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Trenton Employment

Employment and Industries in the Trenton, New Jersey Area

Municipal, county and state government forms the major economic sector in Trenton New Jersey. Other economic factors are trade, manufacturing and services. Some of the jobs in the region are provided by companies that produce items such as rubber goods, pottery and porcelain products, light bulbs, fabricated metal products, chemicals, food products and textiles.

The primary fields for employment in Trenton are government, healthcare, professional business services, education, trade transportation and utilities; financial activities, leisure and hospitality, social assistance, and manufacturing. The largest employer is the state of New Jersey. Service occupations (29% of the workforce). Sales and office occupations (21% of the labor force). Government (18% of the workforce).

The Capital City Redevelopment Corporation offers a variety of information for new and expanding companies regarding the Capital District. The Mercer County Community College Small Business Development Center provides assistance to entrepreneurs and small companies. The Science & Technology Incubator assists high-tech companies with getting established. The New Jersey Economic Development Authority offers technical, financial and real estate development services. The majority of the agency's assistance is given to small and medium sized companies.

Notable information regarding Trenton New Jersey: In 2009 the average earnings in Trenton was $30,000. The cost of living index in Trenton in 2008 was at 112.2 which is higher than the country's average of 100. For the population 25 years of age and older, 9% have acquired a bachelor's degree or better.

The following is a list of the top employers in the Trenton region:

  • Capital Health Systems Inc
  • Cenlar Capital Corporation
  • New Jersey Education Association Inc
  • Congoleum Corporation
  • New Jersey Housing & Mortgage Finance Agency
  • Board of Education of the City of Trenton
  • Hough Petroleum Corp
  • New Jersey Re-Insurance Co
  • Horizon NJ Health
  • St. Francis Medical Center
  • College of New Jersey
  • The Hibbert Company
  • The Crest Group Inc
  • The Times of Trenton Publishing Corporation
  • Bayada Nurses
  • Covance
  • Novo Nordisk
  • Sandoz Inc

Associations offering assistance to Trenton businesses include:

Those interested in staying current with Trenton business activities may want to visit the Times of Trenton - NJ.com.

