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SOC Code Occupation Title Employment Change Average Annual Typical education needed for Entry 2022 Average Annual OES Wage
2020 2030 Level Percent Exits Transfers Change Openings
352014 Cooks, Restaurant 4,171 11,256 7,085 169.86 % 454 660 708 1,822 No formal educational credential $41,045
353011 Bartenders 1,670 3,745 2,075 124.25 % 123 328 208 659 No formal educational credential $38,589
359031 Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop 1,083 2,424 1,341 123.82 % 208 197 134 539 No formal educational credential $34,203
272090 Miscellaneous Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Relate 111 237 126 113.51 % 7 10 13 30 High school diploma or equivalent ***
353031 Waiters and Waitresses 5,428 11,498 6,070 111.82 % 621 1,011 607 2,239 No formal educational credential $40,644
393031 Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers 187 391 204 109.09 % 37 29 20 86 No formal educational credential $32,660
351011 Chefs and Head Cooks 641 1,314 673 104.99 % 29 96 67 192 High school diploma or equivalent $77,626
359021 Dishwashers 1,627 3,319 1,692 103.99 % 186 207 169 562 No formal educational credential $35,562
351012 First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Worke 2,489 5,077 2,588 103.97 % 169 386 259 814 High school diploma or equivalent $49,794
119051 Food Service Managers 1,101 2,223 1,122 101.90 % 51 133 112 296 High school diploma or equivalent $79,290
353023 Fast Food and Counter Workers 8,884 17,540 8,656 97.43 % 1,281 1,397 866 3,544 Less than high school $34,393
352015 Cooks, Short Order 838 1,627 789 94.15 % 72 106 79 257 No formal educational credential $38,732
274032 Film and Video Editors 213 411 198 92.95 % 10 20 20 50 Bachelor's degree $77,215
533031 Driver/Sales Workers 883 1,662 779 88.22 % 52 86 78 216 High school diploma or equivalent $39,142
434081 Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks 564 1,054 490 86.87 % 47 86 49 182 High school diploma or equivalent $40,828
396011 Baggage Porters and Bellhops 215 393 178 82.79 % 16 23 18 57 High school diploma or equivalent $38,624
352011 Cooks, Fast Food 506 902 396 78.26 % 41 60 40 141 No formal educational credential $37,805
272042 Musicians and Singers 332 583 251 75.60 % 27 26 25 78 No formal educational credential ***
352021 Food Preparation Workers 2,422 4,225 1,803 74.44 % 261 306 180 747 No formal educational credential $36,640
274011 Audio and Video Equipment Technicians 443 764 321 72.46 % 16 44 32 92 Postsecondary non-degree award $72,587
392021 Nonfarm Animal Caretakers 1,359 2,324 965 71.00 % 118 153 96 367 High school diploma or equivalent $40,398
399031 Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors 1,002 1,696 694 69.26 % 79 128 69 276 High school diploma or equivalent $57,882
119081 Lodging Managers 184 301 117 63.58 % 9 17 12 38 High school diploma or equivalent $93,354
535021 Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels 190 310 120 63.15 % 7 18 12 37 Postsecondary non-degree award $62,899
272021 Athletes and Sports Competitors 131 212 81 61.83 % 10 14 8 32 No formal educational credential ***
513011 Bakers 604 971 367 60.76 % 44 59 37 140 No formal educational credential $42,504
397010 Tour and Travel Guides 300 478 178 59.33 % 25 36 18 79 No formal educational credential $40,521
151212 Information Security Analysts 1,214 1,913 699 57.57 % 24 86 70 180 Bachelor's degree $128,064
352012 Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria 1,082 1,696 614 56.74 % 82 119 61 262 No formal educational credential $45,785
396012 Concierges 557 873 316 56.73 % 37 55 32 124 High school diploma or equivalent $45,316
532031 Flight Attendants 2,661 4,134 1,473 55.35 % 197 218 147 562 High school diploma or equivalent $75,058
291171 Nurse Practitioners 2,511 3,786 1,275 50.77 % 66 99 128 293 Master's degree $147,832
152041 Statisticians 792 1,189 397 50.12 % 20 50 40 110 Master's degree $111,808
271014 Multimedia Artists and Animators 305 456 151 49.50 % 18 20 15 53 Bachelor's degree $85,055
274031 Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion Picture 233 347 114 48.92 % 9 18 11 38 Bachelor's degree $59,763
319011 Massage Therapists 345 511 166 48.11 % 25 22 17 64 Postsecondary non-degree award $60,931
299091 Athletic Trainers 155 229 74 47.74 % 5 8 7 20 Bachelor's degree $75,114
291131 Veterinarians 201 295 94 46.76 % 4 4 9 17 Doctoral or professional degree $118,092
395012 Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists 2,096 3,072 976 46.56 % 137 144 98 379 Postsecondary non-degree award $47,808
152098 Data Scientists and Mathematical Science Occupations, All Ot 958 1,402 444 46.34 % 24 59 44 127 Master's degree ***
272011 Actors 104 152 48 46.15 % 5 8 5 18 Some college, no degree ***
372012 Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners 4,453 6,458 2,005 45.02 % 371 351 200 922 No formal educational credential $41,328
253021 Self-Enrichment Education Teachers 1,627 2,331 704 43.26 % 118 106 70 294 High school diploma or equivalent $63,898
516031 Sewing Machine Operators 203 290 87 42.85 % 15 13 9 37 No formal educational credential $36,912
292056 Veterinary Technologists and Technicians 374 534 160 42.78 % 12 20 16 48 Associate's degree $43,625
272012 Producers and Directors 991 1,412 421 42.48 % 26 76 42 144 Bachelor's degree $103,186
273042 Technical Writers 387 551 164 42.37 % 12 29 16 57 Bachelor's degree $106,488
