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Yakima Employment

Employment and Industries in the Yakima, Washington Area

Yakima, Washington produces about 75% of the all the hops grown in the United States. Yakima is also known for its apple industry. The region also produces other types of fruits and different varieties of vegetables. A number of workers are involved with picking and processing as well as marketing and support services for the thriving agricultural sector.

Notable companies involved with food processing are Smuckers, Del-Monte, Seneca Foods and Tree Top. The wine industry has been a bright spot for the Yakima region. The area includes more than fifty wineries.

Yakima is home to aerospace companies such as GE Aviation, Filtrona Extrusion and Cub Crafters. In addition, healthcare and educational services are major industries.

Noteworthy data regarding Yakima, Washington: Adult residents holding a bachelor's degree or better: 16%. Cost of living index in 2008: 84.3 (national average: 100). Average salary in 2009: $27,000.

Yakima's top job providing sectors are healthcare, educational services; agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting; grocery related product merchant wholesalers; technical sales support, construction, and accommodation and food services.

The largest employers in Yakima Washington:

  • Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital - Medical
  • Yakima School District No. 7 - Education
  • Walmart - Distribution Center/Retail Stores
  • Yakima County - Government
  • Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic
  • Yakima Regional - Medical
  • City of Yakima - Government
  • Yakima Valley Community College - Education
  • Shields Bag & Printing Co - Plastics and printing manufacturing
  • Washington Fruit & Produce Co - Fruit packing
  • Yakima Training Center - Government
  • Quality Transportation/Haney - Trucking/Transportation Brokers
  • Snowkist Growers - Food Processing
  • GE Aviation Systems - Aircraft Hydraulics/Manufacturing
  • Del Monte Foods - Food processing
  • Safeway Stores, Inc - Grocery
  • Catholic Family & Child Service - Community service agency
  • Jack Frost Fruit - Fruit packing
  • Qwest - Telephone

Some of the associations offering assistance to Yakima businesses are:

Information regarding Yakima business and industry is provided by the Yakima Herald Republic.

