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Kennewick Employment

Employment and Industries in the Kennewick, Washington Area

The major job providing segments in Kennewick, Washington are professional, scientific and technical services, healthcare, educational services, construction, accommodation and food services and the government. Management, professional and related occupations (30% of the workforce). Sales and office occupations (25% of the jobs).

The Kennewick region's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory employs a large number of scientists. Agriculture is an important economic element for Kennewick. The area includes a thriving wine industry. Tourism also contributes to the economy due to the popularity of outdoor activities. Educational, health and social services are major industries in Kennewick.

Noteworthy information about Kennewick, Washington: Adult residents holding a bachelor's degree or better: 22%. Cost of living index in 2008: 84.1 (national average: 100). Average earnings in 2009: $34,000.

Kennewick's major job providers are shown below:

  • Kennewick Public Hospital District
  • American Building Maintenance Co-West
  • JC Penney Corporation, Inc
  • Weston Lamb Sales Inc
  • Cascade Columbia Foods LTD
  • Valley Roz Orchards Inc
  • Public Utility District No 1 of Benton County
  • Costco Wholesale Corporation
  • Home Depot USA, Inc
  • Welch Foods Inc, A Cooperative
  • Columbia Colstor, Inc
  • Neil F Lampson, Inc
  • Kennewick School District 17
  • Macy's Retail Holdings, Inc
  • Walmart Stores, Inc
  • Kennewick Industrial & Electrical Supply Inc
  • Tisport, LLC

Some of the jobs more popular in Kennewick when compared to most other cities are nuclear engineers, graders and sorters of agricultural products, occupational health and safety specialists, farm equipment mechanics, chemical engineers, civil engineers, environmental scientists and specialists, and chemists.

Local companies are invited to work with organizations including:

The Tri-City Herald is a good resource regarding local business and industry news.