435011 Cargo and Freight Agents 370 526 156 42.16 % 17 26 16 59 High school diploma or equivalent $52,278
493011 Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians 600 852 252 42.00 % 21 38 25 84 Postsecondary non-degree award $86,829
151256 Software Developers and Software Quality Assurance Analysts 18,613 26,400 7,787 41.83 % 522 1,104 779 2,405 Bachelor's degree ***
272022 Coaches and Scouts 748 1,057 309 41.31 % 51 73 31 155 Bachelor's degree $87,170
119111 Medical and Health Services Managers 5,368 7,559 2,191 40.81 % 162 328 219 709 Bachelor's degree $161,729
531041 Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors 135 190 55 40.74 % 6 11 6 23 High school diploma or equivalent $67,013
131081 Logisticians 611 857 246 40.26 % 15 48 25 88 Bachelor's degree $93,347
152031 Operations Research Analysts 897 1,251 354 39.46 % 23 47 35 105 Bachelor's degree $88,752
434181 Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Cler 1,037 1,446 409 39.44 % 47 88 41 176 High school diploma or equivalent $41,392
131161 Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists 6,162 8,592 2,430 39.43 % 175 539 243 957 Bachelor's degree $87,429
419031 Sales Engineers 666 927 261 39.18 % 16 66 26 108 Bachelor's degree $124,935
492098 Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers 275 382 107 38.90 % 8 25 11 44 High school diploma or equivalent $65,438
191041 Epidemiologists 144 200 56 38.88 % 2 10 6 18 Master's degree $99,821
254012 Curators 119 164 45 37.81 % 7 8 4 19 Master's degree $73,617
516011 Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers 467 642 175 37.47 % 36 37 18 91 No formal educational credential $34,742
291071 Physician Assistants 1,159 1,592 433 37.35 % 22 54 43 119 Master's degree $136,253
353041 Food Servers, Nonrestaurant 816 1,114 298 36.51 % 76 75 30 181 No formal educational credential $39,049
274021 Photographers 389 530 141 36.24 % 16 26 14 56 High school diploma or equivalent $64,953
291126 Respiratory Therapists 699 952 253 36.19 % 18 21 25 64 Associate's degree $92,328
232011 Paralegals and Legal Assistants 3,686 4,963 1,277 34.64 % 167 292 128 587 Associate's degree $78,233
391098 First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service & Entertainment a 467 628 161 34.47 % 20 38 16 74 High school diploma or equivalent ***
537061 Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment 450 605 155 34.44 % 26 47 16 89 No formal educational credential $36,401
414011 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technica 1,495 2,008 513 34.31 % 52 118 51 221 Bachelor's degree $114,796
413091 Sales Representatives of Services, Except Advertising, Insur 4,979 6,681 1,702 34.18 % 146 513 170 829 High school diploma or equivalent $93,793
131111 Management Analysts 11,978 16,069 4,091 34.15 % 451 807 409 1,667 Bachelor's degree $128,957
339032 Security Guards 6,993 9,336 2,343 33.50 % 432 632 234 1,298 High school diploma or equivalent $41,386
533058 Passenger Vehicle Drivers, Except Bus Drivers, Transit and I 1,666 2,219 553 33.19 % 128 97 55 280 Less than high school ***
371011 First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial Worker 1,279 1,700 421 32.91 % 64 103 42 209 High school diploma or equivalent $58,600
536021 Parking Lot Attendants 817 1,083 266 32.55 % 46 98 27 171 No formal educational credential $33,089
291031 Dietitians and Nutritionists 756 994 238 31.48 % 28 30 24 82 Bachelor's degree $70,722
193022 Survey Researchers 105 138 33 31.42 % 3 8 3 14 Master's degree $77,755
172112 Industrial Engineers 1,001 1,313 312 31.16 % 25 46 31 102 Bachelor's degree $112,885
499041 Industrial Machinery Mechanics 171 223 52 30.40 % 6 11 5 22 High school diploma or equivalent $71,436
273031 Public Relations Specialists 2,264 2,942 678 29.94 % 65 171 68 304 Bachelor's degree $93,224
231011 Lawyers 11,364 14,712 3,348 29.46 % 282 321 335 938 Doctoral or professional degree $224,776
513092 Food Batchmakers 113 146 33 29.20 % 6 10 3 19 High school diploma or equivalent $39,400
273011 Radio and Television Announcers 259 334 75 28.95 % 12 16 8 36 Bachelor's degree $65,169
312021 Physical Therapist Assistants 203 261 58 28.57 % 10 18 6 34 Associate's degree $67,709
111021 General and Operations Managers 20,584 26,365 5,781 28.08 % 469 1,455 578 2,502 Bachelor's degree $172,078
112011 Advertising and Promotions Managers 235 301 66 28.08 % 5 20 7 32 Bachelor's degree $143,171
113031 Financial Managers 9,428 12,063 2,635 27.94 % 220 540 264 1,024 Bachelor's degree $213,637
131121 Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners 932 1,192 260 27.89 % 32 78 26 136 Bachelor's degree $72,283
271011 Art Directors 1,148 1,468 320 27.87 % 63 68 32 163 Bachelor's degree $141,732
191022 Microbiologists 474 606 132 27.84 % 9 38 13 60 Bachelor's degree $114,063
194042 Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including 123 157 34 27.64 % 4 13 3 20 Associate's degree $59,737
119121 Natural Sciences Managers 768 980 212 27.60 % 17 43 21 81 Bachelor's degree $224,864
171011 Architects, Except Landscape and Naval 1,998 2,549 551 27.57 % 62 96 55 213 Bachelor's degree $105,386
172031 Biomedical Engineers 294 374 80 27.21 % 7 14 8 29 Bachelor's degree $114,542
113021 Computer and Information Systems Managers 6,439 8,170 1,731 26.88 % 119 415 173 707 Bachelor's degree $183,378
519111 Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders 279 354 75 26.88 % 13 21 8 42 High school diploma or equivalent $38,490
