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Oklahoma City Employment

Employment and Industries in the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Area

The tables here illustrate essential information about work and employment in the area. Information includes:

  • A table of the most numerous types of work found here, both for jobs generally requiring college degrees and jobs not requiring college degrees.
  • A table listing those careers significantly more common in Oklahoma City than in other US cities; this is useful both for career planning and for understanding the nature of Oklahoma City.
  • A list of the highest-paying jobs in Oklahoma City.
  • A list of any large public companies in Oklahoma City.

Most Popular Jobs in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 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 10,980 $53,200 $38,230 - 67,490 24% 56%
2 Accountants and auditors 5,970 $51,600 $29,880 - 80,780 18% 79%
3 Elementary school teachers, except special education 5,940 $42,630 $26,750 - 66,220 14% 95%
4 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 4,650 $49,240 $21,450 - 85,040 8% 51%
5 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 3,710 $43,000 $29,790 - 63,550 6% 96%
6 Lawyers 3,270 $85,740 $35,940 - 11% 99%
7 Chief executives 3,170 $122,450 $39,050 - 2% 65%
8 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 2,460 $59,380 $27,370 - 98,890 12% 51%
9 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 2,300 $38,370 $29,060 - 49,920 11% 95%
10 Financial managers 1,950 $78,820 $40,300 - 128,870 13% 60%
11 Management analysts 1,910 $64,380 $38,890 - 89,370 22% 78%
12 Child, family, and school social workers 1,880 $32,850 $24,080 - 42,960 19% 77%
13 Teachers and instructors, all other 1,840 $23,410 $12,980 - 50,000 9% 54%
14 Training and development specialists 1,650 $41,910 $20,820 - 72,620 18% 56%
15 Computer programmers 1,490 $66,470 $33,770 - 97,620 -4% 73%
16 Computer systems analysts 1,490 $60,190 $38,850 - 88,560 29% 68%
17 Medical and health services managers 1,350 $68,490 $37,160 - 102,320 16% 57%
18 Electronics engineers, except computer 1,340 $80,450 $59,650 - 100,980 4% 81%
19 Pharmacists 1,320 $97,480 $82,110 - 122,500 22% 97%
20 Computer software engineers, applications 1,160 $67,040 $41,330 - 95,950 45% 85%
21 Network and computer systems administrators 1,160 $55,870 $37,180 - 81,010 27% 50%
22 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 1,100 $41,930 $27,570 - 64,960 5% 58%
23 Sales managers 1,080 $86,140 $34,220 - 156,110 10% 69%
24 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 1,040 $47,470 $28,500 - 78,180 20% 87%
25 Computer and information systems managers 990 $84,160 $48,080 - 122,290 16% 73%
26 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 900 $43,110 $25,430 - 64,350 13% 73%
27 Network systems and data communications analysts 890 $58,360 $34,020 - 82,180 53% 57%
28 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 830 $38,530 $25,260 - 66,290 18% 56%
29 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 820 $63,120 $34,760 - 85,560 8% 78%
30 Market research analysts 820 $44,260 $25,590 - 66,990 20% 82%
31 Librarians 790 $38,720 $20,480 - 50,930 4% 85%
32 Social and human service assistants 790 $29,970 $17,070 - 46,490 34% 58%
33 Coaches and scouts 760 $32,540 $15,050 - 54,700 15% 60%
34 Physical therapists 740 $73,230 $47,000 - 113,130 27% 89%
35 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 700 $46,720 $27,420 - 75,310 17% 56%
36 Engineering managers 690 $102,680 $65,360 - 152,380 7% 84%
37 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 690 $49,600 $29,720 - 70,150 12% 51%
38 Petroleum engineers 680 $103,240 $56,100 - 162,710 5% 80%
39 Advertising sales agents 670 $41,340 $18,130 - 90,730 20% 56%
40 Rehabilitation counselors 670 $27,260 $17,640 - 47,330 23% 73%
41 Computer specialists, all other 650 $73,720 $55,210 - 96,860 15% 68%
42 Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 640 $108,220 $29,820 - 166,200 22% 93%
43 Computer software engineers, systems software 640 $79,350 $49,980 - 113,450 28% 85%
44 Managers, all other 610 $86,170 $49,190 - 124,140 7% 55%
45 Civil engineers 610 $73,200 $44,080 - 105,370 18% 87%
