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Akron Employment

Employment and Industries in the Akron, Ohio Area

Formerly known as the "Rubber Capital of the World", the Akron economy has diversified and includes various industries including the liquid crystal and polymer industry. Due to over 400 local firms being involved with polymers the area is known as "The Polymer Valley." The University of Akron adds support to the industry. Akron also includes motor vehicle production and aeronautics. Other industries which contribute to the economy are chemicals, plastics, biomedical products and metals.

Some of the notable companies in Akron include Newell Rubber Maid, L'Oreal Cosmetics, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, First Energy, Lockheed-Martin, Spectrum Brands, Includis Manufacturing Software and RJS Manufacturing.

Notable details about Akron, Ohio: The cost of living index in 2008 was at 80.6. For the population 25 years of age and older, 18% have achieved a bachelor's degree or higher. The estimated median household income in Akron in 2007 was $33,000.

The top employers located in the city are:

  • Akron Public Schools
  • City of Akron
  • Akron General Medical Center
  • Fred Albrecht Grocery Co
  • Children's Hospital Medical Center
  • Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
  • FirstMerit Corp
  • Roadway Express
  • Sterling Inc
  • First Energy
  • Georgia Pacific
  • InfoCision Management
  • Summa Health System
  • Myers Industries
  • Old Republic National Title Ins Co
  • Bekaert Corporation
  • A Schulman, Inc
  • GOJO
  • Advanced Elastomer Systems
  • Acme Fresh Market

In Akron, there are numerous popular occupations that are primarily filled by those with college degrees including registered nurses, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives, teachers, management analysts, computer applications software engineers, mechanical engineers, financial managers, network and computer systems administrators and industrial engineers.

Akron's leading job providing sectors:

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

Akron companies have access to helpful business organizations such as:

The Akron Beacon Journal provides readers with up-to-date information about the local business community.