151232 Computer User Support Specialists 3,796 4,814 1,018 26.81 % 81 228 102 411 Some college, no degree $73,626
291127 Speech-Language Pathologists 687 870 183 26.63 % 18 28 18 64 Master's degree $96,974
131071 Human Resources Specialists 4,797 6,072 1,275 26.57 % 147 361 128 636 Bachelor's degree $84,224
292032 Diagnostic Medical Sonographers 580 733 153 26.37 % 18 28 15 61 Associate's degree $98,805
172051 Civil Engineers 1,720 2,173 453 26.33 % 39 97 45 181 Bachelor's degree $102,864
271021 Commercial and Industrial Designers 301 379 78 25.91 % 10 20 8 38 Bachelor's degree $92,270
132082 Tax Preparers 399 502 103 25.81 % 25 25 10 60 High school diploma or equivalent $67,091
251071 Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary 3,196 4,015 819 25.62 % 161 168 82 411 Doctoral or professional degree $159,550
331090 Miscellaneous First-Line Supervisors, Protective Service Wor 571 717 146 25.56 % 24 38 15 77 High school diploma or equivalent ***
519199 Production Workers, All Other 173 217 44 25.43 % 7 14 4 25 High school diploma or equivalent $72,330
499071 Maintenance and Repair Workers, General 4,715 5,908 1,193 25.30 % 187 310 119 616 High school diploma or equivalent $58,286
191021 Biochemists and Biophysicists 1,617 2,026 409 25.29 % 30 128 41 199 Doctoral or professional degree $115,303
112022 Sales Managers 3,799 4,759 960 25.26 % 86 270 96 452 Bachelor's degree $172,516
412021 Counter and Rental Clerks 898 1,124 226 25.16 % 45 69 23 137 No formal educational credential $43,277
113071 Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers 490 613 123 25.10 % 10 30 12 52 High school diploma or equivalent $120,898
172061 Computer Hardware Engineers 496 620 124 25.00 % 11 26 12 49 Bachelor's degree $138,834
273091 Interpreters and Translators 1,028 1,283 255 24.80 % 45 63 26 134 Bachelor's degree $73,223
419099 Sales and Related Workers, All Other 195 243 48 24.61 % 10 18 5 33 High school diploma or equivalent $55,360
000000 Total, All Occupations 657,688 819,354 161,666 24.58 % 27,515 44,015 16,167 87,697 No formal educational credential $93,577
191042 Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists 6,322 7,872 1,550 24.51 % 94 409 155 658 Doctoral or professional degree $103,621
373011 Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers 1,335 1,662 327 24.49 % 64 128 33 225 No formal educational credential $46,816
211094 Community Health Workers 590 733 143 24.23 % 22 46 14 82 High school diploma or equivalent $52,739
172071 Electrical Engineers 554 688 134 24.18 % 15 25 13 53 Bachelor's degree $124,851
193011 Economists 187 232 45 24.06 % 4 11 4 19 Master's degree $144,272
171022 Surveyors 212 263 51 24.05 % 8 12 5 25 Bachelor's degree $82,565
339092 Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective Se 334 414 80 23.95 % 52 42 8 102 No formal educational credential $34,086
131131 Fundraisers 1,388 1,720 332 23.91 % 48 99 33 180 Bachelor's degree $74,191
152011 Actuaries 306 379 73 23.85 % 5 13 7 25 Bachelor's degree $154,526
499099 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other 215 266 51 23.72 % 8 16 5 29 High school diploma or equivalent $53,119
151257 Web Developers and Digital Interface Designers 1,888 2,335 447 23.67 % 49 104 45 198 Associate's degree ***
112030 Public Relations and Fundraising Managers 1,283 1,586 303 23.61 % 37 81 30 148 Bachelor's degree ***
211091 Health Educators 450 556 106 23.55 % 17 35 11 63 Bachelor's degree $72,016
112021 Marketing Managers 4,522 5,570 1,048 23.17 % 101 318 105 524 Bachelor's degree $169,393
132011 Accountants and Auditors 13,158 16,207 3,049 23.17 % 409 870 305 1,584 Bachelor's degree $98,608
119021 Construction Managers 2,608 3,209 601 23.04 % 60 147 60 267 Bachelor's degree $145,499
173023 Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians 244 300 56 22.95 % 8 17 6 31 Associate's degree $70,252
435032 Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance 520 639 119 22.88 % 20 32 12 64 High school diploma or equivalent $55,605
113131 Training and Development Managers 302 371 69 22.84 % 7 22 7 36 Bachelor's degree $164,780
312022 Physical Therapist Aides 114 140 26 22.80 % 5 10 3 18 High school diploma or equivalent $39,662
192031 Chemists 525 644 119 22.66 % 9 43 12 64 Bachelor's degree $117,506
151299 Computer Occupations, All Other 1,696 2,080 384 22.64 % 44 93 38 175 Bachelor's degree ***
119041 Architectural and Engineering Managers 814 998 184 22.60 % 16 46 18 80 Bachelor's degree $180,920
311120 Home Health and Personal Care Aides 11,559 14,169 2,610 22.57 % 824 728 261 1,813 High school diploma or equivalent $35,249
113051 Industrial Production Managers 523 641 118 22.56 % 11 28 12 51 Bachelor's degree $146,904
113121 Human Resources Managers 1,570 1,923 353 22.48 % 40 98 35 173 Bachelor's degree $183,928
273041 Editors 1,093 1,338 245 22.41 % 40 76 24 140 Bachelor's degree $85,218
151211 Computer Systems Analysts 4,925 6,027 1,102 22.37 % 107 269 110 486 Bachelor's degree $122,318
254011 Archivists 103 126 23 22.33 % 6 7 2 15 Master's degree $77,329
173031 Surveying and Mapping Technicians 178 217 39 21.91 % 7 17 4 28 High school diploma or equivalent $58,346
151231 Computer Network Support Specialists 652 794 142 21.77 % 14 38 14 66 Associate's degree $90,127
273043 Writers and Authors 1,456 1,771 315 21.63 % 65 89 32 186 Bachelor's degree $101,028
399032 Recreation Workers 728 885 157 21.56 % 47 77 16 140 High school diploma or equivalent $38,896
