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Eugene Employment

Employment and Industries in the Eugene, Oregon 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 Eugene than in other US cities; this is useful both for career planning and for understanding the nature of Eugene.
  • A list of the highest-paying jobs in Eugene.
  • A list of any large public companies in Eugene.

Most Popular Jobs in Eugene, Oregon 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 2,700 $70,730 $52,890 - 92,910 24% 56%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,720 $68,840 $29,820 - 106,420 8% 51%
3 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,240 $53,510 $36,750 - 71,300 14% 95%
4 Accountants and auditors 890 $58,720 $34,830 - 94,270 18% 79%
5 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 800 $49,530 $33,110 - 67,860 6% 96%
6 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 710 $50,330 $35,660 - 66,270 11% 95%
7 Teachers and instructors, all other 640 $41,320 $24,140 - 52,220 9% 54%
8 Social and human service assistants 580 $28,280 $18,050 - 41,990 34% 58%
9 Computer systems analysts 550 $63,710 $42,110 - 81,410 29% 68%
10 Managers, all other 420 $67,980 $30,040 - 102,120 7% 55%
11 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 410 $49,600 $31,270 - 74,540 17% 56%
12 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 390 $82,740 $27,550 - 25% 67%
13 Computer programmers 350 $55,440 $27,630 - 83,250 -4% 73%
14 Financial managers 340 $91,370 $50,380 - 145,740 13% 60%
15 Network and computer systems administrators 340 $59,450 $41,460 - 80,510 27% 50%
16 Clergy 340 $50,850 $25,080 - 75,420 19% 75%
17 Lawyers 330 $83,040 $43,810 - 134,730 11% 99%
18 Pharmacists 320 $101,790 $83,880 - 127,940 22% 97%
19 Graphic designers 320 $36,740 $20,760 - 57,080 10% 55%
20 Child, family, and school social workers 300 $37,010 $25,100 - 55,130 19% 77%
21 Management analysts 290 $61,110 $44,180 - 80,970 22% 78%
22 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 280 $47,380 $35,590 - 62,850 20% 87%
23 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 270 $76,070 $39,390 - 125,320 12% 51%
24 Civil engineers 270 $73,980 $47,330 - 93,720 18% 87%
25 Mental health counselors 270 $41,270 $23,750 - 65,550 30% 73%
26 Sales managers 260 $101,720 $42,970 - 10% 69%
27 Medical and health services managers 260 $80,120 $38,220 - 124,020 16% 57%
28 Training and development specialists 250 $50,460 $19,420 - 84,020 18% 56%
29 Physical therapists 240 $74,170 $58,270 - 82,800 27% 89%
30 Coaches and scouts 240 $38,550 $18,410 - 79,720 15% 60%
31 Computer and information systems managers 230 $88,850 $59,840 - 128,590 16% 73%
32 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 230 $78,200 $40,770 - 103,990 8% 78%
33 Medical and public health social workers 220 $45,680 $21,820 - 72,890 24% 77%
34 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 220 $37,590 $17,820 - 57,870 18% 56%
35 Self-enrichment education teachers 220 $37,490 $19,170 - 61,150 23% 54%
36 Musicians and singers 220 $0 $ - 10% 53%
37 Computer specialists, all other 210 $53,220 $31,890 - 79,520 15% 68%
38 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 210 $27,110 $20,130 - 34,110 11% 55%
39 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 200 $47,280 $28,360 - 68,730 13% 73%
40 Social and community service managers 180 $51,770 $28,270 - 81,150 25% 72%
41 Advertising sales agents 180 $50,590 $20,890 - 102,290 20% 56%
42 Marketing managers 170 $67,000 $33,730 - 120,700 14% 69%
43 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 170 $45,610 $28,190 - 64,280 5% 58%
44 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 160 $36,710 $26,370 - 49,160 15% 51%
45 Directors, religious activities and education 160 $33,700 $25,770 - 41,030 20% 64%
46 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 150 $63,030 $40,680 - 92,960 14% 54%
47 Librarians 150 $55,520 $38,370 - 76,410 4% 85%
48 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 150 $50,600 $34,490 - 76,310 16% 99%
49 Financial specialists, all other 150 $44,720 $23,430 - 67,390 12% 50%
