial activities

Interesting details about Jackson Mississippi: The estimated household income in the city in 2007 was $33,000. Regarding the adult population, 27% have a bachelor's degree or higher. The cost of living index in Jackson in 2008 was at 82.5

Local businesses are invited to work with useful associations including:

The newspaper the Clarion-Ledger keeps readers current regarding local business and industry news.

Most Popular Jobs in Jackson, Mississippi 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 7,270 $58,560 $38,760 - 80,290 24% 56%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 2,990 $52,040 $28,280 - 79,310 8% 51%
3 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 2,330 $42,300 $28,980 - 58,830 6% 96%
4 Elementary school teachers, except special education 2,330 $41,750 $33,160 - 54,410 14% 95%
5 Accountants and auditors 1,610 $54,310 $31,440 - 88,880 18% 79%
6 Lawyers 1,230 $103,050 $51,600 - 11% 99%
7 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,220 $40,850 $30,450 - 53,850 11% 95%
8 Chief executives 1,180 $119,270 $49,630 - 2% 65%
9 Financial managers 920 $79,840 $44,090 - 126,250 13% 60%
10 Public relations specialists 850 $38,980 $27,220 - 50,980 18% 81%
11 Network and computer systems administrators 650 $50,530 $32,410 - 74,860 27% 50%
12 Computer software engineers, applications 640 $63,600 $43,400 - 89,160 45% 85%
13 Child, family, and school social workers 610 $31,080 $21,900 - 43,050 19% 77%
14 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 600 $52,550 $34,220 - 70,750 12% 51%
15 Self-enrichment education teachers 590 $37,140 $24,030 - 57,500 23% 54%
16 Computer systems analysts 580 $59,740 $38,760 - 84,960 29% 68%
17 Computer programmers 570 $51,610 $28,230 - 82,740 -4% 73%
18 Medical and public health social workers 560 $34,460 $21,610 - 53,400 24% 77%
19 Pharmacists 540 $94,880 $69,030 - 125,610 22% 97%
20 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 530 $36,390 $23,470 - 53,010 18% 56%
21 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 500 $45,120 $28,730 - 69,700 5% 58%
22 Social and human service assistants 500 $25,930 $16,980 - 39,690 34% 58%
23 Civil engineers 490 $67,930 $47,510 - 91,010 18% 87%
24 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 480 $46,450 $27,850 - 66,350 13% 73%
25 Medical and health services managers 470 $75,410 $41,180 - 111,300 16% 57%
26 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 460 $77,230 $48,340 - 114,380 12% 51%
27 Detectives and criminal investigators 430 $57,860 $33,560 - 92,980 17% 54%
28 Insurance underwriters 380 $56,950 $30,560 - 98,110 6% 53%
29 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 380 $35,620 $18,090 - 57,050 14% 54%
30 Physical therapists 370 $75,500 $49,180 - 113,330 27% 89%
31 Coaches and scouts 370 $50,560 $24,800 - 86,130 15% 60%
32 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 360 $71,650 $50,530 - 94,130 8% 78%
33 Management analysts 360 $55,420 $34,400 - 82,830 22% 78%
34 Sales managers 350 $97,760 $49,720 - 10% 69%
35 Librarians 350 $42,750 $25,050 - 61,430 4% 85%
36 Training and development specialists 350 $42,110 $28,170 - 60,310 18% 56%
37 Computer and information systems managers 340 $78,090 $42,490 - 127,040 16% 73%
38 Personal financial advisors 340 $59,130 $30,130 - 104,770 41% 81%
39 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 330 $30,180 $20,570 - 40,400 15% 51%
40 Electrical engineers 320 $74,700 $46,080 - 109,760 6% 81%
41 Education administrators, postsecondary 320 $63,880 $41,160 - 87,970 14% 78%
42 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 310 $0 $ - 25% 67%
43 Industrial engineers 300 $70,290 $47,080 - 99,770 20% 74%
44 Speech-language pathologists 300 $64,350 $39,190 - 98,400 11% 98%
45 Social and community service managers 300 $45,510 $29,320 - 64,340 25% 72%
46 Marketing managers 280 $88,410 $45,200 - 139,880 14% 69%
47 Instructional coordinators 280 $47,360 $22,550 - 75,110 23% 79%
48 Advertising sales agents 280 $36,830 $19,110 - 63,710 20% 56%
49 Environmental engineers 260 $61,240 $45,260 - 80,380 25% 86%
50 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 260 $46,560 $34,870 - 62,840 20% 87%
