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Utica Employment

Employment and Industries in the Utica, New York Area

The leading industries in Utica, New York are healthcare, education and social services. Agriculture is still a significant part of the region's economy due to the local dairies and farms. Although the manufacturing sector has experienced a decline, it still contributes to the economy.

The primary fields of employment in Utica, New York are healthcare, educational services, government, finance and insurance, accommodation and food services, and social assistance. Sales and office occupations (26% of the labor force). Management, professional and related occupations (25% of the workforce). Service Occupations (19% of the labor force).

Some of the most common jobs in Utica where the majority of the workers are college graduates are registered nurses, teachers, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives, social and human service assistants, financial managers, management analysts, computer systems analysts, educational, vocational and school counselors, and legislators.

Significant employers in Utica, New York:

  • Conmed Corporation
  • St. Elizabeth Medical Hospital
  • Utica City School District
  • Upstate Cerebral Palsy
  • Utica College
  • ECR International Inc
  • RLE Corp
  • Mohawk Hospital Equipment, Inc
  • Commercial Travelers Mutual Insurance Co
  • Farrington Packaging Corporation
  • HJ Brandeles Corporation
  • Bank of Utica
  • Utica Cutlery Company
  • Oneida-Lewis Chapter, Nysarc
  • Central Association for the Blind, Inc
  • Adirondack Bank
  • Oneida Herkimer Solid Waste Mgmt Authority Inc
  • Mohawk Valley Community College

Details about Utica, New York: In 2008 the cost of living index was at 83.6. The nation's average is 100. Regarding the adult residents, 15% have achieved a bachelor's degree or better. In 2009 the average salary in Utica was $24,000.

Organizations that offer information and assistance to companies situated in Utica include:

News regarding the local business community is provided by the Observer-Dispatch.

