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Provo Employment

Employment and Industries in the Provo, Utah Area

The Provo region has a diverse economy. The region has one of the largest concentrations of software technologies firms in the country and also has one of the nation's largest concentrations of high-technology companies. The region also includes numerous biotech companies.

Some of the world's prominent software firms are situated in the Provo area including Symantec, Novell, Inc., and Corel. Some of the high tech companies situated in the area are Ameritech Library Services, Micron Technology, Covergys, PowerQuest Corp., Nimbus Manufacturing, Viewsoft and Folio Corporation. Provo is also home to Nature's Sunshine, Banta Press, Powder River Manufacturing and Sears Telecatolog.

Notable data about Provo, Utah: Average earnings in 2009: $29,000. Adult population holding a bachelor's degree or higher: 35%. 2008 cost of living index in Provo: 92.9 (national average: 100).

Provo's largest job providers:

  • Brigham Young University
  • Alpine School District
  • IHC Health Care Services
  • Utah Valley State College
  • Nebo School District
  • Convergys
  • Provo School District
  • Nestle USA Food Group Inc
  • Novell, Inc
  • Modus Media International
  • Nu Skin International Inc
  • Utah Dept of Human Services
  • Morinda Holdings, Inc
  • Natures Sunshine Products, Inc
  • The Generations Network Inc
  • Central Utah Clinic, PC
  • Heritage Schools Foundation, Inc
  • Heritage Web Design, LLC

Provo's significant fields of employment:

  • Education
  • Healthcare
  • Trade, transportation and utilities
  • Government
  • Manufacturing
  • Leisure and hospitality
  • Professional, scientific and management

Provo companies have access to helpful associations such as:

Information about local business and industry is provided by the Daily Herald.

