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Portland Employment

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

Most Popular Jobs in Portland, 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 18,430 $73,870 $54,720 - 97,420 24% 56%
2 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 14,360 $67,850 $28,060 - 119,090 8% 51%
3 Elementary school teachers, except special education 10,010 $51,830 $34,620 - 71,820 14% 95%
4 Accountants and auditors 8,320 $61,900 $38,160 - 93,240 18% 79%
5 Computer software engineers, applications 7,290 $90,470 $59,690 - 128,530 45% 85%
6 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 6,820 $51,890 $34,970 - 73,390 6% 96%
7 Managers, all other 4,950 $84,640 $47,690 - 127,120 7% 55%
8 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 4,270 $53,950 $37,210 - 72,650 11% 95%
9 Teachers and instructors, all other 4,120 $49,200 $29,360 - 78,420 9% 54%
10 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 3,900 $94,740 $45,100 - 161,100 12% 51%
11 Lawyers 3,470 $103,500 $51,310 - 160,050 11% 99%
12 Computer systems analysts 3,360 $77,420 $52,450 - 104,400 29% 68%
13 Civil engineers 3,290 $74,310 $47,980 - 103,600 18% 87%
14 Financial managers 3,220 $110,110 $62,680 - 13% 60%
15 Computer specialists, all other 2,960 $71,750 $43,040 - 105,600 15% 68%
16 Computer and information systems managers 2,860 $122,000 $73,350 - 16% 73%
17 Network and computer systems administrators 2,850 $68,300 $42,510 - 97,800 27% 50%
18 Social and human service assistants 2,810 $28,040 $19,690 - 41,400 34% 58%
19 Sales managers 2,690 $112,630 $56,160 - 10% 69%
20 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 2,680 $60,200 $36,940 - 87,620 17% 56%
21 Industrial engineers 2,620 $80,530 $56,710 - 106,060 20% 74%
22 Management analysts 2,530 $73,880 $44,700 - 115,550 22% 78%
23 Computer software engineers, systems software 2,450 $94,620 $62,730 - 132,870 28% 85%
24 Engineering managers 2,400 $119,900 $87,710 - 162,180 7% 84%
25 Marketing managers 2,390 $109,850 $54,170 - 14% 69%
26 Computer programmers 2,240 $77,850 $41,910 - 124,470 -4% 73%
27 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 2,100 $83,970 $27,620 - 25% 67%
28 Mechanical engineers 2,070 $78,520 $52,010 - 109,670 4% 78%
29 Coaches and scouts 1,990 $37,760 $19,340 - 61,540 15% 60%
30 Pharmacists 1,970 $105,660 $86,930 - 130,270 22% 97%
31 Electronics engineers, except computer 1,910 $93,600 $57,880 - 134,410 4% 81%
32 Sales and related workers, all other 1,910 $36,300 $20,390 - 58,180 14% 62%
33 Network systems and data communications analysts 1,870 $70,700 $43,580 - 102,020 53% 57%
34 Architects, except landscape and naval 1,840 $67,520 $38,220 - 100,480 18% 88%
35 Clergy 1,840 $46,790 $17,790 - 76,010 19% 75%
36 Graphic designers 1,830 $44,460 $27,290 - 64,340 10% 55%
37 Training and development specialists 1,790 $55,430 $28,460 - 89,090 18% 56%
38 Child, family, and school social workers 1,650 $38,670 $25,610 - 57,100 19% 77%
39 Medical and health services managers 1,640 $101,190 $56,170 - 160,740 16% 57%
40 Public relations specialists 1,590 $56,210 $31,280 - 91,200 18% 81%
41 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 1,580 $52,880 $28,880 - 83,460 18% 56%
42 Market research analysts 1,570 $72,710 $34,620 - 127,760 20% 82%
43 Electrical engineers 1,510 $86,640 $52,380 - 121,520 6% 81%
44 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 1,510 $50,970 $33,190 - 74,170 13% 73%
45 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 1,510 $50,890 $30,290 - 79,180 5% 58%
46 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 1,450 $88,950 $61,760 - 110,940 8% 78%
47 Physical therapists 1,400 $68,470 $56,010 - 82,530 27% 89%
48 Financial specialists, all other 1,390 $62,310 $37,540 - 87,940 12% 50%
49 Financial analysts 1,240 $84,330 $41,170 - 145,570 34% 87%
50 Social and community service managers 1,220 $56,270 $34,820 - 83,050 25% 72%
51 Biological technicians 1,220 $36,980 $26,220 - 50,380 16% 60%
52 Engineers, all other 1,160 $89,750 $52,780 - 134,670 6% 82%
53 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 1,160 $58,370 $42,820 - 76,700 12% 51%
