Common Federal Occupations in 2016

In 2016, the most common federal occupation was Nurse with 74,130 employees averaging a pay of $85,433.

Rank Occupation Title Employee Count Average Pay
1 Nurse 74,130 $85,433
2 Miscellaneous Administration and Program 61,810 $91,848
3 Compliance Inspector 51,672 $42,695
4 Information Technology Manager 46,060 $107,363
5 Manager and Program Analyst 44,667 $102,475
6 Criminal Investigator 40,991 $105,320
7 Miscellaneous Clerk and Assistant 40,095 $43,202
8 34,591 $85,891
9 General Attorney 34,124 $137,387
10 Medical Officer 32,740 $214,968
11 Social Insurance Administrator 28,691 $78,550
12 Contact Representative 26,484 $50,013
13 Customs and Border Protection Personnel 22,809 $84,623
14 Medical Support Assistant 22,177 $40,347
15 Border Patrol Enforcer 19,749 $83,255
16 Air Traffic Controller 18,820 $125,522
17 Correctional Officer 18,700 $55,781
18 17,112 $93,561
19 Forestry Technician 16,702 $39,334
20 Human Resources Manager 15,713 $92,973
21 Practical Nurse 15,354 $47,437
22 General Business and Industry Employee 14,827 $91,844
23 Social Worker 14,642 $73,642
24 General Health Scientist 14,013 $97,572
25 Nursing Assistant 13,085 $37,544
26 Contractor 12,717 $97,832
27 Custodial Worker 12,596 $33,140
28 Financial Administrator and Programmer 12,536 $89,755
29 Veterans Claims Examiner 12,049 $69,970
30 Tax Examiner 10,483 $48,449
31 Internal Revenue Agent 10,400 $102,749
32 Pharmacist 10,143 $115,210
33 Health Aid and Technician 10,115 $43,815
34 Program Manager 9,909 $138,133
35 General Engineer 9,654 $127,216
36 Secretary 9,440 $52,141
37 Patent Examiner 8,762 $118,177
38 Social Scientist 8,110 $84,111
39 Accountant 8,108 $110,986
40 Psychologist 7,822 $91,928
41 Biological Science Technician 7,790 $41,053
42 Transportation Specialist 7,147 $98,066
43 Administrative Officer 7,083 $85,837
44 Maintenance Mechanic 7,073 $53,749
45 Legal Assistant 6,982 $53,144
46 Food Service Worker 6,923 $31,958
47 Police Officer 6,658 $63,028
48 Intelligence Personnel 6,407 $103,190
49 Budget Analyst 6,298 $97,133
50 Financial Institution Examiner 6,062 $127,448
51 Security Administrator 6,005 $96,133
52 General Physical Scientist 5,511 $118,404
53 General Legal and Kindred Administrator 5,356 $58,718
54 Park Ranger 5,349 $58,153
55 Auditor 5,243 $106,301
56 Financial Clerk and Assistant 5,152 $46,436
57 Medical Technologist 5,041 $69,998
58 Paralegal Specialist 5,015 $80,847
59 Aerospace Engineer 5,001 $126,127
60 Pharmacy Technician 4,930 $43,026
61 Loan Specialist 4,488 $77,570
62 Economist 4,378 $117,316
63 Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist 4,367 $62,062
64 Aviation Safety Personnel 4,262 $113,594
65 Chemist 4,242 $111,329
66 Soil Conservationist 4,161 $71,797
67 Mail and File Employee 3,988 $35,851
68 Civil Engineer 3,976 $96,046
69 Public Health Program Specialist 3,861 $103,397
70 Consumer Safety Inspection 3,829 $59,340
71 3,620 $50,966
72 Internal Revenue Officer 3,589 $83,332
73 Supply Clerk and Technician 3,533 $42,730
74 Medical Records Technician 3,528 $47,936
75 Engineer Technician 3,528 $70,751
76 Emergency Management Specialist 3,518 $90,331
77 Public Affairs Worker 3,507 $101,922
