Dol job outlook

Dol job outlook DEFAULT
Management  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal11-0000Management Occupations19,76120,8471,0865.54821,1801,6621,771$51.8711-1000Top Executives6,2956,6713766.0147386533571n/a11-1011Chief Executives1,7041,8301267.44779126139$79.9811-1021General and Operations Managers4,3684,6222545.894296390415$52.9711-2000Advertising, Marketing, Promotions, Public Relations, and Sales Managers1,4761,569936.332104136145n/a11-2011Advertising and Promotions Managers12113097.4391213$37.7611-2021Marketing Managers349376277.77253235$48.8911-2022Sales Managers808846384.717577478$42.1211-2031Public Relations and Fundraising Managers198217199.65131820n/a11-3000Operations Specialties Managers4,7164,9322164.6108281389411n/a11-3011Administrative Services Managers1,2341,300665.33571106113n/a11-3021Computer and Information Systems Managers931963323.416587477$57.0711-3031Financial Managers1,1461,188423.725659094$53.4611-3051Industrial Production Managers616323.31344$60.8511-3061Purchasing Managers178189116.24111516$52.3711-3071Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers358376185.08212931$46.9511-3111Compensation and Benefits Managers798122.52577$54.6511-3121Human Resources Managers561595346.113364952$58.4011-3131Training and Development Managers16817795.44111516$46.3011-9000Other Management Occupations7,2747,6754015.5195409604644n/a11-9013Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers26371142.32134n/a11-9021Construction Managers9931,089969.722537585$49.7911-9031Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare Center/Program13113653.8371010$28.6611-9032Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School449446-3-0.712233535$111,01011-9033Education Administrators, Postsecondary163156-7-4.3481211$56.9111-9039Education Administrators, All Other23023110.46121818$37.9511-9041Architectural and Engineering Managers341363226.56192527$66.3511-9051Food Service Managers5956606510.919537278$30.9211-9071Gaming Managers3127-4-12.91233n/a11-9081Lodging Managers2132362310.87162325$38.1011-9111Medical and Health Services Managers9621,036747.724557986$58.8611-9121Natural Sciences Managers19619931.54131717$54.8611-9141Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers601612111.823244748$35.1211-9151Social and Community Service Managers334365319.310203033$39.2911-9161Emergency Management Directors717100.02466$46.0711-9199Managers, All Other1,9111,979683.64998147154n/a
Business and Financial Operations  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal13-0000Business and Financial Operations Occupations12,16212,3962341.93418131,1541,177$37.6313-1000Business Operations Specialists7,7827,9091271.6217545762775n/a13-1020Buyers and Purchasing Agents690705152.222517374$35.7713-1031Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators23323300.06142020$35.5413-1032Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage363600.01233n/a13-1041Compliance Officers73073110.120446464$40.3913-1051Cost Estimators194210168.25152022$39.6413-1071Human Resources Specialists625659345.417476467$32.9913-1075Labor Relations Specialists134147139.74101415$41.0413-1081Logisticians372392205.49273638$45.9713-1111Management Analysts524534101.916334950$49.3013-1121Meeting, Convention, and Event Planners687134.42688$22.4513-1131Fundraisers4853510.42466$27.1413-1141Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists12112432.5481212$36.0113-1151Training and Development Specialists70770920.321557676$22.1713-1161Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists13714696.63111415$31.5813-1199Business Operations Specialists, All Other3,1513,147-4-0.185217302302n/a13-2000Financial Specialists4,3804,4871072.4124268392403n/a13-2011Accountants and Auditors1,9322,0531216.356129185197$38.7113-2021Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate185183-2-1.1671313n/a13-2031Budget Analysts266263-3-1.17142121$39.9113-2051Financial Analysts29230082.76192526n/a13-2052Personal Financial Advisors168162-6-3.6491312$49.3513-2053Insurance Underwriters121113-8-6.637109$36.2013-2072Loan Officers473456-17-3.611283937$37.4713-2081Tax Examiners and Collectors, and Revenue Agents8584-1-1.23477$44.3513-2082Tax Preparers2172452812.911152629$34.3513-2099Financial Specialists, All Other577564-13-2.316334948n/a