54 Sales engineers 1,130 $91,820 $56,140 - 136,720 9% 79%
55 Mental health counselors 1,100 $50,840 $31,020 - 77,260 30% 73%
56 Chief executives 1,080 $181,660 $101,570 - 2% 65%
57 Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 1,080 $80,270 $37,770 - 161,620 20% 99%
58 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 1,070 $36,560 $22,000 - 59,330 30% 77%
59 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 1,050 $39,660 $27,250 - 56,200 34% 73%
60 Advertising sales agents 1,030 $51,800 $22,730 - 96,780 20% 56%
61 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 1,000 $52,480 $36,380 - 71,500 20% 87%
62 Urban and regional planners 970 $65,870 $41,360 - 94,390 15% 92%
63 Special education teachers, secondary school 960 $53,630 $36,790 - 74,300 9% 87%
64 Directors, religious activities and education 960 $35,290 $21,030 - 53,600 20% 64%
65 Database administrators 950 $75,930 $48,240 - 106,520 29% 72%
66 Social workers, all other 950 $44,070 $27,860 - 61,270 18% 77%
67 Librarians 940 $56,420 $37,390 - 78,660 4% 85%
68 Zoologists and wildlife biologists 930 $65,680 $44,860 - 93,660 9% 95%
69 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 920 $30,320 $22,820 - 39,990 11% 55%
70 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 850 $51,190 $32,830 - 76,310 18% 56%
71 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 840 $63,090 $42,380 - 91,770 25% 93%
72 Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 830 $50,780 $35,170 - 66,800 11% 58%
73 Public relations managers 790 $92,660 $42,720 - 155,810 17% 75%
74 Producers and directors 790 $82,050 $32,010 - 11% 75%
75 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 790 $38,870 $26,910 - 53,100 15% 51%
76 Speech-language pathologists 780 $64,320 $45,360 - 84,360 11% 98%
77 Health educators 780 $52,000 $30,990 - 74,690 26% 58%
78 Medical and public health social workers 760 $54,680 $32,400 - 78,860 24% 77%
79 Purchasing managers 750 $86,970 $53,090 - 127,260 3% 57%
80 Human resources managers, all other 720 $100,270 $61,130 - 152,340 11% 58%
81 Interior designers 720 $52,810 $28,070 - 78,340 20% 55%
82 Education administrators, postsecondary 680 $80,800 $35,760 - 133,840 14% 78%
83 Personal financial advisors 670 $75,690 $37,970 - 119,960 41% 81%
84 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 670 $71,290 $37,290 - 108,690 16% 99%
85 Occupational therapists 670 $62,580 $39,730 - 81,550 23% 90%
86 Editors 670 $54,550 $30,460 - 88,950 2% 81%
87 Instructional coordinators 640 $64,400 $37,340 - 95,920 23% 79%
88 Natural sciences managers 600 $108,890 $68,060 - 151,090 11% 93%
89 Insurance underwriters 590 $61,770 $38,200 - 92,710 6% 53%
90 Dentists, general 570 $171,040 $88,750 - 9% 100%
91 Technical writers 570 $67,410 $40,270 - 93,450 20% 74%
92 Self-enrichment education teachers 560 $44,250 $20,180 - 76,240 23% 54%
93 Veterinarians 550 $75,990 $43,200 - 115,230 35% 100%
94 Community and social service specialists, all other 540 $36,700 $24,190 - 50,860 25% 58%
95 Special education teachers, middle school 530 $53,550 $37,740 - 71,610 16% 87%
96 Environmental engineers 490 $69,480 $47,600 - 98,930 25% 86%
97 Advertising and promotions managers 450 $111,830 $45,120 - 6% 76%
98 Physician assistants 450 $96,590 $68,770 - 131,140 27% 67%
99 Materials engineers 450 $80,030 $53,880 - 110,000 4% 77%
100 Biological scientists, all other 450 $70,240 $39,160 - 103,680 4% 95%

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 36,860 $27,410 $17,540 - 40,580 12% 25%
2 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 22,590 $19,670 $17,050 - 23,800 18% 5%
3 Office clerks, general 21,100 $29,600 $19,370 - 41,390 13% 19%
4 Cashiers 20,800 $22,380 $17,150 - 34,020 -3% 10%
5 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 15,880 $26,210 $17,840 - 38,990 2% 5%
6 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 15,740 $35,600 $25,180 - 49,170 13% 16%
7 Customer service representatives 15,620 $32,040 $21,190 - 46,490 25% 22%
8 Waiters and waitresses 15,130 $23,020 $17,140 - 35,990 11% 14%
9 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 13,570 $40,160 $27,920 - 53,590 10% 4%
10 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 13,530 $24,920 $17,990 - 34,330 15% 4%
