MICHIGAN STATEWIDE Industry Forecasts
  OCCUPATIONAL  EMPLOYMENT  FORECASTS Notes
  2010 - 2020  
  ( By SOC Code )  
                                                           EMPLOYMENT        CHANGE      ANNUAL AVERAGE OPENINGS
 SOC                                                     --------------   ------------   -----------------------
 CODE         OCCUPATION                                 2010      2020   LEVEL     %    TOTAL  GROWTH  REPLACEMENT
-------  --------------------------------------          ----      ----   -----   ----   -----  ------  -----------

00-0000           Total, All Occupations             4,144,990 4,497,030 352,040    8.5   135,095  37,063  98,032


11-0000 Management Occupations                         305,890   320,250  14,360    4.7     7,908   1,526   6,382
11-1000    Top Executives                               51,880    51,400    -490   -0.9     1,063       0   1,063
11-1011    Chief Executives                             11,940    11,870     -70   -0.6       310       0     310
11-1021    General and Operations Managers              37,770    37,380    -390   -1.0       702       0     702
11-1031    Legislators                                   2,180     2,150     -30   -1.4        50       0      50
11-2011    Advertising and Promotions Managers             870       940      70    8.2        32       7      25
11-2021    Marketing Managers                            3,310     3,710     400   12.0       136      40      96
11-2022    Sales Managers                                9,710    10,240     540    5.5       336      54     282
11-2031    Public Relations Managers                     1,020     1,150     130   12.5        42      13      29
11-3011    Administrative Services Managers              5,150     5,650     500    9.7       177      50     127
11-3021    Computer and Information Systems Managers     7,020     7,940     920   13.1       199      92     107
11-3031    Financial Managers                           10,760    11,160     410    3.8       237      40     197
11-3051    Industrial Production Managers                8,540     9,280     730    8.6       274      73     201
11-3061    Purchasing Managers                           2,140     2,230      90    4.4        74       9      65
11-3071    Transportation, Storage, and Distribution M   2,140     2,230      90    4.1        61       9      52
11-3111    Compensation and Benefits Managers              950       920     -30   -3.2        23       0      23
11-3121    Human Resources Managers                      1,710     1,870     160    9.6        58      16      42
11-3131    Training and Development Managers               640       730      90   14.4        25       9      16
11-9013    Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural M 124,590   129,450   4,870    3.9     2,917     487   2,430
11-9021    Construction Managers                         7,450     8,230     780   10.5       126      78      48
11-9031    Education Adminstrs, Preschool & Child Care   1,560     1,740     180   11.8        62      18      44
11-9032    Education Administrators, Elem/Secondary Sc   6,210     6,390     180    3.0       193      18     175
11-9033    Education Administrators, Postsecondary       4,120     4,580     460   11.0       162      46     116
11-9039    Education Administrators, All Other           1,350     1,510     150   11.4        53      15      38
11-9041    Engineering Managers                          8,220     8,780     560    6.8       216      56     160
11-9051    Food Service Managers                         5,470     5,180    -280   -5.2       101       0     101
11-9081    Lodging Managers                                840       910      70    8.0        30       7      23
11-9111    Medical and Health Services Managers         10,150    11,540   1,400   13.8       388     140     248
11-9121    Natural Sciences Managers                       480       510      20    4.8        31       2      29
11-9131    Postmasters and Mail Superintendents            740       640    -100  -13.4        14       0      14
11-9141    Property, Real Estate, & Community Associat   7,280     7,630     360    4.9       189      36     153
11-9151    Social and Community Service Managers         4,040     4,850     810   19.9       169      81      88
11-9161    Emergency Management Directors                  250       270      20    9.0         7       2       5
11-9199    Managers, All Other                          17,290    18,560   1,270    7.3       511     127     384


13-0000 Business and Financial Operations Occupations  183,800   206,180  22,380   12.2     6,007   2,240   3,767
13-1011    Agents & Business Mgrs of Artists/Performer     120       130      10   10.9         3       1       2
13-1021    Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products     290       310      20    5.1         8       2       6
13-1022    Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Pr   1,770     1,860     100    5.5        54      10      44
13-1023    Purchasing Agents, Excl Wholesale/Retail/Fa  11,160    11,560     400    3.6       339      40     299
13-1031    Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigat   5,240     5,240     -10   -0.1       134       0     134
13-1032    Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage                60        60     -10  -11.1         2       0       2
13-1041    Compliance Officer, Ex Ag/Con/Hlth/Sft/Tr     4,300     4,790     490   11.3       100      48      52
13-1051    Cost Estimators                               5,160     6,050     890   17.2       188      89      99
13-1078    Human Resources/Traing/Labor Relations, AO   17,240    19,630   2,390   13.9       530     239     291
13-1081    Logisticians                                  4,670     5,700   1,030   22.0       193     103      90
13-1111    Management Analysts                          10,680    12,490   1,810   17.0       355     181     174
13-1121    Meeting and Convention Planners               1,540     2,140     600   39.1        90      60      30
13-1141    Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Sp   2,220     2,210     -10   -0.5        38       0      38
13-1151    Training and Development Specialists          4,170     5,180   1,000   24.1       170     100      70
13-1161    Market Research Analysts and Marketing Spec   6,920     9,500   2,590   37.4       443     259     184
13-1199    Business Operations Specialists, All Other   40,300    44,130   3,820    9.5     1,155     382     773
13-2011    Accountants and Auditors                     30,960    34,070   3,110   10.1       976     311     665
13-2021    Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate       2,310     2,450     140    5.9        63      14      49
13-2031    Budget Analysts                               1,950     2,180     220   11.3        63      22      41
13-2041    Credit Analysts                               1,180     1,350     170   14.7        42      17      25
13-2051    Financial Analysts                            4,740     5,440     700   14.8       170      70     100
13-2052    Personal Financial Advisors                   3,490     4,590   1,100   31.3       150     110      40
13-2053    Insurance Underwriters                        1,950     1,970      20    0.9        66       2      64
13-2061    Financial Examiners                             380       480     110   28.2        19      11       8
13-2071    Loan Counselors                               1,050     1,240     180   17.4        45      18      27
13-2072    Loan Officers                                 7,410     8,320     910   12.2       281      91     190
13-2081    Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agen     960     1,090     130   13.9        35      13      22
13-2082    Tax Preparers                                 2,650     2,680      30    1.1        63       3      60
13-2099    Financial Specialists, All Other              8,890     9,340     450    5.0       232      44     188


15-0000 Computer and Mathematical Occupations           84,370    99,770  15,400   18.3     3,203   1,540   1,663
15-1111    Computer and Information Research Scientist     180       220      40   22.2         7       4       3
15-1121    Computer Systems Analysts                    12,170    14,660   2,500   20.5       478     250     228
15-1131    Computer Programmers                         10,570    11,400     840    7.9       329      84     245
15-1132    Software Developers, Applications            10,230    12,630   2,400   23.5       346     240     106
15-1133    Software Developers, Systems Software         6,550     8,960   2,420   36.9       310     242      68
15-1141    Database Administrators                       2,480     3,100     620   25.0       104      62      42
15-1142    Network & computer systems architects & adm   8,030     9,820   1,790   22.3       315     179     136
15-1150    Computer Support Specialists                 18,110    20,860   2,750   15.2       751     275     476
15-1179    Info Security Analysts/Web Dvlprs/Comp Net    5,360     6,220     850   15.9       164      85      79
15-1799    Computer Occupations, All Other               7,360     7,960     600    8.2       198      60     138
15-2011    Actuaries                                       690       870     180   26.0        60      18      42
15-2031    Operations Research Analysts                  2,120     2,490     370   17.5       105      37      68
15-2041    Statisticians                                   430       480      40   10.2        30       4      26


