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Columbia Employment

Employment and Industries in the Columbia, Missouri Area

The tables here illustrate essential information about work and employment in the area. Information includes:

  • A table of the most numerous types of work found here, both for jobs generally requiring college degrees and jobs not requiring college degrees.
  • A table listing those careers significantly more common in Columbia than in other US cities; this is useful both for career planning and for understanding the nature of Columbia.
  • A list of the highest-paying jobs in Columbia.
  • A list of any large public companies in Columbia.

Most Popular Jobs in Columbia, Missouri 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 2,900 $57,120 $38,590 - 77,830 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 660 $38,430 $27,980 - 54,090 14% 95%
3 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 640 $48,070 $20,580 - 91,570 8% 51%
4 Accountants and auditors 610 $51,110 $32,190 - 76,410 18% 79%
5 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 560 $38,290 $27,870 - 53,040 6% 96%
6 Computer programmers 470 $59,180 $40,170 - 81,820 -4% 73%
7 Teachers and instructors, all other 470 $27,240 $16,590 - 45,420 9% 54%
8 Public relations specialists 340 $42,950 $28,190 - 61,520 18% 81%
9 Network and computer systems administrators 330 $49,340 $30,640 - 67,020 27% 50%
10 Insurance underwriters 320 $59,230 $39,120 - 82,400 6% 53%
11 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 310 $29,430 $17,160 - 47,190 15% 51%
12 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 280 $47,810 $34,660 - 65,010 11% 95%
13 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 280 $40,880 $27,130 - 63,020 13% 73%
14 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 250 $52,020 $39,370 - 65,380 12% 51%
15 Civil engineers 200 $66,130 $47,450 - 81,400 18% 87%
16 Lawyers 190 $86,170 $47,160 - 11% 99%
17 Chief executives 170 $127,400 $60,110 - 2% 65%
18 Managers, all other 170 $84,950 $35,730 - 141,810 7% 55%
19 Computer systems analysts 170 $64,300 $39,100 - 94,130 29% 68%
20 Management analysts 170 $61,500 $36,510 - 92,840 22% 78%
21 Graphic designers 160 $35,160 $19,250 - 55,750 10% 55%
22 Pharmacists 150 $100,310 $85,360 - 126,420 22% 97%
23 Medical and health services managers 150 $81,470 $40,380 - 133,310 16% 57%
24 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 150 $45,850 $28,560 - 66,280 -5% 96%
25 Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 140 $51,520 $31,660 - 76,220 20% 99%
26 Training and development specialists 140 $47,700 $29,250 - 68,510 18% 56%
27 Self-enrichment education teachers 140 $28,650 $17,230 - 52,130 23% 54%
28 Social and human service assistants 140 $27,920 $20,000 - 38,950 34% 58%
29 Architects, except landscape and naval 130 $53,120 $27,630 - 80,090 18% 88%
30 Librarians 130 $47,020 $30,850 - 65,550 4% 85%
31 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 130 $42,040 $30,740 - 58,350 20% 87%
32 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 130 $24,430 $16,560 - 39,850 30% 77%
33 Financial managers 120 $107,460 $67,550 - 165,080 13% 60%
34 Sales managers 120 $84,400 $52,970 - 133,620 10% 69%
35 Child, family, and school social workers 120 $34,620 $26,720 - 47,250 19% 77%
36 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 110 $71,150 $53,010 - 101,030 8% 78%
37 Physical therapists 110 $57,770 $44,390 - 76,680 27% 89%
38 Medical and public health social workers 110 $41,170 $29,090 - 58,330 24% 77%
39 Rehabilitation counselors 110 $33,540 $25,350 - 45,250 23% 73%
40 Education administrators, postsecondary 110 $0 $ - 14% 78%
41 Computer and information systems managers 100 $88,900 $63,160 - 126,930 16% 73%
42 Speech-language pathologists 100 $55,530 $35,260 - 77,940 11% 98%
43 Occupational health and safety specialists 100 $51,530 $36,190 - 72,750 8% 72%
44 Editors 100 $41,930 $22,600 - 70,150 2% 81%
45 Tax preparers 100 $19,050 $14,560 - 26,390 -8% 54%