50 Sales and related workers, all other 150 $31,520 $21,280 - 46,720 14% 62%
51 Rehabilitation counselors 150 $31,280 $18,800 - 48,480 23% 73%
52 Mechanical engineers 140 $62,070 $41,900 - 86,600 4% 78%
53 Public relations specialists 140 $49,150 $28,810 - 73,870 18% 81%
54 Social workers, all other 140 $36,980 $22,170 - 50,600 18% 77%
55 Network systems and data communications analysts 130 $61,130 $35,230 - 82,630 53% 57%
56 Architects, except landscape and naval 130 $51,950 $36,160 - 87,100 18% 88%
57 Special education teachers, middle school 130 $46,250 $35,310 - 62,970 16% 87%
58 Computer software engineers, systems software 120 $89,460 $57,210 - 123,070 28% 85%
59 Database administrators 120 $67,780 $49,160 - 82,590 29% 72%
60 Tax preparers 120 $35,280 $22,740 - 48,180 -8% 54%
61 Biological technicians 120 $32,510 $22,010 - 45,480 16% 60%
62 Chief executives 110 $164,630 $71,770 - 2% 65%
63 Psychologists, all other 110 $85,710 $36,090 - 133,940 8% 99%
64 Instructional coordinators 110 $63,680 $30,920 - 94,870 23% 79%
65 Foresters 110 $62,230 $44,730 - 80,550 5% 86%
66 Dentists, general 100 $169,980 $100,060 - 9% 100%
67 Engineering managers 100 $98,000 $62,790 - 131,660 7% 84%
68 Education administrators, postsecondary 100 $90,910 $47,820 - 141,900 14% 78%
69 Biological scientists, all other 100 $49,180 $28,720 - 71,850 4% 95%
70 Physician assistants 90 $92,080 $61,700 - 137,660 27% 67%
71 Public relations managers 90 $68,170 $36,240 - 105,420 17% 75%
72 Special education teachers, secondary school 90 $53,530 $36,900 - 72,920 9% 87%
73 Multi-media artists and animators 90 $43,500 $25,880 - 64,370 26% 58%
74 Reporters and correspondents 90 $40,310 $24,120 - 51,840 1% 85%
75 Electrical engineers 80 $84,000 $65,240 - 106,390 6% 81%
76 Veterinarians 80 $72,380 $55,560 - 98,100 35% 100%
77 Urban and regional planners 80 $62,020 $46,410 - 79,200 15% 92%
78 Editors 80 $45,990 $26,340 - 60,490 2% 81%
79 Community and social service specialists, all other 80 $40,560 $19,770 - 62,130 25% 58%
80 Producers and directors 80 $36,410 $21,980 - 53,060 11% 75%
81 Floral designers 80 $21,270 $17,650 - 25,840 -9% 55%
82 Human resources managers, all other 70 $81,650 $47,000 - 120,520 11% 58%
83 Personal financial advisors 70 $80,870 $34,220 - 130,050 41% 81%
84 Speech-language pathologists 70 $58,760 $44,590 - 76,310 11% 98%
85 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 70 $38,630 $22,450 - 56,830 30% 77%
86 Meeting and convention planners 70 $34,570 $27,230 - 48,360 20% 67%
87 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 60 $58,220 $38,160 - 80,670 18% 56%
88 Credit analysts 60 $58,130 $38,200 - 77,280 2% 60%
89 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 60 $57,690 $38,750 - 81,080 25% 93%
90 Occupational health and safety specialists 60 $53,290 $30,020 - 73,710 8% 72%
91 Commercial and industrial designers 60 $42,470 $27,080 - 57,480 7% 55%
92 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 60 $40,640 $24,970 - 52,330 24% 78%
93 Purchasing managers 50 $80,740 $47,840 - 134,270 3% 57%
94 Industrial engineers 50 $73,370 $53,040 - 94,550 20% 74%
95 Occupational therapists 50 $71,630 $59,060 - 82,730 23% 90%
96 Surveyors 50 $60,920 $46,110 - 80,660 24% 82%
97 Writers and authors 50 $52,030 $29,250 - 77,090 13% 84%
98 Advertising and promotions managers 50 $52,000 $35,350 - 69,200 6% 76%
99 Dietitians and nutritionists 50 $48,640 $26,670 - 69,610 9% 72%
100 Chemists 50 $48,240 $27,120 - 70,940 9% 93%

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 5,750 $27,140 $17,460 - 45,990 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 3,980 $21,320 $17,070 - 29,390 -3% 10%
3 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,390 $19,000 $16,890 - 21,060 18% 5%
4 Office clerks, general 3,230 $27,870 $19,170 - 38,480 13% 19%
5 Waiters and waitresses 2,870 $23,190 $17,060 - 37,950 11% 14%
6 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 2,310 $32,510 $22,270 - 44,820 13% 16%
7 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,310 $23,450 $17,450 - 32,530 15% 4%
8 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,950 $23,620 $17,270 - 33,100 2% 5%