Most Popular Jobs in Akron, Ohio 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 7,450 $58,920 $46,020 - 70,110 24% 56%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 5,560 $59,000 $25,540 - 103,070 8% 51%
3 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 3,570 $57,940 $37,540 - 79,420 6% 96%
4 Elementary school teachers, except special education 3,030 $55,040 $34,470 - 77,510 14% 95%
5 Accountants and auditors 2,910 $60,990 $38,850 - 90,850 18% 79%
6 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,610 $56,320 $36,720 - 78,370 11% 95%
7 Teachers and instructors, all other 1,140 $50,140 $27,060 - 91,890 9% 54%
8 Management analysts 1,080 $79,140 $42,890 - 144,110 22% 78%
9 Computer software engineers, applications 1,020 $78,740 $53,460 - 103,610 45% 85%
10 Mechanical engineers 1,010 $75,390 $51,220 - 105,330 4% 78%
11 Financial managers 980 $102,040 $57,130 - 13% 60%
12 Network and computer systems administrators 970 $62,620 $40,400 - 88,760 27% 50%
13 Industrial engineers 950 $77,360 $47,380 - 110,480 20% 74%
14 Network systems and data communications analysts 890 $74,270 $53,870 - 102,150 53% 57%
15 Lawyers 870 $105,070 $47,200 - 11% 99%
16 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 830 $83,990 $37,340 - 157,350 12% 51%
17 Computer systems analysts 830 $65,230 $43,260 - 92,050 29% 68%
18 Computer programmers 820 $67,230 $26,480 - 104,800 -4% 73%
19 Chief executives 810 $159,320 $75,440 - 2% 65%
20 Special education teachers, secondary school 730 $53,770 $33,140 - 77,580 9% 87%
21 Managers, all other 710 $97,520 $48,610 - 157,480 7% 55%
22 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 690 $45,780 $15,220 - 78,290 17% 56%
23 Sales managers 680 $108,440 $52,360 - 10% 69%
24 Medical and health services managers 680 $87,540 $53,860 - 128,290 16% 57%
25 Child, family, and school social workers 670 $33,450 $22,600 - 50,070 19% 77%
26 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 660 $63,860 $20,340 - 120,360 25% 67%
27 Graphic designers 650 $37,790 $24,200 - 57,680 10% 55%
28 Market research analysts 600 $64,280 $32,870 - 106,940 20% 82%
29 Training and development specialists 600 $52,140 $28,730 - 76,100 18% 56%
30 Pharmacists 560 $104,630 $87,090 - 128,880 22% 97%
31 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 520 $90,940 $59,860 - 121,820 8% 78%
32 Social and human service assistants 520 $24,110 $16,390 - 34,420 34% 58%
33 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 510 $61,720 $35,950 - 83,240 13% 73%
34 Database administrators 500 $66,800 $38,860 - 98,050 29% 72%
35 Computer and information systems managers 490 $104,310 $69,570 - 148,340 16% 73%
36 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 470 $52,390 $30,980 - 75,950 20% 87%
37 Civil engineers 450 $68,350 $41,440 - 98,270 18% 87%
38 Electrical engineers 450 $66,000 $54,900 - 81,870 6% 81%
39 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 450 $55,370 $27,210 - 116,070 18% 56%
40 Financial analysts 440 $58,050 $33,520 - 83,970 34% 87%
41 Librarians 440 $52,810 $32,480 - 79,030 4% 85%
42 Computer software engineers, systems software 430 $73,480 $41,970 - 106,020 28% 85%
43 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 420 $48,520 $27,870 - 80,690 5% 58%
44 Public relations specialists 420 $47,810 $29,690 - 66,090 18% 81%
45 Self-enrichment education teachers 420 $38,280 $16,500 - 65,800 23% 54%
46 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 410 $61,830 $43,950 - 80,880 -5% 96%
47 Engineering managers 400 $106,880 $70,430 - 161,070 7% 84%
48 Advertising sales agents 400 $46,730 $19,750 - 86,370 20% 56%
49 Physical therapists 380 $79,770 $64,160 - 102,390 27% 89%
50 Education, training, and library workers, all other 380 $30,230 $23,390 - 39,460 11% 79%
51 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 370 $50,750 $41,490 - 64,120 12% 51%
52 Instructional coordinators 350 $52,650 $28,890 - 79,980 23% 79%
53 Sales and related workers, all other 340 $46,930 $22,050 - 77,390 14% 62%
54 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 340 $39,850 $27,010 - 51,770 15% 51%
55 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 340 $38,020 $24,280 - 52,130 30% 77%
56 Chemists 320 $60,390 $29,330 - 86,990 9% 93%
57 Computer specialists, all other 290 $65,880 $38,730 - 101,340 15% 68%
58 Medical and public health social workers 290 $48,010 $35,090 - 62,560 24% 77%
59 Social workers, all other 290 $45,900 $29,380 - 68,690 18% 77%
60 Personal financial advisors 280 $86,310 $29,420 - 41% 81%
61 Special education teachers, middle school 280 $54,710 $35,090 - 78,350 16% 87%
62 Financial specialists, all other 280 $52,480 $27,970 - 79,480 12% 50%
63 Coaches and scouts 280 $24,130 $14,910 - 34,470 15% 60%
64 Editors 270 $49,520 $25,820 - 68,780 2% 81%
65 Rehabilitation counselors 270 $43,090 $21,920 - 73,890 23% 73%
66 Speech-language pathologists 260 $71,370 $41,920 - 106,250 11% 98%
67 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 260 $58,830 $36,290 - 79,670 25% 93%
68 Marketing managers 250 $108,390 $49,250 - 161,640 14% 69%
69 Social and community service managers 250 $70,130 $41,280 - 105,980 25% 72%
70 Mental health counselors 240 $43,790 $32,770 - 61,250 30% 73%
71 Electronics engineers, except computer 230 $84,730 $49,330 - 130,350 4% 81%
72 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 230 $56,060 $32,610 - 79,270 18% 56%
73 Materials engineers 210 $74,280 $46,590 - 105,030 4% 77%
74 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 200 $72,010 $46,020 - 101,320 16% 99%
75 Engineers, all other 200 $71,010 $34,280 - 118,140 6% 82%
76 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 200 $38,400 $28,000 - 57,010 14% 54%
77 Purchasing managers 190 $79,320 $45,810 - 109,130 3% 57%
78 Insurance underwriters 190 $66,470 $28,590 - 105,450 6% 53%
79 Legislators 180 $70,700 $15,060 - 1% 65%
80 Commercial and industrial designers 180 $50,780 $28,980 - 69,410 7% 55%
81 Dietitians and nutritionists 180 $46,690 $36,230 - 58,180 9% 72%
82 Materials scientists 170 $82,330 $45,830 - 111,700 9% 93%
83 Floral designers 170 $20,410 $16,090 - 29,050 -9% 55%
84 Occupational therapists 160 $69,000 $49,050 - 89,120 23% 90%
85 Architects, except landscape and naval 150 $86,150 $47,410 - 152,650 18% 88%
86 Education administrators, postsecondary 150 $84,320 $45,040 - 139,050 14% 78%
87 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 150 $52,950 $28,790 - 92,610 24% 78%
88 Human resources managers, all other 140 $101,090 $67,880 - 134,860 11% 58%
89 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 140 $43,280 $29,160 - 64,380 11% 58%
90 Dentists, general 130 $181,380 $95,460 - 9% 100%
91 Veterinarians 130 $83,400 $50,270 - 105,520 35% 100%
92 Chemical engineers 120 $69,630 $47,080 - 92,340 8% 91%
93 Surveyors 120 $50,560 $35,090 - 67,390 24% 82%
94 Health educators 120 $45,940 $28,070 - 66,900 26% 58%
95 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 120 $39,050 $23,770 - 52,020 34% 73%
96 Meeting and convention planners 110 $34,650 $18,270 - 48,440 20% 67%
97 Occupational health and safety specialists 100 $54,990 $34,030 - 85,420 8% 72%
98 Chiropractors 90 $100,640 $70,280 - 163,590 14% 98%
99 Sales engineers 90 $81,460 $40,110 - 124,470 9% 79%
100 Compensation and benefits managers 90 $75,830 $51,240 - 105,610 12% 58%

