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Spartanburg Employment

Employment and Industries in the Spartanburg, South Carolina Area

Spartanburg, South Carolina has more than 100 international companies. The city has one of the highest per capita international investment in the nation. Spartanburg includes the headquarters of Extended Stay Hotels, QS/1 Data Systems, Advance America and Denny's. Milliken & Company, one of the world's largest privately held textile and chemical manufacturers has its headquarters and a research facility in Spartanburg. The region's economy also benefits from a BMW manufacturing facility.

The leading employment sectors in Spartanburg are accommodation and food services, construction, textile mills and textile products, educational services, healthcare, manufacturing, social assistance and professional, scientific and technical services.

Management, professional and related occupations (29% of the jobs). Sales and office occupations (22% of the workforce). Production, transportation and material moving jobs (17% of the labor force).

Noteworthy facts about Spartanburg, South Carolina: Adult population holding a bachelor's degree or higher: 26%. Cost of living index in 2008: 83.2. Average salary in 2009: $27,000.

The top job providers in Spartanburg:

  • Spartanburg Regional Health Services District Inc
  • USLC, LLC
  • Black Mary Health Systems LLC
  • RR Donnelley & Sons Company
  • Spartanburg Automotive Steel Inc
  • Tietex International
  • Denny's Holdings, Inc
  • American Fibers and Yarns Company
  • Cemex Construction Materials LP
  • Invista SARL
  • Spartanburg Stainless Products, Inc
  • Walmart Stores, Inc
  • Advantica Restaurant Group Inc
  • JM Smith Corporation
  • Security Finance Corporation of Spartanburg
  • Synalloy Corporation
  • Southern States Packaging Company, Inv
  • Metromont Materials Corp

Some of the most popular jobs in Spartanburg where the majority of the workers are college graduates include registered nurses, teachers, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives, industrial engineers, sales managers, computer programmers, financial managers, and computer systems analysts.

Spartanburg businesses have access to helpful organizations such as:

Those interested in staying current with Spartanburg business activities may want to visit the GoUpstate.com.

