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Winter 2011–12 Vol. 55, Number 4

Occupational employment


 

Occupations that have the most growth and have a bachelor's degree as the typical level of education needed to enter the occupation, projected 2010-20, in thousands of jobs

Occupation

Thousands of jobs

Median annual wages, May 2010

Experience

On-the-job
training

Elementary school teachers, except special education

249

51,660

None

Internship/
residency

Accountants and auditors

191

61,690

None

None

Management analysts

157

78,160

1 to 5 years

None

Software developers, applications

144

87,790

None

None

Software developers, systems software

127

94,180

None

None

Computer systems analysts

120

77,740

None

None

Market research analysts and marketing specialists

117

60,570

None

None

Middle school teachers, except special and career/technical education

108

51,960

None

Internship/
residency

Network and computer systems administrators

97

69,160

None

None

Secondary school teachers, except special and career/technical education

72

53,230

None

Internship/
residency

Medical and health services managers

68

84,270

None

None

Cost estimators

68

57,860

None

None

Personal financial advisors

66

64,750

None

None

Information security analysts, web developers, and computer network architects

66

75,660

1 to 5 years

None

Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products

66

73,710

None

Moderate-term on-the-job training

Recreation workers

64

22,260

None

None

Training and development specialists

62

54,160

None

None

Public relations specialists

58

52,090

None

Moderate-term on-the-job training

Child, family, and school social workers

58

40,210

None

None

Computer and information systems managers

56

115,780

More than 5 years

None

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