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1 TOP OCCUPATIONAL TITLES ADVERTISED ONLINE IN PHILADELPHIA COUNTY IN JULY 2015 SORTED BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND EXPERIENCE LEVEL AND EDUCATIONAL DISTRIBUTION REPORTED BY WORKERS Source: Geographic Solutions spidered job openings data available through PA Center f Wkfce Infmation & Analysis Less than high school; some training Retail Salespersons 39% 36% 25% $8.17 $ Combined Food Preparation and Serving Wkers, Including Fast Food 71% 24% 5% $8.36 $ Cashiers 61% 29% 10% $8.43 $ Cooks, Restaurant 76% 19% 5% $9.88 $ Labers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand 71% 24% 5% $8.26 $ Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners 81% 15% 4% $9.40 $ Stock Clerks and Order Fillers 61% 30% 9% $7.94 $ Waiters and Waitresses 52% 34% 14% $8.77 $ Home Health Aides 56% 36% 8% $7.42 $ Personal and Home Care Aides 59% 31% 11% $8.22 $ Bartenders 42% 42% 17% $9.16 $ Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop 55% 31% 15% $9.08 $ Dishwashers 86% 11% 3% $8.50 $ Janits and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners 74% 21% 5% $9.75 $ Bakers 69% 23% 8% $9.19 $ Butchers and Meat Cutters 80% 17% 3% $10.71 $ Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers 77% 18% 6% $8.45 $ Food Preparation Wkers 73% 20% 7% $8.90 $ Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop 67% 24% 9% $8.54 $ Food Servers, Nonrestaurant 66% 26% 8% $8.61 $ Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs 56% 29% 15% $7.34 $ Refuse and Recyclable Material Collects 77% 19% 4% $9.48 $ Telemarketers 44% 38% 18% $9.49 $ Industrial Truck and Tract Operats 78% 20% 2% $10.78 $ Helpers--Production Wkers 77% 18% 5% $8.28 $ Nonfarm Animal Caretakers 48% 35% 17% $7.84 $ Counter and Rental Clerks 55% 31% 15% $8.24 $ Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment 79% 17% 4% $7.40 $ Cooks, Sht Order 76% 19% 5% $9.11 $ Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Wkers 78% 16% 6% $9.81 $ Packers and Packagers, Hand 82% 15% 4% $7.51 $ Construction Labers 76% 19% 6% $8.99 $ Roofers 85% 12% 3% $11.71 $ Parking Lot Attendants 60% 27% 13% $8.00 $ Models 51% 32% 17% $11.73 $ Painters, Construction and Maintenance 73% 20% 7% $9.07 $ High school diploma; some training Customer Service Representatives 35% 44% 22% $11.26 $ Insurance Sales Agents 18% 36% 46% $17.92 $ Tellers 42% 43% 15% $10.25 $ Medical Assistants 34% 55% 12% $12.44 $ Security Guards 46% 40% 14% $8.86 $ Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 36% 49% 15% $12.53 $ Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks 30% 41% 29% $11.50 $ Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers 15% 34% 51% $9.76 $ Demonstrats and Product Promoters 51% 32% 17% $11.80 $ Pharmacy Technicians 30% 54% 16% $9.72 $ Philadelphia Wks All rights reserved. 1

2 High school diploma; some training, cont. Bill and Account Collects 38% 47% 16% $11.55 $ Receptionists and Infmation Clerks 44% 43% 13% $9.59 $ Child Care Wkers 52% 35% 13% $7.28 $ Driver/Sales Wkers 70% 26% 5% $7.30 $ Sales Representatives, Services, All Other 19% 34% 47% $13.17 $ Medical Secretaries 35% 48% 17% $12.64 $ Loan Officers 16% 36% 49% $20.19 $ Hotel, Motel, and Rest Desk Clerks 42% 41% 17% $10.64 $ Teacher Assistants 36% 45% 19% $8.51 $ Advertising Sales Agents 15% 31% 54% $13.15 $ Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks 63% 30% 7% $9.39 $ Maintenance and Repair Wkers, General 57% 36% 7% $12.08 $ Substance Abuse and Behavial Disder Counsels 8% 16% 76% $13.46 $ Data Entry Keyers 37% 46% 17% $11.27 $ Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks 34% 