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1 Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries Data for - EMSI, Second Quarter, Top Five Fastest Growing Occupations Metro North East South Business and financial operations Sales and related Business and financial operations Sales and related Sales and related Business and financial operations Construction and extraction Office and administrative support Office and administrative support Management Life, physical, and social science Office and administrative support Management Healthcare practitioners and technical Sales and related Office and administrative support Healthcare practitioners and technical Business and financial operations Healthcare practitioners and technical Management Fastest Growing Occupations, - Sales and Related Office and Admin Management Life and Physical Science Health Technical Construction South East North Metro Business and Financial Number of New Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 1

2 Top Five Fastest Growing Industries Metro North East South Professional, Scientific, Finance and Insurance Construction Government and Technical Services Finance and Insurance Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services Health Care and Social Assistance Health Care and Social Assistance Health Care and Social Health Care and Social Finance and Insurance Retail Trade Assistance Assistance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services Government Government Finance and Insurance Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 2

3 Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries Data for - EMSI, Second Quarter, Metro Region Largest 30 Industries NAICS Co % EPW Local government 95,745 99,526 3,781 4% $67, Federal government, military 50,202 50, % $96, State government 31,553 33,780 2,227 7% $59, Full-Service Restaurants 29,402 30,954 1,552 5% $22, Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and 19,973 22,322 2,349 12% $126,042 Life Sciences (except Biotechnology) Hotels (except Casino Hotels) and Motels 19,299 19, % $33, Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers 17,912 19,844 1,932 11% $17, Temporary Help Services 17,813 19,708 1,895 11% $37, Federal government, civilian, except postal service 17,307 18,339 1,032 6% $111, Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists) 15,887 18,299 2,412 15% $99, Limited-Service Restaurants 15,781 15,771 (10) 0% $18, Offices of Lawyers 15,599 16,782 1,183 8% $91, All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 15,006 16,008 1,002 7% $55, Janitorial Services 13,538 14,801 1,263 9% $17, General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 13,402 14,700 1,298 10% $73, Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools 13,308 14,771 1,463 11% $49, Corporate, Subsidiary, and Regional Managing Offices 13,211 12,918 (293) (2%) $90, Custom Computer Programming Services 12,628 13,920 1,292 10% $88, Private Households 11,705 12, % $12, Other Activities Related to Real Estate 11,537 13,112 1,575 14% $18, Engineering Services 11,291 11, % $90, Supermarkets and Other Grocery (except Convenience) Stores 10,671 11, % $33, Portfolio Management 10,425 12,736 2,311 22% $88, Research and Development in Biotechnology 9,512 10,887 1,375 14% $111, Investment Advice 9,291 10,849 1,558 17% $42, Computer Systems Design Services 8,388 9,417 1,029 12% $85, Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers 7,703 8, % $20, Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services 7,654 9,867 2,213 29% $86, Religious Organizations 7,463 7, % $21, Residential Property Managers 7,433 8, % $33,902 EPW = Average earnings per worker Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 3

