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TABLE R44. Number of nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses involving days away from work by occupation and industry sector, private industry, 2020
Occupation(1) Occupation code(2) Total cases(3)(4)(5) Goods producing Service providing
Total goods producing Natural resources and mining(3)(5) Construction Manufacturing Total service providing Trade, transportation, and utilities(4) Information Financial activities Professional and business services Education and health services Leisure and hospitality Other services

All occupations

  1,176,340 233,150 22,730 74,520 135,900 943,190 285,230 10,230 24,990 68,630 455,590 72,360 26,160

Management, business, science, and arts occupations

  256,040 8,660 560 3,320 4,780 247,380 8,460 1,470 7,010 11,080 210,500 6,330 2,540

Management, business, and financial occupations

  49,930 6,390 440 3,210 2,750 43,540 5,780 660 6,160 3,670 21,400 4,030 1,840

Management occupations

11-0000

41,780 5,480 410 2,870 2,210 36,300 5,060 620 3,710 2,670 18,740 3,780 1,720

Top executives

11-1000

6,370 700 60 70 570 5,670 1,210 390 1,360 990 970 360 400

Chief executives

11-1010

1,750 250 - 30 210 1,500 290 - 90 470 310 - -

Chief executives

11-1011

1,750 250 - 30 210 1,500 290 - 90 470 310 - -

General and operations managers

11-1020

4,620 450 50 40 360 4,170 920 380 1,270 520 660 330 90

General and operations managers

11-1021

4,620 450 50 40 360 4,170 920 380 1,270 520 660 330 90

Advertising, marketing, promotions, public relations, and sales managers

11-2000

2,280 60 - - 40 2,230 1,570 50 170 100 210 110 -

Marketing and sales managers

11-2020

2,260 60 - - 40 2,200 1,570 40 170 100 190 110 -

Marketing managers

11-2021

430 20 - - - 410 120 - - 30 160 80 -

Sales managers

11-2022

1,830 40 - - 40 1,790 1,450 - 160 70 30 30 -

Public relations and fundraising managers

11-2030

20 - - - - 20 - - - - - - -

Operations specialties managers

11-3000

7,570 1,470 90 110 1,270 6,100 1,650 100 850 800 1,810 270 630

Administrative services and facilities managers

11-3010

2,020 190 50 - 120 1,840 200 - 140 380 910 110 80

Administrative services managers

11-3012

1,140 100 50 - 40 1,040 90 - 130 140 630 - -

Facilities managers

11-3013

890 90 - - 90 800 100 - - 230 290 110 50

Computer and information systems managers

11-3020

250 - - - - 240 50 80 - 30 40 30 -

Computer and information systems managers

11-3021

250 - - - - 240 50 80 - 30 40 30 -

Financial managers

11-3030

1,510 90 - 40 40 1,420 320 - 660 240 130 30 -

Financial managers

11-3031

1,510 90 - 40 40 1,420 320 - 660 240 130 30 -

Industrial production managers

11-3050

920 870 - - 850 50 50 - - - - - -

Industrial production managers

11-3051

920 870 - - 850 50 50 - - - - - -

Purchasing managers

11-3060

140 40 - - 40 100 - - - - 60 - -

Purchasing managers

11-3061

140 40 - - 40 100 - - - - 60 - -

Transportation, storage, and distribution managers

11-3070

1,790 180 - 50 130 1,610 970 - - 30 30 20 -

Transportation, storage, and distribution managers

11-3071

1,790 180 - 50 130 1,610 970 - - 30 30 20 -

Compensation and benefits managers

11-3110

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Compensation and benefits managers

11-3111

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Human resources managers

11-3120

670 70 - - 60 600 40 - - 110 420 20 -

Human resources managers

11-3121

670 70 - - 60 600 40 - - 110 420 20 -

Training and development managers

11-3130

220 - - - - 210 - - - - 170 40 -

Training and development managers

11-3131

220 - - - - 210 - - - - 170 40 -

Other management occupations

11-9000

25,550 3,260 260 2,670 330 22,300 630 80 1,330 790 15,760 3,040 660

Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers

11-9010

280 250 250 - - 30 - - - - - - -

Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers

11-9013

280 250 250 - - 30 - - - - - - -

Construction managers

11-9020

2,500 2,450 - 2,440 - 50 - - - 50 - - -

Construction managers

11-9021

2,500 2,450 - 2,440 - 50 - - - 50 - - -

Education and childcare administrators

11-9030

970 - - - - 970 - - - - 940 - -

Education and childcare administrators, preschool and daycare

11-9031

700 - - - - 700 - - - - 690 - -

Education administrators, kindergarten through secondary

11-9032

170 - - - - 170 - - - - 170 - -

Education administrators, postsecondary

11-9033

70 - - - - 70 - - - - 70 - -

Education administrators, all other

11-9039

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

Architectural and engineering managers

11-9040

40 - - - - 30 - - - 30 - - -

Architectural and engineering managers

11-9041

40 - - - - 30 - - - 30 - - -

Food service managers

11-9050

3,740 20 - - 20 3,720 300 - - 60 390 2,750 -

Food service managers

11-9051

3,740 20 - - 20 3,720 300 - - 60 390 2,750 -

Entertainment and recreation managers

11-9070

140 - - - - 140 - - - - 110 30 -

Entertainment and recreation managers, except gambling

11-9072

140 - - - - 140 - - - - 110 30 -

Lodging managers

11-9080

200 - - - - 200 - - - - - 200 -

Lodging managers

11-9081

200 - - - - 200 - - - - - 200 -

Medical and health services managers

11-9110

12,800 - - - - 12,800 - - - 30 12,750 - -

Medical and health services managers

11-9111

12,800 - - - - 12,800 - - - 30 12,750 - -

Property, real estate, and community association managers

11-9140

990 20 - - - 980 - - 940 40 - - -

Property, real estate, and community association managers

11-9141

990 20 - - - 980 - - 940 40 - - -

Social and community service managers

11-9150

990 - - - - 990 - - - - 910 - 60

Social and community service managers

11-9151

990 - - - - 990 - - - - 910 - 60

Emergency management directors

11-9160

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Emergency management directors

11-9161

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Personal service managers

11-9170

300 - - - - 300 - - - 190 30 - 70

Personal service managers, all other

11-9179

290 - - - - 290 - - - 190 30 - 60

Miscellaneous managers

11-9190

2,550 510 - 220 280 2,030 330 80 160 380 580 30 480

Personal service managers, all other; entertainment and recreation managers, except gambling; and managers, all other