493021 Automotive Body and Related Repairers 209 254 45 21.53 % 7 14 4 25 High school diploma or equivalent $61,378
151244 Network and Computer Systems Administrators 1,790 2,175 385 21.50 % 33 94 38 165 Bachelor's degree $113,172
319097 Phlebotomists 662 804 142 21.45 % 32 53 14 99 Postsecondary non-degree award $51,525
151245 Database Administrators and Architects 1,336 1,622 286 21.40 % 34 72 29 135 Bachelor's degree ***
271024 Graphic Designers 1,590 1,929 339 21.32 % 54 105 34 193 Bachelor's degree $79,695
172141 Mechanical Engineers 576 698 122 21.18 % 11 26 12 49 Bachelor's degree $112,714
319092 Medical Assistants 3,230 3,907 677 20.95 % 146 267 68 481 Postsecondary non-degree award $48,000
131151 Training and Development Specialists 1,820 2,201 381 20.93 % 61 123 38 222 Bachelor's degree $84,511
151241 Computer Network Architects 1,575 1,904 329 20.88 % 24 79 33 136 Bachelor's degree $155,001
292051 Dietetic Technicians 145 175 30 20.68 % 4 7 3 14 Associate's degree $40,726
292052 Pharmacy Technicians 1,624 1,959 335 20.62 % 49 77 34 160 High school diploma or equivalent $49,338
492011 Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers 228 275 47 20.61 % 8 19 5 32 Some college, no degree $53,863
113010 Administrative Services and Facilities Managers 3,912 4,711 799 20.42 % 122 215 80 417 High school diploma or equivalent ***
291123 Physical Therapists 1,386 1,669 283 20.41 % 30 32 28 90 Doctoral or professional degree $95,042
499062 Medical Equipment Repairers 147 177 30 20.40 % 7 10 3 20 Associate's degree $74,806
172199 Engineers, All Other 255 307 52 20.39 % 6 12 5 23 Bachelor's degree $113,804
271025 Interior Designers 997 1,200 203 20.36 % 34 65 20 119 Bachelor's degree $80,791
192041 Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health 411 494 83 20.19 % 8 36 8 52 Bachelor's degree $113,511
499021 Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and I 565 679 114 20.17 % 16 42 11 69 Postsecondary non-degree award $75,730
413011 Advertising Sales Agents 646 775 129 19.96 % 22 66 13 101 High school diploma or equivalent $74,765
413041 Travel Agents 347 416 69 19.88 % 19 25 7 51 High school diploma or equivalent $56,522
173011 Architectural and Civil Drafters 706 846 140 19.83 % 24 49 14 87 Associate's degree $67,802
211099 Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other 333 399 66 19.81 % 12 25 7 44 Master's degree $62,141
537062 Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand 3,840 4,600 760 19.79 % 185 367 76 628 No formal educational credential $43,402
372011 Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaner 9,059 10,846 1,787 19.72 % 621 698 179 1,498 No formal educational credential $41,590
533052 Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity 785 939 154 19.61 % 57 43 15 115 High school diploma or equivalent $48,183
292057 Ophthalmic Medical Technicians 201 240 39 19.40 % 6 10 4 20 Postsecondary non-degree award $57,078
132061 Financial Examiners 678 809 131 19.32 % 20 34 13 67 Bachelor's degree $100,581
472111 Electricians 1,555 1,855 300 19.29 % 50 125 30 205 High school diploma or equivalent $88,024
131198 Project Management Specialists and Business Operations Speci 12,992 15,482 2,490 19.16 % 330 698 249 1,277 Bachelor's degree ***
194021 Biological Technicians 1,948 2,318 370 18.99 % 51 214 37 302 Bachelor's degree $60,268
435061 Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks 849 1,009 160 18.84 % 33 60 16 109 High school diploma or equivalent $57,224
291128 Exercise Physiologists 154 183 29 18.83 % 5 6 3 14 Bachelor's degree $69,786
291181 Audiologists 149 177 28 18.79 % 4 3 3 10 Doctoral or professional degree $96,311
472061 Construction Laborers 2,434 2,890 456 18.73 % 79 180 46 305 No formal educational credential $73,090
493042 Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines 278 330 52 18.70 % 9 20 5 34 High school diploma or equivalent $78,165
192012 Physicists 107 127 20 18.69 % 2 6 2 10 Doctoral or professional degree $157,924
274012 Broadcast Technicians 102 121 19 18.62 % 3 8 2 13 Associate's degree $74,180
513022 Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers 296 351 55 18.58 % 13 24 6 43 No formal educational credential $36,331
533032 Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers 1,786 2,118 332 18.58 % 80 132 33 245 Postsecondary non-degree award $57,191
319093 Medical Equipment Preparers 689 816 127 18.43 % 42 50 13 105 High school diploma or equivalent $56,568
472121 Glaziers 136 161 25 18.38 % 4 12 2 18 High school diploma or equivalent $80,847
491011 First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repaire 1,360 1,606 246 18.08 % 43 88 25 156 High school diploma or equivalent $89,040
291124 Radiation Therapists 177 209 32 18.07 % 4 6 3 13 Associate's degree $107,381
131141 Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists 780 921 141 18.07 % 25 50 14 89 Bachelor's degree $93,425
291122 Occupational Therapists 805 950 145 18.01 % 19 29 14 62 Master's degree $96,056
271027 Set and Exhibit Designers 111 131 20 18.01 % 4 7 2 13 Bachelor's degree $65,256
291223 Psychiatrists 308 363 55 17.85 % 5 4 6 15 Doctoral or professional degree $174,263
211018 Substance Abuse, Behavioral Disorder, and Mental Health Coun 2,702 3,184 482 17.83 % 96 174 48 318 No formal educational credential $60,758
412031 Retail Salespersons 7,657 9,017 1,360 17.76 % 466 689 136 1,291 No formal educational credential $36,733
194061 Social Science Research Assistants 231 272 41 17.74 % 7 24 4 35 Bachelor's degree $59,065