Most Popular Jobs in Trenton, New Jersey 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 4,390 $65,500 $44,820 - 82,380 24% 56%
2 Computer software engineers, applications 2,900 $91,130 $63,870 - 127,840 45% 85%
3 Accountants and auditors 2,660 $70,850 $47,140 - 99,330 18% 79%
4 Management analysts 2,540 $86,420 $56,010 - 113,400 22% 78%
5 Lawyers 1,820 $104,110 $55,320 - 11% 99%
6 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,790 $59,560 $40,660 - 82,760 14% 95%
7 Computer systems analysts 1,740 $83,470 $50,580 - 119,700 29% 68%
8 Managers, all other 1,620 $103,290 $73,550 - 134,520 7% 55%
9 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,590 $63,230 $43,480 - 89,110 6% 96%
10 Financial managers 1,420 $127,080 $73,460 - 13% 60%
11 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 1,400 $65,840 $43,820 - 94,100 5% 58%
12 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,330 $70,790 $30,810 - 121,190 8% 51%
13 Teachers and instructors, all other 1,310 $37,720 $22,900 - 56,620 9% 54%
14 Computer programmers 1,300 $85,010 $49,040 - 139,410 -4% 73%
15 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 1,100 $111,360 $42,590 - 25% 67%
16 Civil engineers 1,020 $74,510 $53,320 - 100,630 18% 87%
17 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,000 $58,650 $42,230 - 81,340 11% 95%
18 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 960 $73,090 $47,160 - 99,490 25% 93%
19 Computer and information systems managers 940 $115,560 $83,690 - 165,650 16% 73%
20 Financial analysts 860 $109,730 $50,970 - 34% 87%
21 Network and computer systems administrators 860 $74,540 $54,210 - 98,360 27% 50%
22 Computer software engineers, systems software 800 $95,170 $57,290 - 141,220 28% 85%
23 Computer specialists, all other 780 $74,490 $37,320 - 104,940 15% 68%
24 Financial specialists, all other 770 $72,640 $45,030 - 100,590 12% 50%
25 Self-enrichment education teachers 770 $43,620 $20,210 - 71,720 23% 54%
26 Public relations specialists 740 $63,030 $34,560 - 99,070 18% 81%
27 Training and development specialists 710 $64,540 $40,170 - 95,090 18% 56%
28 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 710 $61,050 $36,020 - 90,220 18% 56%
29 Social and human service assistants 710 $33,720 $22,200 - 48,110 34% 58%
30 Instructional coordinators 650 $73,110 $38,660 - 100,390 23% 79%
31 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 650 $64,300 $43,360 - 85,870 20% 87%
32 Child, family, and school social workers 600 $55,730 $29,900 - 81,730 19% 77%
33 Network systems and data communications analysts 580 $90,280 $53,440 - 137,070 53% 57%
34 Community and social service specialists, all other 530 $57,050 $32,130 - 85,490 25% 58%
35 Occupational health and safety specialists 510 $70,580 $53,140 - 88,850 8% 72%
36 Medical and health services managers 500 $93,770 $65,300 - 126,170 16% 57%
37 Market research analysts 470 $66,090 $41,180 - 104,380 20% 82%
38 Sales and related workers, all other 470 $52,440 $21,430 - 87,500 14% 62%
39 Sales managers 460 $119,780 $55,130 - 10% 69%
40 Graphic designers 460 $52,810 $34,160 - 76,450 10% 55%
41 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 450 $60,800 $43,080 - 82,070 18% 56%
42 Engineering managers 430 $141,580 $87,160 - 7% 84%
43 Chemists 410 $78,290 $46,450 - 123,230 9% 93%
44 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 400 $100,860 $59,850 - 134,270 8% 78%
45 Environmental engineers 390 $75,900 $53,340 - 100,460 25% 86%
46 Social and community service managers 380 $85,480 $52,910 - 120,150 25% 72%
47 Architects, except landscape and naval 380 $80,720 $45,260 - 122,420 18% 88%
48 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 380 $79,880 $37,430 - 124,710 12% 51%
49 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 380 $61,390 $35,460 - 91,840 17% 56%
50 Insurance underwriters 370 $69,020 $43,830 - 108,170 6% 53%
51 Personal financial advisors 350 $129,280 $55,740 - 41% 81%
52 Marketing managers 340 $135,630 $81,220 - 14% 69%
53 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 340 $62,630 $20,240 - 97,290 13% 73%
54 Special education teachers, secondary school 330 $70,130 $45,610 - 98,760 9% 87%
55 Database administrators 300 $79,510 $39,100 - 109,790 29% 72%
56 Education administrators, postsecondary 290 $111,090 $66,150 - 160,930 14% 78%
57 Librarians 290 $66,930 $44,960 - 94,690 4% 85%
58 Dentists, general 280 $136,250 $80,280 - 9% 100%
59 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 270 $105,150 $60,800 - 16% 99%
60 Physical therapists 270 $79,990 $56,880 - 106,440 27% 89%
61 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 270 $46,310 $26,600 - 65,470 14% 54%
62 Speech-language pathologists 260 $81,810 $53,540 - 121,770 11% 98%
63 Mechanical engineers 260 $81,300 $49,710 - 123,960 4% 78%
64 Editors 260 $58,380 $33,840 - 91,790 2% 81%
65 Survey researchers 260 $42,680 $17,100 - 69,880 16% 82%
66 Occupational therapists 250 $75,830 $55,150 - 103,180 23% 90%
67 Special education teachers, middle school 250 $63,310 $44,550 - 84,310 16% 87%
68 Electronics engineers, except computer 230 $110,180 $62,960 - 162,840 4% 81%
69 Human resources managers, all other 230 $103,370 $79,550 - 138,170 11% 58%
70 Chief executives 220 $155,080 $82,180 - 2% 65%
71 Natural sciences managers 220 $136,670 $86,860 - 11% 93%
72 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 210 $60,990 $50,490 - 77,070 12% 51%
73 Mental health counselors 210 $41,440 $32,300 - 56,290 30% 73%
74 Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 200 $93,620 $51,700 - 136,420 20% 99%
75 Advertising sales agents 200 $54,020 $23,570 - 93,470 20% 56%
76 Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 190 $68,640 $45,040 - 99,190 22% 93%
77 Medical and public health social workers 190 $56,660 $41,450 - 72,180 24% 77%
78 Rehabilitation counselors 190 $48,950 $30,270 - 67,600 23% 73%
79 Public relations managers 170 $137,270 $73,350 - 17% 75%
80 Electrical engineers 170 $84,380 $51,490 - 121,810 6% 81%
81 Technical writers 170 $70,980 $42,420 - 102,900 20% 74%
82 Budget analysts 170 $69,470 $45,550 - 95,720 7% 78%
83 Writers and authors 160 $50,760 $30,500 - 77,680 13% 84%
84 Industrial engineers 150 $76,970 $48,770 - 111,060 20% 74%
85 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 150 $59,350 $34,640 - 100,810 24% 78%
86 Engineers, all other 140 $85,420 $45,720 - 126,150 6% 82%
87 Counselors, all other 140 $39,810 $25,670 - 60,440 17% 73%
88 Musicians and singers 140 $0 $ - 10% 53%
89 Financial examiners 130 $87,100 $53,060 - 134,830 11% 76%
90 Physical scientists, all other 130 $84,770 $56,720 - 123,450 6% 98%
91 Education administrators, all other 130 $75,840 $40,620 - 121,060 13% 78%
92 Social scientists and related workers, all other 130 $68,250 $44,630 - 95,390 5% 90%
93 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 130 $46,770 $35,380 - 60,830 15% 51%
94 Social workers, all other 120 $67,760 $41,740 - 143,110 18% 77%
95 Producers and directors 120 $63,990 $27,260 - 82,840 11% 75%
96 Health educators 120 $62,470 $31,800 - 92,180 26% 58%
97 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 120 $43,350 $15,300 - 83,440 12% 94%
98 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 120 $28,410 $17,590 - 41,990 11% 55%
99 Dietitians and nutritionists 110 $60,220 $43,960 - 77,990 9% 72%
100 Credit analysts 100 $72,740 $46,400 - 106,670 2% 60%

