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Bremerton Employment

Employment and Industries in the Bremerton, Washington Area

Bremerton, Washington has a strong military presence. The economy is centered on the military. The Naval Base Kitsap and the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard are the two largest employers in the Bremerton region. They both employ a large number of civilians. A variety of U.S. Vessels are built and repaired in the area. The majority of the workforce is employed by the U.S. government. Tourism, wood products and logging also add to the economy.

The top fields of employment in Bremerton, Washington are government, healthcare, transportation equipment, accommodation and food services, educational services, and professional, scientific and technical services.

There are numerous jobs that are more common in Bremerton, Washington than most other cities including installation, maintenance and repair workers; commercial and industrial equipment, electrical and electronics repairers; occupational health and safety specialists; logisticians, painters, construction and maintenance workers, mechanical engineers, library assistants, clerical; and welders, cutters, solderers and brazers.

Notable data about Bremerton, Washington: Adult residents which have earned a bachelor's degree or higher: 15%. Cost of living index in 2008: 111.6 (U.S. average: 100). Average salary in 2009: $26,000.

Major employers in the Bremerton region:

  • Naval Base Kitsap
  • Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
  • Naval Undersea Warfare Center
  • Harrison Medical Center
  • Naval Hospital Bremerton
  • Central Kitsap School District
  • Kitsap County
  • South Kitsap School District
  • Olympic College
  • North Kitsap School District
  • Port Madison
  • IAP World Services
  • City of Bremerton
  • TeleTech
  • Safeway, Inc
  • Albertsons
  • Walmart
  • Ostrom Management
  • AMSEC LLC
  • Lockheed Martin Bangor-Space Systems
  • The Doctors Clinic

Bremerton companies may collaborate with organizations including:

Information regarding Bremerton business and industry is provided by kitsapsun.com.