299098 Health Information Technologists, Medical Registrars, Surgic 367 432 65 17.71 % 11 17 6 34 Bachelor's degree ***
195011 Occupational Health and Safety Specialists 403 474 71 17.61 % 12 19 7 38 Bachelor's degree $107,493
172072 Electronics Engineers, Except Computer 126 148 22 17.46 % 3 6 2 11 Bachelor's degree $115,250
292031 Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians 457 536 79 17.28 % 14 21 8 43 Associate's degree $93,062
212011 Clergy 192 225 33 17.18 % 9 12 3 24 Bachelor's degree $66,453
311132 Orderlies 432 506 74 17.12 % 30 27 7 64 High school diploma or equivalent $40,150
319096 Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers 304 356 52 17.10 % 16 36 5 57 High school diploma or equivalent $49,456
434171 Receptionists and Information Clerks 2,839 3,323 484 17.04 % 172 213 48 433 High school diploma or equivalent $42,034
292055 Surgical Technologists 723 846 123 17.01 % 21 34 12 67 Postsecondary non-degree award $67,533
292010 Clinical Laboratory Technologists and Technicians 4,685 5,477 792 16.90 % 131 188 79 398 No formal educational credential $63,091
119198 Personal Service Managers; Entertainment & Recreation Manage 2,594 3,030 436 16.80 % 65 138 44 247 High school diploma or equivalent ***
537051 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators 777 907 130 16.73 % 25 65 13 103 No formal educational credential $45,238
291141 Registered Nurses 28,863 33,678 4,815 16.68 % 834 787 482 2,103 Bachelor's degree $116,607
292081 Opticians, Dispensing 109 127 18 16.51 % 5 4 2 11 High school diploma or equivalent $69,264
472221 Structural Iron and Steel Workers 111 129 18 16.21 % 3 9 2 14 High school diploma or equivalent $94,258
253097 Teachers and Instructors, All Other, Except Substitute Teach 915 1,063 148 16.17 % 59 53 15 127 No formal educational credential ***
132031 Budget Analysts 359 417 58 16.15 % 9 20 6 35 Bachelor's degree $90,956
471011 First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction 1,902 2,206 304 15.98 % 58 133 30 221 High school diploma or equivalent $111,986
311131 Nursing Assistants 8,258 9,565 1,307 15.82 % 570 505 131 1,206 Postsecondary non-degree award $43,964
113061 Purchasing Managers 489 566 77 15.74 % 12 28 8 48 Bachelor's degree $166,451
311133 Psychiatric Aides 198 229 31 15.65 % 14 12 3 29 High school diploma or equivalent $42,170
273023 News Analysts, Reporters, and Journalists 245 283 38 15.51 % 8 20 4 32 Bachelor's degree $84,626
339098 School Bus Monitors and Protective Service Workers, All Othe 375 433 58 15.46 % 56 45 6 107 Less than high school ***
472141 Painters, Construction and Maintenance 493 569 76 15.41 % 16 29 8 53 No formal educational credential $62,762
436013 Medical Secretaries 6,968 8,042 1,074 15.41 % 382 419 107 908 High school diploma or equivalent $48,811
173026 Industrial Engineering Technicians 156 180 24 15.38 % 5 10 2 17 Associate's degree $69,613
414012 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except T 2,369 2,729 360 15.19 % 75 172 36 283 High school diploma or equivalent $94,333
292034 Radiologic Technologists 1,606 1,848 242 15.06 % 47 74 24 145 Associate's degree $90,682
172081 Environmental Engineers 419 482 63 15.03 % 11 22 6 39 Bachelor's degree $114,925
194099 Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other 215 247 32 14.88 % 6 22 3 31 Associate's degree $63,474
173024 Electro-Mechanical Technicians 101 116 15 14.85 % 3 7 2 12 Associate's degree $56,103
292033 Nuclear Medicine Technologists 135 155 20 14.81 % 4 6 2 12 Associate's degree $93,170
319099 Healthcare Support Workers, All Other 156 179 23 14.74 % 9 11 2 22 High school diploma or equivalent $51,661
291051 Pharmacists 1,768 2,028 260 14.70 % 35 36 26 97 Doctoral or professional degree $129,243
531047 FirstLine Supervisors of Transportation & Material Moving Wo 1,002 1,149 147 14.67 % 39 75 15 129 High school diploma or equivalent $64,387
259031 Instructional Coordinators 1,346 1,542 196 14.56 % 71 63 20 154 Master's degree $78,310
537064 Packers and Packagers, Hand 1,403 1,605 202 14.39 % 86 122 20 228 No formal educational credential $36,202
291151 Nurse Anesthetists 167 191 24 14.37 % 4 5 2 11 Master's degree $217,977
371012 First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Gro 216 247 31 14.35 % 7 17 3 27 High school diploma or equivalent $72,406
291161 Nurse Midwives 126 144 18 14.28 % 3 4 2 9 Master's degree $160,748
292098 Medical Dosimetrists, Medical Records Specialists, and Healt 1,820 2,076 256 14.06 % 53 84 26 163 Associate's degree ***
131051 Cost Estimators 548 625 77 14.05 % 16 35 8 59 Bachelor's degree $118,177
472073 Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operato 638 727 89 13.94 % 22 49 9 80 High school diploma or equivalent $93,288
292035 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists 467 532 65 13.91 % 14 22 6 42 Associate's degree $102,258
512090 Miscellaneous Assemblers and Fabricators 2,310 2,630 320 13.85 % 94 176 32 302 No formal educational credential $41,013
271013 Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and Illustrator 124 141 17 13.70 % 6 7 2 15 Bachelor's degree $77,836
472031 Carpenters 2,292 2,602 310 13.52 % 71 153 31 255 High school diploma or equivalent $81,036
439111 Statistical Assistants 104 118 14 13.46 % 3 10 1 14 Bachelor's degree $58,724
113111 Compensation and Benefits Managers 208 236 28 13.46 % 5 11 3 19 Bachelor's degree $162,047