4 Metro Region 30 Fastest Growing Industries NAICS Co % EPW Local government 95,745 99,526 3,781 4% $67, Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists) 15,887 18,299 2,412 15% $99, Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, 19,973 22,322 2,349 12% $126,042 and Life Sciences (except Biotechnology) Portfolio Management 10,425 12,736 2,311 22% $88, State government 31,553 33,780 2,227 7% $59, Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services 7,654 9,867 2,213 29% $86, Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers 17,912 19,844 1,932 11% $17, Temporary Help Services 17,813 19,708 1,895 11% $37, Other Activities Related to Real Estate 11,537 13,112 1,575 14% $18, Investment Advice 9,291 10,849 1,558 17% $42, Full-Service Restaurants 29,402 30,954 1,552 5% $22, Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools 13,308 14,771 1,463 11% $49, Research and Development in Biotechnology 9,512 10,887 1,375 14% $111, General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 13,402 14,700 1,298 10% $73, Custom Computer Programming Services 12,628 13,920 1,292 10% $88, Janitorial Services 13,538 14,801 1,263 9% $17, Offices of Lawyers 15,599 16,782 1,183 8% $91, Securities Brokerage 4,811 5,941 1,130 23% $110, Federal government, civilian, except postal service 17,307 18,339 1,032 6% $111, Computer Systems Design Services 8,388 9,417 1,029 12% $85, Employment Placement Agencies 3,311 4,319 1,008 30% $59, All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 15,006 16,008 1,002 7% $55, Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical, 3,705 4, % $124,808 and Nautical System and Instrument Manufacturing Discount Department Stores 4,340 5, % $26, In-Vitro Diagnostic Substance Manufacturing 3,051 3, % $154, Residential Remodelers 3,101 3, % $66, Security Guards and Patrol Services 6,508 7, % $31, Miscellaneous Intermediation 3,339 4, % $50, Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting 2,316 3, % $74,884 Services Residential Property Managers 7,433 8, % $33,902 EPW = Average earnings per worker Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 4

5 Metro Region 30 Largest Occupations Education Level: Between Post-Secondary Credential and 2-Year Degree SOC % Median Hourly Earnings Real estate sales agents 7,903 8, % $ Registered nurses 4,879 5, % $ Computer support specialists 2,646 2, % $ Medical secretaries 2,332 2, % $ Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,658 1, % $ Biological technicians 1,579 1, % $ Computer specialists, all other 1,352 1, % $ Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 1,229 1, % $ Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,093 1, % $ Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,059 1, % $ Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 948 1, % $ Appraisers and assessors of real estate 909 1, % $ Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers % $ Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other % $ Preschool teachers, except special education % $ Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors % $ Chemical technicians % $ Engineering technicians, except drafters, all other % $ Medical and clinical laboratory technicians % $ Legal secretaries % $ Architectural and civil drafters (18) (4%) $ Medical transcriptionists % $ Paralegals and legal assistants % $ Radiologic technologists and technicians % $ Manicurists and pedicurists % $ Medical records and health information technicians % $ Electro-mechanical technicians % $ Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists % $ Massage therapists % $ Emergency medical technicians and paramedics % $13.74 Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 5

6 Metro Region 30 Fastest-Growing Occupations Education Level: Between Post-Secondary Credential and 2-Year Degree SOC Growth Growth % Median Hourly Earnings Real estate sales agents 7,903 8, % $ Registered nurses 4,879 5, % $ Medical secretaries 2,332 2, % $ Biological technicians 1,579 1, % $ Computer support specialists 2,646 2, % $ Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,658 1, % $ Appraisers and assessors of real estate 909 1, % $ Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 948 1, % $ Computer specialists, all other 1,352 1, % $ Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,059 1, % $ Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other % $ Medical and clinical laboratory technicians % $ Chemical technicians % $ Electrical and electronic engineering technicians 1,229 1, % $ Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors % $ Radiologic technologists and technicians % $ Paralegals and legal assistants % $ Medical equipment repairers % $ Massage therapists % $ Medical records and health information technicians % $ Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers % $ Engineering technicians, except drafters, all other % $ Dental hygienists % $ Legal secretaries % $ Emergency medical technicians and paramedics % $ Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,093 1, % $ Medical transcriptionists % $ Industrial engineering technicians % $ Manicurists and pedicurists % $ Preschool teachers, except special education % $12.37 Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 6

