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Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics

OES data highlights ‐ An Occupational Analysis of Industries with the Most Job Losses, Table 2

OccupationEmploymentPercent of total industry employmentMean hourly wage
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand386,00011.3$10.02
Office clerks, general185,1005.412.03
Team assemblers174,2205.110.63
Packers and packagers, hand138,9804.19.27
Helpers—production workers130,2703.89.99
Construction laborers108,1103.212.39
Customer service representatives103,0503.013.22
Registered nurses91,9802.733.23
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators122,9402.621.51
Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists83,5302.525.44
Executive secretaries and administrative assistants69,0502.017.64
Industry total3,408,230100.015.64


Last Modified Date: November 25, 2009