50% 16% $14.96 $ Truck Drivers, Light Delivery Services 70% 26% 5% $8.23 $ Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operats 38% 47% 15% $12.84 $ Loan Interviewers and Clerks 31% 47% 22% $12.75 $ Baggage Pters and Bellhops 48% 34% 17% $8.47 $ Office Clerks, General 38% 44% 18% $9.04 $ Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping 29% 47% 24% $12.30 $ Inspects, Testers, Sters, Samplers, and Weighers 52% 34% 14% $11.94 $ Sales and Related Wkers, All Other 23% 25% 52% $13.35 $ Procurement Clerks 29% 45% 26% $13.80 $ Concierges 48% 34% 17% $9.32 $ Tax Preparers 16% 34% 50% $16.70 $ Bus Drivers, School 59% 34% 7% $12.94 $ Couriers and Messengers 47% 40% 13% $13.22 $ Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance 43% 46% 11% $12.39 $ Legal Secretaries 35% 48% 17% $18.19 $ Protective Service Wkers, All Other 41% 32% 26% $10.67 $ Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Products 21% 32% 47% $15.04 $ Healthcare Suppt Wkers, All Other 34% 55% 12% $12.06 $ Social and Human Service Assistants 17% 30% 53% $9.05 $ Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan 30% 46% 23% $11.74 $ Personal Care and Service Wkers, All Other 45% 33% 21% $8.76 $ Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers 16% 52% 32% $25.42 $ Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recdkeeping 56% 33% 11% $9.09 $ Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks 33% 46% 21% $15.68 $ Travel Agents 22% 45% 33% $11.70 $ Title Examiners, Abstracts, and Searchers 21% 41% 39% $18.35 $ Pest Control Wkers 54% 36% 10% $11.63 $ File Clerks 39% 43% 19% $9.93 $ Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity 59% 34% 7% $12.65 $ Transptation Wkers, All Other 44% 42% 14% $13.42 $ Medical Equipment Preparers 34% 55% 12% $9.54 $ Dietetic Technicians 30% 54% 16% $14.19 $ Brokerage Clerks 24% 45% 31% $16.35 $ Philadelphia Wks All rights reserved. 2

3 High school diploma; some training, cont. Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive 35% 48% 17% $11.00 $ Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective Service Wkers 41% 32% 26% $8.48 $ Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructs 23% 34% 43% $10.00 $ Do-to-Do Sales Wkers, News and Street Vends, and Related Wkers 48% 33% 19% $9.58 $ New Accounts Clerks 35% 44% 21% $12.21 $ Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers 46% 44% 10% $18.20 $ Pharmacy Aides 34% 55% 12% $8.22 $ Veterinary Assistants and Labaty Animal Caretakers 34% 55% 12% $9.40 $ Psychiatric Aides 56% 36% 8% $11.53 $ Railroad Brake, Signal, and Switch Operats 58% 37% 5% $17.68 $ Switchboard Operats, Including Answering Service 50% 42% 8% $10.43 $ Computer Operats 31% 45% 24% $14.63 $ Gaming and Spts Book Writers and Runners 46% 41% 14% $15.84 $ Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters 65% 26% 9% $11.37 $ High school diploma, long-term training Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics 65% 31% 4% $9.99 $ Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products 31% 37% 33% $17.67 $ Business Operations Specialists, All Other 18% 34% 48% $20.62 $ Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists 65% 32% 3% $14.22 $ Carpenters 68% 25% 7% $11.67 $ Photographers 17% 36% 47% $9.44 $ Electrician 48% 44% 7% $17.70 $ Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 66% 29% 5% $16.68 $ Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigats 19% 36% 45% $20.72 $ Machinists 60% 37% 4% $13.60 $ Detectives and Criminal Investigats 10% 38% 53% $29.89 $ Coaches and Scouts 13% 27% 61% $10.66 $ Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products 22% 38% 39% $19.00 $ Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers 74% 24% 2% $12.13 $ Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operats 49% 39% 11% $18.04 $ Real Estate Sales Agents 16% 38% 45% $14.32 $ First-Line Superviss/Managers of Crectional Officers 28% 47% 26% $19.05 $ Model Makers, Metal and Plastic 48% 42% 11% $15.33 $ Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers 45% 47% 9% $18.20 $ Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines 63% 33% 4% $15.77 $ Locksmiths and Safe Repairers 55% 35% 10% $13.82 $ Musicians and Singers 20% 27% 53% $13.02 $ Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System Operats 47% 43% 9% $19.31 $ High school diploma, experience Managers, All Other 18% 28% 54% $17.23 $ Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tract-Trailer 70% 26% 5% $12.40 $ Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants 35% 48% 17% $17.84 $ First-Line Superviss/Managers of Retail Sales Wkers 39% 37% 25% $11.50 $ First-Line Superviss/Managers of Food Preparation and Serving Wkers 52% 34% 14% $12.51 $ First-Line Superviss/Managers of Office and Administrative Suppt Wkers 29% 42% 29% $16.50 $ Chefs and Head Cooks 49% 37% 13% $13.30 $ Philadelphia Wks All rights reserved. 3

4 High school diploma, experience, cont. First-Line Superviss/Managers of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 46% 42% 12% $22.33 $ Food Service Managers 40% 36% 24% $9.76 $ Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers 27% 35% 38% $17.61 $ Transptation, Stage, and Distribution Managers 38% 37% 26% $24.68 $ First-Line Superviss/Managers of Housekeeping and Janitial Wkers 58% 30% 11% $15.13 $ Administrative Services Managers 22% 40% 38% $25.16 $ Lodging Managers 26% 34% 40% $12.12 $ Construction and Building Inspects 30% 47% 23% $16.00 $ First-Line Superviss/Managers of Transptation and Material- Moving Machine and Vehicle Operats 44% 39% 17% $18.01 $ First-Line Superviss/Managers of Construction Trades and Extraction Wkers 58% 32% 11% $18.37 $ First-Line Superviss/Managers of Non-Retail Sales Wkers 29% 32% 38% $17.72 $ Self-Enrichment Education Teachers 14% 27% 58% $11.26 $ First-Line Superviss/Managers, Protective Service Wkers, All Other 26% 44% 31% $16.41 $ First-Line Superviss/Managers of Helpers, Labers, and Material Movers, Hand 44% 39% 17% $15.96 $ Postsec. non-degree Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants 56% 36% 8% $10.87 $ Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 22% 72% 7% $18.92 $ Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers 56% 39% 5% $15.19 $ First-Line Superviss/Managers of Production and Operating Wkers 52% 33% 15% $15.80 $ Medical Recds and Health Infmation Technicians 37% 50% 14% $12.57 $ Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other 25% 47% 29% $16.64 $ Surgical Technologists 30% 54% 16% $16.92 $ Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics 18% 67% 15% $13.71 $ Psychiatric Technicians 30% 54% 16% $15.68 $ Dental Assistants 35% 55% 9% $10.51 $ Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians 33% 56% 11% $14.73 $ Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists 56% 39% 6% $8.50 $ Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers 23% 54% 23% $12.25 $ Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers, Except Line Installers 35% 53% 13% $20.28 $ Massage Therapists 19% 51% 31% $10.31 $ Some College; training Computer Suppt Specialists 13% 45% 42% $14.48 $ Residential Adviss 34% 37% 29% $9.20 $ Transptation Inspects 41% 44% 15% $20.32 $ Associate's Registered Nurses 1% 43% 56% $25.02 $ ,785 General and Operations Managers 19% 33% 49% $28.37 $ Paralegals and Legal Assistants 14% 45% 42% $20.54 $ Occupational Therapist Assistants 3% 83% 15% $14.49 $ Physical Therapist Assistants 15% 65% 20% $15.34 $ Social Science Research Assistants 21% 36% 44% $15.64 $ Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education 17% 37% 45% $8.99 $ Philadelphia Wks All rights reserved. 4