78 Consumer Safety Personnel 3,499 $97,050
79 Environmental Protection Specialist 3,496 $111,515
80 Human Resources Assistance 3,293 $46,444
81 Medical Instrument Technician 3,256 $57,031
82 Cook 3,225 $53,091
83 Food Inspector 3,219 $44,941
84 Statistician 3,166 $101,162
85 General Arts and Information Employee 3,128 $87,017
86 Claims Assistance and Examining Personnel 2,958 $44,730
87 Physician Assistant 2,912 $96,806
88 Health Insurance Administrator 2,891 $109,109
89 Motor Vehicle Operator 2,812 $45,683
90 Foreign Affairs Personnel 2,787 $122,415
91 Hearings and Appeals Personnel 2,676 $102,998
92 Health System Specialist 2,653 $90,922
93 Meteorologist 2,594 $102,089
94 Dietitian and Nutritionist 2,573 $73,913
95 Materials Handler 2,559 $50,331
96 Electronics Engineer 2,551 $124,169
97 Electronics Technician 2,539 $82,744
98 Accounting Technician 2,538 $48,234
99 Medical Supply Aide and Technician 2,506 $42,581
100 2,493 $90,231
101 2,474 $32,686
102 Veterinary Medical Scientist 2,264 $99,344
103 Fish Biologist 2,228 $89,978
104 Telecommunication Employee 2,208 $96,763
105 Physical Therapist 2,177 $83,381
106 Wildlife Biologist 2,170 $78,149
107 Dental Assistant 2,150 $42,656
108 Hydrologist 2,134 $94,278
109 Microbiologist 2,107 $106,358
110 Realtor 2,107 $87,101
111 Training Instructor 2,088 $78,904
112 General Investigator 2,070 $82,929
113 Environmental Engineer 2,049 $111,557
114 Education and Vocational Training Employee 2,041 $73,516
115 Social Science Aid and Technician 2,021 $44,982
116 Range Technician 2,015 $37,444
117 Speech Pathologist and Audiologist 2,000 $84,941
118 Grants Manager 1,974 $98,134
119 Dental Officer 1,926 $162,849
120 Administrative Law Judge 1,864 $161,098
121 Medical Technician 1,843 $39,821
122 Laborer 1,767 $35,138
123 Legal Instruments Examiner 1,767 $55,205
124 Correctional Institution Administrator 1,730 $99,852
125 Passport and Visa Examiner 1,715 $70,381
126 Equal Employment Opportunity Personnel 1,702 $103,186
127 Forestry Personnel 1,699 $73,727
128 Agricultural Commodity Grader 1,642 $54,715
129 Purchasing 1,616 $49,348
130 Education and Training Technician 1,602 $47,668
131 1,601 $39,485
132 Support Services Administrator 1,591 $79,322
133 Archives Technician 1,554 $48,688
134 1,551 $76,547
135 1,549 $89,335
136 Hydrologic Technician 1,549 $53,067
137 Engineer Equipment Operator 1,531 $56,073
138 Voucher Examiner 1,508 $42,924
139 Electrical Engineer 1,461 $108,630
140 Mathematical Statistician 1,415 $116,017
141 Inventory Manager 1,409 $65,012
142 Mine Safety and Health Inspector 1,383 $83,458
143 Utility Systems Repairman/Operator 1,343 $62,867
144 Occupational Therapist 1,330 $78,865
145 Financial Analyst 1,317 $129,804
146 Computer Scientist 1,306 $125,398
147 Electrician 1,300 $61,512
148 Ecologist 1,284 $92,516
149 Security Guard 1,260 $42,691
150 Wage and Hour Investigator 1,253 $86,299
151 Optometrist 1,240 $103,496
152 Building Manager 1,238 $88,798
153 Facility Operations Services Personnel 1,234 $89,909
154 Equal Opportunity Compliance Personnel 1,217 $99,680
155 Soil Conservation Technician 1,209 $45,741
156 Tax Specialist 1,175 $70,863