Most Popular Jobs in Yakima, 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 1,720 $62,840 $44,970 - 83,790 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 1,420 $53,830 $37,600 - 73,430 14% 95%
3 Teachers and instructors, all other 800 $37,850 $31,480 - 44,250 9% 54%
4 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 710 $54,080 $38,800 - 73,000 11% 95%
5 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 650 $51,490 $29,430 - 77,980 8% 51%
6 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 560 $54,540 $37,890 - 72,770 6% 96%
7 Accountants and auditors 390 $66,540 $43,420 - 96,000 18% 79%
8 Social and human service assistants 380 $27,500 $19,250 - 38,450 34% 58%
9 Mental health counselors 350 $37,990 $27,760 - 51,520 30% 73%
10 Coaches and scouts 240 $35,050 $20,710 - 58,790 15% 60%
11 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 220 $91,770 $73,680 - 112,850 8% 78%
12 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 210 $53,930 $36,400 - 76,280 13% 73%
13 Rehabilitation counselors 210 $51,940 $34,100 - 69,530 23% 73%
14 Financial managers 180 $80,540 $53,300 - 121,170 13% 60%
15 Child, family, and school social workers 180 $50,560 $37,290 - 63,390 19% 77%
16 Civil engineers 160 $65,070 $52,240 - 83,050 18% 87%
17 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 160 $50,430 $36,290 - 67,260 17% 56%
18 Pharmacists 140 $97,170 $73,600 - 124,320 22% 97%
19 Self-enrichment education teachers 140 $35,030 $20,700 - 54,650 23% 54%
20 Lawyers 120 $81,320 $45,620 - 128,810 11% 99%
21 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 120 $58,030 $42,150 - 77,590 -5% 96%
22 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 120 $51,260 $36,800 - 68,230 25% 93%
23 Sales managers 110 $102,180 $48,560 - 163,870 10% 69%
24 Network and computer systems administrators 110 $64,980 $46,460 - 82,710 27% 50%
25 Medical and health services managers 100 $104,150 $43,470 - 16% 57%
26 Social and community service managers 100 $64,090 $36,820 - 111,820 25% 72%
27 Physical therapists 90 $73,560 $55,810 - 103,320 27% 89%
28 Floral designers 90 $24,780 $18,870 - 31,730 -9% 55%
29 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 80 $80,200 $42,670 - 125,290 12% 51%
30 Instructional coordinators 80 $66,830 $29,390 - 102,580 23% 79%
31 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 80 $52,680 $34,220 - 77,240 5% 58%
32 Public relations specialists 80 $52,300 $29,980 - 76,060 18% 81%
33 Education, training, and library workers, all other 80 $42,780 $28,660 - 64,330 11% 79%
34 Computer systems analysts 70 $75,830 $46,500 - 106,910 29% 68%
35 Occupational health and safety specialists 70 $66,970 $44,640 - 95,220 8% 72%
36 Advertising sales agents 70 $59,980 $23,620 - 99,260 20% 56%
37 Librarians 70 $57,270 $41,940 - 73,740 4% 85%
38 Sales and related workers, all other 70 $43,470 $19,170 - 66,510 14% 62%
39 Mental health and substance abuse social workers 70 $32,640 $21,300 - 49,140 30% 77%
40 Dentists, general 60 $206,460 $106,290 - 9% 100%
41 Managers, all other 60 $92,620 $46,020 - 133,690 7% 55%
42 Physician assistants 60 $79,870 $67,090 - 101,370 27% 67%
43 Speech-language pathologists 60 $63,080 $44,050 - 88,170 11% 98%
44 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 60 $57,390 $44,580 - 75,290 12% 51%
45 Urban and regional planners 60 $54,910 $38,720 - 74,630 15% 92%
46 Medical and public health social workers 60 $46,690 $29,480 - 64,010 24% 77%
47 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 60 $37,620 $26,870 - 49,970 15% 51%
48 Special education teachers, middle school 50 $54,560 $39,920 - 68,830 16% 87%
49 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 50 $49,720 $35,240 - 64,100 20% 87%
50 Health educators 50 $44,360 $30,300 - 60,930 26% 58%
51 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 50 $41,100 $26,360 - 63,080 18% 56%
52 Biological technicians 50 $35,740 $22,000 - 56,610 16% 60%
53 Reporters and correspondents 50 $35,190 $21,900 - 49,880 1% 85%
54 Chief executives 40 $135,430 $83,210 - 2% 65%
55 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 40 $61,860 $48,960 - 77,560 16% 99%
56 Market research analysts 40 $60,040 $38,540 - 83,200 20% 82%
57 Management analysts 40 $57,850 $43,630 - 75,690 22% 78%
58 Financial specialists, all other 40 $44,780 $33,690 - 61,890 12% 50%
59 Legislators 40 $40,050 $20,560 - 77,420 1% 65%
60 Graphic designers 40 $31,600 $21,760 - 40,810 10% 55%
61 Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates 30 $100,170 $70,500 - 138,170 5% 99%
62 Marketing managers 30 $95,800 $60,160 - 131,850 14% 69%
63 Occupational therapists 30 $73,660 $53,950 - 99,170 23% 90%
64 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 30 $58,000 $42,820 - 77,230 18% 56%
65 Budget analysts 30 $51,420 $39,730 - 64,000 7% 78%