5 Associate's, cont. Construction Managers 38% 33% 29% $18.10 $ Radiologic Technologists and Technicians 10% 67% 24% $20.50 $ Architectural and Civil Drafters 14% 61% 25% $15.85 $ Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians 10% 67% 24% $17.25 $ Diagnostic Medical Sonographers 10% 67% 24% $20.08 $ Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other 27% 56% 17% $11.72 $ Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians 27% 56% 17% $15.74 $ Medical and Clinical Labaty Technicians 12% 35% 53% $13.70 $ Respiraty Therapists 3% 69% 29% $25.21 $ Mechanical Drafters 14% 61% 25% $14.77 $ Radiation Therapists 2% 55% 43% $26.08 $ Drafters, All Other 14% 61% 25% $16.88 $ Nuclear Medicine Technologists 10% 67% 24% $23.74 $ Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs 18% 43% 39% $19.05 $ Medical Equipment Repairers 28% 53% 20% $15.38 $ Bachel's degree- no experience Computer Programmers 6% 25% 70% $18.83 $ ,849 Computer Systems Analysts 7% 28% 65% $23.48 $ Computer Specialists, All Other 7% 28% 65% $22.28 $ Accountants and Audits 5% 19% 76% $21.60 $ Teachers and Instructs, All Other 14% 27% 58% $10.57 $ Computer Software Engineers, Applications 3% 15% 83% $28.01 $ Netwk Systems and Data Communications Analysts 8% 41% 51% $24.46 $ Netwk and Computer Systems Administrats 8% 41% 51% $19.99 $ Medical and Health Services Managers 11% 29% 60% $26.97 $ Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists 15% 32% 53% $13.45 $ Electrical Engineers 4% 19% 78% $27.28 $ Engineers, All Other 3% 16% 81% $18.66 $ Financial Analysts 4% 12% 84% $24.19 $ Mechanical Engineers 5% 21% 74% $25.11 $ Personal Financial Adviss 5% 17% 78% $26.57 $ Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software 3% 15% 83% $28.41 $ Medical and Clinical Labaty Technologists 12% 35% 53% $17.27 $ Market Research Analysts 5% 16% 79% $7.68 $ Civil Engineers 3% 12% 85% $23.15 $ Graphic Designers 15% 34% 51% $15.28 $ Operations Research Analysts 8% 25% 67% $20.72 $ Industrial Engineers 8% 24% 68% $23.88 $ Training and Development Specialists 15% 32% 53% $16.72 $ Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels 54% 27% 20% $12.79 $ Environmental Engineers 4% 8% 88% $24.18 $ Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspects 8% 24% 68% $15.71 $ Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Wkers 7% 16% 77% $15.25 $ Interi Designers 15% 34% 51% $13.56 $ Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health 0% 6% 94% $17.66 $ Health Educats 17% 30% 53% $16.31 $ Biological Technicians 20% 24% 55% $13.62 $ Philadelphia Wks All rights reserved. 5

6 Bachel's degree- no experience, cont. Chemical Engineers 3% 8% 89% $27.46 $ Cost Estimats 28% 42% 31% $19.91 $ Repters and Crespondents 3% 14% 82% $12.92 $ Surveys 0% 25% 75% $21.53 $ Recreation Wkers 23% 34% 43% $9.02 $ Budget Analysts 7% 25% 68% $22.48 $ Commercial and Industrial Designers 15% 34% 51% $17.71 $ Athletic Trainers 13% 24% 63% $16.98 $ Child, Family, and School Social Wkers 7% 16% 77% $14.15 $ Credit Analysts 14% 28% 58% $18.43 $ Statistical Assistants 23% 47% 30% $14.98 $ Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Wkers, All Other 13% 24% 63% $15.68 $ Bachel's degree + training experience Sales Managers 10% 24% 66% $28.11 $ Marketing Managers 10% 24% 66% $30.58 $ Financial Managers 13% 27% 60% $27.29 $ Producers and Directs 7% 