Most Popular Jobs in Bremerton, Washington 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 1,620 $68,470 $48,120 - 87,110 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 970 $56,900 $41,240 - 75,260 14% 95%
3 Teachers and instructors, all other 870 $45,340 $27,180 - 77,100 9% 54%
4 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 530 $57,160 $42,230 - 77,030 6% 96%
5 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 480 $55,900 $41,550 - 75,640 11% 95%
6 Mechanical engineers 440 $82,040 $56,960 - 108,610 4% 78%
7 Management analysts 440 $72,510 $46,620 - 102,380 22% 78%
8 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 440 $64,350 $26,730 - 8% 51%
9 Accountants and auditors 430 $69,600 $41,930 - 111,460 18% 79%
10 Civil engineers 340 $78,070 $56,380 - 104,480 18% 87%
11 Social and human service assistants 300 $27,510 $19,280 - 41,030 34% 58%
12 Computer specialists, all other 290 $78,730 $58,130 - 100,160 15% 68%
13 Engineers, all other 270 $84,490 $27,630 - 128,560 6% 82%
14 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 270 $69,130 $41,760 - 99,090 17% 56%
15 Electronics engineers, except computer 220 $90,810 $65,460 - 122,190 4% 81%
16 Computer systems analysts 220 $80,710 $53,070 - 104,450 29% 68%
17 Lawyers 190 $83,680 $38,590 - 139,130 11% 99%
18 Pharmacists 170 $105,600 $84,060 - 132,410 22% 97%
19 Financial managers 170 $96,760 $58,900 - 152,860 13% 60%
20 Rehabilitation counselors 170 $0 $ - 23% 73%
21 Computer software engineers, applications 160 $84,710 $58,100 - 112,780 45% 85%
22 Occupational health and safety specialists 160 $71,730 $50,400 - 96,630 8% 72%
23 Child, family, and school social workers 160 $47,940 $32,290 - 63,160 19% 77%
24 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 150 $93,110 $75,280 - 114,680 8% 78%
25 Financial specialists, all other 150 $66,020 $41,470 - 98,250 12% 50%
26 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 150 $54,090 $35,260 - 76,140 13% 73%
27 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 150 $49,440 $27,800 - 67,330 18% 56%
28 Mental health counselors 150 $36,770 $26,620 - 52,100 30% 73%
29 Computer programmers 140 $74,050 $51,730 - 99,680 -4% 73%
30 Physical therapists 140 $73,400 $57,280 - 88,950 27% 89%
31 Self-enrichment education teachers 140 $33,140 $19,860 - 41,760 23% 54%
32 Network and computer systems administrators 130 $63,700 $40,380 - 85,220 27% 50%
33 Coaches and scouts 130 $41,880 $22,880 - 53,870 15% 60%
34 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 120 $71,900 $47,180 - 98,080 25% 93%
35 Medical and public health social workers 120 $49,310 $36,630 - 65,360 24% 77%
36 Advertising sales agents 120 $36,740 $19,760 - 72,190 20% 56%
37 Librarians 110 $61,000 $45,560 - 78,690 4% 85%
38 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 110 $57,480 $42,400 - 76,010 -5% 96%
39 Computer and information systems managers 100 $105,800 $74,550 - 143,100 16% 73%
40 Sales and related workers, all other 100 $63,130 $22,620 - 133,270 14% 62%
41 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 100 $54,530 $40,540 - 67,380 20% 87%
42 Medical and health services managers 90 $96,820 $50,820 - 141,570 16% 57%
43 Architects, except landscape and naval 90 $96,810 $37,780 - 18% 88%
44 Electrical engineers 90 $76,930 $54,890 - 102,540 6% 81%
45 Network systems and data communications analysts 90 $66,380 $39,720 - 100,560 53% 57%
46 Sales managers 80 $100,710 $58,050 - 155,340 10% 69%
47 Industrial engineers 80 $84,040 $57,910 - 111,050 20% 74%
48 Chemists 80 $72,420 $45,930 - 99,500 9% 93%
49 Public relations specialists 80 $57,970 $36,780 - 95,860 18% 81%
50 Education, training, and library workers, all other 80 $46,710 $29,980 - 71,720 11% 79%
51 Community and social service specialists, all other 80 $31,520 $19,470 - 48,280 25% 58%
52 Computer hardware engineers 70 $103,290 $76,160 - 151,060 5% 70%
53 Computer software engineers, systems software 70 $91,860 $53,270 - 127,770 28% 85%
54 Environmental engineers 70 $87,690 $61,280 - 116,880 25% 86%
55 Occupational therapists 70 $68,280 $47,050 - 86,470 23% 90%
56 Social and community service managers 70 $62,420 $37,530 - 85,900 25% 72%
57 Speech-language pathologists 70 $61,800 $48,380 - 79,220 11% 98%
58 Engineering managers 60 $110,140 $75,420 - 134,960 7% 84%
59 Physician assistants 60 $95,680 $68,270 - 112,640 27% 67%
60 Managers, all other 60 $88,980 $56,740 - 121,900 7% 55%
61 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 60 $66,050 $51,260 - 81,110 16% 99%
62 Urban and regional planners 60 $64,890 $51,070 - 83,980 15% 92%
63 Instructional coordinators 60 $56,810 $34,070 - 89,650 23% 79%
64 Chief executives 50 $140,010 $74,070 - 2% 65%
65 Veterinarians 50 $74,710 $42,290 - 121,310 35% 100%
66 Budget analysts 50 $64,950 $46,510 - 81,430 7% 78%
67 Zoologists and wildlife biologists 50 $63,290 $42,930 - 83,850 9% 95%
68 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 50 $56,760 $37,360 - 78,970 5% 58%
69 Special education teachers, secondary school 50 $54,760 $41,300 - 68,380 9% 87%
70 Market research analysts 50 $53,800 $31,280 - 92,290 20% 82%
71 Training and development specialists 50 $44,170 $28,860 - 71,100 18% 56%
72 Graphic designers 50 $39,950 $26,280 - 55,750 10% 55%
73 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 50 $0 $ - 12% 51%
74 Marketing managers 40 $99,720 $63,560 - 132,240 14% 69%
75 Detectives and criminal investigators 40 $76,630 $55,020 - 99,840 17% 54%