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 2,350 $20,470 $17,050 - 26,710 18% 5%
2 Retail salespersons 2,240 $27,190 $17,870 - 43,280 12% 25%
3 Packers and packagers, hand 2,210 $21,650 $17,410 - 29,690 -12% 3%
4 Cashiers 2,170 $20,760 $17,360 - 25,810 -3% 10%
5 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 2,000 $23,240 $17,600 - 34,210 2% 5%
6 Office clerks, general 1,830 $27,010 $18,990 - 36,420 13% 19%
7 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 1,730 $33,780 $23,410 - 46,530 13% 16%
8 Teacher assistants 1,540 $26,980 $21,700 - 32,070 10% 18%
9 Waiters and waitresses 1,410 $23,710 $17,380 - 32,050 11% 14%
10 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,320 $38,580 $24,210 - 50,830 10% 4%
11 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,320 $25,630 $17,940 - 35,860 15% 4%
12 Stock clerks and order fillers 1,280 $23,920 $17,860 - 32,820 -8% 8%
13 Graders and sorters, agricultural products 1,190 $20,190 $17,290 - 24,630 -2% 0%
14 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 1,050 $31,430 $21,770 - 40,420 1% 18%
15 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,000 $22,820 $18,160 - 28,940 18% 7%
16 Industrial truck and tractor operators 890 $28,550 $19,530 - 40,980 -2% 2%
17 Maintenance and repair workers, general 840 $34,390 $22,180 - 48,180 10% 6%
18 Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 770 $20,480 $17,220 - 25,280 -3% 4%
19 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 700 $20,460 $17,290 - 25,310 13% 5%
20 Construction laborers 670 $33,310 $20,830 - 52,070 11% 5%
21 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 660 $46,000 $25,160 - 67,540 6% 29%
22 Receptionists and information clerks 650 $23,850 $18,160 - 31,600 17% 13%
23 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 640 $43,170 $23,170 - 71,650 4% 25%
24 Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 560 $26,130 $18,230 - 36,910 -5% 5%
25 Team assemblers 560 $25,610 $18,140 - 35,620 0% 5%
26 Cooks, restaurant 540 $22,590 $17,860 - 28,920 12% 5%
27 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 530 $28,170 $18,280 - 41,480 8% 4%
28 Food preparation workers 530 $21,520 $17,470 - 29,330 15% 7%
29 Child care workers 530 $20,310 $17,420 - 24,510 18% 15%
30 Butchers and meat cutters 520 $23,860 $17,930 - 35,380 2% 2%
31 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 480 $49,240 $31,970 - 71,080 -5% 15%
32 Medical secretaries 470 $30,660 $22,500 - 41,770 17% 18%
33 General and operations managers 450 $106,910 $60,880 - 2% 48%
34 Customer service representatives 450 $28,730 $18,380 - 41,450 25% 22%
35 Counter and rental clerks 440 $27,880 $18,420 - 38,660 23% 16%
36 Helpers--production workers 440 $22,390 $17,620 - 30,360 -1% 4%
37 Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 430 $25,700 $17,930 - 39,670 -7% 14%
38 Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 420 $27,190 $21,280 - 40,820 -7% 0%
39 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 400 $35,560 $22,460 - 53,270 14% 4%
40 Security guards 400 $25,500 $17,410 - 41,030 17% 13%
41 Carpenters 390 $44,240 $22,680 - 69,050 10% 6%
42 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 380 $33,630 $21,350 - 51,600 11% 14%
43 Tellers 370 $23,860 $18,350 - 32,160 14% 16%
44 Cooks, fast food 360 $18,820 $17,050 - 20,020 8% 5%
45 Bus drivers, school 350 $32,220 $25,780 - 39,630 9% 4%
46 Medical assistants 350 $32,040 $22,190 - 46,410 35% 10%
47 Business operations specialists, all other 330 $64,410 $37,760 - 89,820 21% 49%
48 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 330 $28,920 $19,000 - 40,360 18% 6%
49 Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 330 $21,410 $17,570 - 28,190 14% 3%
50 Driver/sales workers 320 $31,680 $22,840 - 45,290 -5% 4%
51 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 310 $30,460 $21,830 - 39,960 4% 15%
52 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 300 $42,560 $33,660 - 51,340 14% 7%
53 Industrial machinery mechanics 300 $42,330 $29,300 - 53,710 9% 5%
54 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 280 $47,360 $27,650 - 72,470 11% 4%
55 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 280 $18,980 $17,360 - 20,660 10% 8%
56 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 270 $62,950 $38,950 - 91,460 11% 33%
57 Medical records and health information technicians 270 $31,240 $21,620 - 42,510 18% 12%
58 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 270 $30,690 $20,980 - 43,700 4% 6%
59 Office and administrative support workers, all other 270 $27,710 $21,330 - 37,750 -9% 32%
60 Preschool teachers, except special education 270 $25,730 $17,890 - 33,820 26% 43%
61 Parts salespersons 260 $30,530 $20,430 - 47,540 -2% 6%
62 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 250 $60,360 $37,300 - 81,120 9% 10%
63 Dishwashers 250 $18,890 $17,090 - 20,740 10% 3%
64 Fire fighters 240 $45,190 $19,260 - 73,600 12% 18%
65 Painters, construction and maintenance 240 $36,120 $23,080 - 55,490 12% 6%
66 Dental assistants 240 $32,920 $21,280 - 41,750 29% 9%
67 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 240 $25,940 $18,360 - 33,320 11% 5%
68 Bartenders 240 $24,910 $17,150 - 32,440 11% 17%
69 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 220 $59,390 $39,710 - 79,880 7% 13%
70 Electricians 220 $56,030 $34,210 - 79,970 7% 7%