11-9198

2,970 510 - 220 280 2,460 330 80 160 560 720 70 540

Managers, all other

11-9199

2,550 510 - 220 280 2,030 330 80 160 380 580 30 480

Business and financial operations occupations

13-0000

8,150 910 30 340 540 7,240 720 40 2,450 1,000 2,660 250 120

Business operations specialists

13-1000

5,290 760 - 340 420 4,530 560 20 320 820 2,480 200 120

Buyers and purchasing agents

13-1020

290 90 - 30 60 190 150 - - - 30 - -

Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products

13-1022

140 - - - - 130 130 - - - - - -

Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products

13-1023

150 90 - 30 60 50 - - - - 30 - -

Claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners, and investigators

13-1030

190 - - - - 190 - - 160 - 30 - -

Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators

13-1031

150 - - - - 150 - - 120 - 30 - -

Insurance appraisers, auto damage

13-1032

40 - - - - 40 - - 40 - - - -

Compliance officers

13-1040

300 - - - - 300 - - 80 160 40 - -

Compliance officers

13-1041

300 - - - - 300 - - 80 160 40 - -

Cost estimators

13-1050

280 190 - 190 - 90 - - - 80 - - -

Cost estimators

13-1051

280 190 - 190 - 90 - - - 80 - - -

Human resources workers

13-1070

1,440 160 - - 160 1,270 120 - - 110 1,000 - -

Human resources specialists

13-1071

1,400 160 - - 160 1,240 120 - - 90 990 - -

Labor relations specialists

13-1075

40 - - - - 30 - - - 20 - - -

Logisticians and project management specialists

13-1080

530 130 - 30 100 390 60 - - 120 180 - -

Logisticians

13-1081

330 90 - - 90 230 60 - - 80 70 - -

Project management specialists

13-1082

200 40 - 30 - 160 - - - 50 100 - -

Management analysts

13-1110

500 80 - - - 420 - - - 70 320 - -

Management analysts

13-1111

500 80 - - - 420 - - - 70 320 - -

Meeting, convention, and event planners

13-1120

180 - - - - 170 40 - - 80 - 30 -

Meeting, convention, and event planners

13-1121

180 - - - - 170 40 - - 80 - 30 -

Fundraisers

13-1130

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

Fundraisers

13-1131

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists

13-1140

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 20 - -

Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists

13-1141

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 20 - -

Training and development specialists

13-1150

710 50 - - 50 670 90 - - 90 380 80 -

Training and development specialists

13-1151

710 50 - - 50 670 90 - - 90 380 80 -

Market research analysts and marketing specialists

13-1160

330 40 - 30 - 290 40 - - 30 150 70 -

Market research analysts and marketing specialists

13-1161

330 40 - 30 - 290 40 - - 30 150 70 -

Miscellaneous business operations specialists

13-1190

500 - - - - 480 40 - - 40 320 - 70

Project management specialists and business operations specialists, all other

13-1198

690 50 - 30 20 640 40 - - 90 420 - 70

Business operations specialists, all other

13-1199

500 - - - - 480 40 - - 40 320 - 70

Financial specialists

13-2000

2,860 140 30 - 120 2,710 160 - 2,130 180 170 50 -

Accountants and auditors

13-2010

710 130 30 - 110 580 130 - 230 90 50 50 -

Accountants and auditors

13-2011

710 130 30 - 110 580 130 - 230 90 50 50 -

Property appraisers and assessors

13-2020

70 - - - - 70 - - 70 - - - -

Appraisers and assessors of real estate

13-2023

70 - - - - 70 - - 70 - - - -

Financial analysts and advisors

13-2050

1,370 - - - - 1,360 - - 1,320 - 30 - -

Financial and investment analysts

13-2051

50 - - - - 50 - - - - 30 - -

Personal financial advisors

13-2052

1,270 - - - - 1,270 - - 1,270 - - - -

Insurance underwriters

13-2053

30 - - - - 30 - - - - - - -

Financial examiners

13-2060

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 30 - -

Financial examiners

13-2061

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 30 - -

Credit counselors and loan officers

13-2070

250 - - - - 250 - - 230 - - - -

Loan officers

13-2072

230 - - - - 230 - - 230 - - - -

Miscellaneous financial specialists

13-2090

390 - - - - 390 - - 280 40 40 - -

Financial and investment analysts, financial risk specialists, and financial specialists, all other

