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Lancaster Employment

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

Most Popular Jobs in Lancaster, Pennsylvania 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 4,010 $57,660 $26,060 - 97,270 8% 51%
2 Registered nurses 3,950 $62,560 $42,470 - 84,760 24% 56%
3 Elementary school teachers, except special education 2,510 $56,280 $34,070 - 82,200 14% 95%
4 Accountants and auditors 1,650 $59,050 $33,240 - 88,680 18% 79%
5 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,440 $55,900 $36,740 - 80,450 6% 96%
6 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,020 $55,840 $35,680 - 81,280 11% 95%
7 Social and human service assistants 750 $26,590 $18,860 - 33,580 34% 58%
8 Chief executives 680 $144,840 $68,060 - 2% 65%
9 Financial managers 580 $85,430 $44,800 - 131,340 13% 60%
10 Sales managers 510 $106,530 $49,820 - 10% 69%
11 Civil engineers 460 $71,980 $45,310 - 105,570 18% 87%
12 Computer programmers 450 $60,480 $37,220 - 82,170 -4% 73%
13 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 430 $67,310 $31,320 - 103,710 12% 51%
14 Network and computer systems administrators 430 $63,490 $38,530 - 97,600 27% 50%
15 Medical and public health social workers 430 $41,550 $28,870 - 56,310 24% 77%
16 Market research analysts 420 $56,430 $32,790 - 94,820 20% 82%
17 Advertising sales agents 420 $51,380 $25,840 - 104,230 20% 56%
18 Graphic designers 420 $44,960 $25,900 - 84,670 10% 55%
19 Industrial engineers 400 $69,050 $46,600 - 96,720 20% 74%
20 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 400 $52,900 $37,330 - 73,990 20% 87%
21 Child, family, and school social workers 400 $31,850 $20,870 - 46,960 19% 77%
22 Computer systems analysts 390 $63,160 $41,300 - 89,020 29% 68%
23 Chemists 380 $48,690 $29,490 - 73,810 9% 93%
24 Management analysts 370 $62,440 $31,200 - 105,410 22% 78%
25 Lawyers 350 $93,350 $28,820 - 11% 99%
26 Medical and health services managers 350 $76,400 $43,900 - 111,280 16% 57%
27 Pharmacists 310 $95,810 $65,590 - 124,010 22% 97%
28 Public relations specialists 310 $52,700 $30,790 - 79,680 18% 81%
29 Mental health counselors 310 $39,170 $24,480 - 59,360 30% 73%
30 Computer and information systems managers 290 $98,940 $59,570 - 141,620 16% 73%
31 Physical therapists 290 $79,850 $49,260 - 119,790 27% 89%
32 Training and development specialists 290 $46,800 $26,830 - 74,940 18% 56%
33 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 280 $65,210 $38,700 - 97,150 16% 99%
34 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 280 $52,020 $30,670 - 79,490 13% 73%
35 Computer software engineers, applications 260 $75,500 $38,800 - 115,000 45% 85%
36 Coaches and scouts 260 $25,760 $15,380 - 53,550 15% 60%
37 Special education teachers, secondary school 250 $54,320 $37,060 - 77,910 9% 87%
38 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 250 $49,770 $29,040 - 69,440 12% 51%
39 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 250 $43,920 $32,100 - 62,680 18% 56%
40 Mechanical engineers 240 $71,580 $50,110 - 102,970 4% 78%
41 Insurance underwriters 240 $56,120 $35,320 - 83,880 6% 53%
42 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 240 $41,820 $25,610 - 66,610 15% 51%
43 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 230 $82,610 $62,360 - 105,870 8% 78%
44 Self-enrichment education teachers 230 $40,560 $21,550 - 61,730 23% 54%
45 Personal financial advisors 230 $0 $ - 41% 81%
46 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 220 $51,320 $33,260 - 72,680 17% 56%
47 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 220 $50,190 $30,480 - 78,800 18% 56%
48 Special education teachers, middle school 200 $53,130 $36,470 - 77,520 16% 87%
49 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 190 $90,190 $32,100 - 25% 67%
50 Network systems and data communications analysts 180 $70,020 $36,430 - 110,040 53% 57%
51 Social and community service managers 180 $55,990 $34,370 - 88,040 25% 72%
52 Librarians 170 $58,930 $42,020 - 79,790 4% 85%
53 Education administrators, postsecondary 160 $82,990 $43,130 - 148,080 14% 78%
54 Architects, except landscape and naval 160 $79,200 $49,740 - 120,980 18% 88%
