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Albany Employment

Employment and Industries in the Albany, New York Area

State government is the primary element of Albany's economy. State, federal and local governments employ a large number of the area's workers. The healthcare sector also has a significant role in the economy. Albany is also one of the country's largest banking cities. Albany's finance and insurance industries are also important factors.

The leading employment fields in Albany are government, trade transportation and utilities; educational and health services; leisure and hospitality, financial activities, and manufacturing. Management, professional and related occupations provide 31% of the jobs in Albany. The government provides 25% of the jobs. Sales and office jobs comprise 21% of the labor force.

Primarily due to the University of Albany, the city is known as a leader in nanotechnology. Albany is at the center of a large region in the eastern portion of the state of New York known as "Tech Valley," which includes numerous companies in the fields of nanotechnology, homeland security, information technology, biotechnology and alternative energy. Albany includes research facilities of notable companies such as International Sematech, Tokyo Electron LTD and IBM.

Employment is provided by companies making items such as paper products, machine tools, cement, felt, chemicals, steel products, dental products and electrical equipment.

Facts about Albany, New York: Regarding the adult residents, 33% have earned a bachelor's degree or higher. In 2008 the cost of living index in Albany was at 94.2 which is less than the country's average of 100. In 2009 the average salary in Albany was $36,000.

Albany's leading employers:

  • State of New York
  • General Electric Company
  • United States Government
  • Albany Medical Center
  • St. Peter's Health Care Service
  • Northeast Health
  • Verizon Communications
  • County of Albany
  • Stewart's Ice Cream Co
  • Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory Inc

Albany businesses have access to associations such as:

The local newspaper the Times Union keeps readers up-to-date on local business and industry news.