13-2098

450 - - - - 440 - - 290 50 70 - -

Financial specialists, all other

13-2099

390 - - - - 390 - - 280 40 40 - -

Computer, engineering, and science occupations

  6,860 1,950 110 100 1,730 4,910 440 230 70 2,780 1,070 170 170

Computer and mathematical occupations

15-0000

1,470 130 - - 120 1,340 120 180 - 560 420 20 -

Computer occupations

15-1200

1,400 120 - - 110 1,280 110 160 - 550 400 20 -

Computer and information analysts

15-1210

220 - - - - 210 - - - 60 130 - -

Computer systems analysts

15-1211

170 - - - - 160 - - - 50 110 - -

Information security analysts

15-1212

50 - - - - 50 - - - - 30 - -

Computer support specialists

15-1230

740 40 - - 30 710 60 130 - 330 160 - -

Computer network support specialists

15-1231

400 20 - - 20 380 - 130 - 90 130 - -

Computer user support specialists

15-1232

340 20 - - - 330 50 - - 240 40 - -

Database and network administrators and architects

15-1240

190 20 - - 20 170 30 - - 60 70 - -

Computer network architects

15-1241

30 - - - - 30 - - - - - - -

Network and computer systems administrators

15-1244

160 20 - - 20 150 30 - - 40 70 - -

Software and web developers, programmers, and testers

15-1250

160 30 - - 30 130 - - - 60 40 - -

Software developers

15-1252

140 20 - - 20 110 - - - 50 40 - -

Software developers and software quality assurance analysts and testers

15-1256

150 30 - - 30 120 - - - 50 40 - -

Miscellaneous computer occupations

15-1290

80 - - - - 70 - - - 40 - - -

Computer occupations, all other

15-1299

80 - - - - 70 - - - 40 - - -

Mathematical science occupations

15-2000

70 - - - - 60 - 20 - - 20 - -

Data scientists

15-2050

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 20 - -

Data scientists

15-2051

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 20 - -

Miscellaneous mathematical science occupations

15-2090

- - - - - - - - - - - - -

Data scientists and mathematical science occupations, all other

15-2098

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 20 - -

Architecture and engineering occupations

17-0000

3,040 1,310 40 90 1,180 1,730 140 50 - 1,290 90 50 90

Architects, surveyors, and cartographers

17-1000

340 - - - - 340 - - - 340 - - -

Surveyors, cartographers, and photogrammetrists

17-1020

340 - - - - 340 - - - 340 - - -

Surveyors

17-1022

340 - - - - 340 - - - 340 - - -

Engineers

17-2000

1,120 720 30 - 670 400 40 20 - 220 40 30 -

Aerospace engineers

17-2010

40 40 - - 40 - - - - - - - -

Aerospace engineers

17-2011

40 40 - - 40 - - - - - - - -

Bioengineers and biomedical engineers

17-2030

20 - - - - - - - - - - - -

Bioengineers and biomedical engineers

17-2031

20 - - - - - - - - - - - -

Chemical engineers

17-2040

30 - - - - 30 - - - 30 - - -

Chemical engineers

17-2041

30 - - - - 30 - - - 30 - - -

Civil engineers

17-2050

50 20 - - - 20 - - - - - - -

Civil engineers

17-2051

50 20 - - - 20 - - - - - - -

Computer hardware engineers

17-2060

30 - - - - 20 - - - - - - -

Computer hardware engineers

17-2061

30 - - - - 20 - - - - - - -

Electrical and electronics engineers

17-2070

110 50 - - 50 50 - - - 40 - - -

Electrical engineers

17-2071

100 40 - - 40 50 - - - 40 - - -

Industrial engineers, including health and safety

17-2110

290 210 - - 210 80 - - - 30 30 - -

Health and safety engineers, except mining safety engineers and inspectors

17-2111

70 - - - - 60 - - - 20 30 - -

Industrial engineers

17-2112

220 210 - - 210 20 - - - - - - -

Marine engineers and naval architects

17-2120

50 50 - - 50 - - - - - - - -

Marine engineers and naval architects

17-2121

50 50 - - 50 - - - - - - - -

Mechanical engineers

17-2140

230 200 - - 200 30 20 - - - - - -

Mechanical engineers

17-2141

230 200 - - 200 30 20 - - - - - -

Mining and geological engineers, including mining safety engineers

17-2150

50 30 30 - - 20 - - - 20 - - -

Mining and geological engineers, including mining safety engineers

17-2151

50 30 30 - - 20 - - - 20 - - -

Miscellaneous engineers

17-2190

210 90 - - 80 120 - - - 50 - 30 -

Engineers, all other

17-2199

210 90 - - 80 120 - - - 50 - 30 -

Drafters, engineering technicians, and mapping technicians

17-3000

1,580 590 - 70 520 990 100 20 - 730 50 - 50

Drafters

17-3010

150 50 - - 50 100 - - - 100 - - -

Architectural and civil drafters

17-3011

100 - - - - 100 - - - 100 - - -

Drafters, all other

17-3019

50 50 - - 50 - - - - - - - -

Engineering technologists and technicians, except drafters

17-3020

1,160 540 - 70 470 620 90 20 - 380 50 - 50

Electrical and electronic engineering technologists and technicians

17-3023

340 150 - - 140 200 60 20 - 90 - - -

Electro-mechanical and mechatronics technologists and technicians

17-3024

60 - - - - 50 - - - - - - 50

Environmental engineering technologists and technicians

17-3025

200 50 - - - 150 - - - 140 - - -

Industrial engineering technologists and technicians

17-3026

270 220 - - 200 40 20 - - - - - -

Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians

17-3027

20 - - - - - - - - - - - -

Engineering technologists and technicians, except drafters, all other

17-3029

250 100 - - 100 160 - - - 130 20 - -

Surveying and mapping technicians

17-3030

270 - - - - 270 - - - 260 - - -

Surveying and mapping technicians

17-3031

270 - - - - 270 - - - 260 - - -

Calibration technologists and technicians and engineering technologists and technicians, except drafters, all other

