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Omaha Employment

Employment and Industries in the Omaha, Nebraska 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 Omaha than in other US cities; this is useful both for career planning and for understanding the nature of Omaha.
  • A list of the highest-paying jobs in Omaha.
  • A list of any large public companies in Omaha.

Most Popular Jobs in Omaha, Nebraska 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 10,200 $56,580 $40,830 - 77,940 24% 56%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 6,350 $56,840 $29,740 - 88,910 8% 51%
3 Elementary school teachers, except special education 4,050 $41,800 $29,890 - 55,410 14% 95%
4 Accountants and auditors 3,920 $62,570 $36,310 - 96,860 18% 79%
5 Computer software engineers, applications 2,990 $78,810 $52,720 - 105,500 45% 85%
6 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 2,650 $43,150 $30,800 - 59,030 6% 96%
7 Teachers and instructors, all other 2,590 $37,220 $29,120 - 43,450 9% 54%
8 Computer systems analysts 2,300 $69,230 $44,530 - 97,490 29% 68%
9 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 2,210 $64,790 $34,230 - 84,570 18% 56%
10 Social and human service assistants 2,210 $29,760 $20,370 - 44,370 34% 58%
11 Computer programmers 1,940 $65,360 $37,130 - 100,680 -4% 73%
12 Management analysts 1,910 $65,660 $38,510 - 99,460 22% 78%
13 Computer software engineers, systems software 1,800 $76,490 $46,820 - 113,240 28% 85%
14 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,560 $43,550 $31,870 - 58,820 11% 95%
15 Lawyers 1,470 $103,240 $40,660 - 11% 99%
16 Market research analysts 1,280 $64,680 $33,620 - 105,780 20% 82%
17 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 1,250 $50,340 $29,270 - 80,140 5% 58%
18 Financial managers 1,220 $109,690 $57,620 - 13% 60%
19 Training and development specialists 1,150 $48,250 $32,500 - 69,600 18% 56%
20 Sales managers 1,140 $107,140 $50,740 - 10% 69%
21 Pharmacists 1,140 $88,320 $57,750 - 111,460 22% 97%
22 Network and computer systems administrators 1,140 $62,890 $37,330 - 89,670 27% 50%
23 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 1,120 $81,020 $41,780 - 132,380 12% 51%
24 Medical and health services managers 1,090 $81,150 $45,900 - 123,620 16% 57%
25 Network systems and data communications analysts 1,090 $67,090 $42,490 - 96,800 53% 57%
26 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 1,090 $45,380 $28,010 - 62,470 12% 51%
27 Civil engineers 1,010 $73,160 $45,090 - 104,400 18% 87%
28 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 1,010 $52,400 $27,120 - 89,630 25% 67%
29 Chief executives 970 $163,370 $79,310 - 2% 65%
30 Insurance underwriters 950 $61,160 $34,830 - 89,090 6% 53%
31 Computer and information systems managers 940 $105,360 $67,960 - 152,900 16% 73%
32 Graphic designers 910 $38,950 $24,930 - 58,080 10% 55%
33 Public relations specialists 860 $40,670 $21,650 - 63,030 18% 81%
34 Child, family, and school social workers 820 $36,600 $23,720 - 53,560 19% 77%
35 Financial analysts 810 $58,600 $34,380 - 84,060 34% 87%
36 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 780 $43,770 $27,150 - 62,420 13% 73%
37 Managers, all other 730 $84,320 $47,700 - 125,110 7% 55%
38 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 720 $41,940 $29,710 - 56,240 20% 87%
39 Database administrators 700 $73,930 $42,930 - 104,290 29% 72%
40 Self-enrichment education teachers 620 $31,930 $15,830 - 60,730 23% 54%
41 Physical therapists 580 $64,890 $41,880 - 84,610 27% 89%
42 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 580 $56,540 $35,170 - 81,740 18% 56%
43 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 570 $75,770 $56,040 - 100,910 8% 78%
44 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 560 $45,400 $15,040 - 75,690 17% 56%
45 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 560 $34,150 $22,520 - 48,900 15% 51%
46 Mechanical engineers 550 $61,020 $14,450 - 102,190 4% 78%
47 Rehabilitation counselors 550 $30,440 $21,160 - 43,660 23% 73%
48 Architects, except landscape and naval 540 $82,680 $45,080 - 145,490 18% 88%
49 Credit analysts 530 $58,440 $32,900 - 91,590 2% 60%
50 Advertising sales agents 490 $49,470 $19,680 - 84,450 20% 56%