Computer and Mathematical  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal15-0000Computer and Mathematical Occupations4,3684,6412736.379255334361$40.0215-1100Computer Occupations4,1574,4342776.774245319347n/a15-1111Computer and Information Research Scientists3135412.90222n/a15-1121Computer Systems Analysts570626569.811324349n/a15-1122Information Security Analysts6371812.71456n/a15-1131Computer Programmers557570132.39303940n/a15-1132Software Developers, Applications1792042514.03111416n/a15-1133Software Developers, Systems Software82941214.61567n/a15-1134Web Developers737411.41455n/a15-1141Database Administrators1701891911.2391214n/a15-1142Network and Computer Systems Administrators752785334.413415457n/a15-1143Computer Network Architects576035.31344n/a15-1151Computer User Support Specialists9821,034525.319648388n/a15-1152Computer Network Support Specialists3453843911.37233034n/a15-1199Computer Occupations, All Other296308124.15172223n/a15-2000Mathematical Scientists211207-4-1.95101515n/a15-2031Operations Research Analysts777700.02355$36.4915-2041Statisticians4140-1-2.41233$43.8915-2090Miscellaneous Mathematical Scientists8986-3-3.42577n/a
Architecture and Engineering  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal17-0000Architecture and Engineering Occupations7,1267,7696439.0186426612676$48.8917-1000Architects, Surveyors, and Cartographers60670910317.016324858n/a17-1011Architects, Except Landscape and Naval1321471511.4371012$47.2317-1012Landscape Architects3944512.81234n/a17-1021Cartographers and Photogrammetrists102112109.83589$39.7217-1022Surveyors3334067321.99182734$42.4017-2000Engineers3,9754,2732987.583215298328n/a17-2011Aerospace Engineers4146512.21234$44.3317-2041Chemical Engineers626758.11344$54.7017-2051Civil Engineers9991,077787.821608189$48.1617-2061Computer Hardware Engineers555723.61344$57.9017-2071Electrical Engineers271294238.56131921$54.2617-2072Electronics Engineers, Except Computer4744-3-6.41233$51.4517-2081Environmental Engineers3373723510.410172730$47.8117-2111Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors2112342310.94111517$46.4417-2131Materials Engineers3543822.91234$48.1117-2141Mechanical Engineers3293653610.96172327$49.0817-2151Mining and Geological Engineers, Including Mining Safety Engineers1732083520.24111518$49.6917-2171Petroleum Engineers454470163.58263436$72.3017-2199Engineers, All Other904935313.419456467$55.1517-3000Drafters, Engineering, and Mapping Technicians2,5452,7872429.587179266290n/a17-3011Architectural and Civil Drafters1782052715.26131922$35.0517-3012Electrical and Electronics Drafters5967813.62467$42.6617-3013Mechanical Drafters83991619.336911n/a17-3019Drafters, All Other1031181514.6481214n/a17-3021Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians606558.32466n/a17-3022Civil Engineering Technicians638669314.922426467$31.0217-3023Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians251268176.89172628$41.4317-3024Electro-Mechanical Technicians535635.72466$29.7317-3025Environmental Engineering Technicians2122372511.87142124$31.5217-3027Mechanical Engineering Technicians6069915.02467$28.4017-3029Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other661722619.223456874n/a17-3031Surveying and Mapping Technicians1741982413.85172224$33.99
Life, Physical, and Social Science  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal19-0000Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations6,2646,4872233.6120529649671$37.4819-1000Life Scientists2,0082,030221.131159190192n/a19-1013Soil and Plant Scientists535635.71566n/a19-1022Microbiologists2625-1-3.80222n/a19-1023Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists92092770.814708485$38.9219-1029Biological Scientists, All Other44144210.27344141$41.3819-1031Conservation Scientists206217115.34182223$37.4219-1032Foresters9088-2-2.2281010$36.6019-1042Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists717657.01678$46.7119-1099Life Scientists, All Other153148-5-3.32111312n/a19-2000Physical Scientists1,3431,4541118.325120145156n/a19-2021Atmospheric and Space Scientists9291-1-1.12799$42.9519-2031Chemists77881114.31678$43.6719-2041Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health6136897612.412587078$37.9419-2042Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers345370257.27323942$48.6519-2043Hydrologists646511.61677$44.7019-2099Physical Scientists, All Other14114100.02101212$50.3119-3000Social Scientists and Related Workers749766172.319547375n/a19-3011Economists434637.01344$44.9919-3022Survey Researchers363600.01344n/a19-3031Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists13113764.636910$39.1819-3039Psychologists, All Other272700.01122$56.8619-3051Urban