11 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 12,600 $32,770 $22,340 - 44,700 1% 18%
12 General and operations managers 12,260 $111,070 $51,390 - 2% 48%
13 Carpenters 11,500 $43,170 $25,640 - 66,510 10% 6%
14 Teacher assistants 10,840 $27,860 $19,640 - 37,170 10% 18%
15 Stock clerks and order fillers 10,560 $26,750 $17,920 - 39,810 -8% 8%
16 Business operations specialists, all other 9,510 $58,510 $34,470 - 91,280 21% 49%
17 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 9,270 $50,630 $32,170 - 75,700 6% 29%
18 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 8,910 $42,640 $29,110 - 57,830 15% 18%
19 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 8,650 $42,350 $25,260 - 64,730 4% 25%
20 Cooks, restaurant 8,590 $23,440 $18,500 - 29,780 12% 5%
21 Receptionists and information clerks 8,410 $26,510 $18,660 - 35,750 17% 13%
22 Maintenance and repair workers, general 7,410 $37,820 $22,950 - 54,830 10% 6%
23 Construction laborers 7,350 $34,970 $21,880 - 51,780 11% 5%
24 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 7,080 $28,090 $20,750 - 38,260 -27% 6%
25 Office and administrative support workers, all other 6,700 $30,440 $18,680 - 45,330 -9% 32%
26 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 6,570 $26,060 $18,240 - 37,810 18% 6%
27 Food preparation workers 6,280 $22,440 $17,450 - 30,300 15% 7%
28 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 6,200 $28,190 $20,640 - 37,490 18% 7%
29 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 6,130 $31,170 $21,150 - 44,150 4% 6%
30 Industrial truck and tractor operators 6,010 $33,840 $21,870 - 48,970 -2% 2%
31 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 5,740 $33,960 $22,100 - 49,640 11% 14%
32 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 5,670 $33,050 $20,990 - 51,780 8% 4%
33 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 5,590 $20,100 $17,260 - 24,600 10% 8%
34 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 5,360 $21,180 $17,370 - 27,730 13% 5%
35 Home health aides 5,250 $21,490 $17,430 - 26,510 49% 7%
36 Bartenders 5,240 $22,130 $17,170 - 32,190 11% 17%
37 Team assemblers 5,220 $28,540 $19,380 - 39,810 0% 5%
38 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 5,180 $55,190 $31,790 - 82,280 -5% 15%
39 Sales representatives, services, all other 5,130 $52,230 $25,000 - 86,130 28% 48%
40 Computer support specialists 5,120 $44,710 $25,560 - 66,330 13% 43%
41 Security guards 5,100 $25,800 $18,310 - 37,600 17% 13%
42 Medical secretaries 5,000 $34,820 $24,020 - 47,700 17% 18%
43 Electricians 4,700 $61,960 $35,320 - 82,100 7% 7%
44 Packers and packagers, hand 4,580 $21,430 $17,040 - 32,390 -12% 3%
45 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 4,360 $65,900 $39,990 - 96,610 9% 10%
46 Medical assistants 4,360 $32,880 $26,210 - 40,810 35% 10%
47 Driver/sales workers 4,260 $30,460 $19,690 - 46,650 -5% 4%
48 Production workers, all other 4,230 $25,210 $17,500 - 38,300 2% 5%
49 Semiconductor processors 4,160 $31,830 $20,900 - 43,530 -13% 5%
50 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 4,000 $40,240 $23,190 - 60,620 14% 4%
51 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 3,960 $37,500 $25,960 - 49,950 5% 2%
52 Assemblers and fabricators, all other 3,880 $32,250 $18,580 - 51,180 -9% 5%
53 Bill and account collectors 3,820 $33,590 $23,540 - 44,760 23% 13%
54 Tellers 3,820 $25,590 $20,230 - 32,750 14% 16%
55 All other information and record clerks 3,760 $30,320 $19,300 - 44,360 -13% 21%
56 Dishwashers 3,740 $19,070 $17,050 - 21,350 10% 3%
57 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 3,540 $32,940 $23,750 - 42,370 4% 15%
58 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 3,520 $62,810 $36,910 - 89,520 11% 4%
59 Preschool teachers, except special education 3,520 $25,490 $17,930 - 36,120 26% 43%
60 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 3,480 $36,730 $21,280 - 52,850 -7% 14%
61 Loan officers 3,390 $66,810 $33,030 - 108,780 12% 49%
62 Counter and rental clerks 3,380 $27,130 $17,360 - 43,560 23% 16%
63 Personal and home care aides 3,360 $21,690 $17,680 - 25,600 51% 10%
64 Cooks, fast food 3,230 $19,510 $17,080 - 23,640 8% 5%