55 Occupational therapists 160 $64,250 $42,040 - 91,310 23% 90%
56 Speech-language pathologists 150 $63,840 $44,590 - 87,510 11% 98%
57 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 150 $31,720 $22,320 - 43,810 34% 73%
58 Marketing managers 140 $99,370 $46,200 - 162,340 14% 69%
59 Engineering managers 140 $94,930 $64,660 - 128,990 7% 84%
60 Rehabilitation counselors 140 $34,610 $22,390 - 49,900 23% 73%
61 Computer software engineers, systems software 130 $76,700 $49,950 - 109,830 28% 85%
62 Financial analysts 130 $60,340 $36,540 - 85,830 34% 87%
63 Editors 130 $50,080 $31,780 - 75,840 2% 81%
64 Interior designers 130 $42,060 $23,970 - 47,980 20% 55%
65 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 120 $41,860 $27,370 - 64,250 30% 77%
66 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 120 $38,020 $22,730 - 55,490 24% 78%
67 Dentists, general 120 $0 $ - 9% 100%
68 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 110 $47,490 $32,890 - 65,970 5% 58%
69 Dietitians and nutritionists 110 $41,730 $24,170 - 63,030 9% 72%
70 Sales and related workers, all other 110 $38,150 $21,230 - 66,360 14% 62%
71 Compensation and benefits managers 100 $93,790 $56,360 - 136,780 12% 58%
72 Managers, all other 100 $74,380 $43,930 - 106,740 7% 55%
73 Physician assistants 100 $72,880 $53,750 - 95,680 27% 67%
74 Surveyors 100 $51,400 $38,900 - 73,480 24% 82%
75 Producers and directors 100 $44,580 $21,500 - 68,160 11% 75%
76 Advertising and promotions managers 90 $83,570 $39,010 - 149,760 6% 76%
77 Purchasing managers 90 $81,180 $47,450 - 112,440 3% 57%
78 Sales engineers 90 $76,880 $49,980 - 105,720 9% 79%
79 Veterinarians 90 $76,530 $41,920 - 100,600 35% 100%
80 Electronics engineers, except computer 90 $71,190 $42,720 - 104,440 4% 81%
81 Detectives and criminal investigators 90 $60,930 $54,500 - 68,170 17% 54%
82 Legislators 90 $41,590 $15,390 - 77,220 1% 65%
83 Floral designers 90 $23,530 $16,360 - 32,470 -9% 55%
84 Database administrators 80 $58,780 $41,700 - 84,320 29% 72%
85 Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors 80 $56,900 $29,920 - 95,360 10% 74%
86 Health educators 80 $48,960 $35,170 - 65,150 26% 58%
87 Clergy 70 $45,490 $28,850 - 61,150 19% 75%
88 Chiropractors 60 $77,870 $55,220 - 87,760 14% 98%
89 Operations research analysts 60 $72,030 $45,020 - 99,770 11% 71%
90 Electrical engineers 60 $71,750 $46,100 - 104,230 6% 81%
91 Landscape architects 60 $62,930 $31,830 - 94,830 16% 88%
92 Postmasters and mail superintendents 60 $61,650 $44,310 - 79,180 -1% 55%
93 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 60 $52,480 $26,320 - 95,720 15% 72%
94 Optometrists 50 $109,450 $49,570 - 11% 100%
95 Human resources managers, all other 50 $77,170 $53,480 - 113,610 11% 58%
96 Environmental engineers 50 $67,170 $43,300 - 99,500 25% 86%
97 Chemical engineers 50 $65,090 $52,830 - 87,540 8% 91%
98 Writers and authors 50 $46,220 $26,500 - 73,890 13% 84%
99 Public relations managers 40 $82,030 $47,900 - 131,140 17% 75%
100 Training and development managers 40 $65,570 $32,380 - 96,110 16% 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 9,490 $25,780 $15,820 - 41,270 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 6,680 $18,270 $15,240 - 23,440 -3% 10%
3 Office clerks, general 5,670 $27,430 $16,460 - 40,180 13% 19%
4 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 4,370 $27,660 $18,390 - 40,050 2% 5%
5 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 4,360 $41,250 $28,250 - 59,120 10% 4%
6 Waiters and waitresses 4,140 $20,260 $15,330 - 30,770 11% 14%
7 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,720 $18,850 $15,310 - 24,300 18% 5%
8 Packers and packagers, hand 3,500 $20,560 $15,660 - 28,250 -12% 3%
9 Stock clerks and order fillers 3,490 $21,770 $15,820 - 30,490 -8% 8%
10 Customer service representatives 3,270 $31,750 $20,060 - 48,720 25% 22%
11 Carpenters 3,210 $38,060 $26,950 - 54,590 10% 6%
12 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 3,190 $24,240 $16,460 - 33,380 15% 4%
13 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 3,150 $28,150 $17,370 - 39,870 1% 18%
14 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 3,130 $26,680 $21,190 - 33,060 18% 7%