71 Computer support specialists 220 $40,090 $25,450 - 53,000 13% 43%
72 Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 210 $33,910 $23,100 - 48,080 5% 2%
73 Machinists 200 $39,740 $25,200 - 55,340 -3% 3%
74 Production workers, all other 200 $23,440 $16,940 - 44,310 2% 5%
75 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 200 $20,040 $17,180 - 24,660 12% 6%
76 Postal service mail carriers 200 $0 $ - 1% 11%
77 Drywall and ceiling tile installers 190 $42,350 $27,260 - 61,620 7% 2%
78 First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 190 $38,590 $21,770 - 55,000 13% 17%
79 Paralegals and legal assistants 190 $36,950 $23,300 - 56,120 22% 45%
80 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 180 $41,210 $27,580 - 59,870 15% 18%
81 Pharmacy technicians 180 $33,300 $24,140 - 40,790 32% 16%
82 Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers 180 $20,600 $17,350 - 26,790 17% 18%
83 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 180 $19,980 $17,330 - 24,220 17% 14%
84 Dental hygienists 170 $83,510 $67,710 - 105,320 30% 33%
85 Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 170 $33,830 $24,130 - 52,980 0% 0%
86 Assemblers and fabricators, all other 170 $21,810 $17,650 - 25,980 -9% 5%
87 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 160 $45,340 $28,400 - 65,120 8% 3%
88 Cement masons and concrete finishers 160 $35,550 $24,460 - 51,070 11% 2%
89 Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 160 $35,270 $21,820 - 57,560 8% 9%
90 Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 160 $22,810 $17,750 - 30,680 12% 0%
91 Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 150 $35,100 $27,050 - 41,970 -1% 22%
92 Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 150 $30,670 $22,790 - 40,730 10% 24%
93 Healthcare support workers, all other 150 $29,650 $19,700 - 39,490 16% 10%
94 Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists 140 $40,330 $26,780 - 53,130 12% 3%
95 Payroll and timekeeping clerks 140 $34,710 $22,940 - 48,870 3% 18%
96 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 140 $19,910 $17,090 - 22,330 10% 17%
97 Demonstrators and product promoters 140 $18,920 $17,230 - 19,960 18% 26%
98 Radiologic technologists and technicians 130 $57,180 $41,560 - 75,970 15% 25%
99 First-line supervisors/managers of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators 130 $47,840 $32,590 - 65,270 10% 17%
100 Agricultural inspectors 130 $40,270 $26,490 - 63,190 -1% 26%
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Jobs More Common Near Yakima Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Graders and sorters, agricultural products 20,190 1,190 113.7
Agricultural inspectors 40,270 130 61.7
Extruding and drawing machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic 27,190 420 11
Food cooking machine operators and tenders 25,280 130 9.6
Butchers and meat cutters 23,860 520 8.4
Mental health counselors 37,990 350 6.6
Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 20,480 770 5.8
Packers and packagers, hand 21,650 2,210 5.4
Rehabilitation counselors 51,940 210 4.1
Demonstrators and product promoters 18,920 140 3.6
Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers 20,600 180 3.4
Vocational education teachers, postsecondary 33,830 170 3.2
Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders 26,130 560 3.2
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 58,030 120 3.2
Teachers and instructors, all other 37,850 800 3
Medical records and health information technicians 31,240 270 3
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 42,350 190 2.9
Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 51,260 120 2.8
Industrial truck and tractor operators 28,550 890 2.7
Coaches and scouts 35,050 240 2.7
Teacher assistants 26,980 1,540 2.4
Court, municipal, and license clerks 38,130 110 2.3
Social and human service assistants 27,500 380 2.2
Parts salespersons 30,530 260 2.2
Installation, maintenance, and repair workers, all other 35,270 160 2.2
Industrial machinery mechanics 42,330 300 2.2
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 54,080 710 2.1
Helpers--installation, maintenance, and repair workers 22,810 160 2
Office and administrative support workers, all other 27,710 270 2
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 91,770 220 2
Elementary school teachers, except special education 53,830 1,420 1.9
First-line supervisors/managers of helpers, laborers, and material movers, hand 38,590 190 1.9
Roofers 38,570 120 1.9
Medical secretaries 30,660 470 1.9
Helpers--production workers 22,390 440 1.8
Cleaners of vehicles and equipment 21,410 330 1.8
Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers 25,700 430 1.8
Counter and rental clerks 27,880 440 1.8
Dental hygienists 83,510 170 1.8
Fire fighters 45,190 240 1.7
Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 33,780 1,730 1.7
Painters, construction and maintenance 36,120 240 1.7
Production workers, all other 23,440 200 1.7
Child care workers 20,310 530 1.7
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 53,930 210 1.6
Driver/sales workers 31,680 320 1.6
Bus drivers, school 32,220 350 1.6
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 23,240 2,000 1.6
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 20,470 2,350 1.6
Social and community service managers 64,090 100 1.6

