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Beaumont Employment

Employment and Industries in the Beaumont, Texas Area

Beaumont is part of the "Golden Triangle" petrochemical and industrial complex. The petrochemical industry is Beaumont's primary economic sector. Rice processing and shipbuilding are significant economic elements for the region. In addition, federal, state and local prisons provide a large number of jobs.

Beaumont's leading job providing segments are healthcare, educational services, construction, accommodation and food services, chemicals, professional, scientific and technical services; and the government. Management, professional and related occupations comprise about 29% of the labor force. Approximately 21% of the labor force is employed in sales and office occupations.

Beaumont's major employers:

  • Cai, LP
  • Exxon Mobil Oil Corporation
  • Christus St. Elizabeth Hospital
  • Baptists Hospitals of Southeast Texas
  • Memorial Hermann Baptist Hospital
  • Beaumont Independent School District
  • City of Beaumont
  • Lamar University
  • Jefferson County
  • ENGlobal Corporation
  • Walmart
  • West Corp
  • Goodyear Tire & Rubber
  • Brock Specialty Services, LTD
  • Federal Prison Industries
  • Ohmstede LTD
  • Helena Laboratories Corporation
  • Texas Department of Transportation
  • United States Postal Service

Some of the most popular jobs in Beaumont where the majority of the workers are college graduates are registered nurses, teachers, wholesale and manufacturing sales representatives, mechanical engineers, chemical engineers, industrial engineers, pharmacists and computer systems analysts.

Details about Beaumont, Texas: Cost of living index in 2008: 79.5 (U.S. average: 100). Average earnings in 2009: $30,000. Adult population that has earned a bachelor's degree or better: 22%.

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Those interested in local business and industry activities may want to read the Beaumont Enterprise.