46 Public relations specialists 600 $45,260 $27,490 - 72,450 18% 81%
47 Medical and public health social workers 600 $37,720 $23,670 - 54,410 24% 77%
48 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 590 $36,470 $21,630 - 56,810 18% 56%
49 Insurance underwriters 570 $49,710 $32,350 - 64,500 6% 53%
50 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 550 $55,640 $29,840 - 68,560 16% 99%
51 Occupational health and safety specialists 550 $0 $ - 8% 72%
52 Personal financial advisors 540 $53,320 $14,550 - 86,000 41% 81%
53 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 530 $83,870 $29,130 - 25% 67%
54 Mechanical engineers 530 $68,720 $41,270 - 97,050 4% 78%
55 Detectives and criminal investigators 530 $51,180 $27,800 - 86,310 17% 54%
56 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 520 $32,290 $19,870 - 54,390 30% 77%
57 Architects, except landscape and naval 510 $68,200 $43,230 - 97,070 18% 88%
58 Instructional coordinators 510 $43,370 $27,410 - 64,940 23% 79%
59 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 500 $33,570 $19,860 - 53,150 15% 51%
60 Electrical engineers 490 $64,360 $27,930 - 95,860 6% 81%
61 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 490 $37,150 $26,140 - 49,210 34% 73%
62 Graphic designers 490 $35,100 $21,710 - 57,050 10% 55%
63 Financial analysts 470 $62,650 $33,510 - 98,090 34% 87%
64 Editors 460 $29,870 $21,560 - 43,820 2% 81%
65 Marketing managers 450 $68,670 $36,050 - 118,710 14% 69%
66 Speech-language pathologists 450 $55,340 $34,300 - 93,200 11% 98%
67 Self-enrichment education teachers 450 $50,660 $21,640 - 79,500 23% 54%
68 Database administrators 440 $52,830 $34,110 - 80,360 29% 72%
69 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 430 $40,440 $18,130 - 62,270 14% 54%
70 Engineers, all other 420 $78,270 $38,610 - 117,990 6% 82%
71 Occupational therapists 380 $64,560 $35,240 - 96,090 23% 90%
72 Education administrators, postsecondary 360 $91,770 $42,670 - 14% 78%
73 Physician assistants 360 $77,790 $42,090 - 117,360 27% 67%
74 Industrial engineers 360 $67,400 $44,050 - 98,270 20% 74%
75 Purchasing managers 350 $63,510 $37,120 - 94,380 3% 57%
76 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 340 $33,900 $22,700 - 47,990 11% 58%
77 Dentists, general 330 $134,880 $40,830 - 9% 100%
78 Budget analysts 330 $57,610 $37,150 - 79,280 7% 78%
79 Credit analysts 330 $42,930 $22,240 - 68,320 2% 60%
80 Mental health counselors 330 $41,810 $29,360 - 54,720 30% 73%
81 Social workers, all other 330 $40,130 $25,970 - 69,080 18% 77%
82 Social and community service managers 320 $47,860 $28,970 - 69,900 25% 72%
83 Aerospace engineers 310 $86,120 $64,750 - 111,180 10% 87%
84 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 310 $51,750 $34,840 - 72,920 -5% 96%
85 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 310 $32,790 $20,070 - 40,750 24% 78%
86 Human resources managers, all other 300 $59,040 $35,220 - 92,320 11% 58%
87 Reporters and correspondents 300 $44,170 $22,110 - 75,790 1% 85%
88 Veterinarians 290 $65,630 $30,980 - 96,840 35% 100%
89 Compensation and benefits managers 280 $61,490 $35,660 - 97,850 12% 58%
90 Clergy 280 $41,030 $27,560 - 69,530 19% 75%
91 Health educators 260 $52,330 $28,570 - 79,620 26% 58%
92 Operations research analysts 250 $57,770 $33,050 - 90,540 11% 71%
93 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 250 $46,520 $33,890 - 65,170 25% 93%
94 Dietitians and nutritionists 240 $42,020 $28,240 - 61,040 9% 72%
95 Special education teachers, secondary school 230 $43,470 $32,300 - 57,780 9% 87%
96 Writers and authors 220 $41,130 $22,030 - 62,400 13% 84%
97 Private detectives and investigators 220 $34,430 $21,980 - 49,490 18% 52%
98 Floral designers 220 $25,150 $13,960 - 37,240 -9% 55%
99 Computer hardware engineers 210 $90,450 $41,110 - 125,280 5% 70%
100 Optometrists 210 $64,540 $34,880 - 102,830 11% 100%

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 21,720 $23,480 $13,530 - 37,350 12% 25%
2 Office clerks, general 15,380 $22,930 $13,890 - 32,550 13% 19%
3 Cashiers 13,280 $17,070 $13,020 - 22,730 -3% 10%
4 Customer service representatives 11,670 $26,880 $17,750 - 39,040 25% 22%
5 Waiters and waitresses 11,160 $16,160 $12,890 - 21,760 11% 14%
