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Title Salary Green Growth Zone Employed
Accountants $60,340 N 21.65 4 1,290,600
Accountants and Auditors $60,340 N 21.65 4 1,290,600
Actors $59,883 N 12.78 2 56,500
Actuaries $87,210 N 21.37 4 19,700
Acupuncturists $65,220 N 13.01 5 49,000
Acute Care Nurses $63,750 N 22.2 3 2,618,700
Adaptive Physical Education Specialists $31,540 N 14.73 5 749,700
Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers $83,920 N 8.04 5 14,400
Administrative Services Managers $75,520 N 12.47 3 259,400
Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, and GED Teachers and Instructors $45,920 N 15.08 4 96,000
Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses $63,750 N 22.2 3 2,618,700
Advertising and Promotions Managers $82,370 N -1.71 4 44,600
Advertising Sales Agents $43,360 N 7.23 3 166,800
Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians $56,960 N 2.26 4 8,700
Aerospace Engineers $94,780 Y 10.39 4 71,600
Agents and Business Managers of Artists, Performers, and Athletes $61,890 N 22.44 4 22,700
Agricultural and Food Science Technicians $34,410 N 8.77 3 21,900
Agricultural Engineers $69,560 N 12.13 4 2,700
Agricultural Equipment Operators $23,460 N 1 2 228,000
Agricultural Inspectors $41,500 Y 12.8 3 16,600
Agricultural Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary $77,210 N 10 5 176,000
Agricultural Technicians $34,410 Y 8.77 3 21,900
Agricultural Workers, All Other $25,610 N 9 3 229,000
Air Traffic Controllers $109,850 N 13.05 3 26,200
Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors $42,490 N 7.22 2 4,900
Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians $52,810 N 6.43 3 121,500
Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, and Systems Assemblers $45,470 Y 9.36 2 44,100
Airfield Operations Specialists $41,800 N 13.02 3 8,100
Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers $106,240 N 8.37 4 76,800
Allergists and Immunologists $173,860 N 20 4 300,000
Ambulance Drivers and Attendants, Except Emergency Medical Technicians $22,180 N 10.26 2 22,200
Amusement and Recreation Attendants $18,120 N 13.3 1 263,000
Anesthesiologist Assistants $84,420 N 38.99 5 74,800
Anesthesiologists $211,750 N 20 5 300,000
Animal Breeders $29,680 N 5.77 3 14,700
Animal Control Workers $31,550 N 9.05 2 16,100
Animal Scientists $56,960 N 13.15 5 3,700
Animal Trainers $26,930 N 20.42 2 47,100
Anthropologists $53,460 N 28.08 5 5,800
Anthropologists and Archeologists $53,460 N 28.08 5 5,800
Anthropology and Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary $69,520 N 15 5 468,000
Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate $47,840 N 4.6 3 92,400
Appraisers, Real Estate $47,840 N 4.6 4 92,400
Aquacultural Managers $59,450 N 5.88 4 248,100
Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators $52,770 Y 13.95 4 9,900
Archeologists $53,460 N 28.08 5 5,800
Architects, Except Landscape and Naval $72,700 Y 16.24 5 141,200
Architectural and Civil Drafters $45,600 N 9.09 3 118,400
Architectural Drafters $45,600 Y 9.09 3 118,400
Architecture Teachers, Postsecondary $73,550 N 15 5 468,000
Archivists $46,470 N 6.5 4 6,300
Area, Ethnic, and Cultural Studies Teachers, Postsecondary $65,030 N 15 5 468,000
Art Directors $78,580 N 11.67 4 84,200
Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postsecondary $60,400 N 10 5 83,000
Artists and Related Workers, All Other $53,110 N 7.86 3 21,500
Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other $27,860 N 1.94 3 309,900
Assessors $47,840 N 4.6 3 92,400
Astronomers $104,720 N 16.03 5 1,500
Athletes and Sports Competitors $40,210 N 11.81 2 16,500
Athletic Trainers $41,340 N 36.95 5 16,300
Atmospheric and Space Scientists $84,710 Y 14.68 4 9,400
Atmospheric, Earth, Marine, and Space Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary $78,660 N 15 5 468,000
Audio and Video Equipment Technicians $39,100 N 12.62 3 55,400
Audio-Visual Collections Specialists $43,880 N 10.3 5 6,800
Audiologists $63,230 N 24.98 5 12,800
Auditors $60,340 N 21.65 4 1,290,600
Automotive Body and Related Repairers $37,980 N 0.46 2 166,400
Automotive Engineering Technicians $48,970 Y -1.45 3 46,100
Automotive Engineers $77,020 Y 6.03 4 238,700
Automotive Glass Installers and Repairers $33,090 N 1.81 2 19,500
Automotive Master Mechanics $35,420 N 4.7 3 763,700
Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics $35,420 N 4.7 3 763,700
Automotive Specialty Technicians $35,420 Y 4.7 3 763,700
Aviation Inspectors $56,290 N 18.35 3 26,900
Avionics Technicians $50,570 N 10.59 3 18,800
Baggage Porters and Bellhops $20,060 N 12.7 1 50,500
Bailiffs $37,950 N 8.44 2 20,200
Bakers $23,630 N 0.17 2 151,600
Barbers $24,160 N 11.58 3 53,500
Baristas $18,180 N 9.33 1 525,400
Bartenders $18,350 N 8.02 2 508,700
Bicycle Repairers $23,470 N 19.28 2 10,100
Bill and Account Collectors $30,940 N 19.34 2 411,000
Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators $31,720 N 15.28 2 528,800
Billing, Cost, and Rate Clerks $31,720 N 15.28 3 528,800
Billing, Posting, and Calculating Machine Operators $31,720 N 15.28 2 528,800
Bindery Workers $28,190 N -20.07 2 60,400
Biochemical Engineers $89,560 Y 6.66 4 183,200
Biochemists and Biophysicists $82,390 N 37.42 5 23,200
Biofuels Processing Technicians $49,760 Y -4.73 2 12,700
Biofuels Production Managers $85,080 Y -7.65 3 156,100
Biofuels/Biodiesel Technology and Product Development Managers $117,000 Y 6.16 5 184,000
Bioinformatics Scientists $66,510 N 18.76 4 31,700
Bioinformatics Technicians $35,920 N 5.12 3 17,900
Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary $73,980 N 15 5 468,000
Biological Scientists, All Other $66,510 N 18.76 4 31,700
Biological Technicians $38,700 N 17.62 4 79,500
Biologists $58,300 N 21.02 5 91,300
Biomass Plant Technicians $49,760 Y -4.73 2 12,700
Biomass Production Managers $85,080 Y -7.65 3 156,100
Biomedical Engineers $78,860 N 72.02 4 16,000
Biostatisticians $72,820 N 13.07 5 22,600
Boilermakers $56,100 Y 18.79 2 20,200
Bookbinders $30,630 N -12.12 2 6,100
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks $33,450 N 10.29 3 2,063,800
Brickmasons and Blockmasons $46,740 N 11.52 2 135,800
Bridge and Lock Tenders $42,380 N 8.45 1 4,700
Broadcast News Analysts $50,400 N 4.12 4 7,700
Broadcast Technicians $32,960 N 1.78 3 38,800
Brokerage Clerks $40,180 N -2.64 3 67,600
Brownfield Redevelopment Specialists and Site Managers $92,600 Y 7.32 4 898,200
Budget Analysts $66,660 N 15.09 4 67,200
Building Cleaning Workers, All Other $27,370 N 12.07 3 14,500
Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists $40,250 N 5.68 3 263,100
Bus Drivers, School $27,400 N 6.16 2 453,600
Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity $34,180 Y 8.25 2 193,900
Business Continuity Planners $60,610 N 11.54 3 1,091,100
Business Intelligence Analysts $77,010 N 13.14 4 209,300
Business Operations Specialists, All Other $60,610 N 11.54 3 1,091,100
Business Teachers, Postsecondary $73,320 N 15 5 468,000
Butchers and Meat Cutters $28,850 N 1.48 2 129,100
Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters $29,570 N 9.07 3 131,700
Camera and Photographic Equipment Repairers $35,420 N -15.4 3 4,600
Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion Picture $42,940 N 9.19 3 26,300
Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels $64,240 N 17.27 3 33,100
Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians $48,300 N 24.06 3 49,500
Cargo and Freight Agents $36,960 N 23.94 2 85,900
Carpenters $39,470 N 12.87 2 1,284,900
Carpet Installers $37,230 N -1.13 1 51,100
Cartographers and Photogrammetrists $53,050 N 26.79 3 12,300
Cashiers $17,820 N 3.53 1 3,550,000
Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers $35,440 Y 12.88 3 201,000
Cementing and Gluing Machine Operators and Tenders $28,890 N -11.44 2 19,800
Chefs and Head Cooks $40,090 N 0.19 3 108,300
Chemical Engineers $88,280 Y -2.05 4 31,700
Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders $45,140 Y -12.1 2 53,000
Chemical Plant and System Operators $54,270 Y -20.6 2 45,100
Chemical Technicians $42,070 Y -0.79 3 66,100
Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary $68,760 N 15 5 468,000
Chemists $68,220 Y 2.48 4 84,300
Chief Executives $160,720 N -1.38 5 400,400
Chief Sustainability Officers $160,720 Y -1.38 5 400,400