and Regional Planners18618600.03141717$41.1519-3091Anthropologists and Archeologists9210199.8381112$42.4719-3093Historians252614.01233$48.9919-3099Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other191189-2-1.06162222$38.8119-4000Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians2,1642,237733.445196241248n/a19-4021Biological Technicians574563-11-1.98515958$22.0819-4031Chemical Technicians1431652215.43121517$33.9719-4041Geological and Petroleum Technicians3243684413.64303438n/a19-4061Social Science Research Assistants656611.52688n/a19-4091Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health252274228.77243133n/a19-4093Forest and Conservation Technicians402399-3-0.711374848n/a19-4099Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other377370-7-1.910344443$31.48
Community and Social Services  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal21-0000Community and Social Services Occupations6,1736,6234507.3216451667712$27.6521-1000Counselors, Social Workers, and Other Community and Social Service Specialists5,7496,1944457.7195422617662n/a21-1012Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors505499-6-1.216355150$32.8221-1015Rehabilitation Counselors17117984.76121819$23.2521-1018Substance Abuse, Behavioral Disorder, and Mental Health Counselors675733588.623497278$29.8021-1019Counselors, All Other321350299.011233437n/a21-1021Child, Family, and School Social Workers9561,021656.8296796102$28.4321-1022Healthcare Social Workers206222167.86152123$30.0021-1023Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers4364854911.214314550$27.3121-1029Social Workers, All Other368393256.811263740$35.8221-1091Health Educators306328227.212243638$33.4921-1092Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists379389102.68243233n/a21-1093Social and Human Service Assistants76586610113.2336497107$21.0321-1094Community Health Workers126138129.55101516$27.9921-1099Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other5305855510.421426368$19.4021-2000Religious Workers42442951.221295050n/a21-2021Directors, Religious Activities and Education21821800.011162727$29.15
Legal  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal23-0000Legal Occupations1,9861,838-148-7.54981130115$44.6223-1000Lawyers, Judges, and Related Workers1,1321,065-67-5.922285043n/a23-1011Lawyers985923-62-6.320254539$55.9823-1012Judicial Law Clerks7775-2-2.61233n/a23-1021Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers4241-1-2.41122n/a23-2000Legal Support Workers854773-81-9.527538072n/a23-2011Paralegals and Legal Assistants530472-58-10.917365347$28.2723-2093Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers10999-10-9.23698$28.1223-2099Legal Support Workers, All Other213200-13-6.17111817$32.02
Education, Training, and Library  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal25-0000Education, Training, and Library Occupations19,21519,078-137-0.78389531,7911,777$30.1925-1000Postsecondary Teachers2,4902,394-96-3.988112200190n/a25-1011Business Teachers, Postsecondary397380-17-4.314183230$115,57025-1021Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary6058-2-3.32355n/a25-1022Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary145139-6-4.1571211n/a25-1032Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary9288-4-4.33477n/a25-1041Agricultural Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary4038-2-5.01233n/a25-1042Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary115110-5-4.34598n/a25-1051Atmospheric, Earth, Marine, and Space Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary5250-2-3.82244$86,11025-1053Environmental Science Teachers, Postsecondary3230-2-6.31122n/a25-1054Physics Teachers, Postsecondary2625-1-3.81122n/a25-1061Anthropology and Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary2827-1-3.61122n/a25-1065Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary6361-2-3.22355n/a25-1066Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary4745-2-4.32244$68,81025-1071Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary6059-1-1.72355$72,23025-1072Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary8683-3-3.53477$86,97025-1081Education Teachers, Postsecondary114109-5-4.44598$102,87025-1082Library Science Teachers, Postsecondary3836-2-5.31233n/a25-1121Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postsecondary6462-2-3.12355n/a25-1122Communications Teachers, Postsecondary2827-1-3.61122n/a25-1123English Language and Literature