17-3098

260 100 - - 100 160 - - - 130 20 - -

Life, physical, and social science occupations

19-0000

2,350 510 60 - 440 1,840 180 - - 930 550 100 70

Life scientists

19-1000

370 40 - - 30 330 - - - 130 150 30 -

Agricultural and food scientists

19-1010

70 - - - - 50 - - - - 20 30 -

Food scientists and technologists

19-1012

20 - - - - - - - - - - - -

Soil and plant scientists

19-1013

40 - - - - 40 - - - - - 30 -

Biological scientists

19-1020

90 - - - - 70 - - - 70 - - -

Microbiologists

19-1022

60 - - - - 50 - - - 50 - - -

Biological scientists, all other

19-1029

20 - - - - - - - - - - - -

Medical scientists

19-1040

200 - - - - 200 - - - 60 120 - -

Medical scientists, except epidemiologists

19-1042

190 - - - - 190 - - - 60 110 - -

Physical scientists

19-2000

230 70 - - 60 170 - - - 150 - - -

Chemists and materials scientists

19-2030

40 40 - - 40 - - - - - - - -

Chemists

19-2031

40 30 - - 30 - - - - - - - -

Environmental scientists and geoscientists

19-2040

40 - - - - 30 - - - - - - -

Environmental scientists and specialists, including health

19-2041

40 - - - - 30 - - - - - - -

Miscellaneous physical scientists

19-2090

150 30 - - 30 130 - - - 130 - - -

Physical scientists, all other

19-2099

150 30 - - 30 130 - - - 130 - - -

Social scientists and related workers

19-3000

630 - - - - 630 - - - 360 210 - -

Psychologists

19-3030

200 - - - - 200 - - - - 200 - -

Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists

19-3031

60 - - - - 60 - - - - 60 - -

Clinical and counseling psychologists

19-3033

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

School psychologists

19-3034

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Psychologists, all other

19-3039

150 - - - - 150 - - - - 150 - -

Miscellaneous social scientists and related workers

19-3090

390 - - - - 390 - - - 330 - - -

Social scientists and related workers, all other

19-3099

330 - - - - 330 - - - 330 - - -

Life, physical, and social science technicians

19-4000

690 350 50 - 290 340 90 - - 130 110 - -

Agricultural and food science technicians

19-4010

210 150 40 - 110 60 50 - - - - - -

Agricultural technicians

19-4012

70 50 40 - - 20 - - - - - - -

Food science technicians

19-4013

150 100 - - 100 40 40 - - - - - -

Biological technicians

19-4020

40 - - - - 30 - - - 20 - - -

Biological technicians

19-4021

40 - - - - 30 - - - 20 - - -

Chemical technicians

19-4030

190 160 - - 150 30 20 - - - - - -

Chemical technicians

19-4031

190 160 - - 150 30 20 - - - - - -

Environmental science and geoscience technicians

19-4040

60 - - - - 60 - - - 30 30 - -

Environmental science and protection technicians, including health

19-4042

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 30 - -

Geological technicians, except hydrologic technicians

19-4043

20 - - - - - - - - - - - -

Geological and hydrologic technicians

19-4045

20 - - - - - - - - - - - -

Nuclear technicians

19-4050

50 - - - - 50 - - - 30 20 - -

Nuclear technicians

19-4051

50 - - - - 50 - - - 30 20 - -

Social science research assistants

19-4060

40 - - - - 40 - - - - - - -

Social science research assistants

19-4061

40 - - - - 40 - - - - - - -

Miscellaneous life, physical, and social science technicians

19-4090

90 20 - - 20 70 20 - - - 30 - -

Life, physical, and social science technicians, all other

19-4099

90 20 - - 20 70 20 - - - 30 - -

Occupational health and safety specialists and technicians

19-5000

440 60 - - 60 380 70 - - 160 80 - -

Occupational health and safety specialists and technicians

19-5010

440 60 - - 60 380 70 - - 160 80 - -

Occupational health and safety specialists

19-5011

420 50 - - 50 370 70 - - 150 70 - -

Occupational health and safety technicians

19-5012

20 - - - - - - - - - - - -

Education, legal, community service, arts, and media occupations

  21,610 200 - - 180 21,410 470 580 300 850 16,770 2,050 380

Community and social service occupations

21-0000

10,780 - - - - 10,770 - - 250 140 10,210 40 130

Counselors, social workers, and other community and social service specialists

21-1000

10,440 - - - - 10,440 - - 250 140 9,880 40 120

Counselors

21-1010

3,610 - - - - 3,610 - - - 40 3,540 - -

Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors

21-1011

720 - - - - 720 - - - 30 690 - -

Educational, guidance, and career counselors and advisors

21-1012

250 - - - - 250 - - - - 230 - -

Marriage and family therapists

21-1013

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

Mental health counselors

21-1014

990 - - - - 990 - - - - 990 - -

Rehabilitation counselors

21-1015

810 - - - - 810 - - - - 810 - -

Substance abuse, behavioral disorder, and mental health counselors

21-1018

1,720 - - - - 1,720 - - - 30 1,680 - -

Counselors, all other

21-1019

810 - - - - 810 - - - - 800 - -

Social workers

21-1020

4,360 - - - - 4,360 - - 50 50 4,170 - 90

Child, family, and school social workers

21-1021

320 - - - - 320 - - - - 310 - -

Healthcare social workers

21-1022

1,650 - - - - 1,650 - - - - 1,630 - -

Mental health and substance abuse social workers

21-1023

540 - - - - 540 - - - - 540 - -

Social workers, all other

21-1029

1,840 - - - - 1,840 - - - 30 1,690 - 80

Miscellaneous community and social service specialists

21-1090

2,480 - - - - 2,480 - - 210 50 2,170 40 -

Health education specialists

21-1091

470 - - - - 470 - - - - 460 - -

Social and human service assistants

21-1093

830 - - - - 830 - - - - 770 - -

Community health workers

21-1094

520 - - - - 520 - - - - 340 - -

Community and social service specialists, all other

21-1099

660 - - - - 660 - - - 30 590 - -

Religious workers

21-2000

340 - - - - 330 - - - - 320 - -

Clergy

21-2010

270 - - - - 260 - - - - 260 - -

Clergy

21-2011

270 - - - - 260 - - - - 260 - -

Directors, religious activities and education

21-2020

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Directors, religious activities and education

21-2021

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Miscellaneous religious workers

21-2090

30 - - - - 30 - - - - 30 - -

Religious workers, all other

21-2099

30 - - - - 30 - - - - 30 - -

Legal occupations

23-0000

230 - - - - 230 - - - 200 20 - -

Lawyers, judges, and related workers

23-1000

60 - - - - 60 - - - 50 - - -

Lawyers and judicial law clerks

23-1010

60 - - - - 60 - - - 50 - - -

Lawyers

23-1011

60 - - - - 60 - - - 50 - - -

Legal support workers

23-2000

170 - - - - 170 - - - 150 20 - -

Paralegals and legal assistants

23-2010

120 - - - - 120 - - - 120 - - -

Paralegals and legal assistants

23-2011

120 - - - - 120 - - - 120 - - -

Miscellaneous legal support workers

23-2090

50 - - - - 50 - - - 30 20 - -

Legal support workers, all other

23-2099

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 20 - -

Educational instruction and library occupations

25-0000

6,580 - - - - 6,580 - - - 40 6,110 210 200

Postsecondary teachers

25-1000

270 - - - - 270 - - - - 270 - -

Health teachers, postsecondary

25-1070

90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - -

Health specialties teachers, postsecondary

25-1071

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

Nursing instructors and teachers, postsecondary

25-1072

70 - - - - 70 - - - - 70 - -

Arts, communications, history, and humanities teachers, postsecondary

25-1120

30 - - - - 30 - - - - 30 - -

Art, drama, and music teachers, postsecondary

25-1121

30 - - - - 30 - - - - 30 - -

Miscellaneous postsecondary teachers

25-1190

140 - - - - 140 - - - - 140 - -

Career/technical education teachers, postsecondary

25-1194

50 - - - - 50 - - - - 50 - -

Postsecondary teachers, all other

25-1199

90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - -

Preschool, elementary, middle, secondary, and special education teachers

25-2000

2,940 - - - - 2,940 - - - - 2,930 - -

Preschool and kindergarten teachers

25-2010

1,720 - - - - 1,720 - - - - 1,710 - -

Preschool teachers, except special education

25-2011

1,710 - - - - 1,710 - - - - 1,700 - -

Elementary and middle school teachers

25-2020

1,040 - - - - 1,040 - - - - 1,040 - -

Elementary school teachers, except special education

25-2021

990 - - - - 990 - - - - 990 - -

Middle school teachers, except special and career/technical education

25-2022

50 - - - - 50 - - - - 50 - -

Secondary school teachers

25-2030

80 - - - - 80 - - - - 80 - -

Secondary school teachers, except special and career/technical education

25-2031

60 - - - - 60 - - - - 60 - -

Career/technical education teachers, secondary school

25-2032

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

Special education teachers

25-2050

110 - - - - 110 - - - - 110 - -

Special education teachers, elementary school

25-2056

30 - - - - 30 - - - - 30 - -

Special education teachers, all other

25-2059

70 - - - - 70 - - - - 70 - -

Other teachers and instructors

25-3000

710 - - - - 710 - - - - 440 140 120

Self-enrichment teachers

25-3020

370 - - - - 370 - - - - 230 130 -

Self-enrichment teachers

25-3021

370 - - - - 370 - - - - 230 130 -

Substitute teachers, short-term

25-3030

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Substitute teachers, short-term

25-3031

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Miscellaneous teachers and instructors

25-3090

300 - - - - 300 - - - - 170 - 110

Tutors and teachers and instructors, all other

25-3097

300 - - - - 300 - - - - 170 - 110

Teachers and instructors, all other

25-3099

300 - - - - 300 - - - - 170 - 110

Librarians, curators, and archivists

25-4000

90 - - - - 90 - - - - 20 70 -

Archivists, curators, and museum technicians

25-4010

80 - - - - 80 - - - - - 70 -

Curators

25-4012

20 - - - - 20 - - - - - - -

Museum technicians and conservators

25-4013

60 - - - - 60 - - - - - 60 -

Other educational instruction and library occupations

25-9000

2,570 - - - - 2,570 - - - 30 2,450 - 80

Instructional coordinators

25-9030

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

Instructional coordinators

25-9031

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

Teaching assistants

25-9040

2,470 - - - - 2,470 - - - 20 2,360 - 70

Teaching assistants, preschool, elementary, middle, and secondary school, except special education