51 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 240 $69,510 $34,040 - 16% 99%
52 Occupational therapists 240 $67,740 $47,010 - 88,490 23% 90%
53 Health educators 220 $39,000 $23,180 - 64,550 26% 58%
54 Graphic designers 210 $42,050 $27,530 - 73,950 10% 55%
55 Managers, all other 200 $85,870 $47,300 - 127,730 7% 55%
56 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 200 $32,550 $24,040 - 43,880 30% 77%
57 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 190 $31,770 $22,510 - 45,480 34% 73%
58 Interior designers 190 $28,110 $20,420 - 41,140 20% 55%
59 Engineering managers 180 $92,710 $61,030 - 135,040 7% 84%
60 Network systems and data communications analysts 180 $60,750 $29,020 - 87,980 53% 57%
61 Recreational therapists 180 $33,670 $25,990 - 48,330 4% 77%
62 Mechanical engineers 170 $70,390 $52,220 - 97,490 4% 78%
63 Database administrators 170 $53,500 $28,560 - 77,540 29% 72%
64 Conservation scientists 170 $53,480 $38,860 - 73,110 5% 86%
65 Surveyors 170 $52,660 $24,660 - 79,340 24% 82%
66 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 170 $44,880 $34,830 - 58,600 -5% 96%
67 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 170 $40,070 $29,510 - 52,140 18% 56%
68 Rehabilitation counselors 170 $37,400 $14,920 - 52,230 23% 73%
69 Dentists, general 160 $112,620 $46,900 - 9% 100%
70 Teachers and instructors, all other 160 $46,030 $25,320 - 78,010 9% 54%
71 Dietitians and nutritionists 160 $43,230 $18,610 - 65,650 9% 72%
72 Computer software engineers, systems software 150 $71,920 $44,780 - 102,370 28% 85%
73 Public relations managers 150 $62,610 $27,410 - 132,530 17% 75%
74 Special education teachers, secondary school 150 $45,570 $35,730 - 58,970 9% 87%
75 Legislators 150 $22,290 $15,040 - 30,780 1% 65%
76 Computer specialists, all other 140 $68,430 $54,260 - 83,090 15% 68%
77 Compensation and benefits managers 130 $70,610 $45,800 - 102,160 12% 58%
78 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 130 $64,560 $41,230 - 92,280 17% 56%
79 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 130 $42,510 $31,440 - 54,680 25% 93%
80 Training and development managers 120 $74,560 $39,810 - 109,800 16% 58%
81 Budget analysts 120 $50,660 $34,310 - 76,240 7% 78%
82 Editors 120 $42,020 $15,840 - 70,430 2% 81%
83 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 120 $41,300 $28,270 - 54,860 24% 78%
84 Tax preparers 120 $26,950 $17,400 - 55,980 -8% 54%
85 Purchasing managers 110 $65,980 $42,060 - 102,200 3% 57%
86 Mental health counselors 110 $46,900 $30,650 - 66,080 30% 73%
87 Special education teachers, middle school 110 $43,530 $34,250 - 61,440 16% 87%
88 Floral designers 110 $21,950 $14,570 - 31,500 -9% 55%
89 Veterinarians 100 $83,960 $38,660 - 35% 100%
90 Market research analysts 100 $61,770 $24,860 - 120,450 20% 82%
91 Commercial pilots 100 $60,090 $33,890 - 90,500 13% 74%
92 Occupational health and safety specialists 90 $58,690 $29,900 - 82,020 8% 72%
93 Producers and directors 90 $33,510 $15,590 - 47,120 11% 75%
94 Financial analysts 80 $70,700 $45,430 - 102,060 34% 87%
95 Financial specialists, all other 80 $69,120 $44,520 - 97,770 12% 50%
96 Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates 80 $53,910 $20,580 - 123,600 5% 99%
97 Reporters and correspondents 80 $39,750 $22,990 - 59,920 1% 85%
98 Optometrists 70 $86,860 $49,460 - 127,010 11% 100%
99 Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 70 $72,870 $40,970 - 122,050 22% 93%
100 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 70 $42,130 $25,790 - 93,920 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 Cashiers 8,540 $17,260 $13,160 - 22,950 -3% 10%
2 Retail salespersons 8,140 $24,740 $13,850 - 40,650 12% 25%
3 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 6,350 $26,670 $18,220 - 36,730 1% 18%
4 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 5,020 $22,600 $16,190 - 31,180 2% 5%
5 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 4,970 $38,560 $24,220 - 58,450 10% 4%
6 General and operations managers 4,470 $94,410 $43,030 - 2% 48%
7 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 4,370 $19,600 $16,370 - 24,820 18% 7%
8 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 4,340 $34,350 $22,870 - 49,590 13% 16%