6 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 10,730 $29,310 $18,020 - 42,080 13% 16%
7 General and operations managers 9,900 $81,000 $32,880 - 150,300 2% 48%
8 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 9,420 $22,020 $15,230 - 31,470 2% 5%
9 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 8,630 $15,190 $12,800 - 18,930 18% 5%
10 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 7,510 $36,140 $21,570 - 54,740 10% 4%
11 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 7,290 $19,160 $13,390 - 26,360 15% 4%
12 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 7,150 $26,090 $16,020 - 38,450 1% 18%
13 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 6,700 $41,160 $22,810 - 63,620 6% 29%
14 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 5,900 $35,470 $23,210 - 50,520 15% 18%
15 Team assemblers 5,850 $24,330 $17,010 - 32,590 0% 5%
16 Stock clerks and order fillers 5,820 $21,600 $14,540 - 31,410 -8% 8%
17 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 5,810 $34,430 $19,990 - 51,210 4% 25%
18 Construction laborers 5,490 $25,270 $15,800 - 37,240 11% 5%
19 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 5,400 $20,450 $16,280 - 26,170 18% 7%
20 Cooks, fast food 5,270 $16,640 $12,920 - 22,280 8% 5%
21 Maintenance and repair workers, general 4,830 $32,160 $20,250 - 47,780 10% 6%
22 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 4,650 $32,890 $25,000 - 42,060 14% 7%
23 Receptionists and information clerks 4,470 $22,430 $15,850 - 30,550 17% 13%
24 Cooks, restaurant 4,090 $19,370 $14,140 - 25,450 12% 5%
25 Personal and home care aides 4,090 $17,240 $13,460 - 20,220 51% 10%
26 Computer support specialists 3,800 $36,830 $21,590 - 60,930 13% 43%
27 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 3,710 $26,250 $16,310 - 40,230 4% 6%
28 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 3,640 $27,610 $16,250 - 40,930 11% 14%
29 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 3,630 $59,140 $35,200 - 96,930 9% 10%
30 Teacher assistants 3,600 $19,560 $13,050 - 27,150 10% 18%
31 Security guards 3,540 $27,650 $16,360 - 47,120 17% 13%
32 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 3,480 $16,670 $13,020 - 21,270 13% 5%
33 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 3,410 $31,530 $20,910 - 50,430 5% 2%
34 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 3,370 $27,350 $15,770 - 40,630 8% 4%
35 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 3,370 $21,780 $15,900 - 29,300 18% 6%
36 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 3,290 $27,370 $17,550 - 38,750 4% 15%
37 Food preparation workers 3,270 $16,920 $13,100 - 22,350 15% 7%
38 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 3,230 $31,790 $15,740 - 51,980 14% 4%
39 Child care workers 2,950 $17,690 $13,230 - 23,350 18% 15%
40 Electricians 2,910 $36,650 $21,330 - 54,060 7% 7%
41 Tellers 2,800 $22,270 $17,140 - 29,550 14% 16%
42 Industrial truck and tractor operators 2,620 $26,200 $19,200 - 35,560 -2% 2%
43 Medical assistants 2,540 $25,210 $17,470 - 33,270 35% 10%
44 Business operations specialists, all other 2,520 $65,560 $41,880 - 92,330 21% 49%
45 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 2,400 $18,090 $13,230 - 25,000 11% 5%
46 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 2,350 $46,780 $27,090 - 76,050 -5% 15%
47 Carpenters 2,350 $31,980 $21,350 - 46,300 10% 6%
48 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 2,340 $48,240 $25,120 - 71,520 11% 33%
49 Telemarketers 2,260 $18,640 $12,930 - 26,400 -10% 14%
50 Roustabouts, oil and gas 2,210 $35,990 $23,140 - 50,960 -3% 0%
51 Sheet metal workers 2,140 $45,100 $27,810 - 59,720 7% 4%
52 Dishwashers 2,110 $16,170 $13,080 - 19,740 10% 3%
53 Helpers--production workers 2,060 $19,840 $15,340 - 27,600 -1% 4%
54 Correctional officers and jailers 2,040 $32,630 $21,860 - 50,970 17% 11%
55 Bill and account collectors 1,950 $28,710 $19,950 - 40,590 23% 13%
56 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 1,900 $53,000 $30,050 - 78,590 7% 13%
57 Administrative services managers 1,870 $61,360 $28,080 - 103,650 12% 40%
58 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 1,850 $35,470 $20,710 - 53,680 -7% 14%