9 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,940 $29,170 $20,430 - 39,930 1% 18%
10 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,880 $34,820 $24,690 - 46,620 10% 4%
11 Office and administrative support workers, all other 1,860 $24,960 $17,410 - 38,890 -9% 32%
12 Customer service representatives 1,760 $32,060 $20,900 - 45,300 25% 22%
13 Team assemblers 1,760 $28,640 $21,650 - 38,030 0% 5%
14 Teacher assistants 1,670 $26,130 $19,120 - 32,630 10% 18%
15 General and operations managers 1,600 $93,700 $39,920 - 2% 48%
16 Home health aides 1,450 $20,420 $17,320 - 24,820 49% 7%
17 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,350 $41,960 $22,740 - 69,830 4% 25%
18 Food preparation workers 1,340 $20,040 $17,130 - 24,720 15% 7%
19 Carpenters 1,270 $46,320 $28,720 - 72,960 10% 6%
20 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,210 $25,200 $18,350 - 31,660 18% 7%
21 Receptionists and information clerks 1,110 $25,220 $18,220 - 34,370 17% 13%
22 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,110 $25,010 $17,450 - 38,620 -8% 8%
23 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,100 $44,360 $27,120 - 64,530 6% 29%
24 Personal care and service workers, all other 1,080 $22,550 $17,480 - 27,840 -13% 21%
25 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 1,060 $19,690 $17,140 - 23,900 10% 8%
26 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,040 $39,690 $26,750 - 52,310 15% 18%
27 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,040 $31,280 $22,100 - 41,290 -2% 2%
28 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,010 $34,270 $21,610 - 50,790 10% 6%
29 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 990 $20,050 $16,890 - 24,770 13% 5%
30 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 970 $28,620 $18,300 - 44,020 11% 14%
31 Cooks, restaurant 950 $22,700 $17,660 - 29,800 12% 5%
32 Business operations specialists, all other 900 $48,480 $30,030 - 75,260 21% 49%
33 Medical secretaries 850 $33,820 $25,200 - 47,220 17% 18%
34 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 830 $27,960 $18,970 - 39,510 4% 6%
35 Security guards 820 $23,270 $17,740 - 31,380 17% 13%
36 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 790 $51,510 $28,670 - 80,590 -5% 15%
37 Machine feeders and offbearers 790 $26,890 $18,370 - 37,060 -15% 0%
38 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 780 $27,170 $18,780 - 40,870 18% 6%
39 Production workers, all other 750 $25,970 $18,080 - 38,110 2% 5%
40 Service station attendants 750 $19,730 $16,750 - 24,330 13% 6%
41 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 740 $29,230 $19,010 - 54,150 8% 4%
42 Helpers--production workers 720 $26,490 $18,910 - 32,940 -1% 4%
43 Computer support specialists 710 $44,760 $25,640 - 63,750 13% 43%
44 Dishwashers 700 $18,790 $16,970 - 20,650 10% 3%
45 Cooks, fast food 690 $18,770 $17,120 - 20,450 8% 5%
46 Packers and packagers, hand 680 $19,850 $17,070 - 24,370 -12% 3%
47 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 640 $37,970 $18,410 - 60,020 27% 47%
48 Tellers 640 $24,170 $18,190 - 31,060 14% 16%
49 Construction laborers 630 $30,810 $21,170 - 47,640 11% 5%
50 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 620 $34,430 $20,480 - 48,470 14% 4%
51 Preschool teachers, except special education 610 $24,450 $18,000 - 34,660 26% 43%
52 Medical assistants 600 $31,970 $25,090 - 40,210 35% 10%
53 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 600 $31,590 $22,070 - 40,710 5% 2%
54 Assemblers and fabricators, all other 580 $24,900 $18,020 - 35,500 -9% 5%
55 Sales representatives, services, all other 530 $47,130 $20,740 - 80,780 28% 48%
56 Electricians 520 $56,070 $35,240 - 76,410 7% 7%
57 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 520 $34,930 $22,950 - 48,630 -7% 14%
58 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 510 $55,380 $44,430 - 63,860 11% 33%
59 Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 510 $27,280 $20,300 - 37,850 3% 4%
60 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 510 $23,500 $17,670 - 32,690 11% 5%
61 Child care workers 510 $20,040 $17,010 - 24,210 18% 15%