Most Popular Jobs in Spartanburg, South Carolina 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 2,440 $56,420 $41,950 - 74,540 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,760 $44,930 $30,860 - 62,110 14% 95%
3 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,200 $70,020 $32,620 - 122,010 8% 51%
4 Accountants and auditors 1,070 $58,730 $34,930 - 88,810 18% 79%
5 Industrial engineers 550 $70,780 $45,950 - 103,500 20% 74%
6 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 530 $47,550 $35,140 - 64,090 11% 95%
7 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 520 $50,090 $35,240 - 66,830 6% 96%
8 Chief executives 490 $167,390 $78,630 - 2% 65%
9 Sales managers 420 $100,400 $55,020 - 155,820 10% 69%
10 Computer programmers 400 $73,360 $45,280 - 107,740 -4% 73%
11 Financial managers 370 $92,680 $50,360 - 141,070 13% 60%
12 Computer systems analysts 300 $76,580 $48,570 - 109,350 29% 68%
13 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 280 $54,900 $24,900 - 93,230 12% 51%
14 Mechanical engineers 270 $68,320 $52,880 - 86,730 4% 78%
15 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 260 $42,380 $25,360 - 62,700 20% 87%
16 Lawyers 240 $125,990 $49,540 - 11% 99%
17 Pharmacists 240 $105,100 $74,460 - 132,070 22% 97%
18 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 240 $44,720 $22,480 - 65,690 13% 73%
19 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 220 $71,030 $44,890 - 99,190 8% 78%
20 Teachers and instructors, all other 210 $26,030 $17,640 - 39,690 9% 54%
21 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 200 $38,240 $27,900 - 50,970 15% 51%
22 Physical therapists 180 $67,610 $44,030 - 84,010 27% 89%
23 Computer and information systems managers 170 $91,070 $64,550 - 130,400 16% 73%
24 Network and computer systems administrators 170 $60,440 $37,300 - 92,830 27% 50%
25 Marketing managers 160 $113,040 $46,380 - 14% 69%
26 Engineering managers 160 $90,610 $66,430 - 119,540 7% 84%
27 Management analysts 150 $75,640 $27,410 - 22% 78%
28 Librarians 150 $51,130 $35,070 - 65,450 4% 85%
29 Child, family, and school social workers 150 $35,320 $23,100 - 49,500 19% 77%
30 Social and human service assistants 150 $26,540 $15,020 - 37,420 34% 58%
31 Coaches and scouts 140 $36,930 $16,500 - 62,100 15% 60%
32 Computer software engineers, systems software 120 $62,600 $37,230 - 86,050 28% 85%
33 Graphic designers 120 $44,590 $27,860 - 70,320 10% 55%
34 Medical and health services managers 110 $103,020 $50,430 - 16% 57%
35 Chemical engineers 110 $85,540 $63,350 - 110,090 8% 91%
36 Computer software engineers, applications 110 $65,550 $39,810 - 92,740 45% 85%
37 Network systems and data communications analysts 110 $58,850 $42,790 - 84,470 53% 57%
38 Public relations specialists 110 $47,440 $22,260 - 78,750 18% 81%
39 Civil engineers 100 $61,570 $43,740 - 88,400 18% 87%
40 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 100 $48,760 $33,330 - 67,720 17% 56%
41 Advertising sales agents 100 $47,020 $25,090 - 91,820 20% 56%
42 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 100 $46,290 $27,720 - 75,930 5% 58%
43 Self-enrichment education teachers 100 $39,390 $21,090 - 61,280 23% 54%
44 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 90 $35,010 $22,640 - 55,290 12% 51%
45 Operations research analysts 80 $117,720 $72,840 - 11% 71%
46 Purchasing managers 80 $100,740 $66,760 - 136,660 3% 57%
47 Education administrators, all other 80 $63,530 $37,670 - 89,100 13% 78%
48 Special education teachers, secondary school 80 $53,260 $36,190 - 69,040 9% 87%
49 Training and development specialists 80 $53,120 $26,670 - 88,820 18% 56%
50 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 80 $37,280 $24,220 - 51,880 18% 56%
51 Sales and related workers, all other 80 $25,630 $13,240 - 50,310 14% 62%
52 Occupational therapists 70 $61,470 $39,510 - 81,230 23% 90%
53 Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program 70 $54,980 $33,890 - 90,320 24% 78%
54 Special education teachers, middle school 70 $48,250 $34,630 - 63,930 16% 87%
55 Market research analysts 60 $91,130 $44,710 - 134,200 20% 82%
56 Managers, all other 60 $82,810 $33,360 - 132,050 7% 55%
57 Architects, except landscape and naval 60 $78,040 $58,330 - 101,630 18% 88%
58 Personal financial advisors 60 $68,720 $43,920 - 110,430 41% 81%
59 Speech-language pathologists 60 $51,550 $37,260 - 66,240 11% 98%
60 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 60 $50,510 $37,620 - 66,410 -5% 96%
61 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 60 $49,180 $29,200 - 86,250 18% 56%
62 Legislators 60 $14,480 $12,870 - 16,340 1% 65%
63 Instructional coordinators 50 $65,210 $39,730 - 100,080 23% 79%
64 Electrical engineers 50 $63,300 $45,580 - 89,030 6% 81%
65 Commercial pilots 50 $62,010 $35,100 - 96,480 13% 74%
66 Chemists 50 $57,540 $37,120 - 86,760 9% 93%
67 Medical and public health social workers 50 $52,050 $31,580 - 93,980 24% 77%
68 Editors 50 $45,360 $28,010 - 65,000 2% 81%
69 Producers and directors 50 $43,470 $28,350 - 60,230 11% 75%
70 Dietitians and nutritionists 50 $40,760 $19,820 - 63,700 9% 72%
71 Surveyors 50 $39,500 $23,270 - 62,220 24% 82%
72 Training and development managers 50 $0 $ - 16% 58%
73 Education administrators, postsecondary 50 $0 $ - 14% 78%
74 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 40 $86,060 $40,670 - 152,080 16% 99%
75 Credit analysts 40 $72,000 $39,340 - 138,430 2% 60%
76 Public relations managers 40 $68,500 $42,580 - 96,860 17% 75%
77 Social and community service managers 40 $65,550 $43,620 - 108,820 25% 72%
78 Reporters and correspondents 40 $40,570 $26,990 - 56,630 1% 85%
79 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 40 $32,950 $27,400 - 43,230 30% 77%
80 Human resources managers, all other 30 $95,590 $62,560 - 139,490 11% 58%
81 Postmasters and mail superintendents 30 $59,530 $42,220 - 78,210 -1% 55%
82 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 30 $58,410 $41,410 - 76,740 14% 54%
83 Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates 30 $53,670 $22,960 - 110,820 5% 99%
84 Occupational health and safety specialists 30 $42,410 $27,850 - 71,210 8% 72%
85 Detectives and criminal investigators 30 $37,560 $33,610 - 41,280 17% 54%
86 Floral designers 30 $20,380 $13,730 - 28,530 -9% 55%