59 Parts salespersons 1,820 $30,450 $15,460 - 56,400 -2% 6%
60 Driver/sales workers 1,800 $25,430 $13,990 - 41,890 -5% 4%
61 Preschool teachers, except special education 1,770 $26,230 $14,570 - 41,020 26% 43%
62 Order clerks 1,770 $25,760 $17,090 - 36,250 -24% 16%
63 Machinists 1,760 $35,750 $19,680 - 55,810 -3% 3%
64 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 1,760 $15,550 $12,920 - 19,220 10% 17%
65 Packers and packagers, hand 1,720 $17,520 $12,850 - 25,220 -12% 3%
66 Rotary drill operators, oil and gas 1,710 $52,650 $28,410 - 72,060 -5% 0%
67 Aircraft mechanics and service technicians 1,670 $47,300 $30,480 - 61,060 11% 11%
68 Medical secretaries 1,670 $25,870 $18,460 - 34,900 17% 18%
69 Data entry keyers 1,660 $27,280 $17,900 - 38,090 -5% 18%
70 Derrick operators, oil and gas 1,640 $44,690 $30,230 - 54,550 -6% 0%
71 Insurance sales agents 1,630 $52,820 $22,780 - 84,610 13% 45%
72 Industrial machinery mechanics 1,630 $42,780 $25,900 - 61,330 9% 5%
73 Pharmacy technicians 1,590 $24,310 $17,700 - 32,460 32% 16%
74 Fire fighters 1,580 $50,200 $31,450 - 67,580 12% 18%
75 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 1,550 $48,600 $27,880 - 73,680 9% 47%
76 Dental assistants 1,540 $30,140 $22,280 - 39,160 29% 9%
77 Loan officers 1,510 $49,680 $22,280 - 86,790 12% 49%
78 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 1,510 $45,900 $22,860 - 67,540 4% 30%
79 Cement masons and concrete finishers 1,470 $30,730 $21,000 - 40,390 11% 2%
80 Logisticians 1,460 $65,420 $41,880 - 90,990 17% 43%
81 Real estate sales agents 1,460 $47,730 $21,480 - 90,510 11% 45%
82 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 1,430 $55,440 $30,690 - 85,850 0% 42%
83 Paralegals and legal assistants 1,410 $47,660 $25,680 - 65,440 22% 45%
84 Postal service mail carriers 1,370 $0 $ - 1% 11%
85 Bus drivers, school 1,340 $19,100 $13,330 - 25,810 9% 4%
86 Painters, construction and maintenance 1,300 $32,480 $20,330 - 48,410 12% 6%
87 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 1,300 $21,700 $13,390 - 37,670 14% 3%
88 Sales representatives, services, all other 1,250 $44,470 $18,170 - 65,390 28% 48%
89 Home health aides 1,240 $22,510 $15,740 - 31,430 49% 7%
90 File clerks 1,240 $22,300 $14,340 - 31,390 -41% 20%
91 Medical records and health information technicians 1,210 $30,960 $18,540 - 48,670 18% 12%
92 Automotive body and related repairers 1,180 $34,010 $18,030 - 57,280 12% 3%
93 Counter and rental clerks 1,150 $21,600 $13,200 - 34,080 23% 16%
94 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 1,150 $16,290 $12,910 - 20,530 10% 8%
95 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 1,140 $35,950 $24,360 - 50,540 12% 3%
96 Property, real estate, and community association managers 1,130 $48,910 $21,160 - 81,940 15% 36%
97 Food service managers 1,130 $40,910 $23,220 - 60,520 5% 24%
98 Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 1,110 $61,640 $34,390 - 94,470 4% 18%
99 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 1,100 $30,780 $20,710 - 45,340 -1% 22%
100 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 1,090 $18,690 $13,520 - 24,810 10% 5%
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Jobs More Common Near Oklahoma City Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Gas compressor and gas pumping station operators 35,440 220 58.7
Derrick operators, oil and gas 44,690 1,640 39.4
Helpers--extraction workers 38,740 650 34.7
Rotary drill operators, oil and gas 52,650 1,710 30.2
Wellhead pumpers 40,350 570 28
Roustabouts, oil and gas 35,990 2,210 24.4
Tree trimmers and pruners 22,280 590 14.5
Petroleum engineers 103,240 680 9.3
Traffic technicians 31,680 110 9.2
Geological and petroleum technicians 52,910 350 9
Atmospheric and space scientists 89,170 130 7.9
Avionics technicians 47,180 310 6.5
Precision instrument and equipment repairers, all other 46,850 130 5.7
Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 108,220 640 5.2
Court reporters 51,800 230 4.9
Farmworkers, farm and ranch animals 18,250 290 4.9
Audiologists 50,480 130 4.8
Motorcycle mechanics 37,320 140 4.4
Radiation therapists 55,850 180 4.4
Correspondence clerks 25,780 160 3.9
Aircraft mechanics and service technicians 47,300 1,670 3.9