Most Popular Jobs in Provo, Utah 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 Elementary school teachers, except special education 3,400 $46,180 $27,470 - 72,050 14% 95%
2 Registered nurses 2,880 $57,660 $43,910 - 77,390 24% 56%
3 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 2,120 $50,900 $20,610 - 85,530 8% 51%
4 Social and human service assistants 1,660 $23,200 $17,240 - 30,110 34% 58%
5 Accountants and auditors 1,500 $66,070 $30,540 - 152,710 18% 79%
6 Computer programmers 1,270 $59,510 $29,590 - 95,470 -4% 73%
7 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 1,260 $51,360 $30,360 - 75,390 11% 95%
8 Computer software engineers, applications 1,190 $81,340 $50,250 - 110,890 45% 85%
9 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 660 $68,060 $39,960 - 117,330 12% 51%
10 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 630 $49,780 $30,210 - 69,680 13% 73%
11 Graphic designers 590 $38,930 $23,940 - 56,530 10% 55%
12 Financial managers 540 $82,300 $47,090 - 126,850 13% 60%
13 Sales managers 520 $97,090 $55,060 - 157,990 10% 69%
14 Network and computer systems administrators 470 $60,800 $37,590 - 92,680 27% 50%
15 Chief executives 430 $140,610 $48,610 - 2% 65%
16 Computer and information systems managers 430 $105,090 $63,410 - 150,930 16% 73%
17 Computer software engineers, systems software 430 $77,510 $48,580 - 115,170 28% 85%
18 Electrical engineers 360 $79,400 $54,480 - 110,940 6% 81%
19 Civil engineers 360 $71,050 $47,180 - 100,310 18% 87%
20 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 330 $82,130 $62,980 - 103,130 8% 78%
21 Network systems and data communications analysts 330 $71,220 $39,010 - 117,400 53% 57%
22 Computer systems analysts 320 $69,120 $38,460 - 106,480 29% 68%
23 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 310 $63,250 $20,650 - 130,320 25% 67%
24 Training and development specialists 310 $44,080 $25,500 - 63,780 18% 56%
25 Public relations specialists 300 $43,670 $22,830 - 74,080 18% 81%
26 Lawyers 290 $81,990 $48,690 - 109,980 11% 99%
27 Market research analysts 280 $55,020 $32,860 - 83,760 20% 82%
28 Pharmacists 270 $103,870 $89,830 - 128,100 22% 97%
29 Medical and health services managers 270 $80,520 $49,480 - 112,030 16% 57%
30 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 260 $76,650 $40,490 - 129,550 16% 99%
31 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 230 $34,690 $24,530 - 51,880 20% 87%
32 Managers, all other 220 $70,810 $36,070 - 109,520 7% 55%
33 Physical therapists 220 $65,970 $45,270 - 83,580 27% 89%
34 Computer specialists, all other 220 $30,630 $18,760 - 54,550 15% 68%
35 Marketing managers 210 $92,070 $39,560 - 159,100 14% 69%
36 Dentists, general 210 $81,770 $39,420 - 159,560 9% 100%
37 Child, family, and school social workers 210 $39,480 $28,050 - 50,850 19% 77%
38 Industrial engineers 200 $74,410 $47,450 - 108,610 20% 74%
39 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 190 $42,220 $32,040 - 59,660 5% 58%
40 Database administrators 170 $71,340 $39,290 - 110,030 29% 72%
41 Management analysts 170 $58,510 $39,050 - 94,960 22% 78%
42 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 170 $40,390 $26,650 - 53,650 30% 77%
43 Engineering managers 160 $91,320 $59,810 - 129,600 7% 84%
44 Librarians 160 $42,240 $22,220 - 64,740 4% 85%
45 Editors 160 $35,640 $14,400 - 62,230 2% 81%
46 Speech-language pathologists 150 $54,200 $36,610 - 78,160 11% 98%
47 Coaches and scouts 150 $27,450 $17,000 - 43,910 15% 60%
48 Social and community service managers 140 $57,680 $37,470 - 80,710 25% 72%
49 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 140 $48,340 $28,570 - 78,050 17% 56%
50 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 140 $43,150 $30,600 - 58,520 18% 56%
51 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 130 $53,040 $42,260 - 65,950 12% 51%
52 Technical writers 130 $45,810 $29,030 - 63,920 20% 74%
53 Sales and related workers, all other 130 $29,070 $17,650 - 39,080 14% 62%
54 Personal financial advisors 110 $80,420 $36,580 - 41% 81%
55 Chemists 110 $63,480 $40,400 - 90,070 9% 93%
56 Instructional coordinators 110 $52,480 $29,860 - 76,930 23% 79%
57 Special education teachers, secondary school 110 $35,590 $26,450 - 49,120 9% 87%
58 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 110 $29,780 $22,380 - 41,670 15% 51%
59 Producers and directors 100 $74,560 $42,270 - 124,390 11% 75%
60 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 90 $45,080 $28,180 - 72,800 18% 56%
61 Medical and public health social workers 90 $43,670 $26,810 - 61,110 24% 77%
62 Mental health counselors 80 $47,110 $29,760 - 64,820 30% 73%
63 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 80 $44,640 $33,730 - 56,220 34% 73%
64 Rehabilitation counselors 80 $40,380 $28,570 - 52,180 23% 73%
65 Legislators 80 $20,660 $12,790 - 20,360 1% 65%
66 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 80 $19,970 $14,500 - 24,550 11% 55%
67 Floral designers 80 $19,670 $15,670 - 25,030 -9% 55%
68 Physician assistants 70 $88,320 $58,410 - 129,520 27% 67%
69 Budget analysts 70 $55,640 $43,490 - 66,920 7% 78%
70 Financial analysts 70 $54,170 $28,430 - 87,710 34% 87%
71 Recreational therapists 70 $35,610 $23,450 - 51,630 4% 77%
72 Natural sciences managers 60 $86,820 $58,430 - 124,030 11% 93%
73 Purchasing managers 60 $78,240 $56,790 - 108,810 3% 57%
74 Electronics engineers, except computer 60 $70,510 $36,540 - 101,540 4% 81%
75 Food scientists and technologists 60 $69,110 $38,470 - 106,170 10% 82%
76 Training and development managers 50 $81,460 $57,990 - 107,560 16% 58%
77 Materials engineers 50 $71,210 $46,140 - 100,560 4% 77%
78 Occupational therapists 50 $64,530 $46,050 - 84,800 23% 90%
79 Health diagnosing and treating practitioners, all other 50 $56,210 $28,980 - 88,830 12% 94%
80 Urban and regional planners 50 $55,060 $36,930 - 76,750 15% 92%
81 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 50 $43,930 $28,620 - 67,650 -5% 96%
82 Dietitians and nutritionists 50 $43,370 $34,060 - 55,420 9% 72%
83 Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other 50 $42,950 $25,970 - 67,900 15% 72%
84 Meeting and convention planners 50 $35,670 $21,760 - 52,460 20% 67%
85 Veterinarians 40 $81,620 $57,550 - 101,760 35% 100%
86 Compensation and benefits managers 40 $70,930 $46,540 - 101,040 12% 58%
87 Zoologists and wildlife biologists 40 $56,010 $36,030 - 79,960 9% 95%
88 Writers and authors 40 $51,340 $28,450 - 78,640 13% 84%
89 Special education teachers, middle school 40 $39,920 $15,450 - 61,410 16% 87%
90 Community and social service specialists, all other 40 $33,130 $26,220 - 45,360 25% 58%
91 Computer hardware engineers 30 $78,150 $52,290 - 103,410 5% 70%
92 Detectives and criminal investigators 30 $54,750 $38,300 - 79,980 17% 54%
93 Operations research analysts 30 $44,570 $29,980 - 65,180 11% 71%
94 Athletic trainers 30 $42,050 $18,310 - 68,600 24% 72%

