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Fargo Employment

Employment and Industries in the Fargo, North Dakota Area

Fargo is known for its pro-business environment. The Fargo economy is powered by education, healthcare, food processing and agricultural equipment manufacturing. Agriculture is also a significant element of the economy. The city is also a major retail hub for the entire Upper Plains. In addition, software companies, including Microsoft have facilities in Fargo.

Case I H, a producer of heavy-duty tractors is the city's top manufacturing company. Jobs are also provided by companies producing items such as concrete, food, jewelry, dairy and meat products, and neon signs.

Some of the notable local companies are BBI International, a prominent biofuels company, Alien Technology, an RFID manufacturer, CNH Global, manufactures agricultural equipment, Cass-Clay Creamery, local creamery, Global Electric Motorcars, manufacturers neighborhood electric vehicles, Hornbachers, local chain of supermarkets and Forum Communications, owns newspapers and television and radio stations.

Fargo has bee rated by Expansion Management magazine as one of the top places to locate a company. Fargo has been rated by Forbes Magazine as the second best small city in the nation for business and careers.

The city's largest employers:

  • MeritCare Health System
  • North Dakota State University
  • Fargo Public School District Number One
  • Dakota Clinic, LTD
  • US Bank Service Center
  • Microsoft
  • Innovis Health
  • City of Fargo
  • Noridian Mutual Insurance Company
  • Fargo VA Medical Center
  • Veterans Health Administration
  • Wanzek Construction Company
  • Upstream LLC
  • Hornbachers Foods
  • Dak Bev, LLC
  • American Lutheran Homes, Inc
  • Bethany Homes, Inc
  • Alien Technology
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Fargo's leading nonagricultural employment segments:

  • Trade, transportation and utilities
  • Government
  • Educational and health services
  • Leisure and hospitality
  • Professional and business services
  • Financial activities
  • Manufacturing

Facts about Fargo, North Dakota: In 2009 the average salary was $32,000. In 2008 the cost of living index in Fargo was 85.1. The nation's average is 100. For the population 25 years of age and older, 34% have acquired a bachelor's degree or better.

Fargo businesses have access to helpful organizations such as:

The Inforum provides information about the local business community.

