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Choosing the right career path in college can be tough. So we though we should share some statistics that can help you narrow down your choices. This file provides job projection figures for several ...

Choosing the right career path in college can be tough. So we though we should share some statistics that can help you narrow down your choices. This file provides job projection figures for several job titles in Jacksonville. Take a look and you might find a new job interest :)

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    • FLORIDA JOBS by Industry* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Duval County Industry Employment Annual Change Code Title 2010 2018 Total Percent Total, All Industries 482,400 544,226 7,728 1.60 11 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting 234 218 -2 -0.85 111 Crop Production 151 148 0 -0.25 112 Animal Production 14 8 -1 -5.36 113 Forestry and Logging 23 23 0 0.00 114 Fishing, Hunting and Trapping 11 10 0 -1.14 21 Mining 69 81 2 2.17 212 Mining (except Oil and Gas) 62 69 1 1.41 23 Construction 22,627 29,157 816 3.61 236 Construction of Buildings 4,429 5,728 162 3.67 237 Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction 3,571 4,292 90 2.52 238 Specialty Trade Contractors 14,627 19,137 564 3.85Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 1
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Industry* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Duval County Industry Employment Annual Change Code Title 2010 2018 Total Percent Manufacturing 22,501 24,632 266 1.18 Durable Goods Manufacturing 13,367 15,930 320 2.40 321 Wood Product Manufacturing 508 591 10 2.04 327 Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing 1,293 1,422 16 1.25 331 Primary Metal Manufacturing 545 575 4 0.69 332 Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing 2,194 2,814 78 3.53 333 Machinery Manufacturing 912 1,017 13 1.44 334 Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing 445 332 -14 -3.17 335 Electrical Equipment and Appliance Manufacturing 370 435 8 2.20 336 Transportation Equipment Manufacturing 2,873 3,806 117 4.06 337 Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing 503 409 -12 -2.34 339 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 3,724 4,529 101 2.70 Non-Durable Goods Manufacturing 9,134 8,702 -54 -0.59 311 Food Manufacturing 1,617 1,465 -19 -1.18 312 Beverage and Tobacco Product Manufacturing 2,722 2,600 -15 -0.56 314 Textile Product Mills 88 114 3 3.69 315 Apparel Manufacturing 100 120 2 2.50 322 Paper Manufacturing 1,614 1,626 2 0.09 323 Printing and Related Support Activities 941 751 -24 -2.52 324 Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing 216 208 -1 -0.46 325 Chemical Manufacturing 1,158 1,047 -14 -1.20 326 Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing 625 714 11 1.78Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 2
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Industry* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Duval County Industry Employment Annual Change Code Title 2010 2018 Total Percent Trade, Transportation, and Utilities 96,711 109,018 1,538 1.59 22 Utilities 236 228 -1 -0.42 42 Wholesale Trade 22,200 26,179 497 2.24 423 Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods 12,046 14,803 345 2.86 424 Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods 7,232 8,072 105 1.45 425 Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers 2,922 3,304 48 1.63 44 Retail Trade 49,269 54,653 673 1.37 441 Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers 7,246 8,044 100 1.38 442 Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores 1,519 1,853 42 2.75 443 Electronics and Appliance Stores 1,826 2,313 61 3.33 444 Building Material and Garden Supply Stores 3,652 4,029 47 1.29 445 Food and Beverage Stores 8,699 9,064 46 0.52 446 Health and Personal Care Stores 2,760 3,097 42 1.53 447 Gasoline Stations 2,343 2,153 -24 -1.01 448 Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores 6,029 7,104 134 2.23 451 Sporting Goods, Hobby, Book, and Music Stores 2,175 2,452 35 1.59 452 General Merchandise Stores 9,463 10,745 160 1.69 453 Miscellaneous Store Retailers 2,552 2,688 17 0.67 454 Nonstore Retailers 1,005 1,111 13 1.32Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 3
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Industry* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Duval County Industry Employment Annual Change Code Title 2010 2018 Total Percent 48 Transportation and Warehousing 25,006 27,958 369 1.48 481 Air Transportation 451 516 8 1.80 482 Rail Transportation 2,433 2,272 -20 -0.83 483 Water Transportation 838 893 7 0.82 484 Truck Transportation 6,437 7,430 124 1.93 485 Transit and Ground Passenger Transport 1,992 2,023 4 0.19 487 Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation 108 121 2 1.50 488 Support Activities for Transportation 5,183 6,151 121 2.33 492 Couriers and Messengers 4,360 5,021 83 1.90 493 Warehousing and Storage 3,204 3,531 41 1.28 51 Information 8,334 8,476 18 0.21 511 Publishing Industries 1,292 1,384 12 0.89 512 Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries 546 541 -1 -0.11 515 Broadcasting (except Internet) 868 940 9 1.04 517 Telecommunications 3,680 3,565 -14 -0.39 518 ISPs, Web Search Portals, and Data Processing Services 1,698 1,745 6 0.35 519 Other Information Services 250 301 6 2.55 Financial Activities 49,185 53,179 499 1.02 52 Finance and Insurance 42,296 45,428 392 0.93 522 Credit Intermediation and Related Activities 20,900 22,673 222 1.06 523 Securities, Commodity Contracts, and Other Investments 4,267 5,442 147 3.44 524 Insurance Carriers and Related Activities 16,805 17,066 33 0.19 525 Funds, Trusts, and Other Financial Vehicles 171 37 -17 -9.80Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 4
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Industry* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Duval County Industry Employment Annual Change Code Title 2010 2018 Total Percent 53 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 6,889 7,751 108 1.56 531 Real Estate 4,572 5,068 62 1.36 532 Rental and Leasing Services 2,211 2,569 45 2.02 533 Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets 106 114 1 0.94 Professional and Business Services 69,716 84,404 1,836 2.63 54 Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 28,438 35,578 892 3.14 55 Management of Companies and Enterprises 5,824 6,890 133 2.29 56 Administrative and Support and Waste Management 35,454 41,936 810 2.29 561 Administrative and Support Services 34,217 40,640 803 2.35 562 Waste Management and Remediation Service 1,237 1,296 7 0.60 Education and Health Services 67,394 81,017 1,703 2.53 61 Educational Services 7,562 9,008 181 2.39 62 Health Care and Social Assistance 59,832 72,009 1,522 2.54 621 Ambulatory Health Care Services 25,505 32,512 876 3.43 622 Hospitals 20,084 22,625 318 1.58 623 Nursing and Residential Care Facilities 7,630 9,257 203 2.67 624 Social Assistance 6,613 7,615 125 1.89 Leisure and Hospitality 42,532 45,883 419 0.98 71 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 5,568 6,064 62 1.11 711 Performing Arts, Spectator Sports, and Related Industries 1,650 1,711 8 0.46 712 Museums, Historical Sites, and Similar Institutions 372 408 4 1.21 713 Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries 3,546 3,945 50 1.41Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 5
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Industry* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Duval County Industry Employment Annual Change Code Title 2010 2018 Total Percent 72 Accommodation and Food Services 36,964 39,819 357 0.97 721 Accommodation 4,611 4,898 36 0.78 722 Food Services and Drinking Places 32,353 34,921 321 0.99 81 Other Services (Except Government) 17,794 19,903 264 1.48 811 Repair and Maintenance 4,889 5,532 80 1.64 812 Personal and Laundry Services 3,735 3,959 28 0.75 813 Membership Associations and Organizations 9,170 10,412 155 1.69 Government 51,977 51,760 -27 -0.05 Federal Government 15,920 14,323 -200 -1.25 State Government 8,231 8,598 46 0.56 Local Government 27,826 28,839 127 0.46 Self-Employed and Unpaid Family Workers 33,326 36,498 396 1.19Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 6
    • FASTEST-GROWING INDUSTRIES** Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the job growth projected in this forecast includesthe recapturing of jobs lost since that time.Duval County Industry Employment Annual Change Rank Code Title 2010 2018 Total Percent naic indtitle curr proj Achng Aperch 1 336 Transportation Equipment Manufacturing 2,873 3,806 117 4.06 2 238 Specialty Trade Contractors 14,627 19,137 564 3.85 3 236 Construction of Buildings 4,429 5,728 162 3.67 4 332 Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing 2,194 2,814 78 3.53 5 523 Securities, Commodity Contracts, and Other Investments 4,267 5,442 147 3.44 6 621 Ambulatory Health Care Services 25,505 32,512 876 3.43 7 443 Electronics and Appliance Stores 1,826 2,313 61 3.33 8 540 Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 28,438 35,578 892 3.14 9 423 Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods 12,046 14,803 345 2.86 10 442 Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores 1,519 1,853 42 2.75 11 339 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 3,724 4,529 101 2.70 12 623 Nursing and Residential Care Facilities 7,630 9,257 203 2.67 13 237 Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction 3,571 4,292 90 2.52 14 610 Educational Services 7,562 9,008 181 2.39 15 561 Administrative and Support Services 34,217 40,640 803 2.35 16 488 Support Activities for Transportation 5,183 6,151 121 2.33 17 550 Management of Companies and Enterprises 5,824 6,890 133 2.29 18 448 Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores 6,029 7,104 134 2.23 19 321 Wood Product Manufacturing 508 591 10 2.04 20 532 Rental and Leasing Services 2,211 2,569 45 2.02This table includes industries with a minimum of 400 jobs in 2010. Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 7