15 Team assemblers 3,110 $30,820 $21,070 - 45,050 0% 5%
16 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 3,060 $32,640 $21,580 - 47,490 13% 16%
17 Maintenance and repair workers, general 2,590 $36,460 $22,710 - 52,090 10% 6%
18 Receptionists and information clerks 2,350 $25,000 $17,380 - 33,740 17% 13%
19 Helpers--production workers 2,150 $23,360 $15,710 - 33,540 -1% 4%
20 Teacher assistants 1,950 $21,150 $16,200 - 25,720 10% 18%
21 Driver/sales workers 1,940 $28,650 $15,680 - 47,190 -5% 4%
22 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,930 $31,530 $21,650 - 42,250 -2% 2%
23 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,910 $29,330 $18,960 - 41,850 8% 4%
24 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,880 $49,920 $30,100 - 73,250 -5% 15%
25 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,830 $38,860 $29,220 - 50,290 14% 7%
26 Food preparation workers 1,820 $19,550 $15,690 - 24,700 15% 7%
27 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,780 $46,850 $28,560 - 70,500 6% 29%
28 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 1,780 $29,820 $20,300 - 41,530 4% 6%
29 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,780 $20,920 $16,800 - 26,510 13% 5%
30 General and operations managers 1,760 $92,950 $44,260 - 154,790 2% 48%
31 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 1,760 $30,440 $17,370 - 48,740 -5% 5%
32 Home health aides 1,720 $20,790 $16,040 - 26,170 49% 7%
33 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,680 $36,900 $24,820 - 49,530 14% 4%
34 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 1,540 $31,580 $21,540 - 43,280 -7% 14%
35 Cooks, short order 1,510 $19,580 $15,580 - 25,220 5% 5%
36 Construction laborers 1,480 $32,000 $23,240 - 42,570 11% 5%
37 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 1,470 $23,050 $17,770 - 29,200 14% 3%
38 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,350 $31,710 $19,350 - 45,770 11% 14%
39 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,340 $36,190 $23,820 - 51,410 15% 18%
40 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,300 $47,400 $25,820 - 80,180 4% 25%
41 Tellers 1,300 $22,800 $17,610 - 29,360 14% 16%
42 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,250 $25,560 $15,620 - 37,620 18% 6%
43 Printing machine operators 1,220 $36,980 $22,340 - 54,030 -6% 6%
44 Bus drivers, school 1,110 $24,220 $17,720 - 31,140 9% 4%
45 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 1,090 $18,300 $15,380 - 23,760 10% 8%
46 Electricians 1,080 $38,850 $27,770 - 51,100 7% 7%
47 Industrial machinery mechanics 1,060 $42,100 $26,980 - 61,470 9% 5%
48 Child care workers 1,010 $19,930 $15,670 - 26,290 18% 15%
49 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 1,000 $57,590 $35,930 - 84,330 9% 10%
50 Machine feeders and offbearers 1,000 $25,710 $17,770 - 32,970 -15% 0%
51 Cooks, restaurant 990 $21,270 $15,830 - 28,010 12% 5%
52 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 970 $28,930 $21,360 - 39,460 4% 15%
53 Dishwashers 940 $18,050 $15,440 - 21,400 10% 3%
54 Medical secretaries 900 $28,220 $21,500 - 39,230 17% 18%
55 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 880 $35,130 $25,400 - 47,710 5% 2%
56 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 880 $22,650 $15,410 - 33,810 12% 6%
57 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 870 $57,410 $41,560 - 69,260 11% 33%
58 Personal and home care aides 830 $24,810 $17,540 - 36,130 51% 10%
59 Cost estimators 780 $57,410 $34,520 - 85,310 19% 32%
60 Machinists 780 $34,620 $20,800 - 48,980 -3% 3%
61 Security guards 760 $29,650 $17,870 - 54,850 17% 13%
62 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 750 $41,490 $29,720 - 53,440 8% 3%
63 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 740 $27,610 $16,700 - 38,720 -27% 6%
64 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 730 $18,890 $15,520 - 24,830 12% 6%
65 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 730 $18,090 $15,340 - 22,430 10% 17%
66 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 710 $41,960 $27,240 - 59,490 4% 30%
67 Cooks, fast food 700 $19,830 $15,730 - 25,430 8% 5%