7 North County Region 30 Largest Industries NAICS % Federal government, military 37,652 37, % $96, Local government 24,779 25, % $67, Full-Service Restaurants 16,548 17, % $22, Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers 13,384 14,828 1,444 11% $17, Limited-Service Restaurants 11,811 11,804 (7) 0% $18, Other Activities Related to Real Estate 11,376 12,928 1,552 14% $18,421 11A000 Crop and animal production 10,306 10,249 (57) (1%) $51, Federal government, civilian, except postal service 10,239 10, % $111, Supermarkets and Other Grocery (except Convenience) Stores 8,808 9, % $33, Private Households 8,779 9, % $12, Landscaping Services 8,467 8, % $27, Hotels (except Casino Hotels) and Motels 8,441 8, % $33, Temporary Help Services 8,411 9, % $37, State government 8,166 8, % $59, Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists) 7,790 8,973 1,183 15% $99, Religious Organizations 6,778 6, % $21, Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers 6,442 6, % $20, Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services 6,295 8,116 1,821 29% $86, Portfolio Management 5,715 6,982 1,267 22% $88, Corporate, Subsidiary, and Regional Managing Offices 5,273 5,156 (117) (2%) $90, General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 5,230 5, % $73, Custom Computer Programming Services 5,123 5, % $88, Discount Department Stores 5,011 6,134 1,123 22% $26, Child Day Care Services 4,978 5, % $18, Investment Advice 4,958 5, % $42, Wholesale Trade Agents and Brokers 4,792 5, % $90, Engineering Services 4,535 4, % $90, Offices of Dentists 4,221 4, % $58, Offices of Lawyers 4,083 4, % $91, Testing Laboratories 3,880 4, % $95,979 EPW EPW = Average earnings per worker Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 7

8 North County Region 30 Fastest Growing Industries NAICS % EPW Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services 6,295 8,116 1,821 29% $86, Other Activities Related to Real Estate 11,376 12,928 1,552 14% $18, Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers 13,384 14,828 1,444 11% $17, Portfolio Management 5,715 6,982 1,267 22% $88, Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists) 7,790 8,973 1,183 15% $99, Discount Department Stores 5,011 6,134 1,123 22% $26, Local government 24,779 25, % $67, Continuing Care Retirement Communities 3,575 4, % $34, Temporary Help Services 8,411 9, % $37, Full-Service Restaurants 16,548 17, % $22, Investment Advice 4,958 5, % $42, Wholesale Trade Agents and Brokers 4,792 5, % $90, Testing Laboratories 3,880 4, % $95, Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical, 2,303 2, % $124,808 and Nautical System and Instrument Manufacturing Federal government, civilian, except postal service 10,239 10, % $111, Residential Remodelers 2,177 2, % $66, State government 8,166 8, % $59, Custom Computer Programming Services 5,123 5, % $88, Private Households 8,779 9, % $12, General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 5,230 5, % $73, Cable and Other Subscription Programming 3,117 3, % $66, Landscaping Services 8,467 8, % $27, Amusement and Theme Parks 2,547 2, % $23, Medical, Dental, and Hospital Equipment and Supplies 1,825 2, % $102,091 Merchant Wholesalers Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers 6,442 6, % $20, Commercial and Institutional Building Construction 2,805 3, % $90, Snack and Nonalcoholic Beverage Bars 2,943 3, % $17, Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction 1,639 2, % $92, Electronic Shopping 1,521 1, % $49, Employment Placement Agencies 1,243 1, % $59,588 EPW = Average earnings per worker Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 8

9 North County Region 30 Largest Occupations Education Level: Between Post-Secondary Credential and 2-Year Degree SOC % Median Hourly Earnings Real estate sales agents 13,892 15,538 1,646 12% $ Registered nurses 5,265 5, % $ Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 3,265 3, % $ Medical secretaries 2,939 3, % $ Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 2,434 2, % $ Automotive service technicians and mechanics 2,287 2, % $ Computer support specialists 2,128 2, % $ Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,678 1, % $ Appraisers and assessors of real estate 1,537 1, % $ Preschool teachers, except special education 1,320 1, % $ Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 1,301 1, % $ Computer specialists, all other 1,167 1, % $ Electrical and electronic engineering technicians % $ Manicurists and pedicurists 983 1, % $ Massage therapists % $ Legal secretaries % $ Gaming dealers % $ Dental hygienists % $ Paralegals and legal assistants % $ Biological technicians % $ Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers (5) (1%) $ Interior designers % $ Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists % $ Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other % $ Engineering technicians, except drafters, all other % $ Chemical technicians % $ Architectural and civil drafters (19) (4%) $ Medical and clinical laboratory technicians % $ Medical records and health information technicians % $ Radiologic technologists and technicians % $30.75 Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 9