17-0000 Architecture and Engineering Occupations       113,210   122,900   9,690    8.6     3,711     977   2,734
17-1011    Architects, Except Landscape and Naval        1,770     2,070     300   16.8        66      30      36
17-1012    Landscape Architects                            580       650      70   12.8        19       7      12
17-1021    Cartographers and Photogrammetrists             160       190      40   22.2         7       4       3
17-1022    Surveyors                                     1,060     1,250     200   18.6        43      20      23
17-2011    Aerospace Engineers                             430       460      30    7.2        12       3       9
17-2031    Biomedical Engineers                            200       310     110   54.0        15      11       4
17-2041    Chemical Engineers                            1,210     1,220      10    1.1        40       1      39
17-2051    Civil Engineers                               5,980     6,740     770   12.9       198      77     121
17-2061    Computer Hardware Engineers                   1,070     1,260     190   17.3        44      19      25
17-2071    Electrical Engineers                          4,520     4,800     280    6.2       137      28     109
17-2072    Electronics Engineers, Except Computer        1,890     1,920      30    1.6        48       3      45
17-2081    Environmental Engineers                       1,430     1,640     210   14.6        53      21      32
17-2111    Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining      530       570      30    6.4        15       3      12
17-2112    Industrial Engineers                         19,830    21,870   2,040   10.3       636     204     432
17-2131    Materials Engineers                           1,060     1,190     120   11.6        41      12      29
17-2141    Mechanical Engineers                         30,910    33,930   3,020    9.8     1,297     302     995
17-2151    Mining and Geological Engineers, Including      100       120      20   15.4         4       2       2
17-2161    Nuclear Engineers                               350       360      10    2.0         9       1       8
17-2199    Engineers, All Other                          9,360    10,160     800    8.5       286      80     206
17-3011    Architectural and Civil Drafters              1,690     1,700      10    0.8        34       1      33
17-3012    Electrical and Electronics Drafters             860       890      30    2.9        19       2      17
17-3013    Mechanical Drafters                           3,630     3,810     170    4.8        87      17      70
17-3019    Drafters, All Other                             420       390     -40   -8.3         8       0       8
17-3021    Aerospace Engineering and Operations Techni      80        80       0    3.8         2       0       2
17-3022    Civil Engineering Technicians                 2,060     2,300     240   11.7        63      24      39
17-3023    Electrical and Electronic Engineering Techn   4,950     4,980      20    0.4        97       2      95
17-3024    Electro-Mechanical Technicians                  620       660      40    6.1        16       4      12
17-3025    Environmental Engineering Technicians           570       660      90   15.5        20       9      11
17-3026    Industrial Engineering Technicians            5,940     6,380     450    7.5       158      44     114
17-3027    Mechanical Engineering Technicians            4,730     4,690     -40   -0.9        90       0      90
17-3029    Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, A   3,660     3,890     230    6.4        93      23      70
17-3031    Surveying and Mapping Technicians             1,080     1,210     130   12.0        34      13      21


19-0000 Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations  28,690    31,910   3,210   11.2     1,186     322     864
19-1012    Food Scientists and Technologists               330       340      10    3.0        15       1      14
19-1013    Soil and Plant Scientists                       110       110       0    2.8         4       0       4
19-1021    Biochemists and Biophysicists                   320       400      80   24.5        15       8       7
19-1022    Microbiologists                                 350       380      30    8.3        11       3       8
19-1023    Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists              230       230       0    0.0         5       0       5
19-1029    Biological Scientists, All Other                530       570      50    8.5        16       4      12
19-1031    Conservation Scientists                         340       360      30    8.1         7       3       4
19-1032    Foresters                                       310       320       0    1.3         4       0       4
19-1041    Epidemiologists                                 140       170      30   20.1         4       3       1
19-1042    Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists    1,580     2,060     480   30.5        58      48      10
19-1099    Life Scientists, All Other                      140       150      10    7.1         2       1       1
19-2012    Physicists                                      270       300      30   11.7        11       3       8
19-2021    Atmospheric and Space Scientists                200       200      10    4.1         3       1       2
19-2031    Chemists                                      2,680     2,740      60    2.2        93       6      87
19-2032    Materials Scientists                            190       200      10    5.4         7       1       6
19-2041    Environmental Scientists & Specialists, Inc   1,620     1,820     200   12.4        68      20      48
19-2042    Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geog     360       420      60   15.8        17       6      11
19-2043    Hydrologists                                    130       160      30   26.6         7       3       4
19-2099    Physical Scientists, All Other                  690       690      10    0.7        24       0      24
19-3011    Economists                                      230       230       0    1.7         7       0       7
19-3022    Survey Researchers                              900     1,040     140   15.3        38      14      24
19-3031    Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologi   3,360     3,710     350   10.3       141      35     106
19-3039    Psychologists, All Other                        550       640      90   15.7        26       9      17
19-3041    Sociologists                                    250       290      40   16.7        10       4       6
19-3051    Urban and Regional Planners                     920     1,020     100   10.5        34      10      24
19-3093    Historians                                       50        60      10    9.8         2       0       2
19-3099    Social Scientists and Related Workers, All      360       390      30    8.0        18       3      15
19-4011    Agricultural and Food Science Technicians       300       320      20    5.3        12       2      10
19-4021    Biological Technicians                        2,930     3,430     510   17.3       150      51      99
19-4031    Chemical Technicians                          1,970     2,020      50    2.4        33       5      28
19-4041    Geological and Petroleum Technicians            170       200      30   16.6         9       3       6
19-4051    Nuclear Technicians                             170       200      30   19.4         9       3       6
19-4061    Social Science Research Assistants            1,750     1,910     160    8.9        90      16      74
19-4091    Environmental Science & Protection Techs, I   1,000     1,200     210   20.5        62      20      42
19-4092    Forensic Science Technicians                    250       290      40   16.7        14       4      10
19-4093    Forest and Conservation Technicians             490       510      20    3.3        23       2      21
19-4099    Life, Physical, and Social Science Technici   2,470     2,760     290   11.7       133      29     104


21-0000 Community and Social Services Occupations       70,050    82,380  12,330   17.6     2,779   1,233   1,546
21-1011    Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Cou   1,020     1,210     190   19.0        41      19      22
21-1012    Educational, Vocational, and School Counsel   5,440     6,040     600   11.1       176      60     116
21-1013    Marriage and Family Therapists                  300       400     110   36.6        17      11       6
21-1014    Mental Health Counselors                      2,270     2,800     530   23.5       102      53      49
21-1015    Rehabilitation Counselors                     2,340     2,780     440   18.9        94      44      50
21-1019    Counselors, All Other                           680       820     140   20.4        28      14      14
21-1021    Child, Family, and School Social Workers     11,040    12,140   1,100   10.0       372     110     262
21-1022    Medical and Public Health Social Workers      9,250    11,740   2,490   26.9       468     249     219
21-1023    Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Wo   5,520     6,620   1,100   19.9       241     110     131
21-1029    Social Workers, All Other                     2,200     2,510     310   14.2        83      31      52
21-1091    Health Educators                              1,630     2,060     430   26.2        78      43      35
21-1092    Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment   2,770     3,190     420   15.1       102      42      60
21-1093    Social and Human Service Assistants          12,570    15,060   2,490   19.8       521     249     272
21-1798    Community and Social Service Specialists, A   6,490     7,510   1,020   15.7       242     102     140
21-2011    Clergy                                        3,360     3,840     480   14.1       106      48      58
21-2021    Directors, Religious Activities and Educati   2,150     2,440     290   13.6        69      29      40
21-2099    Religious Workers, All Other                  1,040     1,240     190   18.6        38      19      19


23-0000 Legal Occupations                               24,540    25,780   1,250    5.1       566     135     431
23-1011    Lawyers                                      14,790    15,180     390    2.6       320      39     281
23-1012    Judicial Law Clerks                             520       540      30    4.8        10       2       8
23-1021    Administrative Law Judges/Adjudicators/Hear     530       530       0   -0.8        10       0      10
23-1022    Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators        390       430      40   10.2        11       4       7
23-1023    Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates      790       850      60    7.3        21       6      15
23-2011    Paralegals and Legal Assistants               5,090     5,870     790   15.5       151      79      72
23-2091    Court Reporters                                 560       610      50    9.4        13       5       8
23-2093    Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers   1,310     1,210    -100   -7.7        20       0      20
23-2099    Legal Support Workers, All Other                560       570       0    0.2         8       0       8