Teachers, Postsecondary7774-3-3.93366n/a25-1194Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary214210-4-1.98101818$36.2425-1199Postsecondary Teachers, All Other450431-19-4.216203634n/a25-2000Primary, Secondary, and Special Education School Teachers6,7996,80120.0217307524524n/a25-2011Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education702750486.829447378$17.7625-2012Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education334332-2-0.613203333$72,10025-2021Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education2,2832,264-19-0.87197168166$74,72025-2022Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education593589-4-0.718254343$80,26025-2031Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education1,6951,680-15-0.94771118116$75,79025-2032Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School107106-1-0.93588$81,06025-2051Special Education Teachers, Preschool13613821.5561111$70,41025-2052Special Education Teachers, Kindergarten and Elementary School296294-2-0.710122222$76,31025-2053Special Education Teachers, Middle School8887-1-1.13477n/a25-2054Special Education Teachers, Secondary School187186-1-0.5681414n/a25-2059Special Education Teachers, All Other368365-3-0.812152727n/a25-3000Other Teachers and Instructors3,8533,837-16-0.4222217439437n/a25-3011Adult Basic and Secondary Education and Literacy Teachers and Instructors848622.4551010n/a25-3021Self-Enrichment Education Teachers11511832.6771414$26.7725-4000Librarians, Curators, and Archivists523513-10-1.931285958n/a25-4012Curators5553-2-3.62355$35.5025-4013Museum Technicians and Conservators6160-1-1.63477$22.9225-4021Librarians258253-5-1.914122626n/a25-4031Library Technicians127123-4-3.11181919$22.7825-9000Other Education, Training, and Library Occupations5,5505,533-17-0.3280289569567n/a25-9031Instructional Coordinators29529831.012152727$35.4425-9041Teacher Assistants4,3624,345-17-0.4231228459457n/a25-9099Education, Training, and Library Workers, All Other875871-4-0.536458181$23.25
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports and Media  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal27-0000Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations3,8233,798-25-0.7161291452450$25.8527-1000Art and Design Workers828879516.231568792n/a27-1011Art Directors262827.71233$30.3127-1013Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and Illustrators5654-2-3.63366n/a27-1019Artists and Related Workers, All Other808111.34599$24.7627-1023Floral Designers85951011.836910$16.1427-1024Graphic Designers13413953.7491314$30.4927-1026Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers298321237.710213133$17.7227-1029Designers, All Other7078811.42578n/a27-2000Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related Workers1,4631,457-6-0.478130208207n/a27-2011Actors505000.02466n/a27-2012Producers and Directors118107-11-9.3291110$25.3327-2021Athletes and Sports Competitors2928-1-3.42355n/a27-2022Coaches and Scouts56857130.532518383$48,52027-2031Dancers165149-16-9.710172725n/a27-2042Musicians and Singers3332-1-3.02244n/a27-2099Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related Workers, All Other697457.23588n/a27-3000Media and Communication Workers1,0611,022-39-3.73672108104n/a27-3011Radio and Television Announcers11791-26-22.248129$21.1527-3012Public Address System and Other Announcers333300.01233n/a27-3022Reporters and Correspondents11087-23-20.9391210n/a27-3031Public Relations Specialists277294176.18212931$34.7327-3041Editors8171-10-12.32687$25.6227-3042Technical Writers1431581510.55101516$33.7027-3043Writers and Authors4038-2-5.02244n/a27-3091Interpreters and Translators646623.13477$23.8827-3099Media and Communication Workers, All Other191180-11-5.88101817$27.2727-4000Media and Communication Equipment Workers471440-31-6.616334946n/a27-4011Audio and Video Equipment Technicians180177-3-1.76131919$20.4127-4012Broadcast Technicians7055-15-21.42576$17.4127-4021Photographers8078-2-2.53588$21.6627-4032Film and Video Editors2623-3-11.51233$22.3127-4099Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All Other6766-1-1.52577n/a