Child Care Workers $19,240 N 10.91 2 1,301,900
Child, Family, and School Social Workers $39,960 N 12.33 4 292,600
Chiropractors $67,650 N 19.5 5 49,100
Choreographers $37,860 N 5.33 4 16,200
City and Regional Planning Aides $37,500 N 17.77 4 21,000
Civil Drafters $45,600 N 9.09 3 118,400
Civil Engineering Technicians $45,970 N 16.9 3 91,700
Civil Engineers $76,590 Y 24.27 4 278,400
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators $57,130 N 7.08 3 294,600
Claims Examiners, Property and Casualty Insurance $57,130 N 7.08 3 294,600
Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment $19,690 N 1.04 1 348,900
Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment Operators and Tenders $24,680 N -3.53 2 18,000
Clergy $42,950 N 12.69 5 670,100
Climate Change Analysts $61,010 Y 27.86 4 85,900
Clinical Data Managers $72,820 N 13.07 5 22,600
Clinical Nurse Specialists $81,850 N 16.01 5 283,500
Clinical Psychologists $66,040 N 11.07 5 152,000
Clinical Research Coordinators $114,560 N 15.45 5 44,600
Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists $66,040 N 11.07 5 152,000
Coaches and Scouts $28,380 N 24.8 5 225,700
Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $29,240 N 3.28 2 107,800
Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers $28,030 N -25.2 2 22,100
Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicers and Repairers $30,460 N 6.99 2 43,800
Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food $17,220 N 14.59 1 2,701,700
Commercial and Industrial Designers $58,060 Y 8.97 4 44,300
Commercial Divers $52,540 N 5.77 3 2,400
Commercial Pilots $65,840 N 18.54 3 39,200
Communications Equipment Operators, All Other $37,700 N -12.22 3 3,600
Communications Teachers, Postsecondary $58,890 N 15 5 468,000
Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other $37,580 N 15.7 3 115,800
Compensation and Benefits Managers $88,050 N 8.51 4 40,500
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists $55,620 N 23.57 4 121,900
Compliance Managers $92,600 Y 7.32 4 898,200
Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction, Health and Safety, and Transportation $49,750 N 31.05 4 260,200
Computer and Information Scientists, Research $101,570 N 24.18 5 28,900
Computer and Information Systems Managers $113,720 N 16.9 4 293,000
Computer Hardware Engineers $98,820 N 3.77 4 74,700
Computer Operators $36,110 N -18.6 3 110,000
Computer Programmers $70,940 N -2.87 4 426,700
Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary $68,580 N 15 5 468,000
Computer Security Specialists $67,710 N 23.23 4 339,500
Computer Software Engineers, Applications $87,480 N 34.01 4 514,800
Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software $93,470 Y 30.44 4 394,800
Computer Specialists, All Other $77,010 N 13.14 4 209,300
Computer Support Specialists $44,300 N 13.8 3 565,700
Computer Systems Analysts $77,080 N 20.31 4 532,200
Computer Systems Engineers/Architects $77,010 N 13.14 4 209,300
Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers $37,620 N -4.39 3 152,900
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators, Metal and Plastic $34,460 Y 6.59 2 141,000
Concierges $27,270 N 13.66 2 20,800
Conservation Scientists $60,160 N 11.92 4 18,300
Construction and Building Inspectors $51,530 Y 16.81 3 106,400
Construction and Related Workers, All Other $33,980 N 11.11 2 59,700
Construction Carpenters $39,470 Y 12.87 2 1,284,900
Construction Laborers $29,150 Y 20.49 1 1,248,700
Construction Managers $82,330 Y 17.21 4 551,000
Continuous Mining Machine Operators $46,920 Y -5.47 1 11,200
Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except Mechanical Door $47,240 N -1.31 3 44,500
Conveyor Operators and Tenders $28,960 N -9.29 2 41,000
Cooks, All Other $22,850 N 16.34 3 18,000
Cooks, Fast Food $17,720 N 7.49 1 566,000
Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria $22,620 N 9.67 2 391,800
Cooks, Private Household $24,700 N 4.31 3 4,900
Cooks, Restaurant $22,170 N 7.68 2 914,200
Cooks, Short Order $19,520 N 0.05 1 171,400
Cooling and Freezing Equipment Operators and Tenders $26,520 N -0.41 2 9,900
Copy Writers $53,900 N 14.81 4 151,700
Coroners $49,750 N 31.05 5 260,200
Correctional Officers and Jailers $39,050 N 9.44 3 454,500
Correspondence Clerks $31,940 N -13.77 2 14,200
Cost Estimators $57,300 N 25.34 4 217,800
Costume Attendants $26,210 N 13.83 2 5,100
Counseling Psychologists $66,040 N 11.07 5 152,000
Counselors, All Other $41,320 N 13.13 5 33,400
Counter and Rental Clerks $21,300 N 3.06 1 448,200
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop $18,180 N 9.33 1 525,400
Couriers and Messengers $23,770 N -0.34 2 122,400
Court Clerks $33,520 N 8.17 2 122,100
Court Reporters $47,810 N 18.26 3 21,500
Court, Municipal, and License Clerks $33,520 N 8.17 2 122,100
Craft Artists $28,960 N 7.2 2 13,600
Crane and Tower Operators $44,140 N -6.75 3 43,900
Credit Analysts $57,470 N 15.02 4 73,200
Credit Authorizers $31,950 N 2.8 3 63,800
Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks $31,950 N 2.8 3 63,800
Credit Checkers $31,950 N 2.8 2 63,800
Criminal Investigators and Special Agents $62,110 N 16.63 4 112,200
Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsecondary $57,500 N 13 5 169,000
Critical Care Nurses $63,750 N 22.2 3 2,618,700
Crop and Livestock Managers $59,450 N 5.88 4 248,100
Crossing Guards $23,390 N 9.45 1 69,900
Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $31,490 N -1.4 2 41,200
Curators $47,930 N 22.98 4 11,700
Customer Service Representatives $30,290 Y 17.74 2 2,252,400
Customs Brokers $60,610 N 11.54 3 1,091,100
Cutters and Trimmers, Hand $24,220 N -13.09 2 24,200
Cutting and Slicing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $29,600 N -4.84 2 75,200
Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $29,160 Y -14.05 2 236,800
Cytogenetic Technologists $55,140 N 11.91 4 172,400
Cytotechnologists $55,140 N 11.91 4 172,400
Dancers $34,050 N 6.79 3 13,000
Data Entry Keyers $27,150 N -6.13 2 284,300
Data Warehousing Specialists $77,010 N 13.14 4 209,300
Database Administrators $71,550 N 20.26 4 120,400
Database Architects $77,010 N 13.14 4 209,300
Demonstrators and Product Promoters $22,510 N 7.12 2 102,800
Dental Assistants $33,230 N 35.75 3 295,300
Dental Hygienists $67,340 N 36.14 3 174,100
Dental Laboratory Technicians $34,820 N 13.89 2 46,000
Dentists, All Other Specialists $153,290 N 14.68 3 6,900
Dentists, General $142,090 N 15.31 5 120,200
Dermatologists $173,860 N 20 4 300,000
Derrick Operators, Oil and Gas $42,970 N -22.99 1 25,000
Designers, All Other $44,020 N 9.65 3 15,000
Desktop Publishers $36,470 N -22.54 3 26,400
Detectives and Criminal Investigators $62,110 N 16.63 3 112,200
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers $63,010 N 18.31 3 50,300
Dietetic Technicians $26,990 N 13.94 2 25,200
Dietitians and Nutritionists $52,150 N 9.24 5 60,300
Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers $17,700 N 5.55 1 420,700
Directors, Religious Activities and Education $36,190 N 12.64 4 80,400
Directors- Stage, Motion Pictures, Television, and Radio $66,720 N 9.79 4 98,600
Dishwashers $17,770 N 11.56 1 522,900
Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance $34,480 Y -2.56 2 195,700
Distance Learning Coordinators $73,910 N 23.88 5 31,400
Document Management Specialists $77,010 N 13.14 4 209,300
Door-To-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors, and Related Workers $21,300 N -14.79 2 181,600
Drafters, All Other $45,320 N 2.33 3 21,200
Dredge Operators $34,590 N 6.97 2 2,200
Drilling and Boring Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $31,470 Y -26.87 3 33,000
Driver/Sales Workers $22,740 N 4.36 1 406,400
Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers $37,190 N 13.52 2 151,300
Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas $39,140 N 7.15 2 23,300
Economics Teachers, Postsecondary $81,170 N 15 5 468,000
Economists $86,930 N 5.82 5 14,600
Editors $50,800 N -0.31 4 129,600
Education Administrators, All Other $73,910 N 23.88 5 31,400
Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School $85,220 N 8.59 5 230,600
Education Administrators, Postsecondary $82,800 N 2.26 5 124,600
Education Administrators, Preschool and Child Care Center/Program $41,060 N 11.78 4 58,900