    • INDUSTRIES GAINING THE MOST NEW JOBS** Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the job growth projected in this forecast includesthe recapturing of jobs lost since that time.Duval County Industry Employment Annual Change Rank Code Title 2010 2018 Total Percent naic indtitle curr proj Achng Aperch 1 540 Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 28,438 35,578 892 3.14 2 621 Ambulatory Health Care Services 25,505 32,512 876 3.43 3 561 Administrative and Support Services 34,217 40,640 803 2.35 4 238 Specialty Trade Contractors 14,627 19,137 564 3.85 5 423 Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods 12,046 14,803 345 2.86 6 722 Food Services and Drinking Places 32,353 34,921 321 0.99 7 622 Hospitals 20,084 22,625 318 1.58 8 522 Credit Intermediation and Related Activities 20,900 22,673 222 1.06 9 623 Nursing and Residential Care Facilities 7,630 9,257 203 2.67 10 610 Educational Services 7,562 9,008 181 2.39 11 236 Construction of Buildings 4,429 5,728 162 3.67 12 452 General Merchandise Stores 9,463 10,745 160 1.69 13 813 Membership Associations and Organizations 9,170 10,412 155 1.69 14 523 Securities, Commodity Contracts, and Other Investments 4,267 5,442 147 3.44 15 448 Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores 6,029 7,104 134 2.23 16 550 Management of Companies and Enterprises 5,824 6,890 133 2.29 17 930 Local Government 27,826 28,839 127 0.46 18 624 Social Assistance 6,613 7,615 125 1.89 19 484 Truck Transportation 6,437 7,430 124 1.93 20 488 Support Activities for Transportation 5,183 6,151 121 2.33 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 8
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 000000 Total, All Occupations 482,796 544,226 1.59 7,959 11,105 19,064 NA 110000 Management Occupations 17,718 19,704 1.40 251 387 638 NA 111000 Top Executives 4,802 5,049 0.64 31 136 167 NA 111021 General and Operations Managers 3,435 3,603 0.61 21 98 119 46.59 111031 Legislators 65 61 -0.77 0 2 2 26.97 112000 Marketing, Public Relations & Sales Managers 1,680 2,000 2.38 40 36 76 NA 112011 Advertising and Promotions Managers 86 90 0.58 1 2 3 54.61 112021 Marketing Managers 314 359 1.79 6 7 13 58.38 112022 Sales Managers 1,192 1,453 2.74 33 26 59 61.27 113000 Operations Specialties Managers 3,756 4,124 1.22 47 75 122 NA 113021 Computer and Information Systems Managers 703 788 1.51 11 11 22 56.75 113041 Compensation and Benefits Managers 140 152 1.07 2 3 5 44.40 113049 Human Resources Managers, All Other 178 210 2.25 4 4 8 38.30 113051 Industrial Production Managers 207 224 1.03 2 7 9 51.39 113071 Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers 404 394 -0.31 0 11 11 44.44 119000 Other Management Occupations 7,480 8,531 1.76 133 140 273 NA 119011 Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers 35 36 0.36 0 1 1 NA 119012 Farmers and Ranchers 109 99 -1.15 0 1 1 NA 119021 Construction Managers 1,722 2,174 3.28 57 12 69 61.41 119031 Education Administrators, Preschool and Child Care 69 78 1.63 1 2 3 26.82 119032 Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary 230 249 1.03 2 7 9 51.23 119033 Education Administrators, Postsecondary 105 107 0.24 0 3 3 45.82 119041 Engineering Managers 397 501 3.27 13 8 21 51.83 119051 Food Service Managers 813 850 0.57 5 16 21 24.66 119061 Funeral Directors 54 61 1.62 1 1 2 21.76 119081 Lodging Managers 120 128 0.83 1 3 4 28.84 119111 Medical and Health Services Managers 474 554 2.11 10 9 19 47.26 119121 Natural Sciences Managers 47 53 1.60 1 1 2 56.50 119131 Postmasters and Mail Superintendents 17 16 -0.74 0 0 0 38.79 119141 Property, Real Estate & Community Association Managers 817 898 1.24 10 14 24 29.60Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 9
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 119199 Managers, All Other 2,305 2,539 1.27 29 59 88 44.03 130000 Business and Financial Operations Occupations 30,369 34,561 1.73 527 571 1,098 NA 131000 Business Operations Specialists 16,817 18,976 1.60 270 354 624 NA 131021 Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products 18 18 0.00 0 0 0 24.05 131022 Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products 278 300 0.99 3 7 10 25.48 131023 Purchasing Agents, Except Farm Products & Trade 902 1,050 2.05 19 23 42 26.54 131031 Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators 1,294 1,315 0.20 3 33 36 29.44 131041 Compliance Officers, Exc. Safety, Agri, Constr & Transp. 1,065 1,276 2.48 26 10 36 24.09 131051 Cost Estimators 778 1,046 4.31 34 17 51 30.52 131071 Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists 893 1,173 3.92 35 23 58 20.55 131073 Training and Development Specialists 918 1,136 2.97 27 24 51 24.59 131079 Human Resources, Training, & Labor Relations Specialists, All Other 728 872 2.47 18 19 37 26.83 131111 Management Analysts 3,672 3,947 0.94 34 61 95 34.48 131121 Meeting and Convention Planners 352 436 2.98 11 8 19 18.45 131199 Business Operations Specialists, All Other 5,126 5,455 0.80 41 111 152 29.63 132000 Financial Specialists 13,552 15,585 1.88 257 217 474 NA 132011 Accountants and Auditors 4,944 5,874 2.35 116 81 197 28.71 132021 Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate 431 445 0.41 2 8 10 21.86 132041 Credit Analysts 647 759 2.16 14 11 25 32.03 132051 Financial Analysts 552 646 2.13 12 10 22 32.46 132052 Personal Financial Advisors 1,143 1,526 4.19 48 12 60 30.38 132053 Insurance Underwriters 644 640 -0.08 0 19 19 25.52 132061 Financial Examiners 117 159 4.49 5 2 7 39.29 132071 Loan Counselors 88 99 1.56 1 1 2 22.42 132072 Loan Officers 2,618 2,977 1.71 45 27 72 28.95 132081 Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents 393 382 -0.35 0 14 14 NA 132082 Tax Preparers 381 372 -0.30 0 6 6 10.23 150000 Computer and Mathematical Occupations 13,409 15,943 2.36 321 263 584 NA 151000 Computer Specialists 12,823 15,265 2.38 310 247 557 NA 151031 Computer Software Engineers, Applications 1,809 2,304 3.42 62 14 76 41.59Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 10
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 151032 Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software 747 896 2.49 19 6 25 46.75 151041 Computer Support Specialists 3,858 4,646 2.55 99 106 205 20.11 151051 Computer Systems Analysts 1,807 2,042 1.63 29 38 67 33.08 151071 Network and Computer Systems Administrators 933 1,100 2.24 21 15 36 30.68 151081 Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts 1,251 1,821 5.70 71 22 93 34.84 151099 Computer Specialists, All Other 470 467 -0.08 0 10 10 34.54 152000 Mathematical Scientists 586 678 1.96 12 16 28 NA 152031 Operations Research Analysts 526 616 2.14 11 15 26 26.17 170000 Architecture and Engineering Occupations 7,766 9,323 2.51 195 156 351 NA 171000 Architects, Surveyors, and Cartographers 750 926 2.93 22 14 36 NA 171011 Architects, Except Landscape and Naval 398 481 2.61 10 7 17 28.39 171022 Surveyors 150 186 3.00 5 4 9 28.34 172000 Engineers 4,364 5,286 2.64 115 91 206 NA 172041 Chemical Engineers 23 28 2.72 1 1 2 32.29 172071 Electrical Engineers 214 226 0.70 2 5 7 36.42 172072 Electronics Engineers, Except Computer 295 309 0.59 2 7 9 37.85 172111 Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining 49 56 1.79 1 1 2 30.78 172112 Industrial Engineers 605 783 3.68 22 15 37 32.90 172199 Engineers, All Other 512 601 2.17 11 10 21 41.74 173000 Drafters, Engineering, and Mapping Technicians 2,652 3,111 2.16 57 51 108 NA 173011 Architectural and Civil Drafters 443 520 2.17 10 9 19 20.86 173012 Electrical and Electronics Drafters 115 146 3.37 4 3 7 24.18 173013 Mechanical Drafters 145 170 2.16 3 3 6 22.32 173023 Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians 672 750 1.45 10 13 23 26.25 173024 Electro-Mechanical Technicians 47 52 1.33 1 1 2 17.07 173025 Environmental Engineering Technicians 66 82 3.03 2 1 3 21.62 173027 Mechanical Engineering Technicians 27 33 2.78 1 1 2 21.85 173029 Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other 288 304 0.69 2 5 7 30.01 173031 Surveying and Mapping Technicians 431 545 3.31 14 8 22 17.09 190000 Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations 2,887 3,290 1.74 52 87 139 NASource: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 11
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 191000 Life Scientists 518 639 2.92 15 13 28 NA 191012 Food Scientists and Technologists 26 34 3.85 1 1 2 32.80 191023 Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists 27 26 -0.46 0 1 1 26.75 191029 Biological Scientists, All Other 146 147 0.09 0 5 5 36.51 191032 Foresters 25 25 0.00 0 0 0 19.76 191042 Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists 212 307 5.60 12 4 16 NA 192000 Physical Scientists 586 630 0.94 6 17 23 NA 192042 Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers 88 106 2.56 2 3 5 34.42 193000 Social Scientists and Related Workers 1,083 1,236 1.77 20 31 51 NA 193021 Market Research Analysts 477 581 2.73 13 13 26 26.80 193039 Psychologists, All Other 32 35 1.17 0 1 1 55.41 193091 Anthropologists and Archeologists 26 27 0.48 0 1 1 28.43 193099 Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other 72 77 0.87 1 4 5 30.48 194000 Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians 700 785 1.52 11 27 38 NA 194021 Biological Technicians 69 71 0.36 0 3 3 16.88 194031 Chemical Technicians 109 126 1.95 2 2 4 16.44 210000 Community and Social Services Occupations 5,708 6,423 1.57 89 120 209 NA 211000 Social Workers & Community & Social Service Specialists 4,123 4,564 1.34 55 90 145 NA 211011 Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors 131 142 1.05 1 3 4 17.97 211012 Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors 692 746 0.98 7 14 21 25.06 211019 Counselors, All Other 121 134 1.34 2 2 4 17.09 211022 Medical and Public Health Social Workers 351 440 3.17 11 9 20 23.13 211029 Social Workers, All Other 202 220 1.11 2 5 7 21.90 211092 Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists 167 177 0.75 1 4 5 19.47 211093 Social and Human Service Assistants 544 575 0.71 4 11 15 14.08 212000 Religious Workers 1,585 1,859 2.16 34 30 64 NA 212011 Clergy 640 750 2.15 14 12 26 20.05 212021 Directors, Religious Activities and Education 770 905 2.19 17 15 32 17.95 230000 Legal Occupations 4,467 4,768 0.84 39 69 108 NA 231000 Lawyers, Judges, and Related Workers 2,432 2,531 0.51 13 44 57 NASource: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 12