157 Mechanical Engineer 1,173 $107,727
158 Medical and Health Student Trainee 1,155 $37,504
159 Geologist 1,142 $101,036
160 General Education and Training Employee 1,129 $100,999
161 1,128 $89,407
162 Computer Engineer 1,114 $123,838
163 Security Clerk and Assistant 1,113 $41,975
164 Chaplain 1,102 $79,502
165 Guide 1,050 $33,540
166 Nurse Anesthetist (title 38) 1,012 $160,782
167 Agricultural Commodity Aid 1,000 $28,203
168 Import Compliance Personnel 997 $84,862
169 Civilian 997 $44,691
170 Air Conditioning Equipment Mechanic 980 $60,281
171 Archeologist 973 $73,645
172 Recreation/Vreative Arts Therapist 958 $67,476
173 Computer Clerk and Assistant 957 $56,398
174 Vocational Rehabilitator 954 $66,740
175 Data Transcriber 949 $34,652
176 Rangeland Manager 944 $67,645
177 Operations Researcher 940 $117,440
178 Language Specialist 924 $87,889
179 Visual Information Employee 910 $84,788
180 Soil Scientist 899 $86,789
181 Credit Union Examiner 886 $115,274
182 Plant Protection Technician 885 $34,463
183 Writer and Editor 884 $99,123
184 Industrial Hygienist 858 $95,231
185 Statistical Assistant 854 $38,908
186 Podiatrist 836 $109,322
187 Social Services Aid and Assistant 832 $42,459
188 Investigative Analyst 825 $76,377
189 Logistics Manager 814 $92,513
190 High Voltage Electrician 814 $90,065
191 Rehabilitation Therapy Assistant 813 $49,570
192 Automotive Mechanic 812 $59,929
193 Equal Opportunity Investigator 811 $84,580
194 Supply Program Manager 811 $82,468
195 Architect 791 $109,115
196 Physicist 785 $134,382
197 Physical Science Technician 781 $56,779
198 Bioengineer & Biomedical Engineer 761 $96,680
199 Trade Specialist 748 $106,755
200 Financial Manager 742 $131,615
201 Laundry Worker 711 $31,925
202 Appraiser 705 $93,603
203 Pharmacologist 700 $125,010
204 Technical Information Services Employee 695 $90,286
205 Biological Science Student Trainee 690 $30,891
206 Transportation Clerk and Assistant 671 $44,005
207 Recreation Specialist 671 $62,772
208 Cemetery Caretaker 668 $44,785
209 Carpenter 660 $56,498
210 Librarian 657 $96,211
211 Pipefitter 644 $60,897
212 Psychology Aid and Technician 632 $50,784
213 Nuclear Engineer 626 $135,993
214 Animal Health Technician 618 $48,039
215 Audiovisual Producer 614 $96,088
216 605 $107,489
217 Geographer 592 $88,474
218 Wildlife Refuge Manager 586 $90,082
219 Education Programmer 586 $108,306
220 Museum Specialist and Technician 582 $70,422
221 Sales Store Clerk 580 $22,026
222 Painter 577 $56,867
223 Transportation Operator 570 $81,406
224 549 $68,953
225 Quality Assurance Worker 547 $93,273
226 Health System Administrator 546 $127,103
227 Procurement Clerk and Technician 530 $46,933
228 Technical Systems Program Manager 525 $148,029
229 Medical Records Administration 518 $75,611
230 511 $39,241
231 Railroad Safety Worker 508 $91,257
232 Dental Hygienist 490 $60,487
233 Technical Writing and Editing Employee 489 $95,079
234 Entomology 488 $104,593
235 Motor Carrier Safety Worker 484 $73,400
236 Materials Engineer 482 $120,676
237 Customs Entry and Liquidating Employee 479 $81,093
238 Telephone Operator 477 $36,691
239 Tax Law Specialist 473 $99,596
240 Cartographer 471 $91,035