21% 72% $13.33 $ Database Administrats 5% 27% 67% $21.21 $ Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products 21% 32% 47% $23.45 $ Chief Executives 13% 23% 64% $41.24 $ Writers and Auths 3% 12% 84% $15.82 $ Computer and Infmation Systems Managers 5% 25% 70% $35.74 $ Engineering Managers 5% 12% 83% $39.57 $ Management Analysts 6% 17% 77% $21.61 $ Natural Sciences Managers 2% 6% 92% $39.32 $ Public Relations Specialists 6% 16% 79% $12.53 $ Human Resources Managers 15% 29% 55% $33.27 $ Technical Writers 6% 21% 73% $21.60 $ Sales Engineers 6% 24% 71% $26.32 $ Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents 10% 24% 67% $19.33 $ Purchasing Managers 13% 31% 56% $30.71 $ Logisticians 17% 39% 43% $22.18 $ Dietitians and Nutritionists 19% 14% 68% $19.45 $ Edits 4% 15% 81% $16.39 $ Public Relations Managers 8% 20% 73% $29.82 $ Tax Examiners, Collects, and Revenue Agents 22% 33% 45% $16.75 $ Actuaries 0% 2% 98% $32.10 $ Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture, Construction, Health and Safety, and Transptation 14% 30% 56% $18.40 $ Proofreaders and Copy Markers 23% 29% 49% $13.87 $ Interpreters and Translats 15% 37% 48% $11.89 $ Financial Specialists, All Other 17% 31% 53% $14.39 $ Meeting and Convention Planners 12% 28% 61% $17.49 $ Art Directs 14% 29% 57% $17.55 $ Compensation and Benefits Managers 15% 29% 55% $34.51 $ Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and 4% 9% 86% $19.82 $ Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational 0% 4% 96% $18.41 $ Philadelphia Wks All rights reserved. 6

7 Bachel's degree + training experience, cont. Education Administrats, Preschool and Child Care Center/Program 6% 14% 81% $11.51 $ Agents and Business Managers of Artists, Perfmers, and Athletes 17% 27% 56% $16.45 $ Occupational Health and Safety Specialists 13% 24% 63% $20.57 $ Clergy 9% 15% 75% $12.50 $ Insurance Underwriters 19% 31% 50% $22.38 $ Industrial Production Managers 26% 32% 42% $28.21 $ Social and Community Service Managers 11% 21% 68% $20.55 $ Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education 0% 5% 95% $15.58 $ Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education 0% 5% 95% $19.46 $ Master's degree Occupational Therapists 1% 9% 91% $26.24 $ Speech-Language Pathologists 1% 1% 99% $24.63 $ Counsels, All Other 8% 16% 76% $12.04 $ Physician Assistants 7% 24% 69% $17.94 $ Education Administrats, Postsecondary 6% 14% 81% $26.19 $ Educational, Vocational, and School Counsels 8% 16% 76% $17.11 $ Medical and Public Health Social Wkers 7% 16% 77% $17.27 $ Rehabilitation Counsels 8% 16% 76% $10.64 $ Statisticians 1% 9% 91% $18.96 $ Education Administrats, Elementary and Secondary School 6% 14% 81% $29.08 $ Instructional Codinats 5% 15% 80% $18.13 $ Librarians 0% 14% 86% $17.25 $ Urban and Regional Planners 1% 7% 93% $18.98 $ Doctal professional degree Physicians and Surgeons, All Other 0% 0% 100% $30.91 $ Physical Therapists 2% 9% 90% $26.08 $ Lawyers 0% 0% 100% $37.90 $ Pharmacists 0% 2% 98% $39.79 $ Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists 0% 1% 99% $20.12 $ Psychiatrists 0% 0% 100% $26.26 $ Dentists, General 0% 0% 100% $52.56 $ Family and General Practitioners 0% 0% 100% $29.92 $ Surgeons 0% 0% 100% $31.51 $ Internists, General 0% 0% 100% $29.11 $ Anesthesiologists 0% 0% 100% $92.29 $ Pediatricians, General 0% 0% 100% $45.17 $ Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons 0% 0% 100% $74.21 $ Biological Scientists, All Other 0% 6% 94% $21.96 $ Biochemists and Biophysicists 0% 6% 94% $28.54 $ Veterinarians 0% 0% 100% $27.91 $ Philadelphia Wks All rights reserved. 7

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