Most Popular Jobs in Kennewick, 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 Civil engineers 1,730 $85,880 $56,200 - 123,840 18% 87%
2 Registered nurses 1,400 $61,520 $43,700 - 82,180 24% 56%
3 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,060 $52,260 $36,570 - 67,350 14% 95%
4 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 660 $57,860 $41,640 - 76,060 6% 96%
5 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 620 $41,770 $21,450 - 66,050 8% 51%
6 Teachers and instructors, all other 600 $40,730 $27,620 - 74,960 9% 54%
7 Occupational health and safety specialists 560 $75,800 $65,170 - 96,420 8% 72%
8 Accountants and auditors 520 $64,360 $42,080 - 94,410 18% 79%
9 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 480 $55,310 $39,600 - 74,410 11% 95%
10 Engineers, all other 470 $95,420 $61,500 - 129,470 6% 82%
11 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 450 $82,050 $49,610 - 121,650 25% 93%
12 Chemists 440 $88,900 $56,950 - 126,550 9% 93%
13 Engineering managers 400 $123,850 $91,050 - 162,230 7% 84%
14 Managers, all other 400 $116,420 $70,010 - 160,630 7% 55%
15 Computer systems analysts 360 $77,050 $52,420 - 105,280 29% 68%
16 Nuclear engineers 340 $98,070 $74,660 - 127,930 7% 82%
17 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 280 $65,750 $46,360 - 94,090 17% 56%
18 Financial managers 270 $91,470 $57,170 - 131,070 13% 60%
19 Industrial engineers 260 $88,100 $66,210 - 117,480 20% 74%
20 Mechanical engineers 260 $86,640 $65,220 - 119,510 4% 78%
21 Social and human service assistants 250 $30,720 $20,900 - 43,700 34% 58%
22 Chemical engineers 230 $100,860 $72,890 - 135,800 8% 91%
23 Environmental engineers 220 $91,580 $62,020 - 123,570 25% 86%
24 Electrical engineers 200 $91,550 $59,650 - 124,510 6% 81%
25 Rehabilitation counselors 190 $36,800 $22,780 - 53,660 23% 73%
26 Computer specialists, all other 180 $72,450 $32,630 - 114,140 15% 68%
27 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 170 $70,910 $35,000 - 126,830 25% 67%
28 Pharmacists 160 $104,240 $87,910 - 129,290 22% 97%
29 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 160 $90,540 $73,160 - 109,520 8% 78%
30 Computer software engineers, applications 160 $89,680 $59,070 - 129,690 45% 85%
31 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 160 $57,170 $41,770 - 79,100 13% 73%
32 Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 150 $38,850 $25,800 - 50,390 34% 73%
33 Lawyers 140 $92,150 $56,410 - 137,910 11% 99%
34 Mental health counselors 140 $39,290 $26,650 - 54,690 30% 73%
35 Computer and information systems managers 130 $119,230 $80,970 - 16% 73%
36 Training and development specialists 130 $72,150 $40,930 - 98,060 18% 56%
37 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 130 $56,090 $39,050 - 75,530 -5% 96%
38 Coaches and scouts 130 $37,310 $18,650 - 62,010 15% 60%
39 Self-enrichment education teachers 130 $35,170 $22,760 - 49,560 23% 54%
40 Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors 120 $91,560 $68,230 - 121,120 10% 74%
41 Management analysts 120 $90,410 $57,240 - 129,720 22% 78%
42 Network systems and data communications analysts 120 $67,410 $43,960 - 95,470 53% 57%
43 Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 120 $46,170 $33,610 - 61,270 14% 54%
44 Advertising sales agents 120 $41,830 $18,150 - 78,280 20% 56%
45 Graphic designers 120 $37,350 $22,380 - 61,970 10% 55%
46 Physical therapists 100 $66,550 $52,720 - 84,560 27% 89%
47 Public relations specialists 100 $63,090 $35,850 - 93,370 18% 81%
48 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 100 $58,480 $38,750 - 93,900 12% 51%
49 Librarians 100 $58,150 $44,080 - 75,730 4% 85%
50 Sales managers 90 $111,380 $59,650 - 10% 69%
51 Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 90 $80,800 $51,900 - 109,960 22% 93%
52 Technical writers 90 $68,330 $47,900 - 92,750 20% 74%
53 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 90 $54,420 $41,630 - 67,380 20% 87%
54 Biological technicians 90 $35,150 $21,510 - 50,580 16% 60%
55 Physical scientists, all other 80 $96,750 $63,970 - 129,350 6% 98%
56 Computer software engineers, systems software 80 $88,670 $61,080 - 111,710 28% 85%
57 Network and computer systems administrators 80 $73,760 $54,850 - 103,390 27% 50%
58 Occupational health and safety technicians 80 $63,660 $45,170 - 79,220 15% 72%
59 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 80 $53,390 $31,760 - 89,560 5% 58%
60 Financial specialists, all other 80 $50,370 $37,680 - 60,020 12% 50%
61 Dentists, general 70 $201,540 $138,240 - 9% 100%
62 Purchasing managers 70 $111,240 $76,830 - 154,580 3% 57%
63 Medical and health services managers 70 $97,820 $66,760 - 127,620 16% 57%
64 Surveyors 70 $68,920 $51,510 - 92,840 24% 82%
65 Education, training, and library workers, all other 70 $53,470 $35,580 - 76,060 11% 79%
66 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 70 $53,260 $41,740 - 66,910 12% 51%
67 Child, family, and school social workers 70 $52,580 $41,260 - 63,590 19% 77%
68 Computer programmers 70 $47,120 $19,820 - 74,530 -4% 73%
69 Human resources managers, all other 60 $104,640 $74,180 - 136,660 11% 58%
70 Speech-language pathologists 60 $64,370 $47,600 - 85,130 11% 98%
71 Sales and related workers, all other 60 $55,610 $19,500 - 115,660 14% 62%
72 Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 60 $25,230 $19,040 - 30,650 11% 55%
73 Personal financial advisors 50 $115,460 $44,220 - 41% 81%
74 Electronics engineers, except computer 50 $89,990 $65,410 - 125,190 4% 81%
75 Physician assistants 50 $86,430 $72,010 - 103,370 27% 67%
76 Instructional coordinators 50 $77,180 $54,560 - 105,000 23% 79%
77 Financial analysts 50 $72,540 $54,560 - 85,480 34% 87%
78 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 50 $65,010 $48,710 - 82,260 16% 99%
79 Special education teachers, secondary school 50 $53,460 $36,970 - 67,220 9% 87%
80 Health educators 50 $50,790 $35,390 - 70,980 26% 58%
81 Medical and public health social workers 50 $39,810 $17,850 - 67,510 24% 77%
82 Floral designers 50 $23,630 $18,860 - 30,020 -9% 55%
83 Chief executives 40 $198,520 $119,080 - 2% 65%
84 Occupational therapists 40 $70,930 $55,370 - 92,090 23% 90%
85 Database administrators 40 $66,330 $39,860 - 99,360 29% 72%
86 Editors 40 $64,200 $43,240 - 84,010 2% 81%
87 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 40 $59,730 $25,860 - 98,840 18% 56%
88 Market research analysts 40 $55,860 $35,240 - 81,450 20% 82%
89 Zoologists and wildlife biologists 40 $52,490 $35,400 - 82,060 9% 95%
90 Social and community service managers 40 $39,280 $22,130 - 65,510 25% 72%
91 Budget analysts 30 $73,720 $45,540 - 98,930 7% 78%
92 Urban and regional planners 30 $65,150 $45,430 - 87,420 15% 92%
93 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 30 $59,190 $41,510 - 77,850 18% 56%
94 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 30 $43,440 $31,920 - 54,120 30% 77%