10 North County Region 30 Fastest Growing Occupations Education Level: Between Post-Secondary Credential and 2-Year Degree SOC Growth Growth % Median Hourly Earnings Real estate sales agents 13,892 15,538 1,646 12% $ Registered nurses 5,265 5, % $ Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 3,265 3, % $ Medical secretaries 2,939 3, % $ Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 2,434 2, % $ Appraisers and assessors of real estate 1,537 1, % $ Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 1,678 1, % $ Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 1,301 1, % $ Massage therapists % $ Computer support specialists 2,128 2, % $ Gaming dealers % $ Biological technicians % $ Manicurists and pedicurists 983 1, % $ Dental hygienists % $ Paralegals and legal assistants % $ Medical and clinical laboratory technicians % $ Chemical technicians % $ Computer specialists, all other 1,167 1, % $ Automotive service technicians and mechanics 2,287 2, % $ Legal secretaries % $ Preschool teachers, except special education 1,320 1, % $ Radiologic technologists and technicians % $ Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other % $ Medical records and health information technicians % $ Veterinary technologists and technicians % $ Slot key persons % $ Environmental science and protection technicians, % $18.90 including health Physical therapist assistants % $ Surgical technologists % $ Respiratory therapists % $30.52 Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 10

11 East County Region 30 Largest Industries NAICS % Federal government, military 14,159 14, % $96, Local government 10,556 10, % $67, Federal government, civilian, except postal service 6,076 6, % $111, Full-Service Restaurants 5,399 5, % $22, Limited-Service Restaurants 4,840 4,837 (3) 0% $18, Nursing Care Facilities 3,984 4, % $36, State government 3,479 3, % $59, Private Households 3,301 3, % $12, Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists) 3,170 3, % $99, Discount Department Stores 3,013 3, % $26, Supermarkets and Other Grocery (except Convenience) Stores 2,961 3, % $33, Investment Advice 2,766 3, % $42, Landscaping Services 2,634 2, % $27, Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers 2,545 2, % $17, Religious Organizations 2,110 2, % $21, Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services 2,011 2, % $86, Other Direct Selling Establishments 1,788 1,571 (217) (12%) $10, Child Day Care Services 1,564 1, % $18, New Car Dealers 1,517 1, % $58, Nonresidential plumbing and HVAC contractors 1,455 1, % $82, Janitorial Services 1,358 1, % $17, Temporary Help Services 1,347 1, % $37, General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 1,329 1, % $73, Offices of Dentists 1,323 1, % $58, Residential Remodelers 1,322 1, % $66, Nonresidential electrical contractors 1,317 1, % $77, Lessors of Residential Buildings and Dwellings 1,226 1,212 (14) (1%) $42, Residential plumbing and HVAC contractors 1,140 1,135 (5) 0% $57, Nonresidential drywall contractors 1,111 1, % $72, Elementary and Secondary Schools 1,057 1, % $40,809 EPW EPW = Average earnings per worker Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 11

12 East County Region 30 Fastest Growing Industries NAICS % EPW Discount Department Stores 3,013 3, % $26, Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services 2,011 2, % $86, Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists) 3,170 3, % $99, Investment Advice 2,766 3, % $42, Nonresidential drywall contractors 1,111 1, % $72, Local government 10,556 10, % $67, Nursing Care Facilities 3,984 4, % $36, Residential Remodelers 1,322 1, % $66, Federal government, civilian, except postal service 6,076 6, % $111, Full-Service Restaurants 5,399 5, % $22, Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers 2,545 2, % $17, State government 3,479 3, % $59, Nonresidential glass and glazing contractors % $90, Private Households 3,301 3, % $12, Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction 865 1, % $80, Nonresidential site preparation contractors 1,038 1, % $71, Nonresidential painting contractors % $51, Continuing Care Retirement Communities % $34, Temporary Help Services 1,347 1, % $37, Casino Hotels % $44, Landscaping Services 2,634 2, % $27, Commercial and Institutional Building Construction 917 1, % $90, General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 1,329 1, % $73, Janitorial Services 1,358 1, % $17, Elementary and Secondary Schools 1,057 1, % $40, Other nonresidential finishing contractors % $52, Lessors of Miniwarehouses and Self-Storage Units % $44, Nonresidential roofing contractors % $62, Offices of Dentists 1,323 1, % $58, Home Centers 947 1, % $35,647 EPW = Average earnings per worker Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 12

