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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.

      Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties

           Industry                                                                                      Employment                Annual Change
          Code      Title                                                                    2010                     2018        Total        Percent


                    Total, All Industries                                                    32,862                   36,277         427          1.30

          11        Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting                                     573                   559          -2         -0.31

          111       Crop Production                                                                196                   251           7          3.51
          112       Animal Production                                                               51                    60           1          2.21
          113       Forestry and Logging                                                           280                   220          -8         -2.68
          115       Support Activities for Agriculture and Forestry                                 42                    24          -2         -5.36

          21        Mining                                                                          72                       87        2          2.60
          212       Mining (except Oil and Gas)                                                     62                       68        1          1.21

          23        Construction                                                               2,105                   2,624          65          3.08

          236       Construction of Buildings                                                    202                     286          10          5.20
          237       Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction                                   1,112                   1,250          17          1.55
          238       Specialty Trade Contractors                                                  791                   1,088          37          4.69

                    Manufacturing                                                              1,200                   1,414          27          2.23

                    Durable Goods Manufacturing                                                    720                   804          10          1.46
          321       Wood Product Manufacturing                                                     515                   552           5          0.90
          332       Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing                                          57                    64           1          1.54
          333       Machinery Manufacturing                                                         78                   111           4          5.29
          336       Transportation Equipment Manufacturing                                          16                    18           0          1.56
          337       Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing                                     15                     9          -1         -5.00




Source: 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.

      Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties

           Industry                                                                                      Employment             Annual Change
          Code      Title                                                                    2010                     2018     Total        Percent

                    Non-Durable Goods Manufacturing                                                480                   610       16          3.39
          311       Food Manufacturing                                                              23                    17       -1         -3.26
          326       Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing                                      19                    25        1          3.95

                    Trade, Transportation, and Utilities                                       5,311                   6,080       96            1.81

          22        Utilities                                                                      207                   236        4            1.75
          42        Wholesale Trade                                                                743                   850       13            1.80
          423       Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods                                            336                   414       10            2.90
          424       Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods                                         373                   393        2            0.67
          425       Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers                             34                    43        1            3.31

          44        Retail Trade                                                               3,496                   3,978       60          1.72
          441       Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers                                              431                     504        9          2.12
          442       Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores                                         80                      83        0          0.47
          443       Electronics and Appliance Stores                                              53                      66        2          3.07
          444       Building Material and Garden Supply Stores                                   283                     317        4          1.50
          445       Food and Beverage Stores                                                     771                     879       14          1.75
          446       Health and Personal Care Stores                                              232                     260        4          1.51
          447       Gasoline Stations                                                            397                     387       -1         -0.31
          448       Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores                                     128                     153        3          2.44
          451       Sporting Goods, Hobby, Book, and Music Stores                                 85                      98        2          1.91
          452       General Merchandise Stores                                                   931                   1,137       26          2.77
          453       Miscellaneous Store Retailers                                                 73                      74        0          0.17
          454       Nonstore Retailers                                                            32                      20       -2         -4.69




Source: 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.

      Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties

           Industry                                                                                      Employment             Annual Change
          Code      Title                                                                    2010                     2018     Total        Percent

          48        Transportation and Warehousing                                                 865                 1,016       19            2.18
          482       Rail Transportation                                                             38                    39        0            0.33
          484       Truck Transportation                                                           320                   397       10            3.01
          485       Transit and Ground Passenger Transport                                          50                    55        1            1.25
          488       Support Activities for Transportation                                           10                    16        1            7.50
          492       Couriers and Messengers                                                         77                    98        3            3.41

          51        Information                                                                    209                   187       -3         -1.32

          511       Publishing Industries                                                           35                    29       -1         -2.14
          515       Broadcasting (except Internet)                                                  26                    28        0          0.96
          517       Telecommunications                                                             137                   113       -3         -2.19

                    Financial Activities                                                           781                   924       18            2.29

          52        Finance and Insurance                                                          593                   700       13            2.26
          522       Credit Intermediation and Related Activities                                   402                   477        9            2.33
          524       Insurance Carriers and Related Activities                                      144                   174        4            2.60

          53        Real Estate and Rental and Leasing                                             188                   224        4            2.39
          531       Real Estate                                                                    127                   158        4            3.05
          532       Rental and Leasing Services                                                     61                    66        1            1.02

                    Professional and Business Services                                         1,095                   1,270       22            2.00

          54        Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services                               482                   563       10            2.10
          55        Management of Companies and Enterprises                                         12                    15        0            3.12
          56        Administrative and Support and Waste Management                                601                   692       11            1.89
          561       Administrative and Support Services                                            526                   604       10            1.85
          562       Waste Management and Remediation Service                                        75                    88        2            2.17


Source: 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.

      Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties

           Industry                                                                                      Employment             Annual Change
          Code      Title                                                                    2010                     2018     Total        Percent

                    Education and Health Services                                              4,225                   5,143      115            2.72

          61        Educational Services                                                         185                     241        7            3.78
          62        Health Care and Social Assistance                                          4,040                   4,902      108            2.67
          621       Ambulatory Health Care Services                                              833                   1,031       25            2.97
          622       Hospitals                                                                    469                     539        9            1.87
          623       Nursing and Residential Care Facilities                                    1,894                   2,339       56            2.94
          624       Social Assistance                                                            844                     993       19            2.21

                    Leisure and Hospitality                                                    2,331                   2,856       66            2.82

          71        Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation                                            312                   355        5            1.72
          713       Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries                                 130                   187        7            5.48

          72        Accommodation and Food Services                                            2,019                   2,501       60            2.98
          721       Accommodation                                                                154                     200        6            3.73
          722       Food Services and Drinking Places                                          1,865                   2,301       54            2.92

          81        Other Services (Except Government)                                         1,106                     974      -16         -1.49

          811       Repair and Maintenance                                                         171                   187        2          1.17
          812       Personal and Laundry Services                                                  160                   179        2          1.48
          813       Membership Associations and Organizations                                      775                   608      -21         -2.69

                    Government                                                               11,717                   11,866       19            0.16

                    Federal Government                                                           642                     574       -8         -1.32
                    State Government                                                           5,466                   5,278      -24         -0.43
                    Local Government                                                           5,609                   6,014       51          0.90

                    Self-Employed and Unpaid Family Workers                                    2,137                   2,293       20            0.91
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010                                                        4
                                               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 includes
the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties

              Industry                                                                                      Employment                    Annual Change
  Rank      Code Title                                                                              2010                 2018            Total        Percent
            naic    indtitle                                                                        curr                 proj    Achng              Aperch
     1      713     Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries                                    130                  187               7           5.48
     2      236     Construction of Buildings                                                         202                  286              10           5.20
     3      238     Specialty Trade Contractors                                                       791                1,088              37           4.69
     4      610     Educational Services                                                              185                  241               7           3.78
     5      721     Accommodation                                                                     154                  200               6           3.73
     6      111     Crop Production                                                                   196                  251               7           3.51
     7      531     Real Estate                                                                       127                  158               4           3.05
     8      484     Truck Transportation                                                              320                  397              10           3.01
     9      621     Ambulatory Health Care Services                                                   833                1,031              25           2.97
    10      623     Nursing and Residential Care Facilities                                         1,894                2,339              56           2.94
    11      722     Food Services and Drinking Places                                               1,865                2,301              54           2.92
    12      423     Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods                                               336                  414              10           2.90
    13      452     General Merchandise Stores                                                        931                1,137              26           2.77
    14      524     Insurance Carriers and Related Activities                                         144                  174               4           2.60
    15      448     Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores                                          128                  153               3           2.44
    16      522     Credit Intermediation and Related Activities                                      402                  477               9           2.33
    17      624     Social Assistance                                                                 844                  993              19           2.21
    18      441     Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers                                                   431                  504               9           2.12
    19      540     Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services                                  482                  563              10           2.10
    20      622     Hospitals                                                                         469                  539               9           1.87

This table includes industries with a minimum of 90 jobs in 2010.




 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010                                                           5
                                  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 includes
the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties

              Industry                                                                                      Employment               Annual Change
  Rank      Code Title                                                                              2010                 2018       Total        Percent
            naic    indtitle                                                                        curr                 proj      Achng          Aperch
     1      623     Nursing and Residential Care Facilities                                         1,894                2,339         56            2.94
     2      722     Food Services and Drinking Places                                               1,865                2,301         54            2.92
     3      930     Local Government                                                                5,609                6,014         51            0.90
     4      238     Specialty Trade Contractors                                                       791                1,088         37            4.69
     5      452     General Merchandise Stores                                                        931                1,137         26            2.77
     6      621     Ambulatory Health Care Services                                                   833                1,031         25            2.97
     7      624     Social Assistance                                                                 844                  993         19            2.21
     8      237     Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction                                        1,112                1,250         17            1.55
     9      445     Food and Beverage Stores                                                          771                  879         14            1.75
    10      236     Construction of Buildings                                                         202                  286         10            5.20
    11      540     Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services                                  482                  563         10            2.10
    12      423     Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods                                               336                  414         10            2.90
    13      561     Administrative and Support Services                                               526                  604         10            1.85
    14      484     Truck Transportation                                                              320                  397         10            3.01
    15      522     Credit Intermediation and Related Activities                                      402                  477          9            2.33
    16      441     Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers                                                   431                  504          9            2.12
    17      622     Hospitals                                                                         469                  539          9            1.87
    18      713     Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries                                    130                  187          7            5.48
    19      610     Educational Services                                                              185                  241          7            3.78
    20      111     Crop Production                                                                   196                  251          7            3.51