25-0000 Education, Training, and Library Occupations   254,220   274,050  19,830    7.8     7,438   1,984   5,454
25-1011    Business Teachers, Postsecondary              2,040     2,270     220   10.9        55      22      33
25-1021    Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary      1,010     1,100      90    8.5        25       9      16
25-1022    Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondar   1,650     1,770     120    7.4        38      12      26
25-1031    Architecture Teachers, Postsecondary            370       400      40   10.7        10       4       6
25-1032    Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary           1,910     2,080     170    8.9        47      17      30
25-1041    Agricultural Sciences Teachers, Postseconda     250       260      20    6.0         6       2       4
25-1042    Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary    1,040     1,130      90    8.7        26       9      17
25-1043    Forestry & Conservation Science Teachers, P      70        80      10    6.8         1       0       1
25-1051    Atmospheric/Earth Scien Teachers- Postsec       190       210      20    8.2         5       2       3
25-1052    Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary               600       650      60    9.7        16       6      10
25-1053    Environmental Science Teachers, Postseconda     140       160      10    9.8         3       1       2
25-1054    Physics Teachers, Postsecondary                 380       420      40    9.4        10       4       6
25-1061    Anthropology/Archeology Teachers- Postsec       230       250      20    9.1         6       2       4
25-1062    Area/Ethnic/Cultural Teachers- Postsec          220       240      30   11.6         5       2       3
25-1063    Economics Teachers, Postsecondary               500       550      50   10.6        13       5       8
25-1064    Geography Teachers, Postsecondary               150       160      10    7.3         3       1       2
25-1065    Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary       460       510      50   10.6        12       5       7
25-1066    Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary              720       800      70   10.2        19       7      12
25-1067    Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary               590       640      50    8.8        15       5      10
25-1069    Social Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary, Al     310       330      20    7.8         7       2       5
25-1071    Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary    5,450     6,040     590   10.8       146      59      87
25-1072    Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecon   1,550     1,680     130    8.6        38      13      25
25-1081    Education Teachers, Postsecondary             1,430     1,590     160   11.1        39      16      23
25-1082    Library Science Teachers, Postsecondary         110       120      10    8.5         3       1       2
25-1111    Criminl Just/Law Enforc Teachers- Postsec       360       390      30    7.4         9       3       6
25-1112    Law Teachers, Postsecondary                     610       700      80   13.7        18       8      10
25-1113    Social Work Teachers, Postsecondary             370       410      40   10.3        10       4       6
25-1121    Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postseconda   2,130     2,390     260   12.1        60      26      34
25-1122    Communications Teachers, Postsecondary          850       930      80    9.4        22       8      14
25-1123    English Language/Lit Teachers-Postsec         1,820     1,970     150    8.4        44      15      29
25-1124    Foreign Language/Lit Teachers-Postsec           710       790      80   11.3        19       8      11
25-1125    History Teachers, Postsecondary                 620       680      60    9.8        16       6      10
25-1126    Philosophy and Religion Teachers, Postsecon     540       620      80   14.9        17       8       9
25-1191    Graduate Teaching Assistants                  9,910    10,740     830    8.4       241      83     158
25-1192    Home Economics Teachers, Postsecondary           70        80       0    5.6         1       0       1
25-1193    Recreation/Fitness Teachers- Postsec            310       340      30    8.9         8       3       5
25-1194    Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondar   2,060     2,270     210   10.3        54      21      33
25-1199    Postsecondary Teachers, All Other             9,650    10,470     830    8.6       237      83     154
25-2011    Preschool Teachers, Except Special Educatio   7,270     8,260     980   13.5       287      98     189
25-2012    Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Educa   3,370     3,720     350   10.4       123      35      88
25-2021    Elementary School Teachers, Ex Special Ed    43,420    47,420   4,010    9.2     1,355     401     954
25-2022    Middle School Teachers, Ex Spec/Voc Ed       17,140    18,710   1,570    9.2       534     157     377
25-2023    Vocational Education Teachers, Middle Schoo   1,090     1,100      20    1.8        26       2      24
25-2031    Secondary School Teachers, Ex Spec/Voc Ed    24,820    24,880      70    0.3       684       6     678
25-2032    Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary Sc   1,810     1,800     -10   -0.3        50       0      50
25-2041    Special Ed Teachers, Pre/Kinder/Elem Schl     4,660     5,260     600   12.9       198      60     138
25-2053    Special Education Teachers, Middle School     2,460     2,760     300   12.3       102      30      72
25-2054    Special Education Teachers, Secondary Schoo   3,510     3,500       0   -0.1       104       0     104
25-3011    Adult Lit/Remedial/GED Teachers & Instruc     1,870     2,080     210   11.2        50      21      29
25-3021    Self-Enrichment Education Teachers            6,450     7,380     930   14.3       191      92      99
25-3999    Teachers and Instructors, All Other          23,260    24,740   1,480    6.4       504     148     356
25-4011    Archivists                                      100       110      10   10.7         4       1       3
25-4012    Curators                                        250       310      50   20.6        12       5       7
25-4013    Museum Technicians and Conservators             140       150      10    9.4         5       1       4
25-4021    Librarians                                    4,010     4,090      80    2.0       112       8     104
25-4031    Library Technicians                           3,710     3,910     200    5.4       179      20     159
25-9011    Audio-Visual Collections Specialists            110       120      10    5.4         3       1       2
25-9031    Instructional Coordinators                    5,880     6,640     760   13.0       206      76     130
25-9041    Teacher Assistants                           39,970    42,760   2,800    7.0     1,181     280     901
25-9099    Education, Training, and Library Workers, A   7,550     8,110     560    7.5       223      56     167


27-0000 Arts/Design/Entertain/Sports/Media Occup        57,260    63,320   6,070   10.6     2,159     644   1,515
27-1011    Art Directors                                 1,410     1,590     180   12.9        52      18      34
27-1012    Craft Artists                                   350       390      30    9.3        11       3       8
27-1013    Fine Artists, Inc Painters/Sculpt/Illustr       760       830      70    9.7        25       7      18
27-1014    Multi-Media Artists and Animators               820       910      90   10.4        29       9      20
27-1019    Artists and Related Workers, All Other          230       260      20    9.9         8       2       6
27-1021    Commercial and Industrial Designers           4,830     5,250     420    8.7       192      42     150
27-1023    Floral Designers                              1,270     1,060    -210  -16.5        39       0      39
27-1024    Graphic Designers                             5,980     6,550     570    9.4       241      56     185
27-1025    Interior Designers                            1,020     1,140     120   11.7        44      12      32
27-1026    Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers    1,810     1,850      30    1.7        59       3      56
27-1027    Set and Exhibit Designers                       160       170      10    5.7         6       1       5
27-1029    Designers, All Other                            310       330      30    8.2        12       2      10
27-2011    Actors                                          150       160      10    5.4         5       1       4
27-2012    Producers and Directors                       1,790     1,920     130    7.0        66      13      53
27-2021    Athletes and Sports Competitors                 580       640      70   11.7        22       7      15
27-2022    Coaches and Scouts                            8,090    10,030   1,940   24.0       399     194     205
27-2023    Umpires, Referees, and Other Sports Officia     280       310      30   10.1        10       3       7
27-2031    Dancers                                         150       160      10    5.3         7       1       6
27-2032    Choreographers                                  110       120      10    7.3         5       1       4
27-2041    Music Directors and Composers                 1,280     1,400     120    9.3        43      12      31
27-2042    Musicians and Singers                         2,770     3,050     280    9.9        95      28      67
27-2099    Entertain/Perform/Sport/Related Wrkrs, AO       340       360      30    8.4        12       3       9
27-3011    Radio and Television Announcers               1,090     1,080     -10   -1.0        30       0      30
27-3012    Public Address System and Other Announcers      430       420     -10   -1.2        12       0      12
27-3021    Broadcast News Analysts                         100       100       0    0.0         4       0       4
27-3022    Reporters and Correspondents                  1,050       930    -120  -11.5        37       0      37
27-3031    Public Relations Specialists                  6,450     7,630   1,180   18.3       290     118     172
27-3041    Editors                                       2,110     2,090     -30   -1.2        60       0      60
27-3042    Technical Writers                             1,590     1,830     240   14.8        56      24      32
27-3043    Writers and Authors                           1,570     1,710     140    8.9        55      14      41
27-3091    Interpreters and Translators                    790     1,060     270   34.4        48      27      21
27-3099    Media and Communication Workers, All Other      930     1,010      80    8.4        33       8      25
27-4011    Audio and Video Equipment Technicians         1,120     1,200      80    7.2        40       8      32
27-4012    Broadcast Technicians                           770       790      20    2.1        24       2      22
27-4013    Radio Operators                                  50        60       0    1.9         2       0       2
27-4014    Sound Engineering Technicians                   320       320      10    1.6         9       0       9
27-4021    Photographers                                 3,060     3,220     150    5.0        45      15      30
27-4031    Camera Operators: TV/Video/Motion Picture       400       440      40    9.2        11       4       7
27-4032    Film and Video Editors                          460       500      40    8.3        12       4       8
27-4099    Media/Communication Equipment Workers, AO       470       490      30    5.8        11       3       8