Most Popular Jobs in Utica, 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 3,250 $54,470 $42,220 - 67,760 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,370 $55,600 $36,670 - 80,810 14% 95%
3 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,280 $56,570 $37,360 - 81,160 6% 96%
4 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,040 $51,910 $22,240 - 90,220 8% 51%
5 Accountants and auditors 960 $62,790 $36,030 - 96,880 18% 79%
6 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 850 $57,690 $37,450 - 80,810 11% 95%
7 Teachers and instructors, all other 800 $29,570 $20,460 - 46,570 9% 54%
8 Social and human service assistants 570 $32,700 $18,510 - 50,310 34% 58%
9 Self-enrichment education teachers 480 $33,760 $24,180 - 50,680 23% 54%
10 Financial managers 450 $84,190 $50,980 - 126,490 13% 60%
11 Management analysts 370 $57,300 $36,660 - 80,330 22% 78%
12 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 370 $56,230 $37,560 - 79,520 20% 87%
13 Computer systems analysts 340 $71,190 $51,660 - 97,840 29% 68%
14 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 320 $50,200 $30,630 - 77,320 13% 73%
15 Legislators 310 $73,360 $59,270 - 88,770 1% 65%
16 Social workers, all other 310 $51,780 $35,340 - 69,440 18% 77%
17 Pharmacists 300 $107,070 $83,090 - 130,160 22% 97%
18 Child, family, and school social workers 300 $41,030 $30,350 - 53,060 19% 77%
19 Chief executives 290 $121,060 $76,320 - 2% 65%
20 Computer programmers 290 $58,590 $39,030 - 85,170 -4% 73%
21 Computer software engineers, applications 270 $75,940 $52,190 - 106,490 45% 85%
22 Network and computer systems administrators 270 $62,460 $38,020 - 93,150 27% 50%
23 Lawyers 260 $131,900 $65,390 - 11% 99%
24 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 250 $68,440 $45,650 - 87,410 16% 99%
25 Electronics engineers, except computer 230 $103,480 $70,220 - 134,960 4% 81%
26 Managers, all other 230 $64,800 $41,760 - 97,810 7% 55%
27 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 220 $52,720 $34,910 - 65,900 30% 77%
28 Librarians 220 $48,590 $25,950 - 71,660 4% 85%
29 Coaches and scouts 220 $34,690 $18,940 - 50,310 15% 60%
30 Physical therapists 210 $69,360 $42,990 - 121,080 27% 89%
31 Industrial engineers 210 $58,310 $40,350 - 82,800 20% 74%
32 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 200 $84,960 $59,020 - 117,750 8% 78%
33 Special education teachers, secondary school 200 $57,130 $39,760 - 81,790 9% 87%
34 Medical and public health social workers 190 $42,240 $22,390 - 65,110 24% 77%
35 Occupational therapists 180 $59,620 $40,130 - 90,050 23% 90%
36 Special education teachers, middle school 180 $55,470 $37,920 - 77,710 16% 87%
37 Training and development specialists 180 $48,440 $34,290 - 71,550 18% 56%
38 Computer and information systems managers 170 $99,720 $62,690 - 157,650 16% 73%
39 Electrical engineers 170 $78,840 $52,810 - 123,120 6% 81%
40 Civil engineers 170 $66,040 $52,050 - 93,500 18% 87%
41 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 170 $53,810 $38,160 - 76,500 -5% 96%
42 Computer software engineers, systems software 160 $80,120 $54,930 - 110,190 28% 85%
43 Social and community service managers 160 $64,210 $42,040 - 91,300 25% 72%
44 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 160 $58,490 $35,550 - 87,140 5% 58%
45 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 160 $46,450 $15,820 - 81,450 17% 56%
46 Education administrators, postsecondary 150 $80,960 $51,140 - 118,370 14% 78%
47 Public relations specialists 150 $54,080 $28,060 - 79,800 18% 81%
48 Insurance underwriters 140 $58,460 $32,150 - 93,650 6% 53%
49 Financial analysts 140 $53,990 $35,340 - 82,060 34% 87%
50 Community and social service specialists, all other 140 $47,260 $26,550 - 73,470 25% 58%
51 Mechanical engineers 130 $67,040 $43,190 - 97,490 4% 78%
52 Network systems and data communications analysts 130 $60,430 $43,650 - 82,230 53% 57%
53 Advertising sales agents 130 $45,040 $24,740 - 66,510 20% 56%
54 Sales managers 120 $127,030 $57,730 - 10% 69%
55 Speech-language pathologists 120 $63,840 $41,820 - 94,040 11% 98%
56 Instructional coordinators 120 $47,120 $27,350 - 70,750 23% 79%
57 Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates 110 $116,950 $95,880 - 138,920 5% 99%
58 Clergy 110 $53,760 $22,500 - 78,870 19% 75%
59 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 110 $42,990 $28,050 - 62,610 18% 56%
60 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 100 $60,640 $35,810 - 88,140 18% 56%
61 Market research analysts 100 $60,240 $34,580 - 96,210 20% 82%
62 Dietitians and nutritionists 100 $53,650 $40,820 - 65,380 9% 72%
63 Computer hardware engineers 90 $91,020 $56,220 - 126,800 5% 70%
64 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 90 $62,220 $35,150 - 95,180 12% 51%
65 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 90 $51,730 $42,450 - 63,020 12% 51%
66 Recreational therapists 90 $46,760 $31,790 - 63,010 4% 77%
67 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 90 $45,070 $29,880 - 60,800 34% 73%
68 Dentists, general 80 $185,240 $94,210 - 9% 100%
69 Personal financial advisors 80 $117,150 $50,640 - 41% 81%
70 Engineering managers 80 $101,540 $60,410 - 147,120 7% 84%
71 Database administrators 80 $54,510 $33,370 - 88,840 29% 72%
72 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 80 $49,250 $32,420 - 80,870 14% 54%
73 Graphic designers 80 $40,100 $19,350 - 62,160 10% 55%
74 Floral designers 80 $22,300 $16,210 - 28,890 -9% 55%
75 Marketing managers 70 $103,790 $33,350 - 164,260 14% 69%
76 Physician assistants 70 $86,730 $70,270 - 109,670 27% 67%
77 Financial specialists, all other 70 $52,460 $28,720 - 88,780 12% 50%
78 Musicians and singers 70 $0 $ - 10% 53%
79 Public relations managers 60 $63,900 $34,120 - 111,870 17% 75%
80 Postmasters and mail superintendents 60 $60,100 $45,030 - 77,180 -1% 55%
81 Commercial and industrial designers 60 $49,550 $33,890 - 77,880 7% 55%
82 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 60 $41,810 $22,490 - 60,790 15% 51%
83 Health educators 60 $35,750 $25,820 - 60,100 26% 58%
84 Chemists 50 $60,810 $36,820 - 85,660 9% 93%
85 Occupational health and safety specialists 50 $53,820 $36,860 - 70,770 8% 72%
86 Interior designers 50 $36,820 $27,150 - 49,370 20% 55%
87 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 50 $0 $ - 24% 78%
88 Veterinarians 40 $130,790 $70,120 - 35% 100%
89 Purchasing managers 40 $94,320 $68,450 - 125,820 3% 57%
90 Environmental engineers 40 $72,770 $45,700 - 101,470 25% 86%
91 Human resources managers, all other 40 $67,300 $43,430 - 97,920 11% 58%
92 Vocational education teachers, middle school 40 $54,840 $38,230 - 77,050 -5% 95%
93 Technical writers 40 $54,680 $41,800 - 74,450 20% 74%
94 Mental health counselors 40 $39,850 $17,770 - 76,230 30% 73%
95 Engineers, all other 30 $79,430 $30,620 - 151,480 6% 82%
96 Operations research analysts 30 $68,020 $39,020 - 111,650 11% 71%
97 Music directors and composers 30 $0 $ - 13% 53%