65 Physicians and surgeons, all other 3,180 $157,970 $46,680 - 0% 0%
66 Service station attendants 3,140 $19,930 $16,990 - 24,310 13% 6%
67 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 3,060 $63,910 $40,060 - 91,420 7% 13%
68 Painters, construction and maintenance 3,060 $34,250 $23,070 - 49,050 12% 6%
69 Loan interviewers and clerks 3,000 $35,410 $24,860 - 49,440 -1% 24%
70 Machinists 2,940 $42,470 $26,540 - 61,180 -3% 3%
71 Bus drivers, school 2,940 $31,570 $24,290 - 39,130 9% 4%
72 Dental assistants 2,930 $37,950 $29,280 - 48,840 29% 9%
73 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 2,850 $74,920 $25,780 - 133,430 4% 38%
74 Helpers--production workers 2,850 $26,020 $17,980 - 37,630 -1% 4%
75 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 2,780 $23,190 $17,320 - 32,720 14% 3%
76 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 2,770 $61,000 $44,310 - 79,180 11% 33%
77 Cost estimators 2,760 $64,370 $36,230 - 98,060 19% 32%
78 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 2,740 $20,390 $17,090 - 27,700 12% 6%
79 Child care workers 2,680 $21,230 $17,260 - 27,740 18% 15%
80 Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 2,670 $57,220 $37,260 - 80,530 9% 47%
81 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 2,670 $54,800 $36,040 - 78,830 0% 42%
82 Industrial machinery mechanics 2,530 $51,690 $34,470 - 73,970 9% 5%
83 Insurance sales agents 2,490 $59,580 $27,000 - 96,790 13% 45%
84 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 2,460 $44,230 $32,860 - 58,420 12% 3%
85 Pharmacy technicians 2,440 $33,710 $24,320 - 41,320 32% 16%
86 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 2,440 $25,550 $18,290 - 33,240 11% 5%
87 Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 2,400 $53,690 $34,930 - 76,300 4% 18%
88 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 2,370 $42,770 $28,380 - 60,170 4% 30%
89 Postal service mail carriers 2,320 $0 $ - 1% 11%
90 Telemarketers 2,270 $26,080 $17,530 - 37,950 -10% 14%
91 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 2,270 $19,710 $17,190 - 23,950 10% 17%
92 Legal secretaries 2,260 $43,420 $26,390 - 61,180 12% 18%
93 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 2,200 $52,560 $34,050 - 70,990 8% 3%
94 Machine feeders and offbearers 2,180 $24,670 $17,790 - 35,720 -15% 0%
95 Dental hygienists 2,120 $77,600 $67,590 - 94,150 30% 33%
96 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 2,110 $55,210 $31,260 - 83,580 10% 17%
97 Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 2,100 $49,950 $31,710 - 73,170 -0% 36%
98 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 2,090 $38,330 $28,070 - 49,890 -1% 22%
99 Construction managers 2,020 $90,900 $53,500 - 137,200 16% 29%
100 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 1,990 $26,680 $17,580 - 42,770 12% 6%
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Jobs More Common Near Portland Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Hoist and winch operators 44,330 100 40
Semiconductor processors 31,830 4,160 25
Logging workers, all other 34,500 200 24.2
Zoologists and wildlife biologists 65,680 930 13.5
Religious workers, all other 37,020 180 10.8
Directors, religious activities and education 35,290 960 10.5
Tank car, truck, and ship loaders 57,350 280 8.7
Power distributors and dispatchers 82,340 200 8.5
Foresters 66,630 140 7.8
Soil and plant scientists 63,370 220 7.5
Foundry mold and coremakers 30,100 330 6.8
Etchers and engravers 30,820 240 6.8
Woodworkers, all other 25,140 180 6.5
Precision instrument and equipment repairers, all other 54,020 260 6.2
Service station attendants 19,930 3,140 6.2
Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators and tenders 28,650 340 6.1
Clergy 46,790 1,840 6
Logging equipment operators 42,300 310 5.8
Music directors and composers 35,960 290 5.7
Entertainers and performers, sports and related workers, all other 0 250 5.6
Coil winders, tapers, and finishers 27,730 470 5.6
Cartographers and photogrammetrists 53,630 350 5.4
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 28,090 7,080 4.4
Recreational vehicle service technicians 35,120 160 4.4