68 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 690 $41,630 $30,060 - 51,960 11% 4%
69 Bartenders 670 $20,290 $15,400 - 28,900 11% 17%
70 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 660 $61,540 $39,000 - 91,820 7% 13%
71 Counter and rental clerks 660 $25,980 $15,680 - 42,090 23% 16%
72 Food servers, nonrestaurant 640 $19,990 $15,780 - 24,610 16% 9%
73 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 620 $40,740 $29,780 - 53,550 9% 3%
74 Assemblers and fabricators, all other 620 $29,010 $18,960 - 46,590 -9% 5%
75 Medical assistants 620 $27,230 $21,080 - 35,820 35% 10%
76 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 620 $25,150 $20,080 - 32,220 11% 5%
77 Recreation workers 620 $24,720 $15,700 - 38,050 13% 47%
78 Brickmasons and blockmasons 600 $51,000 $31,420 - 65,540 10% 3%
79 Cement masons and concrete finishers 600 $39,340 $26,210 - 52,760 11% 2%
80 Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 600 $33,180 $24,210 - 45,550 3% 4%
81 Bakers 590 $24,650 $16,990 - 31,880 10% 8%
82 Postal service mail carriers 570 $0 $ - 1% 11%
83 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 560 $38,780 $25,110 - 51,350 12% 3%
84 Loan officers 550 $51,380 $33,990 - 69,640 12% 49%
85 Bindery workers 550 $33,740 $18,410 - 50,290 -22% 7%
86 Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 550 $32,890 $25,200 - 40,800 -15% 0%
87 Amusement and recreation attendants 550 $18,410 $15,310 - 23,330 24% 22%
88 Insurance sales agents 540 $58,830 $27,990 - 110,130 13% 45%
89 Computer support specialists 520 $43,060 $28,380 - 61,420 13% 43%
90 Painters, construction and maintenance 520 $31,730 $22,360 - 42,220 12% 6%
91 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 520 $26,860 $16,360 - 35,120 27% 47%
92 Pharmacy technicians 520 $25,680 $17,080 - 34,840 32% 16%
93 Preschool teachers, except special education 520 $24,420 $17,120 - 33,910 26% 43%
94 Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 510 $30,500 $21,550 - 45,920 19% 14%
95 Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 500 $29,950 $17,810 - 47,620 -5% 4%
96 Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 500 $28,820 $20,810 - 38,290 6% 0%
97 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 490 $51,220 $34,400 - 73,360 0% 42%
98 Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 490 $32,990 $22,010 - 41,860 -3% 6%
99 Parts salespersons 480 $32,440 $21,140 - 47,240 -2% 6%
100 Automotive body and related repairers 470 $39,770 $24,420 - 55,120 12% 3%
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Jobs More Common Near Lancaster Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Farm equipment mechanics 39,780 260 14.2
Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators and tenders 35,920 140 11.4
Farmworkers, farm and ranch animals 22,780 240 9.9
Agricultural and food science technicians 29,790 110 8.2
Anesthesiologists 194,870 230 7.1
Tour guides and escorts 20,710 260 6.5
Food cooking machine operators and tenders 24,810 260 6.1
Cooks, short order 19,580 1,510 5.9
Machine feeders and offbearers 25,710 1,000 5.9
Bindery workers 33,740 550 5.8
Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 28,820 500 5.4
Furniture finishers 30,800 130 5.3
Slaughterers and meat packers 23,280 220 5.2
Ophthalmic laboratory technicians 29,930 170 4.4
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 37,080 460 3.8
Printing machine operators 36,980 1,220 3.7
Brickmasons and blockmasons 51,000 600 3.5
Photographic processing machine operators 36,290 240 3.3
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 33,180 600 3.3
Prepress technicians and workers 44,390 320 3.2
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 30,440 1,760 3.2
Job printers 34,060 180 3.1
Driver/sales workers 28,650 1,940 3.1
Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers 23,210 340 3
Helpers--production workers 23,360 2,150 2.8
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 30,740 110 2.8
Packers and packagers, hand 20,560 3,500 2.7
Rolling machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 35,010 110 2.7
Tool and die makers 44,570 350 2.7