76 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 40 $71,360 $54,350 - 84,110 12% 51%
77 Social scientists and related workers, all other 40 $66,460 $48,740 - 93,850 5% 90%
78 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 40 $61,540 $22,110 - 136,730 25% 67%
79 Editors 40 $57,010 $41,220 - 81,920 2% 81%
80 Biological technicians 40 $37,620 $26,300 - 50,990 16% 60%
81 Floral designers 40 $24,840 $17,820 - 34,840 -9% 55%
82 Dentists, general 40 $0 $ - 9% 100%
83 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 30 $42,980 $29,900 - 65,570 18% 56%
84 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 30 $31,100 $17,850 - 54,420 11% 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 Retail salespersons 3,480 $29,880 $17,990 - 49,410 12% 25%
2 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 2,610 $20,390 $17,310 - 24,970 18% 5%
3 Cashiers 2,270 $23,530 $17,460 - 37,140 -3% 10%
4 Office clerks, general 1,560 $27,010 $18,390 - 38,000 13% 19%
5 Waiters and waitresses 1,370 $27,670 $18,100 - 38,510 11% 14%
6 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,350 $37,370 $25,600 - 50,330 13% 16%
7 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,280 $27,090 $18,160 - 40,930 -8% 8%
8 Business operations specialists, all other 1,180 $77,460 $50,590 - 113,470 21% 49%
9 Teacher assistants 1,100 $28,000 $19,870 - 37,110 10% 18%
10 Customer service representatives 1,080 $25,000 $20,030 - 33,590 25% 22%
11 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,060 $27,600 $18,670 - 38,030 15% 4%
12 Electricians 1,010 $57,110 $37,460 - 79,000 7% 7%
13 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 970 $28,230 $19,430 - 37,010 18% 7%
14 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 950 $29,400 $19,270 - 44,720 2% 5%
15 Carpenters 940 $49,130 $31,210 - 65,350 10% 6%
16 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 910 $35,550 $25,300 - 47,470 1% 18%
17 Cooks, restaurant 850 $22,700 $17,790 - 29,720 12% 5%
18 Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 840 $53,090 $38,060 - 66,570 8% 9%
19 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 800 $48,740 $26,000 - 88,840 4% 25%
20 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 720 $56,160 $36,160 - 88,270 11% 4%
21 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 720 $46,540 $28,900 - 67,450 6% 29%
22 Counter and rental clerks 710 $26,900 $17,910 - 36,990 23% 16%
23 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 690 $74,290 $51,760 - 97,080 7% 13%
24 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 680 $28,320 $18,910 - 40,240 18% 6%
25 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 660 $70,670 $51,580 - 89,610 9% 10%
26 Medical secretaries 640 $34,340 $26,870 - 46,380 17% 18%
27 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 600 $49,170 $32,570 - 62,880 5% 2%
28 Painters, construction and maintenance 600 $44,620 $29,730 - 59,840 12% 6%
29 Receptionists and information clerks 590 $25,470 $18,470 - 32,460 17% 13%
30 Maintenance and repair workers, general 560 $41,550 $26,220 - 57,570 10% 6%
31 Construction laborers 550 $34,750 $21,990 - 51,670 11% 5%
32 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 550 $20,560 $17,050 - 26,070 10% 8%
33 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 540 $33,380 $22,490 - 46,430 11% 14%
34 Fire fighters 500 $53,740 $22,760 - 82,120 12% 18%
35 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 500 $43,610 $25,870 - 61,330 14% 4%
36 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 490 $40,890 $27,090 - 51,680 10% 4%
37 Bus drivers, school 450 $32,240 $22,410 - 41,880 9% 4%
38 Medical assistants 430 $32,290 $25,930 - 40,380 35% 10%
39 General and operations managers 420 $116,420 $60,660 - 2% 48%
40 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 420 $42,920 $35,330 - 52,010 14% 7%
41 Tellers 420 $25,130 $20,420 - 31,410 14% 16%
42 Home health aides 410 $21,830 $17,700 - 25,930 49% 7%
43 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 400 $56,490 $35,100 - 75,980 11% 33%
44 Child care workers 390 $21,310 $17,560 - 26,370 18% 15%
45 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 380 $70,070 $51,490 - 87,190 -5% 15%
46 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 370 $30,900 $19,930 - 44,540 8% 4%
47 Packers and packagers, hand 370 $22,790 $17,220 - 36,600 -12% 3%
48 Gaming dealers 360 $23,970 $17,010 - 31,930 24% 11%
49 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 350 $74,010 $38,980 - 99,710 4% 30%
50 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 350 $22,120 $17,370 - 30,560 13% 5%
51 Food preparation workers 340 $23,740 $18,060 - 31,090 15% 7%
52 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 330 $42,580 $31,790 - 57,920 15% 18%
53 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 330 $30,210 $18,840 - 39,500 12% 6%
54 Team assemblers 310 $32,010 $22,780 - 42,830 0% 5%
55 Dishwashers 310 $19,250 $17,070 - 21,630 10% 3%
56 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 300 $38,400 $26,020 - 50,280 4% 6%
57 Dental assistants 290 $35,080 $27,350 - 41,120 29% 9%
58 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 290 $32,000 $23,840 - 41,540 4% 15%
59 Office and administrative support workers, all other 290 $30,230 $19,040 - 42,390 -9% 32%
60 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 280 $46,730 $28,440 - 63,030 8% 3%
61 Security guards 280 $31,650 $18,770 - 48,540 17% 13%
62 Computer support specialists 270 $41,450 $27,420 - 59,280 13% 43%