Most Popular Jobs in Fargo, North Dakota 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 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,710 $49,200 $27,780 - 79,310 8% 51%
2 Registered nurses 1,580 $58,800 $38,390 - 79,340 24% 56%
3 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,180 $41,610 $29,450 - 53,320 14% 95%
4 Accountants and auditors 900 $49,780 $34,020 - 68,460 18% 79%
5 Computer systems analysts 710 $57,820 $34,730 - 87,430 29% 68%
6 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 670 $44,040 $28,920 - 62,670 6% 96%
7 Financial managers 530 $91,740 $48,640 - 153,470 13% 60%
8 Pharmacists 450 $90,010 $24,350 - 125,180 22% 97%
9 Sales managers 430 $89,740 $48,260 - 134,680 10% 69%
10 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 390 $87,400 $41,290 - 124,920 12% 51%
11 Computer software engineers, applications 380 $66,970 $42,270 - 102,820 45% 85%
12 Chief executives 300 $149,720 $61,430 - 2% 65%
13 Lawyers 270 $120,770 $50,820 - 11% 99%
14 Computer and information systems managers 270 $88,710 $51,550 - 128,110 16% 73%
15 Computer programmers 270 $52,070 $30,340 - 81,350 -4% 73%
16 Graphic designers 270 $33,130 $25,680 - 41,920 10% 55%
17 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 260 $28,620 $21,180 - 38,620 15% 51%
18 Coaches and scouts 250 $28,480 $15,100 - 50,930 15% 60%
19 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 240 $47,550 $35,180 - 62,330 12% 51%
20 Mechanical engineers 230 $69,990 $38,820 - 101,080 4% 78%
21 Public relations specialists 220 $46,780 $30,390 - 77,540 18% 81%
22 Training and development specialists 220 $45,640 $30,160 - 65,770 18% 56%
23 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 200 $53,050 $36,240 - 69,730 20% 87%
24 Network and computer systems administrators 200 $51,040 $34,340 - 70,140 27% 50%
25 Financial analysts 190 $82,400 $38,450 - 137,240 34% 87%
26 Marketing managers 180 $80,500 $42,350 - 126,090 14% 69%
27 Managers, all other 180 $76,940 $33,290 - 134,260 7% 55%
28 Industrial engineers 180 $69,340 $48,660 - 94,090 20% 74%
29 Community and social service specialists, all other 180 $35,470 $18,030 - 56,890 25% 58%
30 Architects, except landscape and naval 170 $60,530 $35,220 - 90,420 18% 88%
31 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 170 $54,710 $28,340 - 83,530 5% 58%
32 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 160 $50,550 $34,150 - 77,470 25% 67%
33 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 160 $49,930 $33,990 - 71,320 13% 73%
34 Child, family, and school social workers 160 $43,450 $31,900 - 60,260 19% 77%
35 Electronics engineers, except computer 150 $72,660 $53,430 - 97,720 4% 81%
36 Physical therapists 150 $68,000 $52,880 - 86,600 27% 89%
37 Engineering managers 140 $90,630 $58,180 - 119,380 7% 84%
38 Physician assistants 140 $76,510 $53,770 - 101,570 27% 67%
39 Civil engineers 140 $63,600 $33,510 - 96,710 18% 87%
40 Social and community service managers 140 $49,340 $30,170 - 72,710 25% 72%
41 Market research analysts 130 $61,100 $35,900 - 107,950 20% 82%
42 Medical and health services managers 120 $71,220 $44,470 - 103,900 16% 57%
43 Speech-language pathologists 120 $55,420 $35,790 - 78,470 11% 98%
44 Special education teachers, secondary school 120 $53,900 $37,820 - 69,000 9% 87%
45 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 120 $52,870 $31,810 - 71,130 17% 56%
46 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 120 $48,570 $32,430 - 66,850 11% 95%
47 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 120 $38,050 $22,440 - 54,190 18% 56%
48 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 110 $89,340 $63,610 - 111,310 8% 78%
49 Network systems and data communications analysts 110 $55,150 $31,050 - 88,440 53% 57%
50 Engineers, all other 100 $68,210 $27,480 - 153,050 6% 82%
51 Occupational therapists 100 $59,170 $43,840 - 80,070 23% 90%
52 Instructional coordinators 100 $45,650 $23,090 - 95,490 23% 79%
53 Personal financial advisors 90 $83,160 $36,710 - 41% 81%
54 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 90 $58,810 $36,200 - 89,940 18% 56%
55 Medical and public health social workers 90 $40,940 $29,090 - 57,160 24% 77%
56 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 80 $56,550 $37,800 - 78,330 -5% 96%
57 Dietitians and nutritionists 80 $46,630 $34,220 - 62,410 9% 72%
58 Sales and related workers, all other 80 $43,160 $19,850 - 71,410 14% 62%
59 Rehabilitation counselors 80 $40,540 $29,120 - 51,740 23% 73%
60 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 80 $39,240 $33,540 - 49,030 34% 73%
61 Advertising sales agents 80 $38,570 $20,290 - 62,050 20% 56%
62 Compensation and benefits managers 70 $98,490 $43,390 - 12% 58%
63 Librarians 70 $54,770 $36,020 - 77,830 4% 85%
64 Operations research analysts 70 $49,360 $34,010 - 72,290 11% 71%
65 Producers and directors 70 $40,210 $26,860 - 54,950 11% 75%
66 Computer specialists, all other 60 $61,720 $47,150 - 79,450 15% 68%
67 Commercial pilots 60 $56,420 $24,390 - 73,910 13% 74%
68 Financial specialists, all other 60 $55,540 $32,100 - 93,500 12% 50%
69 Reporters and correspondents 60 $33,940 $22,400 - 46,790 1% 85%
70 Interior designers 60 $33,290 $15,090 - 49,080 20% 55%
71 Purchasing managers 50 $92,150 $59,000 - 130,950 3% 57%
72 Public relations managers 50 $76,460 $37,720 - 142,020 17% 75%
73 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 50 $57,950 $43,130 - 79,520 16% 99%
74 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 50 $39,050 $25,480 - 53,340 15% 72%
75 Training and development managers 40 $87,500 $57,420 - 143,430 16% 58%
76 Financial examiners 40 $69,480 $37,830 - 114,960 11% 76%
77 Detectives and criminal investigators 40 $68,600 $47,570 - 96,230 17% 54%
78 Editors 40 $47,970 $28,050 - 66,520 2% 81%
79 Health educators 40 $41,500 $27,940 - 69,500 26% 58%
80 Recreational therapists 40 $37,200 $27,040 - 49,200 4% 77%
81 Floral designers 40 $22,910 $16,780 - 31,220 -9% 55%
82 Insurance underwriters 30 $52,380 $34,330 - 87,070 6% 53%
83 Technical writers 30 $43,310 $27,270 - 63,420 20% 74%
84 Clergy 30 $41,100 $27,770 - 53,490 19% 75%
85 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 30 $36,390 $28,660 - 44,570 24% 78%