9 Office clerks, general 4,000 $22,550 $14,120 - 32,530 13% 19%
10 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 3,710 $19,710 $14,000 - 25,650 15% 4%
11 Stock clerks and order fillers 3,580 $23,450 $15,030 - 32,480 -8% 8%
12 Customer service representatives 3,570 $27,690 $17,630 - 40,770 25% 22%
13 Food preparation workers 3,490 $16,170 $12,950 - 20,500 15% 7%
14 Security guards 3,350 $19,120 $13,990 - 24,700 17% 13%
15 Waiters and waitresses 3,260 $15,720 $12,770 - 18,940 11% 14%
16 Maintenance and repair workers, general 3,140 $29,710 $19,740 - 44,440 10% 6%
17 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 3,090 $47,790 $27,650 - 69,860 6% 29%
18 Psychiatric aides 2,960 $19,020 $16,470 - 23,410 -0% 7%
19 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 2,790 $37,710 $21,590 - 60,370 4% 25%
20 Receptionists and information clerks 2,590 $21,640 $15,150 - 30,440 17% 13%
21 Cooks, fast food 2,420 $16,240 $12,990 - 20,350 8% 5%
22 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 2,270 $35,500 $26,970 - 46,060 14% 7%
23 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 2,250 $34,390 $23,160 - 49,500 15% 18%
24 Teacher assistants 2,200 $16,330 $13,000 - 21,800 10% 18%
25 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 2,030 $28,800 $17,970 - 45,580 8% 4%
26 Team assemblers 1,880 $22,830 $15,000 - 31,480 0% 5%
27 Construction laborers 1,860 $23,200 $14,160 - 32,550 11% 5%
28 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 1,830 $33,700 $18,910 - 60,340 4% 6%
29 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,760 $28,580 $19,990 - 42,350 11% 14%
30 Cooks, restaurant 1,680 $19,360 $14,240 - 25,040 12% 5%
31 Child care workers 1,630 $16,810 $13,150 - 21,180 18% 15%
32 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,620 $15,690 $12,840 - 20,110 13% 5%
33 Electricians 1,490 $44,310 $23,950 - 76,970 7% 7%
34 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 1,490 $15,630 $12,850 - 21,370 18% 5%
35 Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers 1,430 $20,670 $16,520 - 26,610 11% 2%
36 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 1,410 $31,970 $23,690 - 40,590 11% 33%
37 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,380 $31,880 $20,250 - 48,030 14% 4%
38 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 1,330 $15,570 $12,920 - 19,590 10% 8%
39 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,220 $26,190 $20,760 - 32,700 -2% 2%
40 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 1,210 $30,060 $23,550 - 37,710 8% 3%
41 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,180 $21,190 $15,740 - 27,430 18% 6%
42 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,150 $42,610 $24,820 - 63,170 -5% 15%
43 Correctional officers and jailers 1,120 $24,470 $19,340 - 31,270 17% 11%
44 Helpers--production workers 1,120 $20,070 $13,770 - 26,070 -1% 4%
45 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 1,090 $30,900 $20,710 - 45,820 11% 4%
46 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 1,080 $46,720 $27,530 - 74,000 9% 10%
47 Tellers 1,070 $23,000 $17,390 - 29,840 14% 16%
48 Packers and packagers, hand 1,050 $18,960 $13,410 - 24,660 -12% 3%
49 Insurance sales agents 1,040 $55,150 $26,330 - 94,390 13% 45%
50 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 1,030 $51,380 $29,280 - 77,470 7% 13%
51 Paralegals and legal assistants 1,000 $39,010 $27,570 - 57,840 22% 45%
52 Carpenters 990 $31,540 $19,680 - 41,290 10% 6%
53 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 980 $28,900 $21,210 - 38,060 4% 15%
54 Counter and rental clerks 960 $24,950 $13,530 - 40,300 23% 16%
55 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 950 $17,870 $13,350 - 23,470 11% 5%
56 Dishwashers 910 $15,670 $12,950 - 19,510 10% 3%
57 Computer support specialists 870 $40,940 $25,280 - 61,190 13% 43%
58 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 850 $34,950 $23,920 - 54,740 -1% 22%
59 Business operations specialists, all other 840 $57,490 $31,840 - 86,130 21% 49%
60 Food servers, nonrestaurant 820 $14,920 $12,710 - 18,740 16% 9%
61 Loan officers 770 $67,490 $33,700 - 100,470 12% 49%
62 Bus drivers, school 670 $17,580 $12,940 - 23,120 9% 4%