Most Popular Jobs in Albany, New York 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 8,810 $59,450 $43,110 - 79,610 24% 56%
2 Computer programmers 4,410 $62,730 $40,970 - 82,650 -4% 73%
3 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 4,360 $58,330 $28,140 - 99,930 8% 51%
4 Accountants and auditors 4,340 $68,830 $42,740 - 100,120 18% 79%
5 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 4,280 $57,140 $36,860 - 82,650 6% 96%
6 Elementary school teachers, except special education 3,950 $57,690 $39,590 - 81,210 14% 95%
7 Lawyers 3,000 $104,010 $59,500 - 11% 99%
8 Management analysts 2,450 $63,820 $41,350 - 94,420 22% 78%
9 Teachers and instructors, all other 2,300 $32,020 $19,670 - 48,710 9% 54%
10 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 2,170 $56,290 $38,870 - 81,460 11% 95%
11 Financial managers 2,150 $103,330 $55,590 - 13% 60%
12 Medical and health services managers 1,670 $87,920 $55,670 - 129,420 16% 57%
13 Social and human service assistants 1,590 $30,330 $20,390 - 45,550 34% 58%
14 Computer software engineers, applications 1,560 $74,500 $46,030 - 104,760 45% 85%
15 Computer systems analysts 1,480 $69,820 $44,220 - 99,940 29% 68%
16 Child, family, and school social workers 1,400 $46,810 $30,840 - 66,790 19% 77%
17 Civil engineers 1,380 $76,910 $52,820 - 103,940 18% 87%
18 Network systems and data communications analysts 1,370 $73,900 $43,890 - 126,160 53% 57%
19 Detectives and criminal investigators 1,370 $68,630 $52,910 - 81,920 17% 54%
20 Chief executives 1,300 $137,890 $72,410 - 2% 65%
21 Public relations specialists 1,290 $56,940 $28,830 - 81,370 18% 81%
22 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 1,280 $57,540 $21,400 - 82,770 17% 56%
23 Computer and information systems managers 1,260 $101,580 $71,010 - 137,350 16% 73%
24 Managers, all other 1,220 $77,560 $41,120 - 120,820 7% 55%
25 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 1,120 $51,280 $29,070 - 80,100 5% 58%
26 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 1,070 $52,520 $35,990 - 76,550 20% 87%
27 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 1,070 $51,770 $29,530 - 77,700 13% 73%
28 Electrical engineers 1,010 $94,380 $58,980 - 136,430 6% 81%
29 Legislators 960 $78,510 $61,790 - 97,680 1% 65%
30 Pharmacists 890 $93,760 $73,880 - 112,010 22% 97%
31 Market research analysts 850 $61,360 $35,810 - 89,190 20% 82%
32 Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 840 $65,080 $34,900 - 108,460 20% 99%
33 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 840 $34,600 $23,010 - 48,030 34% 73%
34 Insurance underwriters 800 $66,380 $37,480 - 106,360 6% 53%
35 Training and development specialists 800 $56,930 $35,700 - 80,040 18% 56%
36 Mechanical engineers 790 $86,330 $56,740 - 121,290 4% 78%
37 Environmental engineers 790 $66,790 $45,600 - 95,510 25% 86%
38 Network and computer systems administrators 770 $63,120 $40,550 - 93,180 27% 50%
39 Instructional coordinators 770 $55,520 $26,520 - 93,880 23% 79%
40 Self-enrichment education teachers 770 $43,220 $19,550 - 67,290 23% 54%
41 Librarians 750 $54,170 $37,780 - 77,530 4% 85%
42 Special education teachers, secondary school 740 $59,170 $39,110 - 87,130 9% 87%
43 Financial analysts 700 $64,420 $37,540 - 98,600 34% 87%
44 Social and community service managers 690 $77,090 $51,190 - 105,390 25% 72%
45 Computer software engineers, systems software 670 $77,920 $43,590 - 122,700 28% 85%
46 Personal financial advisors 650 $117,090 $52,620 - 41% 81%
47 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 650 $72,320 $36,370 - 127,610 25% 67%
48 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 650 $50,990 $37,190 - 65,630 12% 51%
49 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 640 $43,250 $28,800 - 61,040 30% 77%
50 Social workers, all other 630 $48,110 $26,960 - 66,060 18% 77%
51 Physical scientists, all other 610 $77,290 $47,650 - 115,760 6% 98%
52 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 610 $62,770 $44,130 - 83,840 25% 93%
53 Coaches and scouts 610 $40,580 $22,020 - 66,660 15% 60%
54 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 590 $77,440 $30,070 - 132,560 12% 51%
55 Editors 590 $60,130 $28,870 - 98,940 2% 81%
56 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 590 $48,930 $31,510 - 70,450 18% 56%
57 Medical and public health social workers 590 $46,550 $33,080 - 65,750 24% 77%
58 Budget analysts 570 $60,610 $42,530 - 81,710 7% 78%
59 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 560 $87,180 $41,310 - 164,210 16% 99%
60 Biological technicians 550 $34,600 $26,310 - 48,100 16% 60%
61 Database administrators 540 $71,620 $47,360 - 97,110 29% 72%
62 Sales managers 530 $120,440 $50,030 - 10% 69%
63 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 530 $92,550 $68,840 - 121,260 8% 78%
64 Industrial engineers 530 $85,700 $57,750 - 125,230 20% 74%
65 Graphic designers 530 $49,960 $30,460 - 77,010 10% 55%
66 Physical therapists 520 $63,630 $47,430 - 82,050 27% 89%
67 Occupational therapists 520 $61,070 $45,260 - 81,070 23% 90%
68 Community and social service specialists, all other 520 $49,200 $32,700 - 69,830 25% 58%
69 Education administrators, postsecondary 490 $91,320 $48,900 - 146,890 14% 78%
70 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 490 $54,660 $36,160 - 77,850 18% 56%
71 Clergy 480 $49,370 $27,100 - 78,230 19% 75%
72 Chemists 470 $83,780 $51,780 - 126,620 9% 93%
73 Sales engineers 470 $81,030 $45,740 - 127,430 9% 79%
74 Physician assistants 460 $85,910 $63,790 - 107,710 27% 67%
75 Speech-language pathologists 460 $55,230 $36,560 - 76,130 11% 98%
76 Health educators 460 $49,430 $27,890 - 74,570 26% 58%
77 Advertising sales agents 460 $46,610 $25,910 - 78,230 20% 56%
78 Financial examiners 450 $0 $ - 11% 76%
79 Human resources managers, all other 440 $86,300 $45,630 - 129,080 11% 58%
80 Architects, except landscape and naval 430 $69,300 $38,490 - 101,650 18% 88%
81 Engineering managers 400 $136,720 $78,590 - 7% 84%
82 Special education teachers, middle school 380 $56,270 $39,550 - 78,430 16% 87%
83 Financial specialists, all other 380 $0 $ - 12% 50%
84 Veterinarians 370 $0 $ - 35% 100%
85 Chemical engineers 350 $91,480 $57,870 - 130,760 8% 91%
86 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 350 $36,310 $27,620 - 48,080 15% 51%
87 Biochemists and biophysicists 340 $83,420 $42,740 - 127,300 16% 95%
88 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 330 $54,120 $37,930 - 75,390 11% 58%
89 Purchasing managers 320 $90,360 $51,700 - 147,200 3% 57%
90 Computer specialists, all other 320 $82,470 $57,170 - 108,160 15% 68%
91 Survey researchers 320 $59,290 $27,220 - 83,030 16% 82%
92 Public relations managers 310 $94,770 $34,540 - 164,790 17% 75%
93 Mental health counselors 260 $45,300 $19,380 - 80,660 30% 73%
94 Marketing managers 250 $126,340 $52,670 - 14% 69%
95 Dietitians and nutritionists 250 $54,660 $38,290 - 75,280 9% 72%
96 Electronics engineers, except computer 240 $93,620 $62,810 - 134,220 4% 81%
97 Producers and directors 230 $58,160 $33,950 - 85,190 11% 75%
98 Natural sciences managers 220 $112,190 $64,950 - 159,990 11% 93%
99 Sales and related workers, all other 220 $50,500 $25,790 - 77,730 14% 62%
100 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 210 $61,570 $39,710 - 83,000 14% 54%