46 Public relations managers 90 $90,440 $60,380 - 124,770 17% 75%
47 Coaches and scouts 90 $78,510 $31,120 - 15% 60%
48 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 90 $46,970 $29,260 - 69,310 5% 58%
49 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 90 $41,290 $26,840 - 56,520 18% 56%
50 Biological technicians 90 $33,630 $19,020 - 55,930 16% 60%
51 Occupational therapists 80 $60,650 $44,480 - 79,380 23% 90%
52 Chemists 80 $60,150 $36,330 - 96,790 9% 93%
53 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 80 $49,740 $29,980 - 70,550 17% 56%
54 Producers and directors 80 $48,890 $25,410 - 91,130 11% 75%
55 Network systems and data communications analysts 80 $48,040 $30,770 - 76,760 53% 57%
56 Veterinarians 80 $42,940 $23,230 - 70,490 35% 100%
57 Special education teachers, middle school 80 $41,020 $27,690 - 58,560 16% 87%
58 Dentists, general 70 $173,840 $50,930 - 9% 100%
59 Social and community service managers 70 $40,550 $29,250 - 54,500 25% 72%
60 Special education teachers, secondary school 70 $37,760 $27,340 - 50,690 9% 87%
61 Natural sciences managers 50 $109,390 $81,410 - 137,680 11% 93%
62 Physician assistants 50 $76,500 $58,520 - 100,980 27% 67%
63 Biological scientists, all other 50 $60,740 $29,350 - 100,320 4% 95%
64 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 50 $53,660 $35,630 - 79,090 16% 99%
65 Cartographers and photogrammetrists 50 $41,830 $25,610 - 55,690 20% 82%
66 Advertising sales agents 50 $40,430 $20,470 - 71,940 20% 56%
67 Reporters and correspondents 50 $30,250 $17,900 - 38,460 1% 85%
68 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 50 $0 $ - 12% 51%
69 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 50 $0 $ - 25% 93%
70 Personal financial advisors 40 $102,890 $29,350 - 41% 81%
71 Engineering managers 40 $101,950 $69,250 - 136,290 7% 84%
72 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 40 $101,580 $28,150 - 25% 67%
73 Marketing managers 40 $101,250 $67,310 - 144,550 14% 69%
74 Electrical engineers 40 $69,500 $55,120 - 99,350 6% 81%
75 Optometrists 40 $63,650 $34,900 - 82,230 11% 100%
76 Database administrators 40 $59,110 $36,450 - 82,840 29% 72%
77 Computer specialists, all other 40 $58,770 $20,170 - 87,420 15% 68%
78 Computer software engineers, applications 40 $57,230 $36,000 - 79,600 45% 85%
79 Dietitians and nutritionists 40 $50,450 $33,510 - 70,010 9% 72%
80 Surveyors 40 $48,330 $35,420 - 65,230 24% 82%
81 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 40 $46,150 $29,940 - 64,270 18% 56%
82 Financial analysts 40 $45,810 $31,550 - 63,030 34% 87%
83 Market research analysts 40 $41,440 $27,920 - 63,770 20% 82%
84 Health educators 40 $40,210 $26,490 - 56,220 26% 58%
85 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 40 $29,820 $22,460 - 38,290 24% 78%
86 Statisticians 30 $61,240 $38,790 - 95,600 9% 93%
87 Writers and authors 30 $45,710 $35,020 - 61,110 13% 84%
88 Instructional coordinators 30 $42,620 $29,910 - 58,900 23% 79%
89 Recreational therapists 30 $34,700 $25,430 - 47,720 4% 77%

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 3,130 $24,650 $14,590 - 42,480 12% 25%
2 Office clerks, general 2,970 $25,790 $16,570 - 36,650 13% 19%
3 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 2,480 $16,840 $14,250 - 20,870 18% 5%
4 Cashiers 2,340 $18,250 $14,440 - 24,050 -3% 10%
5 Waiters and waitresses 2,340 $17,090 $14,290 - 23,110 11% 14%
6 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,470 $21,590 $16,010 - 28,840 2% 5%
7 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,200 $35,370 $25,300 - 49,630 15% 18%
8 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,080 $19,640 $14,380 - 29,440 -8% 8%
9 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,070 $22,690 $16,050 - 29,930 15% 4%
10 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,010 $26,840 $17,250 - 41,580 1% 18%
11 Medical secretaries 950 $28,010 $21,350 - 37,400 17% 18%
12 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 910 $22,110 $17,010 - 29,120 18% 7%
13 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 900 $17,600 $14,540 - 20,900 13% 5%