241 Cash Processer 470 $41,463
242 Prosthetic Representative 468 $73,197
243 Agricultural Marketer 460 $98,670
244 Boiler Plant Operator 449 $58,585
245 Toxicologist 449 $117,541
246 Geneticist 447 $110,114
247 Public Utilities Specialist 444 $100,556
248 Construction Control Technician 442 $77,451
249 Archivist 436 $88,470
250 General Supply Employee 428 $75,960
251 Health Physicist 418 $117,850
252 Patent Attorney 413 $171,274
253 Financial Management Student Trainee 409 $38,826
254 Community Planner 409 $100,272
255 Economics Assistant 405 $44,861
256 Outdoor Recreation Planner 403 $78,382
257 Fire Protection and Prevention Personnel 401 $55,370
258 Budget Clerk 399 $47,580
259 Instructional Systems Employee 398 $104,542
260 397 $50,572
261 Industrial Equipment Mechanic 397 $78,578
262 Legal Occupations Student Trainee 396 $38,048
263 Metal Forming Machine Operator 393 $54,675
264 Railroad Retirement Claims Examiner 393 $68,468
265 Navigational Information Personnel 388 $114,116
266 Information Receptionist 380 $34,574
267 Tractor Operator 380 $44,962
268 Gardener 378 $51,269
269 Printing Services 375 $97,996
270 Petroleum Engineer 370 $104,920
271 Recreation Aid and Assistant 366 $38,601
272 Cartographic Technician 366 $52,505
273 Construction Analyst 365 $71,956
274 365 $87,608
275 Fish and Wildlife Administrator 364 $132,599
276 Physical Science Student Trainee 363 $34,473
277 Electrical Power Controller 359 $101,459
278 Botanist 357 $77,414
279 356 $42,275
280 Geophysicist 355 $116,244
281 Agricultural Engineer 353 $85,904
282 Dispatcher 349 $41,471
283 Social Science Student Trainee 345 $44,955
284 Astronomy and Space Scientist 343 $142,188
285 Patent Administrator 341 $164,270
286 Museum Curator 339 $101,379
287 Equipment Servicer 337 $82,293
288 Plumber 336 $62,627
289 Orthotist and Prosthetist 332 $74,507
290 Chemical Engineer 331 $116,047
291 Pathology Technician 330 $51,984
292 General Student Trainee 326 $32,306
293 Kinesiotherapist 326 $70,832
294 Dental Laboratory Aid and Technician 317 $56,260
295 Oceanographer 317 $117,389
296 Agricultural Program Specialist 306 $90,798
297 Miscellaneous Plant and Animal Work 303 $47,004
298 Electronic Industrial Controls Mechanic 302 $84,815
299 Land Surveyer 301 $82,486
300 Equipment Operator 298 $40,172
301 United States Marshal 297 $83,090
302 Animal Caretaker 292 $42,397
303 Securities Compliance Examiner 292 $172,012
304 Nuclear Materials Courier 291 $68,980
305 Respiratory Therapist 290 $50,238
306 Historian 289 $98,077
307 Aircraft Operator 285 $107,175
308 Library Technician 281 $53,227
309 Landscape Architect 272 $90,994
310 Sports Specialist 271 $62,249
311 Interior Designer 270 $81,765
312 Actuarial Scientist 270 $123,959
313 Funeral Director 268 $73,278
314 Therapeutic Radiologic Technologist 265 $83,687
315 Electronics Mechanic 260 $73,953
316 Plant Pathologist 257 $111,286
317 Mason 256 $49,413
318 Meteorological Technician 255 $78,661
319 Social Services Employee 254 $49,122
320 Physiologist 249 $110,662
321 Computer Operator 249 $55,035
322 Labor-Management Relations Examiner 245 $112,567
323 Photographer 242 $80,161
324 Laundry Machine Operator 242 $42,400