Education Teachers, Postsecondary $58,300 N 15 5 468,000
Education, Training, and Library Workers, All Other $36,300 N 15.81 3 113,300
Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors $52,550 N 13.99 5 275,800
Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related Repairers $36,280 N 5.09 3 23,700
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians $54,820 N -2.2 3 164,000
Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers $28,640 Y -14.66 2 213,300
Electrical and Electronics Drafters $52,080 N 0.77 3 33,600
Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers, Transportation Equipment $45,830 N 4.07 3 16,100
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equipment $50,730 Y 3.77 3 78,000
Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse, Substation, and Relay $62,270 N 11.53 3 23,400
Electrical Drafters $52,080 N 0.77 3 33,600
Electrical Engineering Technicians $54,820 Y -2.2 3 164,000
Electrical Engineering Technologists $57,530 Y 5.24 4 76,600
Electrical Engineers $83,110 Y 1.71 4 157,800
Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers $56,670 Y 4.47 3 113,900
Electricians $47,180 Y 11.94 3 694,900
Electro-Mechanical Technicians $48,010 Y -4.87 3 16,400
Electromechanical Engineering Technologists $57,530 Y 5.24 4 76,600
Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers $30,680 N -10.31 2 62,100
Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists $38,490 N 18.73 5 81,800
Electronic Commerce Specialists $77,010 N 13.14 4 209,300
Electronic Drafters $52,080 N 0.77 3 33,600
Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor Vehicles $28,060 N 0.15 3 19,700
Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers and Repairers $32,320 N 10.78 3 51,200
Electronics Engineering Technicians $54,820 Y -2.2 3 164,000
Electronics Engineering Technologists $57,530 Y 5.24 4 76,600
Electronics Engineers, Except Computer $89,310 Y 0.31 4 143,700
Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education $50,510 N 15.76 4 1,549,500
Elevator Installers and Repairers $69,050 N 9.21 3 24,900
Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs $40,180 N 9.19 3 119,500
Embalmers $40,620 N 5.22 3 8,500
Emergency Management Specialists $52,590 N 21.66 4 12,800
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics $30,000 N 9.04 3 210,700
Employment Interviewers $46,200 N 27.92 4 207,900
Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists $46,200 N 27.92 4 207,900
Endoscopy Technicians $28,970 N 12.78 2 46,800
Energy Auditors $60,610 Y 11.54 3 1,091,100
Energy Brokers $49,410 Y 13.88 4 589,700
Energy Engineers $89,560 Y 6.66 4 183,200
Engine and Other Machine Assemblers $34,490 Y -7.96 2 39,900
Engineering Managers $117,000 Y 6.16 5 184,000
Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary $85,830 N 15 5 468,000
Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other $57,530 N 5.24 4 76,600
Engineers, All Other $89,560 N 6.66 4 183,200
English Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary $58,870 N 15 5 468,000
Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related Workers, All Other $38,293 N 11.76 3 58,200
Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers, All Other $19,150 N 20.85 3 44,100
Environmental Compliance Inspectors $49,750 N 31.05 4 260,200
Environmental Economists $86,930 Y 5.82 5 14,600
Environmental Engineering Technicians $42,350 Y 30.1 3 21,200
Environmental Engineers $77,040 Y 30.62 4 54,300
Environmental Restoration Planners $61,010 Y 27.86 4 85,900
Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health $40,790 Y 28.91 4 35,000
Environmental Science Teachers, Postsecondary $65,540 N 15 5 468,000
Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health $61,010 Y 27.86 4 85,900
Epidemiologists $61,700 N 15.13 5 4,800
Equal Opportunity Representatives and Officers $49,750 N 31.05 4 260,200
Etchers and Engravers $27,770 N 0.04 2 12,000
Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators $35,930 N 8.57 2 75,700
Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants $41,650 N 12.82 3 1,594,400
Explosives Workers, Ordnance Handling Experts, and Blasters $42,460 N 3.97 2 6,300
Extraction Workers, All Other $39,870 N -7.26 3 8,400
Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $31,080 N -5.18 2 90,700
Extruding and Forming Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Synthetic and Glass Fibers $31,450 N -33.87 2 14,100
Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $29,860 N 14.99 2 83,300
Fabric and Apparel Patternmakers $39,010 N -27.24 3 8,200
Fabric Menders, Except Garment $28,090 N -29.77 1 1,100
Fallers $32,220 N -2.86 1 11,000
Family and General Practitioners $160,530 N 20 5 300,000
Farm and Home Management Advisors $44,180 Y 1.16 5 13,100
Farm Equipment Mechanics $32,970 N 6.87 3 31,200
Farm Labor Contractors $30,400 N 3 2 277,000
Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers $59,450 N 5.88 3 248,100
Farmers and Ranchers $32,350 Y -8.03 3 985,900
Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop $18,540 N 10 1 176,000
Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse $18,540 N 10 1 176,000
Farmworkers, Farm and Ranch Animals $21,670 N 19 1 264,000
Fashion Designers $64,260 N 0.81 3 22,700
Fence Erectors $28,010 N 13.59 2 33,600
Fiberglass Laminators and Fabricators $28,390 N -4.62 2 30,300
File Clerks $24,730 N -23.36 3 212,200
Film and Video Editors $50,790 N 11.86 3 25,500
Financial Analysts $73,670 Y 19.81 4 250,600
Financial Examiners $71,750 N 41.16 4 27,000
Financial Managers $101,190 N 7.65 5 539,300
Financial Managers, Branch or Department $101,190 N 7.65 4 539,300
Financial Quantitative Analysts $58,350 Y 10.5 4 150,600
Financial Specialists, All Other $58,350 N 10.5 4 150,600
Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and Illustrators $44,160 N 8.98 3 23,600
Fire Fighters $45,050 N 18.53 3 310,400
Fire Inspectors $53,720 N 9.32 3 14,700
Fire Inspectors and Investigators $53,720 N 9.32 3 14,700
Fire Investigators $53,720 N 9.32 3 14,700
Fire-Prevention and Protection Engineers $74,080 N 10.29 4 25,700
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Agricultural Crop and Horticultural Workers $40,500 Y 10 2 176,000
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Animal Husbandry and Animal Care Workers $40,500 N 19 3 264,000
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Aquacultural Workers $40,500 N 19 4 264,000
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers $58,330 N 15.37 3 698,100
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Correctional Officers $57,690 N 8.5 3 43,500
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers $40,500 N 6 2 69,000
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers $68,250 N 8.23 3 55,200
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Preparation and Serving Workers $29,470 N 6.62 2 833,300
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand $42,940 N 3.64 3 183,500
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers $34,810 N 5.11 3 251,100
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping Workers $40,950 N 14.88 2 217,900
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Logging Workers $40,500 Y 10 2 176,000
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers $58,610 Y 4.25 3 448,500
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail Sales Workers $67,470 N 4.82 4 506,800
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and Administrative Support Workers $46,910 N 11 3 1,457,200
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers $35,330 N 15.36 3 213,200
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police and Detectives $76,500 N 8.06 3 97,300
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and Operating Workers $52,060 Y -5.24 3 681,200
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers $34,900 N 5.25 2 1,685,500
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Transportation and Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle Operators $52,240 N -3.7 3 217,600
First-Line Supervisors/Managers, Protective Service Workers, All Other $44,480 N 11.99 2 55,600
Fish and Game Wardens $48,800 Y 8.28 4 8,300
Fishers and Related Fishing Workers $23,600 N -7.69 1 35,600
Fitness and Wellness Coordinators $73,910 N 23.88 5 31,400
Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors $30,670 N 29.41 3 261,100
Flight Attendants $40,010 N 8.12 2 98,700
Floor Layers, Except Carpet, Wood, and Hard Tiles $36,060 N -0.98 2 21,200
Floor Sanders and Finishers $32,770 N 11.27 2 12,200
Floral Designers $23,530 N -2.52 2 76,100
Food and Tobacco Roasting, Baking, and Drying Machine Operators and Tenders $27,270 N 0.33 2 18,100
Food Batchmakers $24,290 N 8.74 2 100,500
Food Cooking Machine Operators and Tenders $23,100 N 3.77 2 39,300
Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All Other $19,830 N -1.71 2 50,900
Food Preparation Workers $19,020 N 4.23 1 891,900
Food Science Technicians $34,410 N 8.77 3 21,900
Food Scientists and Technologists $59,630 N 16.32 5 13,400
Food Servers, Nonrestaurant $19,590 N 10.17 1 189,800
Food Service Managers $47,210 N 5.31 3 338,700
Foreign Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary $56,740 N 15 5 468,000
Forensic Science Technicians $51,480 N 19.6 4 12,800
Forest and Conservation Technicians $32,860 Y 8.63 3 34,000
Forest and Conservation Workers $25,580 Y 8.52 3 12,900
Forest Fire Fighters $45,050 N 18.53 2 310,400
Forest Fire Fighting and Prevention Supervisors $68,250 N 8.23 3 55,200
Forest Fire Inspectors and Prevention Specialists $32,940 N 8.42 3 1,800
Foresters $53,840 N 12.13 4 11,500
Forestry and Conservation Science Teachers, Postsecondary $66,930 N 15 5 468,000
Forging Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $32,490 N -19.47 2 28,100
Foundry Mold and Coremakers $29,980 N -12.04 2 15,000
Fraud Examiners, Investigators and Analysts $58,350 N 10.5 4 150,600
Freight and Cargo Inspectors $56,290 N 18.35 4 26,900
Freight Forwarders $36,960 Y 23.94 2 85,900
Fuel Cell Engineers $77,020 Y 6.03 4 238,700
Fuel Cell Technicians $57,530 Y 5.24 4 76,600
Funeral Attendants $22,530 N 26.24 2 34,500
Funeral Directors $54,370 N 11.9 3 30,000
Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, and Kettle Operators and Tenders $33,270 N -6.98 2 24,500
Furniture Finishers $27,590 N 4.48 1 26,500
Gaming and Sports Book Writers and Runners $20,350 N 13.23 2 16,200
Gaming Cage Workers $25,130 N -10.43 2 16,900
Gaming Change Persons and Booth Cashiers $22,090 N -10.37 2 22,300
Gaming Dealers $17,030 N 19.03 2 91,100
Gaming Managers $67,380 N 11.8 3 6,200
Gaming Service Workers, All Other $23,860 N 11.73 3 14,100
Gaming Supervisors $47,950 N 11.79 2 40,900
Gaming Surveillance Officers and Gaming Investigators $30,220 N 11.72 2 9,300
Gas Compressor and Gas Pumping Station Operators $48,870 N -20.56 2 4,300
Gas Plant Operators $56,190 N -4.23 3 14,900
Gem and Diamond Workers $34,060 N 5.28 3 52,100
General and Operations Managers $92,650 Y -0.13 3 1,733,100
Genetic Counselors $44,670 N 15.93 4 59,000
Geneticists $66,510 N 18.76 4 31,700
Geodetic Surveyors $54,180 N 14.88 4 57,600
Geographers $71,470 N 26.24 5 1,300
Geographic Information Systems Technicians $77,010 Y 13.14 4 209,300
Geography Teachers, Postsecondary $65,420 N 15 5 468,000
Geological and Petroleum Technicians $53,240 N 1.53 4 15,200
Geological Sample Test Technicians $53,240 Y 1.53 3 15,200
Geophysical Data Technicians $53,240 Y 1.53 4 15,200
Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers $81,220 Y 17.52 4 33,600
Geospatial Information Scientists and Technologists $77,010 Y 13.14 4 209,300
Geothermal Production Managers $85,080 Y -7.65 3 156,100
Geothermal Technicians $35,520 Y 9.21 2 169,900
Glass Blowers, Molders, Benders, and Finishers $28,470 N 2.79 3 48,200
Glaziers $35,590 N 7.68 2 54,100
Government Property Inspectors and Investigators $49,750 N 31.05 3 260,200
Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products $19,010 N 0.17 1 33,400
Graduate Teaching Assistants $31,540 N 15 5 468,000
Graphic Designers $43,180 N 12.91 4 286,100
Green Marketers $82,370 Y -1.71 4 44,600
Grinding and Polishing Workers, Hand $26,580 N 7.64 1 40,100
Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $30,270 N -15.92 2 92,700
Grounds Maintenance Workers, All Other $23,890 N 11.8 3 21,100
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists $23,330 N 20.14 3 630,700
Hazardous Materials Removal Workers $37,280 Y 14.84 2 42,500
Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors $74,080 N 10.29 4 25,700
Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other $65,220 N 13.01 5 49,000
Health Educators $44,340 N 18.15 4 66,200
Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary $84,840 N 15 5 468,000
Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other $38,490 N 18.73 5 81,800
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other $44,670 N 15.93 4 59,000
Healthcare Support Workers, All Other $29,930 N 17.12 3 200,600
Hearing Aid Specialists $38,490 N 18.73 5 81,800
Heat Treating Equipment Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $32,660 N -10.64 2 23,200
Heating and Air Conditioning Mechanics and Installers $41,100 Y 28.1 3 308,200
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers $41,100 N 28.1 3 308,200
Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other $25,310 N 12.26 3 27,000
Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons, Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble Setters $27,650 N 16.4 1 50,800
Helpers--Carpenters $25,860 Y 23.34 2 79,800
Helpers--Electricians $26,760 N 24.67 2 105,600
Helpers--Extraction Workers $34,570 N -19.24 2 26,200
Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers $24,150 Y 8.34 2 150,900
Helpers--Painters, Paperhangers, Plasterers, and Stucco Masons $23,310 N -3.4 1 19,400
Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters $26,850 N 25.65 2 80,300
Helpers--Production Workers $22,370 N -0.06 1 484,000
Helpers--Roofers $23,600 N -9.44 2 18,700
Highway Maintenance Workers $34,250 N 8.52 2 145,900
Historians $51,050 N 11.46 5 4,100
History Teachers, Postsecondary $63,490 N 15 5 468,000
Histotechnologists and Histologic Technicians $55,140 N 11.91 4 172,400
Hoist and Winch Operators $37,220 N -8.04 2 2,800
Home Appliance Repairers $34,200 N 2.18 3 49,600
Home Economics Teachers, Postsecondary $64,470 N 15 5 468,000
Home Health Aides $20,480 N 50.01 2 921,700
Hospitalists $173,860 N 20 4 300,000
Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop $18,110 N 6.49 1 350,700
Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks $19,820 N 13.69 2 230,200
Human Factors Engineers and Ergonomists $75,110 N 14.23 4 214,800
Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping $36,650 N -5.73 3 169,700
Human Resources Managers $89,330 N 9.61 4 133,900
Human Resources Managers, All Other $96,550 N 9.23 4 63,100
Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Specialists, All Other $56,440 N 21.03 4 224,600
Hunters and Trappers $19,610 N 19 1 264,000
Hydroelectric Plant Technicians $49,760 Y -4.73 2 12,700
Hydroelectric Production Managers $85,080 Y -7.65 3 156,100
Hydrologists $73,670 Y 18.25 5 8,100
Immigration and Customs Inspectors $62,110 N 16.63 4 112,200
Industrial Ecologists $61,010 Y 27.86 4 85,900
Industrial Engineering Technicians $46,760 Y 6.61 3 72,600
Industrial Engineering Technologists $57,530 Y 5.24 4 76,600
Industrial Engineers $75,110 Y 14.23 4 214,800
Industrial Machinery Mechanics $44,470 Y 7.28 3 287,700
Industrial Production Managers $85,080 Y -7.65 3 156,100
Industrial Safety and Health Engineers $74,080 Y 10.29 4 25,700
Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators $29,550 Y 2.73 2 610,300
Industrial-Organizational Psychologists $83,260 N 26.26 5 2,300
Informatics Nurse Specialists $77,080 N 20.31 4 532,200
Information and Record Clerks, All Other $35,550 N -11.79 3 226,900
Information Technology Project Managers $77,010 N 13.14 4 209,300
Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers $32,330 Y -3.63 2 464,700
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other $35,520 N 9.21 2 169,900
Instructional Coordinators $58,780 N 23.19 5 133,900
Instructional Designers and Technologists $58,780 N 23.19 5 133,900
Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and Wall $32,550 Y 15.17 2 27,600
Insulation Workers, Mechanical $37,040 N 19.38 2 29,800
Insurance Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators $57,130 N 7.08 3 294,600
Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage $55,390 N 0.51 3 11,700
Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks $34,040 N 0.27 2 253,800