14 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 890 $29,240 $17,740 - 39,930 13% 16%
15 Team assemblers 880 $27,550 $19,130 - 37,440 0% 5%
16 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 860 $34,610 $18,600 - 49,300 10% 4%
17 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 860 $33,430 $25,890 - 41,090 14% 7%
18 Maintenance and repair workers, general 790 $30,950 $16,940 - 47,630 10% 6%
19 Cooks, restaurant 790 $19,870 $15,830 - 25,150 12% 5%
20 Teacher assistants 770 $18,600 $14,310 - 24,570 10% 18%
21 Machinists 750 $31,230 $24,900 - 40,430 -3% 3%
22 Carpenters 740 $35,260 $21,790 - 51,600 10% 6%
23 General and operations managers 720 $82,620 $32,450 - 2% 48%
24 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 650 $47,420 $26,240 - 82,150 6% 29%
25 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 620 $30,630 $15,900 - 55,160 8% 4%
26 Customer service representatives 620 $29,060 $17,110 - 41,730 25% 22%
27 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 600 $38,830 $22,020 - 56,980 4% 25%
28 Construction laborers 540 $33,490 $15,900 - 56,240 11% 5%
29 Tellers 530 $20,600 $17,090 - 24,960 14% 16%
30 Computer support specialists 520 $38,740 $23,300 - 58,660 13% 43%
31 Receptionists and information clerks 520 $21,060 $16,070 - 30,000 17% 13%
32 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 510 $49,550 $33,300 - 74,590 9% 47%
33 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 510 $34,880 $25,360 - 47,470 -1% 22%
34 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 490 $42,540 $27,940 - 73,750 8% 3%
35 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 480 $33,530 $16,320 - 50,920 14% 4%
36 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 470 $32,920 $18,140 - 51,020 11% 14%
37 Home health aides 450 $23,270 $16,930 - 43,070 49% 7%
38 Driver/sales workers 450 $21,930 $14,400 - 39,880 -5% 4%
39 Food preparation workers 440 $18,960 $14,820 - 24,250 15% 7%
40 Production workers, all other 420 $27,010 $17,430 - 39,080 2% 5%
41 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 420 $23,550 $17,420 - 31,690 18% 6%
42 Business operations specialists, all other 400 $50,780 $24,230 - 80,630 21% 49%
43 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 400 $22,960 $14,480 - 37,930 12% 6%
44 Bill and account collectors 380 $28,890 $17,390 - 41,280 23% 13%
45 Preschool teachers, except special education 380 $20,820 $14,680 - 28,180 26% 43%
46 Pharmacy technicians 370 $23,360 $16,510 - 33,400 32% 16%
47 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 360 $28,150 $16,890 - 48,370 4% 6%
48 Counter and rental clerks 350 $20,540 $14,380 - 33,860 23% 16%
49 Bartenders 350 $18,570 $14,290 - 28,730 11% 17%
50 Electricians 340 $37,410 $26,350 - 50,820 7% 7%
51 Security guards 340 $24,720 $14,800 - 39,050 17% 13%
52 Personal and home care aides 340 $23,820 $16,430 - 38,010 51% 10%
53 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 330 $36,950 $21,740 - 55,440 11% 4%
54 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 330 $16,580 $14,310 - 20,160 10% 17%
55 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 310 $49,740 $37,400 - 64,040 9% 10%
56 Dishwashers 300 $16,310 $14,310 - 19,580 10% 3%
57 Radiologic technologists and technicians 250 $49,730 $36,120 - 66,990 15% 25%
58 Medical records and health information technicians 240 $31,280 $20,750 - 47,080 18% 12%
59 Dental assistants 240 $30,690 $23,340 - 38,990 29% 9%
60 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 240 $17,220 $14,280 - 23,000 12% 6%
61 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 230 $18,450 $14,360 - 25,290 10% 5%
62 Cooks, short order 230 $16,780 $14,310 - 20,780 5% 5%
63 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 220 $22,570 $16,650 - 31,350 11% 5%
64 Business teachers, postsecondary 210 $82,140 $29,210 - 166,030 0% 0%
65 Sales representatives, services, all other 210 $52,030 $24,320 - 80,160 28% 48%
66 Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 210 $32,390 $22,360 - 42,530 19% 14%