Most Popular Jobs in Beaumont, Texas 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 2,570 $58,260 $41,430 - 82,810 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,920 $43,780 $33,950 - 55,430 14% 95%
3 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,290 $44,650 $33,600 - 59,330 6% 96%
4 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,260 $43,850 $34,120 - 55,860 11% 95%
5 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 1,210 $58,600 $28,180 - 114,870 8% 51%
6 Teachers and instructors, all other 900 $19,470 $13,700 - 24,200 9% 54%
7 Accountants and auditors 740 $52,210 $28,460 - 80,950 18% 79%
8 Lawyers 600 $118,430 $56,920 - 11% 99%
9 Mechanical engineers 520 $89,670 $55,810 - 128,490 4% 78%
10 Chemical engineers 490 $96,420 $68,250 - 135,760 8% 91%
11 Industrial engineers 350 $88,030 $58,320 - 118,660 20% 74%
12 Occupational health and safety specialists 350 $42,490 $14,460 - 85,870 8% 72%
13 Pharmacists 320 $116,840 $106,740 - 133,090 22% 97%
14 Electrical engineers 320 $0 $ - 6% 81%
15 Computer systems analysts 290 $67,990 $43,260 - 103,710 29% 68%
16 Computer programmers 280 $59,060 $27,130 - 98,660 -4% 73%
17 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 270 $67,080 $52,550 - 82,710 8% 78%
18 Financial managers 240 $86,330 $49,420 - 128,990 13% 60%
19 Child, family, and school social workers 240 $36,030 $26,630 - 46,670 19% 77%
20 Engineering managers 230 $116,180 $77,080 - 7% 84%
21 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 220 $49,950 $31,170 - 66,020 13% 73%
22 Sales managers 210 $90,460 $41,070 - 145,650 10% 69%
23 Medical and health services managers 210 $61,790 $41,890 - 88,100 16% 57%
24 Chemists 190 $78,250 $48,030 - 106,080 9% 93%
25 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 190 $54,860 $34,070 - 77,280 5% 58%
26 Surveyors 190 $49,890 $36,620 - 62,850 24% 82%
27 Network and computer systems administrators 180 $57,340 $33,950 - 91,410 27% 50%
28 Public relations specialists 180 $51,840 $22,900 - 101,500 18% 81%
29 Petroleum engineers 170 $96,950 $43,360 - 142,270 5% 80%
30 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 160 $66,950 $43,480 - 94,840 12% 51%
31 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 160 $49,170 $32,760 - 64,490 12% 51%
32 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 160 $46,250 $35,830 - 58,790 -5% 96%
33 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 160 $45,200 $34,760 - 58,270 20% 87%
34 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 160 $29,390 $19,680 - 40,060 15% 51%
35 Special education teachers, secondary school 150 $45,030 $35,250 - 57,710 9% 87%
36 Social and community service managers 150 $40,990 $25,520 - 64,480 25% 72%
37 Social and human service assistants 150 $25,050 $15,720 - 39,790 34% 58%
38 Chief executives 140 $143,070 $67,150 - 2% 65%
39 Management analysts 140 $57,290 $32,870 - 99,240 22% 78%
40 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 140 $31,840 $26,580 - 39,890 30% 77%
41 Training and development specialists 130 $51,360 $27,230 - 81,030 18% 56%
42 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 130 $49,300 $25,590 - 77,980 18% 56%
43 Librarians 130 $47,910 $31,660 - 62,990 4% 85%
44 Advertising sales agents 130 $42,850 $23,220 - 64,170 20% 56%
45 Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors 110 $69,560 $45,150 - 100,590 10% 74%
46 Detectives and criminal investigators 110 $51,170 $30,980 - 80,280 17% 54%
47 Computer and information systems managers 100 $99,580 $54,880 - 155,790 16% 73%
48 Instructional coordinators 100 $60,920 $43,940 - 80,730 23% 79%
49 Speech-language pathologists 100 $54,970 $36,470 - 86,490 11% 98%
50 Medical and public health social workers 100 $47,300 $34,550 - 60,870 24% 77%
51 Special education teachers, middle school 100 $45,080 $35,220 - 57,820 16% 87%
52 Legislators 100 $36,250 $13,220 - 79,220 1% 65%
53 Rehabilitation counselors 100 $31,940 $13,210 - 60,560 23% 73%
54 Marketing managers 90 $123,330 $44,470 - 14% 69%
55 Engineers, all other 90 $72,710 $43,240 - 104,560 6% 82%
56 Physical therapists 80 $81,470 $60,660 - 116,350 27% 89%
57 Managers, all other 80 $77,480 $39,700 - 123,430 7% 55%
58 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 80 $63,170 $28,380 - 123,470 25% 67%
59 Market research analysts 80 $62,370 $24,380 - 123,830 20% 82%
60 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 80 $47,380 $24,090 - 74,610 18% 56%
61 Reporters and correspondents 80 $44,140 $21,890 - 79,480 1% 85%
62 Graphic designers 80 $38,400 $22,710 - 65,730 10% 55%
63 Social workers, all other 80 $31,930 $23,170 - 39,610 18% 77%
64 Floral designers 80 $20,310 $13,850 - 29,560 -9% 55%
65 Purchasing managers 70 $92,110 $51,980 - 139,590 3% 57%
66 Counselors, all other 70 $50,520 $37,220 - 64,620 17% 73%
67 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 70 $45,320 $26,390 - 63,480 17% 56%
68 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 70 $31,840 $23,060 - 40,760 34% 73%
69 Dietitians and nutritionists 60 $50,970 $37,480 - 66,690 9% 72%
70 Coaches and scouts 60 $44,050 $22,090 - 63,170 15% 60%
71 Sales and related workers, all other 60 $0 $ - 14% 62%
72 Materials engineers 50 $92,950 $69,040 - 124,590 4% 77%
73 Electronics engineers, except computer 50 $79,140 $57,810 - 103,760 4% 81%
74 Veterinarians 50 $77,090 $54,500 - 100,780 35% 100%
75 Occupational therapists 50 $71,630 $43,220 - 102,070 23% 90%
76 Financial analysts 50 $66,090 $29,530 - 114,650 34% 87%
77 Architects, except landscape and naval 50 $56,160 $36,230 - 77,470 18% 88%
78 Dentists, general 40 $204,420 $79,190 - 9% 100%
79 Environmental engineers 40 $84,510 $46,440 - 120,960 25% 86%