51 Speech-language pathologists 480 $48,490 $30,960 - 65,680 11% 98%
52 Marketing managers 470 $100,490 $51,010 - 163,350 14% 69%
53 Physician assistants 450 $78,230 $65,640 - 96,480 27% 67%
54 Coaches and scouts 440 $31,070 $14,350 - 53,990 15% 60%
55 Education administrators, postsecondary 420 $71,640 $34,850 - 129,030 14% 78%
56 Medical and public health social workers 420 $41,630 $28,400 - 58,960 24% 77%
57 Instructional coordinators 410 $52,750 $29,290 - 82,230 23% 79%
58 Industrial engineers 400 $70,630 $44,850 - 101,400 20% 74%
59 Social and community service managers 390 $52,100 $28,060 - 88,040 25% 72%
60 Computer specialists, all other 380 $71,150 $47,640 - 98,620 15% 68%
61 Operations research analysts 380 $68,250 $45,710 - 97,580 11% 71%
62 Librarians 380 $48,440 $35,530 - 63,060 4% 85%
63 Personal financial advisors 370 $55,260 $22,280 - 97,800 41% 81%
64 Special education teachers, secondary school 360 $45,570 $33,210 - 61,880 9% 87%
65 Occupational therapists 340 $58,070 $39,420 - 78,320 23% 90%
66 Mental health counselors 340 $41,990 $27,190 - 68,670 30% 73%
67 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 320 $52,190 $32,590 - 77,620 16% 99%
68 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 300 $36,160 $21,300 - 56,390 30% 77%
69 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 280 $43,100 $28,670 - 63,370 11% 58%
70 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 280 $41,080 $24,720 - 60,390 34% 73%
71 Financial examiners 270 $68,210 $36,290 - 112,540 11% 76%
72 Reporters and correspondents 250 $36,980 $18,250 - 57,090 1% 85%
73 Purchasing managers 240 $90,020 $54,910 - 128,910 3% 57%
74 Public relations managers 240 $74,040 $41,070 - 104,860 17% 75%
75 Occupational health and safety specialists 240 $54,140 $34,250 - 82,160 8% 72%
76 Health educators 240 $45,040 $24,450 - 69,610 26% 58%
77 Special education teachers, middle school 240 $43,860 $32,930 - 58,050 16% 87%
78 Community and social service specialists, all other 240 $35,120 $19,980 - 51,970 25% 58%
79 Actuaries 230 $81,980 $44,730 - 133,300 24% 99%
80 Dietitians and nutritionists 230 $50,940 $35,730 - 69,250 9% 72%
81 Editors 230 $43,440 $27,010 - 62,310 2% 81%
82 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 230 $38,260 $23,360 - 57,740 24% 78%
83 Dentists, general 220 $172,930 $107,960 - 9% 100%
84 Sales and related workers, all other 220 $42,420 $24,710 - 72,320 14% 62%
85 Engineering managers 210 $104,270 $72,270 - 147,970 7% 84%
86 Electrical engineers 200 $78,700 $52,870 - 107,230 6% 81%
87 Engineers, all other 200 $57,220 $29,580 - 101,210 6% 82%
88 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 200 $32,620 $26,150 - 47,470 14% 54%
89 Writers and authors 190 $56,810 $24,410 - 112,110 13% 84%
90 Surveyors 190 $46,310 $30,410 - 67,140 24% 82%
91 Detectives and criminal investigators 180 $60,510 $37,130 - 91,890 17% 54%
92 Legislators 180 $19,520 $13,210 - 34,970 1% 65%
93 Veterinarians 170 $63,660 $29,280 - 112,140 35% 100%
94 Human resources managers, all other 160 $103,990 $60,950 - 11% 58%
95 Compensation and benefits managers 160 $85,400 $50,250 - 120,960 12% 58%
96 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 160 $23,690 $13,840 - 34,980 11% 55%
97 Musicians and singers 160 $0 $ - 10% 53%
98 Chiropractors 150 $80,000 $34,590 - 138,760 14% 98%
99 Electronics engineers, except computer 150 $75,270 $54,650 - 102,580 4% 81%
100 Interior designers 150 $56,950 $33,330 - 97,080 20% 55%

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 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 15,640 $41,470 $25,470 - 60,880 10% 4%
2 Retail salespersons 14,700 $24,370 $14,020 - 39,120 12% 25%
3 Customer service representatives 13,120 $30,360 $19,340 - 44,430 25% 22%
4 Cashiers 11,590 $18,120 $13,570 - 24,030 -3% 10%
5 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 8,540 $16,780 $13,130 - 21,570 18% 5%
6 Waiters and waitresses 7,840 $16,030 $12,920 - 20,340 11% 14%
7 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 7,720 $25,150 $17,440 - 35,030 2% 5%
8 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 7,530 $31,240 $20,600 - 42,700 13% 16%
9 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 7,280 $21,600 $15,570 - 29,940 15% 4%