533033 Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers 2,784 3,158 374 13.43 % 122 202 37 361 High school diploma or equivalent $49,581
191029 Biological Scientists, All Other 201 228 27 13.43 % 4 15 3 22 Bachelor's degree $110,335
251042 Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary 628 712 84 13.37 % 30 31 8 69 Doctoral or professional degree $96,767
131041 Compliance Officers 2,370 2,686 316 13.33 % 61 135 32 228 Bachelor's degree $89,662
519198 Helpers--Production Workers 114 129 15 13.15 % 6 11 2 19 No formal educational credential ***
254022 Librarians and Media Collections Specialists 679 768 89 13.10 % 36 32 9 77 Master's degree $80,493
119151 Social and Community Service Managers 1,288 1,456 168 13.04 % 41 74 17 132 Bachelor's degree $86,414
493031 Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists 539 609 70 12.98 % 16 36 7 59 High school diploma or equivalent $69,778
515112 Printing Press Operators 239 270 31 12.97 % 9 18 3 30 High school diploma or equivalent $46,756
433021 Billing and Posting Clerks 1,787 2,018 231 12.92 % 78 117 23 218 High school diploma or equivalent $56,682
132071 Credit Counselors 218 246 28 12.84 % 5 13 3 21 Bachelor's degree $62,855
211012 Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors 1,641 1,848 207 12.61 % 57 103 21 181 Master's degree $71,273
211023 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers 842 948 106 12.58 % 25 57 11 93 Bachelor's degree $55,330
211022 Healthcare Social Workers 2,832 3,188 356 12.57 % 84 190 36 310 Master's degree $71,851
291125 Recreational Therapists 117 131 14 11.96 % 4 5 1 10 Bachelor's degree $58,867
511011 First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers 681 762 81 11.89 % 22 48 8 78 High school diploma or equivalent $73,336
132098 Financial and Investment Analysts, Financial Risk Specialist 7,902 8,842 940 11.89 % 147 478 94 719 Bachelor's degree ***
253031 Substitute Teachers, Short-Term 128 143 15 11.71 % 8 7 2 17 Bachelor's degree $51,967
271023 Floral Designers 164 183 19 11.58 % 5 10 2 17 High school diploma or equivalent $44,394
251112 Law Teachers, Postsecondary 500 557 57 11.40 % 24 25 6 55 Doctoral or professional degree $116,467
193031 Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists 719 801 82 11.40 % 20 30 8 58 Doctoral or professional degree ***
251066 Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary 343 382 39 11.37 % 16 17 4 37 Doctoral or professional degree $111,621
412022 Parts Salespersons 160 178 18 11.25 % 7 13 2 22 No formal educational credential ***
433099 Financial Clerks, All Other 110 122 12 10.90 % 4 8 1 13 High school diploma or equivalent $64,824
292053 Psychiatric Technicians 515 571 56 10.87 % 15 23 6 44 Postsecondary non-degree award $40,724
472152 Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 746 827 81 10.85 % 23 57 8 88 High school diploma or equivalent $88,314
251121 Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postsecondary 2,239 2,481 242 10.80 % 106 110 24 240 Master's degree $74,733
472211 Sheet Metal Workers 130 144 14 10.76 % 4 9 1 14 High school diploma or equivalent $82,090
499094 Locksmiths and Safe Repairers 122 135 13 10.65 % 5 8 1 14 High school diploma or equivalent $62,349
514121 Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers 135 149 14 10.37 % 4 11 1 16 High school diploma or equivalent $58,274
431011 First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support 6,998 7,715 717 10.24 % 273 450 72 795 High school diploma or equivalent $80,213
232099 Legal Support Workers, All Other 186 205 19 10.21 % 7 12 2 21 High school diploma or equivalent $82,774
513021 Butchers and Meat Cutters 169 186 17 10.05 % 7 13 2 22 No formal educational credential $45,695
291228 Physicians, All Other; and Ophthalmologists, Except Pediatri 8,545 9,385 840 9.83 % 144 101 84 329 Doctoral or professional degree ***
413031 Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents 4,935 5,415 480 9.72 % 114 326 48 488 Bachelor's degree $126,128
399011 Childcare Workers 2,108 2,310 202 9.58 % 149 154 20 323 High school diploma or equivalent $39,319
211021 Child, Family, and School Social Workers 2,123 2,323 200 9.42 % 62 140 20 222 Bachelor's degree $62,316
433031 Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 6,266 6,836 570 9.09 % 384 334 57 775 Some college, no degree $58,306
132052 Personal Financial Advisors 6,613 7,211 598 9.04 % 157 340 60 557 Bachelor's degree $165,220
251081 Education Teachers, Postsecondary 188 205 17 9.04 % 9 9 2 20 Doctoral or professional degree $81,640
193051 Urban and Regional Planners 233 254 21 9.01 % 4 17 2 23 Master's degree $86,096
419021 Real Estate Brokers 639 696 57 8.92 % 28 29 6 63 High school diploma or equivalent $111,041
434051 Customer Service Representatives 9,813 10,677 864 8.80 % 482 806 86 1,374 High school diploma or equivalent $51,675
419022 Real Estate Sales Agents 2,208 2,401 193 8.74 % 96 101 19 216 High school diploma or equivalent ***
252031 Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technic 1,818 1,977 159 8.74 % 50 77 16 143 Bachelor's degree $91,915
252012 Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education 126 137 11 8.73 % 5 8 1 14 Bachelor's degree $87,955
119032 Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School 677 735 58 8.56 % 18 33 6 57 Master's degree $121,180
132072 Loan Officers 1,497 1,625 128 8.55 % 34 85 13 132 Bachelor's degree $103,500
434061 Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs 555 602 47 8.46 % 21 30 5 56 High school diploma or equivalent $48,073