Insurance appraisers, auto damage 45,870 110 3.8
Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 28,150 740 3.7
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators 34,780 650 3.6
Outdoor power equipment and other small engine mechanics 21,030 200 3.5
Logisticians 65,420 1,460 3.3
Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates 100,840 180 3.3
Bailiffs 32,300 150 3.3
Transportation inspectors 82,070 190 3.3
Sheet metal workers 45,100 2,140 3.3
Political science teachers, postsecondary 41,790 120 3.2
Loan counselors 35,040 340 3.1
Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door 49,360 400 3.1
Gaming change persons and booth cashiers 19,990 140 2.9
Dietetic technicians 23,810 210 2.8
Radio and television announcers 32,260 240 2.8
Electrical and electronics repairers, commercial and industrial equipment 52,410 820 2.7
Title examiners, abstractors, and searchers 40,130 580 2.7
Occupational health and safety specialists 0 550 2.7
Carpet installers 26,660 280 2.7
Optometrists 64,540 210 2.6
Chief executives 122,450 3,170 2.6
Private detectives and investigators 34,430 220 2.5
Funeral directors 51,910 170 2.5
Electric motor, power tool, and related repairers 32,260 140 2.5
Correctional officers and jailers 32,630 2,040 2.4
Cooks, fast food 16,640 5,270 2.4
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 31,530 3,410 2.4
Occupational therapist assistants 52,540 210 2.4
Family and general practitioners 165,320 930 2.4

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other 67,000 1.55 210
Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 108,220 1.48 640
Self-enrichment education teachers 50,660 1.32 450
Transportation inspectors 82,070 1.32 190
Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 88,210 1.24 200
Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 37,350 1.23 260
Financial specialists, all other 68,850 1.2 120
Helpers--extraction workers 38,740 1.2 650
Fire fighters 50,200 1.19 1,580
Psychology teachers, postsecondary 80,820 1.19 190
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 61,640 1.18 1,110
Industrial engineering technicians 56,780 1.17 290
Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 24,870 1.16 120
Crossing guards 26,520 1.15 230
Surveying and mapping technicians 43,490 1.15 320
Health educators 52,330 1.14 260
Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 28,200 1.14 910
Roustabouts, oil and gas 35,990 1.14 2,210
Production, planning, and expediting clerks 45,900 1.12 1,510
Engineering technicians, except drafters, all other 60,350 1.12 400
Business operations specialists, all other 65,560 1.11 2,520
Paralegals and legal assistants 47,660 1.11 1,410
Electro-mechanical technicians 52,410 1.1 110
Security guards 27,650 1.1 3,540
All other information and record clerks 36,160 1.09 620
Computer specialists, all other 73,720 1.09 650
Atmospheric and space scientists 89,170 1.09 130
Occupational therapist assistants 52,540 1.08 210
Sheet metal workers 45,100 1.08 2,140
Reporters and correspondents 44,170 1.08 300
Chemists 70,790 1.07 110
Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door 49,360 1.07 400
Motorcycle mechanics 37,320 1.07 140
Wellhead pumpers 40,350 1.07 570
Electrical and electronics repairers, commercial and industrial equipment 52,410 1.07 820
Derrick operators, oil and gas 44,690 1.06 1,640
Home health aides 22,510 1.06 1,240
Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 83,870 1.06 530
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 35,470 1.06 1,850
Social and human service assistants 29,970 1.06 790
Data entry keyers 27,280 1.05 1,660
Crushing, grinding, and polishing machine setters, operators, and tenders 32,840 1.05 110
Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 55,440 1.05 1,430
Procurement clerks 36,120 1.05 770
Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates 100,840 1.04 180
Managers, all other 86,170 1.04 610
Office and administrative support workers, all other 32,290 1.04 180
Floral designers 25,150 1.04 220
Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers 38,620 1.04 330
Telecommunications line installers and repairers 47,520 1.04 630

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