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 Business operations specialists, all other 5,560 $65,290 $37,420 - 96,910 21% 49%
2 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 5,410 $38,960 $24,770 - 54,050 1% 18%
3 Retail salespersons 5,170 $28,060 $16,450 - 48,740 12% 25%
4 Cashiers 4,620 $19,720 $15,560 - 25,750 -3% 10%
5 Office clerks, general 4,180 $29,980 $16,010 - 47,080 13% 19%
6 Customer service representatives 3,860 $33,760 $20,770 - 45,780 25% 22%
7 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 3,820 $25,970 $16,160 - 40,030 15% 4%
8 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 2,900 $18,570 $15,460 - 24,860 18% 5%
9 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 2,790 $52,390 $34,790 - 74,060 6% 29%
10 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 2,760 $39,110 $25,380 - 52,660 13% 16%
11 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 2,650 $25,900 $15,950 - 38,830 2% 5%
12 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,630 $23,740 $15,870 - 37,190 -8% 8%
13 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 2,530 $27,510 $20,790 - 36,100 18% 7%
14 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 2,520 $50,480 $35,430 - 70,190 15% 18%
15 Waiters and waitresses 2,400 $21,690 $15,590 - 31,640 11% 14%
16 Receptionists and information clerks 2,290 $26,680 $18,300 - 35,630 17% 13%
17 Teacher assistants 2,120 $27,630 $17,910 - 38,910 10% 18%
18 General and operations managers 2,080 $161,280 $78,330 - 2% 48%
19 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 1,940 $75,060 $50,110 - 101,960 11% 33%
20 Sales representatives, services, all other 1,880 $64,430 $30,010 - 101,510 28% 48%
21 Security guards 1,740 $34,650 $19,350 - 51,560 17% 13%
22 Word processors and typists 1,730 $34,080 $25,720 - 46,040 -12% 19%
23 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,690 $38,280 $24,620 - 53,890 10% 6%
24 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,630 $46,160 $27,230 - 67,500 4% 25%
25 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,590 $27,350 $20,290 - 38,700 18% 6%
26 Computer support specialists 1,440 $48,100 $27,200 - 65,700 13% 43%
27 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,350 $27,820 $16,090 - 39,740 8% 4%
28 Preschool teachers, except special education 1,040 $32,130 $19,180 - 49,630 26% 43%
29 Medical secretaries 1,020 $33,830 $25,780 - 44,510 17% 18%
30 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 1,020 $19,960 $15,780 - 26,150 10% 8%
31 Food preparation workers 970 $21,230 $15,420 - 29,280 15% 7%
32 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 960 $38,410 $24,220 - 52,940 11% 14%
33 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 940 $46,840 $33,710 - 61,540 10% 4%
34 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 920 $47,410 $34,260 - 62,550 14% 7%
35 Home health aides 910 $24,600 $18,030 - 31,670 49% 7%
36 Carpenters 900 $60,100 $33,340 - 99,570 10% 6%
37 Tellers 900 $26,800 $19,510 - 36,060 14% 16%
38 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 870 $30,110 $17,210 - 46,770 4% 6%
39 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 860 $42,280 $27,030 - 66,480 14% 4%
40 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 850 $35,970 $26,960 - 48,110 4% 15%
41 Court, municipal, and license clerks 840 $37,900 $26,860 - 51,710 9% 24%
42 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 830 $38,400 $27,650 - 49,570 -1% 22%
43 Bus drivers, school 820 $32,890 $26,160 - 41,400 9% 4%
44 Electricians 810 $78,830 $37,440 - 108,790 7% 7%
45 Administrative services managers 800 $94,830 $59,920 - 130,340 12% 40%
46 Packers and packagers, hand 790 $20,030 $15,760 - 28,790 -12% 3%
47 File clerks 770 $31,680 $19,690 - 47,220 -41% 20%
48 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 760 $22,190 $17,080 - 28,960 13% 5%
49 All other information and record clerks 700 $34,070 $15,800 - 50,180 -13% 21%
50 Legal secretaries 680 $45,770 $35,740 - 55,820 12% 18%
51 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 670 $63,470 $43,740 - 86,800 7% 13%
52 Data entry keyers 670 $30,550 $15,600 - 44,840 -5% 18%
53 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 620 $18,250 $15,250 - 25,750 12% 6%
54 Postal service mail carriers 620 $0 $ - 1% 11%
55 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 610 $55,350 $36,180 - 79,170 -5% 15%
56 Bartenders 610 $22,770 $15,700 - 33,020 11% 17%
57 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 600 $33,200 $21,990 - 44,240 12% 6%
58 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 600 $0 $ - -8% 12%
59 Cooks, restaurant 590 $26,960 $18,120 - 38,850 12% 5%
60 Food servers, nonrestaurant 580 $22,930 $17,940 - 28,790 16% 9%
61 Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 570 $27,910 $15,790 - 40,580 13% 15%
62 Counter and rental clerks 570 $25,710 $15,730 - 44,380 23% 16%
63 Industrial truck and tractor operators 560 $27,740 $20,510 - 38,120 -2% 2%
64 Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service 550 $33,580 $17,100 - 48,190 -12% 9%
65 Medical assistants 550 $32,460 $25,490 - 42,290 35% 10%
66 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 530 $84,350 $39,790 - 133,460 4% 38%
67 Fire fighters 530 $55,300 $36,000 - 70,370 12% 18%