Insurance Claims Clerks $34,040 N 0.27 2 253,800
Insurance Policy Processing Clerks $34,040 N 0.27 2 253,800
Insurance Sales Agents $45,500 N 11.88 4 434,800
Insurance Underwriters $57,820 N -4.14 4 102,900
Intelligence Analysts $62,110 N 16.63 3 112,200
Interior Designers $46,180 N 19.38 4 71,700
Internists, General $183,990 N 20 5 300,000
Interpreters and Translators $40,860 N 22.19 4 50,900
Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan $28,660 N 15.62 2 233,400
Investment Fund Managers $92,600 N 7.32 4 898,200
Investment Underwriters $58,350 Y 10.5 4 150,600
Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners $21,970 N 4.38 1 2,375,300
Jewelers $34,060 N 5.28 3 52,100
Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers $34,060 N 5.28 3 52,100
Job Printers $34,440 N -7.62 3 45,700
Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates $112,830 N -2.63 5 26,900
Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education $47,830 N 15.03 4 179,500
Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand $23,110 Y -0.81 2 2,317,300
Landscape Architects $60,560 Y 19.68 4 26,700
Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers $23,480 N 18 1 1,205,800
Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $33,880 N -26.73 2 55,700
Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers $19,310 N 2.81 2 235,400
Law Clerks $38,390 N 13.87 4 37,700
Law Teachers, Postsecondary $99,040 N 15 5 468,000
Lawyers $113,240 N 12.98 5 759,200
Lay-Out Workers, Metal and Plastic $36,960 N -11.6 2 8,300
Legal Secretaries $41,080 N 18.44 3 262,600
Legal Support Workers, All Other $52,070 N 11.05 4 48,100
Legislators $18,810 N 0.72 4 67,600
Librarians $53,710 N 7.79 5 159,900
Library Assistants, Clerical $22,980 N 11.09 3 122,000
Library Science Teachers, Postsecondary $60,650 N 15 5 468,000
Library Technicians $29,570 N 8.82 4 120,600
License Clerks $33,520 N 8.17 2 122,100
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses $39,820 N 20.65 3 753,600
Licensing Examiners and Inspectors $49,750 N 31.05 2 260,200
Life Scientists, All Other $63,970 N 16.33 4 13,100
Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other $42,110 N 13.33 3 64,700
Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective Service Workers $18,700 N 11.23 1 115,200
Loading Machine Operators, Underground Mining $44,420 N -7.39 2 4,400
Loan Counselors $37,320 N 16.32 4 32,400
Loan Interviewers and Clerks $33,350 N 4.32 3 210,400
Loan Officers $54,880 N 10.07 3 327,800
Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendants $19,750 N 13.22 1 18,500
Locksmiths and Safe Repairers $35,780 N 12.03 2 22,100
Locomotive Engineers $47,870 Y 10 2 196,000
Locomotive Firers $47,060 N 10 2 196,000
Lodging Managers $46,300 N 4.68 3 59,800
Log Graders and Scalers $33,700 N -1.79 3 5,500
Logging Equipment Operators $31,840 N 7.69 1 41,700
Logging Workers, All Other $34,440 N 13.5 3 8,000
Logisticians $67,960 N 19.55 4 100,400
Logistics Analysts $67,960 Y 19.55 4 100,400
Logistics Engineers $67,960 Y 19.55 4 100,400
Logistics Managers $92,600 Y 7.32 4 898,200
Loss Prevention Managers $92,600 N 7.32 4 898,200
Loss Prevention Specialists $29,420 N 14.02 2 87,700
Low Vision Therapists, Orientation and Mobility Specialists, and Vision Rehabilitation Therapists $69,630 N 25.6 5 104,500
Machine Feeders and Offbearers $26,290 N -22.15 2 140,600
Machinists $37,650 Y -4.57 3 421,500
Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners $19,250 N 5.71 1 1,498,200
Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal Service $25,700 N -11.76 2 141,400
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General $34,620 Y 10.86 3 1,361,300
Maintenance Workers, Machinery $37,760 N 4.57 2 75,400
Makeup Artists, Theatrical and Performance $31,450 N 16.9 3 2,800
Management Analysts $75,250 N 23.87 4 746,900
Managers, All Other $92,600 N 7.32 4 898,200
Manicurists and Pedicurists $19,710 N 18.76 3 76,000
Manufactured Building and Mobile Home Installers $28,730 N 5.15 2 10,300
Manufacturing Engineering Technologists $57,530 Y 5.24 4 76,600
Manufacturing Engineers $89,560 Y 6.66 4 183,200
Manufacturing Production Technicians $57,530 Y 5.24 3 76,600
Mapping Technicians $37,190 N 20.4 3 77,000
Marine Architects $74,330 N 5.77 4 8,500
Marine Engineers $74,330 N 5.77 4 8,500
Marine Engineers and Naval Architects $74,330 N 5.77 4 8,500
Market Research Analysts $61,580 N 28.06 4 249,800
Marketing Managers $110,030 Y 12.48 4 175,600
Marking Clerks $20,960 N 7.23 2 1,858,800
Marriage and Family Therapists $46,920 N 14.46 5 27,300
Massage Therapists $35,230 N 18.92 3 122,400
Material Moving Workers, All Other $32,020 N -2.36 3 41,000
Materials Engineers $83,190 N 9.33 4 24,400
Materials Scientists $80,300 Y 11.95 5 9,700
Mates- Ship, Boat, and Barge $64,240 N 17.27 3 33,100
Mathematical Science Occupations, All Other $48,210 N 17.57 3 6,600
Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary $63,640 N 15 5 468,000
Mathematical Technicians $41,240 N 8.48 4 1,200
Mathematicians $93,580 N 22.48 5 2,900
Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers $22,130 N 6.36 1 169,600
Mechanical Door Repairers $34,620 N 10.89 2 17,100
Mechanical Drafters $47,790 N -1.09 3 78,700
Mechanical Engineering Technicians $48,970 N -1.45 3 46,100
Mechanical Engineering Technologists $57,530 Y 5.24 4 76,600
Mechanical Engineers $77,020 Y 6.03 4 238,700
Mechatronics Engineers $89,560 Y 6.66 4 183,200
Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All Other $57,490 N 12.45 3 20,600
Media and Communication Workers, All Other $42,680 N 10.41 3 34,300
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians $36,030 N 16.09 3 155,600
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists $55,140 N 11.91 4 172,400
Medical and Health Services Managers $81,850 N 16.01 5 283,500
Medical and Public Health Social Workers $46,300 N 22.39 5 138,700
Medical Appliance Technicians $35,010 N 10.88 3 13,900
Medical Assistants $28,650 N 33.9 3 483,600
Medical Equipment Preparers $28,970 N 12.78 2 46,800
Medical Equipment Repairers $42,300 N 27.19 3 41,400
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians $31,290 N 20.33 2 172,500
Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists $74,590 N 40.36 5 109,400
Medical Secretaries $30,190 N 26.64 2 471,100
Medical Transcriptionists $32,600 N 11.15 3 105,200
Meeting and Convention Planners $44,780 N 15.63 4 56,600
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers $38,200 N 19.54 5 137,300
Mental Health Counselors $38,010 N 24 5 113,300
Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers $25,970 N 7.07 2 85,200
Metal Workers and Plastic Workers, All Other $32,150 N -7.43 3 45,000
Metal-Refining Furnace Operators and Tenders $37,900 N -8.6 2 19,100
Meter Readers, Utilities $34,490 N -19.97 2 45,300
Methane/Landfill Gas Collection System Operators $85,080 Y -7.65 3 156,100
Methane/Landfill Gas Generation System Technicians $49,760 Y -4.73 2 12,700
Microbiologists $66,580 N 12.18 5 16,900
Microsystems Engineers $89,560 Y 6.66 4 183,200
Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education $50,770 N 15.34 4 659,500
Midwives $44,670 N 15.93 4 59,000
Milling and Planing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $34,720 N -15.78 3 26,200
Millwrights $48,130 Y 1.42 3 45,200
Mine Cutting and Channeling Machine Operators $43,010 N 4.45 2 9,400
Mining and Geological Engineers, Including Mining Safety Engineers $79,440 N 15.3 4 7,100
Mining Machine Operators, All Other $43,430 N -0.36 3 4,700
Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $32,090 Y 15.49 2 141,500
Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines $44,120 N 8.66 3 136,300
Model Makers, Metal and Plastic $41,220 N -5.87 3 10,100
Model Makers, Wood $30,610 N 2.38 3 1,700
Models $27,330 N 16 1 2,200
Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Except Metal and Plastic $28,470 N 2.79 2 48,200
Molding and Casting Workers $28,470 N 2.79 2 48,200
Molding, Coremaking, and Casting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $27,880 N -4.42 2 143,800
Molecular and Cellular Biologists $66,510 N 18.76 4 31,700
Motion Picture Projectionists $20,420 N 0.56 2 10,800
Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other $26,130 N 8.37 3 79,600