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 Team assemblers 6,230 $47,070 $23,580 - 63,970 0% 5%
2 Cashiers 3,790 $17,700 $13,230 - 23,480 -3% 10%
3 Retail salespersons 3,360 $24,180 $14,590 - 39,400 12% 25%
4 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 2,910 $23,950 $16,030 - 32,420 2% 5%
5 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 2,750 $35,030 $21,460 - 53,510 10% 4%
6 Office clerks, general 2,540 $22,650 $13,990 - 32,510 13% 19%
7 Waiters and waitresses 2,400 $16,260 $12,870 - 20,910 11% 14%
8 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 2,080 $15,570 $12,870 - 19,580 18% 5%
9 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,020 $20,490 $14,050 - 29,030 15% 4%
10 Customer service representatives 1,980 $29,330 $17,530 - 43,890 25% 22%
11 Helpers--production workers 1,810 $21,810 $14,560 - 30,770 -1% 4%
12 General and operations managers 1,680 $93,270 $43,480 - 2% 48%
13 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,680 $35,020 $22,650 - 48,920 10% 6%
14 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,590 $22,640 $15,140 - 32,000 -8% 8%
15 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,550 $29,580 $20,740 - 39,720 1% 18%
16 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,540 $22,830 $17,690 - 28,760 18% 7%
17 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,440 $29,940 $19,600 - 43,530 13% 16%
18 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,340 $52,570 $31,980 - 76,170 -5% 15%
19 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 1,200 $30,730 $20,510 - 44,090 -7% 14%
20 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,180 $42,050 $25,250 - 63,470 6% 29%
21 Teacher assistants 1,110 $17,630 $13,350 - 23,100 10% 18%
22 Industrial truck and tractor operators 1,010 $27,650 $20,150 - 35,830 -2% 2%
23 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 980 $41,620 $21,760 - 64,770 4% 25%
24 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 930 $21,540 $15,250 - 30,320 18% 6%
25 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 930 $19,680 $13,880 - 25,880 13% 5%
26 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 890 $31,010 $17,040 - 56,020 8% 4%
27 Cooks, restaurant 890 $20,040 $14,360 - 26,530 12% 5%
28 Food preparation workers 890 $18,510 $13,600 - 24,040 15% 7%
29 Industrial machinery mechanics 840 $47,840 $32,170 - 63,560 9% 5%
30 Packers and packagers, hand 840 $17,260 $13,110 - 24,230 -12% 3%
31 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 810 $28,890 $18,250 - 41,340 4% 6%
32 Machinists 740 $33,660 $19,690 - 47,700 -3% 3%
33 Receptionists and information clerks 740 $26,750 $19,470 - 37,510 17% 13%
34 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 710 $35,260 $25,130 - 49,520 5% 2%
35 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 690 $38,860 $27,270 - 53,620 15% 18%
36 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 690 $35,010 $27,330 - 42,720 14% 7%
37 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 670 $35,300 $21,040 - 56,930 11% 14%
38 Cooks, fast food 660 $14,920 $12,830 - 17,960 8% 5%
39 Carpenters 590 $31,480 $22,750 - 41,570 10% 6%
40 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 580 $52,430 $34,190 - 77,330 9% 10%
41 Home health aides 580 $18,180 $14,710 - 20,930 49% 7%
42 Tellers 570 $24,190 $18,110 - 31,330 14% 16%
43 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 550 $33,070 $16,880 - 60,200 14% 4%
44 Child care workers 540 $17,710 $13,130 - 24,500 18% 15%
45 Electricians 530 $33,890 $25,940 - 46,470 7% 7%
46 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 520 $39,870 $27,510 - 70,220 11% 4%
47 Security guards 510 $24,500 $13,790 - 43,060 17% 13%
48 Textile knitting and weaving machine setters, operators, and tenders 500 $25,000 $15,850 - 32,160 -31% 0%
49 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 490 $52,570 $28,670 - 79,450 7% 13%
50 Construction laborers 480 $23,490 $13,560 - 36,120 11% 5%
51 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 470 $30,660 $22,920 - 40,120 4% 15%
52 Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 450 $34,020 $26,710 - 41,040 -5% 4%
53 Pharmacy technicians 410 $26,260 $18,300 - 34,100 32% 16%
54 Medical secretaries 410 $25,940 $18,040 - 35,430 17% 18%
55 Cooks, short order 410 $16,890 $13,100 - 22,750 5% 5%
56 Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 390 $36,830 $27,750 - 47,120 -3% 6%
57 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 380 $23,510 $13,710 - 38,270 14% 3%
58 Dishwashers 380 $17,430 $13,340 - 22,290 10% 3%
59 Computer support specialists 370 $45,420 $29,300 - 75,040 13% 43%
60 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 370 $17,810 $13,460 - 23,090 10% 17%
61 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 360 $34,680 $27,220 - 44,100 11% 33%
62 First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 350 $40,370 $24,260 - 59,310 13% 17%
63 Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 350 $29,870 $22,420 - 38,590 -15% 0%
64 Bill and account collectors 350 $28,850 $21,220 - 39,860 23% 13%
65 Food batchmakers 350 $23,680 $20,450 - 29,500 11% 5%
66 Counter and rental clerks 350 $21,360 $13,170 - 40,220 23% 16%
67 Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 350 $0 $ - -18% 0%
68 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 340 $40,520 $22,380 - 61,740 4% 30%