13 East County Region 30 Largest Occupations Education Level: Between Post-Secondary Credential and 2-Year Degree SOC % Median Hourly Earnings Real estate sales agents 2,698 2, % $ Registered nurses 1,996 2, % $ Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,926 2, % $ Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,116 1, % $ Medical secretaries 995 1, % $ Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 919 1, % $ Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists % $ Preschool teachers, except special education % $ Computer specialists, all other % $ Computer support specialists % $ Gaming dealers (8) (2%) $ Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors % $ Appraisers and assessors of real estate % $ Manicurists and pedicurists % $ Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists % $ Travel agents (17) (9%) $ Dental hygienists % $ Massage therapists % $ Veterinary technologists and technicians % $ Medical records and health information technicians % $ Electrical and electronic engineering technicians (1) (1%) $ Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines % $ Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers (10) (8%) $ Paralegals and legal assistants % $ Biological technicians % $ Legal secretaries % $ Engineering technicians, except drafters, all other % $ Radiologic technologists and technicians % $ Slot key persons % $ Library technicians % $17.07 Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 13

14 East County Region 30 Fastest Growing Occupations Education Level: Between Post-Secondary Credential and 2-Year Degree SOC Growth Growth % Median Hourly Real estate sales agents 2,698 2, % $ Registered nurses 1,996 2, % $ Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 1,926 2, % $ Medical secretaries 995 1, % $ Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 919 1, % $ Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists % $ Appraisers and assessors of real estate % $ Manicurists and pedicurists % $ Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors % $ Massage therapists % $ Dental hygienists % $ Veterinary technologists and technicians % $ Medical records and health information technicians % $ Preschool teachers, except special education % $ Computer specialists, all other % $ Paralegals and legal assistants % $ Radiologic technologists and technicians % $ Automotive service technicians and mechanics 1,116 1, % $ Biological technicians % $ Medical and clinical laboratory technicians % $ Physical therapist assistants % $ Legal secretaries % $ Respiratory therapists % $ Surgical technologists % $ Mobile heavy equipment mechanics, except engines % $ Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other % $ Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other % $ Healthcare technologists and technicians, all other % $ Security and fire alarm systems installers % $ Skin care specialists % $16.84 Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 14

15 South County Region 30 Largest Industries NAICS % Local government 12,689 13, % $67, Federal government, military 8,918 8, % $96, Federal government, civilian, except postal service 4,868 5, % $111, State government 4,182 4, % $59, Limited-Service Restaurants 3,906 3,903 (3) 0% $18, Full-Service Restaurants 3,860 4, % $22, Discount Department Stores 3,136 3, % $26, Other Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturing 2,793 2,775 (18) (1%) $111, Supermarkets and Other Grocery (except Convenience) Stores 2,548 2, % $33, Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers 2,363 2, % $17, Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists) 2,232 2, % $99, Private Households 2,079 2, % $12, General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 1,826 2, % $73, Child Day Care Services 1,462 1, % $18, New Car Dealers 1,432 1, % $58, Home Health Care Services 1,356 1, % $34, Department Stores (except Discount Department Stores) 1,337 1,035 (302) (23%) $29, Offices of Dentists 1,274 1, % $58, Other Direct Selling Establishments 1,244 1,093 (151) (12%) $10, Janitorial Services 1,212 1, % $17, Religious Organizations 1,070 1, % $21, Civic and Social Organizations 1,013 1, % $21, All Other Personal Services 938 1, % $52, Ship Building and Repairing % $77, Temporary Help Services % $37, General Warehousing and Storage % $52, Other Personal and Household Goods Repair and Maintenance (19) (2%) $38, Family Clothing Stores (22) (3%) $17, Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers % $16, Snack and Nonalcoholic Beverage Bars % $17,868 EPW EPW = Average earnings per worker Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 15