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 14,110 $25,780 $15,740 - 43,980 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 12,100 $18,900 $15,550 - 24,300 -3% 10%
3 Office clerks, general 10,670 $27,530 $16,560 - 39,030 13% 19%
4 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 9,620 $32,990 $22,330 - 46,290 1% 18%
5 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 8,490 $25,260 $17,280 - 35,800 15% 4%
6 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 7,820 $34,420 $24,120 - 47,020 13% 16%
7 Waiters and waitresses 7,490 $22,340 $15,410 - 31,740 11% 14%
8 Customer service representatives 7,350 $33,910 $18,880 - 56,380 25% 22%
9 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 7,020 $43,830 $29,970 - 61,060 15% 18%
10 Teacher assistants 6,370 $25,250 $16,100 - 39,100 10% 18%
11 Stock clerks and order fillers 5,830 $23,330 $16,210 - 34,840 -8% 8%
12 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 5,290 $47,950 $30,720 - 71,210 6% 29%
13 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 5,070 $18,230 $15,520 - 22,430 18% 5%
14 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 4,740 $27,090 $16,570 - 38,420 2% 5%
15 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 4,650 $25,410 $19,120 - 33,310 18% 7%
16 Home health aides 4,570 $24,650 $17,520 - 34,370 49% 7%
17 General and operations managers 4,500 $110,040 $52,690 - 2% 48%
18 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 4,190 $44,220 $28,090 - 65,190 10% 4%
19 Food preparation workers 4,160 $20,360 $15,920 - 26,000 15% 7%
20 Maintenance and repair workers, general 4,040 $36,010 $21,400 - 52,470 10% 6%
21 Postsecondary teachers, all other 4,020 $67,540 $43,080 - 107,460 0% 0%
22 Receptionists and information clerks 3,950 $25,970 $18,240 - 34,860 17% 13%
23 Child care workers 3,860 $22,100 $15,650 - 31,850 18% 15%
24 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 3,760 $50,200 $34,830 - 64,240 11% 33%
25 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 3,120 $24,880 $17,480 - 35,800 18% 6%
26 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 3,000 $42,570 $23,950 - 62,890 4% 25%
27 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 2,810 $39,070 $29,130 - 51,050 14% 7%
28 Bus drivers, school 2,800 $33,780 $26,060 - 44,840 9% 4%
29 Construction laborers 2,760 $39,450 $24,960 - 54,970 11% 5%
30 Security guards 2,720 $28,000 $18,440 - 41,010 17% 13%
31 Carpenters 2,570 $42,460 $25,330 - 62,250 10% 6%
32 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 2,470 $31,360 $18,510 - 47,960 8% 4%
33 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 2,380 $40,890 $21,120 - 62,520 14% 4%
34 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 2,330 $31,460 $18,960 - 48,030 11% 14%
35 Word processors and typists 2,280 $31,280 $23,000 - 39,880 -12% 19%
36 Computer support specialists 2,090 $44,420 $31,090 - 59,570 13% 43%
37 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 2,050 $18,030 $15,590 - 22,070 10% 8%
38 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 2,040 $56,640 $33,080 - 82,660 9% 47%
39 Electricians 2,010 $47,330 $26,650 - 66,030 7% 7%
40 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,970 $20,740 $15,680 - 26,690 13% 5%
41 Business operations specialists, all other 1,950 $61,850 $35,690 - 92,560 21% 49%
42 Dishwashers 1,910 $17,800 $15,410 - 21,160 10% 3%
43 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 1,860 $27,820 $17,290 - 39,540 4% 6%
44 Physicians and surgeons, all other 1,760 $155,350 $48,720 - 0% 0%
45 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 1,620 $54,690 $33,050 - 85,370 11% 4%
46 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 1,570 $61,030 $39,240 - 84,280 9% 10%
47 Insurance sales agents 1,550 $59,940 $30,930 - 115,060 13% 45%
48 Tellers 1,520 $23,670 $18,210 - 30,430 14% 16%
49 Office and administrative support workers, all other 1,490 $39,210 $25,930 - 58,790 -9% 32%
50 Bartenders 1,470 $22,110 $15,790 - 35,060 11% 17%
51 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 1,440 $34,460 $24,020 - 47,240 -1% 22%
52 Packers and packagers, hand 1,380 $24,810 $15,860 - 38,200 -12% 3%
53 Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 1,360 $50,850 $35,070 - 73,170 2% 43%
54 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,330 $56,670 $36,600 - 80,940 -5% 15%
55 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 1,270 $32,760 $24,280 - 42,090 4% 15%
56 Data entry keyers 1,270 $28,050 $21,090 - 38,330 -5% 18%
57 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 1,260 $59,950 $36,730 - 86,970 7% 13%
58 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,260 $34,400 $23,640 - 48,590 -2% 2%
59 Legal secretaries 1,250 $37,230 $27,820 - 50,350 12% 18%
60 Correctional officers and jailers 1,220 $44,810 $33,980 - 59,220 17% 11%
61 Highway maintenance workers 1,220 $35,830 $27,420 - 47,010 9% 5%
62 Cooks, fast food 1,220 $19,670 $15,480 - 26,720 8% 5%
63 Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other 1,170 $40,590 $23,970 - 58,800 10% 46%
64 Preschool teachers, except special education 1,160 $24,560 $17,520 - 34,160 26% 43%
65 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 1,100 $49,190 $27,720 - 84,680 8% 3%