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 231021 Admin. Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers 57 55 -0.44 0 1 1 NA 231022 Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators 24 26 1.04 0 0 0 24.19 232000 Legal Support Workers 2,035 2,237 1.24 26 25 51 NA 232091 Court Reporters 46 55 2.45 1 1 2 10.81 232092 Law Clerks 101 107 0.74 1 2 3 18.57 232093 Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers 511 503 -0.20 0 7 7 19.74 250000 Education, Training, and Library Occupations 18,933 21,278 1.55 293 391 684 NA 251000 Postsecondary Teachers 4,056 4,585 1.63 66 70 136 NA 251011 Business Teachers, Postsecondary 214 247 1.93 4 4 8 48.30 251021 Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary 63 73 1.98 1 1 2 44.86 251022 Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary 101 116 1.86 2 2 4 34.09 251032 Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary 40 46 1.88 1 1 2 NA 251042 Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary 79 92 2.06 2 1 3 45.28 251052 Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary 34 40 2.21 1 1 2 33.27 251054 Physics Teachers, Postsecondary 32 37 1.95 1 1 2 34.89 251061 Anthropology and Archeology Teachers, Postsecondary 22 25 1.70 0 0 0 NA 251063 Economics Teachers, Postsecondary 53 61 1.89 1 1 2 39.74 251064 Geography Teachers, Postsecondary 12 13 1.04 0 0 0 31.18 251065 Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary 48 56 2.08 1 1 2 40.37 251066 Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary 85 98 1.91 2 2 4 30.37 251067 Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary 35 41 2.14 1 1 2 34.74 251069 Social Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary, All Other 12 14 2.08 0 0 0 NA 251071 Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary 820 949 1.97 16 14 30 100.44 251072 Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary 122 142 2.05 3 2 5 46.04 251081 Education Teachers, Postsecondary 138 159 1.90 3 2 5 32.82 251111 Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsecondary 11 13 2.27 0 0 0 NA 251112 Law Teachers, Postsecondary 30 35 2.08 1 1 2 50.91 251121 Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postsecondary 221 256 1.98 4 4 8 27.81 251122 Communications Teachers, Postsecondary 94 108 1.86 2 2 4 27.57 251123 English Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary 149 173 2.01 3 3 6 29.48Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 13
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 251124 Foreign Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary 30 34 1.67 1 1 2 31.13 251125 History Teachers, Postsecondary 54 63 2.08 1 1 2 31.98 251126 Philosophy and Religion Teachers, Postsecondary 83 96 1.96 2 1 3 33.97 251193 Recreation & Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary 45 52 1.94 1 1 2 NA 251194 Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary 437 470 0.94 4 8 12 24.00 251199 Postsecondary Teachers, All Other 964 1,045 1.05 10 17 27 29.84 252000 Primary, Secondary, and Special Education Teachers 8,713 9,890 1.69 147 202 349 NA 252011 Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education 1,726 2,027 2.18 38 34 72 11.02 252012 Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education 578 654 1.64 10 11 21 27.21 252021 Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education 2,816 3,207 1.74 49 63 112 28.09 252022 Middle School Teachers, Exc. Special & Voc. Education 1,248 1,417 1.69 21 28 49 27.68 252031 Secondary School Teachers, Exc. Special and Voc. Ed. 1,422 1,539 1.03 15 41 56 29.01 252032 Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School 175 188 0.93 2 5 7 31.44 252041 Special Education Teachers, Preschool - Elementary 400 464 2.00 8 10 18 NA 252042 Special Education Teachers, Middle School 112 130 2.01 2 3 5 NA 252043 Special Education Teachers, Secondary School 226 253 1.49 3 6 9 36.21 253000 Other Teachers and Instructors 2,786 3,124 1.52 42 42 84 NA 253011 Literacy, Remedial and GED Teachers and Instructors 57 61 0.88 1 1 2 23.28 253021 Self-Enrichment Education Teachers 996 1,153 1.97 20 15 35 16.65 254000 Librarians, Curators, and Archivists 593 623 0.63 4 20 24 NA 254012 Curators 12 14 2.08 0 0 0 14.82 254021 Librarians 357 374 0.60 2 9 11 28.61 254031 Library Technicians 215 225 0.58 1 10 11 13.78 259000 Other Education, Training, and Library Occupations 2,785 3,056 1.22 34 59 93 NA 259021 Farm and Home Management Advisors 54 52 -0.46 0 1 1 24.43 259041 Teacher Assistants 1,881 2,055 1.16 22 39 61 14.18 270000 Arts, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations 7,191 7,974 1.36 102 180 282 NA 271000 Art and Design Workers 1,861 2,091 1.54 30 55 85 NA 271011 Art Directors 67 75 1.49 1 2 3 30.31 271013 Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, & Illustrators 73 78 0.86 1 2 3 16.13Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 14
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 271014 Multi-Media Artists and Animators 81 87 0.93 1 2 3 24.17 271021 Commercial and Industrial Designers 84 98 2.08 2 3 5 36.91 271023 Floral Designers 144 150 0.52 1 4 5 13.61 271024 Graphic Designers 978 1,115 1.75 17 30 47 20.32 271025 Interior Designers 186 219 2.22 4 6 10 17.83 271026 Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers 115 123 0.87 1 4 5 15.12 272000 Entertainers, Athletes and Related Workers 1,923 2,024 0.66 16 42 58 NA 272012 Producers and Directors 208 212 0.24 1 6 7 27.54 272021 Athletes and Sports Competitors 59 60 0.21 0 1 1 NA 272022 Coaches and Scouts 430 493 1.83 8 8 16 27.73 272042 Musicians and Singers 654 665 0.21 1 13 14 NA 272099 Entertainers, Athletes and Related Workers, All Other 21 22 0.60 0 1 1 25.55 273000 Media and Communications Workers 2,162 2,485 1.87 40 51 91 NA 273011 Radio and Television Announcers 184 186 0.14 0 5 5 36.65 273031 Public Relations Specialists 985 1,183 2.51 25 23 48 26.35 273041 Editors 305 341 1.48 5 8 13 21.51 273042 Technical Writers 78 92 2.24 2 1 3 25.72 273091 Interpreters and Translators 117 136 2.03 2 3 5 20.54 273099 Media and Communications Workers, All Other 41 43 0.61 0 1 1 20.29 274000 Media and Communications Equipment Workers 1,245 1,374 1.30 16 32 48 NA 274012 Broadcast Technicians 167 176 0.67 1 5 6 13.78 274014 Sound Engineering Technicians 42 54 3.57 2 1 3 17.15 274021 Photographers 392 433 1.31 5 8 13 14.64 274031 Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion Picture 148 156 0.68 1 4 5 12.94 274032 Film and Video Editors 46 47 0.27 0 1 1 15.96 274099 Media & Communications Equipment Workers, All Other 29 28 -0.43 0 1 1 24.93 290000 Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations 27,348 32,949 2.56 700 528 1,228 NA 291000 Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners 17,151 20,723 2.60 447 301 748 NA 291011 Chiropractors 132 150 1.70 2 2 4 NA 291031 Dietitians and Nutritionists 167 183 1.20 2 6 8 22.67Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 15
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 291041 Optometrists 108 132 2.78 3 4 7 48.78 291051 Pharmacists 1,014 1,221 2.55 26 22 48 50.73 291062 Family and General Practitioners 338 379 1.52 5 6 11 71.26 291064 Obstetricians and Gynecologists 34 40 2.21 1 1 2 112.78 291066 Psychiatrists 18 22 2.78 1 0 1 88.85 291069 Physicians and Surgeons, All Other 956 1,150 2.54 24 17 41 96.61 291071 Physician Assistants 288 396 4.69 14 5 19 44.16 291111 Registered Nurses 10,318 12,582 2.74 283 172 455 29.90 291121 Audiologists 99 128 3.66 4 2 6 29.87 291122 Occupational Therapists 394 479 2.70 11 7 18 34.31 291123 Physical Therapists 595 720 2.63 16 7 23 40.06 291126 Respiratory Therapists 391 473 2.62 10 7 17 23.58 291127 Speech and Language Pathologists 335 398 2.35 8 6 14 36.09 291129 Therapists, All Other 299 326 1.13 3 6 9 27.89 291131 Veterinarians 146 185 3.34 5 3 8 47.80 291199 Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other 407 444 1.14 5 7 12 28.96 292000 Health Technologists and Technicians 9,887 11,890 2.53 250 217 467 NA 292011 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists 675 746 1.31 9 12 21 24.96 292012 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians 313 355 1.68 5 6 11 19.22 292021 Dental Hygienists 586 721 2.88 17 12 29 26.01 292031 Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians 428 524 2.80 12 6 18 19.76 292032 Diagnostic Medical Sonographers 343 403 2.19 8 5 13 28.49 292033 Nuclear Medicine Technologists 199 241 2.64 5 3 8 32.20 292034 Radiologic Technologists and Technicians 1,022 1,210 2.30 24 14 38 24.10 292051 Dietetic Technicians 21 23 1.19 0 1 1 13.10 292052 Pharmacy Technicians 1,156 1,508 3.81 44 28 72 14.01 292053 Psychiatric Technicians 220 230 0.57 1 5 6 11.60 292054 Respiratory Therapy Technicians 72 74 0.35 0 2 2 21.75 292055 Surgical Technologists 441 553 3.17 14 11 25 18.06 292056 Veterinary Technologists and Technicians 368 467 3.36 12 9 21 13.44Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 16
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 292061 Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 2,187 2,690 2.87 63 68 131 19.54 292071 Medical Records and Health Information Technicians 649 756 2.06 13 13 26 15.69 292081 Opticians, Dispensing 213 245 1.88 4 4 8 16.54 292091 Orthotists and Prosthetists 41 48 2.13 1 1 2 39.92 292099 Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other 437 526 2.55 11 9 20 17.32 299000 Other Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations 310 336 1.05 3 10 13 NA 299091 Athletic Trainers 55 68 2.95 2 2 4 20.31 299099 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Workers, All Other 76 83 1.15 1 3 4 22.42 310000 Healthcare Support Occupations 11,879 14,556 2.82 335 128 463 NA 311000 Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides 5,971 7,351 2.89 173 57 230 NA 311011 Home Health Aides 1,028 1,477 5.46 56 10 66 10.57 311012 Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants 4,821 5,749 2.41 116 46 162 11.87 312000 Occupational and Physical Therapist Assistants & Aides 295 361 2.80 8 4 12 NA 312011 Occupational Therapist Assistants 58 73 3.23 2 1 3 29.74 312021 Physical Therapist Assistants 166 209 3.24 5 2 7 29.10 312022 Physical Therapist Aides 61 69 1.64 1 1 2 11.93 319000 Other Healthcare Support Occupations 5,613 6,844 2.74 154 68 222 NA 319011 Massage Therapists 233 248 0.80 2 3 5 21.11 319091 Dental Assistants 914 1,116 2.76 25 17 42 15.60 319092 Medical Assistants 2,867 3,680 3.54 102 31 133 13.98 319093 Medical Equipment Preparers 461 531 1.90 9 5 14 11.84 319094 Medical Transcriptionists 362 407 1.55 6 4 10 15.99 319095 Pharmacy Aides 168 164 -0.30 0 2 2 9.56 319096 Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers 170 198 2.06 4 2 6 10.67 319099 Healthcare Support Workers, All Other 438 500 1.77 8 5 13 15.17 330000 Protective Service Occupations 11,800 12,425 0.66 81 328 409 NA 331000 First-Line Supervisors, Protective Service Workers 508 506 -0.05 1 21 22 NA 331011 First-Line Supervisors of Correctional Officers 91 90 -0.14 0 3 3 NA 331012 First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives 251 243 -0.40 0 11 11 37.54 331021 First-Line Superv. of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers 73 73 0.00 0 4 4 37.00Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 17