80 Database administrators 40 $72,040 $36,780 - 129,170 29% 72%
81 Compensation and benefits managers 40 $69,580 $39,730 - 100,890 12% 58%
82 Personal financial advisors 40 $59,470 $23,270 - 99,510 41% 81%
83 Producers and directors 40 $48,650 $27,590 - 78,510 11% 75%
84 Computer specialists, all other 30 $80,710 $66,290 - 101,840 15% 68%
85 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 30 $54,400 $37,080 - 64,120 16% 99%
86 Private detectives and investigators 30 $36,260 $22,520 - 54,590 18% 52%
87 Health educators 30 $32,110 $15,210 - 49,440 26% 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 5,350 $22,570 $13,520 - 36,090 12% 25%
2 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 5,150 $14,970 $12,830 - 18,190 18% 5%
3 Cashiers 4,210 $16,670 $13,070 - 20,470 -3% 10%
4 Office clerks, general 2,890 $21,930 $14,230 - 31,910 13% 19%
5 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 2,850 $21,370 $13,780 - 32,260 2% 5%
6 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 2,830 $25,850 $16,590 - 36,920 1% 18%
7 Personal and home care aides 2,830 $14,350 $12,780 - 16,250 51% 10%
8 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,690 $19,030 $13,510 - 26,230 15% 4%
9 Waiters and waitresses 2,510 $15,360 $12,840 - 19,110 11% 14%
10 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 2,370 $39,350 $26,770 - 52,230 5% 2%
11 General and operations managers 1,980 $95,970 $46,000 - 2% 48%
12 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,960 $21,230 $14,130 - 30,620 -8% 8%
13 Petroleum pump system operators, refinery operators, and gaugers 1,930 $59,580 $30,850 - 80,330 -13% 7%
14 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,920 $29,920 $18,450 - 43,580 13% 16%
15 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,840 $32,230 $18,330 - 49,710 10% 4%
16 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,780 $36,860 $24,260 - 51,470 15% 18%
17 Home health aides 1,740 $16,320 $12,780 - 25,100 49% 7%
18 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 1,730 $70,350 $37,690 - 107,710 -5% 15%
19 Customer service representatives 1,720 $26,460 $15,150 - 45,680 25% 22%
20 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,690 $33,220 $17,640 - 57,060 10% 6%
21 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,610 $37,960 $21,670 - 52,190 4% 25%
22 Construction laborers 1,610 $25,340 $17,650 - 33,560 11% 5%
23 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,600 $19,230 $14,740 - 25,170 18% 7%
24 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,440 $41,920 $22,400 - 64,590 6% 29%
25 Electricians 1,410 $46,060 $27,920 - 59,740 7% 7%
26 Receptionists and information clerks 1,370 $21,210 $16,100 - 28,030 17% 13%
27 Chemical plant and system operators 1,230 $63,760 $52,350 - 79,910 -15% 7%
28 Teacher assistants 1,210 $17,710 $13,330 - 23,930 10% 18%
29 Painters, construction and maintenance 1,200 $31,010 $26,130 - 39,150 12% 6%
30 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,190 $29,160 $17,670 - 43,460 11% 14%
31 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,190 $24,830 $14,360 - 40,690 8% 4%
32 Security guards 1,170 $25,940 $15,170 - 44,660 17% 13%
33 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 1,130 $51,050 $31,770 - 73,480 9% 10%
34 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,130 $35,840 $27,490 - 46,500 14% 7%
35 Industrial machinery mechanics 1,120 $45,990 $26,620 - 65,590 9% 5%
36 Structural metal fabricators and fitters 1,110 $38,410 $27,650 - 49,720 -0% 0%
37 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 1,060 $39,580 $22,480 - 56,090 11% 4%
38 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 880 $48,260 $36,490 - 62,700 11% 33%
39 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 880 $37,090 $19,030 - 60,540 14% 4%
40 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 880 $15,160 $12,830 - 18,760 13% 5%
41 Carpenters 830 $34,930 $25,780 - 48,420 10% 6%
42 Cooks, restaurant 830 $18,570 $13,770 - 24,500 12% 5%
43 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 800 $59,180 $34,260 - 89,780 7% 13%
44 Team assemblers 800 $29,290 $14,760 - 40,510 0% 5%
45 Tellers 800 $21,450 $16,620 - 27,590 14% 16%
46 Helpers--production workers 790 $23,240 $17,760 - 30,990 -1% 4%
47 Business operations specialists, all other 780 $61,590 $30,710 - 86,830 21% 49%
48 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 740 $22,050 $15,050 - 31,110 18% 6%
49 Machinists 730 $41,040 $27,410 - 61,050 -3% 3%
50 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 730 $34,590 $24,590 - 50,140 8% 3%
51 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 710 $30,720 $17,860 - 52,790 4% 6%
52 Industrial truck and tractor operators 710 $26,830 $17,220 - 39,180 -2% 2%
53 Construction managers 700 $63,070 $37,300 - 91,660 16% 29%
54 Food preparation workers 670 $17,020 $13,140 - 20,910 15% 7%
55 Chemical technicians 640 $52,910 $33,340 - 72,450 6% 37%
56 Child care workers 640 $15,450 $12,890 - 19,160 18% 15%
57 Chemical equipment operators and tenders 630 $51,690 $35,660 - 65,340 -4% 14%
58 Medical assistants 630 $23,780 $18,010 - 32,250 35% 10%
59 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 600 $20,000 $13,360 - 27,660 11% 5%
60 Medical secretaries 590 $27,330 $18,910 - 36,850 17% 18%
61 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 560 $42,190 $32,970 - 52,810 9% 3%
62 Counter and rental clerks 560 $22,370 $13,120 - 40,130 23% 16%
63 Dishwashers 560 $15,380 $12,910 - 19,050 10% 3%
64 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 510 $43,980 $23,230 - 75,470 4% 30%
65 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 510 $15,130 $12,880 - 18,440 12% 6%