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 6,690 $23,570 $14,020 - 38,070 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 5,210 $18,420 $13,660 - 24,250 -3% 10%
3 Customer service representatives 4,410 $25,450 $17,510 - 35,510 25% 22%
4 Office clerks, general 3,700 $22,440 $14,500 - 31,430 13% 19%
5 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 3,670 $16,690 $13,150 - 20,560 18% 5%
6 General and operations managers 3,170 $79,240 $37,290 - 140,110 2% 48%
7 Construction laborers 2,410 $28,880 $20,000 - 39,560 11% 5%
8 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 2,400 $19,450 $13,200 - 30,810 15% 4%
9 Receptionists and information clerks 2,390 $22,110 $14,860 - 30,980 17% 13%
10 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 2,280 $27,620 $15,730 - 39,360 13% 16%
11 Stock clerks and order fillers 2,240 $21,780 $16,530 - 29,520 -8% 8%
12 Teacher assistants 2,230 $20,640 $14,480 - 29,300 10% 18%
13 Waiters and waitresses 2,010 $17,740 $12,930 - 26,880 11% 14%
14 Food preparation workers 1,870 $16,440 $13,010 - 20,970 15% 7%
15 Carpenters 1,810 $35,890 $24,600 - 49,220 10% 6%
16 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 1,770 $33,450 $21,100 - 50,640 4% 25%
17 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 1,760 $43,350 $25,350 - 67,150 6% 29%
18 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,690 $23,170 $17,000 - 30,980 2% 5%
19 Computer support specialists 1,630 $33,180 $20,510 - 52,660 13% 43%
20 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 1,620 $21,060 $14,220 - 30,090 18% 6%
21 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,440 $21,310 $17,150 - 26,510 18% 7%
22 Telemarketers 1,430 $24,360 $17,140 - 32,460 -10% 14%
23 Maintenance and repair workers, general 1,400 $28,840 $17,890 - 45,440 10% 6%
24 Helpers--production workers 1,340 $22,540 $17,700 - 28,720 -1% 4%
25 Team assemblers 1,310 $24,710 $18,230 - 32,190 0% 5%
26 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,270 $39,430 $26,750 - 60,190 10% 4%
27 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 1,260 $53,920 $35,700 - 70,090 9% 10%
28 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 1,150 $36,550 $27,250 - 48,960 8% 3%
29 Electricians 1,130 $49,050 $27,540 - 74,340 7% 7%
30 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 1,060 $25,750 $18,250 - 35,110 4% 6%
31 Packers and packagers, hand 1,050 $18,620 $13,370 - 25,420 -12% 3%
32 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 1,020 $27,170 $18,000 - 38,820 11% 14%
33 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 1,020 $23,050 $13,360 - 33,930 8% 4%
34 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 980 $37,360 $21,960 - 53,470 14% 4%
35 Tellers 940 $23,440 $17,800 - 30,800 14% 16%
36 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 930 $48,790 $27,040 - 76,810 -5% 15%
37 Home health aides 930 $20,620 $16,460 - 27,890 49% 7%
38 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 910 $36,310 $24,680 - 49,000 15% 18%
39 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 900 $50,340 $35,420 - 67,740 11% 4%
40 Sales representatives, services, all other 900 $45,520 $17,140 - 79,530 28% 48%
41 Medical secretaries 870 $26,650 $19,090 - 36,740 17% 18%
42 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 820 $20,910 $14,620 - 30,220 11% 5%
43 Medical assistants 810 $24,200 $14,890 - 32,070 35% 10%
44 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 780 $19,260 $14,560 - 27,040 13% 5%
45 Cement masons and concrete finishers 760 $33,250 $22,830 - 43,830 11% 2%
46 Dental assistants 760 $26,820 $20,760 - 36,660 29% 9%
47 Business operations specialists, all other 750 $65,620 $27,540 - 107,480 21% 49%
48 Cooks, restaurant 740 $23,140 $17,840 - 30,360 12% 5%
49 Data entry keyers 720 $22,400 $14,510 - 31,100 -5% 18%
50 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 660 $16,840 $13,000 - 23,850 12% 6%
51 Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 630 $25,110 $18,690 - 34,590 -5% 4%
52 Loan officers 620 $58,290 $29,630 - 96,440 12% 49%
53 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 590 $32,440 $15,730 - 52,510 4% 30%
54 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 590 $15,840 $12,900 - 20,120 10% 8%
55 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 580 $25,320 $17,290 - 37,600 10% 24%
56 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 580 $22,100 $14,940 - 31,210 -5% 5%
57 Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 570 $26,840 $20,440 - 36,690 3% 4%
58 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 570 $21,810 $16,650 - 30,030 12% 6%
59 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 560 $18,380 $13,510 - 24,240 14% 3%
60 Counter and rental clerks 550 $20,660 $13,210 - 31,100 23% 16%
61 Industrial machinery mechanics 540 $37,810 $21,550 - 56,730 9% 5%
62 Construction managers 520 $69,560 $36,350 - 121,080 16% 29%
63 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 520 $33,940 $23,380 - 49,080 5% 2%
64 Order clerks 520 $23,850 $17,280 - 31,990 -24% 16%
65 Painters, construction and maintenance 510 $32,120 $24,420 - 44,410 12% 6%
66 Dishwashers 510 $17,060 $13,270 - 21,400 10% 3%
67 Child care workers 500 $18,960 $15,970 - 24,930 18% 15%
68 Amusement and recreation attendants 500 $17,510 $13,210 - 23,920 24% 22%