Motorboat Mechanics $35,430 N 5.63 3 22,100
Motorboat Operators $33,210 N 8.05 2 3,700
Motorcycle Mechanics $31,820 N 8.75 3 18,800
Multi-Media Artists and Animators $58,250 N 14.15 4 79,000
Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $31,220 N -14.66 2 86,000
Municipal Clerks $33,520 N 8.17 3 122,100
Municipal Fire Fighters $45,050 N 18.53 3 310,400
Municipal Fire Fighting and Prevention Supervisors $68,250 N 8.23 3 55,200
Museum Technicians and Conservators $37,120 N 25.55 3 11,100
Music Composers and Arrangers $45,090 N 9.96 3 53,600
Music Directors $45,090 N 9.96 4 53,600
Music Directors and Composers $45,090 N 9.96 4 53,600
Musical Instrument Repairers and Tuners $32,800 N 0.06 3 6,100
Musicians and Singers $60,528 N 7.64 2 186,400
Musicians, Instrumental $60,528 N 7.64 3 186,400
Nannies $19,240 N 10.91 3 1,301,900
Nanosystems Engineers $89,560 Y 6.66 4 183,200
Nanotechnology Engineering Technicians $57,530 Y 5.24 4 76,600
Nanotechnology Engineering Technologists $57,530 Y 5.24 4 76,600
Natural Sciences Managers $114,560 Y 15.45 5 44,600
Naturopathic Physicians $65,220 N 13.01 5 49,000
Network and Computer Systems Administrators $67,710 N 23.23 4 339,500
Network Designers $77,010 N 13.14 4 209,300
Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts $73,250 N 53.36 3 292,000
Neurologists $173,860 N 20 4 300,000
Neuropsychologists and Clinical Neuropsychologists $86,540 N 14.44 4 15,900
New Accounts Clerks $30,640 N 0.14 2 87,300
Non-Destructive Testing Specialists $57,530 N 5.24 4 76,600
Nonfarm Animal Caretakers $19,550 N 20.71 2 173,300
Nuclear Engineers $96,910 Y 10.95 4 16,900
Nuclear Equipment Operation Technicians $67,340 Y 9.18 3 6,400
Nuclear Medicine Physicians $173,860 N 20 4 300,000
Nuclear Medicine Technologists $67,910 N 16.33 3 21,800
Nuclear Monitoring Technicians $67,340 N 9.18 3 6,400
Nuclear Power Reactor Operators $72,650 Y 18.91 3 5,000
Nuclear Technicians $67,340 N 9.18 3 6,400
Numerical Tool and Process Control Programmers $46,010 N -15.4 3 16,800
Nurse Anesthetists $65,220 N 13.01 5 49,000
Nurse Midwives $38,490 N 18.73 5 81,800
Nurse Practitioners $65,220 N 13.01 5 49,000
Nursery and Greenhouse Managers $59,450 N 5.88 3 248,100
Nursery Workers $18,540 N 10 1 176,000
Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants $24,040 N 18.78 2 1,469,800
Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary $61,360 N 15 5 468,000
Obstetricians and Gynecologists $204,470 N 20 5 300,000
Occupational Health and Safety Specialists $63,230 Y 11.2 4 55,800
Occupational Health and Safety Technicians $44,830 Y 14.41 3 10,900
Occupational Therapist Aides $25,730 N 30.74 2 7,800
Occupational Therapist Assistants $50,250 N 29.78 3 26,600
Occupational Therapists $69,630 N 25.6 5 104,500
Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other $29,720 N -11.64 2 306,700
Office Clerks, General $26,140 N 11.86 2 3,024,400
Office Machine Operators, Except Computer $26,610 N -7.57 2 79,900
Online Merchants $92,600 N 7.32 4 898,200
Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators $39,770 Y 12.04 3 404,500
Operations Research Analysts $70,070 N 22.02 5 63,000
Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians $28,220 N 14.72 2 35,200
Ophthalmic Medical Technologists and Technicians $38,490 N 18.73 5 81,800
Ophthalmologists $173,860 N 20 4 300,000
Opticians, Dispensing $32,740 N 13.36 3 59,800
Optometrists $96,140 N 24.41 5 34,800
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons $210,710 N 15.34 5 6,700
Order Clerks $28,510 N -26.12 2 245,700
Order Fillers, Wholesale and Retail Sales $20,960 N 7.23 2 1,858,800
Orthodontists $206,190 N 19.79 5 7,700
Orthoptists $65,220 N 13.01 5 49,000
Orthotists and Prosthetists $62,070 N 15.48 5 5,900
Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small Engine Mechanics $29,280 N 6.39 2 29,400
Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders $25,130 N -0.68 2 349,000
Packers and Packagers, Hand $19,470 N -4.48 1 758,800
Painters, Construction and Maintenance $33,720 N 6.97 2 442,800
Painters, Transportation Equipment $38,230 N 0.8 2 52,200
Painting, Coating, and Decorating Workers $23,790 N 10.22 2 32,700
Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $34,120 N -21.54 2 103,300
Paperhangers $37,440 N -14.48 2 7,400
Paralegals and Legal Assistants $46,980 N 28.08 3 263,800
Park Naturalists $60,160 N 11.92 4 18,300
Parking Enforcement Workers $34,810 N -0.14 2 10,000
Parking Lot Attendants $19,200 N 4.22 1 136,200
Parts Salespersons $28,130 N 0.98 2 227,500
Pathologists $173,860 N 20 4 300,000
Patient Representatives $30,290 N 17.74 2 2,252,400
Patternmakers, Metal and Plastic $36,470 N -5.68 3 7,000
Patternmakers, Wood $32,190 N -3.2 3 1,900
Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Operators $34,030 N 11.5 2 60,200
Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks $36,000 N -5.25 2 208,700
Pediatricians, General $152,240 N 20 5 300,000
Personal and Home Care Aides $19,680 N 45.99 2 817,200
Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other $20,160 N 14.28 3 108,500
Personal Financial Advisors $68,200 Y 30.13 4 208,400
Personnel Recruiters $46,200 N 27.92 4 207,900
Pest Control Workers $30,410 N 15.26 2 67,500
Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, and Applicators, Vegetation $29,930 N 17.66 3 30,800
Petroleum Engineers $108,910 N 18.39 4 21,900
Petroleum Pump System Operators, Refinery Operators, and Gaugers $56,930 N -15.16 2 47,100
Pharmacists $109,180 N 17.01 5 269,900
Pharmacy Aides $20,800 N -6.29 2 54,900
Pharmacy Technicians $28,070 N 30.57 3 326,300
Philosophy and Religion Teachers, Postsecondary $61,240 N 15 5 468,000
Photographers $29,770 N 11.54 3 152,000
Photographic Process Workers $26,480 N 3.14 2 21,700
Photographic Processing Machine Operators $20,160 N -24.31 2 51,300
Photonics Engineers $89,560 Y 6.66 4 183,200
Photonics Technicians $57,530 Y 5.24 4 76,600
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physicians $173,860 N 20 4 300,000
Physical Scientists, All Other $93,950 N 11.07 5 27,400
Physical Therapist Aides $23,890 N 36.29 2 46,100
Physical Therapist Assistants $48,290 N 33.28 3 63,800
Physical Therapists $74,480 N 30.27 5 185,500
Physician Assistants $84,420 N 38.99 5 74,800
Physicians and Surgeons, All Other $173,860 N 20 4 300,000
Physicists $106,390 N 15.89 5 15,600
Physics Teachers, Postsecondary $75,060 N 15 5 468,000
Pile-Driver Operators $46,270 N 13.11 2 4,600
Pilots, Ship $64,240 N 17.27 3 33,100
Pipe Fitters and Steamfitters $46,320 Y 15.32 3 494,700
Pipelayers $33,530 N 17.16 2 61,200
Plant and System Operators, All Other $49,760 N -4.73 2 12,700
Plasterers and Stucco Masons $37,770 N 6.57 2 49,000
Plating and Coating Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $28,590 N -12.44 2 39,500
Plumbers $46,320 Y 15.32 3 494,700
Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters $46,320 N 15.32 3 494,700
Podiatrists $116,250 N 8.98 5 12,200
Poets, Lyricists and Creative Writers $53,900 N 14.81 4 151,700
Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers $53,210 N 8.66 3 661,500
Police Detectives $62,110 N 16.63 3 112,200
Police Identification and Records Officers $62,110 N 16.63 3 112,200
Police Patrol Officers $53,210 N 8.66 3 661,500
Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers $34,790 N 17.82 2 99,900
Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary $68,790 N 15 5 468,000
Political Scientists $104,090 N 19.49 5 4,100
Postal Service Clerks $52,530 N -18.02 2 75,800
Postal Service Mail Carriers $52,200 N -1.15 2 343,300
Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine Operators $52,520 N -30.32 2 179,900
Postmasters and Mail Superintendents $58,770 N -15.11 3 25,600
Postsecondary Teachers, All Other $64,680 N 9 3 229,000
Potters, Manufacturing $28,470 N 2.79 3 48,200
Pourers and Casters, Metal $33,780 N -9.65 2 15,100
Power Distributors and Dispatchers $66,990 Y -2.21 3 10,000
Power Plant Operators $60,400 Y -1.56 3 35,400
Precious Metal Workers $34,060 N 5.28 3 52,100
Precision Agriculture Technicians $42,110 Y 13.33 3 64,700
Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers, All Other $50,140 N 2.5 3 15,900
Prepress Technicians and Workers $35,810 N -17.7 3 61,200
Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education $24,540 N 18.95 3 457,200
Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials $19,370 N -8.19 1 66,600
Preventive Medicine Physicians $173,860 N 20 4 300,000
Printing Machine Operators $32,970 N -5.45 2 195,600
Private Detectives and Investigators $42,110 N 21.98 3 45,500
Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists $46,530 N 19.28 4 103,400
Procurement Clerks $36,110 N 5.83 3 81,500
Producers $66,720 N 9.79 4 98,600
Producers and Directors $66,720 N 9.79 4 98,600
Product Safety Engineers $74,080 N 10.29 4 25,700
Production Workers, All Other $27,730 N 1.98 3 282,000
Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks $41,560 Y 1.51 2 283,500
Program Directors $66,720 N 9.79 4 98,600
Proofreaders and Copy Markers $30,700 N -6.09 4 18,200
Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers $48,460 N 8.42 3 304,100
Prosthodontists $111,110 N 27.74 5 500
Protective Service Workers, All Other $29,420 N 14.02 2 87,700
Psychiatric Aides $25,650 N 5.77 2 62,500
Psychiatric Technicians $28,140 N 4.19 3 57,100
Psychiatrists $160,230 N 20 5 300,000
Psychologists, All Other $86,540 N 14.44 4 15,900
Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary $65,760 N 15 5 468,000
Public Address System and Other Announcers $27,210 N 8.21 2 12,300
Public Relations Managers $89,690 N 12.93 4 56,700
Public Relations Specialists $51,960 Y 24.04 4 275,200
Pump Operators, Except Wellhead Pumpers $39,460 N -19.56 2 9,700
Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products $53,150 Y -1.12 3 14,100
Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products $54,810 N 13.86 3 295,200
Purchasing Managers $91,440 N 1.54 4 70,300
Quality Control Analysts $42,110 N 13.33 3 64,700
Quality Control Systems Managers $85,080 N -7.65 3 156,100
Radiation Therapists $74,170 N 27.1 3 15,200
Radio and Television Announcers $27,520 N -6.11 3 55,100
Radio Frequency Identification Device Specialists $89,310 N 0.31 4 143,700
Radio Mechanics $41,060 N -4 3 5,700
Radio Operators $43,040 N 8.98 3 1,000
Radiologic Technicians $53,240 N 17.23 3 214,700
Radiologic Technologists $53,240 N 17.23 3 214,700
Radiologic Technologists and Technicians $53,240 N 17.23 3 214,700
Radiologists $173,860 N 16 3 137,000
Rail Car Repairers $46,460 N 6.51 2 23,100
Rail Transportation Workers, All Other $43,520 N 4.2 3 4,800
Rail Yard Engineers, Dinkey Operators, and Hostlers $33,320 N 10 2 196,000
Rail-Track Laying and Maintenance Equipment Operators $45,630 Y 14.84 2 15,500
Railroad Brake, Signal, and Switch Operators $48,030 N 9.42 2 25,600
Railroad Conductors and Yardmasters $53,940 Y 6.9 2 41,300
Range Managers $60,160 N 11.92 4 18,300
Real Estate Brokers $55,740 N 8.57 3 123,400
Real Estate Sales Agents $40,100 N 16.16 3 394,400
Receptionists and Information Clerks $25,070 N 15.18 2 1,139,200
Recreation and Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary $55,370 N 15 5 468,000
Recreation Workers $22,280 N 14.72 4 327,500
Recreational Therapists $39,440 N 14.6 4 23,300
Recreational Vehicle Service Technicians $32,150 N 6.56 2 13,700
Recycling and Reclamation Workers $27,730 Y 1.98 3 282,000
Recycling Coordinators $42,940 Y 3.64 3 183,500
Refractory Materials Repairers, Except Brickmasons $41,530 N -6.45 2 2,500
Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers $41,100 Y 28.1 3 308,200
Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors $32,070 Y 18.64 2 149,000
Registered Nurses $63,750 N 22.2 3 2,618,700
Regulatory Affairs Managers $92,600 Y 7.32 4 898,200
Regulatory Affairs Specialists $49,750 Y 31.05 4 260,200
Rehabilitation Counselors $31,210 N 18.95 4 129,500
Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Workers $39,460 N 12.56 2 27,700
Religious Workers, All Other $29,410 N 12.54 3 28,300
Remote Sensing Scientists and Technologists $93,950 Y 11.07 5 27,400
Remote Sensing Technicians $42,110 Y 13.33 3 64,700
Reporters and Correspondents $34,360 Y -7.62 4 61,600
Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks $31,250 N 8.11 2 168,300
Residential Advisors $24,160 N 9.1 3 56,900
Respiratory Therapists $53,330 N 20.9 3 105,900
Respiratory Therapy Technicians $44,700 N -1.09 3 16,500
Retail Salespersons $20,260 N 8.35 2 4,489,200
Riggers $42,360 N 0.34 2 13,500
Risk Management Specialists $58,350 Y 10.5 4 150,600
Robotics Engineers $89,560 Y 6.66 4 183,200
Robotics Technicians $48,010 Y -4.87 3 16,400
Rock Splitters, Quarry $29,040 N -1.73 1 4,400
Rolling Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic $35,410 N -15.54 2 34,400
Roof Bolters, Mining $47,420 N -5.66 2 5,100
Roofers $33,970 Y 3.82 2 148,900
Rotary Drill Operators, Oil and Gas $53,020 N -21.53 2 28,600
Rough Carpenters $39,470 Y 12.87 2 1,284,900
Roustabouts, Oil and Gas $31,840 N -12.52 2 65,700
Sailors and Marine Oilers $35,810 N 11.66 2 32,900
Sales Agents, Financial Services $66,930 N 9.32 4 317,200
Sales Agents, Securities and Commodities $66,930 N 9.32 4 317,200
Sales and Related Workers, All Other $35,160 N 7.63 3 162,200
Sales Engineers $83,190 N 8.83 4 78,000
Sales Managers $96,790 N 14.95 4 346,900
Sales Representatives, Services, All Other $49,410 N 13.88 3 589,700
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Products $50,920 N 6.57 3 1,540,300
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products $71,340 Y 9.71 4 432,900
Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Wood $26,010 N 1.44 2 52,600
School Psychologists $66,040 N 11.07 5 152,000
Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education $52,200 N 8.85 4 1,087,700
Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive $29,980 N 4.62 2 2,020,000
Securities and Commodities Traders $66,930 Y 9.32 4 317,200
Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents $66,930 N 9.32 4 317,200
Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers $37,710 N 24.83 3 66,200
Security Guards $23,820 N 14.16 2 1,076,600
Security Management Specialists $60,610 N 11.54 3 1,091,100
Security Managers $92,600 N 7.32 4 898,200
Segmental Pavers $27,720 N 7.1 2 1,200
Self-Enrichment Education Teachers $36,440 N 32.05 3 253,600
Semiconductor Processors $31,570 N -31.53 2 31,600
Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, and Still Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $37,530 Y 10.61 2 40,800
Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleaners $33,350 N 23.82 1 25,900
Service Station Attendants $19,290 N -2.2 1 83,300
Service Unit Operators, Oil, Gas, and Mining $38,460 Y -14.68 2 39,100
Set and Exhibit Designers $45,400 N 16.56 4 10,900
Sewers, Hand $23,030 N -8.18 2 12,200
Sewing Machine Operators $20,260 N -33.66 1 212,400
Shampooers $17,900 N 14.64 2 22,900
Sheet Metal Workers $40,640 Y 6.48 2 170,700
Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs $53,210 N 8.66 3 661,500
Ship and Boat Captains $64,240 N 17.27 3 33,100
Ship Engineers $63,630 N 18.61 3 11,500
Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks $28,250 Y -6.57 2 750,500
Shoe and Leather Workers and Repairers $23,210 N -14.28 2 9,200
Shoe Machine Operators and Tenders $26,390 N -34.76 2 4,800
Shuttle Car Operators $45,560 N -4.04 2 3,100
Signal and Track Switch Repairers $51,530 N 1.15 3 6,800
Singers $60,528 N 7.64 2 186,400
Skin Care Specialists $28,580 N 37.86 3 38,800
Slaughterers and Meat Packers $23,490 N 4.18 1 98,400
Slot Key Persons $25,900 N 2.79 2 24,400
Social and Community Service Managers $56,600 N 13.78 4 130,600
Social and Human Service Assistants $27,940 N 22.57 3 352,000
Social Science Research Assistants $37,500 N 17.77 4 21,000
Social Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary, All Other $69,080 N 9 3 229,000
Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other $69,860 N 22.44 4 32,800
Social Work Teachers, Postsecondary $61,010 N 15 5 468,000
Social Workers, All Other $49,420 N 12.78 4 73,400
Sociologists $69,620 N 21.9 5 4,900
Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary $64,430 N 15 5 468,000
Software Quality Assurance Engineers and Testers $77,010 N 13.14 4 209,300
Soil and Plant Scientists $59,180 N 15.48 5 13,900
Soil and Water Conservationists $60,160 Y 11.92 4 18,300
Solar Energy Installation Managers $58,330 Y 15.37 3 698,100
Solar Energy Systems Engineers $89,560 Y 6.66 4 183,200
Solar Photovoltaic Installers $33,980 Y 11.11 2 59,700