29-0000 Healthcare Practitioners/Technical Occup       250,000   291,460  41,460   16.6     9,143   4,147   4,996
29-1011    Chiropractors                                 1,540     1,730     190   12.2        49      19      30
29-1021    Dentists, General                             3,950     4,140     190    4.9       136      19     117
29-1022    Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons                 210       230      10    5.1         7       1       6
29-1023    Orthodontists                                   260       270      10    5.1         9       1       8
29-1029    Dentists, All Other Specialists                 300       300      10    2.0        10       1       9
29-1031    Dietitians and Nutritionists                  1,900     2,120     220   11.7        89      22      67
29-1041    Optometrists                                    880     1,030     150   17.5        46      15      31
29-1051    Pharmacists                                   9,170    10,430   1,260   13.8       359     126     233
29-1061    Anesthesiologists                             1,190     1,340     150   12.2        39      15      24
29-1062    Family and General Practitioners              3,140     3,610     470   14.9       109      47      62
29-1063    Internists, General                           2,710     3,010     310   11.3        85      31      54
29-1064    Obstetricians and Gynecologists                 410       460      50   12.8        13       5       8
29-1065    Pediatricians, General                          290       330      40   13.7        10       4       6
29-1066    Psychiatrists                                   440       480      40    8.7        13       4       9
29-1067    Surgeons                                        580       660      80   13.0        20       8      12
29-1069    Physicians and Surgeons, All Other           13,690    15,340   1,650   12.1       436     165     271
29-1071    Physician Assistants                          3,550     4,210     670   18.8       135      67      68
29-1081    Podiatrists                                     370       390      20    5.7         9       2       7
29-1111    Registered Nurses                            87,170   104,000  16,820   19.3     3,260   1,682   1,578
29-1122    Occupational Therapists                       4,100     4,980     880   21.4       166      88      78
29-1123    Physical Therapists                           7,210     9,110   1,890   26.3       273     189      84
29-1124    Radiation Therapists                            560       620      60   10.8        17       6      11
29-1125    Recreational Therapists                         850       950     100   11.2        41      10      31
29-1126    Respiratory Therapists                        3,610     4,420     820   22.7       151      82      69
29-1127    Speech-Language Pathologists                  2,430     2,680     260   10.7        72      26      46
29-1128    Therapists, all other                         1,100     1,290     190   17.7        42      19      23
29-1131    Veterinarians                                 1,970     2,550     580   29.4        97      58      39
29-1181    Audiologists                                    480       590     110   23.5        14      11       3
29-1199    Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioner   2,410     2,700     290   12.2        75      29      46
29-2011    Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologis   7,030     7,200     160    2.3       153      16     137
29-2012    Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians   6,160     6,410     250    4.1       145      25     120
29-2021    Dental Hygienists                             8,610    10,400   1,790   20.8       352     179     173
29-2031    Cardiovascular Technologists and Technician   2,540     3,110     570   22.2        95      56      39
29-2032    Diagnostic Medical Sonographers               1,800     2,380     580   32.4        86      58      28
29-2033    Nuclear Medicine Technologists                  800       880      90   10.7        20       8      12
29-2037    Radiologic Technologists and Technicians      6,940     8,280   1,340   19.3       242     134     108
29-2041    Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedic   7,380     9,080   1,700   23.0       318     170     148
29-2051    Dietetic Technicians                          1,410     1,570     160   11.3        40      16      24
29-2052    Pharmacy Technicians                         11,010    12,880   1,870   16.9       378     187     191
29-2053    Psychiatric Technicians                       1,080     1,230     150   13.5        34      15      19
29-2054    Respiratory Therapy Technicians                 480       480       0   -0.8         8       0       8
29-2055    Surgical Technologists                        2,650     2,920     280   10.5        74      28      46
29-2056    Veterinary Technologists and Technicians      1,810     2,570     760   42.0       108      76      32
29-2061    Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational   18,650    21,140   2,490   13.4       747     249     498
29-2071    Medical Records and Health Information Tech   4,760     5,320     560   11.8       151      56      95
29-2081    Opticians, Dispensing                         1,810     2,030     220   12.1        58      22      36
29-2091    Orthotists and Prosthetists                     400       430      30    7.8        11       3       8
29-2799    Health Technologists and Technicians, All O   2,940     3,270     340   11.6        93      34      59
29-9011    Occupational Health and Safety Specialists    1,170     1,240      80    6.7        49       8      41
29-9012    Occupational Health and Safety Technicians      220       230      20    6.9        10       2       8
29-9091    Athletic Trainers                               820       980     170   20.3        46      17      29
29-9799    Healthcare Practitioners & Tech Wrkrs AO, i   3,100     3,460     360   11.6       145      36     109


31-0000 Healthcare Support Occupations                 139,870   173,870  34,000   24.3     5,391   3,405   1,986
31-1011    Home Health Aides                            35,400    54,310  18,910   53.4     2,348   1,891     457
31-1012    Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants     50,400    57,320   6,920   13.7     1,342     692     650
31-1013    Psychiatric Aides                             2,550     2,750     200    7.7        53      20      33
31-2011    Occupational Therapist Assistants               750       950     200   26.7        32      20      12
31-2012    Occupational Therapist Aides                    210       250      40   21.0         7       4       3
31-2021    Physical Therapist Assistants                 2,430     3,140     710   29.0       109      71      38
31-2022    Physical Therapist Aides                        990     1,290     300   30.5        45      30      15
31-9011    Massage Therapists                            2,720     3,270     560   20.4       100      56      44
31-9091    Dental Assistants                             9,330    10,760   1,430   15.3       339     143     196
31-9092    Medical Assistants                           20,640    24,170   3,530   17.1       669     353     316
31-9093    Medical Equipment Preparers                   1,080     1,190     110    9.7        27      10      17
31-9094    Medical Transcriptionists                     2,780     2,720     -50   -1.9        43       0      43
31-9095    Pharmacy Aides                                1,050     1,190     150   14.3        31      15      16
31-9096    Veterinary Assist & Lab Animal Caretakers     2,270     2,410     150    6.4        49      14      35
31-9799    Healthcare Support Workers, All Other         7,290     8,150     850   11.7       197      85     112


33-0000 Protective Service Occupations                  76,220    83,340   7,120    9.3     2,759     713   2,046
33-1011    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Correctionl Officers     1,280     1,320      40    3.0        48       4      44
33-1012    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Police & Detectives      3,240     3,280      40    1.1       115       4     111
33-1021    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Fire Fight/Prev Wrkr     1,390     1,480      90    6.3        74       9      65
33-1099    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Protectiv Serv Wrkrs     1,380     1,500     120    8.7        59      12      47
33-2011    Fire Fighters                                 6,060     6,490     430    7.1       210      43     167
33-2021    Fire Inspectors and Investigators               380       400      30    6.6        12       2      10
33-3011    Bailiffs                                        380       400      30    6.9        10       3       7
33-3012    Correctional Officers and Jailers            10,480    10,890     410    3.9       225      41     184
33-3021    Detectives and Criminal Investigators         2,040     2,130      90    4.5        54       9      45
33-3031    Fish and Game Wardens                           100       100      10    6.3         3       1       2
33-3041    Parking Enforcement Workers                     240       260      20    7.0         8       2       6
33-3051    Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers         16,570    17,680   1,110    6.7       597     111     486
33-9011    Animal Control Workers                          320       350      30    9.0        11       3       8
33-9021    Private Detectives and Investigators            430       520      90   20.1        19       9      10
33-9031    Gaming Surveillance Officers and Gaming Inv     120       120      10    7.8         3       1       2
33-9032    Security Guards                              22,090    25,740   3,650   16.5       716     365     351
33-9091    Crossing Guards                               1,450     1,430     -20   -1.1        34       0      34
33-9092    Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreat     4,370     4,800     430    9.7       323      43     280
33-9093    Transportation Security Screeners             1,200     1,390     190   15.9        33      19      14
33-9099    Protective Service Workers, All Other         2,680     3,030     340   12.7       206      34     172


35-0000 Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupatio 336,410   360,030  23,620    7.0    14,580   2,487  12,093
35-1011    Chefs and Head Cooks                          1,980     1,940     -40   -1.9        35       0      35
35-1012    First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food Pre  24,530    26,320   1,790    7.3       699     179     520
35-2011    Cooks, Fast Food                             18,760    17,690  -1,070   -5.7       400       0     400
35-2012    Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria             10,860    11,660     790    7.3       311      79     232
35-2013    Cooks, Private Household                         70        80      10    6.8         2       0       2
35-2014    Cooks, Restaurant                            30,920    34,220   3,300   10.7       989     330     659
35-2015    Cooks, Short Order                            5,320     5,480     170    3.1       130      17     113
35-2019    Cooks, All Other                              1,290     1,440     150   11.8        42      15      27
35-2021    Food Preparation Workers                     22,690    24,600   1,910    8.4     1,008     191     817
35-3011    Bartenders                                   16,470    17,520   1,060    6.4       679     106     573
35-3021    Combined Food Prep/Serv Wrkr, Inc Fast Fd    70,020    78,610   8,590   12.3     2,813     859   1,954
35-3022    Counter Attendants, Cafeteria/Concession     12,170    12,740     570    4.7       940      57     883
35-3031    Waiters and Waitresses                       72,760    77,480   4,720    6.5     4,105     472   3,633
35-3041    Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                   7,010     7,820     820   11.6       280      82     198
35-9011    Dining Room/Cafeteria Attend/Bartndr Help    13,370    13,630     260    2.0       523      26     497
35-9021    Dishwashers                                  14,950    15,510     570    3.8       739      57     682
35-9031    Hosts/Hostesses: Restaurant/Lounge/Coffee    10,250    10,420     180    1.7       738      18     720
35-9099    Food Prep/Serving Related Workers, AO         3,000     2,860    -140   -4.7       148       0     148