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 3,240 $29,130 $17,660 - 48,550 12% 25%
2 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 2,960 $20,110 $17,270 - 24,440 18% 5%
3 Cashiers 2,810 $21,200 $17,280 - 28,850 -3% 10%
4 Office clerks, general 1,830 $28,240 $19,070 - 39,280 13% 19%
5 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,550 $25,280 $17,900 - 36,710 15% 4%
6 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 1,340 $23,190 $17,520 - 31,120 2% 5%
7 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,320 $34,440 $22,700 - 47,850 13% 16%
8 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,270 $34,220 $23,850 - 45,920 1% 18%
9 Teacher assistants 1,220 $27,590 $19,380 - 33,140 10% 18%
10 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,200 $24,160 $17,570 - 35,650 -8% 8%
11 Waiters and waitresses 1,180 $24,890 $17,730 - 32,530 11% 14%
12 Carpenters 1,130 $47,610 $28,730 - 65,800 10% 6%
13 Packers and packagers, hand 1,120 $22,090 $17,490 - 31,620 -12% 3%
14 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 980 $43,730 $28,510 - 59,150 10% 4%
15 Construction laborers 900 $30,330 $18,920 - 47,630 11% 5%
16 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 840 $37,590 $24,060 - 54,560 4% 25%
17 Business operations specialists, all other 780 $70,340 $45,380 - 99,290 21% 49%
18 Receptionists and information clerks 770 $24,740 $19,330 - 31,530 17% 13%
19 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 760 $51,080 $27,410 - 77,860 6% 29%
20 Maintenance and repair workers, general 750 $36,630 $19,000 - 54,070 10% 6%
21 Industrial truck and tractor operators 730 $29,110 $19,590 - 39,690 -2% 2%
22 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 680 $25,680 $18,490 - 36,560 18% 6%
23 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 680 $23,330 $18,010 - 30,260 18% 7%
24 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 670 $57,900 $30,730 - 81,030 11% 4%
25 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 670 $25,870 $18,280 - 36,060 -5% 5%
26 Child care workers 660 $19,800 $17,350 - 23,180 18% 15%
27 Electricians 610 $53,830 $27,320 - 78,880 7% 7%
28 Security guards 610 $47,250 $27,210 - 63,620 17% 13%
29 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 600 $44,950 $33,740 - 61,360 15% 18%
30 Medical secretaries 580 $31,740 $25,650 - 40,130 17% 18%
31 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 570 $28,400 $18,180 - 53,780 8% 4%
32 General and operations managers 560 $117,520 $58,410 - 2% 48%
33 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 560 $20,100 $17,050 - 24,490 13% 5%
34 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 530 $61,200 $42,990 - 84,450 9% 10%
35 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 520 $32,380 $24,310 - 40,660 4% 15%
36 Cooks, restaurant 490 $22,920 $17,840 - 29,540 12% 5%
37 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 470 $36,140 $21,560 - 57,220 14% 4%
38 Counter and rental clerks 470 $24,530 $17,400 - 37,360 23% 16%
39 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 440 $27,490 $19,000 - 39,610 4% 6%
40 Driver/sales workers 420 $28,890 $18,960 - 38,530 -5% 4%
41 Customer service representatives 390 $31,050 $18,510 - 44,130 25% 22%
42 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 390 $30,350 $17,950 - 50,360 -7% 14%
43 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 380 $34,660 $22,190 - 49,250 11% 14%
44 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 380 $21,000 $17,570 - 25,970 10% 8%
45 Bus drivers, school 370 $30,520 $26,770 - 35,790 9% 4%
46 Tellers 370 $24,270 $18,160 - 31,950 14% 16%
47 Food preparation workers 340 $21,580 $17,600 - 28,530 15% 7%
48 Cooks, fast food 320 $18,650 $17,050 - 20,360 8% 5%
49 Medical assistants 310 $29,390 $21,530 - 39,890 35% 10%
50 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 310 $21,890 $17,280 - 30,140 14% 3%
51 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 300 $40,220 $32,160 - 49,980 14% 7%
52 Graders and sorters, agricultural products 300 $19,800 $17,170 - 24,140 -2% 0%
53 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 290 $67,970 $42,540 - 99,640 0% 42%
54 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 290 $63,810 $42,910 - 89,390 7% 13%
55 Fire fighters 290 $60,600 $43,610 - 78,860 12% 18%
56 Bartenders 290 $26,050 $18,000 - 33,740 11% 17%
57 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 280 $62,880 $33,140 - 100,710 -5% 15%
58 Industrial machinery mechanics 270 $52,250 $33,260 - 77,840 9% 5%
59 Dental assistants 270 $35,280 $24,910 - 47,430 29% 9%
60 Painters, construction and maintenance 260 $41,350 $24,010 - 70,520 12% 6%
61 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 250 $63,290 $47,440 - 81,340 11% 33%
62 Computer support specialists 250 $47,330 $29,130 - 67,860 13% 43%
63 Office and administrative support workers, all other 250 $34,990 $21,950 - 48,870 -9% 32%
64 Gaming dealers 240 $32,580 $23,960 - 39,900 24% 11%
65 Insurance sales agents 230 $46,990 $23,700 - 88,050 13% 45%
66 Healthcare support workers, all other 220 $30,270 $21,360 - 38,970 16% 10%
67 Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators, and tenders 220 $21,740 $17,520 - 28,870 -9% 3%