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 331099 First-Line Superv., Protective Service Workers, All Other 93 100 0.94 1 3 4 22.85 332000 Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers 1,271 1,355 0.83 11 38 49 NA 332011 Fire Fighters 1,205 1,289 0.87 11 36 47 22.88 332021 Fire Inspectors and Investigators 66 66 0.00 0 2 2 24.99 333000 Law Enforcement Workers 3,323 3,314 -0.03 1 78 79 NA 333011 Bailiffs 51 51 0.00 0 1 1 18.22 333012 Correctional Officers and Jailers 861 865 0.06 1 19 20 18.70 333021 Detectives and Criminal Investigators 479 483 0.10 1 9 10 31.69 333031 Fish and Game Wardens 15 14 -0.83 0 0 0 17.69 333041 Parking Enforcement Workers 12 11 -1.04 0 0 0 NA 333051 Police and Sheriffs Patrol Officers 1,874 1,862 -0.08 0 47 47 25.26 333052 Transit and Railroad Police 31 28 -1.21 0 1 1 NA 339000 Other Protective Service Workers 6,698 7,250 1.03 69 191 260 NA 339011 Animal Control Workers 51 52 0.25 0 2 2 14.10 339021 Private Detectives and Investigators 406 448 1.29 5 8 13 12.82 339032 Security Guards 5,063 5,380 0.78 40 104 144 10.56 339091 Crossing Guards 271 272 0.05 0 8 8 10.32 350000 Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations 34,848 37,985 1.13 392 1,325 1,717 NA 351000 Supervisors, Food Preparation and Serving Workers 2,280 2,468 1.03 24 21 45 NA 351011 Chefs and Head Cooks 167 169 0.15 0 2 2 23.93 351012 First-Line Superv. of Food Preparation & Serving Workers 2,113 2,299 1.10 23 19 42 15.98 352000 Cooks and Food Preparation Workers 8,670 9,302 0.91 79 263 342 NA 352011 Cooks, Fast Food 1,369 1,550 1.65 23 36 59 8.39 352014 Cooks, Restaurant 3,337 3,495 0.59 20 88 108 11.03 352021 Food Preparation Workers 3,008 3,171 0.68 20 114 134 9.21 353000 Food and Beverage Serving Workers 19,105 21,165 1.35 258 778 1,036 NA 353011 Bartenders 1,306 1,376 0.67 9 46 55 9.63 353021 Food Preparation & Serving Workers, Including Fast Food 7,841 9,299 2.32 182 159 341 8.45 353022 Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, and Coffee Shop 1,349 1,501 1.41 19 115 134 8.60 353031 Waiters and Waitresses 8,011 8,312 0.47 38 449 487 9.84Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 18
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 353041 Food Servers, Nonrestaurant 598 677 1.65 10 11 21 10.05 359000 Other Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers 4,793 5,050 0.67 32 263 295 NA 359011 Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers 1,062 1,140 0.92 10 50 60 8.66 359021 Dishwashers 2,052 2,199 0.90 18 93 111 8.50 359031 Hosts, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop 1,108 1,133 0.28 3 87 90 8.95 370000 Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance Occupations 15,916 17,320 1.10 176 263 439 NA 371000 Superv., Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance 1,182 1,313 1.39 16 12 28 NA 371011 First-Line Superv. of Housekeeping & Janitorial Workers 354 376 0.78 3 3 6 17.42 372000 Building Cleaning and Pest Control Workers 10,179 10,718 0.66 67 198 265 NA 372021 Pest Control Workers 716 797 1.41 10 25 35 13.21 373000 Grounds Maintenance Workers 4,555 5,289 2.01 92 54 146 NA 373011 Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers 3,872 4,462 1.90 74 46 120 11.46 373019 Grounds Maintenance Workers, All Other 134 182 4.48 6 2 8 14.24 390000 Personal Care and Service Occupations 13,913 15,551 1.47 207 375 582 NA 392000 Animal Care and Service Workers 455 533 2.14 10 10 20 NA 393000 Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers 1,836 2,107 1.85 34 115 149 NA 393031 Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers 869 1,020 2.17 19 61 80 8.43 393091 Amusement and Recreation Attendants 718 814 1.67 12 41 53 8.63 393093 Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendants 48 52 1.04 1 3 4 10.68 394000 Funeral Service Workers 177 213 2.54 5 8 13 NA 394021 Funeral Attendants 155 189 2.74 4 7 11 9.17 395000 Personal Appearance Workers 2,186 2,242 0.32 8 31 39 NA 395012 Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists 1,590 1,633 0.34 5 23 28 15.07 395092 Manicurists and Pedicurists 262 264 0.10 0 4 4 11.40 395094 Skin Care Specialists 126 145 1.88 2 2 4 18.80 396000 Transportation, Tourism, and Lodging Attendants 435 464 0.83 4 12 16 NA 396011 Baggage Porters and Bellhops 172 190 1.31 2 4 6 9.37 396012 Concierges 57 65 1.75 1 2 3 12.13 396021 Tour Guides and Escorts 95 97 0.26 0 4 4 10.49 399000 Other Personal Care and Service Workers 8,187 9,278 1.67 136 182 318 NASource: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 19
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 399011 Child Care Workers 3,309 3,571 0.99 33 98 131 10.12 399031 Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors 758 926 2.77 21 14 35 15.25 399032 Recreation Workers 1,371 1,448 0.70 10 25 35 10.36 399099 Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other 560 593 0.74 4 13 17 9.79 410000 Sales and Related Occupations 60,622 67,735 1.47 911 1,778 2,689 NA 411000 Supervisors, Sales Workers 7,992 8,887 1.40 112 167 279 NA 411011 First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers 5,792 6,418 1.35 78 123 201 20.68 411012 First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers 2,200 2,469 1.53 34 45 79 42.25 412000 Retail Sales Workers 28,035 31,538 1.56 438 1,040 1,478 NA 412011 Cashiers 11,785 12,628 0.89 105 572 677 8.92 412021 Counter and Rental Clerks 1,483 1,619 1.15 17 41 58 13.49 412022 Parts Salespersons 993 1,099 1.33 13 37 50 13.36 412031 Retail Salespersons 13,774 16,192 2.19 302 390 692 12.52 413000 Sales Representatives, Services 12,198 13,422 1.25 153 298 451 NA 413011 Advertising Sales Agents 523 576 1.27 7 10 17 22.03 413021 Insurance Sales Agents 4,866 4,983 0.30 15 112 127 25.74 413031 Securities and Financial Services Sales Agents 2,124 2,563 2.58 55 65 120 40.41 413041 Travel Agents 296 307 0.46 1 2 3 16.27 413099 Sales Representatives, Services, All Other 4,389 4,993 1.72 76 109 185 26.77 414000 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing 7,075 8,297 2.16 153 162 315 NA 414011 Sales Representatives, Wholesale & Mfg, Tech. & Sci. Products 1,710 2,025 2.30 39 39 78 42.43 414012 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Other 5,365 6,272 2.11 113 123 236 27.55 419000 Other Sales and Related Workers 5,322 5,591 0.63 56 111 167 NA 419022 Real Estate Sales Agents 2,218 2,526 1.74 39 35 74 19.43 419041 Telemarketers 1,655 1,479 -1.33 0 44 44 11.47 419099 Sales and Related Workers, All Other 630 699 1.37 9 14 23 16.73 430000 Office and Administrative Support Occupations 102,707 113,283 1.29 1,463 2,184 3,647 NA 431011 First-Line Superv. of Office and Admin. Support Workers 5,588 6,269 1.52 85 123 208 23.61 432000 Communications Equipment Operators 378 365 -0.43 1 8 9 NA 432011 Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service 322 304 -0.70 0 7 7 10.95Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 20
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 432099 Communications Equipment Operators, All Other 27 25 -0.93 0 1 1 15.33 433000 Financial Clerks 16,206 18,272 1.59 261 292 553 NA 433011 Bill and Account Collectors 4,008 4,506 1.55 62 76 138 15.61 433021 Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators 2,204 2,614 2.33 51 35 86 14.44 433031 Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 7,463 8,568 1.85 138 89 227 15.78 433051 Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks 497 482 -0.38 0 12 12 17.81 433071 Tellers 1,656 1,727 0.54 9 70 79 12.74 434000 Information and Record Clerks 31,310 34,378 1.22 462 905 1,367 NA 434011 Brokerage Clerks 374 429 1.84 7 11 18 19.03 434021 Correspondence Clerks 100 90 -1.25 0 3 3 12.33 434031 Court, Municipal, and License Clerks 295 295 0.00 0 8 8 15.56 434051 Customer Service Representatives 15,252 17,919 2.19 333 478 811 15.28 434061 Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs 924 823 -1.37 0 21 21 19.75 434071 File Clerks 1,078 914 -1.90 0 27 27 12.35 434081 Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks 524 600 1.81 10 18 28 9.64 434111 Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan 1,441 1,331 -0.95 0 35 35 14.61 434121 Library Assistants, Clerical 166 172 0.45 1 7 8 12.23 434131 Loan Interviewers and Clerks 2,770 2,989 0.99 27 66 93 17.52 434141 New Accounts Clerks 278 279 0.04 0 8 8 14.75 434151 Order Clerks 995 869 -1.58 0 28 28 14.13 434171 Receptionists and Information Clerks 3,835 4,448 2.00 77 105 182 12.31 434181 Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks 412 444 0.97 4 9 13 15.28 434199 Information and Record Clerks, All Other 1,510 1,407 -0.85 0 43 43 16.51 435000 Material Recording, Scheduling, and Distributing Workers 17,668 19,192 1.08 221 409 630 NA 435011 Cargo and Freight Agents 600 736 2.83 17 14 31 14.34 435021 Couriers and Messengers 362 423 2.11 8 8 16 12.74 435031 Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers 256 278 1.07 3 5 8 17.16 435032 Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance 811 798 -0.20 0 16 16 17.21 435041 Meter Readers, Utilities 36 33 -1.04 0 1 1 14.45 435051 Postal Service Clerks 226 212 -0.77 0 5 5 25.62Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 21