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 9,250 $23,860 $15,290 - 39,120 12% 25%
2 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 8,620 $24,390 $16,350 - 37,810 2% 5%
3 Cashiers 8,400 $17,670 $14,850 - 22,450 -3% 10%
4 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 8,400 $16,390 $14,850 - 19,040 18% 5%
5 Office clerks, general 6,900 $25,690 $16,080 - 37,140 13% 19%
6 Waiters and waitresses 5,990 $19,020 $14,920 - 26,760 11% 14%
7 Customer service representatives 5,580 $32,600 $18,390 - 52,170 25% 22%
8 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 5,220 $25,340 $15,370 - 40,860 15% 4%
9 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 4,710 $39,080 $26,480 - 53,180 10% 4%
10 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 4,640 $29,490 $21,070 - 39,760 1% 18%
11 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 4,610 $32,120 $20,980 - 42,720 13% 16%
12 Stock clerks and order fillers 4,520 $23,220 $15,760 - 34,990 -8% 8%
13 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 3,760 $23,510 $19,120 - 29,230 18% 7%
14 Packers and packagers, hand 3,360 $22,110 $15,460 - 31,830 -12% 3%
15 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 3,330 $40,520 $27,330 - 57,870 15% 18%
16 Team assemblers 3,330 $27,550 $17,470 - 41,610 0% 5%
17 General and operations managers 3,220 $103,210 $45,780 - 2% 48%
18 Home health aides 3,180 $21,210 $16,670 - 31,120 49% 7%
19 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 3,140 $38,940 $21,290 - 63,410 4% 25%
20 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 3,100 $47,320 $28,080 - 68,790 6% 29%
21 Maintenance and repair workers, general 2,990 $35,910 $19,460 - 51,490 10% 6%
22 Machinists 2,870 $35,950 $24,240 - 50,020 -3% 3%
23 Telemarketers 2,580 $19,470 $15,440 - 23,610 -10% 14%
24 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 2,470 $28,440 $18,810 - 38,850 4% 6%
25 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 2,410 $51,180 $31,370 - 75,760 -5% 15%
26 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 2,390 $22,300 $15,500 - 33,410 18% 6%
27 Receptionists and information clerks 2,380 $23,210 $15,710 - 31,210 17% 13%
28 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 2,270 $28,330 $16,880 - 48,910 8% 4%
29 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 2,220 $39,220 $33,230 - 48,720 14% 7%
30 Food preparation workers 2,180 $19,680 $15,140 - 26,810 15% 7%
31 Business operations specialists, all other 2,080 $47,750 $23,420 - 73,560 21% 49%
32 Medical secretaries 2,030 $28,630 $21,530 - 37,970 17% 18%
33 Teacher assistants 1,900 $27,290 $16,790 - 37,900 10% 18%
34 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 1,880 $27,510 $20,310 - 37,060 4% 15%
35 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 1,830 $23,780 $15,210 - 38,680 12% 6%
36 Helpers--production workers 1,780 $26,640 $17,750 - 38,530 -1% 4%
37 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,760 $29,100 $17,890 - 42,970 11% 14%
38 Electricians 1,710 $50,560 $30,130 - 76,000 7% 7%
39 Bartenders 1,710 $17,920 $14,890 - 24,270 11% 17%
40 Cooks, fast food 1,640 $17,960 $15,000 - 21,670 8% 5%
41 Cooks, restaurant 1,620 $21,800 $15,720 - 29,400 12% 5%
42 Security guards 1,610 $25,450 $15,960 - 44,060 17% 13%
43 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,550 $34,720 $22,120 - 56,150 -2% 2%
44 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,520 $36,310 $17,310 - 55,490 14% 4%
45 Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 1,480 $24,970 $16,420 - 38,510 -13% 0%
46 Driver/sales workers 1,480 $20,040 $14,900 - 31,670 -5% 4%
47 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,460 $18,150 $14,950 - 23,760 13% 5%
48 Medical assistants 1,420 $27,410 $20,900 - 35,840 35% 10%
49 Construction laborers 1,400 $40,680 $25,750 - 60,170 11% 5%
50 Preschool teachers, except special education 1,390 $22,350 $16,980 - 30,340 26% 43%
51 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 1,340 $47,860 $34,020 - 61,970 11% 33%
52 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 1,330 $35,110 $21,440 - 52,000 -7% 14%
53 Carpenters 1,320 $50,590 $28,610 - 67,750 10% 6%
54 Computer support specialists 1,300 $43,230 $27,460 - 62,210 13% 43%
55 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 1,250 $26,010 $19,140 - 33,380 11% 5%
56 Amusement and recreation attendants 1,250 $17,200 $14,970 - 20,790 24% 22%
57 Physicians and surgeons, all other 1,230 $190,670 $47,540 - 0% 0%
58 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 1,180 $38,430 $25,330 - 58,190 5% 2%
59 Child care workers 1,180 $22,010 $15,380 - 30,440 18% 15%
60 Dishwashers 1,180 $17,110 $15,000 - 20,210 10% 3%
61 Sales representatives, services, all other 1,170 $44,560 $20,670 - 84,160 28% 48%
62 Tellers 1,170 $23,210 $17,600 - 30,480 14% 16%
63 Data entry keyers 1,170 $22,590 $16,210 - 31,600 -5% 18%
64 Fire fighters 1,110 $41,430 $26,590 - 55,310 12% 18%
65 Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 1,100 $31,980 $20,440 - 48,270 -15% 0%
66 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 1,050 $58,040 $35,720 - 83,760 7% 13%
67 Assemblers and fabricators, all other 1,030 $27,470 $17,500 - 40,080 -9% 5%
68 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 970 $17,410 $14,980 - 21,240 10% 17%
69 Printing machine operators 960 $35,970 $19,210 - 51,470 -6% 6%
