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Killeen Employment

Employment and Industries in the Killeen, Texas Area

The Killeen economy is very dependent on the nearby Fort Hood and the soldiers and their families. Fort Hood is the area's major employer. Killeen's leading fields of employment include government, educational services, construction, healthcare, accommodation and food services, and finance and insurance.

About 25% of the workforce is employed in sales and office occupations. Service workers comprise about 24% of the city's labor force. Approximately 21% of the workforce is employed in management, professional and related occupations.

Shown below is a list of the leading employers in Killeen and the surrounding area:

  • Fort Hood
  • Killeen Independent School District
  • Central Texas College
  • MetroPlex Hospital
  • Fort Hood Exchange
  • City of Killeen
  • Sallie Mae
  • First National Bank
  • Killeen Mall
  • Walmart
  • Metroplex Adventist Hospital
  • West Business Services LP
  • H E Butt Grocery
  • Kmart Corporation
  • United States Postal Service
  • Mantech Telecommunications and Information
  • Frank Mayborn Enterprises
  • Home Depot USA, Inc
  • Lowe's Home Centers, Inc
  • System Studies & Simulation Inc

In Killeen, some of the most common jobs filled by employees with college degrees are registered nurses, teachers, computer systems analysts, management analysts, network and computer systems administrators, training and development specialists, educational, vocational and school counselors; and computer programmers.

Notable data about Killeen, Texas: Adult population holding a bachelors's degree or higher: 16%. Cost of living index in 2008: 79.9 ( U.S. average: 100). The average earnings in 2009: $32,000.

Associations providing assistance to Killeen businesses include:

The newspaper the Killeen Daily Herald is a good resource regarding local business and industry news.