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 435052 Postal Service Mail Carriers 1,005 1,102 1.21 12 31 43 23.85 435053 Postal Service Mail Sorters and Processors 1,054 874 -2.13 0 10 10 24.63 435071 Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks 2,808 3,048 1.07 30 70 100 14.35 435081 Stock Clerks and Order Fillers 9,159 10,251 1.49 137 213 350 11.11 436000 Secretaries and Administrative Assistants 16,405 18,544 1.63 267 222 489 NA 436011 Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants 5,933 6,716 1.65 98 80 178 19.03 436013 Medical Secretaries 981 1,200 2.79 27 13 40 14.21 436014 Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive 8,832 9,913 1.53 135 119 254 14.16 439000 Other Office and Administrative Support Workers 15,152 16,263 0.92 166 226 392 NA 439031 Desktop Publishers 53 49 -0.94 0 1 1 15.87 439041 Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks 2,006 1,933 -0.45 0 25 25 15.07 439061 Office Clerks, General 9,678 10,989 1.69 164 130 294 12.23 439071 Office Machine Operators, Except Computer 292 260 -1.37 0 10 10 11.59 439199 Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other 329 300 -1.10 0 7 7 17.62 450000 Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations 300 298 -0.08 2 8 10 NA 451011 First-Line Superv. of Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Workers 15 15 0.00 0 0 0 25.31 452000 Agricultural Workers 216 204 -0.69 0 6 6 NA 452011 Agricultural Inspectors 16 15 -0.78 0 0 0 NA 452092 Farmworkers & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse 160 154 -0.47 0 4 4 11.52 453011 Fishers and Related Fishing Workers 13 11 -1.92 0 0 0 NA 454000 Forest, Conservation, and Logging Workers 56 68 2.68 2 1 3 NA 454022 Logging Equipment Operators 24 24 0.00 0 1 1 14.71 470000 Construction and Extraction Occupations 22,395 27,729 2.98 667 405 1,072 NA 471011 First-Line Superv. of Construction and Extraction Workers 2,759 3,509 3.40 94 52 146 27.43 472000 Construction Trades Workers 16,375 20,216 2.93 480 274 754 NA 472021 Brickmasons and Blockmasons 144 178 2.95 4 4 8 21.18 472031 Carpenters 2,727 3,374 2.97 81 33 114 17.78 472044 Tile and Marble Setters 226 278 2.88 7 6 13 15.21 472051 Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers 370 456 2.91 11 9 20 18.51 472061 Construction Laborers 2,777 3,695 4.13 115 18 133 12.23Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 22
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 472071 Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment Operators 177 213 2.54 5 3 8 16.62 472081 Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers 302 371 2.86 9 3 12 14.60 472111 Electricians 1,944 2,412 3.01 59 46 105 21.18 472121 Glaziers 142 170 2.46 4 5 9 18.37 472131 Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and Wall 159 202 3.38 5 5 10 14.40 472132 Insulation Workers, Mechanical 106 131 2.95 3 3 6 15.15 472141 Painters, Construction and Maintenance 1,773 2,055 1.99 35 30 65 13.47 472151 Pipelayers 284 352 2.99 9 6 15 14.91 472152 Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 2,330 2,990 3.54 83 46 129 17.89 472181 Roofers 587 669 1.75 10 9 19 16.60 472211 Sheet Metal Workers 863 906 0.62 5 21 26 19.65 472221 Structural Iron and Steel Workers 121 153 3.31 4 2 6 19.69 473000 Helpers - Construction Trades 1,639 2,142 3.84 63 35 98 NA 473011 Helpers - Brickmasons, and Tile & Marble Setters 31 37 2.42 1 1 2 16.00 473012 Helpers - Carpenters 129 163 3.29 4 3 7 13.23 473013 Helpers - Electricians 889 1,206 4.46 40 19 59 12.91 473015 Helpers - Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 339 460 4.46 15 7 22 12.61 473019 Helpers - Construction Trades, All Other 141 162 1.86 3 3 6 11.84 474000 Other Construction and Related Workers 1,587 1,814 1.79 29 44 73 NA 474011 Construction and Building Inspectors 346 426 2.89 10 7 17 25.52 474061 Rail-Track Laying and Maintenance Equipment Operators 109 108 -0.11 0 3 3 NA 474071 Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleaners 51 55 0.98 1 1 2 13.67 474099 Construction and Related Workers, All Other 678 772 1.73 12 23 35 15.27 475021 Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas 31 43 4.84 2 1 3 15.56 490000 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations 19,421 22,102 1.73 345 373 718 NA 491011 First-Line Superv. of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 1,460 1,601 1.21 18 37 55 29.14 492000 Electrical & Electronic Equipment Installers, & Repairers 3,185 3,467 1.11 38 55 93 NA 492091 Avionics Technicians 172 177 0.36 1 3 4 23.41 492096 Electronics Installers & Repairers, Motor Vehicles 55 58 0.68 0 1 1 15.00 492098 Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers 735 874 2.36 17 12 29 16.72Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 23
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 493000 Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Mechanics, Installers 5,891 6,647 1.60 99 117 216 NA 493011 Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians 837 798 -0.58 0 16 16 24.10 493021 Automotive Body and Related Repairers 533 588 1.29 7 14 21 19.03 493023 Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics 2,985 3,482 2.08 62 56 118 18.17 493031 Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists 663 757 1.77 12 15 27 20.54 493042 Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines 311 403 3.70 12 6 18 19.41 493051 Motorboat Mechanics 70 82 2.14 2 1 3 17.00 493053 Outdoor Power Equipment and Small Engine Mechanics 61 61 0.00 0 1 1 14.38 499000 Other Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations 8,885 10,387 2.11 190 164 354 NA 499011 Mechanical Door Repairers 35 43 2.86 1 1 2 16.95 499012 Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except Door 122 124 0.20 0 2 2 21.86 499021 Heating, A.C., and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers 1,093 1,374 3.21 35 17 52 20.85 499031 Home Appliance Repairers 293 322 1.24 4 4 8 19.45 499041 Industrial Machinery Mechanics 760 856 1.58 12 11 23 21.11 499042 Maintenance and Repair Workers, General 3,366 3,805 1.63 55 50 105 16.57 499043 Maintenance Workers, Machinery 126 149 2.28 3 2 5 14.05 499051 Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers 99 126 3.41 3 3 6 25.33 499052 Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers 336 357 0.78 3 5 8 19.24 499069 Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers, All Other 127 114 -1.28 0 4 4 24.56 499091 Vending and Amusement Machine Servicers & Repairers 91 109 2.47 2 3 5 12.56 499096 Riggers 72 89 2.95 2 1 3 16.90 499097 Signal and Track Switch Repairers 61 55 -1.23 0 1 1 NA 499099 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other 1,024 1,225 2.45 25 15 40 13.73 510000 Production Occupations 19,260 20,977 1.11 267 384 651 NA 511011 First-Line Superv. of Production and Operating Workers 1,275 1,416 1.38 18 17 35 26.82 512000 Assemblers and Fabricators 3,625 4,350 2.50 91 78 169 NA 512041 Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters 330 425 3.60 12 7 19 14.33 513000 Food Processing Workers 1,495 1,513 0.15 4 42 46 NA 513021 Butchers and Meat Cutters 420 430 0.30 1 13 14 14.10 513022 Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers 179 202 1.61 3 6 9 12.32Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 24
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 513092 Food Batchmakers 48 46 -0.52 0 1 1 15.66 514000 Metal Workers and Plastic Workers 3,402 3,812 1.51 54 71 125 NA 514021 Extruding & Drawing Machine Setters & Operators; M&P 159 170 0.86 1 3 4 11.56 514032 Drilling & Boring Machine Tool Setters & Operators; M&P 51 38 -3.19 0 0 0 12.98 514033 Grinding/Lapping/Polishing Machine Tool Operators; M&P 43 44 0.29 0 1 1 13.08 514041 Machinists 985 1,103 1.50 15 13 28 18.97 514072 Molding & Casting Machine Setters & Operators; M & P 79 83 0.63 1 2 3 19.07 514111 Tool and Die Makers 66 69 0.57 0 0 0 21.84 514121 Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers 1,002 1,195 2.41 24 31 55 17.07 514193 Plating & Coating Machine Setters & Operators; M & P 123 118 -0.51 0 3 3 NA 515000 Printing Workers 571 529 -0.92 0 10 10 NA 515011 Bindery Workers 51 38 -3.19 0 1 1 13.61 515023 Printing Machine Operators 355 340 -0.53 0 7 7 17.24 516000 Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers 1,461 1,551 0.77 15 16 31 NA 516011 Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers 513 520 0.17 1 9 10 9.09 516021 Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials 251 224 -1.34 0 1 1 9.28 516031 Sewing Machine Operators 281 305 1.07 3 2 5 12.41 517000 Woodworkers 425 422 -0.09 5 9 14 NA 517011 Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters 169 139 -2.22 0 4 4 16.51 517021 Furniture Finishers 58 49 -1.94 0 1 1 11.49 517041 Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Wood 18 23 3.47 1 0 1 13.77 517042 Woodworking Machine Setters & Operators, Exc. Sawing 88 94 0.85 1 2 3 15.08 517099 Woodworkers, All Other 88 113 3.55 3 2 5 12.73 518000 Plant and System Operators 419 441 0.66 3 10 13 NA 518099 Plant and System Operators, All Other 41 44 0.91 0 1 1 18.91 519000 Other Production Occupations 6,587 6,943 0.68 78 131 209 NA 519011 Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders 23 21 -1.09 0 0 0 22.47 519023 Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, and Operators 316 376 2.37 8 5 13 14.62 519032 Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders 122 131 0.92 1 3 4 19.24 519061 Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers 774 876 1.65 13 13 26 17.62Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 25