37-0000 Building/Grounds Cleaning/Maint Occup          147,460   160,620  13,160    8.9     3,977   1,329   2,648
37-1011    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Housekeep/Jntrl Wrkr     5,010     4,880    -130   -2.7        69       0      69
37-1012    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Landscaping Workers      4,090     4,750     660   16.2       125      66      59
37-2011    Janitor/Cleaner, Ex Maid/Housekeep Cleanr    69,060    73,720   4,650    6.7     1,767     465   1,302
37-2012    Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners              36,860    38,150   1,290    3.5       749     129     620
37-2019    Building Cleaning Workers, All Other            490       530      40    8.6        13       4       9
37-2021    Pest Control Workers                            880     1,110     240   27.1        63      24      39
37-3011    Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers       28,350    34,370   6,020   21.2     1,103     602     501
37-3012    Pesticide Handlr/Sprayr/Applicatr, Veg          460       500      40    7.8        12       4       8
37-3013    Tree Trimmers and Pruners                     1,570     1,850     280   17.7        56      28      28
37-3019    Grounds Maintenance Workers, All Other          700       770      70   10.6        19       7      12


39-0000 Personal Care and Service Occupations          126,210   144,810  18,600   14.7     5,263   1,869   3,394
39-1011    Gaming Supervisors                              850       950     100   12.0        26      10      16
39-1012    Slot Key Persons                                660       690      30    4.1        15       3      12
39-1021    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Personal Serv Wrkrs      5,350     5,830     470    8.8       177      47     130
39-2011    Animal Trainers                                 820       900      80   10.3        16       8       8
39-2021    Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                     4,770     5,990   1,230   25.7       229     123     106
39-3011    Gaming Dealers                                2,200     2,580     380   17.1       132      38      94
39-3012    Gaming and Sports Book Writers and Runners      130       140      10    5.3         7       1       6
39-3019    Gaming Service Workers, All Other               270       320      50   17.0        17       5      12
39-3021    Motion Picture Projectionists                   220       210     -10   -5.0         9       0       9
39-3031    Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers   3,090     3,270     180    5.8       198      18     180
39-3091    Amusement and Recreation Attendants           9,680    10,500     820    8.5       638      82     556
39-3092    Costume Attendants                              100       100       0    4.2         6       0       6
39-3093    Locker Room/Coatroom/Dressing Room Attend       430       460      30    7.8        27       3      24
39-3099    Entertainment Attend & Related Wrkrs, AO      1,890     2,170     280   14.7       136      28     108
39-4021    Funeral Attendants                            1,700     1,700      10    0.5        81       1      80
39-4831    Funeral service mgrs, directors, morticians   1,020     1,160     140   13.6        33      14      19
39-5011    Barbers                                         280       290      10    3.2         6       1       5
39-5012    Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologi  16,480    18,850   2,370   14.4       551     237     314
39-5091    Makeup Artists, Theatrical and Performance      410       400     -10   -1.7         7       0       7
39-5092    Manicurists and Pedicurists                     990     1,110     120   12.5        30      12      18
39-5093    Shampooers                                      400       330     -70  -16.7         7       0       7
39-5094    Skin Care Specialists                         1,310     1,580     270   20.6        51      27      24
39-6011    Baggage Porters and Bellhops                  1,910     1,990      80    4.2        55       8      47
39-6012    Concierges                                      410       460      50   12.0        15       5      10
39-7011    Tour Guides and Escorts                       1,010     1,160     160   15.4        54      16      38
39-7012    Travel Guides                                   180       220      40   21.2        11       4       7
39-9011    Child Care Workers                           32,820    35,700   2,880    8.8     1,322     288   1,034
39-9021    Personal and Home Care Aides                 14,720    20,900   6,180   42.0       735     618     117
39-9031    Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors     5,960     6,890     930   15.6       188      93      95
39-9032    Recreation Workers                           12,360    13,820   1,460   11.8       344     146     198
39-9041    Residential Advisors                          1,510     1,730     230   15.2        80      23      57
39-9099    Personal Care and Service Workers, All Othe   2,290     2,400     110    4.9        61      11      50


41-0000 Sales and Related Occupations                  422,220   450,400  28,180    6.7    15,924   2,825  13,099
41-1011    First-Line Sup/Mgrs of Retail Sales Wrkrs    42,000    44,880   2,880    6.9     1,268     288     980
41-1012    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: NonRetail Sales Wrk      9,420     9,710     290    3.1       266      29     237
41-2011    Cashiers                                    100,350   103,640   3,290    3.3     4,882     329   4,553
41-2012    Gaming Change Persons and Booth Cashiers        460       390     -70  -14.5        21       0      21
41-2021    Counter and Rental Clerks                    11,660    12,000     330    2.9       299      33     266
41-2022    Parts Salespersons                            4,710     4,920     210    4.5       193      21     172
41-2031    Retail Salespersons                         127,580   137,710  10,140    7.9     4,762   1,014   3,748
41-3011    Advertising Sales Agents                      3,970     4,220     250    6.3       146      25     121
41-3021    Insurance Sales Agents                       11,560    13,200   1,640   14.1       429     164     265
41-3031    Security/Commodity/Finance Sales Agents       7,430     8,040     610    8.2       266      61     205
41-3041    Travel Agents                                 2,050     2,220     170    8.0        38      16      22
41-3099    Sales Representatives, Services, All Other   17,060    19,080   2,010   11.8       702     201     501
41-4011    Sales Reps, Whlsl/Mfg, Tech/Scie Products    12,430    13,670   1,230    9.9       416     123     293
41-4012    Sales Reps, Whlsl/Mfg, Ex Tech/Sc Product    46,830    49,820   2,990    6.4     1,401     299   1,102
41-9011    Demonstrators and Product Promoters           2,720     3,140     420   15.4       121      42      79
41-9021    Real Estate Brokers                             850       920      70    7.7        26       7      19
41-9022    Real Estate Sales Agents                      4,860     5,630     770   15.7       185      76     109
41-9031    Sales Engineers                               2,410     2,520     110    4.4        92      10      82
41-9041    Telemarketers                                 6,310     6,580     270    4.3       162      27     135
41-9091    Door-Door Sales/St Vendors/Related Wrkrs        520       550      30    5.2        15       3      12
41-9799    Sales and Related Workers, All Other          6,990     7,540     550    7.9       231      55     176


43-0000 Office and Administrative Support Occupations  624,130   654,830  30,700    4.9    17,538   4,043  13,495
43-1011    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Office/Admin Support    29,130    31,560   2,430    8.3     1,022     243     779
43-2011    Switchboard Operators, Including Answering    2,930     2,120    -820  -27.8        57       0      57
43-2021    Telephone Operators                             590       480    -110  -18.9        16       0      16
43-2099    Communications Equipment Operators, All Oth     160       160       0    2.6         4       0       4
43-3011    Bill and Account Collectors                   7,090     7,460     370    5.3       175      37     138
43-3021    Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Oper  14,350    15,980   1,630   11.3       413     163     250
43-3031    Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerk  46,890    50,370   3,480    7.4       864     348     516
43-3041    Gaming Cage Workers                             440       380     -60  -14.4         9       0       9
43-3051    Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                4,240     4,560     330    7.7       120      33      87
43-3061    Procurement Clerks                            2,090     2,150      70    3.3        91       7      84
43-3071    Tellers                                      16,070    16,120      50    0.3       666       5     661
43-4011    Brokerage Clerks                                750       770      30    3.6        24       3      21
43-4021    Correspondence Clerks                           160       130     -30  -18.5         4       0       4
43-4031    Court, Municipal, and License Clerks          6,280     6,700     420    6.7       218      42     176
43-4041    Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks      1,030     1,020     -10   -1.4        29       0      29
43-4051    Customer Service Representatives             61,310    67,240   5,930    9.7     2,334     593   1,741
43-4061    Eligibility Interviewers, Government Progra   4,030     4,110      80    1.9       116       8     108
43-4071    File Clerks                                   3,250     2,880    -370  -11.5        86       0      86
43-4081    Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks          5,100     5,520     420    8.2       245      42     203
43-4111    Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan     5,820     6,420     610   10.4       176      60     116
43-4121    Library Assistants, Clerical                  4,130     4,400     280    6.7       214      28     186
43-4131    Loan Interviewers and Clerks                  3,360     3,200    -150   -4.6        62       0      62
43-4141    New Accounts Clerks                           1,070     1,080      10    0.7        31       1      30
43-4151    Order Clerks                                  3,920     4,050     130    3.3       123      13     110
43-4161    Human Resources Assist, Ex Payroll/Timekp     4,050     4,360     310    7.7       144      31     113
43-4171    Receptionists and Information Clerks         28,730    32,970   4,240   14.7     1,293     424     869
43-4181    Reservation/Transportation Ticket Agents/Tr   2,940     3,070     130    4.3        69      13      56
43-4199    Information and Record Clerks, All Other      5,320     5,410      90    1.7       158       9     149
43-5011    Cargo and Freight Agents                      1,180     1,480     290   24.8        58      29      29
43-5021    Couriers and Messengers                       2,910     2,980      60    2.2        77       6      71
43-5031    Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers       2,010     2,200     190    9.7        57      19      38
43-5032    Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambul   4,280     4,720     430   10.1       124      43      81
43-5041    Meter Readers, Utilities                        830       840      10    0.6        25       0      25
43-5051    Postal Service Clerks                         2,030     1,250    -780  -38.3        48       0      48
43-5052    Postal Service Mail Carriers                 12,080    12,760     680    5.6       463      68     395
43-5053    Postal Serv Mail Sort/Process/Mach Oper       4,800     2,960  -1,840  -38.3        25       0      25
43-5061    Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks   7,980     8,320     340    4.3       243      34     209
43-5071    Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks      17,270    16,060  -1,210   -7.0       440       0     440
43-5081    Stock Clerks and Order Fillers               61,290    58,490  -2,800   -4.6     1,523       0   1,523
43-5111    Weighers/Measurr/Checkr/Samplr, Recordkpg     1,310     1,400      90    7.2        60       9      51
43-6011    Executive Secretaries and Administrative As  30,780    33,100   2,320    7.5       645     232     413
43-6012    Legal Secretaries                             5,270     5,440     170    3.3        88      17      71
43-6013    Medical Secretaries                           8,280    10,500   2,220   26.8       333     222     111
43-6014    Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Exe  53,870    53,710    -160   -0.3       722       0     722
43-9011    Computer Operators                            2,030     1,790    -240  -12.0        20       0      20
43-9021    Data Entry Keyers                             5,400     4,910    -500   -9.2        95       0      95
43-9022    Word Processors and Typists                   2,660     2,300    -360  -13.6        15       0      15
43-9031    Desktop Publishers                              870       760    -110  -12.4        16       0      16
43-9041    Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Cler   3,870     4,100     220    5.8       138      22     116
43-9051    Mail Clerks/Mail Mach Oper, Ex Postl Serv     2,640     2,880     240    9.1        75      24      51
43-9061    Office Clerks, General                      112,620   123,920  11,300   10.0     3,122   1,130   1,992
43-9071    Office Machine Operators, Except Computer     1,670     1,490    -190  -11.1        47       0      47
43-9081    Proofreaders and Copy Markers                   380       380      10    1.9         8       1       7
43-9111    Statistical Assistants                          140       150      10    4.9         4       1       3
43-9799    Office and Administrative Support Workers,   10,480    11,310     820    7.9       304      82     222