69 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 490 $41,380 $29,600 - 58,090 11% 33%
70 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 490 $34,330 $25,040 - 45,980 14% 7%
71 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 490 $28,590 $22,520 - 32,340 -27% 6%
72 Tile and marble setters 480 $41,860 $26,150 - 60,120 15% 3%
73 Bus drivers, school 470 $29,310 $16,710 - 39,920 9% 4%
74 Personal and home care aides 460 $17,910 $16,050 - 19,700 51% 10%
75 Security guards 440 $29,580 $20,010 - 46,520 17% 13%
76 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 430 $53,300 $35,270 - 76,320 7% 13%
77 Structural metal fabricators and fitters 410 $27,150 $20,100 - 36,060 -0% 0%
78 Dental hygienists 390 $65,740 $45,690 - 83,260 30% 33%
79 Loan interviewers and clerks 390 $27,150 $18,180 - 36,620 -1% 24%
80 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 390 $15,920 $12,950 - 19,920 10% 17%
81 Printing machine operators 380 $25,130 $15,290 - 37,810 -6% 6%
82 Postal service mail carriers 370 $0 $ - 1% 11%
83 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 360 $34,590 $21,650 - 55,150 -7% 14%
84 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 350 $38,240 $28,150 - 53,590 9% 3%
85 Pharmacy technicians 350 $29,590 $22,670 - 37,660 32% 16%
86 Preschool teachers, except special education 350 $20,590 $13,720 - 30,190 26% 43%
87 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 340 $47,840 $26,940 - 77,610 4% 38%
88 Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters 340 $31,090 $20,060 - 45,570 11% 3%
89 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 330 $49,370 $34,080 - 66,610 0% 42%
90 Assemblers and fabricators, all other 330 $25,670 $17,650 - 38,290 -9% 5%
91 Fire fighters 320 $32,420 $16,470 - 53,660 12% 18%
92 Cost estimators 310 $50,530 $31,110 - 73,100 19% 32%
93 Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic 310 $25,100 $16,730 - 35,850 1% 10%
94 Machinists 300 $38,800 $25,560 - 51,500 -3% 3%
95 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 300 $32,050 $20,330 - 46,190 12% 3%
96 Bill and account collectors 300 $28,840 $21,070 - 37,740 23% 13%
97 Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 290 $49,730 $30,790 - 75,250 0% 0%
98 Brickmasons and blockmasons 290 $46,310 $28,980 - 61,810 10% 3%
99 Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders 290 $31,260 $22,150 - 43,250 -8% 0%
100 Court, municipal, and license clerks 280 $28,370 $21,560 - 38,280 9% 24%
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Jobs More Common Near Provo Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Forest and conservation technicians 30,030 140 18.4
Helpers--painters, paperhangers, plasterers, and stucco masons 22,450 190 11.8
Molders, shapers, and casters, except metal and plastic 25,100 310 9.6
Tile and marble setters 41,860 480 9.2
Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters 31,090 340 6.3
Physical therapist aides 17,620 260 5.8
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 26,840 570 4.6
Social and human service assistants 23,200 1,660 4.5
Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders 25,110 630 4.4
Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders 31,260 290 4.4
Telemarketers 24,360 1,430 3.7
Pipelayers 35,150 200 3.6
Dental laboratory technicians 38,890 150 3.6
Structural metal fabricators and fitters 27,150 410 3.4
Cement masons and concrete finishers 33,250 760 3.2
Helpers--carpenters 24,430 260 3.2
Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators, and tenders 24,680 210 3.1
Job printers 31,920 120 3
Security and fire alarm systems installers 32,580 200 2.9
Bindery workers 25,200 190 2.9
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 36,550 1,150 2.7
Court, municipal, and license clerks 28,370 280 2.7
Helpers--production workers 22,540 1,340 2.6
Grinding, lapping, polishing, and buffing machine tool setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 27,010 230 2.6
Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 49,730 290 2.5
Chemical technicians 33,440 180 2.5
Eligibility interviewers, government programs 35,130 230 2.5
Brickmasons and blockmasons 46,310 290 2.4
Computer programmers 59,510 1,270 2.4
Computer support specialists 33,180 1,630 2.3
Technical writers 45,810 130 2.3
Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 76,650 260 2.3
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 25,320 580 2.2
Graphic designers 38,930 590 2.2
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 49,780 630 2.2
Dentists, general 81,770 210 2.1
Crossing guards 19,890 150 2.1
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 20,910 820 2.1
Dental assistants 26,820 760 2.1
Elementary school teachers, except special education 46,180 3,400 2.1
Data entry keyers 22,400 720 2.1
Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 27,310 170 2
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 28,590 490 2
Construction laborers 28,880 2,410 2
Surveying and mapping technicians 39,840 160 2
Electrical engineers 79,400 360 1.9
Tire repairers and changers 24,340 190 1.9
Construction managers 69,560 520 1.9
Dental hygienists 65,740 390 1.9
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 53,920 1,260 1.8