10 Stock clerks and order fillers 6,550 $22,120 $15,330 - 32,300 -8% 8%
11 Office clerks, general 6,280 $26,060 $15,480 - 38,250 13% 19%
12 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 4,940 $24,460 $19,430 - 31,240 18% 7%
13 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 4,830 $27,930 $17,920 - 39,260 1% 18%
14 Teacher assistants 4,730 $20,160 $16,410 - 25,160 10% 18%
15 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 4,270 $35,560 $25,560 - 49,580 15% 18%
16 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 4,110 $47,800 $28,230 - 72,280 6% 29%
17 Receptionists and information clerks 4,020 $25,630 $17,270 - 35,250 17% 13%
18 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 3,780 $42,250 $22,750 - 66,000 4% 25%
19 General and operations managers 3,710 $102,330 $49,030 - 2% 48%
20 Maintenance and repair workers, general 3,560 $34,410 $21,580 - 51,250 10% 6%
21 Carpenters 3,480 $34,680 $22,120 - 50,660 10% 6%
22 Telemarketers 3,480 $24,120 $14,930 - 38,140 -10% 14%
23 Sales representatives, services, all other 3,240 $50,370 $22,720 - 82,370 28% 48%
24 Electricians 3,160 $45,050 $26,540 - 64,270 7% 7%
25 Security guards 3,150 $25,990 $17,150 - 38,000 17% 13%
26 Business operations specialists, all other 2,940 $59,680 $33,490 - 93,240 21% 49%
27 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 2,930 $23,500 $13,430 - 37,610 10% 24%
28 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,920 $18,830 $14,550 - 24,230 13% 5%
29 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 2,900 $24,240 $17,070 - 32,950 18% 6%
30 Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers 2,850 $23,270 $17,580 - 30,360 11% 2%
31 Cooks, restaurant 2,710 $21,180 $16,060 - 28,770 12% 5%
32 Food preparation workers 2,610 $18,790 $13,770 - 24,980 15% 7%
33 Home health aides 2,570 $26,380 $18,110 - 39,050 49% 7%
34 Bartenders 2,510 $17,480 $13,060 - 24,630 11% 17%
35 Packers and packagers, hand 2,480 $20,360 $13,740 - 29,840 -12% 3%
36 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 2,450 $29,540 $17,230 - 44,770 8% 4%
37 Child care workers 2,280 $18,280 $13,580 - 23,980 18% 15%
38 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 2,280 $16,530 $13,240 - 19,720 10% 8%
39 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 2,220 $30,840 $18,570 - 46,460 11% 14%
40 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 2,150 $54,280 $32,760 - 73,780 11% 4%
41 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 2,150 $33,080 $23,320 - 44,710 -1% 22%
42 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 2,090 $30,640 $22,160 - 40,250 4% 15%
43 Tellers 2,080 $22,610 $17,430 - 29,310 14% 16%
44 Construction laborers 2,060 $30,630 $20,280 - 40,600 11% 5%
45 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 2,060 $30,520 $19,510 - 45,970 4% 6%
46 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 2,020 $38,030 $20,590 - 57,310 14% 4%
47 Counter and rental clerks 1,940 $25,590 $14,660 - 41,540 23% 16%
48 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,900 $38,110 $29,460 - 48,330 14% 7%
49 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 1,860 $60,430 $34,890 - 84,730 9% 10%
50 Computer support specialists 1,860 $39,250 $23,770 - 56,610 13% 43%
51 Medical assistants 1,840 $29,110 $22,300 - 37,950 35% 10%
52 Team assemblers 1,830 $30,340 $19,050 - 40,940 0% 5%
53 Cooks, fast food 1,790 $16,750 $13,250 - 20,790 8% 5%
54 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,740 $50,380 $31,560 - 75,420 -5% 15%
55 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 1,710 $36,110 $24,600 - 50,710 8% 3%
56 Printing machine operators 1,690 $30,470 $19,880 - 44,600 -6% 6%
57 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 1,680 $30,020 $17,300 - 57,410 -5% 5%
58 Driver/sales workers 1,570 $22,800 $13,300 - 40,750 -5% 4%
59 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 1,560 $47,640 $37,200 - 58,920 11% 33%
60 Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks 1,550 $25,650 $17,240 - 39,710 1% 29%
61 Order clerks 1,510 $26,210 $19,950 - 36,710 -24% 16%
62 Bill and account collectors 1,470 $31,200 $22,320 - 41,560 23% 13%
63 Medical secretaries 1,450 $29,800 $22,530 - 38,480 17% 18%
64 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 1,420 $24,360 $15,650 - 38,150 12% 6%