45-0000 Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations      25,740    26,200     470    1.8       811      47     764
45-1011    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Farm/Fish/Forest Wrk     1,080     1,110      30    2.4        34       3      31
45-2011    Agricultural Inspectors                         250       260      10    2.8         8       1       7
45-2021    Animal Breeders                                 170       180      10    4.7         6       1       5
45-2041    Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products    1,680     1,720      40    2.1        45       4      41
45-2091    Agricultural Equipment Operators              1,850     1,890      30    1.7        59       3      56
45-2092    Farmworker/Laborer: Crop/Nursery/Greenhse    16,840    17,070     230    1.4       536      23     513
45-2093    Farmworkers, Farm and Ranch Animals           2,200     2,230      40    1.7        71       4      67
45-2099    Agricultural Workers, All Other                 430       450      20    4.1        15       2      13
45-4011    Forest and Conservation Workers                  60        70       0    3.2         2       0       2
45-4021    Fallers                                         170       180      10    7.9         5       1       4
45-4022    Logging Equipment Operators                     810       860      60    6.9        25       6      19
45-4023    Log Graders and Scalers                          90        90      10    6.8         3       1       2
45-4029    Logging Workers, All Other                       90        90     -10   -5.6         2       0       2


47-0000 Construction and Extraction Occupations        119,360   130,500  11,130    9.3     3,686   1,118   2,568
47-1011    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Construction/Extract    10,940    12,040   1,090   10.0       361     109     252
47-2011    Boilermakers                                    400       420      10    3.0        16       1      15
47-2021    Brickmasons and Blockmasons                   2,070     2,590     520   24.9        95      52      43
47-2031    Carpenters                                   15,710    17,100   1,390    8.9       472     139     333
47-2041    Carpet Installers                               810       850      30    4.2        21       3      18
47-2042    Floor Layers, Except Carpet, Wood, and Hard     340       340       0   -0.6         7       0       7
47-2043    Floor Sanders and Finishers                     250       260      10    5.2         6       1       5
47-2044    Tile and Marble Setters                         820       940     120   14.3        30      12      18
47-2051    Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers          3,320     3,780     460   13.8        98      46      52
47-2053    Terrazzo Workers and Finishers                  130       130     -10   -3.7         2       0       2
47-2061    Construction Laborers                        20,340    22,500   2,160   10.6       379     216     163
47-2071    Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Op   1,340     1,440     110    7.9        38      10      28
47-2073    Operating Engineer/Othr Constr Equip Oper     7,360     8,230     870   11.8       257      86     171
47-2081    Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers             940     1,050     110   11.4        37      11      26
47-2082    Tapers                                          300       340      40   14.5        12       4       8
47-2111    Electricians                                 16,600    17,590     990    6.0       547      99     448
47-2121    Glaziers                                        900     1,110     210   22.9        55      21      34
47-2131    Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and Wal     530       560      40    6.6        25       4      21
47-2132    Insulation Workers, Mechanical                  500       550      50   10.3        25       5      20
47-2141    Painters, Construction and Maintenance        5,560     6,130     560   10.1       177      56     121
47-2142    Paperhangers                                     60        60       0    0.0         1       0       1
47-2151    Pipelayers                                      600       690      80   13.9        25       8      17
47-2152    Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters      10,700    11,660     960    8.9       405      96     309
47-2161    Plasterers and Stucco Masons                    240       240       0   -0.8         5       0       5
47-2171    Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Workers               90       110      20   26.7         4       2       2
47-2181    Roofers                                       2,310     2,340      30    1.1        51       3      48
47-2211    Sheet Metal Workers                           2,790     2,850      70    2.4        54       7      47
47-2221    Structural Iron and Steel Workers             1,120     1,150      30    2.9        26       3      23
47-3011    Helpers: Brick/Block/Stone/Tile Setters         320       420     100   29.6        18      10       8
47-3012    Helpers--Carpenters                             300       410     110   36.5        19      11       8
47-3013    Helpers--Electricians                           210       230      20    8.1         8       2       6
47-3014    Helpers: Paint/Paperhang/Plast/Stucco Msn       220       230      10    2.3         6       0       6
47-3015    Helpers: Pipelayer/Plumbr/Pipefit/Steamft       470       570     110   23.0        23      11      12
47-3016    Helpers--Roofers                                160       140     -20   -9.6         4       0       4
47-3019    Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other         640       780     140   22.1        31      14      17
47-4011    Construction and Building Inspectors          2,550     2,830     270   10.7       102      27      75
47-4021    Elevator Installers and Repairers               230       210     -20   -6.6         7       0       7
47-4031    Fence Erectors                                  110       110      10    8.6         4       1       3
47-4041    Hazardous Materials Removal Workers             780       860      80   10.4        29       8      21
47-4051    Highway Maintenance Workers                   2,650     2,820     170    6.3        87      17      70
47-4061    Rail-Track Laying/Maint Equip Operators          60        50       0   -5.3         2       0       2
47-4071    Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleane     840       910      80    8.9        30       8      22
47-4799    Construction and Related Workers, All Other   1,130     1,190      60    5.5        44       6      38
47-5011    Derrick Operators, Oil and Gas                  100       110      10    9.0         3       1       2
47-5012    Rotary Drill Operators, Oil and Gas             180       190      10    3.8         5       1       4
47-5013    Service Unit Operators, Oil, Gas, and Minin     210       230      20    7.6         6       2       4
47-5021    Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas              300       320      10    4.3         7       1       6
47-5041    Continuous Mining Machine Operators              90       100       0    2.1         2       0       2
47-5071    Roustabouts, Oil and Gas                        260       280      10    5.3         7       1       6
47-5081    Helpers--Extraction Workers                     100       100       0    0.0         2       0       2
47-5099    Extraction Workers, All Other                   200       210      10    4.6         5       1       4