25-9042

820 - - - - 820 - - - - 810 - -

Teaching assistants, special education

25-9043

260 - - - - 260 - - - - 250 - -

Teaching assistants, postsecondary

25-9044

30 - - - - 30 - - - - 30 - -

Teaching assistants, except postsecondary

25-9045

2,430 - - - - 2,430 - - - 20 2,330 - 70

Teaching assistants, all other

25-9049

1,360 - - - - 1,360 - - - 20 1,270 - 60

Miscellaneous educational instruction and library workers

25-9090

70 - - - - 70 - - - - 70 - -

Educational instruction and library workers, all other

25-9099

70 - - - - 70 - - - - 70 - -

Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations

27-0000

4,020 190 - - 170 3,830 460 570 40 460 440 1,800 50

Art and design workers

27-1000

1,000 90 - - 70 910 450 - 30 420 - - -

Designers

27-1020

990 80 - - 60 900 450 - 30 410 - - -

Commercial and industrial designers

27-1021

80 30 - - 30 50 50 - - - - - -

Floral designers

27-1023

80 - - - - 70 70 - - - - - -

Interior designers

27-1025

230 - - - - 210 - - - 160 - - -

Merchandise displayers and window trimmers

27-1026

380 20 - - 20 360 130 - - 230 - - -

Designers, all other

27-1029

220 - - - - 200 170 - - 30 - - -

Entertainers and performers, sports and related workers

27-2000

2,160 - - - - 2,150 - 70 - - 330 1,740 -

Actors, producers, and directors

27-2010

130 - - - - 130 - 40 - - - 90 -

Actors

27-2011

90 - - - - 90 - - - - - 70 -

Producers and directors

27-2012

40 - - - - 40 - 30 - - - - -

Athletes, coaches, umpires, and related workers

27-2020

1,620 - - - - 1,610 - - - - 320 1,280 -

Athletes and sports competitors

27-2021

920 - - - - 910 - - - - - 910 -

Coaches and scouts

27-2022

640 - - - - 640 - - - - 320 310 -

Umpires, referees, and other sports officials

27-2023

50 - - - - 50 - - - - - 50 -

Dancers and choreographers

27-2030

140 - - - - 140 - - - - - 140 -

Dancers

27-2031

140 - - - - 140 - - - - - 140 -

Musicians, singers, and related workers

27-2040

100 - - - - 100 - - - - - 100 -

Musicians and singers

27-2042

100 - - - - 100 - - - - - 100 -

Miscellaneous entertainers and performers, sports and related workers

27-2090

170 - - - - 170 - 30 - - - 130 -

Entertainers and performers, sports and related workers, all other

27-2099

170 - - - - 170 - 30 - - - 130 -

Media and communication workers

27-3000

320 90 - - 90 230 - 60 - - 100 - -

News analysts, reporters and journalists

27-3020

60 - - - - 60 - 60 - - - - -

News analysts, reporters, and journalists

27-3023

60 - - - - 60 - 60 - - - - -

Public relations specialists

27-3030

80 - - - - 80 - - - - 50 - -

Public relations specialists

27-3031

80 - - - - 80 - - - - 50 - -

Writers and editors

27-3040

70 60 - - 60 - - - - - - - -

Technical writers

27-3042

70 60 - - 60 - - - - - - - -

Miscellaneous media and communication workers

27-3090

110 - - - - 80 - - - - 50 - -

Interpreters and translators

27-3091

90 - - - - 60 - - - - 50 - -

Media and communication workers, all other

27-3099

20 - - - - 20 - - - - - - -

Media and communication equipment workers

27-4000

540 - - - - 540 - 430 - 40 20 30 -

Broadcast, sound, and lighting technicians

27-4010

260 - - - - 260 - 210 - - - 30 -

Audio and video technicians

27-4011

240 - - - - 240 - - - - - 30 -

Broadcast technicians

27-4012

20 - - - - 20 - 20 - - - - -

Photographers

27-4020

200 - - - - 200 - 150 - - - - -

Photographers

27-4021

200 - - - - 200 - 150 - - - - -

Television, video, and film camera operators and editors

27-4030

30 - - - - 30 - 30 - - - - -

Camera operators, television, video, and film

27-4031

30 - - - - 30 - 30 - - - - -

Miscellaneous media and communication equipment workers

27-4090

60 - - - - 60 - 50 - - - - -

Lighting technicians and media and communication equipment workers, all other

27-4098

60 - - - - 60 - 50 - - - - -

Media and communication equipment workers, all other

27-4099

60 - - - - 60 - 50 - - - - -

Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations

  177,650 120 - - 120 177,520 1,770 - 480 3,780 171,260 80 140

Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations

29-0000

177,650 120 - - 120 177,520 1,770 - 480 3,780 171,260 80 140

Healthcare diagnosing or treating practitioners

29-1000

104,050 70 - - 70 103,980 690 - 80 910 102,290 - -

Chiropractors

29-1010

250 - - - - 250 - - - - 250 - -

Chiropractors

29-1011

250 - - - - 250 - - - - 250 - -

Dentists

29-1020

160 - - - - 160 - - - - 160 - -

Dentists, general

29-1021

90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - -

Orthodontists

29-1023

30 - - - - 30 - - - - 30 - -

Dentists, all other specialists

29-1029

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Dietitians and nutritionists