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 519081 Dental Laboratory Technicians 294 338 1.87 6 6 12 19.40 519082 Medical Appliance Technicians 75 88 2.17 2 2 4 19.65 519083 Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians 116 127 1.19 1 2 3 14.92 519121 Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Operators 198 240 2.65 5 5 10 14.14 519132 Photographic Processing Machine Operators 178 149 -2.04 0 5 5 11.10 519195 Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Exc. Metal and Plastic 333 220 -4.24 0 15 15 18.31 519198 Helpers - Production Workers 942 1,099 2.08 20 17 37 12.51 519199 Production Workers, All Other 297 338 1.73 5 7 12 12.89 530000 Transportation and Material-Moving Occupations 33,939 38,052 1.51 545 804 1,349 NA 531000 Supervisors, Transportation and Material Moving Workers 1,437 1,541 0.90 13 24 37 NA 531021 First-Line Superv of Helpers, Laborers & Material-Movers, Hand 592 661 1.46 9 10 19 21.21 531031 First-Line Superv. of Material-Moving Vehicle Operators 837 870 0.49 4 14 18 26.03 532000 Air Transportation Workers 688 661 -0.49 4 23 27 NA 532012 Commercial Pilots 114 145 3.40 4 4 8 36.46 532021 Air Traffic Controllers 510 454 -1.37 0 17 17 NA 532022 Airfield Operations Specialists 46 46 0.00 0 2 2 23.91 533000 Motor Vehicle Operators 15,445 17,686 1.81 298 269 567 NA 533021 Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity 454 529 2.06 9 8 17 17.73 533022 Bus Drivers, School 1,250 1,106 -1.44 0 21 21 11.08 533031 Driver/Sales Workers 1,043 1,142 1.19 12 18 30 12.37 533032 Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer 7,864 9,241 2.19 172 138 310 18.23 533033 Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services 3,806 4,415 2.00 76 67 143 14.00 533041 Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs 624 808 3.69 23 11 34 10.25 533099 Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other 361 397 1.25 5 6 11 10.06 534000 Rail Transportation Workers 635 615 -0.39 0 21 21 NA 534013 Rail Yard Engineers, Dinkey Operators, and Hostlers 12 12 0.00 0 0 0 NA 534099 Rail Transportation Workers, All Other 176 163 -0.92 0 6 6 NA 535000 Water Transportation Workers 335 406 2.65 9 14 23 NA 535011 Sailors and Marine Oilers 81 96 2.31 2 3 5 15.56 535021 Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels 224 277 2.96 7 9 16 NASource: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 26
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 536000 Other Transportation Workers 466 489 0.62 3 17 20 NA 536021 Parking Lot Attendants 193 200 0.45 1 7 8 9.11 536031 Service Station Attendants 56 62 1.34 1 2 3 14.49 536051 Transportation Inspectors 50 53 0.75 0 1 1 20.11 537000 Material Moving Workers 14,933 16,654 1.44 218 437 655 NA 537021 Crane and Tower Operators 529 593 1.51 8 12 20 19.58 537032 Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators 338 396 2.14 7 10 17 16.40 537051 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators 1,619 1,876 1.98 32 48 80 14.21 537061 Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment 1,438 1,582 1.25 18 53 71 10.31Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 27
    • FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation* * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time. NA Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly* Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) soc OccTtl cur prj gpct aog aosep aotot wg 537063 Machine Feeders and Offbearers 167 151 -1.20 0 2 2 14.71 537064 Packers and Packagers, Hand 1,849 1,947 0.66 12 30 42 10.76 * Hourly wages for teaching occupations were calculated using a 40-hour work week for 9½ months per year. NA - Not available for this occupationSource: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 28
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect NA NA NA 4 5 NA 5 5 5 NA 5 4 5 4 4 NA 4 1 4 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 5 5 4 4 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 29
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 4 NA NA 3 4 4 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 4 4 NA 5 3 3 5 5 3 5 4 4 5 3 NA NA 4 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 30
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 5 3 4 4 3 3 NA 6 NA NA 6 5 NA 5 5 5 5 5 5 NA 3 3 3 4 3 4 4 4 3 NA Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 31
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect NA 5 5 5 5 6 NA 5 NA 5 6 6 5 NA 4 4 NA NA 5 6 6 6 5 3 3 NA 5 5 NA NA Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 32
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 5 5 NA 3 5 3 NA NA 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 6 4 6 6 6 6 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 33
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 6 6 6 5 4 4 NA 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 NA 5 3 NA 6 5 4 NA 5 3 NA NA 5 3 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 34
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 4 4 3 4 4 2 NA 5 2 2 1 1 NA 3 5 5 5 4 4 NA 4 4 3 4 4 4 NA NA 6 5 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 35
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 4 6 5 5 4 6 5 6 6 NA 4 4 4 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 36
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 3 4 4 5 3 NA 5 3 NA NA 3 3 NA 4 4 3 NA 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 NA NA 3 4 3 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 37
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 3 NA 3 3 NA 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 NA 1 4 3 1 NA NA 3 3 NA 1 3 1 NA 1 1 1 1 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 38
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 1 NA 1 1 1 NA NA 3 NA 3 NA 1 1 NA NA NA 1 1 1 NA 2 NA 3 3 3 NA 1 2 2 NA Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 39
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 3 2 4 3 NA NA 3 4 NA 2 2 3 2 NA 3 3 5 3 2 NA 3 3 NA 3 2 3 NA 4 NA 2 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 40
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 2 NA 2 2 4 2 3 NA 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 NA 3 1 3 2 2 2 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 41
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 2 2 3 2 NA 3 3 3 NA 3 2 2 2 2 NA 4 NA 3 1 2 NA 2 NA 4 NA 3 3 3 3 1 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 42
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 2 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 NA 1 1 1 1 1 NA 3 2 2 1 3 NA 3 NA 3 3 3 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 43
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect NA 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 NA 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 2 2 NA 3 NA 3 NA 2 1 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 44
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 1 NA 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 2 NA 2 3 NA 2 1 1 NA 3 1 2 2 1 NA 3 NA 2 2 2 2 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 45
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 3 3 3 2 1 2 1 1 NA NA 2 3 NA 3 3 4 NA 3 3 2 3 3 1 3 NA 2 2 NA 3 3 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 46
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect NA 1 1 2 NA 3 2 3 1 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 47
    • A JOBS by Occupation*c downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast Education Code ect 1 1 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 48
    • FASTEST-GROWING OCCUPATIONS** Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecastincludes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly*Rank Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Education Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train 1 151081 Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts 1,251 1,821 5.70 71 22 93 34.84 3 2 311011 Home Health Aides 1,028 1,477 5.46 56 10 66 10.57 3 3 291071 Physician Assistants 288 396 4.69 14 5 19 44.16 5 4 473013 Helpers - Electricians 889 1,206 4.46 40 19 59 12.91 1 5 473015 Helpers - Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 339 460 4.46 15 7 22 12.61 1 6 131051 Cost Estimators 778 1,046 4.31 34 17 51 30.52 4 7 132052 Personal Financial Advisors 1,143 1,526 4.19 48 12 60 30.38 5 8 472061 Construction Laborers 2,777 3,695 4.13 115 18 133 12.23 1 9 131071 Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists 893 1,173 3.92 35 23 58 20.55 4 10 292052 Pharmacy Technicians 1,156 1,508 3.81 44 28 72 14.01 3 11 493042 Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines 311 403 3.70 12 6 18 19.41 3 12 533041 Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs 624 808 3.69 23 11 34 10.25 1 13 172112 Industrial Engineers 605 783 3.68 22 15 37 32.90 5 14 512041 Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters 330 425 3.60 12 7 19 14.33 3 15 472152 Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 2,330 2,990 3.54 82 46 129 17.89 3 16 319092 Medical Assistants 2,867 3,680 3.54 102 31 133 13.98 3 17 151031 Computer Software Engineers, Applications 1,809 2,304 3.42 62 14 76 41.59 4 18 471011 First-Line Superv. of Construction and Extraction Workers 2,759 3,509 3.40 94 52 146 27.43 4 19 292056 Veterinary Technologists and Technicians 368 467 3.36 12 9 21 13.44 4 20 173031 Surveying and Mapping Technicians 431 545 3.31 14 8 22 17.09 3 21 119021 Construction Managers 1,722 2,174 3.28 56 12 69 61.41 4 22 119041 Engineering Managers 397 501 3.27 13 8 21 51.83 5 23 499021 Heating, A.C., and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers 1,093 1,374 3.21 35 17 52 20.85 3 24 292055 Surgical Technologists 441 553 3.17 14 11 25 18.06 3 25 211022 Medical and Public Health Social Workers 351 440 3.17 11 9 20 23.13 6 26 472111 Electricians 1,944 2,412 3.01 58 46 105 21.18 3 27 472151 Pipelayers 284 352 2.99 8 6 15 14.91 3 28 131121 Meeting and Convention Planners 352 436 2.98 10 8 19 18.45 4 29 131073 Training and Development Specialists 918 1,136 2.97 27 24 51 24.59 5 30 472031 Carpenters 2,727 3,374 2.97 81 33 114 17.78 3 31 472051 Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers 370 456 2.91 11 9 20 18.51 3 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 49