325 Highway Safety Personnel 241 $106,155
326 Fingerprint Identifier 241 $69,605
327 Workforce Development Personnel 235 $105,082
328 Exhibits Specialist 233 $75,278
329 Hospital Housekeeping Manager 233 $84,622
330 Utility Systems Operator 218 $58,101
331 Food Services Employee 214 $83,997
332 Law Clerk 214 $73,544
333 Agronomist 197 $96,238
334 Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic 196 $64,165
335 Bindery Worker 195 $70,606
336 Air Traffic Assistant 192 $61,573
337 Telecommunications Processer 189 $39,640
338 International Relations Personnel 189 $114,018
339 Equal Opportunity Assistant 187 $52,156
340 Air Conditioning Equipment Operator 186 $58,762
341 Land Law Examiner 186 $64,383
342 Bulk Money Handler 181 $53,041
343 Property Disposal 180 $87,247
344 Safety Engineer 180 $105,245
345 Mathematician 178 $135,461
346 Mediator 177 $123,175
347 Industrial Engineer 177 $93,410
348 Traffic Manager 176 $88,659
349 Miscellaneous Printing and Reproduction 176 $67,453
350 Design Patent Examier 174 $108,892
351 Information Technology Student Trainee 173 $37,759
352 Letterpress Operator 173 $105,727
353 Survey Technician 164 $44,421
354 Foreign Agricultural Affairs Personnel 163 $120,898
355 160 $92,947
356 Hand Composer 159 $77,984
357 156 $37,183
358 Agricultural Market Reporter 149 $78,611
359 Plant Physiologist 144 $119,449
360 Intaglio Press Operator 143 $109,212
361 Business and Industry Student Trainee 141 $37,309
362 Mining Engineer 141 $90,268
363 Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic 139 $103,029
364 Fire Protection Engineer 136 $116,060
365 Horticulturalist 130 $87,333
366 Cemetery Administration Serviceman 128 $81,944
367 Transportation Industry Analyst 127 $118,140
368 General Anthropologist 124 $97,040
369 Locksmith 121 $55,403
370 Machinist 108 $68,774
371 Instrument Mechanic 105 $46,196
372 103 $82,075
373 Welder 103 $63,138
374 Medical Equipment Repairman 103 $57,326
375 Fabric Worker 102 $64,651
376 Education Researcher 100 $114,635
377 Small Craft Operator 95 $55,691
378 Employee Benefits Lawyer 94 $116,667
379 Irrigation System Operator 94 $41,107
380 Animal Scientist 94 $106,926
381 Food Technologist 93 $112,928
382 Work Unit Supervisor 90 $66,874
383 Apprenticeship and Training Personnel 85 $96,025
384 Miscellaneous General Services and Support Worker 84 $37,839
385 83 $43,904
386 Pest Controller 82 $53,250
387 Miscellaneous Vessel Jobs 80 $40,189
388 Insects Production Worker 80 $36,010
389 Document Analyst 80 $115,760
390 Industrial Specialist 76 $112,944
391 Wood Crafter 75 $60,908
392 Production Machinery Mechanic 72 $62,845
393 Workforce Researcher and Analyst 72 $98,117
394 Water Treatment Plant Operator 69 $62,641
395 Electrical Equipment Repairer 69 $62,544
396 Offset Press Operator 69 $86,417
397 Broadcasting Equipment Operator 68 $93,997
398 Sewing Machine Operator 68 $37,950
399 Miscellaneous Industrial Equipment Operator 66 $71,407
400 Zoologist 66 $124,395
401 Unemployment Insurance Employee 66 $103,081
402 Sheet Metal Mechanic 66 $67,531
403 Bookbinder 62 $93,714
404 Civil Rights Analyst 60 $115,094
405 Geodesist 59 $118,578
406 Information and Arts Student Trainee 58 $38,582