65 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 1,410 $19,920 $13,550 - 28,830 14% 3%
66 Dishwashers 1,390 $17,330 $13,650 - 21,290 10% 3%
67 Amusement and recreation attendants 1,380 $16,960 $13,160 - 20,350 24% 22%
68 Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service 1,370 $26,090 $19,660 - 33,350 -12% 9%
69 Cement masons and concrete finishers 1,340 $36,530 $24,420 - 55,110 11% 2%
70 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 1,330 $48,560 $30,750 - 71,530 9% 47%
71 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 1,280 $16,900 $13,120 - 22,230 10% 17%
72 Bus drivers, school 1,270 $26,500 $16,390 - 33,250 9% 4%
73 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 1,270 $22,620 $15,830 - 31,250 11% 5%
74 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 1,250 $31,690 $22,640 - 40,210 5% 2%
75 Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks 1,240 $31,040 $25,800 - 38,740 -8% 28%
76 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 1,220 $60,880 $37,280 - 85,140 7% 13%
77 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 1,190 $68,420 $35,970 - 111,230 4% 38%
78 Preschool teachers, except special education 1,190 $24,010 $15,960 - 37,440 26% 43%
79 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 1,170 $37,510 $25,280 - 50,740 12% 3%
80 Insurance sales agents 1,160 $53,040 $21,050 - 97,710 13% 45%
81 Painters, construction and maintenance 1,160 $32,470 $22,530 - 45,860 12% 6%
82 Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 1,160 $19,780 $13,630 - 28,320 13% 15%
83 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,130 $30,220 $20,200 - 45,700 -2% 2%
84 Pharmacy technicians 1,130 $27,400 $21,090 - 34,590 32% 16%
85 Construction managers 1,120 $71,610 $33,150 - 126,860 16% 29%
86 Production workers, all other 1,110 $29,520 $21,030 - 40,290 2% 5%
87 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 1,070 $17,930 $13,390 - 23,910 12% 6%
88 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 1,050 $54,710 $31,000 - 85,440 0% 42%
89 Helpers--production workers 1,050 $23,030 $16,800 - 31,620 -1% 4%
90 Postal service mail carriers 1,050 $0 $ - 1% 11%
91 Loan officers 1,040 $55,740 $31,310 - 94,090 12% 49%
92 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 1,040 $37,530 $23,600 - 55,270 4% 30%
93 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 1,030 $46,660 $28,240 - 73,280 9% 3%
94 Physicians and surgeons, all other 990 $110,240 $43,530 - 0% 0%
95 Cost estimators 950 $49,210 $32,470 - 67,760 19% 32%
96 Food servers, nonrestaurant 950 $20,320 $14,640 - 27,490 16% 9%
97 Computer operators 940 $31,740 $22,340 - 44,090 -25% 27%
98 Data entry keyers 940 $25,730 $18,000 - 35,360 -5% 18%
99 Slaughterers and meat packers 940 $21,320 $17,180 - 24,990 13% 2%
100 Cooks, short order 870 $21,390 $16,110 - 26,350 5% 5%
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Jobs More Common Near Omaha Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers 23,270 2,850 12.5
Bicycle repairers 20,240 100 11.9
Cooling and freezing equipment operators and tenders 27,650 110 11.5
Slaughterers and meat packers 21,320 940 11.1
Insulation workers, floor, ceiling, and wall 36,950 500 10.9
Gaming and sports book writers and runners 19,420 240 9.5
Avionics technicians 57,770 260 6.7
Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks 31,040 1,240 6.1
Food cooking machine operators and tenders 23,660 480 5.6
Criminal justice and law enforcement teachers, postsecondary 50,950 100 5.6
Gaming change persons and booth cashiers 22,450 220 5.5
Crushing, grinding, and polishing machine setters, operators, and tenders 24,690 420 4.7
Outdoor power equipment and other small engine mechanics 31,420 220 4.7
Podiatrists 89,630 110 4.6
Drafters, all other 44,860 220 4.4
Farm equipment mechanics 35,200 160 4.4
Purchasing agents and buyers, farm products 55,510 100 4.3
Actuaries 81,980 230 4.1
Proofreaders and copy markers 24,030 180 4.1
Cementing and gluing machine operators and tenders 31,010 140 3.9
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 23,500 2,930 3.9
Motorcycle mechanics 26,230 100 3.9
Statistical assistants 22,490 130 3.3
Reservation and transportation ticket agents and travel clerks 25,650 1,550 3.3