    • FASTEST-GROWING OCCUPATIONS** Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecastincludes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly*Rank Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Education Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train 32 474011 Construction and Building Inspectors 346 426 2.89 10 7 17 25.52 3 33 292021 Dental Hygienists 586 721 2.88 17 12 29 26.01 4 34 292061 Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 2,187 2,690 2.87 63 68 131 19.54 3 35 472081 Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers 302 371 2.86 9 3 12 14.60 3 36 435011 Cargo and Freight Agents 600 736 2.83 17 14 31 14.34 3 37 292031 Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians 428 524 2.80 12 6 18 19.76 3 38 436013 Medical Secretaries 981 1,200 2.79 27 13 40 14.21 3 39 399031 Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors 758 926 2.77 21 14 35 15.25 2 40 319091 Dental Assistants 914 1,116 2.76 25 17 42 15.60 3 41 291111 Registered Nurses 10,318 12,582 2.74 283 172 455 29.90 4 42 112022 Sales Managers 1,192 1,453 2.74 33 26 59 61.27 5 43 193021 Market Research Analysts 477 581 2.73 13 13 26 26.80 5 44 291122 Occupational Therapists 394 479 2.70 11 7 18 34.31 5 45 291123 Physical Therapists 595 720 2.63 16 7 23 40.06 5 46 291126 Respiratory Therapists 391 473 2.62 10 7 17 23.58 4 47 171011 Architects, Except Landscape and Naval 398 481 2.61 10 7 17 28.39 6 48 413031 Securities and Financial Services Sales Agents 2,124 2,563 2.58 55 65 120 40.41 5 49 291051 Pharmacists 1,014 1,221 2.55 26 22 48 50.73 6 50 151041 Computer Support Specialists 3,858 4,646 2.55 98 106 205 20.11 3 51 273031 Public Relations Specialists 985 1,183 2.51 25 23 48 26.35 5 52 151032 Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software 747 896 2.49 19 6 25 46.75 5 53 131041 Compliance Officers, Exc. Safety, Agri, Constr & Transp. 1,065 1,276 2.48 26 10 36 24.09 3 54 311012 Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants 4,821 5,749 2.41 116 46 162 11.87 3 55 514121 Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers 1,002 1,195 2.41 24 31 55 17.07 3 56 519023 Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, and Operators 316 376 2.37 8 5 13 14.62 2 57 492098 Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers 735 874 2.36 17 12 29 16.72 3 58 132011 Accountants and Auditors 4,944 5,874 2.35 116 81 197 28.71 5 59 291127 Speech and Language Pathologists 335 398 2.35 8 6 14 36.09 6 60 433021 Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators 2,204 2,614 2.33 51 35 86 14.44 2 61 353021 Food Preparation & Serving Workers, Including Fast Food 7,841 9,299 2.32 182 159 341 8.45 1 62 292034 Radiologic Technologists and Technicians 1,022 1,210 2.30 24 14 38 24.10 3 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 50
    • FASTEST-GROWING OCCUPATIONS** Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecastincludes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly*Rank Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Education Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train 63 414011 Sales Representatives, Wholesale & Mfg, Tech. & Sci. Products 1,710 2,025 2.30 39 39 78 42.43 3 64 151071 Network and Computer Systems Administrators 933 1,100 2.24 21 15 36 30.68 4 65 412031 Retail Salespersons 13,774 16,192 2.19 302 390 692 12.52 2 66 533032 Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer 7,864 9,241 2.19 172 138 310 18.23 3 67 434051 Customer Service Representatives 15,252 17,919 2.19 333 478 811 15.28 3 68 292032 Diagnostic Medical Sonographers 343 403 2.19 8 5 13 28.49 3 69 212021 Directors, Religious Activities and Education 770 905 2.19 17 15 32 17.95 5 70 252011 Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education 1,726 2,027 2.18 38 34 72 11.02 4 71 393031 Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers 869 1,020 2.17 19 61 80 8.43 1 72 173011 Architectural and Civil Drafters 443 520 2.17 10 9 19 20.86 3 73 132041 Credit Analysts 647 759 2.16 14 11 25 32.03 3 74 212011 Clergy 640 750 2.15 14 12 26 20.05 5 75 152031 Operations Research Analysts 526 616 2.14 11 15 26 26.17 6 76 537032 Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators 338 396 2.14 7 10 17 16.40 2 77 132051 Financial Analysts 552 646 2.13 12 10 22 32.46 5 78 119111 Medical and Health Services Managers 474 554 2.11 10 9 19 47.26 5 79 414012 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Other 5,365 6,272 2.11 113 123 236 27.55 3 80 435021 Couriers and Messengers 362 423 2.11 8 8 16 12.74 1 81 493023 Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics 2,985 3,482 2.08 62 56 118 18.17 3 82 519198 Helpers - Production Workers 942 1,099 2.08 20 17 37 12.51 1 83 292071 Medical Records and Health Information Technicians 649 756 2.06 13 13 26 15.69 4 84 533021 Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity 454 529 2.06 9 8 17 17.73 3 85 131023 Purchasing Agents, Except Farm Products & Trade 902 1,050 2.05 18 23 42 26.54 4 86 434171 Receptionists and Information Clerks 3,835 4,448 2.00 77 105 182 12.31 2 87 252041 Special Education Teachers, Preschool - Elementary 400 464 2.00 8 10 18 NA 5 88 533033 Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services 3,806 4,415 2.00 76 67 143 14.00 3 89 472141 Painters, Construction and Maintenance 1,773 2,055 1.99 35 30 65 13.47 3 90 537051 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators 1,619 1,876 1.98 32 48 80 14.21 3 91 251071 Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary 820 949 1.97 16 14 30 100.44 6 92 253021 Self-Enrichment Education Teachers 996 1,153 1.97 20 15 35 16.65 3 93 373011 Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers 3,872 4,462 1.90 74 46 120 11.46 1 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 51
    • FASTEST-GROWING OCCUPATIONS** Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecastincludes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly*Rank Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Education Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train 94 319093 Medical Equipment Preparers 461 531 1.90 9 5 14 11.84 3 95 519081 Dental Laboratory Technicians 294 338 1.87 6 6 12 19.40 3 96 433031 Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 7,463 8,568 1.85 138 89 227 15.78 4 97 434011 Brokerage Clerks 374 429 1.84 7 11 18 19.03 2 98 272022 Coaches and Scouts 430 493 1.83 8 8 16 27.73 2 99 434081 Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks 524 600 1.81 10 18 28 9.64 2100 112021 Marketing Managers 314 359 1.79 6 7 13 58.38 5This table includes occupations with a minimum of 260 jobs in 2010.* Hourly wages for teaching occupations were calculated using a 40-hour work week for 9½ months per year.NA - Not available for this occupation Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 52
    • OCCUPATIONS GAINING THE MOST NEW JOBS** Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecastincludes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly*Rank Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Education Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train 1 434051 Customer Service Representatives 15,252 17,919 2.19 333 478 811 15.28 3 2 412031 Retail Salespersons 13,774 16,192 2.19 302 390 692 12.52 2 3 291111 Registered Nurses 10,318 12,582 2.74 283 172 455 29.90 4 4 353021 Food Preparation & Serving Workers, Including Fast Food 7,841 9,299 2.32 182 159 341 8.45 1 5 533032 Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer 7,864 9,241 2.19 172 138 310 18.23 3 6 439061 Office Clerks, General 9,678 10,989 1.69 164 130 294 12.23 2 7 433031 Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 7,463 8,568 1.85 138 89 227 15.78 4 8 435081 Stock Clerks and Order Fillers 9,159 10,251 1.49 136 213 350 11.11 2 9 436014 Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive 8,832 9,913 1.53 135 119 254 14.16 3 10 132011 Accountants and Auditors 4,944 5,874 2.35 116 81 197 28.71 5 11 311012 Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants 4,821 5,749 2.41 116 46 162 11.87 3 12 472061 Construction Laborers 2,777 3,695 4.13 115 18 133 12.23 1 13 414012 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Other 5,365 6,272 2.11 113 123 236 27.55 3 14 412011 Cashiers 11,785 12,628 0.89 105 572 677 8.92 2 15 319092 Medical Assistants 2,867 3,680 3.54 102 31 133 13.98 3 16 151041 Computer Support Specialists 3,858 4,646 2.55 98 106 205 20.11 3 17 436011 Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants 5,933 6,716 1.65 98 80 178 19.03 3 18 471011 First-Line Superv. of Construction and Extraction Workers 2,759 3,509 3.40 94 52 146 27.43 4 19 431011 First-Line Superv. of Office and Admin. Support Workers 5,588 6,269 1.52 85 123 208 23.61 4 20 472152 Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 2,330 2,990 3.54 82 46 129 17.89 3 21 472031 Carpenters 2,727 3,374 2.97 81 33 114 17.78 3 22 411011 First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers 5,792 6,418 1.35 78 123 201 20.68 3 23 434171 Receptionists and Information Clerks 3,835 4,448 2.00 77 105 182 12.31 2 24 533033 Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services 3,806 4,415 2.00 76 67 143 14.00 3 25 373011 Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers 3,872 4,462 1.90 74 46 120 11.46 1 26 151081 Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts 1,251 1,821 5.70 71 22 93 34.84 3 27 292061 Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 2,187 2,690 2.87 63 68 131 19.54 3 28 433011 Bill and Account Collectors 4,008 4,506 1.55 62 76 138 15.61 2 29 493023 Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics 2,985 3,482 2.08 62 56 118 18.17 3 30 151031 Computer Software Engineers, Applications 1,809 2,304 3.42 62 14 76 41.59 4 31 472111 Electricians 1,944 2,412 3.01 58 46 105 21.18 3 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 53