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Provo, Utah Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Health specialties teachers, postsecondary 91,740 1.2 110
Security guards 29,580 1.17 440
Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 76,650 1.15 260
Parts salespersons 34,560 1.13 220
Bus drivers, school 29,310 1.12 470
Business operations specialists, all other 65,620 1.11 750
Accountants and auditors 66,070 1.11 1,500
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 56,180 1.11 120
Network systems and data communications analysts 71,220 1.1 330
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 50,340 1.09 900
Database administrators 71,340 1.09 170
Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 23,250 1.08 240
Cooks, restaurant 23,140 1.07 740
Dental laboratory technicians 38,890 1.06 150
Pharmacy technicians 29,590 1.05 350
Computer software engineers, applications 81,340 1.05 1,190
Helpers--brickmasons, blockmasons, stonemasons, and tile and marble setters 31,090 1.05 340
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 39,430 1.05 1,270
Machinists 38,800 1.05 300
Surveying and mapping technicians 39,840 1.05 160
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 45,040 1.05 150
Electricians 49,050 1.05 1,130
Computer and information systems managers 105,090 1.04 430
Dental hygienists 65,740 1.04 390
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 34,590 1.03 360
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 37,360 1.03 980
Tire repairers and changers 24,340 1.03 190
Helpers--pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 27,310 1.03 170
Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 49,730 1.02 290
Industrial engineers 74,410 1.02 200
Extruding, forming, pressing, and compacting machine setters, operators, and tenders 31,260 1.02 290
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 51,360 1.02 1,260
Brickmasons and blockmasons 46,310 1.02 290
Automotive body and related repairers 39,920 1.02 190
Tile and marble setters 41,860 1.01 480
Bartenders 19,680 1.01 120
Mental health and substance abuse social workers 40,390 1.01 170
Social and community service managers 57,680 1.01 140
Personal financial advisors 80,420 1.01 110
Maids and housekeeping cleaners 19,260 1.01 780
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 82,130 1.01 330
Computer systems analysts 69,120 1.01 320
Food service managers 48,650 1 230
Respiratory therapists 51,700 1 120
Food servers, nonrestaurant 20,120 1 140
Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 53,040 0.99 130
Cashiers 18,420 0.99 5,210
Electrical engineers 79,400 0.99 360
Dishwashers 17,060 0.99 510
Network and computer systems administrators 60,800 0.99 470

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