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 3,710 $23,950 $15,800 - 37,080 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 3,480 $18,320 $15,460 - 23,050 -3% 10%
3 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 3,050 $22,770 $17,420 - 29,250 18% 7%
4 Customer service representatives 2,940 $29,060 $19,450 - 40,120 25% 22%
5 Office clerks, general 2,910 $24,170 $15,830 - 33,950 13% 19%
6 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 2,630 $30,100 $21,140 - 40,700 13% 16%
7 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,630 $23,460 $15,740 - 35,120 15% 4%
8 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 2,330 $28,970 $20,460 - 40,300 1% 18%
9 Waiters and waitresses 2,120 $22,630 $16,070 - 33,990 11% 14%
10 Teacher assistants 2,120 $21,460 $15,600 - 28,030 10% 18%
11 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,930 $22,540 $15,800 - 34,280 -8% 8%
12 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,910 $33,880 $27,330 - 41,050 14% 7%
13 Food preparation workers 1,730 $19,000 $15,630 - 24,200 15% 7%
14 Home health aides 1,610 $28,570 $17,770 - 39,420 49% 7%
15 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,550 $32,570 $21,670 - 50,320 10% 4%
16 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,500 $24,830 $16,500 - 35,290 2% 5%
17 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,470 $46,260 $29,670 - 64,320 6% 29%
18 Team assemblers 1,420 $22,760 $15,830 - 31,540 0% 5%
19 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,320 $32,940 $20,170 - 48,320 10% 6%
20 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 1,320 $17,380 $15,380 - 20,430 18% 5%
21 General and operations managers 1,210 $89,650 $46,850 - 154,600 2% 48%
22 Personal and home care aides 1,130 $20,500 $16,950 - 25,890 51% 10%
23 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,110 $38,970 $27,060 - 52,690 15% 18%
24 Receptionists and information clerks 1,000 $23,140 $16,990 - 30,410 17% 13%
25 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 920 $19,530 $15,510 - 25,560 13% 5%
26 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 910 $23,500 $15,730 - 36,890 8% 4%
27 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 850 $27,090 $17,470 - 40,520 14% 4%
28 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 830 $33,370 $25,480 - 43,730 -1% 22%
29 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 830 $30,450 $16,580 - 49,190 18% 6%
30 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 820 $36,990 $22,310 - 53,260 4% 25%
31 Carpenters 790 $33,470 $19,210 - 50,390 10% 6%
32 Bus drivers, school 790 $30,090 $19,960 - 42,350 9% 4%
33 Cooks, fast food 760 $18,120 $15,390 - 24,160 8% 5%
34 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 740 $27,770 $20,530 - 37,510 11% 14%
35 Dishwashers 700 $16,360 $15,190 - 18,810 10% 3%
36 Insurance sales agents 650 $46,690 $29,030 - 75,010 13% 45%
37 Child care workers 650 $20,150 $15,490 - 26,470 18% 15%
38 Packers and packagers, hand 610 $21,910 $15,540 - 30,510 -12% 3%
39 Tellers 600 $24,600 $19,730 - 31,280 14% 16%
40 Construction laborers 580 $36,500 $20,950 - 54,360 11% 5%
41 Highway maintenance workers 580 $33,000 $26,070 - 40,790 9% 5%
42 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 540 $52,050 $30,610 - 77,100 9% 47%
43 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 540 $50,480 $33,820 - 73,350 -5% 15%
44 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 530 $30,660 $18,790 - 40,700 -7% 14%
45 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 530 $25,690 $17,540 - 38,090 4% 6%
46 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 490 $39,950 $26,820 - 51,960 11% 33%
47 Electricians 480 $44,660 $32,680 - 60,020 7% 7%
48 Security guards 480 $34,620 $18,870 - 51,670 17% 13%
49 Industrial truck and tractor operators 480 $34,280 $21,290 - 41,270 -2% 2%
50 Machinists 480 $31,240 $20,340 - 42,860 -3% 3%
51 Word processors and typists 480 $30,750 $22,970 - 39,890 -12% 19%
52 Psychiatric aides 470 $36,550 $25,700 - 49,670 -0% 7%
53 Computer support specialists 440 $38,160 $23,430 - 56,110 13% 43%
54 Cooks, restaurant 440 $26,360 $20,590 - 35,120 12% 5%
55 Preschool teachers, except special education 430 $26,320 $17,930 - 45,500 26% 43%
56 Bartenders 430 $23,370 $15,380 - 44,250 11% 17%
57 Data entry keyers 420 $26,290 $18,250 - 37,940 -5% 18%
58 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 400 $54,300 $35,900 - 79,360 9% 10%
59 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 400 $16,480 $15,440 - 18,660 10% 8%
60 Physicians and surgeons, all other 370 $195,050 $131,540 - 0% 0%
61 Postal service mail carriers 370 $0 $ - 1% 11%
62 Driver/sales workers 340 $26,620 $15,210 - 47,330 -5% 4%
63 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 340 $26,300 $19,100 - 35,310 11% 5%
64 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 340 $21,970 $17,400 - 28,740 10% 24%
65 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 330 $37,940 $27,470 - 52,300 4% 30%
66 Recreation workers 330 $22,560 $15,310 - 34,790 13% 47%
67 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 320 $56,260 $35,900 - 81,820 7% 13%
68 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 320 $28,690 $21,360 - 38,460 4% 15%
69 Bakers 310 $20,670 $16,220 - 29,530 10% 8%