49-0000 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupati 149,780   160,770  10,990    7.3     4,481   1,164   3,317
49-1011    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Mechanic/Instll/Repr    11,400    11,910     510    4.5       351      51     300
49-2011    Computer/ATM/Office Machine Repairers         2,490     2,560      80    3.0        69       8      61
49-2021    Radio Mechanics                               1,440     2,070     640   44.3        87      64      23
49-2022    Telecomm Equip Install/Repairers, Ex Line     5,430     5,640     220    4.0       108      22      86
49-2091    Avionics Technicians                            210       220      10    4.7         6       1       5
49-2092    Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related Rep     720       690     -30   -4.7         6       0       6
49-2093    Electrical/Elect Inst/Repair, Trnsprt Equ        70        70       0   -4.3         2       0       2
49-2094    Electrical/Elect Repair, Comm/Ind Equip       2,030     1,950     -80   -3.9        50       0      50
49-2095    Electrical/Elec Repairer, Pwrhs/Subst/Rly     1,030     1,110      90    8.3        33       8      25
49-2096    Electronic Equip Instll/Repair, Motor Veh       360       360     -10   -1.9         9       0       9
49-2097    Electronic Hm Entertain Equip Inst/Repair     1,120     1,190      70    6.4        35       7      28
49-2098    Security & Fire Alarm Systems Installers        630       820     190   30.3        34      19      15
49-3011    Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians    1,640     1,730      90    5.5        59       9      50
49-3021    Automotive Body and Related Repairers         5,560     5,660     100    1.8       145      10     135
49-3022    Automotive Glass Installers and Repairers       540       570      40    7.3        18       4      14
49-3023    Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanic  20,430    21,610   1,180    5.8       646     118     528
49-3031    Bus/Truck Mechanics/Diesel Eng Specialist     6,640     7,120     480    7.2       192      48     144
49-3041    Farm Equipment Mechanics                        680       740      60    9.2        24       6      18
49-3042    Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except En   2,780     3,090     310   11.0       102      30      72
49-3043    Rail Car Repairers                              490       570      70   14.8        20       7      13
49-3051    Motorboat Mechanics                             940     1,030      90    9.1        33       9      24
49-3052    Motorcycle Mechanics                            330       360      30   10.3        11       3       8
49-3053    Outdoor Power Equip/Small Engine Mechanic       890     1,000     110   12.0        34      11      23
49-3091    Bicycle Repairers                               570       770     200   36.0        35      20      15
49-3092    Recreational Vehicle Service Technicians        400       440      30    8.4        13       3      10
49-3093    Tire Repairers and Changers                   3,630     3,780     150    4.0       109      15      94
49-9011    Mechanical Door Repairers                       110       110      10    8.6         3       1       2
49-9012    Control/Valve Instll/Repair, Ex Mech Door       800       770     -30   -3.6        15       0      15
49-9021    Heating/Air Cond/Refrig Mechanics/Instllr     6,220     7,380   1,160   18.7       226     116     110
49-9031    Home Appliance Repairers                      1,230     1,210     -20   -1.7        23       0      23
49-9041    Industrial Machinery Mechanics               10,780    12,700   1,920   17.8       399     192     207
49-9043    Maintenance Workers, Machinery                2,090     2,100       0    0.1        38       0      38
49-9044    Millwrights                                   2,960     2,500    -460  -15.5        62       0      62
49-9051    Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repair   2,470     2,600     130    5.3       100      13      87
49-9052    Telecommunications Line Installers and Repa   1,830     2,050     220   12.3        56      22      34
49-9061    Camera and Photographic Equipment Repairers      60        60       0    3.4         2       0       2
49-9062    Medical Equipment Repairers                     950     1,210     260   26.9        52      26      26
49-9063    Musical Instrument Repairers and Tuners         100       100       0    0.0         3       0       3
49-9069    Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairer     380       370     -10   -1.9        10       0      10
49-9071    Maintenance and Repair Workers, General      36,280    38,630   2,360    6.5       903     236     667
49-9091    Coin/Vending/Amusement Mach Serv/Repairer       590       710     120   20.7        24      12      12
49-9092    Commercial Divers                               130       150      20   11.2         4       2       2
49-9094    Locksmiths and Safe Repairers                   390       480      90   21.8        16       9       7
49-9095    Manufactured Building and Mobile Home Insta      50        50       0   -3.8         1       0       1
49-9096    Riggers                                         130       130      10    4.7         3       1       2
49-9097    Signal and Track Switch Repairers               110       100     -10   -4.8         2       0       2
49-9098    Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Rep   2,540     2,680     140    5.6       130      14     116
49-9799    Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Worke   7,070     7,550     480    6.8       178      48     130


51-0000 Production Occupations                         354,490   365,500  11,010    3.1     8,468   1,512   6,956
51-1011    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Productn/Oper Wrkrs     22,860    22,830     -30   -0.1       299       0     299
51-2011    Aircraft Struct/Rigging & Systems Assemb        400       470      70   17.6        15       7       8
51-2021    Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers             230       200     -30  -11.3         3       0       3
51-2022    Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assembl   3,930     3,890     -40   -1.1        57       0      57
51-2023    Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers          810       850      40    4.8        16       4      12
51-2031    Engine and Other Machine Assemblers           2,480     2,680     190    7.8        67      19      48
51-2041    Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters      2,660     2,850     190    7.3        70      19      51
51-2091    Fiberglass Laminators and Fabricators           550       510     -30   -6.0        11       0      11
51-2092    Team Assemblers                              42,350    44,450   2,100    5.0     1,049     210     839
51-2093    Timing Device Assemblers, Adjusters, and Ca     100        90     -10  -10.4         2       0       2
51-2099    Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other        23,200    24,920   1,710    7.4       631     171     460
51-3011    Bakers                                        4,520     4,530      10    0.2       131       1     130
51-3021    Butchers and Meat Cutters                     3,340     3,560     220    6.5       119      22      97
51-3022    Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmer   1,740     1,970     230   13.4        73      23      50
51-3023    Slaughterers and Meat Packers                   630       680      60    8.9        24       6      18
51-3091    Food/Tobco Roast/Bake/Dry Mach Oprs/Tndrs       810       870      60    8.0        29       6      23
51-3092    Food Batchmakers                              2,870     2,990     120    4.2        92      12      80
51-3093    Food Cooking Machine Operators and Tenders    1,180     1,220      50    3.9        39       5      34
51-4011    Computer-Controlled Mach Tool Opers, M/P      8,910    10,180   1,270   14.2       297     127     170
51-4012    Numerical Tool and Process Control Programm   1,010     1,060      50    4.7        24       5      19
51-4021    Extrude/Drawg Mach Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs, M/P     3,340     3,450     110    3.3        75      11      64
51-4022    Forging Machine Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs, M/P        3,830     3,840      10    0.3        74       1      73
51-4023    Rolling Machine Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs, M/P        1,520     1,530      10    0.9        30       1      29
51-4031    Cut/Punch/Press Mach Settrs/Opr/Tndr, M/P    13,180    13,290     110    0.8       109      11      98
51-4032    Drill/Bore Mach Tool Settrs/Opr/Tndr, M/P     1,580     1,370    -220  -13.7         9       0       9
51-4033    Grind/Polish Mach Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs, M/P      3,640     3,470    -170   -4.8        57       0      57
51-4034    Lathe/Turn Mach Tool Settrs/Opr/Tndr, M/P     2,300     2,010    -290  -12.4        83       0      83
51-4035    Mill/Plane Mach Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs, M/P        1,200     1,210       0    0.2        23       0      23
51-4041    Machinists                                   22,170    23,490   1,320    6.0       539     132     407
51-4051    Metal-Refining Furnace Operators and Tender     440       480      40    9.2        12       4       8
51-4052    Pourers and Casters, Metal                    1,300     1,260     -30   -2.4        25       0      25
51-4061    Model Makers, Metal and Plastic               1,220     1,120     -90   -7.6         6       0       6
51-4062    Patternmakers, Metal and Plastic                350       320     -30   -7.5         2       0       2
51-4071    Foundry Mold and Coremakers                     400       410      10    3.0         8       1       7
51-4072    Mold/Core/Cast Mach Settrs/Opr/Tndr, M/P     10,450    10,540      80    0.8       183       8     175
51-4081    Multiple Mach Tool Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs, M/P     3,470     3,400     -80   -2.2        66       0      66
51-4111    Tool and Die Makers                          10,720    10,260    -460   -4.3        55       0      55
51-4121    Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers      9,990    10,830     840    8.4       350      84     266
51-4122    Weld/Solder/Braze Mach Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs      2,320     2,460     130    5.7        75      13      62
51-4191    Heat Treat Equip Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs, M/P       1,230     1,160     -70   -5.3        96       0      96
51-4192    Lay-Out Workers, Metal and Plastic              110       120      10   11.4         3       1       2
51-4193    Plate/Coat Mach Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs, M/P        1,500     1,520      30    1.7        35       3      32
51-4194    Tool Grinders, Filers, and Sharpeners         1,130     1,070     -60   -5.7        11       0      11
51-4199    Metal Workers and Plastic Workers, All Othe   1,810     1,830      20    0.9        21       2      19
51-5111    Prepress Technicians and Workers              1,460     1,140    -320  -21.9        34       0      34
51-5112    Printing Press Operators and Job Printers     4,970     4,650    -320   -6.5        97       0      97
51-5113    Print Binding and Finishing Workers           1,770     1,630    -140   -8.0        60       0      60
51-6011    Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers              6,130     5,850    -270   -4.5       116       0     116
51-6021    Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Mat   1,600     1,480    -110   -7.0        11       0      11
51-6031    Sewing Machine Operators                      3,430     3,320    -110   -3.1        18       0      18
51-6041    Shoe and Leather Workers and Repairers          160       140     -10   -8.3         5       0       5
51-6042    Shoe Machine Operators and Tenders              130        80     -50  -37.8         2       0       2
51-6051    Sewers, Hand                                    180       170     -10   -4.5         2       0       2
51-6052    Tailors, Dressmakers, and Custom Sewers       1,820     1,760     -50   -3.0        24       0      24
51-6062    Textile Cutting Machine Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs       190       180     -20   -9.3         4       0       4
51-6064    Textile Wnd/Twst/Drw Mach Settrs/Opr/Tndr       100        90     -10  -11.3         1       0       1
51-6091    Extrude/Form Mach Settr/Opr/Tndr, Syn/Gls       240       230     -10   -3.8         3       0       3
51-6093    Upholsterers                                  1,350     1,360       0    0.1        35       0      35
51-6099    Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers,      520       490     -30   -5.2         4       0       4
51-7011    Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters            1,530     1,730     200   13.3        58      20      38
51-7021    Furniture Finishers                             640       630     -10   -0.8        16       0      16
51-7031    Model Makers, Wood                              160       170      10    8.2         5       1       4
51-7032    Patternmakers, Wood                             220       210     -10   -5.4         6       0       6
51-7041    Sawing Machine Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs, Wood        1,170     1,340     170   14.1        42      16      26
51-7042    Woodwork Mach Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs, Ex Saw       1,800     1,880      80    4.3        23       8      15
51-7099    Woodworkers, All Other                          130       130       0   -3.1         3       0       3
51-8012    Power Distributors and Dispatchers              610       600       0   -0.5        22       0      22
51-8013    Power Plant Operators                         1,770     1,780      20    0.9        65       2      63
51-8021    Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators     1,070     1,080      20    1.6        25       2      23
51-8031    Water/Liquid Waste Treat Plant/Sys Opers      2,920     3,160     240    8.4       100      24      76
51-8092    Gas Plant Operators                             520       510     -10   -1.7        17       0      17
51-8099    Plant and System Operators, All Other           710       710     -10   -0.7        23       0      23
51-9011    Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders        720       660     -60   -7.7        12       0      12
51-9012    Separate/Filter/ Mach Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs         550       590      40    6.5        13       4       9
51-9021    Crush/Grind/Polish Mach Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs       840       840       0   -0.2        25       0      25
51-9022    Grinding and Polishing Workers, Hand            790       810      20    2.9        25       2      23
51-9023    Mixing & Blending Mach Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs      4,120     3,990    -140   -3.3       123       0     123
51-9031    Cutters and Trimmers, Hand                      350       340       0   -0.6         8       0       8
51-9032    Cutting & Slicing Mach Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs      1,510     1,450     -50   -3.5        33       0      33
51-9041    Extrude/Form/Press Mach Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs     2,170     2,190      20    1.0        53       2      51
51-9051    Furnace/Kiln/Oven/Drier/Kettle Oprs/Tndrs       690       650     -30   -5.0        18       0      18
51-9061    Inspectors/Tester/Sorter/Sampler/Weighers    19,460    20,930   1,470    7.6       571     147     424
51-9071    Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Worke     690       640     -60   -8.4        16       0      16
51-9081    Dental Laboratory Technicians                 1,940     2,070     130    6.6        74      13      61
51-9082    Medical Appliance Technicians                   380       400      20    4.2        14       2      12
51-9083    Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians               520       580      60   10.7        22       6      16
51-9111    Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and   7,180     7,390     200    2.8       138      20     118
51-9121    Coat/Paint/Spray/ Mach Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs      3,150     3,230      70    2.3        75       7      68
51-9122    Painters, Transportation Equipment            1,410     1,440      40    2.8        34       4      30
51-9123    Painting, Coating, and Decorating Workers       660       790     130   20.2        27      13      14
51-9151    Photog Process Wrkrs & Processing Machine O   1,460     1,280    -170  -11.9        36       0      36
51-9191    Cementing and Gluing Machine Operators and      210       190     -10   -5.4         3       0       3
51-9192    Cleaning/Wash/Metal Pickl Equip Oprs/Tndr       560       550     -10   -1.8        13       0      13
51-9193    Cooling/Freezing Equipment Oprs/Tenders         260       250       0   -1.2         6       0       6
51-9194    Etchers and Engravers                           190       180     -10   -4.3         1       0       1
51-9195    Molders, Shapers, & Casters, Ex M/P           1,270     1,260     -10   -0.9        46       0      46
51-9196    Paper Goods Machine Settrs/Oprs/Tndrs         1,880     1,740    -140   -7.3        19       0      19
51-9198    Helpers--Production Workers                  14,720    16,130   1,410    9.6       385     141     244
51-9399    Production Workers, All Other                23,220    24,880   1,660    7.1       774     166     608