29-1030

860 - - - - 860 - - - - 850 - -

Dietitians and nutritionists

29-1031

860 - - - - 860 - - - - 850 - -

Optometrists

29-1040

300 - - - - 300 - - - - 300 - -

Optometrists

29-1041

300 - - - - 300 - - - - 300 - -

Pharmacists

29-1050

1,120 - - - - 1,120 670 - - - 440 - -

Pharmacists

29-1051

1,120 - - - - 1,120 670 - - - 440 - -

Physician assistants

29-1070

1,160 - - - - 1,160 - - - - 1,150 - -

Physician assistants

29-1071

1,160 - - - - 1,160 - - - - 1,150 - -

Podiatrists

29-1080

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

Podiatrists

29-1081

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

Therapists

29-1120

14,670 - - - - 14,670 - - 40 280 14,350 - -

Occupational therapists

29-1122

2,650 - - - - 2,650 - - - 30 2,630 - -

Physical therapists

29-1123

4,430 - - - - 4,430 - - - - 4,420 - -

Radiation therapists

29-1124

110 - - - - 110 - - - - 110 - -

Recreational therapists

29-1125

390 - - - - 390 - - - - 390 - -

Respiratory therapists

29-1126

3,690 - - - - 3,690 - - 40 - 3,640 - -

Speech-language pathologists

29-1127

2,060 - - - - 2,060 - - - - 2,060 - -

Exercise physiologists

29-1128

70 - - - - 70 - - - - 70 - -

Therapists, all other

29-1129

1,270 - - - - 1,270 - - - 240 1,030 - -

Veterinarians

29-1130

100 - - - - 100 - - - 100 - - -

Veterinarians

29-1131

100 - - - - 100 - - - 100 - - -

Registered nurses

29-1140

78,740 70 - - 70 78,670 - - - 500 78,110 - -

Registered nurses

29-1141

78,740 70 - - 70 78,670 - - - 500 78,110 - -

Nurse anesthetists

29-1150

310 - - - - 310 - - - - 310 - -

Nurse anesthetists

29-1151

310 - - - - 310 - - - - 310 - -

Nurse midwives

29-1160

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Nurse midwives

29-1161

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Nurse practitioners

29-1170

1,880 - - - - 1,880 - - - - 1,860 - -

Nurse practitioners

29-1171

1,880 - - - - 1,880 - - - - 1,860 - -

Physicians

29-1210

3,580 - - - - 3,580 - - - - 3,580 - -

Anesthesiologists

29-1211

60 - - - - 60 - - - - 60 - -

Cardiologists

29-1212

110 - - - - 110 - - - - 110 - -

Emergency medicine physicians

29-1214

310 - - - - 310 - - - - 310 - -

Family medicine physicians

29-1215

180 - - - - 180 - - - - 180 - -

General internal medicine physicians

29-1216

600 - - - - 600 - - - - 600 - -

Pediatricians, general

29-1221

30 - - - - 30 - - - - 30 - -

Physicians, pathologists

29-1222

260 - - - - 260 - - - - 260 - -

Psychiatrists

29-1223

50 - - - - 50 - - - - 50 - -

Radiologists

29-1224

160 - - - - 160 - - - - 160 - -

Physicians, all other; and ophthalmologists, except pediatric

29-1228

2,690 - - - - 2,690 - - - - 2,690 - -

Physicians, all other

29-1229

1,790 - - - - 1,790 - - - - 1,790 - -

Surgeons

29-1240

80 - - - - 80 - - - - 80 - -

Ophthalmologists, except pediatric

29-1241

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Orthopedic surgeons, except pediatric

29-1242

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

Surgeons, except ophthalmologists

29-1248

40 - - - - 40 - - - - 40 - -

Surgeons, all other

29-1249

20 - - - - 20 - - - - 20 - -

Miscellaneous healthcare diagnosing or treating practitioners

29-1290

770 - - - - 770 - - - - 770 - -

Dental hygienists

29-1292

580 - - - - 580 - - - - 580 - -

Acupuncturists and healthcare diagnosing or treating practitioners, all other

29-1298

190 - - - - 190 - - - - 190 - -

Healthcare diagnosing or treating practitioners, all other

29-1299

190 - - - - 190 - - - - 190 - -

Health technologists and technicians

29-2000

70,770 50 - - 50 70,720 1,080 - 400 2,840 66,190 80 130

Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians

29-2010

6,500 - - - - 6,490 - - 370 50 6,070 - -

Medical and clinical laboratory technologists

29-2011

1,080 - - - - 1,080 - - - - 1,060 - -

Medical and clinical laboratory technicians

29-2012

5,420 - - - - 5,410 - - 370 30 5,000 - -

Diagnostic related technologists and technicians

29-2030

6,900 - - - - 6,900 - - - - 6,890 - -

Cardiovascular technologists and technicians

29-2031

1,200 - - - - 1,200 - - - - 1,200 - -

Diagnostic medical sonographers

29-2032

1,480 - - - - 1,480 - - - - 1,480 - -

Nuclear medicine technologists

29-2033

200 - - - - 200 - - - - 200 - -

Radiologic technologists and technicians

29-2034

3,270 - - - - 3,270 - - - - 3,260 - -

Magnetic resonance imaging technologists

29-2035

680 - - - - 680 - - - - 680 - -

Medical dosimetrists

29-2036

70 - - - - 70 - - - - 70 - -

Emergency medical technicians and paramedics

29-2040

7,740 - - - - 7,740 - - - - 7,710 - -

Emergency medical technicians

29-2042

5,050 - - - - 5,040 - - - - 5,040 - -

Paramedics

29-2043

2,690 - - - - 2,690 - - - - 2,680 - -

Health practitioner support technologists and technicians

29-2050

16,170 - - - - 16,160 1,030 - - 2,480 12,540 - 90

Dietetic technicians

29-2051

5,850 - - - - 5,850 - - - 110 5,700 - -

Pharmacy technicians

29-2052

2,310 - - - - 2,310 1,030 - - - 1,270 - -

Psychiatric technicians

29-2053

4,460 - - - - 4,460 - - - 1,180 3,280 - -

Surgical technologists

29-2055

2,090 - - - - 2,090 - - - - 2,090 - -

Veterinary technologists and technicians

29-2056

1,250 - - - - 1,250 - - - 1,180 - - 50

Ophthalmic medical technicians

29-2057

210 - - - - 200 - - - - 200 - -

Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses

29-2060

29,230 30 - - 30 29,200 - - - 300 28,870 - -

Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses

29-2061

29,230 30 - - 30 29,200 - - - 300 28,870 - -

Medical records specialists

29-2070

1,150 - - - - 1,150 - - - - 1,140 - -

Medical records specialists

29-2072

1,150 - - - - 1,150 - - - - 1,140 - -

Opticians, dispensing

29-2080

80 - - - - 80 30 - - - 50 - -

Opticians, dispensing

29-2081

80 - - - - 80 30 - - - 50 - -

Miscellaneous health technologists and technicians

29-2090

3,010 - - - - 3,010 - - - - 2,900 50 -

Medical dosimetrists, medical records specialists, and health technologists and technicians, all other

29-2098

4,220 - - - - 4,220 - - - - 4,110 50 -

Health technologists and technicians, all other

29-2099

3,000 - - - - 3,000 - - - - 2,900 50 -

Other healthcare practitioners and technical occupations

29-9000

2,820 - - - - 2,820 - - - 30 2,780 - -

Health information technologists and medical registrars

29-9020

360 - - - - 360 - - - 30 330 - -

Health information technologists and medical registrars

29-9021

360 - - - - 360 - - - 30 330 - -

Miscellaneous health practitioners and technical workers

29-9090

2,460 - - - - 2,460 - - - - 2,450 - -

Athletic trainers

29-9091

80 - - - - 80 - - - - 80 - -

Surgical assistants

29-9093

240 - - - - 240 - - - - 240 - -

Health information technologists, medical registrars, surgical assistants, and healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other