70 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 290 $24,870 $17,180 - 37,080 -27% 6%
71 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 290 $18,110 $15,440 - 23,260 14% 3%
72 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 280 $47,680 $29,470 - 70,440 8% 3%
73 Printing machine operators 280 $34,240 $26,490 - 42,950 -6% 6%
74 Helpers--production workers 280 $21,830 $16,000 - 30,240 -1% 4%
75 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 270 $28,910 $16,220 - 38,900 -5% 5%
76 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 260 $39,830 $25,880 - 61,070 9% 3%
77 Eligibility interviewers, government programs 250 $36,480 $26,550 - 50,260 3% 38%
78 File clerks 250 $22,240 $16,490 - 29,390 -41% 20%
79 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 240 $53,120 $33,430 - 79,790 0% 42%
80 Pharmacy technicians 240 $30,100 $19,970 - 40,980 32% 16%
81 Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 240 $28,180 $20,770 - 38,840 -7% 0%
82 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 240 $18,870 $15,540 - 24,260 10% 5%
83 Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 220 $31,890 $22,650 - 42,600 11% 29%
84 Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 220 $28,440 $18,310 - 39,530 -15% 0%
85 Refuse and recyclable material collectors 220 $26,180 $18,360 - 32,790 7% 3%
86 Medical assistants 220 $24,670 $19,250 - 30,800 35% 10%
87 Business operations specialists, all other 210 $54,350 $33,520 - 78,950 21% 49%
88 Sales representatives, services, all other 210 $53,790 $29,090 - 94,660 28% 48%
89 Medical records and health information technicians 210 $28,770 $18,530 - 44,000 18% 12%
90 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 210 $24,770 $15,740 - 38,090 12% 6%
91 Radiologic technologists and technicians 200 $50,520 $40,930 - 63,860 15% 25%
92 First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 200 $40,410 $27,720 - 53,530 13% 11%
93 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 200 $37,360 $25,720 - 57,730 12% 3%
94 Sewing machine operators 200 $20,590 $15,460 - 29,830 -27% 5%
95 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 190 $70,370 $36,540 - 120,910 4% 38%
96 Dental hygienists 190 $59,820 $53,350 - 67,560 30% 33%
97 Legal secretaries 190 $27,270 $21,070 - 41,820 12% 18%
98 Switchboard operators, including answering service 190 $22,990 $15,570 - 32,610 -8% 10%
99 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 190 $21,050 $15,440 - 40,480 10% 17%
100 First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 180 $44,330 $33,070 - 59,930 13% 17%
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Jobs More Common Near Utica Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Psychiatric aides 36,550 470 14.7
Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates 116,950 110 9.5
Legislators 73,360 310 7.8
Highway maintenance workers 33,000 580 7.2
Social workers, all other 51,780 310 5.7
Word processors and typists 30,750 480 4.4
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 33,370 830 3.8
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 28,180 240 3.8
Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 27,510 110 3.6
Eligibility interviewers, government programs 36,480 250 3.5
Self-enrichment education teachers 33,760 480 3.3
Clergy 53,760 110 3.1
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 33,880 1,910 3.1
Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 68,440 250 2.9
English language and literature teachers, postsecondary 62,810 120 2.8
Personal and home care aides 20,500 1,130 2.8
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 53,810 170 2.7
Bakers 20,670 310 2.5
Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 22,770 3,050 2.5
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 59,970 160 2.4
Dietitians and nutritionists 53,650 100 2.3
Refuse and recyclable material collectors 26,180 220 2.2
Food preparation workers 19,000 1,730 2.2
Special education teachers, middle school 55,470 180 2.2
Bus drivers, school 30,090 790 2.2
Occupational therapists 59,620 180 2.1
Insurance sales agents 46,690 650 2.1
Home health aides 28,570 1,610 2.1
Mental health and substance abuse social workers 52,720 220 2.1
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 27,070 140 2
Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 52,050 540 2
Education administrators, postsecondary 80,960 150 2
Social and human service assistants 32,700 570 2
Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 56,230 370 2
Court, municipal, and license clerks 37,330 160 2
Teacher assistants 21,460 2,120 2
New accounts clerks 28,450 140 2
Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers 21,000 110 1.8
Teachers and instructors, all other 29,570 800 1.8
Electronics engineers, except computer 103,480 230 1.8
Library assistants, clerical 22,640 170 1.8
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 21,970 340 1.7
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 60,070 120 1.7
Food batchmakers 18,330 120 1.7
Special education teachers, secondary school 57,130 200 1.7
Sewing machine operators 20,590 200 1.7
Librarians 48,590 220 1.6
Printing machine operators 34,240 280 1.6
Cooks, fast food 18,120 760 1.6
Data entry keyers 26,290 420 1.6