Crushing, grinding, and polishing machine setters, operators, and tenders 24,940 120 2.7
Chemists 48,690 380 2.6
Manicurists and pedicurists 19,740 170 2.6
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 23,050 1,470 2.6
Bakers 24,650 590 2.5
Industrial machinery mechanics 42,100 1,060 2.4
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 45,390 250 2.4
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 29,950 500 2.4
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 31,900 310 2.4
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 32,990 490 2.4
Lifeguards, ski patrol, and other recreational protective service workers 18,870 390 2.2
Welding, soldering, and brazing machine setters, operators, and tenders 35,570 130 2.2
Crossing guards 24,240 220 2.2
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 27,610 740 2.1
Carpenters 38,060 3,210 2.1
Medical transcriptionists 31,230 280 2.1
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 31,580 1,540 2
Food servers, nonrestaurant 19,990 640 2
Cost estimators 57,410 780 1.9
Industrial truck and tractor operators 31,530 1,930 1.9
Automotive body and related repairers 39,770 470 1.9

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Lancaster, Pennsylvania Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Photographic processing machine operators 36,290 1.63 240
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 80,320 1.58 290
Food and tobacco roasting, baking, and drying machine operators and tenders 35,920 1.29 140
Photographers 40,700 1.29 170
Prepress technicians and workers 44,390 1.26 320
First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 87,550 1.25 310
Personal and home care aides 24,810 1.24 830
Sheet metal workers 51,590 1.24 430
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 47,400 1.22 1,300
Travel agents 38,240 1.22 150
Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 59,110 1.21 170
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 52,010 1.21 380
Telecommunications line installers and repairers 54,710 1.19 250
Bindery workers 33,740 1.19 550
Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders 35,290 1.19 260
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 37,080 1.19 460
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 57,410 1.18 870
Physicians and surgeons, all other 210,190 1.18 180
Security guards 29,650 1.17 760
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 41,820 1.17 240
Farm equipment mechanics 39,780 1.17 260
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 30,440 1.17 1,760
Sawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, wood 30,740 1.15 110
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 27,660 1.15 4,370
Cooks, fast food 19,830 1.14 700
Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 90,190 1.14 190
Highway maintenance workers 39,860 1.13 270
Elementary school teachers, except special education 56,280 1.13 2,510
Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 32,890 1.13 550
Printing machine operators 36,980 1.13 1,220
Team assemblers 30,820 1.13 3,110
Librarians 58,930 1.12 170
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 43,170 1.12 150
Brickmasons and blockmasons 51,000 1.12 600
First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 58,120 1.12 420
Graphic designers 44,960 1.12 420
Counter and rental clerks 25,980 1.11 660
Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 38,740 1.11 380
Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 26,680 1.11 3,130
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 55,840 1.11 1,020
Opticians, dispensing 37,450 1.1 120
Bill and account collectors 33,880 1.1 470
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 41,250 1.1 4,360
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 23,050 1.1 1,470
Advertising sales agents 51,380 1.1 420
Assemblers and fabricators, all other 29,010 1.1 620
Sales representatives, services, all other 56,770 1.09 410
Driver/sales workers 28,650 1.09 1,940
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 18,850 1.09 3,720
Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 55,900 1.09 1,440

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