16 South County Region 30 Fastest Growing Industries NAICS % Discount Department Stores 3,136 3, % $26, Local government 12,689 13, % $67, Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists) 2,232 2, % $99, State government 4,182 4, % $59, Federal government, civilian, except postal service 4,868 5, % $111, Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers 2,363 2, % $17, Full-Service Restaurants 3,860 4, % $22, Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services % $86, General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 1,826 2, % $73, Machine Tool (Metal Forming Types) Manufacturing % $64, Home Health Care Services 1,356 1, % $34, Private Households 2,079 2, % $12, Sign Manufacturing % $54, Janitorial Services 1,212 1, % $17, Offices of Dentists 1,274 1, % $58, Solid Waste Landfill % $67, Snack and Nonalcoholic Beverage Bars % $17, Temporary Help Services % $37, All Other Personal Services 938 1, % $52, Supermarkets and Other Grocery (except Convenience) Stores 2,548 2, % $33, Residential Remodelers % $66, Other Activities Related to Real Estate % $18, Investment Advice % $42, Women's Clothing Stores % $21, Other Activities Related to Credit Intermediation % $54, Lessors of Miniwarehouses and Self-Storage Units % $44, Commercial Banking % $76, Testing Laboratories % $95, Continuing Care Retirement Communities % $34, Nursing Care Facilities % $36,465 EPW EPW = Average earnings per worker Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 16

17 East County Region 30 Largest Occupations Education Level: Between Post-Secondary Credential and 2-Year Degree SOC % Median Hourly Earnings Real estate sales agents 1,841 2, % $ Registered nurses 1,772 1, % $ Medical secretaries % $ Automotive service technicians and mechanics % $ Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants % $ Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists % $ Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses % $ Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors % $ Preschool teachers, except special education % $ Computer specialists, all other % $ Computer support specialists % $ Appraisers and assessors of real estate % $ Dental hygienists % $ Manicurists and pedicurists % $ Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists % $ Aircraft mechanics and service technicians % $ Massage therapists % $ Electrical and electronic engineering technicians % $ Medical records and health information technicians % $ Biological technicians % $ Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers (3) (3%) $ Library technicians % $ Engineering technicians, except drafters, all other % $ Gaming dealers % $ Radiologic technologists and technicians % $ Medical and clinical laboratory technicians % $ Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other % $ Slot key persons % $ Healthcare technologists and technicians, all other % $ Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers (2) (3%) $16.65 Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 17

18 East County Region 30 Fastest Growing Occupations Education Level: Between Post-Secondary Credential and 2-Year Degree SOC Growth Growth % Median Hourly Earnings Real estate sales agents 1,841 2, % $ Registered nurses 1,772 1, % $ Medical secretaries % $ Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants % $ Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists % $ Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses % $ Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors % $ Appraisers and assessors of real estate % $ Dental hygienists % $ Massage therapists % $ Gaming dealers % $ Manicurists and pedicurists % $ Computer specialists, all other % $ Preschool teachers, except special education % $ Biological technicians % $ Slot key persons % $ Medical records and health information technicians % $ Radiologic technologists and technicians % $ Automotive service technicians and mechanics % $ Medical and clinical laboratory technicians % $ Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other % $ Surgical technologists % $ Paralegals and legal assistants % $ Respiratory therapists % $ Veterinary technologists and technicians % $ Healthcare technologists and technicians, all other % $ Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists % $ Physical therapist assistants % $ Chemical technicians % $ Computer support specialists % $22.22 Regional Breakdown of Occupations and Industries - Page 18

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