70 Cost estimators 940 $61,850 $35,170 - 93,120 19% 32%
71 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 940 $26,420 $17,980 - 36,590 -5% 5%
72 Parts salespersons 930 $27,690 $17,800 - 43,620 -2% 6%
73 Personal and home care aides 930 $17,340 $14,970 - 19,850 51% 10%
74 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 920 $17,310 $14,880 - 21,170 12% 6%
75 Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 910 $29,090 $21,420 - 39,750 -5% 4%
76 Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 860 $32,200 $21,710 - 43,300 -3% 6%
77 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 830 $34,770 $22,570 - 57,270 -1% 22%
78 Postal service mail carriers 830 $0 $ - 1% 11%
79 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 820 $58,300 $37,750 - 80,660 9% 10%
80 Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 820 $28,970 $21,590 - 39,600 19% 14%
81 Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders 820 $27,220 $18,070 - 38,160 -8% 0%
82 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 810 $39,800 $25,910 - 57,930 4% 30%
83 Recreation workers 810 $22,110 $15,510 - 31,860 13% 47%
84 Counter and rental clerks 800 $21,650 $15,030 - 32,900 23% 16%
85 Industrial machinery mechanics 780 $48,900 $31,470 - 77,130 9% 5%
86 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 760 $25,430 $15,120 - 56,950 14% 3%
87 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 750 $43,760 $29,200 - 61,950 12% 3%
88 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 740 $52,440 $29,850 - 80,570 0% 42%
89 Industrial production managers 730 $85,300 $47,140 - 135,730 -6% 43%
90 Insurance sales agents 720 $70,700 $27,050 - 136,140 13% 45%
91 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 720 $46,900 $31,630 - 74,560 11% 4%
92 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 700 $80,160 $36,170 - 130,090 4% 38%
93 First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 690 $44,110 $27,950 - 63,930 13% 17%
94 Legal secretaries 670 $32,860 $21,330 - 46,530 12% 18%
95 Bill and account collectors 670 $29,930 $19,780 - 41,130 23% 13%
96 Pharmacy technicians 670 $24,710 $15,580 - 32,730 32% 16%
97 Loan officers 660 $61,890 $26,070 - 112,680 12% 49%
98 Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 660 $33,160 $23,340 - 42,540 -7% 0%
99 Cooks, short order 630 $20,850 $15,780 - 25,490 5% 5%
100 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 610 $19,100 $15,010 - 27,700 10% 8%
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Jobs More Common Near Akron Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Foundry mold and coremakers 30,050 180 11.7
Materials scientists 82,330 170 11.1
Engine and other machine assemblers 37,000 250 6.4
Milling and planing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 25,080 270 6.1
Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders 27,220 820 5.9
Tool grinders, filers, and sharpeners 32,560 110 5.6
Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 24,970 1,480 5.1
Pediatricians, general 0 240 4.7
Materials engineers 74,280 210 4.6
Metal workers and plastic workers, all other 30,390 290 4.5
Funeral attendants 26,420 220 4.1
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 33,160 660 3.8
Education teachers, postsecondary 58,170 380 3.8
Cutters and trimmers, hand 24,660 140 3.7
Welding, soldering, and brazing machine setters, operators, and tenders 34,140 310 3.6
Communications teachers, postsecondary 0 140 3.5
Crossing guards 25,190 520 3.5
Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 27,830 380 3.4
Drilling and boring machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 32,420 190 3.4
Media and communication workers, all other 38,190 150 3.3
Telemarketers 19,470 2,580 3.2
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 29,090 910 3
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 30,520 570 3
Machinists 35,950 2,870 3
History teachers, postsecondary 0 100 2.9
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 32,200 860 2.9
Construction and related workers, all other 49,140 270 2.8
Grinding and polishing workers, hand 28,090 190 2.6
Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary 61,880 210 2.6
Tool and die makers 50,070 490 2.6
Funeral directors 54,300 100 2.5
Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders 27,160 510 2.4
Commercial and industrial designers 50,780 180 2.4
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 61,830 410 2.4
Mechanical engineering technicians 44,810 230 2.4
Chemical plant and system operators 46,720 170 2.4
Medical equipment repairers 44,770 170 2.3
Highway maintenance workers 39,930 500 2.3
Special education teachers, secondary school 53,770 730 2.2
Brickmasons and blockmasons 50,950 550 2.2
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 0 330 2.2
Business teachers, postsecondary 58,820 310 2.2
Medical transcriptionists 33,410 420 2.1
Mechanical drafters 44,990 370 2.1
Amusement and recreation attendants 17,200 1,250 2.1
Education, training, and library workers, all other 30,230 380 2.1
Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 31,980 1,100 2.1
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers 26,510 330 2.1
Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 31,200 410 2
Health technologists and technicians, all other 39,040 340 2