Healthcare Practitioner and Technical  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal29-0000Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations16,96518,2591,2947.64525259771,106$50.0029-1000Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners10,82611,6328067.4270277547628n/a29-1011Chiropractors889689.12134$43.4229-1021Dentists, General226248229.75279$116.7529-1029Dentists, All Other Specialists404337.51011n/a29-1031Dietitians and Nutritionists16617484.8651112$37.6729-1041Optometrists626758.11122$70.5229-1051Pharmacists346360144.0881617$70.6929-1061Anesthesiologists3033310.01011n/a29-1062Family and General Practitioners385415307.8751215n/a29-1063Internists, General10611487.52134n/a29-1064Obstetricians and Gynecologists434637.01122n/a29-1065Pediatricians, General646957.81122n/a29-1066Psychiatrists666934.51122n/a29-1067Surgeons272813.70000n/a29-1069Physicians and Surgeons, All Other439475368.2761317n/a29-1071Physician Assistants437473368.27192630$72.3229-1122Occupational Therapists224240167.1581315$45.1829-1123Physical Therapists525567428.010132327$48.6529-1124Radiation Therapists384137.91122n/a29-1125Recreational Therapists150163138.73478n/a29-1126Respiratory Therapists166176106.054910$35.7629-1127Speech-Language Pathologists256271155.9591416$41.9529-1129Therapists, All Other160173138.145910$25.5829-1131Veterinarians1622003823.534711$48.0829-1141Registered Nurses5,8566,2604046.9168155323363$45.8129-1151Nurse Anesthetists737968.21345n/a29-1161Nurse Midwives1081191110.22467$44.7529-1171Nurse Practitioners348378308.67121922$53.0129-1181Audiologists283027.11122$40.5829-1199Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other173190179.853810n/a29-2000Health Technologists and Technicians5,2325,6594278.2160218378421n/a29-2010Clinical Laboratory Technologists and Technicians598643457.517223944$33.3629-2021Dental Hygienists670733639.429184753n/a29-2031Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians646957.82244$30.4029-2032Diagnostic Medical Sonographers131142118.43478$46.1529-2033Nuclear Medicine Technologists353838.61122n/a29-2034Radiologic Technologists464500367.812152731$38.1429-2035Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists525647.71233$43.9229-2041Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics370395256.87192628n/a29-2051Dietetic Technicians475148.51344$20.1229-2052Pharmacy Technicians49049881.614264041$22.3229-2053Psychiatric Technicians307334278.89172629$20.3529-2055Surgical Technologists219235167.37121921$32.2729-2056Veterinary Technologists and Technicians1882385026.66111722$20.3529-2057Ophthalmic Medical Technicians727868.32467$24.4629-2061Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses522573519.819234247$32.5129-2071Medical Records and Health Information Technicians538578407.416193539n/a29-2081Opticians, Dispensing15215974.6661213$27.6429-2099Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other280302227.98122022n/a29-9000Other Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations907968616.722305258n/a29-9011Occupational Health and Safety Specialists449475265.811152629n/a29-9012Occupational Health and Safety Technicians152163117.245910n/a29-9091Athletic Trainers414437.31122n/a29-9099Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers, All Other263284218.0691517n/a
Healthcare Support  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal31-0000Healthcare Support Occupations8,9369,90697010.94656101,0751,172$20.2331-1000Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides3,4323,86743512.7197213410454n/a31-1011Home Health Aides1,0931,34525223.16671137162n/a31-1013Psychiatric Aides14915121.3891717n/a31-1014Nursing Assistants2,1092,2841758.3118128246264n/a31-1015Orderlies818767.4551011n/a31-2000Occupational and Physical Therapist Assistants and Aides192208168.38152325n/a31-2021Physical Therapist Assistants909777.8481213$28.4831-2022Physical Therapist Aides768379.236910$17.9131-9000Other Healthcare Support Occupations5,3125,8315199.8260382642694n/a31-9011Massage Therapists518560428.134296367$37.8831-9091Dental Assistants1,2131,3221099.05983142153$24.6331-9092Medical Assistants1,7421,8921508.671129200215$22.4131-9093Medical Equipment Preparers889244.5461010$24.2131-9094Medical Transcriptionists10211198.8681415$17.5631-9095Pharmacy Aides343512.92355n/a31-9096Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers2653336825.716324855$16.2131-9097Phlebotomists130140107.7591415$20.8031-9099Healthcare Support Workers, All Other1,2201,34612610.36383146159$25.05