66 Bus drivers, school 500 $20,020 $13,960 - 28,170 9% 4%
67 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 490 $16,690 $12,930 - 23,000 14% 3%
68 Sales representatives, services, all other 470 $53,910 $15,790 - 100,690 28% 48%
69 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 440 $27,010 $18,370 - 36,610 4% 15%
70 Driver/sales workers 440 $22,660 $13,790 - 33,080 -5% 4%
71 Bartenders 440 $16,830 $12,960 - 22,490 11% 17%
72 Postal service mail carriers 440 $0 $ - 1% 11%
73 Civil engineering technicians 420 $35,600 $21,680 - 59,960 10% 18%
74 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 420 $15,790 $12,940 - 19,990 10% 8%
75 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 410 $42,990 $26,740 - 63,010 -7% 14%
76 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 400 $51,170 $31,270 - 72,930 0% 42%
77 Pharmacy technicians 400 $28,470 $21,520 - 36,760 32% 16%
78 Packers and packagers, hand 390 $16,480 $12,920 - 22,620 -12% 3%
79 Cooks, fast food 380 $15,400 $12,920 - 18,850 8% 5%
80 Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 370 $20,650 $15,880 - 27,220 12% 0%
81 Fire fighters 370 $0 $ - 12% 18%
82 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 360 $27,730 $21,200 - 34,450 10% 24%
83 Computer support specialists 350 $33,080 $18,550 - 50,770 13% 43%
84 Cement masons and concrete finishers 350 $29,940 $22,610 - 38,650 11% 2%
85 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 340 $15,130 $12,730 - 18,190 10% 5%
86 Electrical power-line installers and repairers 330 $47,720 $30,020 - 63,600 7% 6%
87 Paralegals and legal assistants 330 $40,610 $25,630 - 61,080 22% 45%
88 Switchboard operators, including answering service 320 $20,770 $15,190 - 28,230 -8% 10%
89 Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 310 $27,270 $18,470 - 39,560 12% 3%
90 Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 310 $24,340 $17,730 - 32,310 19% 14%
91 Industrial production managers 300 $113,130 $63,420 - -6% 43%
92 Cost estimators 300 $56,750 $37,680 - 73,240 19% 32%
93 Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, except line installers 290 $43,550 $25,040 - 56,850 3% 13%
94 Dental assistants 290 $30,730 $20,420 - 48,570 29% 9%
95 Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 290 $28,580 $21,000 - 39,500 -15% 0%
96 File clerks 290 $19,670 $13,660 - 26,470 -41% 20%
97 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 280 $35,460 $23,880 - 46,990 12% 3%
98 Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 280 $17,710 $13,220 - 23,820 13% 15%
99 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 280 $15,570 $12,890 - 20,050 10% 17%
100 Crane and tower operators 270 $47,650 $27,610 - 64,390 3% 0%
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Jobs More Common Near Beaumont Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Petroleum pump system operators, refinery operators, and gaugers 59,580 1,930 57.8
Chemical plant and system operators 63,760 1,230 37.7
Automotive glass installers and repairers 23,190 120 25.7
Gas plant operators 48,590 140 22.4
Choreographers 18,750 110 17.3
Chemical engineers 96,420 490 16.1
Chemical equipment operators and tenders 51,690 630 15.6
Boilermakers 47,490 170 15.2
Roustabouts, oil and gas 29,980 260 10.8
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 38,410 1,110 9.8
Chemical technicians 52,910 640 9.3
Petroleum engineers 96,950 170 8.7
Crane and tower operators 47,650 270 7.9
Service unit operators, oil, gas, and mining 54,140 170 7.4
Occupational health and safety specialists 42,490 350 6.5
Control and valve installers and repairers, except mechanical door 41,450 220 6.3
Insulation workers, mechanical 41,340 150 6.3
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 39,350 2,370 6.2
Personal and home care aides 14,350 2,830 5.6
Separating, filtering, clarifying, precipitating, and still machine setters, operators, and tenders 46,810 110 4.5
Civil engineering technicians 35,600 420 4.4
Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors 69,560 110 4.4
Painters, construction and maintenance 31,010 1,200 4.1
Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 22,000 240 4
Entertainment attendants and related workers, all other 24,460 100 3.9
Industrial machinery mechanics 45,990 1,120 3.9
Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 27,270 310 3.9
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 47,720 330 3.8
Crushing, grinding, and polishing machine setters, operators, and tenders 33,990 100 3.4
Electrical and electronics repairers, commercial and industrial equipment 58,270 260 3.3
Surveyors 49,890 190 3.3
Environmental science and protection technicians, including health 42,790 100 3.1
Industrial engineering technicians 50,080 190 2.7
Surveying and mapping technicians 32,930 210 2.7
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 40,170 270 2.7
Structural iron and steel workers 35,550 170 2.7
Construction managers 63,070 700 2.6
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 70,350 1,730 2.5
Personal care and service workers, all other 16,300 150 2.4
Painters, transportation equipment 36,100 110 2.4
Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters 27,180 120 2.3
Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 20,650 370 2.3
New accounts clerks 28,520 200 2.2
Helpers--electricians 29,210 260 2.2
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 39,580 1,060 2.1
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 46,250 160 2.1
Mechanical engineers 89,670 520 2
Legislators 36,250 100 2
Chemists 78,250 190 2
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 38,020 270 2