Radiation therapists 66,110 110 3.3
Elevator installers and repairers 68,450 190 3.2
Financial examiners 68,210 270 3.2
Telemarketers 24,120 3,480 3.1
Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners 37,800 140 3
Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers 34,000 290 3
Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping 28,410 650 3
Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 64,790 2,210 2.9
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 41,470 15,640 2.9
Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service 26,090 1,370 2.8
Insurance underwriters 61,160 950 2.7
Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary 60,130 290 2.6
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 33,080 2,150 2.6
Computer operators 31,740 940 2.6
Printing machine operators 30,470 1,690 2.5
Communications teachers, postsecondary 50,960 130 2.4
Travel agents 30,020 670 2.3
Glaziers 36,620 290 2.3
Coin, vending, and amusement machine servicers and repairers 29,210 260 2.2
Meter readers, utilities 29,830 250 2.2
Structural iron and steel workers 44,930 420 2.1
Credit analysts 58,440 530 2.1
Chiropractors 80,000 150 2.1
Cardiovascular technologists and technicians 48,680 320 2.1
Entertainment attendants and related workers, all other 18,880 160 2.1
Social and human service assistants 29,760 2,210 2

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Omaha, Nebraska Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Property, real estate, and community association managers 73,240 1.37 270
Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 64,790 1.36 2,210
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 38,020 1.29 180
Fire fighters 53,900 1.28 600
Home health aides 26,380 1.24 2,570
Interior designers 56,950 1.21 150
Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 25,490 1.18 220
Financial managers 109,690 1.18 1,220
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 54,280 1.18 2,150
Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 56,980 1.17 430
Avionics technicians 57,770 1.17 260
Switchboard operators, including answering service 28,070 1.16 310
First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers 41,110 1.15 370
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 30,020 1.15 1,680
Pipelayers 41,850 1.14 300
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 46,660 1.14 1,030
Residential advisors 29,050 1.14 240
Architects, except landscape and naval 82,680 1.14 540
Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers 41,930 1.13 600
Database administrators 73,930 1.13 700
Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 32,590 1.12 670
Sheet metal workers 46,560 1.12 450
Physical therapist aides 27,580 1.11 120
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 81,020 1.11 1,120
Team assemblers 30,340 1.11 1,830
First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers 73,860 1.11 240
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 41,470 1.11 15,640
Market research analysts 64,680 1.1 1,280
Counter and rental clerks 25,590 1.1 1,940
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 35,440 1.1 620
Human resources managers, all other 103,990 1.09 160
Real estate sales agents 51,420 1.09 330
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 42,250 1.09 3,780
Sales managers 107,140 1.09 1,140
Bindery workers 30,800 1.09 220
Court, municipal, and license clerks 36,010 1.09 180
Chief executives 163,370 1.08 970
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 32,630 1.08 820
Sales and related workers, all other 42,420 1.08 220
Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 56,540 1.08 580
Medical equipment preparers 31,150 1.08 170
Dental hygienists 68,140 1.07 340
Receptionists and information clerks 25,630 1.07 4,020
Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 37,220 1.07 830
Cooks, short order 21,390 1.07 870
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 30,520 1.07 2,060
First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 60,880 1.07 1,220
Helpers--carpenters 27,790 1.07 200
Cementing and gluing machine operators and tenders 31,010 1.07 140
Dentists, general 172,930 1.07 220

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