Protective Service  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal33-0000Protective Service Occupations8,9399,1392002.2399560959979$30.1233-1000First-Line Supervisors/Managers, Protective Service Workers535526-9-1.715223736n/a33-1011First-Line Supervisors of Correctional Officers858500.03366$46.9733-1012First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives260250-10-3.86101615$61.3533-1021First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers145144-1-0.7461010$40.3633-1099First-Line Supervisors of Protective Service Workers, All Other454724.42355n/a33-2000Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers1,4601,421-39-2.727729995n/a33-2011Firefighters1,4401,402-38-2.626719793$27.3933-3000Law Enforcement Workers2,9992,911-88-2.989140229220n/a33-3011Bailiffs6866-2-2.93366n/a33-3012Correctional Officers and Jailers1,2831,243-40-3.14863111107$32.2033-3021Detectives and Criminal Investigators104103-1-1.02466$60.7433-3031Fish and Game Wardens239236-3-1.36111717n/a33-3051Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers1,2831,242-41-3.230588884$42.3733-9000Other Protective Service Workers3,9454,2813368.5268326594628n/a33-9011Animal Control Workers6563-2-3.13366$26.9133-9032Security Guards2,4492,76831913.0133203336368$20.9033-9091Crossing Guards616546.6731010$28.3633-9092Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational Protective Service52652930.66958127127$16.8633-9093Transportation Security Screeners540539-1-0.222285050$25.7533-9099Protective Service Workers, All Other23924562.532275960n/a
Food Preparation and Serving Related  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal35-0000Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations26,94329,7492,80610.42,0592,9094,9685,249$14.7435-1000Supervisors, Food Preparation and Serving Workers1,0841,1881049.643120163173n/a35-1011Chefs and Head Cooks4555065111.214486267$25.2935-1012First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Workers629682538.42972101106$19.0735-2000Cooks and Food Preparation Workers8,3399,23789810.85508221,3721,462n/a35-2011Cooks, Fast Food2422712912.014233740$13.3235-2012Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria646694487.4365995100$19.7135-2014Cooks, Restaurant2,5472,86732012.6144239383415$14.8835-2015Cooks, Short Order4404864610.525416671$16.2635-2019Cooks, All Other634683497.735589398$16.9035-2021Food Preparation Workers3,8184,22440610.6295401696737$15.3835-3000Food and Beverage Serving Workers13,24314,5541,3119.91,0751,5432,6182,749n/a35-3011Bartenders1,5901,608181.175206281283$13.9835-3021Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food4,6745,17249810.7393484877927n/a35-3022Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, and Coffee Shop2,0512,26521410.4243225468489n/a35-3031Waiters and Waitresses4,6635,21555211.83436059481,003$12.7435-3041Food Servers, Nonrestaurant2652942910.921234447$14.3035-9000Other Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers4,2774,77049311.5391424815864n/a35-9011Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers8879819410.67783160169$13.9035-9021Dishwashers1,5351,72418912.3121137258277$12.4735-9031Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop9941,11311912.0118124242254$12.8835-9099Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All Other8619529110.67580155164$16.04
Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance  EmploymentOccupational separations,
annual averageOpenings, annual averageAlaska Mean Wage*SOCOccupation Title20182028GrowthPercent ChangeLabor force
exitsOccupation
transfersTotal37-0000Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations12,02512,5975724.87328851,6171,674$17.9837-1000Supervisors, Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Workers582614325.524436770n/a37-1011First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping and Janitorial Workers484514306.221365760$23.5237-1012First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping Workers9810022.0371010$38.8537-2000Building Cleaning and Pest Control Workers9,4209,9044845.16236601,2831,331n/a37-2011Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners5,5745,7171432.6345398743757$17.2437-2012Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners3,4443,7683249.4255230485517$15.7837-2019Building Cleaning Workers, All Other340356164.721254648n/a
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    Chiropractors treat patients with health problems of the neuromusculoskeletal system, which includes nerves, bones, muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
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    Respiratory therapists care for patients who have trouble breathing—for example, from a chronic respiratory disease, such as asthma or emphysema.
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    Veterinary Technologists and Technicians