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

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Rehabilitation counselors 51,940 1.44 210
Dental hygienists 83,510 1.31 170
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 62,950 1.3 270
Bartenders 24,910 1.28 240
Waiters and waitresses 23,710 1.27 1,410
Child, family, and school social workers 50,560 1.24 180
Bus drivers, school 32,220 1.23 350
Teacher assistants 26,980 1.21 1,540
Driver/sales workers 31,680 1.21 320
Counter and rental clerks 27,880 1.2 440
Electricians 56,030 1.2 220
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 28,920 1.19 330
Bill and account collectors 36,630 1.19 130
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 20,470 1.19 2,350
Pharmacy technicians 33,300 1.18 180
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 23,430 1.18 120
Taxi drivers and chauffeurs 25,150 1.16 130
Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 20,040 1.15 200
Court, municipal, and license clerks 38,130 1.15 110
Ushers, lobby attendants, and ticket takers 20,600 1.14 180
Medical assistants 32,040 1.14 350
Carpenters 44,240 1.13 390
Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 91,770 1.12 220
Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 19,910 1.12 140
Food preparation workers 21,520 1.12 530
Cashiers 20,760 1.12 2,170
Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 25,630 1.12 1,320
Radiologic technologists and technicians 57,180 1.12 130
Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 38,890 1.12 120
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 43,170 1.12 640
Retail salespersons 27,190 1.11 2,240
Accountants and auditors 66,540 1.11 390
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 33,630 1.11 380
General and operations managers 106,910 1.11 450
Vocational education teachers, secondary school 58,030 1.11 120
Drywall and ceiling tile installers 42,350 1.1 190
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 25,940 1.1 240
Dishwashers 18,890 1.1 250
Business operations specialists, all other 64,410 1.09 330
Roofers 38,570 1.09 120
Cooks, fast food 18,820 1.08 360
Interviewers, except eligibility and loan 30,670 1.08 150
Elementary school teachers, except special education 53,830 1.08 1,420
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 31,430 1.08 1,050
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 30,690 1.08 270
Machinists 39,740 1.08 200
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 42,560 1.08 300
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 54,080 1.07 710
Fire fighters 45,190 1.07 240
Construction laborers 33,310 1.07 670

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