29-9098

2,740 - - - - 2,740 - - - 30 2,700 - -

Healthcare practitioners and technical workers, all other

29-9099

2,140 - - - - 2,130 - - - - 2,130 - -

Service occupations

  328,020 4,880 530 550 3,800 323,150 12,410 340 4,180 30,810 210,430 56,690 8,290

Healthcare support occupations

31-0000

167,730 - - - - 167,720 360 - 370 1,650 164,720 90 480

Nursing, psychiatric, and home health aides

31-1000

- - - - - - - - - - - - -

Home health and personal care aides; and nursing assistants, orderlies, and psychiatric aides

31-1100

140,400 - - - - 140,400 - - 260 550 139,300 - 290

Home health and personal care aides

31-1120

40,080 - - - - 40,080 - - 200 190 39,570 - 120

Home health aides

31-1121

12,330 - - - - 12,330 - - - 110 12,180 - -

Personal care aides

31-1122

27,750 - - - - 27,750 - - - 80 27,390 - 100

Nursing assistants, orderlies, and psychiatric aides

31-1130

100,310 - - - - 100,310 - - 50 360 99,730 - -

Nursing assistants

31-1131

96,480 - - - - 96,480 - - 50 360 95,900 - -

Orderlies

31-1132

2,590 - - - - 2,590 - - - - 2,580 - -

Psychiatric aides

31-1133

1,250 - - - - 1,250 - - - - 1,250 - -

Occupational therapy and physical therapist assistants and aides

31-2000

3,960 - - - - 3,960 - - - - 3,960 - -

Occupational therapy assistants and aides

31-2010

1,550 - - - - 1,550 - - - - 1,550 - -

Occupational therapy assistants

31-2011

1,200 - - - - 1,200 - - - - 1,200 - -

Occupational therapy aides

31-2012

350 - - - - 350 - - - - 350 - -

Physical therapist assistants and aides

31-2020

2,420 - - - - 2,420 - - - - 2,420 - -

Physical therapist assistants

31-2021

2,150 - - - - 2,150 - - - - 2,150 - -

Physical therapist aides

31-2022

260 - - - - 260 - - - - 260 - -

Other healthcare support occupations

31-9000

23,370 - - - - 23,360 360 - 110 1,110 21,460 90 190

Massage therapists

31-9010

360 - - - - 360 - - - - 110 80 150

Massage therapists

31-9011

360 - - - - 360 - - - - 110 80 150

Miscellaneous healthcare support occupations

31-9090

23,020 - - - - 23,000 330 - 110 1,110 21,350 - -

Dental assistants

31-9091

1,360 - - - - 1,360 - - - - 1,360 - -

Medical assistants

31-9092

7,300 - - - - 7,290 - - - 60 7,210 - -

Medical equipment preparers

31-9093

1,380 - - - - 1,380 - - - - 1,380 - -

Medical transcriptionists

31-9094

90 - - - - 90 - - - - 90 - -

Pharmacy aides

31-9095

510 - - - - 510 300 - - - 200 - -

Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers

31-9096

1,070 - - - - 1,070 - - - 980 50 - -

Phlebotomists

31-9097

2,520 - - - - 2,520 - - - - 2,520 - -

Healthcare support workers, all other

31-9099

8,790 - - - - 8,790 40 - 100 60 8,530 - -

Protective service occupations

33-0000

10,730 300 50 140 110 10,430 880 80 60 4,770 3,210 1,170 260

Supervisors of protective service workers

33-1000

620 - - - - 620 20 - - 300 180 110 -

First-line supervisors of law enforcement workers

33-1010

170 - - - - 170 - - - 150 20 - -

First-line supervisors of correctional officers

33-1011

150 - - - - 150 - - - 150 - - -

First-line supervisors of police and detectives

33-1012

30 - - - - 30 - - - - 20 - -

First-line supervisors of firefighting and prevention workers

33-1020

30 - - - - 30 - - - - 30 - -

First-line supervisors of firefighting and prevention workers

33-1021

30 - - - - 30 - - - - 30 - -

Miscellaneous first-line supervisors, protective service workers

33-1090

420 - - - - 420 - - - 150 140 110 -

First-line supervisors of security workers

33-1091

400 - - - - 400 - - - 150 130 110 -

First-line supervisors of protective service workers, all other

33-1099

20 - - - - 20 - - - - - - -

Firefighting and prevention workers

33-2000

300 50 30 - 30 250 - - - 170 70 - -

Firefighters

33-2010

220 50 30 - 30 170 - - - 100 70 - -

Firefighters

33-2011

220 50 30 - 30 170 - - - 100 70 - -

Fire inspectors

33-2020

70 - - - - 70 - - - 70 - - -

Fire inspectors and investigators

33-2021

70 - - - - 70 - - - 70 - - -

Law enforcement workers

33-3000

1,460 - - - - 1,460 30 - - 1,240 190 - -

Bailiffs, correctional officers, and jailers

33-3010

1,260 - - - - 1,260 - - - 1,230 30 - -

Correctional officers and jailers

33-3012

1,260 - - - - 1,260 - - - 1,230 30 - -

Police officers

33-3050

200 - - - - 200 30 - - - 160 - -

Police and sheriff's patrol officers

33-3051

170 - - - - 170 - - - - 160 - -

Transit and railroad police

33-3052

30 - - - - 30 30 - - - - - -

Other protective service workers

33-9000

8,340 240 20 140 80 8,100 820 80 50 3,070 2,770 1,060 260

Animal control workers

33-9010

40 - - - - 40 - - - - - - -

Animal control workers

33-9011

40 - - - - 40 - - - - - - -

Private detectives and investigators

33-9020

150 - - - - 150 80 - - 30 - 30 -

Private detectives and investigators

33-9021

150 - - - - 150 80 - - 30 - 30 -

Security guards and gambling surveillance officers

33-9030

6,700 90 20 - 70 6,600 180 80 40 2,900 2,590 650 -

Gambling surveillance officers and gambling investigators

33-9031

20 - - - - 20 - - - - - - -

Security guards

33-9032

6,680 90 20 - 70 6,590 180 80 40 2,900 2,590 630 -

Miscellaneous protective service workers

33-9090

1,450 140 - 140 - 1,310 560 - - 130 180 380 50

Crossing guards and flaggers

33-9091

270 140 - 140 - 130 - - - 120 - - -

Lifeguards, ski patrol, and other recreational protective service workers

33-9092

430 - - - - 430 - - - - - 370 -

School bus monitors

33-9094

360 - - - - 360 210 - - - 130 - -

School bus monitors and protective service workers, all other

33-9098

750 - - - - 750 550 - - - 160 - -

Protective service workers, all other

33-9099

390 - - - - 390 340 - - - 30 - -

Food preparation and serving related occupations

35-0000