292061 Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 1,815 1,968 153 8.42 % 64 79 15 158 Postsecondary non-degree award $74,691
211093 Social and Human Service Assistants 3,840 4,163 323 8.41 % 160 302 32 494 High school diploma or equivalent $38,848
252022 Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical 648 702 54 8.33 % 21 27 5 53 Bachelor's degree $84,281
252021 Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education 2,997 3,246 249 8.30 % 96 125 25 246 Bachelor's degree $97,387
439199 Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other 786 851 65 8.26 % 34 57 6 97 High school diploma or equivalent $44,307
439061 Office Clerks, General 7,176 7,761 585 8.15 % 408 443 58 909 High school diploma or equivalent $49,718
412011 Cashiers 5,962 6,444 482 8.08 % 528 594 48 1,170 No formal educational credential $33,940
291248 Surgeons, Except Ophthalmologists 441 476 35 7.93 % 7 5 4 16 Doctoral or professional degree ***
411012 First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers 811 875 64 7.89 % 24 50 6 80 High school diploma or equivalent $110,285
271026 Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers 279 301 22 7.88 % 9 17 2 28 High school diploma or equivalent $45,744
259044 Teaching Assistants, Postsecondary 1,156 1,247 91 7.87 % 54 56 9 119 Bachelor's degree $46,566
493023 Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics 687 741 54 7.86 % 21 48 5 74 Postsecondary non-degree award $55,057
252032 Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School 140 151 11 7.85 % 4 6 1 11 Bachelor's degree $92,430
259045 Teaching Assistants, Except Postsecondary 2,160 2,329 169 7.82 % 100 105 17 222 Some college, no degree $48,171
252011 Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education 1,310 1,411 101 7.70 % 56 79 10 145 Associate's degree $42,515
119141 Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers 1,728 1,861 133 7.69 % 68 68 13 149 High school diploma or equivalent $98,129
211092 Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists 454 488 34 7.48 % 10 28 3 41 Bachelor's degree ***
435031 Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers 215 231 16 7.44 % 8 12 2 22 High school diploma or equivalent $63,441
536051 Transportation Inspectors 202 217 15 7.42 % 7 15 2 24 High school diploma or equivalent ***
292040 Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics 1,179 1,265 86 7.29 % 23 57 9 89 Postsecondary non-degree award ***
251123 English Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary 571 612 41 7.18 % 26 28 4 58 Doctoral or professional degree $83,938
434161 Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping 239 256 17 7.11 % 10 15 2 27 Associate's degree $57,477
251011 Business Teachers, Postsecondary 874 936 62 7.09 % 40 42 6 88 Doctoral or professional degree $114,453
131075 Labor Relations Specialists 629 673 44 6.99 % 18 43 4 65 Bachelor's degree $98,770
411011 First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers 2,891 3,093 202 6.98 % 106 207 20 333 High school diploma or equivalent $55,466
434031 Court, Municipal, and License Clerks 403 431 28 6.94 % 20 21 3 44 High school diploma or equivalent $56,605
319095 Pharmacy Aides 362 387 25 6.90 % 20 29 2 51 High school diploma or equivalent $37,610
291041 Optometrists 177 189 12 6.77 % 3 2 1 6 Doctoral or professional degree $148,152
251022 Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary 243 259 16 6.58 % 11 12 2 25 Doctoral or professional degree $119,223
434121 Library Assistants, Clerical 374 398 24 6.41 % 34 25 2 61 High school diploma or equivalent $48,340
399041 Residential Advisors 554 589 35 6.31 % 29 51 4 84 High school diploma or equivalent $43,220
433011 Bill and Account Collectors 403 428 25 6.20 % 15 30 2 47 High school diploma or equivalent $54,135
319091 Dental Assistants 846 898 52 6.14 % 40 61 5 106 Postsecondary non-degree award $53,154
331012 First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives 965 1,022 57 5.90 % 22 41 6 69 High school diploma or equivalent $118,332
173013 Mechanical Drafters 237 251 14 5.90 % 8 16 1 25 Associate's degree $65,836
333051 Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers 2,996 3,166 170 5.67 % 77 156 17 250 High school diploma or equivalent $80,719
251194 Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary 510 538 28 5.49 % 23 24 3 50 Bachelor's degree $79,005
291216 General Internal Medicine Physicians 509 536 27 5.30 % 8 6 3 17 Doctoral or professional degree $199,553
472051 Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers 116 122 6 5.17 % 3 8 1 12 No formal educational credential ***
291292 Dental Hygienists 427 449 22 5.15 % 16 11 2 29 Associate's degree $88,942
132020 Property Appraisers and Assessors 156 164 8 5.12 % 6 6 1 13 High school diploma or equivalent $100,846
339093 Transportation Security Screeners 1,127 1,178 51 4.52 % 41 58 5 104 High school diploma or equivalent $63,628
332011 Firefighters 1,250 1,306 56 4.48 % 28 66 6 100 Postsecondary non-degree award $100,498
339091 Crossing Guards 181 189 8 4.41 % 27 10 1 38 No formal educational credential $33,805
331021 First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting and Prevention Worke 350 365 15 4.28 % 8 14 2 24 Postsecondary non-degree award $132,411
413021 Insurance Sales Agents 2,100 2,189 89 4.23 % 71 120 9 200 High school diploma or equivalent $99,146