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Beaumont, Texas Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Service unit operators, oil, gas, and mining 54,140 1.37 170
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 70,350 1.33 1,730
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 42,990 1.28 410
Industrial production managers 113,130 1.28 300
Chemical technicians 52,910 1.26 640
Chemical plant and system operators 63,760 1.26 1,230
Separating, filtering, clarifying, precipitating, and still machine setters, operators, and tenders 46,810 1.24 110
Chemical equipment operators and tenders 51,690 1.22 630
Mechanical engineers 89,670 1.21 520
Industrial engineers 88,030 1.21 350
Recreation workers 28,870 1.2 130
First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 83,400 1.2 250
Electrical and electronics repairers, commercial and industrial equipment 58,270 1.19 260
Chemists 78,250 1.19 190
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 38,020 1.18 270
Lawyers 118,430 1.16 600
Petroleum pump system operators, refinery operators, and gaugers 59,580 1.16 1,930
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 60,010 1.15 200
Food service managers 55,890 1.15 230
Logisticians 73,950 1.14 130
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 38,410 1.14 1,110
Chemical engineers 96,420 1.13 490
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 39,350 1.12 2,370
Telecommunications line installers and repairers 51,150 1.12 140
Mechanical drafters 52,960 1.11 140
Pharmacists 116,840 1.11 320
Machinists 41,040 1.11 730
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 33,620 1.1 120
Helpers--electricians 29,210 1.09 260
Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 54,860 1.09 190
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 30,720 1.08 710
Telemarketers 26,660 1.08 200
Production, planning, and expediting clerks 43,980 1.07 510
Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 60,050 1.07 180
Team assemblers 29,290 1.07 800
Engineering managers 116,180 1.06 230
Crane and tower operators 47,650 1.05 270
Business operations specialists, all other 61,590 1.05 780
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 44,990 1.05 230
First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 59,180 1.04 800
Sales representatives, services, all other 53,910 1.04 470
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 58,600 1.04 1,210
Industrial engineering technicians 50,080 1.04 190
Industrial machinery mechanics 45,990 1.03 1,120
Legal secretaries 37,150 1.03 220
Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 42,190 1.03 560
Security guards 25,940 1.03 1,170
Public relations specialists 51,840 1.03 180
Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 27,270 1.03 310
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 37,090 1.02 880

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