66,760 1,170 30 - 1,140 65,590 7,870 70 310 340 13,560 43,150 290

Supervisors of food preparation and serving workers

35-1000

9,250 80 - - 80 9,170 340 - - 110 2,140 6,510 60

Supervisors of food preparation and serving workers

35-1010

9,250 80 - - 80 9,170 340 - - 110 2,140 6,510 60

Chefs and head cooks

35-1011

1,530 30 - - 30 1,500 50 - - 70 370 1,010 -

First-line supervisors of food preparation and serving workers

35-1012

7,710 50 - - 50 7,670 300 - - 40 1,770 5,500 50

Cooks and food preparation workers

35-2000

26,240 480 - - 460 25,760 6,660 60 60 150 6,180 12,590 70

Cooks

35-2010

14,220 260 - - 260 13,970 330 50 60 80 4,800 8,610 -

Cooks, fast food

35-2011

1,480 - - - - 1,480 - - - - - 1,480 -

Cooks, institution and cafeteria

35-2012

5,240 230 - - 230 5,010 20 - 60 80 4,620 210 -

Cooks, restaurant

35-2014

6,850 - - - - 6,850 20 - - - - 6,790 -

Cooks, short order

35-2015

120 - - - - 120 40 - - - 20 60 -

Cooks, all other

35-2019

540 30 - - 30 510 240 40 - - 160 70 -

Food preparation workers

35-2020

12,020 230 - - 200 11,790 6,340 - - 60 1,390 3,980 -

Food preparation workers

35-2021

12,020 230 - - 200 11,790 6,340 - - 60 1,390 3,980 -

Food and beverage serving workers

35-3000

23,470 70 - - 70 23,400 580 - 220 20 3,070 19,350 150

Bartenders

35-3010

1,340 - - - - 1,340 - - - - - 1,260 -

Bartenders

35-3011

1,340 - - - - 1,340 - - - - - 1,260 -

Fast food and counter workers

35-3020

12,570 - - - - 12,560 460 - - - 50 12,040 -

Fast food and counter workers

35-3023

12,570 - - - - 12,560 460 - - - 50 12,040 -

Waiters and waitresses

35-3030

5,850 40 - - 40 5,810 50 - 40 - 310 5,310 100

Waiters and waitresses

35-3031

5,850 40 - - 40 5,810 50 - 40 - 310 5,310 100

Food servers, nonrestaurant

35-3040

3,710 20 - - 20 3,690 50 - - - 2,690 740 -

Food servers, nonrestaurant

35-3041

3,710 20 - - 20 3,690 50 - - - 2,690 740 -

Other food preparation and serving related workers

35-9000

7,800 540 - - 530 7,270 290 - - 70 2,170 4,700 -

Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers

35-9010

2,380 - - - - 2,370 - - - - 750 1,590 -

Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers

35-9011

2,380 - - - - 2,370 - - - - 750 1,590 -

Dishwashers

35-9020

2,510 180 - - 180 2,320 60 - - - 410 1,840 -

Dishwashers

35-9021

2,510 180 - - 180 2,320 60 - - - 410 1,840 -

Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop

35-9030

620 - - - - 620 - - - - - 590 -

Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop

35-9031

620 - - - - 620 - - - - - 590 -

Miscellaneous food preparation and serving related workers

35-9090

2,290 340 - - 330 1,950 210 - - 60 1,000 680 -

Food preparation and serving related workers, all other

35-9099

2,290 340 - - 330 1,950 210 - - 60 1,000 680 -

Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations

37-0000

64,790 3,390 440 410 2,540 61,410 2,770 120 2,920 23,220 22,140 9,260 980

Supervisors of building and grounds cleaning and maintenance workers

37-1000

5,080 80 - - 80 4,990 50 - 240 2,000 2,020 620 50

First-line supervisors of building and grounds cleaning and maintenance workers

37-1010

5,080 80 - - 80 4,990 50 - 240 2,000 2,020 620 50

First-line supervisors of housekeeping and janitorial workers

37-1011

3,370 80 - - 80 3,290 - - 240 580 1,940 490 -

First-line supervisors of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers

37-1012

1,700 - - - - 1,700 50 - - 1,420 80 130 -

Building cleaning and pest control workers

37-2000

47,680 2,580 160 110 2,320 45,090 2,240 100 2,090 13,770 19,330 7,060 500

Building cleaning workers

37-2010

44,860 2,580 150 110 2,320 42,280 2,240 100 2,090 10,970 19,330 7,060 500

Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners

37-2011

21,100 2,440 150 90 2,210 18,650 2,160 20 1,570 8,490 4,430 1,830 160

Maids and housekeeping cleaners

37-2012

22,840 110 - - 100 22,730 30 - 420 2,080 14,780 5,220 120

Building cleaning workers, all other

37-2019

920 20 - - 20 900 40 - 100 410 120 - -

Pest control workers

37-2020

2,820 - - - - 2,810 - - - 2,800 - - -

Pest control workers

37-2021

2,820 - - - - 2,810 - - - 2,800 - - -

Grounds maintenance workers

37-3000

12,040 720 280 300 140 11,320 470 - 590 7,460 790 1,580 430

Grounds maintenance workers

37-3010

12,040 720 280 300 140 11,320 470 - 590 7,460 790 1,580 430

Landscaping and groundskeeping workers

37-3011

10,170 360 50 240 60 9,820 230 - 560 6,640 560 1,390 430

Pesticide handlers, sprayers, and applicators, vegetation

37-3012

280 40 40 - - 240 130 - - 60 - 20 -

Tree trimmers and pruners

37-3013

840 220 180 - - 620 20 - - 600 - - -

Grounds maintenance workers, all other

37-3019

740 100 - - 70 640 90 - - 160 220 170 -

Personal care and service occupations

39-0000

18,010 - - - - 18,000 540 30 520 810 6,790 3,030 6,280

Supervisors of personal care and service workers

39-1000

710 - - - - 710 - - - - 420 150 130

First-line supervisors of entertainment and recreation workers

39-1010

260 - - - - 260 - - - - 80 150 -

First-line supervisors of gambling services workers

39-1013

90 - - - - 90 - - - - - 90 -

First-line supervisors of entertainment and recreation workers, except gambling services

39-1014

180 - - - - 180 - - - - 80 60 -

First-line supervisors of personal service workers

39-1020

450 - - - - 450 - - - - 330 - 110

First-line supervisors of personal service workers

39-1022

450 - - - - 450 - - - - 330 - 110

First-line supervisors of personal service and entertainment and recreation workers, except gambling services

39-1098

620 - - - - 620 - - - - 420 60 130

Animal care and service workers

39-2000

5,660 - - - - 5,650 440 - - 730 20 580 3,880

Animal trainers

39-2010

370 - - - - 360 - - - 220