62 Driver/sales workers 490 $28,220 $17,760 - 43,280 -5% 4%
63 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 480 $28,910 $18,830 - 39,670 -5% 5%
64 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 470 $60,520 $31,870 - 83,580 9% 10%
65 All other information and record clerks 470 $28,020 $18,160 - 39,410 -13% 21%
66 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 460 $57,500 $38,750 - 81,220 7% 13%
67 Bill and account collectors 460 $32,890 $19,310 - 44,290 23% 13%
68 Pharmacy technicians 440 $31,590 $23,710 - 40,020 32% 16%
69 Bartenders 440 $21,310 $16,900 - 29,750 11% 17%
70 Industrial machinery mechanics 430 $47,230 $35,240 - 61,990 9% 5%
71 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 420 $43,030 $33,190 - 52,560 12% 3%
72 Machinists 420 $36,850 $26,850 - 51,350 -3% 3%
73 Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 420 $29,630 $17,710 - 52,810 8% 9%
74 Recreation workers 420 $25,420 $17,790 - 40,390 13% 47%
75 Loan officers 410 $70,810 $29,240 - 131,580 12% 49%
76 Insurance sales agents 410 $61,080 $22,430 - 144,750 13% 45%
77 Sheet metal workers 410 $51,750 $26,660 - 78,620 7% 4%
78 Counter and rental clerks 410 $24,310 $17,220 - 41,470 23% 16%
79 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 400 $32,840 $23,650 - 41,100 4% 15%
80 Bus drivers, school 390 $26,950 $21,210 - 31,800 9% 4%
81 Telemarketers 380 $28,040 $17,920 - 36,620 -10% 14%
82 Dental assistants 370 $36,450 $28,160 - 45,560 29% 9%
83 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 360 $39,760 $31,670 - 50,150 14% 7%
84 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 360 $24,420 $17,640 - 32,690 -27% 6%
85 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 360 $22,010 $17,360 - 30,370 14% 3%
86 Painters, construction and maintenance 350 $30,750 $21,740 - 39,310 12% 6%
87 Sewing machine operators 350 $23,000 $17,550 - 30,850 -27% 5%
88 Personal and home care aides 350 $21,180 $17,610 - 25,310 51% 10%
89 Postal service mail carriers 350 $0 $ - 1% 11%
90 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 340 $84,390 $35,100 - 158,780 4% 38%
91 Construction managers 340 $84,380 $66,820 - 108,600 16% 29%
92 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 340 $57,740 $29,950 - 93,030 11% 4%
93 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 330 $40,090 $26,820 - 52,660 9% 3%
94 Dental hygienists 320 $73,770 $66,410 - 83,910 30% 33%
95 Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 320 $36,710 $24,250 - 50,530 2% 11%
96 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 300 $43,600 $32,570 - 62,230 8% 3%
97 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 300 $19,470 $16,780 - 24,520 17% 14%
98 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 300 $18,780 $16,880 - 21,080 10% 17%
99 Logging equipment operators 290 $40,750 $30,610 - 51,840 -1% 2%
100 Social science research assistants 290 $36,500 $27,110 - 49,210 12% 46%
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Jobs More Common Near Eugene Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Logging workers, all other 35,460 140 124.3
Foresters 62,230 110 45.2
Woodworkers, all other 23,670 150 39.9
Logging equipment operators 40,750 290 39.6
Forest and conservation technicians 36,900 240 35.1
Social science research assistants 36,500 290 25.5
Recreational vehicle service technicians 41,240 110 22
Personal care and service workers, all other 22,550 1,080 18.5
Psychologists, all other 85,710 110 15.6
Directors, religious activities and education 33,700 160 12.8
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 32,630 270 11.2
Service station attendants 19,730 750 10.8
Furnace, kiln, oven, drier, and kettle operators and tenders 35,540 100 9.2
Clergy 50,850 340 8.1
Machine feeders and offbearers 26,890 790 7.5
Entertainment attendants and related workers, all other 19,250 170 7.1
Office and administrative support workers, all other 24,960 1,860 7
Musicians and singers 0 220 6.2
Painters, transportation equipment 38,910 250 5.7
Carpet installers 28,510 140 5.3
Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 32,720 270 4.8
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 27,280 510 4.6