 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010                                                        6
                                                    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
Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                            2010
                                                                                                           Annual       Average Annual Openings           Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment              Percent   Due To     Due To                    Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2010      2018            Change    Growth Separations      Total        Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur          prj            gpct       aog         aosep         aotot           wg    ect
000000   Total, All Occupations                                                 32,912           36,277       1.28         478           738     1,216       NA      NA
110000   Management Occupations                                                     980           1,062       1.05          12            19         31      NA      NA
111000   Top Executives                                                             217             231       0.81           2             6          8      NA      NA
111021     General and Operations Managers                                          143             152       0.79           1             4          5    36.00      4
111031     Legislators                                                               36              36       0.00           0             1          1    17.59      5
112000   Marketing, Public Relations & Sales Managers                                17              24       5.15           1             0          1      NA      NA
113000   Operations Specialties Managers                                             78              84       0.96           1             2          3      NA      NA
113011     Administrative Services Managers                                          32              35       1.17           0             1          1    37.92      4
113071     Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers                        11              11       0.00           0             0          0    35.82      4
119000   Other Management Occupations                                               668             723       1.03           9            11         20      NA      NA
119011     Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers                              53              68       3.54           2             1          3      NA       4
119012     Farmers and Ranchers                                                     148             135      -1.10           0             1          1      NA       1
119021     Construction Managers                                                     93             116       3.09           3             1          4    45.55      4
119032     Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary                        55              61       1.36           1             2          3    51.50      5
119111     Medical and Health Services Managers                                      40              44       1.25           1             1          2    41.51      5
119131     Postmasters and Mail Superintendents                                      20              17      -1.88           0             0          0    31.29      4
119141     Property, Real Estate & Community Association Managers                    23              25       1.09           0             0          0    34.83      4
119199     Managers, All Other                                                      129             136       0.68           1             3          4    24.42      4
130000   Business and Financial Operations Occupations                            1,064           1,158       1.10          13            21         34      NA      NA
131000   Business Operations Specialists                                            634             680       0.91           6            14         20      NA      NA
131041     Compliance Officers, Exc. Safety, Agri, Constr & Transp.                  21              24       1.79           0             0          0    20.30      3
131051     Cost Estimators                                                           51              73       5.39           3             1          4    30.58      4
131071     Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists                        14              17       2.68           0             0          0    21.80      4
131111     Management Analysts                                                      188             189       0.07           0             3          3    37.47      5
131199     Business Operations Specialists, All Other                               211             208      -0.18           0             5          5    25.02      4
132000   Financial Specialists                                                      430             478       1.40           6             7         13      NA      NA
132011     Accountants and Auditors                                                 231             257       1.41           3             4          7    26.99      5
132021     Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate                                   33              35       0.76           0             1          1    18.00      3
132081     Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents                             20              19      -0.62           0             1          1      NA       5