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    Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses

    Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and licensed vocational nurses (LVNs) provide basic nursing care.
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    Medical Records and Health Information Specialists

    Medical records and health information specialists organize, manage, and code health information data.
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    Occupational Health and Safety Specialists and Technicians

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    Medical assistants complete administrative and clinical tasks in hospitals, offices of physicians, and other healthcare facilities.
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    Medical Transcriptionists

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    Police officers protect lives and property. Detectives and criminal investigators gather facts and collect evidence of possible crimes.
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    Private Detectives and Investigators

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    Grounds Maintenance Workers

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    Gambling Services Workers

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    Manicurists and Pedicurists

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    Skincare specialists cleanse and beautify the face and body to enhance a person’s appearance.
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    Wholesale and Manufacturing Sales Representatives

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    Bill and Account Collectors

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    Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers, also called public safety telecommunicators, answer emergency and nonemergency calls.
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    Secretaries and Administrative Assistants

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    Fishing and Hunting Workers

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    Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters

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    Construction and Building Inspectors

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    Hazardous Materials Removal Workers

    Hazardous materials removal workers identify and dispose of harmful substances such as asbestos, lead, and radioactive waste.
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    Automotive Body and Glass Repairers

    Automotive body and glass repairers restore, refinish, and replace vehicle bodies and frames, windshields, and window glass.
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    Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics

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    Metal and Plastic Machine Workers

    Metal and plastic machine workers set up and operate machines that cut, shape, and form metal and plastic materials or pieces.
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    Machinists and Tool and Die Makers

    Machinists and tool and die makers set up and operate machine tools to produce precision metal parts, instruments, and tools.
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    Woodworkers manufacture a variety of products such as cabinets and furniture, using wood, veneers, and laminates.
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    Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators

    Stationary engineers and boiler operators control stationary engines, boilers, or other mechanical equipment.
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    Quality Control Inspectors

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    Long-Term Occupational Employment Projections

    Find the expected employment growth and annual openings for all published occupations in New York State and its 10 labor market regions. These 10-year forecasts, which are updated every other year, are intended to help individuals make informed education and career decisions and assist educators and training providers in planning for future needs. Included with our long-term occupational projections are these important supplementary data series:

    • Annual wages (mean, median, entry and experienced levels)
    • Measures of education and training
    • Employment prospects
    • Comparison of New York State and U.S. occupational growth rates

    Our Statewide and Regional projections cover the 2018-2028 time period. For additional information concerning these projections, see Technical Notes.

    Short-Term Occupational Employment Projections

    Short-term occupational projections are used for career counseling, economic development and other state planning. Projections offer additional information on annual wages (mean, median, entry and experienced), and measures of education. Data are currently available for all published occupations in New York State.

    Statewide projections cover the 2020-2022 period. Employment data from the 2nd quarter of 2020 was used as the base period for the occupational projections. The COVID-19 pandemic caused employment to drop significantly during this time. As a result, the short-term occupational projections are showing record job growth for most occupations between 2020 and 2022 as the economy is expected to recover most of the job losses caused by the pandemic.

    For additional information concerning Short-Term Occupational Projections, see Technical Notes.

     

    Long-Term Industry Employment Projections

    Long-term industry employment projections represent a valuable data source for those interested in future employment trends. Data are currently available for approximately 90 industries (at the 3-digit NAICS industry level). Statewide and Regional projections cover the 2018-2028 time period. For additional information concerning Long-Term Industry Projections, see Technical Notes.

     

    Short-Term Industry Employment Projections

    Short-term industry employment projections represent near term estimates of industry employment and are currently available for approximately 90 detailed industries.

    Statewide projections cover the 2020-2022 period. Employment data from the 2nd quarter of 2020 was used as the base period for the industry projections. The COVID-19 pandemic caused employment to drop significantly during this time. As a result, the short-term industry projections are showing record job growth for most industries between 2020 and 2022 as the economy is expected to recover most of the job losses caused by the pandemic.

    For additional information concerning Short-Term Industry Projections, see Technical Notes.

     

    This is a real-time list of occupations in demand now. Please select a region from the down box above to view data for that region.  The regional lists show occupations in which hiring is occurring now. Occupations on the statewide list represent those job titles which appear on at least one regional list. These lists, which are subject to update at any time, do not satisfy training eligibility requirements under Title I of the Workforce Investment Act.

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    The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes a large amount of information on employment and wages by occupation, including career information, employment levels and projections, and various types of earnings data.

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    Occupational Outlook Handbook
    This publication describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.

    Career Outlook
    This page provides practical information on jobs and careers. Articles cover a wide variety of career and work-related topics such as new and emerging occupations, training opportunities, and salary trends.

    Employment (Occupational Employment Statistics)
    This annual mail survey provides data on employment and wages by occupation and industry for about 750 occupations and 400 industries throughout the nation and similar data for all states and selected metropolitan areas.

    Wages by Area and Occupation
    Wage data are available by occupation for the nation, regions, states, and many metropolitan areas.

    Employment Projections
    Estimates of the labor market 10 years into the future and other career information.

    Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities
    The Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities program provides data on illnesses and injuries on the job and data on worker fatalities.

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