407 General Mathematican/Statistician 58 $152,346
408 Industrial Property Manager 56 $96,412
409 Miscellaneous Industrial Equipment Maintenance Worker 56 $71,005
410 Miscellaneous Occupations 55 $56,057
411 Education Services Personnel 54 $60,520
412 Seaman/Fisherman 54 $45,864
413 Safety Technician 54 $53,269
414 General Equipment Mechanic 53 $57,514
415 Miscellaneous Laundry, Dry Cleaning, and Pressing Worker 50 $49,360
416 Able Seaman 50 $40,788
417 Production Controller 49 $77,608
418 Patent Classifying 49 $134,043
419 Tree Trimmer and Remover 49 $57,022
420 Laundry Operations Services Employee 49 $68,660
421 Agricultural Warehouse Inspector 49 $73,159
422 Sewage Disposal Plant Operator 48 $57,534
423 Public Health Educator 47 $105,656
424 Air Safety Investigator 44 $118,018
425 Marine Machinery Mechanic 44 $61,635
426 Drill Rig Operator 43 $57,131
427 Investigation Student Trainee 42 $37,468
428 International Cooperation Personnel 41 $113,663
429 Marine Survey Technician 40 $114,195
430 Packaging Machine Operator 40 $56,347
431 General Telecommunications Employee 40 $43,536
432 Illustrator 40 $76,934
433 Editorial Assistant 39 $53,031
434 Tools and Parts Attendant 37 $44,988
435 Prescription Eyeglass Maker 37 $49,135
436 Sign Painter 36 $53,727
437 Housing Managemer 35 $67,916
438 Coin/Currency Checker 33 $59,913
439 Sanitarian 33 $74,262
440 Third Assistant Engineer 32 $73,673
441 32 $103,704
442 Elevator Mechanic 32 $72,243
443 Laboratory Worker 32 $38,775
444 Environmental Protection Assistant 32 $54,344
445 General Equipment Operator 31 $52,582
446 Lock and Dam Operator 31 $57,174
447 Miscellaneous Metal Work 30 $69,633
448 Platemakrt 30 $84,913
449 28 $69,267
450 Laundry & Dry Cleaning Equipment Repairman 28 $56,947
451 Insurance Examiner 27 $113,732
452 Stationary-engine Operator 27 $87,290
453 Heat Treater 27 $61,941
454 Second Cook 26 $37,535
455 Miscellaneous Woodwork 25 $69,924
456 Farmer 25 $45,203
457 Toolmaker 25 $70,110
458 Heating & Boiler Plant Equipment Mechanic 25 $60,371
459 Chief Engineer 25 $146,855
460 Intelligence Aid and Clerk 24 $56,700
461 First Assistant Engineer 24 $92,400
462 Electrolytic Intaglio Platemaker 24 $98,707
463 Fork Lift Operator 23 $52,380
464 Packing 23 $47,326
465 Clerk-Typist 22 $38,298
466 Veterinary Student Trainee 22 $39,990
467 Textile Technology 22 $93,432
468 Nuclear Medicine Technician 22 $77,634
469 Crane Operator 21 $64,132
470 Forest Products Technology Personnel 21 $108,426
471 Mobile Equipment Servicing 21 $47,736
472 Sociologist 20 $93,818
473 Second Assistant Engineer 20 $83,646
474 Aircrew Technician 20 $82,858
475 Insurance Accountant 20 $37,869
476 Powered Support Systems Mechanic 20 $65,487
477 Unlicensed Junior Engineer 19 $45,763
478 Plastering 19 $57,348
479 Chief Steward 18 $54,404
480 Metallurgist 18 $141,204
481 Cryptanalyst 18 $120,205
482 Ship Operator 17 $77,706
483 Environmental Health Technician 17 $49,113
484 Miscellaneous General Equipment Maintenance Worker 17 $47,396
485 Insulator 16 $61,281
486 Freight Rate Employee 16 $58,037
487 Communications Clerk 16 $39,067
488 16 $57,974
489 Fuel Distribution System Operator 15 $60,637