63 Bill and account collectors 660 $27,840 $21,110 - 37,100 23% 13%
64 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 640 $25,860 $17,160 - 35,020 10% 24%
65 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 620 $56,840 $34,510 - 83,050 9% 47%
66 Driver/sales workers 620 $28,130 $14,470 - 41,190 -5% 4%
67 Medical records and health information technicians 610 $29,490 $18,970 - 44,250 18% 12%
68 Data entry keyers 580 $23,360 $17,660 - 30,620 -5% 18%
69 Postal service mail carriers 570 $0 $ - 1% 11%
70 Legal secretaries 560 $41,210 $29,580 - 51,960 12% 18%
71 Electrical power-line installers and repairers 550 $41,540 $29,410 - 54,630 7% 6%
72 Parts salespersons 550 $31,760 $15,570 - 49,650 -2% 6%
73 Home health aides 550 $19,470 $15,730 - 24,290 49% 7%
74 Administrative services managers 540 $56,320 $29,690 - 84,490 12% 40%
75 Sales representatives, services, all other 540 $48,360 $30,270 - 63,920 28% 48%
76 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 530 $34,040 $18,850 - 53,180 12% 3%
77 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 520 $46,670 $29,600 - 67,980 10% 17%
78 Preschool teachers, except special education 520 $24,550 $13,510 - 39,280 26% 43%
79 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 520 $18,970 $13,500 - 25,510 14% 3%
80 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 510 $32,830 $23,430 - 41,170 5% 2%
81 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 510 $16,410 $13,090 - 20,380 10% 17%
82 Radiologic technologists and technicians 500 $46,610 $28,740 - 64,770 15% 25%
83 Telecommunications line installers and repairers 500 $34,410 $20,510 - 58,440 5% 8%
84 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 490 $69,160 $36,830 - 117,340 4% 38%
85 Pharmacy technicians 490 $25,820 $18,590 - 34,210 32% 16%
86 Switchboard operators, including answering service 490 $22,050 $16,450 - 29,360 -8% 10%
87 File clerks 490 $20,820 $14,800 - 27,330 -41% 20%
88 Family and general practitioners 480 $193,290 $112,600 - 0% 0%
89 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 480 $45,100 $28,400 - 71,020 0% 42%
90 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 470 $29,930 $15,740 - 45,870 -7% 14%
91 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 470 $15,210 $12,830 - 19,080 12% 6%
92 Painters, construction and maintenance 460 $28,300 $21,310 - 38,660 12% 6%
93 Couriers and messengers 460 $19,270 $13,480 - 28,190 -0% 12%
94 Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 450 $35,950 $27,550 - 46,930 12% 3%
95 Kindergarten teachers, except special education 440 $36,100 $16,440 - 52,820 16% 43%
96 Respiratory therapists 420 $57,120 $36,510 - 95,090 23% 28%
97 Real estate sales agents 420 $31,020 $13,790 - 41,540 11% 45%
98 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 420 $17,070 $13,040 - 22,670 17% 14%
99 Eligibility interviewers, government programs 410 $32,170 $25,800 - 41,390 3% 38%
100 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 410 $31,990 $15,420 - 46,190 27% 47%
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Jobs More Common Near Jackson Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Psychiatric aides 19,020 2,960 44.9
Conservation scientists 53,480 170 15
Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers 20,670 1,430 11.6
Emergency management specialists 0 130 9.5
Farm equipment mechanics 30,200 140 7.1
Recreational therapists 33,670 180 5.3
Electrical and electronics drafters 46,010 290 5
Psychiatric technicians 22,540 250 4.7
Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 35,620 380 4
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 41,540 550 3.8
Education teachers, postsecondary 50,290 280 3.7
First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers 40,570 110 3.5
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 26,070 140 3.3
Occupational therapist assistants 39,160 130 3.3
Correctional officers and jailers 24,470 1,120 3.1
Commercial pilots 60,090 100 3
Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 40,150 300 2.9
Eligibility interviewers, government programs 32,170 410 2.8
Family and general practitioners 193,290 480 2.8
Business teachers, postsecondary 50,080 290 2.8