63 Bartenders 270 $29,320 $19,030 - 39,750 11% 17%
64 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 270 $24,380 $18,100 - 33,720 14% 3%
65 Cooks, fast food 270 $19,770 $17,390 - 21,240 8% 5%
66 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 270 $19,720 $17,220 - 23,280 12% 6%
67 All other information and record clerks 260 $40,370 $27,420 - 51,780 -13% 21%
68 Logisticians 250 $69,740 $43,390 - 99,220 17% 43%
69 Electrical and electronics repairers, commercial and industrial equipment 240 $57,870 $50,980 - 68,700 7% 0%
70 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 240 $29,760 $22,100 - 38,400 11% 5%
71 Dental hygienists 230 $93,150 $85,390 - 103,580 30% 33%
72 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 230 $19,760 $17,320 - 23,440 10% 17%
73 Postal service mail carriers 230 $0 $ - 1% 11%
74 Machinists 220 $53,820 $35,650 - 65,980 -3% 3%
75 Driver/sales workers 220 $28,550 $21,800 - 33,700 -5% 4%
76 Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 210 $74,070 $58,400 - 95,210 4% 18%
77 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 210 $63,010 $36,760 - 96,200 0% 42%
78 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 210 $38,170 $17,970 - 63,010 27% 47%
79 Pharmacy technicians 200 $36,840 $28,480 - 48,010 32% 16%
80 Library assistants, clerical 200 $26,820 $19,860 - 33,030 8% 37%
81 Sheet metal workers 190 $54,680 $41,280 - 66,560 7% 4%
82 Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 190 $50,630 $28,210 - 78,440 0% 0%
83 Court, municipal, and license clerks 190 $38,630 $29,560 - 49,070 9% 24%
84 Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 190 $36,790 $24,690 - 48,880 11% 29%
85 Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 180 $50,010 $32,470 - 64,370 12% 3%
86 Cement masons and concrete finishers 170 $48,940 $27,460 - 79,390 11% 2%
87 Insurance sales agents 170 $48,940 $27,540 - 74,700 13% 45%
88 Medical records and health information technicians 170 $35,170 $26,940 - 42,980 18% 12%
89 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 170 $31,990 $22,050 - 42,990 -1% 22%
90 Loan interviewers and clerks 170 $31,970 $23,220 - 44,750 -1% 24%
91 Construction managers 160 $97,040 $62,780 - 16% 29%
92 Industrial machinery mechanics 160 $45,320 $28,360 - 60,910 9% 5%
93 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 160 $43,760 $27,400 - 63,020 9% 3%
94 Recreation workers 160 $28,710 $17,840 - 49,540 13% 47%
95 Tire repairers and changers 160 $28,370 $19,330 - 39,390 20% 6%
96 Amusement and recreation attendants 160 $20,110 $17,470 - 24,530 24% 22%
97 Loan officers 150 $66,580 $37,180 - 110,660 12% 49%
98 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 150 $62,400 $39,360 - 81,830 10% 17%
99 Dispatchers, except police, fire, and ambulance 150 $34,240 $21,550 - 49,990 2% 11%
100 Nonfarm animal caretakers 140 $21,570 $17,690 - 26,250 18% 16%
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Jobs More Common Near Bremerton Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 53,090 840 11.1
Gaming dealers 23,970 360 9.4
Tapers 0 110 6.6
Electrical and electronics repairers, commercial and industrial equipment 57,870 240 6
Occupational health and safety specialists 71,730 160 5.9
Logisticians 69,740 250 4.3
Painters, construction and maintenance 44,620 600 4
Court, municipal, and license clerks 38,630 190 3.8
Fire fighters 53,740 500 3.5
Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 50,630 190 3.5
Mechanical engineers 82,040 440 3.4
Library assistants, clerical 26,820 200 3.4
Tire repairers and changers 28,370 160 3.3
Rehabilitation counselors 0 170 3.2
Teachers and instructors, all other 45,340 870 3.2
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 49,170 600 3.1
Engineers, all other 84,490 270 2.9
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 56,160 720 2.8
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 57,480 110 2.8
First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 74,290 690 2.8
Electricians 57,110 1,010 2.8
Counter and rental clerks 26,900 710 2.7
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 50,010 180 2.7
Electronics engineers, except computer 90,810 220 2.7
Mental health counselors 36,770 150 2.7
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 71,900 120 2.7
Computer specialists, all other 78,730 290 2.5
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 67,600 110 2.5
Procurement clerks 39,280 110 2.5
Medical secretaries 34,340 640 2.4
Veterinary technologists and technicians 28,190 100 2.3
Dental hygienists 93,150 230 2.3
Production, planning, and expediting clerks 74,010 350 2.2
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 38,620 130 2.2
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 74,070 210 2.2
Sheet metal workers 54,680 190 2.2
Civil engineers 78,070 340 2.2
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 69,130 270 2.1
All other information and record clerks 40,370 260 2.1
Office and administrative support workers, all other 30,230 290 2
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 70,670 660 2
Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 36,790 190 2
Bus drivers, school 32,240 450 2
Roofers 47,590 130 1.9
Nonfarm animal caretakers 21,570 140 1.9
Business operations specialists, all other 77,460 1,180 1.9
Carpenters 49,130 940 1.9
Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 20,560 550 1.8
Financial specialists, all other 66,020 150 1.8
Medical records and health information technicians 35,170 170 1.8