490 Materials Expediter 15 $50,982
491 Telecommunications Mechanic 15 $58,578
492 Rigging Personnel 15 $66,142
493 Buffing and Polishing Personnel 15 $67,110
494 Library and Archives Student Trainee 15 $36,039
495 Miscellaneous Machine Tool Work 15 $72,725
496 Aircraft Mechanic 14 $82,598
497 Miscellaneous Warehousing and Stock Handler 14 $56,998
498 Electronic Digital Computer Mechanic 13 $61,462
499 Geodetic Technician 13 $82,440
500 Model Maker 13 $68,076
501 Coder 13 $51,204
502 Correspondence Clerk 12 $42,148
503 Deckhand 12 $51,027
504 Laboratory Support Worker 12 $43,851
505 Messenger 12 $30,625
506 Photographic Technology 12 $122,941
507 Hazardous Waste Disposer 11 $45,298
508 Miscellaneous Personal Services 11 $30,411
509 Patent Adviser 11 $133,038
510 Small Engine Mechanic 11 $50,860
511 Packaging Worker 10 $96,657
512 Language Clerk 10 $39,157
513 Upholsterer 9 $63,111
514 Materials Examiner and Identifier 9 $49,489
515 Autopsy Assistant 9 $40,719
516 Preservation Servicing 9 $49,923
517 Education Student Trainee 8 $41,813
518 Supply Student Trainee 8 $42,079
519 Oiler 8 $39,199
520 Lock and Dam Repairman 8 $78,458
521 Master-Mate (Fishing Vessel) 8 $102,033
522 Aircraft Attendent 8 $44,651
523 Boatswain 8 $60,847
524 Miscellaneous Food Preparer and Server 8 $26,918
525 Manual Arts Therapist 8 $67,958
526 Exhibits Maker/Modeler 7 $39,510
527 7 $47,569
528 Research Laboratory Mechanic 7 $61,292
529 Naval Architect 7 $128,953
530 Chemical Plant Operator 7 $83,662
531 Chief Cook 6 $46,655
532 Military Personnel 6 $60,525
533 Industrial Engineer Technician 6 $62,086
534 Electromotive Equipment Mechanic 6 $58,989
535 Instrument Maker 6 $73,024
536 6 $93,560
537 Patent Technician 6 $69,286
538 6 $47,094
539 Theater Specialist 5 $84,489
540 Barber 5 $0
541 Motion Picture Projection 5 $56,829
542 Wood Worker 5 $52,291
543 Transportation Student Trainee 5 $46,439
544 Explosives Safety Personnel 5 $91,418
545 Battery Repairman 5 $56,374
546 4 $63,732
547 Composite/Plastic Fabricator 4 $52,029
548 4 $109,238
549 Engine Utilityman 4 $42,246
550 Electronics Technician 3 $71,904
551 Railroad Maintenance Vehicle Operator 3 $58,614
552 Offset Photographer 3 $74,332
553 Miscellaneous Plumbing and Pipefitting 3 $88,484
554 Tile Setter 2 $64,273
555 Master 2 $91,751
556 Miscellaneous Painting and Paperhanging 2 $60,513
557 Aircraft Mechnical Parts Repairman 2 $47,052
558 Wiper 2 $33,575
559 Miscellaneous Fabric and Leather Worker 2 $48,910
560 Art Specialist 2 $46,773
561 Community Planning Technician 2 $65,591
562 Mobile Equipment Metal Mechanic 2 $64,353
563 Small Arms Repairman 2 $67,243
564 Copyright and Patent Student Trainee 2 $35,724
565 First Officer 1 $64,864
566 Mathematics Technician 1 $50,709
567 Oilier and Greaser 1 $62,722
568 Baker 1 $36,147
569 Kitchen/Bakery Equipment Repairman 1 $52,738
570 Music Specialist 1 $64,546
571 Roofer 1 $79,890
572 Educational Therapist 1 $75,044
573 Aircraft Freight Loader 1 $57,037
574 Meatcutter 1 $60,565
575 Quality Inspection Student Trainee 1 $33,796
576 1 $53,302
577 Miscellaneous Instrument Work 1 $75,529
578 Locomotive Engineer 1 $43,681

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