69 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 320 $78,020 $37,800 - 117,630 4% 38%
70 Bartenders 320 $16,580 $12,860 - 22,430 11% 17%
71 Fire fighters 310 $27,780 $15,990 - 40,790 12% 18%
72 Postal service mail carriers 300 $0 $ - 1% 11%
73 Extruding and forming machine setters, operators, and tenders, synthetic and glass fibers 290 $36,260 $27,350 - 48,230 -18% 10%
74 Printing machine operators 290 $33,600 $18,660 - 47,780 -6% 6%
75 Administrative services managers 280 $76,780 $32,700 - 128,260 12% 40%
76 Medical assistants 280 $27,520 $21,190 - 35,270 35% 10%
77 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 280 $21,000 $16,040 - 27,900 11% 5%
78 Recreation workers 280 $19,650 $14,610 - 26,630 13% 47%
79 Family and general practitioners 270 $179,730 $111,770 - 0% 0%
80 Chemical plant and system operators 270 $38,280 $33,500 - 46,790 -15% 7%
81 Driver/sales workers 270 $27,190 $13,970 - 47,650 -5% 4%
82 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 260 $51,860 $30,060 - 78,310 0% 42%
83 Kindergarten teachers, except special education 260 $47,880 $34,110 - 63,200 16% 43%
84 Insurance sales agents 260 $42,700 $21,910 - 81,180 13% 45%
85 Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 260 $35,860 $25,050 - 49,480 2% 11%
86 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 260 $26,460 $16,950 - 40,860 -5% 5%
87 Industrial production managers 250 $92,630 $52,900 - 132,170 -6% 43%
88 Chemical technicians 250 $43,140 $28,700 - 54,700 6% 37%
89 Food service managers 240 $45,140 $18,670 - 83,840 5% 24%
90 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 240 $27,340 $16,740 - 42,990 27% 47%
91 Construction managers 230 $86,120 $54,850 - 137,380 16% 29%
92 First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 230 $33,960 $21,580 - 57,160 13% 11%
93 Preschool teachers, except special education 230 $31,650 $13,650 - 55,560 26% 43%
94 Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 230 $28,990 $21,420 - 40,520 -7% 0%
95 Bus drivers, school 230 $23,620 $17,420 - 31,490 9% 4%
96 Sewing machine operators 220 $24,450 $15,280 - 32,210 -27% 5%
97 Helpers--electricians 220 $22,970 $16,090 - 29,950 7% 3%
98 Payroll and timekeeping clerks 210 $33,030 $23,180 - 44,840 3% 18%
99 Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 210 $29,830 $21,430 - 43,210 -13% 0%
100 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 200 $53,270 $29,010 - 82,270 10% 17%
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Jobs More Common Near Spartanburg Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Extruding and forming machine setters, operators, and tenders, synthetic and glass fibers 36,260 290 66.6
Textile knitting and weaving machine setters, operators, and tenders 25,000 500 34.4
Textile cutting machine setters, operators, and tenders 26,140 130 12.6
Chemical plant and system operators 38,280 270 10.8
Textile winding, twisting, and drawing out machine setters, operators, and tenders 23,210 170 10.7
Team assemblers 47,070 6,230 7.2
Food cooking machine operators and tenders 29,800 140 6.5
Food batchmakers 23,680 350 5.2
Paper goods machine setters, operators, and tenders 0 350 5
Helpers--production workers 21,810 1,810 4.8
Chemical technicians 43,140 250 4.7
Chemical engineers 85,540 110 4.7
Lathe and turning machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 33,030 170 4.4
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 34,020 450 4.3
Chemical equipment operators and tenders 36,000 130 4.2
Millwrights 36,400 100 3.9
Industrial machinery mechanics 47,840 840 3.8
Crane and tower operators 35,900 100 3.8
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 28,990 230 3.8
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 36,830 390 3.7
Mathematical science teachers, postsecondary 56,410 100 3.5
Family and general practitioners 179,730 270 3.3
Cooks, short order 16,890 410 3.2
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 30,730 1,200 3.1
Industrial engineers 70,780 550 3.1
Tool and die makers 41,410 190 2.9
Tire repairers and changers 20,310 200 2.7
Bindery workers 37,830 130 2.7
Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary 39,620 140 2.7
Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 28,130 110 2.7
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 52,570 1,340 2.5
Pipelayers 29,720 100 2.5
Helpers--electricians 22,970 220 2.4
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 35,260 710 2.4
Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders 31,760 170 2.4
Machine feeders and offbearers 22,750 200 2.3
Machinists 33,660 740 2.2
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 40,370 350 2.2
Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 29,830 210 2.1
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 35,030 2,750 2
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 44,390 200 2
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 33,520 130 2
Industrial truck and tractor operators 27,650 1,010 2
Industrial production managers 92,630 250 2
Chief executives 167,390 490 1.9
Sewing machine operators 24,450 220 1.9
Kindergarten teachers, except special education 47,880 260 1.9
Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 29,870 350 1.9
Electrical and electronics repairers, commercial and industrial equipment 41,650 110 1.8
Couriers and messengers 17,090 150 1.8