Most Popular Jobs in Killeen, 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 3,280 $60,780 $42,100 - 82,610 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 2,380 $42,720 $34,070 - 55,650 14% 95%
3 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,370 $45,790 $34,420 - 60,850 6% 96%
4 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,300 $43,620 $34,230 - 58,060 11% 95%
5 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 910 $44,660 $22,740 - 66,700 8% 51%
6 Teachers and instructors, all other 690 $21,050 $13,010 - 45,720 9% 54%
7 Accountants and auditors 570 $61,630 $33,450 - 97,640 18% 79%
8 Computer systems analysts 450 $68,190 $37,170 - 104,170 29% 68%
9 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 350 $69,050 $54,650 - 84,890 8% 78%
10 Computer software engineers, systems software 320 $79,090 $55,810 - 107,280 28% 85%
11 Management analysts 320 $54,100 $35,180 - 76,430 22% 78%
12 Network and computer systems administrators 300 $65,670 $38,230 - 97,710 27% 50%
13 Training and development specialists 280 $42,200 $26,190 - 58,750 18% 56%
14 Medical and health services managers 270 $77,240 $45,230 - 112,510 16% 57%
15 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 270 $49,400 $29,110 - 65,360 13% 73%
16 Computer programmers 260 $67,860 $30,690 - 110,480 -4% 73%
17 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 260 $44,240 $34,790 - 56,280 20% 87%
18 Pharmacists 250 $106,050 $87,860 - 130,830 22% 97%
19 Social and human service assistants 250 $36,100 $26,410 - 48,120 34% 58%
20 Child, family, and school social workers 250 $32,930 $25,130 - 47,930 19% 77%
21 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 240 $50,390 $37,040 - 65,600 12% 51%
22 Computer specialists, all other 220 $65,400 $41,770 - 91,910 15% 68%
23 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 200 $34,850 $22,740 - 48,580 15% 51%
24 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 190 $46,990 $35,660 - 61,700 -5% 96%
25 Chief executives 170 $130,490 $66,610 - 2% 65%
26 Librarians 170 $47,730 $29,100 - 64,280 4% 85%
27 Sales managers 160 $112,700 $43,900 - 10% 69%
28 Financial analysts 160 $81,260 $55,760 - 105,780 34% 87%
29 Civil engineers 160 $77,600 $52,910 - 108,800 18% 87%
30 Social workers, all other 150 $53,960 $27,850 - 77,220 18% 77%
31 Sales and related workers, all other 150 $23,180 $16,670 - 31,620 14% 62%
32 Speech-language pathologists 140 $54,670 $34,320 - 77,780 11% 98%
33 Public relations specialists 140 $45,000 $23,690 - 76,110 18% 81%
34 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 140 $39,190 $28,360 - 51,800 18% 56%
35 Coaches and scouts 140 $24,000 $13,040 - 48,060 15% 60%
36 Financial managers 130 $77,260 $31,500 - 124,240 13% 60%
37 Database administrators 130 $62,520 $39,660 - 87,920 29% 72%
38 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 130 $55,800 $33,480 - 82,740 17% 56%
39 Instructional coordinators 130 $53,390 $29,640 - 82,900 23% 79%
40 Computer software engineers, applications 120 $89,200 $58,860 - 123,280 45% 85%
41 Lawyers 120 $80,820 $53,260 - 122,970 11% 99%
42 Network systems and data communications analysts 120 $42,930 $14,810 - 66,740 53% 57%
43 Computer and information systems managers 110 $106,490 $58,520 - 162,720 16% 73%
44 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 110 $0 $ - 12% 51%
45 Managers, all other 100 $75,530 $32,270 - 119,080 7% 55%
46 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 100 $47,600 $22,960 - 77,920 18% 56%
47 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 100 $43,340 $27,680 - 65,650 5% 58%
48 Industrial engineers 90 $73,980 $55,330 - 100,310 20% 74%
49 Education administrators, postsecondary 90 $72,460 $38,700 - 114,520 14% 78%
50 Credit analysts 90 $37,040 $25,410 - 53,360 2% 60%
51 Physical therapists 80 $78,850 $50,120 - 123,360 27% 89%
52 Budget analysts 80 $59,780 $42,760 - 79,100 7% 78%
53 Social and community service managers 80 $43,230 $26,940 - 76,800 25% 72%
54 Advertising sales agents 80 $32,520 $17,290 - 52,950 20% 56%
55 Marketing managers 70 $127,750 $64,900 - 14% 69%
56 Physician assistants 70 $84,300 $29,040 - 104,450 27% 67%
57 Occupational health and safety specialists 70 $59,250 $35,490 - 83,170 8% 72%
58 Dietitians and nutritionists 70 $54,330 $39,710 - 74,400 9% 72%
59 Detectives and criminal investigators 70 $50,540 $29,550 - 79,710 17% 54%
60 Graphic designers 70 $34,400 $24,660 - 47,970 10% 55%
61 Veterinarians 60 $97,590 $55,780 - 164,280 35% 100%
62 Operations research analysts 60 $84,330 $46,470 - 102,460 11% 71%
63 Counselors, all other 60 $53,650 $41,800 - 65,770 17% 73%
64 Special education teachers, middle school 60 $43,800 $34,780 - 53,850 16% 87%
65 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 50 $49,550 $33,860 - 76,170 16% 99%
66 Surveyors 50 $46,370 $26,790 - 74,320 24% 82%
67 Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates 50 $43,920 $13,440 - 117,420 5% 99%
68 Special education teachers, secondary school 50 $43,190 $33,440 - 56,150 9% 87%
69 Editors 50 $32,280 $18,630 - 47,340 2% 81%
70 Reporters and correspondents 50 $26,960 $18,370 - 35,130 1% 85%
71 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 50 $22,620 $13,860 - 33,150 11% 55%
72 Floral designers 50 $21,970 $14,430 - 29,950 -9% 55%
73 Dentists, general 40 $187,110 $133,140 - 9% 100%
74 Engineering managers 40 $129,340 $75,610 - 7% 84%
75 Purchasing managers 40 $81,990 $51,560 - 133,650 3% 57%
76 Financial specialists, all other 40 $50,390 $20,760 - 79,450 12% 50%
77 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 40 $38,980 $26,260 - 58,770 25% 93%
78 Meeting and convention planners 40 $25,550 $14,200 - 40,590 20% 67%
79 Compensation and benefits managers 30 $85,400 $42,540 - 130,630 12% 58%
80 Engineers, all other 30 $78,070 $51,680 - 110,070 6% 82%
81 Occupational therapists 30 $68,620 $48,250 - 96,620 23% 90%
82 Legislators 30 $14,380 $12,860 - 16,210 1% 65%
83 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 30 $0 $ - 25% 67%