68 Dishwashers 220 $18,920 $17,050 - 20,560 10% 3%
69 Postal service mail carriers 220 $0 $ - 1% 11%
70 Architectural and civil drafters 210 $64,370 $35,500 - 98,940 6% 25%
71 Electrical power-line installers and repairers 200 $71,020 $55,530 - 84,490 7% 6%
72 Construction and building inspectors 200 $59,670 $31,970 - 105,440 18% 23%
73 Cost estimators 200 $59,200 $35,700 - 92,260 19% 32%
74 Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 200 $34,430 $18,940 - 59,260 27% 47%
75 Health technologists and technicians, all other 190 $65,970 $42,240 - 79,380 15% 27%
76 Production, planning, and expediting clerks 190 $55,200 $32,310 - 85,280 4% 30%
77 Sales representatives, services, all other 190 $49,710 $27,120 - 80,980 28% 48%
78 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 190 $41,080 $25,740 - 62,160 9% 3%
79 Chemical technicians 180 $55,690 $23,310 - 79,220 6% 37%
80 Radiologic technologists and technicians 180 $55,380 $39,790 - 75,510 15% 25%
81 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 180 $45,010 $28,220 - 61,390 12% 3%
82 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 180 $24,250 $17,390 - 38,850 12% 6%
83 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 180 $19,480 $17,070 - 23,140 12% 6%
84 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 180 $18,830 $17,110 - 20,530 10% 17%
85 Surveying and mapping technicians 170 $41,230 $28,460 - 56,660 19% 7%
86 Pharmacy technicians 170 $31,630 $21,930 - 40,050 32% 16%
87 Parts salespersons 170 $28,220 $18,490 - 42,110 -2% 6%
88 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 170 $25,370 $19,190 - 32,100 11% 5%
89 Amusement and recreation attendants 170 $23,790 $17,720 - 32,040 24% 22%
90 Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 160 $66,130 $53,020 - 79,240 4% 18%
91 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 160 $47,740 $29,620 - 67,060 10% 17%
92 All other information and record clerks 160 $41,740 $29,520 - 54,620 -13% 21%
93 Machinists 160 $40,450 $26,130 - 69,280 -3% 3%
94 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 160 $20,410 $17,380 - 24,580 17% 14%
95 Transportation, storage, and distribution managers 150 $86,020 $58,580 - 112,090 8% 25%
96 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 150 $60,310 $36,790 - 81,140 4% 38%
97 Administrative services managers 140 $107,510 $71,610 - 149,210 12% 40%
98 Dental hygienists 140 $91,360 $75,840 - 105,830 30% 33%
99 Loan officers 140 $62,670 $31,360 - 93,130 12% 49%
100 Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 140 $52,060 $33,870 - 76,800 0% 0%
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Jobs More Common Near Kennewick Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Nuclear engineers 98,070 340 96.3
Graders and sorters, agricultural products 19,800 300 25.4
Occupational health and safety specialists 75,800 560 19
Farm equipment mechanics 36,190 100 15.3
Chemical engineers 100,860 230 13.8
Civil engineers 85,880 1,730 10.1
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 82,050 450 9.3
Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors 91,560 120 8.7
Food cooking machine operators and tenders 26,150 130 8.6
Chemists 88,900 440 8.5
Environmental engineers 91,580 220 7
Cutting and slicing machine setters, operators, and tenders 21,740 220 6.4
Gaming dealers 32,580 240 5.8
Environmental science and protection technicians, including health 59,750 100 5.7
Stationary engineers and boiler operators 62,190 100 5
Chemical technicians 55,690 180 4.8
Engineers, all other 95,420 470 4.7
Health technologists and technicians, all other 65,970 190 4.6
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 71,020 200 4.2
Surveying and mapping technicians 41,230 170 4
Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 46,170 120 3.9
Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors 38,850 150 3.6
Engineering managers 123,850 400 3.4
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 25,870 670 3.4
Construction and building inspectors 59,670 200 3.4
Rehabilitation counselors 36,800 190 3.3
Structural iron and steel workers 60,900 110 3.1
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 56,090 130 3.1
Architectural and civil drafters 64,370 210 2.8
Transportation, storage, and distribution managers 86,020 150 2.6
Civil engineering technicians 50,700 130 2.5
Demonstrators and product promoters 19,360 110 2.5
Packers and packagers, hand 22,090 1,120 2.4
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 57,900 670 2.4
Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 52,060 140 2.4
Mental health counselors 39,290 140 2.3
Industrial engineers 88,100 260 2.1
Carpenters 47,610 1,130 2.1
Electrical engineers 91,550 200 2
Medical secretaries 31,740 580 2
Teachers and instructors, all other 40,730 600 2
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 65,750 280 2
Industrial truck and tractor operators 29,110 730 2
Healthcare support workers, all other 30,270 220 1.9
Fire fighters 60,600 290 1.9
Mechanical engineers 86,640 260 1.9
Driver/sales workers 28,890 420 1.9
Child care workers 19,800 660 1.8
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 52,860 130 1.8
Roofers 35,890 130 1.8