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 4,280 $24,310 $14,110 - 39,800 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 3,070 $17,140 $13,390 - 21,650 -3% 10%
3 Office clerks, general 2,870 $24,710 $15,410 - 33,960 13% 19%
4 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 2,830 $16,840 $13,300 - 20,840 18% 5%
5 Waiters and waitresses 2,290 $17,440 $13,060 - 25,320 11% 14%
6 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 2,110 $38,860 $26,090 - 55,320 10% 4%
7 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,000 $22,850 $17,000 - 31,290 15% 4%
8 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,990 $26,510 $17,900 - 40,150 2% 5%
9 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,940 $31,390 $22,570 - 42,000 13% 16%
10 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,890 $22,420 $15,360 - 32,250 -8% 8%
11 Customer service representatives 1,880 $29,190 $20,180 - 40,760 25% 22%
12 Team assemblers 1,850 $27,110 $19,380 - 37,710 0% 5%
13 General and operations managers 1,620 $103,530 $49,520 - 2% 48%
14 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,460 $23,830 $20,390 - 29,390 18% 7%
15 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,380 $37,410 $25,730 - 52,470 15% 18%
16 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,220 $33,320 $26,410 - 41,810 14% 7%
17 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,120 $32,560 $16,680 - 53,410 8% 4%
18 Teacher assistants 1,110 $26,290 $17,730 - 33,140 10% 18%
19 Receptionists and information clerks 1,110 $23,630 $16,150 - 31,340 17% 13%
20 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,090 $42,800 $26,480 - 64,830 6% 29%
21 Child care workers 1,080 $16,820 $13,220 - 20,970 18% 15%
22 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,060 $17,840 $13,640 - 22,940 13% 5%
23 Bartenders 1,020 $16,500 $12,940 - 23,190 11% 17%
24 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 990 $37,290 $22,050 - 53,170 4% 25%
25 Computer support specialists 930 $31,560 $21,860 - 46,060 13% 43%
26 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 900 $27,570 $17,800 - 39,850 11% 14%
27 Construction laborers 890 $28,460 $21,930 - 38,160 11% 5%
28 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 850 $34,300 $26,440 - 41,350 5% 2%
29 Business operations specialists, all other 810 $53,070 $28,580 - 80,160 21% 49%
30 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 780 $28,290 $18,490 - 39,490 4% 6%
31 Cooks, restaurant 780 $20,730 $16,320 - 26,160 12% 5%
32 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 770 $31,610 $22,980 - 40,710 1% 18%
33 Tellers 770 $26,000 $18,130 - 35,510 14% 16%
34 Maintenance and repair workers, general 740 $34,120 $23,110 - 49,720 10% 6%
35 Carpenters 710 $33,840 $24,690 - 42,930 10% 6%
36 Driver/sales workers 680 $25,890 $14,590 - 39,260 -5% 4%
37 Electricians 650 $44,050 $28,420 - 57,970 7% 7%
38 Food preparation workers 610 $18,690 $13,330 - 28,870 15% 7%
39 Counter and rental clerks 600 $20,730 $14,740 - 29,760 23% 16%
40 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 560 $51,770 $33,000 - 70,940 9% 10%
41 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 560 $23,920 $16,850 - 33,530 18% 6%
42 Helpers--production workers 560 $21,360 $17,000 - 26,860 -1% 4%
43 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 550 $45,120 $28,980 - 64,190 -5% 15%
44 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 540 $29,470 $20,580 - 38,680 4% 15%
45 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 530 $37,290 $28,310 - 48,800 8% 3%
46 Home health aides 520 $21,620 $17,530 - 25,820 49% 7%
47 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 520 $15,970 $13,020 - 19,640 10% 17%
48 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 480 $33,370 $18,260 - 48,090 14% 4%
49 Telemarketers 480 $18,880 $13,710 - 25,270 -10% 14%
50 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 470 $27,510 $18,600 - 36,080 -1% 22%
51 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 450 $38,310 $28,070 - 50,190 12% 3%
52 Security guards 450 $22,820 $13,680 - 38,350 17% 13%
53 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 440 $19,180 $14,820 - 26,690 10% 8%
54 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 380 $43,550 $27,730 - 61,470 11% 4%
55 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 380 $18,040 $13,380 - 23,860 14% 3%
56 Dishwashers 380 $16,580 $13,190 - 21,390 10% 3%
57 Sales representatives, services, all other 370 $43,230 $17,620 - 79,140 28% 48%
58 Bus drivers, school 370 $25,620 $14,060 - 36,980 9% 4%
59 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 360 $56,050 $37,400 - 77,510 7% 13%
60 Preschool teachers, except special education 360 $25,100 $16,950 - 34,560 26% 43%
61 Recreation workers 360 $19,310 $13,380 - 28,990 13% 47%
62 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 360 $15,800 $12,890 - 20,490 12% 6%
63 Parts salespersons 350 $30,880 $18,950 - 46,100 -2% 6%
64 Packers and packagers, hand 350 $19,620 $14,490 - 26,560 -12% 3%
65 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 330 $50,550 $27,080 - 71,310 9% 47%
66 Bill and account collectors 330 $23,400 $16,830 - 36,010 23% 13%