Metal workers and plastic workers, all other 32,660 880 4.4
Tool grinders, filers, and sharpeners 43,360 260 4.2
Forest and conservation technicians 39,220 210 4.2
Administrative law judges, adjudicators, and hearing officers 72,720 180 4
Anesthesiologists 0 580 4
Tapers 47,050 880 3.9
Cleaning, washing, and metal pickling equipment operators and tenders 24,880 270 3.8
Hydrologists 81,290 140 3.8
Urban and regional planners 65,870 970 3.7
Door-to-door sales workers, news and street vendors, and related workers 31,470 110 3.7
Numerical tool and process control programmers 60,110 340 3.6
Audio-visual collections specialists 40,890 110 3.5
Designers, all other 44,590 190 3.4
Office and administrative support workers, all other 30,440 6,700 3.4
Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners 48,860 360 3.4
Material moving workers, all other 38,510 790 3.3
Fine artists, including painters, sculptors, and illustrators 52,230 160 3.3
Carpet installers 41,140 630 3.3
Grounds maintenance workers, all other 35,450 120 3.1
Materials engineers 80,030 450 3.1
Electronic equipment installers and repairers, motor vehicles 29,700 290 3.1
Cutters and trimmers, hand 23,410 360 3.1
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 29,460 540 3.1
Set and exhibit designers 54,820 100 2.9
Interpreters and translators 49,360 720 2.9
Machine feeders and offbearers 24,670 2,180 2.8

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 47,550 1.52 1,210
Reinforcing iron and rebar workers 63,840 1.51 360
Producers and directors 82,050 1.45 790
Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers 49,170 1.42 630
Massage therapists 54,870 1.4 750
Drilling and boring machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 45,010 1.38 160
Helpers--roofers 34,090 1.37 150
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 62,810 1.36 3,520
Tank car, truck, and ship loaders 57,350 1.36 280
Septic tank servicers and sewer pipe cleaners 48,860 1.34 360
Skin care specialists 44,410 1.34 240
Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 45,630 1.34 340
Surveyors 72,890 1.33 300
Tire repairers and changers 31,460 1.33 460
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 40,020 1.33 1,950
Advertising and promotions managers 111,830 1.33 450
Fire fighters 55,690 1.32 1,640
Electricians 61,960 1.32 4,700
Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 41,990 1.32 1,380
First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers 73,000 1.32 180
Coin, vending, and amusement machine servicers and repairers 40,140 1.32 280
Title examiners, abstractors, and searchers 55,070 1.31 400
Security and fire alarm systems installers 48,250 1.3 600
Correctional officers and jailers 49,250 1.3 1,460
Tax preparers 45,800 1.3 250
Computer science teachers, postsecondary 93,600 1.3 180
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 94,740 1.3 3,900
Teachers and instructors, all other 49,200 1.29 4,120
Numerical tool and process control programmers 60,110 1.28 340
Tool grinders, filers, and sharpeners 43,360 1.28 260
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 49,350 1.28 1,530
Brickmasons and blockmasons 58,260 1.28 740
Diagnostic medical sonographers 79,740 1.28 270
Refuse and recyclable material collectors 38,530 1.28 730
Cardiovascular technologists and technicians 61,670 1.27 290
Radio and television announcers 49,700 1.27 110
Conservation scientists 79,060 1.27 120
Surveying and mapping technicians 48,060 1.27 770
Transportation workers, all other 41,480 1.27 430
Logging equipment operators 42,300 1.26 310
Medical equipment repairers 55,210 1.26 320
Photographic processing machine operators 28,000 1.26 170
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 61,000 1.26 2,770
Teacher assistants 27,860 1.25 10,840
Library assistants, clerical 29,940 1.25 1,000
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators 48,470 1.25 620
Medical transcriptionists 40,200 1.25 670
Mental health counselors 50,840 1.25 1,100
Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 44,970 1.25 270
Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters 36,740 1.24 420

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