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Bremerton, Washington Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Production, planning, and expediting clerks 74,010 1.81 350
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 52,400 1.67 130
Bartenders 29,320 1.51 270
Waiters and waitresses 27,670 1.48 1,370
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 53,090 1.47 840
Dental hygienists 93,150 1.47 230
Machinists 53,820 1.46 220
Butchers and meat cutters 43,110 1.43 110
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 74,070 1.42 210
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 49,170 1.4 600
Sales representatives, services, all other 72,140 1.39 130
Roofers 47,590 1.35 130
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 38,400 1.35 300
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 70,070 1.32 380
Cement masons and concrete finishers 48,940 1.32 170
Business operations specialists, all other 77,460 1.32 1,180
Pharmacy technicians 36,840 1.31 200
Sheet metal workers 54,680 1.31 190
First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 74,290 1.31 690
Painters, construction and maintenance 44,620 1.3 600
Fire fighters 53,740 1.28 500
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 69,130 1.28 270
Cashiers 23,530 1.27 2,270
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 38,170 1.27 210
Cabinetmakers and bench carpenters 38,620 1.26 130
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 29,760 1.26 240
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 48,740 1.26 800
Teacher assistants 28,000 1.26 1,100
Security guards 31,650 1.25 280
Carpenters 49,130 1.25 940
Food preparation workers 23,740 1.24 340
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 67,600 1.23 110
Bus drivers, school 32,240 1.23 450
Bakers 29,600 1.23 110
Retail salespersons 29,880 1.22 3,480
All other information and record clerks 40,370 1.22 260
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 35,550 1.22 910
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 56,160 1.22 720
Electricians 57,110 1.22 1,010
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 29,400 1.22 950
First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 70,670 1.22 660
Maintenance and repair workers, general 41,550 1.21 560
General and operations managers 116,420 1.21 420
Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 27,600 1.21 1,060
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 30,210 1.2 330
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 43,610 1.2 500
First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 62,400 1.2 150
Tire repairers and changers 28,370 1.2 160
Teachers and instructors, all other 45,340 1.19 870
Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 63,010 1.19 210

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