67 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 330 $18,120 $14,200 - 21,620 17% 14%
68 Loan officers 310 $53,320 $31,890 - 81,380 12% 49%
69 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 310 $48,480 $36,840 - 62,050 11% 33%
70 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 310 $24,270 $16,840 - 32,380 -5% 5%
71 Insurance sales agents 300 $66,790 $27,680 - 133,790 13% 45%
72 Cost estimators 300 $49,470 $27,640 - 78,700 19% 32%
73 Cement masons and concrete finishers 300 $35,710 $23,160 - 49,820 11% 2%
74 Industrial truck and tractor operators 300 $30,880 $21,540 - 44,640 -2% 2%
75 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 300 $22,400 $17,480 - 28,270 10% 24%
76 All other information and record clerks 280 $38,010 $22,270 - 54,080 -13% 21%
77 Helpers--carpenters 270 $22,980 $15,510 - 29,360 12% 3%
78 Dental hygienists 250 $57,560 $42,300 - 74,880 30% 33%
79 Automotive body and related repairers 250 $39,750 $19,020 - 62,130 12% 3%
80 Pharmacy technicians 250 $27,920 $18,140 - 38,580 32% 16%
81 Postal service mail carriers 250 $0 $ - 1% 11%
82 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 240 $57,450 $33,800 - 92,270 4% 38%
83 Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 240 $40,100 $28,740 - 56,080 12% 3%
84 Order clerks 240 $31,690 $21,930 - 45,670 -24% 16%
85 Agricultural equipment operators 240 $21,670 $15,130 - 31,010 -5% 4%
86 Cooks, short order 240 $20,050 $16,040 - 25,080 5% 5%
87 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 230 $47,090 $28,770 - 70,160 10% 17%
88 Electrical power-line installers and repairers 230 $45,550 $32,810 - 63,020 7% 6%
89 Medical transcriptionists 230 $27,940 $21,170 - 37,020 14% 10%
90 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 230 $24,090 $16,830 - 31,320 11% 5%
91 Construction managers 220 $87,100 $46,410 - 140,830 16% 29%
92 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 220 $29,550 $19,650 - 41,120 -7% 14%
93 Cooks, fast food 220 $18,060 $14,090 - 22,900 8% 5%
94 Radiologic technologists and technicians 210 $42,470 $32,700 - 54,290 15% 25%
95 Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 210 $28,610 $18,270 - 39,540 -15% 0%
96 Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators 210 $0 $ - -8% 12%
97 Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers 200 $32,570 $17,430 - 48,910 3% 25%
98 Medical secretaries 200 $27,460 $19,630 - 37,640 17% 18%
99 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 200 $21,070 $13,980 - 31,130 27% 47%
100 Administrative services managers 190 $68,150 $34,760 - 100,080 12% 40%
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Jobs More Common Near Fargo Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Agricultural equipment operators 21,670 240 29.6
Radio and television announcers 42,520 100 6
Helpers--carpenters 22,980 270 4.8
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 45,550 230 3.6
Medical transcriptionists 27,940 230 3.6
Service station attendants 20,310 180 3.4
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 34,300 850 3.1
Photographers 30,510 140 2.9
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 30,760 160 2.8
Opticians, dispensing 24,730 120 2.7
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 40,100 240 2.5
Bartenders 16,500 1,020 2.5
Credit authorizers, checkers, and clerks 31,690 120 2.5
Physician assistants 76,510 140 2.5
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 0 120 2.5
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 27,510 470 2.4
Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 38,310 450 2.3
Mechanical drafters 35,250 130 2.3
Driver/sales workers 25,890 680 2.3
Team assemblers 27,110 1,850 2.3
Child care workers 16,820 1,080 2.3
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 32,420 190 2.2
Community and social service specialists, all other 35,470 180 2.2
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 33,320 1,220 2.2
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 28,620 260 2.2
Structural iron and steel workers 39,670 100 2.2
Automotive body and related repairers 39,750 250 2.1
Pharmacists 90,010 450 2.1
Civil engineering technicians 41,410 140 2
Parts salespersons 30,880 350 2
Cooks, short order 20,050 240 2
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 18,120 330 1.9
Computer support specialists 31,560 930 1.9
Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers 32,570 200 1.9
Coaches and scouts 28,480 250 1.9
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 37,290 530 1.8
Cement masons and concrete finishers 35,710 300 1.8
Telemarketers 18,880 480 1.8
Transportation, storage, and distribution managers 74,360 140 1.8
Cargo and freight agents 47,530 120 1.8
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 47,550 240 1.8
Roofers 29,360 170 1.8
Architects, except landscape and naval 60,530 170 1.8
Dental hygienists 57,560 250 1.7
Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 15,970 520 1.7
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 22,400 300 1.7
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 38,860 2,110 1.7
Tellers 26,000 770 1.6
Recreation workers 19,310 360 1.6
Counter and rental clerks 20,730 600 1.6