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Spartanburg, South Carolina Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Team assemblers 47,070 1.72 6,230
Bindery workers 37,830 1.34 130
Preschool teachers, except special education 31,650 1.24 230
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 70,020 1.24 1,200
Lawyers 125,990 1.23 240
Food cooking machine operators and tenders 29,800 1.23 140
Medical and health services managers 103,020 1.22 110
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 35,300 1.17 670
Computer programmers 73,360 1.14 400
Order clerks 31,800 1.13 110
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 23,510 1.12 380
Receptionists and information clerks 26,750 1.12 740
First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 78,020 1.12 320
Computer systems analysts 76,580 1.11 300
Chief executives 167,390 1.11 490
Marketing managers 113,040 1.11 160
Graphic designers 44,590 1.11 120
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 33,520 1.1 130
Extruding and forming machine setters, operators, and tenders, synthetic and glass fibers 36,260 1.1 290
Family and general practitioners 179,730 1.09 270
Parts salespersons 33,250 1.09 180
Sewing machine operators 24,450 1.09 220
Computer support specialists 45,420 1.08 370
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 41,620 1.08 980
Industrial machinery mechanics 47,840 1.08 840
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 38,240 1.07 200
Truck drivers, light or delivery services 31,010 1.07 890
Coating, painting, and spraying machine setters, operators, and tenders 31,760 1.07 170
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 36,830 1.06 390
Textile cutting machine setters, operators, and tenders 26,140 1.06 130
Administrative services managers 76,780 1.05 280
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 34,020 1.05 450
Industrial production managers 92,630 1.05 250
Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 22,560 1.04 150
Driver/sales workers 27,190 1.04 270
Coaches and scouts 36,930 1.03 140
Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 25,610 1.03 180
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 44,390 1.03 200
Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 35,860 1.03 260
Chemical technicians 43,140 1.03 250
Management analysts 75,640 1.03 150
Maids and housekeeping cleaners 19,680 1.03 930
Printing machine operators 33,600 1.03 290
First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 53,270 1.03 200
Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 29,870 1.03 350
Construction managers 86,120 1.02 230
Tellers 24,190 1.02 570
Sales managers 100,400 1.02 420
Maintenance and repair workers, general 35,020 1.02 1,680
Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 29,830 1.02 210

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