53-0000 Transportation and Material Moving Occupations 251,080   268,170  17,090    6.8     8,118   1,804   6,314
53-1011    Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors             180       210      30   14.4         7       3       4
53-1021    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Helpers/Labor, Hand      3,520     4,120     590   16.9       131      59      72
53-1031    First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Trns/M-M Mach/Veh Op     4,720     4,990     270    5.8       124      27      97
53-2011    Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engine   2,980     3,240     260    8.7       139      26     113
53-2012    Commercial Pilots                               790       970     190   23.8        49      19      30
53-2021    Air Traffic Controllers                         440       450      10    1.1        17       0      17
53-2022    Airfield Operations Specialists                 280       320      40   15.0        15       4      11
53-2031    Flight Attendants                             3,280     3,370      90    2.7        71       9      62
53-3011    Ambulance Drivers & Attendants, Ex EMT          340       400      60   16.9        13       6       7
53-3021    Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity            4,460     4,880     420    9.5       128      42      86
53-3022    Bus Drivers, School                          15,980    15,560    -420   -2.6       309       0     309
53-3031    Driver/Sales Workers                          9,140     9,560     420    4.6       224      42     182
53-3032    Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer     48,610    54,070   5,460   11.2     1,513     546     967
53-3033    Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services    25,410    26,640   1,230    4.8       629     123     506
53-3041    Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                   4,270     4,820     540   12.7       107      54      53
53-3099    Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other            2,500     2,740     240    9.8        72      24      48
53-4011    Locomotive Engineers                            720       750      30    4.0        29       3      26
53-4013    Rail Yard Engineers, Dinkey Operators, and      490       480     -10   -1.0        17       0      17
53-4021    Railroad Brake, Signal, and Switch Operator     330       310     -20   -6.3        11       0      11
53-4031    Railroad Conductors and Yardmasters             930       960      30    3.2        31       3      28
53-5011    Sailors and Marine Oilers                       190       210      20    8.5        10       2       8
53-5021    Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessel     220       240      20    9.8        10       2       8
53-5022    Motorboat Operators                             160       170      10    6.9         7       1       6
53-6011    Bridge and Lock Tenders                         150       160      10    3.3         4       0       4
53-6021    Parking Lot Attendants                        2,550     2,430    -130   -5.1        76       0      76
53-6031    Service Station Attendants                    2,410     2,820     400   16.7       119      40      79
53-6041    Traffic Technicians                              80        90      10    8.3         3       1       2
53-6051    Transportation Inspectors                       390       440      50   12.2        15       5      10
53-6061    Transportation Attendants, Except Flight At     280       270       0   -1.1         5       0       5
53-6099    Transportation Workers, All Other               600       650      60    9.6        24       6      18
53-7011    Conveyor Operators and Tenders                  800       840      40    4.9        28       4      24
53-7021    Crane and Tower Operators                       730       720     -10   -1.2        20       0      20
53-7032    Excavating/Loading Mach & Dragline Oper         880       920      40    4.6        30       4      26
53-7041    Hoist and Winch Operators                       210       230      20    9.0        10       2       8
53-7051    Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators       15,200    15,880     680    4.5       499      68     431
53-7061    Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment            7,910     8,390     480    6.1       283      48     235
53-7062    Laborers Freight/Stock/Materl Movers-Hand    61,790    66,130   4,340    7.0     2,409     434   1,975
53-7063    Machine Feeders and Offbearers                2,870     2,520    -360  -12.4        45       0      45
53-7064    Packers and Packagers, Hand                  20,030    21,470   1,440    7.2       717     144     573
53-7071    Gas Compressor and Gas Pumping Station Oper      80        70     -10   -8.0         2       0       2
53-7072    Pump Operators, Except Wellhead Pumpers          50        50       0    8.0         2       0       2
53-7073    Wellhead Pumpers                                160       170      10    5.7         6       1       5
53-7081    Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors     3,260     3,750     480   14.8       145      48      97
53-7121    Tank Car, Truck, and Ship Loaders               100        90     -10   -9.3         3       0       3
53-7199    Material Moving Workers, All Other              540       570      20    4.2         7       2       5


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Source:   Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget
                Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives

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