68 Service station attendants 530 $18,680 $15,760 - 23,780 13% 6%
69 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 520 $47,120 $22,000 - 66,790 27% 47%
70 Healthcare support workers, all other 510 $34,200 $25,340 - 41,980 16% 10%
71 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 510 $21,740 $15,500 - 37,800 -5% 5%
72 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 500 $74,620 $49,410 - 109,010 9% 10%
73 Recreation workers 500 $23,740 $15,490 - 34,080 13% 47%
74 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 490 $64,930 $43,730 - 86,150 9% 47%
75 Paralegals and legal assistants 490 $50,990 $35,880 - 69,230 22% 45%
76 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 480 $0 $ - -27% 6%
77 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 470 $66,330 $45,180 - 92,500 0% 42%
78 Cooks, short order 470 $22,370 $15,140 - 33,170 5% 5%
79 Dishwashers 450 $19,120 $15,450 - 24,440 10% 3%
80 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 440 $71,900 $48,840 - 101,520 11% 4%
81 Physicians and surgeons, all other 430 $200,930 $95,190 - 0% 0%
82 Construction laborers 430 $45,980 $23,320 - 66,810 11% 5%
83 Dental assistants 420 $37,320 $25,430 - 51,270 29% 9%
84 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 420 $26,720 $18,860 - 37,890 11% 5%
85 Computer operators 400 $44,460 $29,550 - 61,320 -25% 27%
86 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 400 $33,650 $20,680 - 49,070 -7% 14%
87 Telemarketers 390 $0 $ - -10% 14%
88 First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 380 $45,660 $30,690 - 61,890 13% 11%
89 Pharmacy technicians 370 $28,090 $20,630 - 38,400 32% 16%
90 Construction managers 360 $99,270 $70,710 - 133,160 16% 29%
91 Radiologic technologists and technicians 360 $61,540 $47,280 - 79,450 15% 25%
92 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 360 $52,010 $36,020 - 66,260 9% 3%
93 Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 360 $39,910 $27,980 - 51,900 11% 29%
94 Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other 340 $44,310 $30,080 - 67,300 10% 46%
95 Office machine operators, except computer 340 $27,500 $18,190 - 39,060 -3% 14%
96 Amusement and recreation attendants 340 $18,600 $15,460 - 24,590 24% 22%
97 Construction and building inspectors 330 $65,250 $45,750 - 88,320 18% 23%
98 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 320 $41,130 $28,900 - 54,990 4% 30%
99 Order clerks 320 $35,840 $24,440 - 48,090 -24% 16%
100 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 320 $30,760 $23,010 - 39,600 10% 24%
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Jobs More Common Near Trenton Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Survey researchers 42,680 260 10.1
Word processors and typists 34,080 1,730 9.1
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 73,090 960 7.8
Occupational health and safety specialists 70,580 510 6.8
Court, municipal, and license clerks 37,900 840 6
Physical scientists, all other 84,770 130 5.8
Service station attendants 18,680 530 5.2
Obstetricians and gynecologists 179,040 100 5.1
Environmental engineers 75,900 390 4.9
Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other 44,310 340 4.5
Counselors, all other 39,810 140 4.2
Psychiatrists 191,960 110 4.2
Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 68,640 190 4.2
Education administrators, all other 75,840 130 3.5
Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 65,840 1,400 3.5
Law clerks 52,250 150 3.4
Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 46,310 270 3.4
Social scientists and related workers, all other 68,250 130 3.4
Financial specialists, all other 72,640 770 3.4
Community and social service specialists, all other 57,050 530 3.4
Financial examiners 87,100 130 3.4
Natural sciences managers 136,670 220 3.4
Instructional coordinators 73,110 650 3.3
Computer software engineers, applications 91,130 2,900 3.3
Business operations specialists, all other 65,290 5,560 3.2
Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 61,070 270 3.1
Chemists 78,290 410 3.1
Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 43,350 120 3.1
Self-enrichment education teachers 43,620 770 3
Managers, all other 103,290 1,620 2.7
Management analysts 86,420 2,540 2.7
Musicians and singers 0 140 2.7
Office machine operators, except computer 27,500 340 2.7
Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 37,760 190 2.6
Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service 33,580 550 2.5
Writers and authors 50,760 160 2.5
Environmental science and protection technicians, including health 43,120 110 2.5
Computer specialists, all other 74,490 780 2.5
Computer operators 44,460 400 2.4
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 104,870 280 2.4
Insurance underwriters 69,020 370 2.4
Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 111,360 1,100 2.4
Stationary engineers and boiler operators 49,640 120 2.4
Human resources managers, all other 103,370 230 2.4
Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers 42,490 310 2.3
Civil engineers 74,510 1,020 2.3
File clerks 31,680 770 2.3
Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 60,800 450 2.3
Technical writers 70,980 170 2.3
Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks 40,880 210 2.3