67 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 210 $18,260 $15,100 - 21,760 17% 14%
68 Postal service mail carriers 210 $0 $ - 1% 11%
69 Loan officers 200 $50,270 $27,530 - 84,950 12% 49%
70 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 200 $28,220 $19,170 - 38,570 4% 15%
71 Insurance sales agents 190 $51,580 $25,980 - 79,550 13% 45%
72 Cement masons and concrete finishers 190 $49,260 $27,940 - 83,220 11% 2%
73 Respiratory therapists 190 $48,820 $35,370 - 63,710 23% 28%
74 Library technicians 190 $26,050 $20,230 - 33,700 9% 27%
75 Child care workers 190 $22,400 $16,590 - 28,900 18% 15%
76 All other information and record clerks 180 $32,650 $22,350 - 44,460 -13% 21%
77 Industrial truck and tractor operators 180 $26,190 $19,410 - 33,590 -2% 2%
78 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 180 $0 $ - -8% 12%
79 Cost estimators 170 $51,270 $28,620 - 79,250 19% 32%
80 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 170 $48,470 $27,870 - 71,710 -5% 15%
81 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 160 $52,350 $34,310 - 67,660 9% 3%
82 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 160 $49,800 $26,460 - 69,660 7% 13%
83 Data entry keyers 160 $23,790 $15,240 - 32,730 -5% 18%
84 Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 160 $20,720 $15,240 - 24,880 13% 15%
85 Education teachers, postsecondary 150 $64,040 $36,830 - 102,390 0% 0%
86 Painters, construction and maintenance 150 $33,260 $24,030 - 42,220 12% 6%
87 Telecommunications line installers and repairers 150 $32,200 $20,830 - 45,470 5% 8%
88 Nonfarm animal caretakers 150 $19,690 $14,400 - 25,550 18% 16%
89 Psychology teachers, postsecondary 140 $64,790 $33,650 - 104,750 0% 0%
90 Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary 140 $64,650 $42,090 - 90,900 0% 0%
91 Payroll and timekeeping clerks 140 $31,020 $14,690 - 46,620 3% 18%
92 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 140 $18,290 $14,350 - 24,570 14% 3%
93 Bus drivers, school 140 $0 $ - 9% 4%
94 Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 130 $58,870 $38,480 - 81,750 0% 0%
95 Industrial machinery mechanics 130 $42,370 $25,190 - 52,010 9% 5%
96 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 130 $36,930 $22,880 - 49,900 12% 3%
97 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 130 $30,260 $16,040 - 48,830 27% 47%
98 Loan interviewers and clerks 130 $29,370 $19,600 - 39,610 -1% 24%
99 Medical assistants 130 $26,240 $21,430 - 34,690 35% 10%
100 Family and general practitioners 120 $145,670 $67,910 - 0% 0%
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Jobs More Common Near Columbia Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Psychology teachers, postsecondary 64,790 140 10.6
Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary 64,650 140 7.8
Education teachers, postsecondary 64,040 150 6.6
Business teachers, postsecondary 82,140 210 6.6
Insurance underwriters 59,230 320 5.7
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 45,850 150 3.9
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 58,870 130 3.9
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 34,880 510 3.8
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 29,430 310 3.7
Occupational health and safety specialists 51,530 100 3.7
Medical secretaries 28,010 950 3.7
Tax preparers 19,050 100 3.6
Personal care and service workers, all other 15,110 110 3.6
Machinists 31,230 750 3.5
Respiratory therapists 48,820 190 3.5
Production workers, all other 27,010 420 3.4
Library technicians 26,050 190 3.3
Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 49,550 510 3.1
Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 51,520 140 2.9
Cooks, short order 16,780 230 2.8
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 52,020 250 2.7
Medical records and health information technicians 31,280 240 2.6
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 42,540 490 2.5
New accounts clerks 25,560 110 2.5
Education administrators, postsecondary 0 110 2.4
Public relations specialists 42,950 340 2.3