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Security guards 47,250 1.87 610
Health technologists and technicians, all other 65,970 1.62 190
Gaming dealers 32,580 1.5 240
Administrative services managers 107,510 1.48 140
Architectural and civil drafters 64,370 1.47 210
Fire fighters 60,600 1.44 290
Dental hygienists 91,360 1.44 140
Training and development specialists 72,150 1.43 130
Managers, all other 116,420 1.41 400
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 82,050 1.35 450
Production, planning, and expediting clerks 55,200 1.35 190
Chemists 88,900 1.35 440
Bartenders 26,050 1.34 290
Structural iron and steel workers 60,900 1.34 110
Waiters and waitresses 24,890 1.33 1,180
Chemical technicians 55,690 1.33 180
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 63,290 1.31 250
Electrical power-line installers and repairers 71,020 1.3 200
Amusement and recreation attendants 23,790 1.29 170
Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 67,970 1.28 290
Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors 91,560 1.27 120
Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 66,130 1.27 160
All other information and record clerks 41,740 1.26 160
Construction managers 106,090 1.26 110
Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 57,900 1.26 670
Teacher assistants 27,590 1.24 1,220
Occupational health and safety specialists 75,800 1.24 560
Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines 52,860 1.23 130
Environmental engineers 91,580 1.23 220
Management analysts 90,410 1.23 120
Library technicians 36,110 1.22 110
General and operations managers 117,520 1.22 560
Construction and building inspectors 59,670 1.22 200
Carpenters 47,610 1.21 1,130
Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 65,750 1.21 280
Industrial engineers 88,100 1.21 260
Painters, construction and maintenance 41,350 1.21 260
Business operations specialists, all other 70,340 1.19 780
Retail salespersons 29,130 1.19 3,240
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 62,880 1.19 280
Engineers, all other 95,420 1.19 470
Chemical engineers 100,860 1.18 230
Computer and information systems managers 119,230 1.18 130
Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 21,000 1.18 380
Industrial machinery mechanics 52,250 1.17 270
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 34,220 1.17 1,270
Civil engineers 85,880 1.17 1,730
Mechanical engineers 86,640 1.17 260
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 20,110 1.17 2,960
Bus drivers, school 30,520 1.17 370

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