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Legislators 73,360 2.06 310
Security guards 34,620 1.37 480
Home health aides 28,570 1.35 1,610
Psychiatric aides 36,550 1.34 470
Mental health and substance abuse social workers 52,720 1.32 220
Sales managers 127,030 1.29 120
Lawyers 131,900 1.29 260
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 30,450 1.26 830
Electronics engineers, except computer 103,480 1.25 230
Community and social service specialists, all other 47,260 1.24 140
Cooks, restaurant 26,360 1.21 440
Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates 116,950 1.21 110
Waiters and waitresses 22,630 1.21 2,120
Bartenders 23,370 1.2 430
Counter and rental clerks 27,670 1.19 170
Clergy 53,760 1.19 110
Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 21,050 1.19 190
Construction laborers 36,500 1.17 580
Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 58,490 1.16 160
First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 40,410 1.16 200
Social and human service assistants 32,700 1.15 570
Bus drivers, school 30,090 1.15 790
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 57,690 1.15 850
Industrial truck and tractor operators 34,280 1.14 480
Court, municipal, and license clerks 37,330 1.13 160
Social and community service managers 64,210 1.13 160
Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 56,230 1.12 370
Fire fighters 47,110 1.12 120
Elementary school teachers, except special education 55,600 1.12 1,370
Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 27,630 1.11 130
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 47,680 1.11 280
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 34,920 1.11 150
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 26,300 1.11 340
Special education teachers, secondary school 57,130 1.11 200
Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 56,570 1.11 1,280
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 28,910 1.11 270
Administrative services managers 80,390 1.1 170
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 60,070 1.1 120
Physicians and surgeons, all other 195,050 1.09 370
Social workers, all other 51,780 1.09 310
Special education teachers, middle school 55,470 1.09 180
Kindergarten teachers, except special education 51,630 1.09 170
Food servers, nonrestaurant 21,810 1.08 170
Butchers and meat cutters 32,360 1.08 110
Packers and packagers, hand 21,910 1.07 610
Public relations specialists 54,080 1.07 150
Pharmacy technicians 30,100 1.07 240
Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 18,470 1.06 120
Accountants and auditors 62,790 1.05 960
Printing machine operators 34,240 1.05 280

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