Veterinary technologists and technicians 26,450 100 2.3
Family and general practitioners 145,670 120 2.3
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 33,430 860 2.2
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 32,390 210 2.2
Office machine operators, except computer 25,260 100 2.2
Driver/sales workers 21,930 450 2.2
Radiologic technologists and technicians 49,730 250 2.1
Rehabilitation counselors 33,540 110 2.1
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 40,880 280 2.1
Nonfarm animal caretakers 19,690 150 2.1
Pharmacy technicians 23,360 370 2
Registered nurses 57,120 2,900 2
Mental health and substance abuse social workers 24,430 130 2
Architects, except landscape and naval 53,120 130 1.9
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 22,960 400 1.9
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 18,450 230 1.9
Computer programmers 59,180 470 1.9
Couriers and messengers 22,320 100 1.8
Maids and housekeeping cleaners 17,600 900 1.8
Office clerks, general 25,790 2,970 1.8
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 18,260 210 1.8
Teachers and instructors, all other 27,240 470 1.7
Waiters and waitresses 17,090 2,340 1.7
Preschool teachers, except special education 20,820 380 1.7

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Columbia, Missouri 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 49,260 1.33 190
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 52,350 1.28 160
Personal and home care aides 23,820 1.19 340
Child care workers 22,400 1.16 190
Financial managers 107,460 1.16 120
Business teachers, postsecondary 82,140 1.12 210
Home health aides 23,270 1.1 450
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 32,920 1.09 470
Construction laborers 33,490 1.08 540
Education teachers, postsecondary 64,040 1.08 150
Truck drivers, light or delivery services 30,630 1.06 620
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 34,880 1.05 510
First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 47,420 1.05 650
Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary 64,650 1.04 140
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 32,390 1.03 210
Managers, all other 84,950 1.03 170
Insurance underwriters 59,230 1.02 320
Office clerks, general 25,790 1.01 2,970
Retail salespersons 24,650 1.01 3,130
Team assemblers 27,550 1.01 880
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 38,830 1 600
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 30,260 1 130
Sales representatives, services, all other 52,030 1 210
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 42,540 0.99 490
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 58,870 0.99 130
Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 22,690 0.99 1,070
Medical records and health information technicians 31,280 0.99 240
Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 17,220 0.99 240
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 28,150 0.99 360
All other information and record clerks 32,650 0.99 180
Food preparation workers 18,960 0.99 440
Cashiers 18,250 0.98 2,340
Social and human service assistants 27,920 0.98 140
Security guards 24,720 0.98 340
Customer service representatives 29,060 0.98 620
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 16,840 0.98 2,480
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 52,020 0.98 250
Radiologic technologists and technicians 49,730 0.97 250
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 23,550 0.97 420
Painters, construction and maintenance 33,260 0.97 150
Medical secretaries 28,010 0.97 950
Medical and health services managers 81,470 0.96 150
Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 20,720 0.96 160
Bartenders 18,570 0.96 350
Pharmacists 100,310 0.96 150
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 22,570 0.96 220
Nonfarm animal caretakers 19,690 0.95 150
Industrial machinery mechanics 42,370 0.95 130
Dental assistants 30,690 0.95 240
Psychology teachers, postsecondary 64,790 0.95 140

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