Environmental engineers 61,240 260 2.8
Detectives and criminal investigators 57,860 430 2.7
Computer science teachers, postsecondary 53,200 120 2.7
Couriers and messengers 19,270 460 2.5
Cooks, fast food 16,240 2,420 2.5
Title examiners, abstractors, and searchers 50,690 230 2.5
Residential advisors 25,950 180 2.4
Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 23,040 310 2.4
Food servers, nonrestaurant 14,920 820 2.4
English language and literature teachers, postsecondary 60,260 210 2.4
Respiratory therapists 57,120 420 2.3
Pressers, textile, garment, and related materials 17,070 240 2.3
Medical and public health social workers 34,460 560 2.2
Appraisers and assessors of real estate 45,430 240 2.2
Training and development managers 74,560 120 2.2
Cardiovascular technologists and technicians 44,120 180 2.2
Chief executives 119,270 1,180 2.2
Food preparation workers 16,170 3,490 2.2
Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 47,010 380 2.1
Mathematical science teachers, postsecondary 54,020 130 2.1
Education administrators, postsecondary 63,880 320 2.1
Tire repairers and changers 24,670 330 2.1
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 35,950 450 2.1
Insurance underwriters 56,950 380 2
Health educators 39,000 220 2
Hazardous materials removal workers 30,100 130 2
Surgeons 212,920 160 2
Pipelayers 24,850 170 2
Medical records and health information technicians 29,490 610 2
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 52,550 600 2

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Jackson, Mississippi Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Coaches and scouts 50,560 1.42 370
Tool and die makers 61,350 1.35 240
Pest control workers 40,680 1.3 220
Teachers and instructors, all other 46,030 1.21 160
Title examiners, abstractors, and searchers 50,690 1.2 230
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 64,560 1.19 130
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 33,700 1.18 1,830
Family and general practitioners 193,290 1.17 480
Office and administrative support workers, all other 36,200 1.17 150
Mental health counselors 46,900 1.15 110
Legal secretaries 41,210 1.15 560
Loan officers 67,490 1.14 770
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 28,190 1.12 220
All other information and record clerks 36,760 1.11 210
Respiratory therapists 57,120 1.1 420
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 37,080 1.1 220
Computer operators 38,590 1.1 250
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 32,340 1.1 260
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 33,800 1.08 200
Driver/sales workers 28,130 1.07 620
Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 34,350 1.07 4,340
Food service managers 51,990 1.07 230
Counter and rental clerks 24,950 1.07 960
Surgeons 212,920 1.07 160
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 31,990 1.06 410
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 54,240 1.06 400
First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 47,790 1.06 3,090
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 77,230 1.06 460
Sewing machine operators 23,770 1.06 260
Personal and home care aides 21,050 1.05 400
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 34,950 1.05 850
Payroll and timekeeping clerks 35,020 1.05 390
Graphic designers 42,050 1.04 210
Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 69,510 1.04 240
Tire repairers and changers 24,670 1.04 330
Parts salespersons 31,760 1.04 550
Managers, all other 85,870 1.04 200
Rehabilitation counselors 37,400 1.04 170
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 52,530 1.03 200
Physical therapists 75,500 1.03 370
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 38,560 1.03 4,970
Stock clerks and order fillers 23,450 1.03 3,580
Order clerks 28,790 1.02 310
Cargo and freight agents 39,560 1.02 140
Residential advisors 25,950 1.02 180
Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 56,840 1.02 620
Computer specialists, all other 68,430 1.01 140
Retail salespersons 24,740 1.01 8,140
Procurement clerks 34,990 1.01 140
Occupational therapists 67,740 1.01 240

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