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 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 5,190 $15,160 $12,810 - 18,780 18% 5%
2 Retail salespersons 4,370 $23,010 $13,640 - 36,520 12% 25%
3 Cashiers 3,630 $17,510 $13,160 - 23,310 -3% 10%
4 Correctional officers and jailers 2,640 $28,210 $22,650 - 32,160 17% 11%
5 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 2,600 $23,890 $14,610 - 35,730 1% 18%
6 Office clerks, general 2,060 $21,340 $14,370 - 31,360 13% 19%
7 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 2,010 $22,390 $14,390 - 32,200 2% 5%
8 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,880 $19,020 $13,210 - 26,740 15% 4%
9 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,860 $24,490 $15,180 - 34,450 -8% 8%
10 Customer service representatives 1,820 $22,410 $14,460 - 31,690 25% 22%
11 Teacher assistants 1,820 $15,820 $12,930 - 19,800 10% 18%
12 Waiters and waitresses 1,810 $15,750 $12,820 - 22,200 11% 14%
13 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,600 $22,120 $15,170 - 32,500 18% 7%
14 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,400 $37,000 $22,090 - 56,830 4% 25%
15 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,360 $30,880 $22,200 - 39,880 10% 4%
16 General and operations managers 1,310 $75,540 $36,780 - 126,320 2% 48%
17 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,200 $26,830 $14,700 - 40,370 10% 6%
18 Business operations specialists, all other 1,190 $59,950 $38,090 - 82,870 21% 49%
19 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,190 $28,650 $18,130 - 41,110 13% 16%
20 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 1,170 $31,750 $21,410 - 42,960 15% 18%
21 Personal and home care aides 1,150 $14,400 $12,660 - 16,520 51% 10%
22 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,140 $17,110 $13,210 - 22,610 13% 5%
23 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,090 $25,410 $15,910 - 37,130 11% 14%
24 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,080 $36,390 $21,580 - 56,220 6% 29%
25 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,010 $37,640 $28,600 - 48,460 14% 7%
26 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,000 $36,130 $20,680 - 53,040 14% 4%
27 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 990 $22,720 $13,550 - 34,910 8% 4%
28 Team assemblers 930 $25,210 $17,970 - 33,140 0% 5%
29 Construction laborers 900 $22,120 $17,250 - 29,410 11% 5%
30 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 840 $43,030 $31,980 - 59,250 11% 33%
31 Computer support specialists 790 $46,530 $25,160 - 70,320 13% 43%
32 All other information and record clerks 770 $32,200 $20,060 - 45,660 -13% 21%
33 Packers and packagers, hand 750 $24,720 $16,110 - 35,950 -12% 3%
34 Counter and rental clerks 670 $26,280 $13,620 - 56,970 23% 16%
35 Cooks, restaurant 670 $18,290 $13,280 - 24,990 12% 5%
36 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 650 $20,170 $15,270 - 26,630 18% 6%
37 Child care workers 640 $16,070 $12,840 - 21,750 18% 15%
38 Tellers 630 $19,160 $14,550 - 24,930 14% 16%
39 Receptionists and information clerks 620 $19,750 $13,690 - 27,850 17% 13%
40 Bus drivers, school 570 $17,720 $13,060 - 25,770 9% 4%
41 Industrial truck and tractor operators 550 $26,860 $18,760 - 37,210 -2% 2%
42 Preschool teachers, except special education 540 $27,940 $14,000 - 47,270 26% 43%
43 Electricians 520 $37,060 $23,150 - 58,520 7% 7%
44 Driver/sales workers 510 $17,020 $13,070 - 23,700 -5% 4%
45 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 500 $31,460 $21,530 - 41,310 5% 2%
46 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 490 $49,160 $27,820 - 78,950 -5% 15%
47 Carpenters 490 $33,520 $25,820 - 45,160 10% 6%
48 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 470 $27,440 $18,830 - 36,670 4% 6%
49 Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 450 $24,490 $17,430 - 34,980 -15% 0%
50 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 440 $28,360 $19,370 - 39,600 8% 3%
51 Telemarketers 440 $19,370 $16,810 - 23,550 -10% 14%
52 Fire fighters 420 $38,490 $25,120 - 53,010 12% 18%
53 Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 420 $27,860 $13,510 - 48,910 0% 0%
54 Pharmacy technicians 400 $29,250 $20,010 - 39,810 32% 16%
55 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 380 $50,450 $27,660 - 74,200 7% 13%
56 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 370 $48,350 $33,900 - 66,230 9% 10%
57 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 370 $35,790 $24,400 - 50,480 11% 4%
58 Security guards 370 $21,840 $13,560 - 34,900 17% 13%
59 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 350 $18,840 $12,950 - 31,400 11% 5%
60 Bill and account collectors 330 $29,130 $17,950 - 48,060 23% 13%
61 Postal service mail carriers 320 $0 $ - 1% 11%
62 Parts salespersons 310 $32,310 $14,710 - 41,900 -2% 6%
63 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 310 $25,100 $20,010 - 32,630 4% 15%
64 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 310 $23,870 $13,950 - 40,650 12% 6%
65 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 300 $15,810 $12,950 - 20,120 14% 3%
66 Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 290 $31,770 $24,760 - 41,880 11% 29%
67 Bartenders 290 $17,460 $12,950 - 26,220 11% 17%
68 Construction managers 280 $64,010 $41,140 - 103,920 16% 29%
69 Amusement and recreation attendants 280 $16,100 $12,850 - 20,700 24% 22%