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Trenton, New Jersey Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Electricians 78,830 1.68 810
General and operations managers 161,280 1.67 2,080
Personal financial advisors 129,280 1.62 350
Public relations managers 137,270 1.59 170
Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 105,150 1.58 270
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 47,120 1.56 520
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 71,900 1.56 440
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 75,060 1.55 1,940
Financial analysts 109,730 1.54 860
Carpenters 60,100 1.53 900
Social and community service managers 85,480 1.5 380
Community and social service specialists, all other 57,050 1.5 530
Construction laborers 45,980 1.48 430
Property, real estate, and community association managers 79,060 1.48 140
Audio and video equipment technicians 54,260 1.44 110
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 104,870 1.44 280
Social workers, all other 67,760 1.43 120
Couriers and messengers 34,400 1.42 130
First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers 94,070 1.41 140
Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 111,360 1.41 1,100
Network systems and data communications analysts 90,280 1.4 580
Printing machine operators 45,600 1.39 310
Insurance sales agents 78,250 1.39 300
Security guards 34,650 1.37 1,740
Child, family, and school social workers 55,730 1.37 600
Financial managers 127,080 1.37 1,420
Cost estimators 76,270 1.36 170
Health educators 62,470 1.36 120
Special education teachers, secondary school 70,130 1.36 330
Rehabilitation counselors 48,950 1.36 190
File clerks 31,680 1.34 770
Food service managers 65,050 1.34 290
Real estate sales agents 62,980 1.34 160
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 38,960 1.34 5,410
Sales and related workers, all other 52,440 1.33 470
Electronics engineers, except computer 110,180 1.33 230
Marketing managers 135,630 1.33 340
Construction and building inspectors 65,250 1.33 330
Travel agents 41,740 1.33 240
Law clerks 52,250 1.33 150
Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 59,350 1.32 150
Computer programmers 85,010 1.32 1,300
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 33,200 1.32 600
Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service 33,580 1.32 550
Transportation, storage, and distribution managers 106,230 1.32 190
Fire fighters 55,300 1.31 530
First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers 46,800 1.31 280
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 46,770 1.31 130
Graphic designers 52,810 1.31 460
First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 45,660 1.31 380

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