    • OCCUPATIONS GAINING THE MOST NEW JOBS** Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecastincludes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly*Rank Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Education Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train 32 119021 Construction Managers 1,722 2,174 3.28 56 12 69 61.41 4 33 311011 Home Health Aides 1,028 1,477 5.46 56 10 66 10.57 3 34 499042 Maintenance and Repair Workers, General 3,366 3,805 1.63 55 50 105 16.57 3 35 413031 Securities and Financial Services Sales Agents 2,124 2,563 2.58 55 65 120 40.41 5 36 433021 Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators 2,204 2,614 2.33 51 35 86 14.44 2 37 252021 Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education 2,816 3,207 1.74 49 63 112 28.09 5 38 132052 Personal Financial Advisors 1,143 1,526 4.19 48 12 60 30.38 5 39 132072 Loan Officers 2,618 2,977 1.71 45 27 72 28.95 4 40 292052 Pharmacy Technicians 1,156 1,508 3.81 44 28 72 14.01 3 41 339032 Security Guards 5,063 5,380 0.78 40 104 144 10.56 3 42 473013 Helpers - Electricians 889 1,206 4.46 40 19 59 12.91 1 43 414011 Sales Representatives, Wholesale & Mfg, Tech. & Sci. Products 1,710 2,025 2.30 39 39 78 42.43 3 44 419022 Real Estate Sales Agents 2,218 2,526 1.74 38 35 74 19.43 3 45 252011 Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education 1,726 2,027 2.18 38 34 72 11.02 4 46 353031 Waiters and Waitresses 8,011 8,312 0.47 38 449 487 9.84 1 47 472141 Painters, Construction and Maintenance 1,773 2,055 1.99 35 30 65 13.47 3 48 499021 Heating, A.C., and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers 1,093 1,374 3.21 35 17 52 20.85 3 49 131071 Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists 893 1,173 3.92 35 23 58 20.55 4 50 131111 Management Analysts 3,672 3,947 0.94 34 61 95 34.48 5 51 411012 First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers 2,200 2,469 1.53 34 45 79 42.25 4 52 131051 Cost Estimators 778 1,046 4.31 34 17 51 30.52 4 53 399011 Child Care Workers 3,309 3,571 0.99 33 98 131 10.12 3 54 112022 Sales Managers 1,192 1,453 2.74 33 26 59 61.27 5 55 537051 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators 1,619 1,876 1.98 32 48 80 14.21 3 56 435071 Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks 2,808 3,048 1.07 30 70 100 14.35 3 57 151051 Computer Systems Analysts 1,807 2,042 1.63 29 38 67 33.08 4 58 436013 Medical Secretaries 981 1,200 2.79 27 13 40 14.21 3 59 434131 Loan Interviewers and Clerks 2,770 2,989 0.99 27 66 93 17.52 3 60 131073 Training and Development Specialists 918 1,136 2.97 27 24 51 24.59 5 61 131041 Compliance Officers, Exc. Safety, Agri, Constr & Transp. 1,065 1,276 2.48 26 10 36 24.09 3 62 291051 Pharmacists 1,014 1,221 2.55 26 22 48 50.73 6 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 54
    • OCCUPATIONS GAINING THE MOST NEW JOBS** Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecastincludes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly*Rank Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Education Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train 63 319091 Dental Assistants 914 1,116 2.76 25 17 42 15.60 3 64 273031 Public Relations Specialists 985 1,183 2.51 25 23 48 26.35 5 65 514121 Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers 1,002 1,195 2.41 24 31 55 17.07 3 66 292034 Radiologic Technologists and Technicians 1,022 1,210 2.30 24 14 38 24.10 3 67 351012 First-Line Superv. of Food Preparation & Serving Workers 2,113 2,299 1.10 23 19 42 15.98 3 68 533041 Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs 624 808 3.69 23 11 34 10.25 1 69 352011 Cooks, Fast Food 1,369 1,550 1.65 23 36 59 8.39 1 70 172112 Industrial Engineers 605 783 3.68 22 15 37 32.90 5 71 259041 Teacher Assistants 1,881 2,055 1.16 22 39 61 14.18 3 72 252022 Middle School Teachers, Exc. Special & Voc. Education 1,248 1,417 1.69 21 28 49 27.68 5 73 111021 General and Operations Managers 3,435 3,603 0.61 21 98 119 46.59 4 74 399031 Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors 758 926 2.77 21 14 35 15.25 2 75 151071 Network and Computer Systems Administrators 933 1,100 2.24 21 15 36 30.68 4 76 352021 Food Preparation Workers 3,008 3,171 0.68 20 114 134 9.21 1 77 352014 Cooks, Restaurant 3,337 3,495 0.59 20 88 108 11.03 3 78 253021 Self-Enrichment Education Teachers 996 1,153 1.97 20 15 35 16.65 3 79 519198 Helpers - Production Workers 942 1,099 2.08 20 17 37 12.51 1 80 353022 Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, and Coffee Shop 1,349 1,501 1.41 19 115 134 8.60 1 81 393031 Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers 869 1,020 2.17 19 61 80 8.43 1 82 151032 Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software 747 896 2.49 19 6 25 46.75 5 83 131023 Purchasing Agents, Except Farm Products & Trade 902 1,050 2.05 18 23 42 26.54 4 84 359021 Dishwashers 2,052 2,199 0.90 18 93 111 8.50 1 85 537061 Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment 1,438 1,582 1.25 18 53 71 10.31 1 86 511011 First-Line Superv. of Production and Operating Workers 1,275 1,416 1.38 18 17 35 26.82 3 87 491011 First-Line Superv. of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers 1,460 1,601 1.21 18 37 55 29.14 3 88 492098 Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers 735 874 2.36 17 12 29 16.72 3 89 271024 Graphic Designers 978 1,115 1.75 17 30 47 20.32 4 90 435011 Cargo and Freight Agents 600 736 2.83 17 14 31 14.34 3 91 412021 Counter and Rental Clerks 1,483 1,619 1.15 17 41 58 13.49 2 92 212021 Directors, Religious Activities and Education 770 905 2.19 17 15 32 17.95 5 93 292021 Dental Hygienists 586 721 2.88 17 12 29 26.01 4 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 55
    • OCCUPATIONS GAINING THE MOST NEW JOBS** Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecastincludes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.Duval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly*Rank Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Education Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train 94 251071 Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary 820 949 1.97 16 14 30 100.44 6 95 291123 Physical Therapists 595 720 2.63 16 7 23 40.06 5 96 473015 Helpers - Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 339 460 4.46 15 7 22 12.61 1 97 514041 Machinists 985 1,103 1.50 15 13 28 18.97 3 98 413021 Insurance Sales Agents 4,866 4,983 0.30 15 112 127 25.74 3 99 252031 Secondary School Teachers, Exc. Special and Voc. Ed. 1,422 1,539 1.03 15 41 56 29.01 5100 173031 Surveying and Mapping Technicians 431 545 3.31 14 8 22 17.09 3* Hourly wages for teaching occupations were calculated using a 40-hour work week for 9½ months per year. Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 56
    • DECLINING OR SLOW-GROWTH OCCUPATIONS NADuval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly*Rank Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Education Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train 1 435053 Postal Service Mail Sorters and Processors 1,054 874 -2.13 -22 10 10 24.63 2 2 419041 Telemarketers 1,655 1,479 -1.33 -22 44 44 11.47 2 3 434071 File Clerks 1,078 914 -1.90 -20 27 27 12.35 2 4 533022 Bus Drivers, School 1,250 1,106 -1.44 -18 21 21 11.08 3 5 434151 Order Clerks 995 869 -1.58 -16 28 28 14.13 2 6 519195 Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Exc. Metal and Plastic 333 220 -4.24 -14 15 15 18.31 2 7 434111 Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan 1,441 1,331 -0.95 -14 35 35 14.61 2 8 434061 Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs 924 823 -1.37 -13 21 21 19.75 2 9 439041 Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks 2,006 1,933 -0.45 -9 25 25 15.07 2 10 532021 Air Traffic Controllers 510 454 -1.37 -7 17 17 NA 3 11 493011 Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians 837 798 -0.58 -5 16 16 24.10 3 12 439071 Office Machine Operators, Except Computer 292 260 -1.37 -4 10 10 11.59 2 13 517011 Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters 169 139 -2.22 -4 4 4 16.51 3 14 519132 Photographic Processing Machine Operators 178 149 -2.04 -4 5 5 11.10 1 15 516021 Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials 251 224 -1.34 -3 1 1 9.28 1 16 432011 Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service 322 304 -0.70 -2 7 7 10.95 2 17 537063 Machine Feeders and Offbearers 167 151 -1.20 -2 2 2 14.71 1 18 433051 Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks 497 482 -0.38 -2 12 12 17.81 2 19 515023 Printing Machine Operators 355 340 -0.53 -2 7 7 17.24 3 20 435051 Postal Service Clerks 226 212 -0.77 -2 5 5 25.62 2 21 515011 Bindery Workers 51 38 -3.19 -2 1 1 13.61 2 22 514032 Drilling & Boring Machine Tool Setters & Operators; M&P 51 38 -3.19 -2 0 0 12.98 2 23 435032 Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance 811 798 -0.20 -2 16 16 17.21 2 24 333051 Police and Sheriffs Patrol Officers 1,874 1,862 -0.08 -2 47 47 25.26 3 25 132081 Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents 393 382 -0.35 -1 14 14 NA 5 26 434021 Correspondence Clerks 100 90 -1.25 -1 3 3 12.33 2 27 113071 Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers 404 394 -0.31 -1 11 11 44.44 4 28 119012 Farmers and Ranchers 109 99 -1.15 -1 1 1 NA 1 29 132082 Tax Preparers 381 372 -0.30 -1 6 6 10.23 3 30 517021 Furniture Finishers 58 49 -1.94 -1 1 1 11.49 1 31 331012 First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives 251 243 -0.40 -1 11 11 37.54 4 32 232093 Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers 511 503 -0.20 -1 7 7 19.74 3 33 452092 Farmworkers & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse 160 154 -0.47 -1 4 4 11.52 1 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 57
    • DECLINING OR SLOW-GROWTH OCCUPATIONS NADuval County 2010 Annual Average Annual Openings Average Occupation Employment Percent Due To Due To Hourly*Rank Code Title 2010 2018 Change Growth Separations Total Wage ($) Education Code SOC New Title curr proj GPct aopeng aopenr aopent mnwage Train 34 499097 Signal and Track Switch Repairers 61 55 -1.23 -1 1 1 NA 2 35 514193 Plating & Coating Machine Setters & Operators; M & P 123 118 -0.51 -1 3 3 NA 2 36 111031 Legislators 65 61 -0.77 0 2 2 26.97 5 37 132053 Insurance Underwriters 644 640 -0.08 0 19 19 25.52 3 38 439031 Desktop Publishers 53 49 -0.94 0 1 1 15.87 3 39 319095 Pharmacy Aides 168 164 -0.30 0 2 2 9.56 3 40 333052 Transit and Railroad Police 31 28 -1.21 0 1 1 NA 3 41 435041 Meter Readers, Utilities 36 33 -1.04 0 1 1 14.45 2 42 513092 Food Batchmakers 48 46 -0.52 0 1 1 15.66 1 43 231021 Admin. Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers 57 55 -0.44 0 1 1 NA 5 44 259021 Farm and Home Management Advisors 54 52 -0.46 0 1 1 24.43 5 45 519011 Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders 23 21 -1.09 0 0 0 22.47 2 46 191023 Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists 27 26 -0.46 0 1 1 26.75 5 47 331011 First-Line Supervisors of Correctional Officers 91 90 -0.14 0 3 3 NA 3 48 434031 Court, Municipal, and License Clerks 295 295 0.00 0 8 8 15.56 2 49 333011 Bailiffs 51 51 0.00 0 1 1 18.22 3 50 331021 First-Line Superv. of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers 73 73 0.00 0 4 4 37.00 3This table includes occupations with a minimum of 20 jobs in 2010.* Hourly wages for teaching occupations were calculated using a 40-hour work week for 9½ months per year.NA - Not available for this occupation Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010 58