70 Radiologic technologists and technicians 270 $48,680 $32,410 - 65,920 15% 25%
71 Kindergarten teachers, except special education 270 $43,050 $34,150 - 56,230 16% 43%
72 First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers 270 $33,590 $26,500 - 40,360 13% 25%
73 Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 270 $27,230 $17,830 - 43,400 3% 4%
74 Medical secretaries 270 $26,550 $19,090 - 32,990 17% 18%
75 Dishwashers 270 $15,450 $12,910 - 19,400 10% 3%
76 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 260 $56,360 $34,200 - 83,590 0% 42%
77 Office and administrative support workers, all other 260 $33,570 $20,780 - 46,450 -9% 32%
78 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 260 $15,780 $12,940 - 20,050 17% 14%
79 Dental assistants 250 $29,030 $22,240 - 37,810 29% 9%
80 Administrative services managers 240 $74,650 $37,510 - 124,920 12% 40%
81 Logisticians 230 $70,150 $47,030 - 98,670 17% 43%
82 Sales representatives, services, all other 230 $51,980 $16,240 - 107,980 28% 48%
83 Medical assistants 230 $26,590 $17,680 - 38,700 35% 10%
84 Food preparation workers 230 $16,060 $12,980 - 19,960 15% 7%
85 Physicians and surgeons, all other 220 $208,850 $138,150 - 0% 0%
86 Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 220 $31,200 $18,180 - 45,530 -3% 6%
87 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 220 $15,810 $12,940 - 19,800 12% 6%
88 Food service managers 210 $51,650 $32,530 - 64,830 5% 24%
89 Machinists 210 $36,820 $25,460 - 51,230 -3% 3%
90 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 210 $32,850 $21,560 - 47,520 9% 3%
91 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 210 $16,340 $12,960 - 21,150 10% 5%
92 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 210 $15,250 $12,890 - 19,000 10% 17%
93 Procurement clerks 200 $36,240 $28,520 - 45,740 -2% 24%
94 Healthcare support workers, all other 200 $34,950 $22,020 - 46,600 16% 10%
95 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 200 $30,900 $19,250 - 40,850 -7% 14%
96 Data entry keyers 200 $20,010 $13,620 - 30,300 -5% 18%
97 Cooks, fast food 200 $16,800 $12,980 - 23,230 8% 5%
98 Real estate sales agents 190 $40,540 $17,890 - 92,920 11% 45%
99 Industrial machinery mechanics 190 $37,600 $29,990 - 48,470 9% 5%
100 First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 190 $35,170 $25,990 - 49,320 13% 17%
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Jobs More Common Near Killeen Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers 33,590 270 19.2
Correctional officers and jailers 28,210 2,640 16
Entertainment attendants and related workers, all other 24,030 180 9.5
Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 27,860 420 5.2
Crushing, grinding, and polishing machine setters, operators, and tenders 29,820 110 5
All other information and record clerks 32,200 770 4.2
Education teachers, postsecondary 41,840 120 3.5
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 46,990 190 3.3
Woodworking machine setters, operators, and tenders, except sawing 21,220 140 3.1
Service station attendants 17,610 170 3.1
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 27,230 270 3.1
Procurement clerks 36,240 200 3.1
Excavating and loading machine and dragline operators 29,400 110 3
Personal and home care aides 14,400 1,150 3
Social workers, all other 53,960 150 2.9
Painters, transportation equipment 30,330 100 2.9
Logisticians 70,150 230 2.7
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 28,420 190 2.5
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 43,620 1,300 2.5
Cutting, punching, and press machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 24,490 450 2.5
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 15,160 5,190 2.3
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 32,490 130 2.2
Helpers--electricians 21,210 190 2.2
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic 31,200 220 2.2
Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators, and tenders 30,070 100 2.1
Elementary school teachers, except special education 42,720 2,380 2.1
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 69,050 350 2
Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 31,770 290 2
Kindergarten teachers, except special education 43,050 270 2
Fire fighters 38,490 420 2
New accounts clerks 26,370 130 2
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 30,550 120 1.9
Civil engineering technicians 32,610 130 1.8
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 36,130 1,000 1.8
Teacher assistants 15,820 1,820 1.8
Machine feeders and offbearers 30,850 150 1.8
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 37,640 1,010 1.8
Counter and rental clerks 26,280 670 1.7
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 31,460 500 1.7
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 50,390 240 1.7
Parts salespersons 32,310 310 1.7
Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 45,790 1,370 1.7
Teachers and instructors, all other 21,050 690 1.7
Bus drivers, school 17,720 570 1.7
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 43,030 840 1.7
Driver/sales workers 17,020 510 1.7
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 23,890 2,600 1.6
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 38,490 160 1.6
Telemarketers 19,370 440 1.6
Preschool teachers, except special education 27,940 540 1.6