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Fargo, North Dakota Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 68,600 1.35 130
Cargo and freight agents 47,530 1.22 120
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 87,400 1.2 390
Insurance sales agents 66,790 1.19 300
Teacher assistants 26,290 1.18 1,110
Lawyers 120,770 1.18 270
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 41,870 1.16 120
Financial analysts 82,400 1.16 190
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 47,130 1.15 160
All other information and record clerks 38,010 1.15 280
Order clerks 31,690 1.13 240
Truck drivers, light or delivery services 32,560 1.12 1,120
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 26,510 1.1 1,990
Tellers 26,000 1.1 770
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 89,340 1.09 110
Refuse and recyclable material collectors 32,870 1.09 140
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 55,500 1.08 150
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 31,610 1.08 770
Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 54,710 1.08 170
Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 19,180 1.07 440
General and operations managers 103,530 1.07 1,620
Child, family, and school social workers 43,450 1.07 160
File clerks 25,220 1.07 140
Dental assistants 34,370 1.07 190
Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 53,050 1.06 200
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 32,420 1.06 190
Loan interviewers and clerks 33,510 1.05 170
Special education teachers, secondary school 53,900 1.04 120
Paralegals and legal assistants 44,620 1.04 110
Market research analysts 61,100 1.04 130
Cooks, fast food 18,060 1.04 220
Production, planning, and expediting clerks 42,470 1.04 160
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 38,860 1.04 2,110
Construction managers 87,100 1.03 220
Industrial truck and tractor operators 30,880 1.03 300
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 24,090 1.02 230
Home health aides 21,620 1.02 520
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 35,360 1.02 120
Parts salespersons 30,880 1.01 350
Automotive body and related repairers 39,750 1.01 250
Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 35,070 1.01 150
Food service managers 48,970 1.01 150
Food servers, nonrestaurant 20,330 1.01 170
Cooks, short order 20,050 1 240
Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 24,860 1 150
Payroll and timekeeping clerks 33,500 1 160
Fire fighters 42,110 1 120
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 48,480 1 310
Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 22,850 1 2,000
Retail salespersons 24,310 1 4,280

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