66 Recreation workers 1,080 $24,330 $16,300 - 33,750 13% 47%
67 Postal service mail carriers 1,060 $0 $ - 1% 11%
68 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 1,030 $39,600 $25,560 - 59,980 9% 3%
69 Paralegals and legal assistants 1,000 $45,170 $31,820 - 60,980 22% 45%
70 Team assemblers 1,000 $27,190 $16,460 - 45,190 0% 5%
71 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 1,000 $26,970 $17,970 - 38,260 11% 5%
72 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 990 $24,900 $15,600 - 39,400 12% 6%
73 Counter and rental clerks 980 $30,940 $17,370 - 48,600 23% 16%
74 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 950 $34,660 $22,940 - 51,030 10% 24%
75 Bill and account collectors 900 $34,100 $23,450 - 46,390 23% 13%
76 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 880 $21,340 $15,790 - 31,310 14% 3%
77 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 880 $18,190 $15,440 - 23,460 12% 6%
78 Administrative services managers 870 $84,850 $56,530 - 123,540 12% 40%
79 First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 870 $65,010 $53,080 - 81,740 9% 33%
80 Printing machine operators 870 $42,110 $29,730 - 58,480 -6% 6%
81 Computer operators 870 $34,970 $23,660 - 51,820 -25% 27%
82 Sales representatives, services, all other 830 $59,380 $29,380 - 92,330 28% 48%
83 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 820 $53,690 $34,770 - 78,560 0% 42%
84 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 820 $21,020 $16,470 - 29,040 10% 5%
85 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 800 $82,060 $42,150 - 143,300 4% 38%
86 Pharmacy technicians 800 $29,130 $19,360 - 43,730 32% 16%
87 File clerks 770 $23,610 $15,870 - 36,890 -41% 20%
88 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 760 $42,360 $29,780 - 53,850 12% 3%
89 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 750 $28,070 $15,680 - 49,060 27% 47%
90 Loan officers 720 $69,720 $30,970 - 126,000 12% 49%
91 Switchboard operators, including answering service 720 $24,720 $18,180 - 32,450 -8% 10%
92 Machinists 710 $48,490 $29,160 - 78,040 -3% 3%
93 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 710 $37,730 $20,090 - 58,360 -7% 14%
94 Dental assistants 710 $33,970 $23,920 - 42,310 29% 9%
95 Radiologic technologists and technicians 700 $55,190 $41,430 - 70,160 15% 25%
96 Industrial machinery mechanics 700 $51,250 $34,740 - 70,490 9% 5%
97 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 700 $50,170 $31,720 - 73,620 10% 17%
98 Parts salespersons 690 $34,460 $21,550 - 48,470 -2% 6%
99 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 680 $43,350 $27,010 - 62,380 4% 30%
100 Court, municipal, and license clerks 670 $36,470 $26,290 - 52,430 9% 24%
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Jobs More Common Near Albany Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Arbitrators, mediators, and conciliators 88,190 190 16.7
Physical scientists, all other 77,290 610 13
Boilermakers 48,820 250 7.7
Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 50,850 1,360 7.6
Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other 40,590 1,170 7.4
Postsecondary teachers, all other 67,540 4,020 7.2
Music directors and composers 37,110 150 7
Legislators 78,510 960 6.7
Survey researchers 59,290 320 5.9
Curators 51,330 130 5.9
Word processors and typists 31,280 2,280 5.7
Financial examiners 0 450 5.6
Graduate teaching assistants 31,930 660 5.5
Biochemists and biophysicists 83,420 340 5.1
Detectives and criminal investigators 68,630 1,370 4.9
Legal support workers, all other 41,850 550 4.9
Environmental engineers 66,790 790 4.8
Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates 116,410 190 4.5
Highway maintenance workers 35,830 1,220 4.2
Bailiffs 44,890 140 4
Chemical engineers 91,480 350 4
Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 34,600 840 3.8
Clergy 49,370 480 3.7
Postmasters and mail superintendents 62,740 110 3.6
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 65,010 870 3.6
Directors, religious activities and education 31,010 130 3.4
Furnace, kiln, oven, drier, and kettle operators and tenders 34,170 110 3.3
First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers 64,480 180 3.3
Social workers, all other 48,110 630 3.2
Computer programmers 62,730 4,410 3.1
Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 65,080 840 3
Stationary engineers and boiler operators 47,050 320 3
Biological technicians 34,600 550 3
Budget analysts 60,610 570 2.8
Farmworkers, farm and ranch animals 21,550 130 2.8
Locksmiths and safe repairers 35,270 110 2.7
Transportation inspectors 58,680 120 2.7
Economists 81,760 100 2.6
Psychiatric aides 27,660 300 2.6
Health specialties teachers, postsecondary 113,590 580 2.5
Computer operators 34,970 870 2.5
Computer and information scientists, research 85,180 190 2.5
Chemical equipment operators and tenders 51,150 290 2.5
Insurance underwriters 66,380 800 2.4
Camera operators, television, video, and motion picture 54,660 100 2.4
Health educators 49,430 460 2.4
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 62,770 610 2.4
Veterinarians 0 370 2.3
Court, municipal, and license clerks 36,470 670 2.3
Funeral directors 62,130 120 2.3