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Social and human service assistants 36,100 1.27 250
Automotive body and related repairers 49,410 1.26 120
Packers and packagers, hand 24,720 1.21 750
Healthcare support workers, all other 34,950 1.2 200
Machine feeders and offbearers 30,850 1.19 150
Physicians and surgeons, all other 208,850 1.17 220
Computer software engineers, applications 89,200 1.15 120
Dental hygienists 73,100 1.15 110
Sales managers 112,700 1.15 160
Financial analysts 81,260 1.14 160
Entertainment attendants and related workers, all other 24,030 1.14 180
Social workers, all other 53,960 1.14 150
Counter and rental clerks 26,280 1.13 670
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 33,560 1.11 130
Computer support specialists 46,530 1.11 790
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 39,810 1.1 180
Preschool teachers, except special education 27,940 1.1 540
Logisticians 70,150 1.08 230
Office and administrative support workers, all other 33,570 1.08 260
Stock clerks and order fillers 24,490 1.07 1,860
Network and computer systems administrators 65,670 1.07 300
Food service managers 51,650 1.06 210
Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 56,360 1.06 260
Civil engineers 77,600 1.06 160
Parts salespersons 32,310 1.06 310
Computer programmers 67,860 1.06 260
Computer and information systems managers 106,490 1.05 110
Procurement clerks 36,240 1.05 200
Pharmacy technicians 29,250 1.04 400
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 32,490 1.04 130
Accountants and auditors 61,630 1.03 570
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 55,800 1.03 130
Administrative services managers 74,650 1.02 240
Medical records and health information technicians 32,360 1.02 160
Business operations specialists, all other 59,950 1.02 1,190
Pharmacists 106,050 1.01 250
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 30,550 1 120
Sales representatives, services, all other 51,980 1 230
Machinists 36,820 1 210
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 36,130 1 1,000
Computer systems analysts 68,190 0.99 450
Registered nurses 60,780 0.99 3,280
File clerks 23,170 0.98 150
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 34,850 0.98 200
Cost estimators 54,570 0.97 130
All other information and record clerks 32,200 0.97 770
Computer specialists, all other 65,400 0.97 220
Cooks, fast food 16,800 0.97 200
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 27,440 0.96 470
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 49,400 0.96 270

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