434199 Information and Record Clerks, All Other 374 389 15 4.01 % 16 25 2 43 High school diploma or equivalent $56,899
333021 Detectives and Criminal Investigators 874 908 34 3.89 % 23 41 3 67 High school diploma or equivalent $121,890
193099 Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other 158 164 6 3.79 % 4 11 1 16 Bachelor's degree $102,042
435071 Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks 1,157 1,194 37 3.19 % 43 69 4 116 High school diploma or equivalent $45,667
434131 Loan Interviewers and Clerks 720 742 22 3.05 % 21 43 2 66 High school diploma or equivalent $55,547
291021 Dentists, General 364 375 11 3.02 % 7 3 1 11 Doctoral or professional degree $176,884
111011 Chief Executives 1,936 1,989 53 2.73 % 54 79 5 138 Bachelor's degree ***
474011 Construction and Building Inspectors 640 657 17 2.65 % 35 39 2 76 High school diploma or equivalent $80,537
291298 Acupuncturists and Healthcare Diagnosing or Treating Practit 650 665 15 2.30 % 28 10 2 40 Postsecondary non-degree award ***
211029 Social Workers, All Other 141 144 3 2.12 % 4 9 0 13 Bachelor's degree $79,173
211015 Rehabilitation Counselors 1,131 1,153 22 1.94 % 37 68 2 107 Master's degree $58,552
439051 Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal Servic 271 276 5 1.84 % 14 17 0 31 High school diploma or equivalent $44,728
434071 File Clerks 172 175 3 1.74 % 9 11 0 20 High school diploma or equivalent $47,390
518021 Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators 121 123 2 1.65 % 6 9 0 15 High school diploma or equivalent $76,797
273092 Court Reporters and Simultaneous Captioners 186 189 3 1.61 % 7 11 0 18 Bachelor's degree $59,217
192099 Physical Scientists, All Other 103 104 1 0.97 % 1 6 0 7 Bachelor's degree $118,502
132081 Tax Examiners and Collectors, and Revenue Agents 350 353 3 0.85 % 14 16 0 30 Bachelor's degree ***
435021 Couriers and Messengers 435 437 2 0.45 % 18 24 0 42 High school diploma or equivalent $41,172
193039 Psychologists, All Other 401 401 0 0.00 % 10 16 0 26 Master's degree $89,204
518031 Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and System Operators 101 101 0 0.00 % 3 6 0 9 High school diploma or equivalent $82,489
436014 Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Med 7,927 7,923 -4 -0.05 % 403 442 0 845 High school diploma or equivalent $54,576
291215 Family Medicine Physicians 522 521 -1 -0.19 % 8 6 0 14 Doctoral or professional degree $259,121
131020 Buyers and Purchasing Agents 1,749 1,737 -12 -0.68 % 59 112 -1 170 No formal educational credential $83,702
433061 Procurement Clerks 140 139 -1 -0.71 % 4 9 0 13 High school diploma or equivalent $52,268
132041 Credit Analysts 404 401 -3 -0.74 % 7 27 0 34 Bachelor's degree $115,833
433051 Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks 505 501 -4 -0.79 % 24 28 0 52 High school diploma or equivalent $64,239
119031 Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare Center/Pro 187 185 -2 -1.06 % 5 9 0 14 Bachelor's degree $67,839
434111 Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan 1,054 1,036 -18 -1.70 % 60 68 -2 126 High school diploma or equivalent $62,123
537065 Stockers and Order Fillers 4,461 4,383 -78 -1.74 % 252 431 -8 675 Less than high school $39,937
519061 Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers 724 709 -15 -2.07 % 28 57 -2 83 High school diploma or equivalent $64,410
439041 Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks 990 969 -21 -2.12 % 34 57 -2 89 High school diploma or equivalent $56,420
131031 Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators 2,019 1,971 -48 -2.37 % 47 104 -5 146 High school diploma or equivalent $80,308
436012 Legal Secretaries 2,284 2,225 -59 -2.58 % 115 126 -6 235 High school diploma or equivalent $74,030
132053 Insurance Underwriters 693 665 -28 -4.04 % 14 35 -3 46 Bachelor's degree $100,981
514041 Machinists 225 213 -12 -5.33 % 7 15 -1 21 High school diploma or equivalent $56,907
253011 Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers an 299 283 -16 -5.35 % 17 16 -2 31 Bachelor's degree ***
492022 Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Excep 488 461 -27 -5.53 % 16 36 -3 49 Postsecondary non-degree award $87,474
434011 Brokerage Clerks 640 600 -40 -6.25 % 25 41 -4 62 High school diploma or equivalent $63,798
434151 Order Clerks 177 164 -13 -7.34 % 7 11 -1 17 High school diploma or equivalent $44,626
499051 Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers 375 345 -30 -8.00 % 7 24 -3 28 High school diploma or equivalent $103,765
433071 Tellers 873 779 -94 -10.76 % 34 52 -9 77 High school diploma or equivalent $43,231
436011 Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistant 4,720 4,207 -513 -10.86 % 227 249 -51 425 High school diploma or equivalent $76,473
519161 Computer Numerically Controlled Tool Operators 107 92 -15 -14.01 % 3 7 -2 8 High school diploma or equivalent $57,762
499052 Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers 317 270 -47 -14.82 % 6 25 -5 26 High school diploma or equivalent $93,993
432011 Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service 220 186 -34 -15.45 % 11 12 -3 20 High school diploma or equivalent $42,177
439021 Data Entry Keyers 339 286 -53 -15.63 % 14 20 -5 29 High school diploma or equivalent $46,865
439022 Word Processors and Typists 139 92 -47 -33.81 % 7 6 -5 8 High school diploma or equivalent $55,638
333041 Parking Enforcement Workers 166 104 -62 -37.34 % 7 6 -6 7 High school diploma or equivalent $60,279

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