Solar Sales Representatives and Assessors $71,340 Y 9.71 4 432,900
Solar Thermal Installers and Technicians $33,980 Y 11.11 2 59,700
Solderers and Brazers $34,750 Y -1.63 2 412,300
Sound Engineering Technicians $46,370 N 6.29 3 19,500
Spa Managers $35,330 N 15.36 3 213,200
Special Education Teachers, Middle School $51,970 N 18.08 4 100,300
Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary School $50,950 N 19.61 4 226,000
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School $52,900 N 13.27 4 146,700
Speech-Language Pathologists $65,090 N 18.54 5 119,300
Speech-Language Pathology Assistants $29,930 N 17.12 4 200,600
Sports Medicine Physicians $173,860 N 20 4 300,000
Statement Clerks $31,720 N 15.28 2 528,800
Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators $51,370 Y 5.23 3 41,600
Statistical Assistants $35,920 N 5.12 3 17,900
Statisticians $72,820 N 13.07 5 22,600
Stock Clerks and Order Fillers $20,960 N 7.23 1 1,858,800
Stock Clerks, Sales Floor $20,960 N 7.23 1 1,858,800
Stock Clerks- Stockroom, Warehouse, or Storage Yard $20,960 N 7.23 1 1,858,800
Stone Cutters and Carvers, Manufacturing $28,470 N 2.79 2 48,200
Stonemasons $36,780 N 11.59 3 24,300
Storage and Distribution Managers $79,490 Y -5.26 4 99,700
Structural Iron and Steel Workers $44,500 Y 12.41 2 70,200
Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters $33,890 Y -0.38 3 114,100
Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors $37,700 N 21.02 5 86,100
Subway and Streetcar Operators $56,390 N 18.75 2 7,700
Supply Chain Managers $92,600 Y 7.32 4 898,200
Surgeons $219,770 N 20 5 300,000
Surgical Technologists $39,400 N 25.32 3 91,500
Survey Researchers $35,380 N 30.36 4 23,400
Surveying and Mapping Technicians $37,190 N 20.4 3 77,000
Surveying Technicians $37,190 N 20.4 3 77,000
Surveyors $54,180 N 14.88 4 57,600
Sustainability Specialists $60,610 Y 11.54 3 1,091,100
Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service $24,820 N -10.89 2 155,200
Tailors, Dressmakers, and Custom Sewers $26,640 N -2 3 54,600
Talent Directors $66,720 N 9.79 4 98,600
Tank Car, Truck, and Ship Loaders $39,020 N -7.4 2 12,000
Tapers $44,460 N 13 2 37,400
Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents $48,550 N 13.03 3 72,700
Tax Preparers $30,060 N 2.92 3 95,800
Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs $21,960 N 15.53 1 232,300
Teacher Assistants $22,820 N 10.28 3 1,312,700
Teachers and Instructors, All Other $31,540 N 14.73 5 749,700
Team Assemblers $26,820 Y 0.04 2 1,112,300
Technical Directors/Managers $66,720 N 9.79 3 98,600
Technical Writers $62,730 N 18.18 4 48,900
Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Except Line Installers $55,560 N -0.23 3 203,100
Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers $49,110 N 0.91 2 171,000
Telecommunications Specialists $73,250 N 53.36 3 292,000
Telemarketers $21,810 N -11.07 2 341,600
Telephone Operators $30,570 N -3.63 2 22,700
Tellers $23,980 N 6.24 2 600,500
Terrazzo Workers and Finishers $38,230 N 12.71 2 5,600
Textile Bleaching and Dyeing Machine Operators and Tenders $23,340 N -44.83 2 16,000
Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $23,600 N -30.96 2 19,400
Textile Knitting and Weaving Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $25,650 N -39.27 2 29,200
Textile Winding, Twisting, and Drawing Out Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $25,160 N -40.7 2 34,900
Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers, All Other $25,460 N -12.69 3 17,900
Therapists, All Other $51,370 N 11.5 3 32,200
Tile and Marble Setters $39,170 N 14.27 2 76,000
Timing Device Assemblers, Adjusters, and Calibrators $28,070 N -4.41 2 2,700
Tire Builders $39,420 N -17.58 2 21,400
Tire Repairers and Changers $23,120 N 0.86 1 103,200
Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers $38,770 N -0.68 3 69,500
Tool and Die Makers $46,900 N -7.96 3 84,300
Tool Grinders, Filers, and Sharpeners $33,280 N -7.48 2 18,800
Tour Guides and Escorts $23,750 N 11.66 3 38,400
Traffic Technicians $41,330 N 10.35 3 7,400
Training and Development Managers $88,090 N 11.88 4 30,400
Training and Development Specialists $52,120 Y 23.33 4 216,600
Transit and Railroad Police $50,940 N 5.29 3 4,300
Transportation Attendants, Except Flight Attendants and Baggage Porters $20,580 N 13.33 2 21,700
Transportation Engineers $76,590 Y 24.27 4 278,400
Transportation Inspectors $56,290 N 18.35 3 26,900
Transportation Managers $79,490 Y -5.26 4 99,700
Transportation Planners $69,860 Y 22.44 3 32,800
Transportation Security Officers $29,420 N 14.02 2 87,700
Transportation Vehicle, Equipment and Systems Inspectors, Except Aviation $56,290 Y 18.35 3 26,900
Transportation Workers, All Other $32,000 N 12.7 3 44,300
Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers $79,490 N -5.26 4 99,700
Travel Agents $30,790 N -1.13 3 105,300
Travel Guides $31,300 N 1.68 3 5,600
Treasurers and Controllers $101,190 N 7.65 5 539,300
Tree Trimmers and Pruners $30,310 N 26.28 2 45,000
Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer $37,730 Y 12.95 2 1,798,400
Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services $28,330 N 4.2 2 984,500
Tutors $31,540 N 14.73 5 749,700
Umpires, Referees, and Other Sports Officials $22,880 N 10.43 3 15,900
Upholsterers $29,990 N 6.8 2 52,700
Urban and Regional Planners $61,820 Y 19.02 5 38,400
Urologists $173,860 N 20 4 300,000
Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers $18,050 N 13.7 1 106,100
Validation Engineers $89,560 Y 6.66 4 183,200
Veterinarians $80,510 N 32.95 5 59,700
Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers $21,700 N 22.77 2 75,200
Veterinary Technologists and Technicians $29,280 N 35.77 3 79,600
Video Game Designers $77,010 N 13.14 4 209,300
Vocational Education Teachers, Middle School $49,320 N 3.22 4 15,600
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary $47,950 N 16 4 42,000
Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School $52,550 N 9.63 4 99,400
Waiters and Waitresses $17,690 N 6.37 1 2,381,600
Watch Repairers $37,680 N -13.84 3 3,200
Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System Operators $39,850 N 19.83 3 113,400
Water Resource Specialists $114,560 Y 15.45 5 44,600
Water/Wastewater Engineers $76,590 Y 24.27 4 278,400
Weatherization Installers and Technicians $33,980 Y 11.11 2 59,700
Web Administrators $77,010 N 13.14 3 209,300
Web Developers $77,010 N 13.14 3 209,300
Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping $27,310 N -13.11 2 71,900
Welders, Cutters, and Welder Fitters $34,750 Y -1.63 2 412,300
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers $34,750 N -1.63 2 412,300
Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders $32,750 N -7.05 2 54,100
Wellhead Pumpers $38,430 N -28.42 2 18,600
Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products $48,650 Y -2.24 3 147,700
Wind Energy Engineers $89,560 Y 6.66 4 183,200
Wind Energy Operations Managers $92,600 Y 7.32 4 898,200
Wind Energy Project Managers $92,600 Y 7.32 4 898,200
Wind Turbine Service Technicians $35,520 Y 9.21 2 169,900
Woodworkers, All Other $23,770 N 3.3 3 23,300
Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Except Sawing $25,470 N 6.98 2 85,700
Word Processors and Typists $32,590 N -5.69 2 141,900
Writers and Authors $53,900 N 14.81 4 151,700
Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists $56,500 Y 12.81 5 19,500

Salary - The salaries are US national averages as of 2009 (bls.gov).
Green Careers - The 'green' careers are classified using O*NET classification as reported at onetcenter.org.
Growth - Growth rates are US national 10-year projections as of 2008 (bls.gov).
Zone - Zone refers to 'Job Zone' which is a group of occupations that are similar in the amount of education, experience, and on-the-job training needed, with 1 being lowest and 5 highest (onetcenter.org).
Employed - Employed refers to the number of people employed in this career in 2008 (bls.gov).
Score - Score measures how well a career matches your personality assessment interest ratings. A score of 100 is a perfect match and a score of 1 is a perfect mis-match.

*Note:In cases where individual values are not available, values are estimated using averages across similar careers.




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