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Akron, Ohio Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Legislators 70,700 1.99 180
Property, real estate, and community association managers 73,310 1.37 180
Construction and related workers, all other 49,140 1.34 270
Construction managers 113,040 1.34 330
Teachers and instructors, all other 50,140 1.32 1,140
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 44,280 1.31 190
Construction laborers 40,680 1.31 1,400
Carpenters 50,590 1.29 1,320
Protective service workers, all other 39,090 1.26 250
Administrative services managers 91,660 1.26 500
Insurance sales agents 70,700 1.26 720
Structural iron and steel workers 57,110 1.25 180
Health specialties teachers, postsecondary 94,650 1.23 170
Social and community service managers 70,130 1.23 250
Painters, construction and maintenance 42,130 1.23 250
Teacher assistants 27,290 1.23 1,900
Cement masons and concrete finishers 44,860 1.21 170
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 25,430 1.21 760
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 61,720 1.2 510
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers 26,510 1.2 330
Rehabilitation counselors 43,090 1.2 270
Sales and related workers, all other 46,930 1.19 340
Architects, except landscape and naval 86,150 1.19 150
Bus drivers, school 30,960 1.18 460
Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 52,950 1.18 150
Managers, all other 97,520 1.18 710
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 61,830 1.18 410
Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 40,820 1.17 480
Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters 34,420 1.16 150
Millwrights 58,180 1.16 110
Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 55,370 1.16 450
Industrial truck and tractor operators 34,720 1.16 1,550
Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 24,970 1.15 360
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 83,990 1.15 830
Network systems and data communications analysts 74,270 1.15 890
Residential advisors 29,350 1.15 140
First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 80,160 1.15 700
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 58,570 1.14 470
Insurance underwriters 66,470 1.14 190
Funeral attendants 26,420 1.14 220
Kindergarten teachers, except special education 54,280 1.14 370
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 48,860 1.14 570
Child care workers 22,010 1.14 1,180
Physical therapist assistants 52,250 1.14 220
Telecommunications line installers and repairers 52,080 1.14 240
Highway maintenance workers 39,930 1.14 500
Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 57,940 1.13 3,570
Helpers--production workers 26,640 1.13 1,780
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 33,110 1.12 530
Dentists, general 181,380 1.12 130

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