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Albany, New York Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Legislators 78,510 2.21 960
Property, real estate, and community association managers 86,920 1.62 180
Welding, soldering, and brazing machine setters, operators, and tenders 52,790 1.59 200
Health specialties teachers, postsecondary 113,590 1.48 580
Personal financial advisors 117,090 1.47 650
Survey researchers 59,290 1.39 320
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 48,800 1.39 460
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 75,350 1.38 240
Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 61,570 1.36 210
Social and community service managers 77,090 1.35 690
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 79,380 1.34 170
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 51,490 1.34 210
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 39,310 1.33 410
Counter and rental clerks 30,940 1.33 980
Machinists 48,490 1.31 710
English language and literature teachers, postsecondary 79,990 1.31 170
Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 87,180 1.31 560
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 66,540 1.3 630
Bailiffs 44,890 1.3 140
Bus drivers, school 33,780 1.29 2,800
Community and social service specialists, all other 49,200 1.29 520
Business teachers, postsecondary 94,880 1.29 170
Printing machine operators 42,110 1.29 870
Sales and related workers, all other 50,500 1.29 220
Arbitrators, mediators, and conciliators 88,190 1.28 190
Surveying and mapping technicians 48,430 1.28 180
Machine feeders and offbearers 33,100 1.28 320
Chemists 83,780 1.27 470
Construction laborers 39,450 1.27 2,760
Mathematical science teachers, postsecondary 83,850 1.27 120
Office and administrative support workers, all other 39,210 1.26 1,490
Telecommunications line installers and repairers 57,690 1.26 620
Motor vehicle operators, all other 35,350 1.25 120
Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 54,120 1.25 330
Engineering managers 136,720 1.25 400
Computer hardware engineers 112,300 1.24 130
Graphic designers 49,960 1.24 530
Marketing managers 126,340 1.24 250
Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 44,660 1.24 160
Painters, construction and maintenance 42,270 1.23 350
Construction managers 103,190 1.23 660
Sales managers 120,440 1.22 530
Computer specialists, all other 82,470 1.22 320
Sheet metal workers 50,980 1.22 110
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 34,660 1.22 950
Residential advisors 31,120 1.22 150
First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 42,600 1.22 660
Packers and packagers, hand 24,810 1.22 1,380
Editors 60,130 1.21 590
Meeting and convention planners 52,900 1.21 190

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