Biological scientists, all other 49,180 100 4.4
Food preparation and serving related workers, all other 20,700 170 4
Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 27,110 210 3.9
Production workers, all other 25,970 750 3.2
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 29,630 420 3
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers 23,550 200 2.9
First-line supervisors/managers of fire fighting and prevention workers 65,870 130 2.9
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators 38,950 130 2.8
Surgeons 0 130 2.8
Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 63,030 150 2.8
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 24,100 220 2.7
Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders 31,350 160 2.7
Medical equipment preparers 28,950 110 2.6
Mental health counselors 41,270 270 2.6
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 37,970 640 2.5
Motor vehicle operators, all other 21,230 190 2.5
Sewing machine operators 23,000 350 2.5
Sheet metal workers 51,750 410 2.5
Highway maintenance workers 0 220 2.3
Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other 37,790 120 2.3
Roofers 30,800 290 2.3
Tax preparers 35,280 120 2.3
Weighers, measurers, checkers, and samplers, recordkeeping 23,810 150 2.2
Assemblers and fabricators, all other 24,900 580 2.2
Social workers, all other 36,980 140 2.2
Tile and marble setters 37,020 100 2.1
Refuse and recyclable material collectors 38,590 240 2.1
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 70,100 130 2

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Eugene, Oregon Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 63,030 1.39 150
Refuse and recyclable material collectors 38,590 1.28 240
Switchboard operators, including answering service 30,590 1.27 140
Library assistants, clerical 30,280 1.26 160
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 37,970 1.26 640
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 57,740 1.25 340
Sheet metal workers 51,750 1.24 410
Waiters and waitresses 23,190 1.24 2,870
Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 32,720 1.23 270
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 32,630 1.22 270
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 68,840 1.22 1,720
Logging equipment operators 40,750 1.22 290
First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 84,390 1.21 340
Loan officers 70,810 1.2 410
Electricians 56,070 1.2 520
Carpenters 46,320 1.18 1,270
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 70,100 1.18 130
Teacher assistants 26,130 1.17 1,670
Radiologic technologists and technicians 59,950 1.17 200
Medical secretaries 33,820 1.17 850
Automotive body and related repairers 45,740 1.16 160
Bus drivers, transit and intercity 35,380 1.16 260
Dental hygienists 73,770 1.16 320
Recreational vehicle service technicians 41,240 1.16 110
Physicians and surgeons, all other 205,590 1.15 260
Cashiers 21,320 1.15 3,980
Registered nurses 70,730 1.15 2,700
Protective service workers, all other 35,480 1.14 120
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 55,380 1.14 510
Medical assistants 31,970 1.14 600
File clerks 26,760 1.13 230
Telemarketers 28,040 1.13 380
Dental assistants 36,450 1.13 370
Pharmacy technicians 31,590 1.12 440
Clergy 50,850 1.12 340
Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 57,440 1.12 140
Helpers--production workers 26,490 1.12 720
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 27,170 1.12 780
Surveying and mapping technicians 42,250 1.11 110
Retail salespersons 27,140 1.11 5,750
Fire fighters 46,760 1.11 200
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 28,910 1.11 480
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 47,550 1.11 150
Instructional coordinators 63,680 1.11 110
Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 19,690 1.1 1,060
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 19,000 1.1 3,390
Food servers, nonrestaurant 22,140 1.1 280
Bartenders 21,310 1.1 440
Office clerks, general 27,870 1.1 3,230
Foresters 62,230 1.1 110

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