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - September 2010                                                                    7
                                                    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
Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                           2010
                                                                                                           Annual       Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment              Percent   Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2010      2018            Change    Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur           prj           gpct       aog       aosep        aotot             wg    ect
132082     Tax Preparers                                                               14            15       0.89         0            0            0     9.37      3
150000   Computer and Mathematical Occupations                                        196           207       0.70         3            4            7      NA      NA
151000   Computer Specialists                                                         180           191       0.76         3            4            7      NA      NA
151041     Computer Support Specialists                                                66            59      -1.33         0            2            2    19.56      3
151071     Network and Computer Systems Administrators                                 15            18       2.50         0            0            0    23.87      4
151081     Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts                            37            50       4.39         2            1            3    21.75      3
152000   Mathematical Scientists                                                       16            16       0.00         0            0            0      NA      NA
152031     Operations Research Analysts                                                14            15       0.89         0            0            0    24.87      6
170000   Architecture and Engineering Occupations                                     520           540       0.48         3           10           13      NA      NA
171000   Architects, Surveyors, and Cartographers                                      66            70       0.76         1            1            2      NA      NA
172000   Engineers                                                                    262           271       0.43         2            5            7      NA      NA
172051     Civil Engineers                                                             80            84       0.62         1            1            2    37.06      5
172081     Environmental Engineers                                                     73            70      -0.51         0            2            2    23.37      5
172111     Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining                                  16            16       0.00         0            0            0    26.82      5
172199     Engineers, All Other                                                        40            40       0.00         0            1            1    33.02      5
173000   Drafters, Engineering, and Mapping Technicians                               192           199       0.46         1            4            5      NA      NA
173011     Architectural and Civil Drafters                                            17            18       0.74         0            0            0    15.22      3
173031     Surveying and Mapping Technicians                                           65            71       1.15         1            1            2    15.11      3
190000   Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations                               268           269       0.05         1            8            9      NA      NA
191000   Life Scientists                                                               60            60       0.00         0            1            1      NA      NA
192000   Physical Scientists                                                           42            41      -0.30         0            1            1      NA      NA
193000   Social Scientists and Related Workers                                        124           126       0.20         0            4            4      NA      NA
193031     Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists                              86            86       0.00         0            3            3      NA       6
194000   Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians                                42            42       0.00         0            2            2      NA      NA
194093     Forest and Conservation Technicians                                         13            12      -0.96         0            1            1    22.82      3
210000   Community and Social Services Occupations                                  1,113         1,102      -0.12         7           23           30      NA      NA
211000   Social Workers & Community & Social Service Specialists                      855           908       0.77         7           19           26      NA      NA
211012     Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors                              69            78       1.63         1            1            2    28.43      6
211014     Mental Health Counselors                                                    29            37       3.45         1            1            2    17.48      6

   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
Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                            2010
                                                                                                           Annual       Average Annual Openings           Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment              Percent   Due To     Due To                    Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2010      2018            Change    Growth Separations      Total        Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur           prj           gpct       aog        aosep        aotot             wg    ect
211019     Counselors, All Other                                                       17            19       1.47          0            0            0    19.82      6
211022     Medical and Public Health Social Workers                                    29            36       3.02          1            1            2    17.79      6
211023     Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers                            49            52       0.77          0            1            1    15.21      6
211029     Social Workers, All Other                                                   14            17       2.68          0            0            0    18.92      5
211092     Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists                  265           274       0.42          1            6            7      NA       3
211093     Social and Human Service Assistants                                         76            79       0.49          0            2            2    13.19      3
211099     Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other                         84            88       0.60          1            2            3    16.11      3
212011     Clergy                                                                     198           150      -3.03          0            4            4    19.32      5
230000   Legal Occupations                                                            110           117       0.80          1            2            3      NA      NA
231011     Lawyers                                                                     50            56       1.50          1            1            2    35.45      6
231023     Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates                                  13            11      -1.92          0            0            0    52.47      6
232000   Legal Support Workers                                                         46            49       0.82          0            1            1      NA      NA
250000   Education, Training, and Library Occupations                               2,607         2,937       1.58         42           53           95      NA      NA
251000   Postsecondary Teachers                                                        97           120       2.96          3            1            4      NA      NA
251199     Postsecondary Teachers, All Other                                           46            59       3.53          2            1            3      NA       4
252000   Primary, Secondary, and Special Education Teachers                         1,137         1,287       1.65         19           27           46      NA      NA
252012     Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education                             68            79       2.02          1            1            2    30.05      5
252021     Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education                       391           458       2.14          8            9           17    30.00      5
252022     Middle School Teachers, Exc. Special & Voc. Education                      167           196       2.17          4            4            8    29.36      5
252031     Secondary School Teachers, Exc. Special and Voc. Ed.                       246           278       1.63          4            7           11    30.79      5
252032     Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School                             80            85       0.78          1            2            3    25.28      5
252041     Special Education Teachers, Preschool - Elementary                          36            43       2.43          1            1            2    29.31      5
252042     Special Education Teachers, Middle School                                   11            12       1.14          0            0            0    29.74      5
252043     Special Education Teachers, Secondary School                                18            20       1.39          0            1            1    29.64      5
253000   Other Teachers and Instructors                                               767           847       1.30         10           12           22      NA      NA
253011     Literacy, Remedial and GED Teachers and Instructors                         38            40       0.66          0            1            1    22.70      5
253021     Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                                          25            27       1.00          0            0            0    20.58      3
253099     Teachers and Instructors, All Other                                        704           780       1.35         10           11           21    17.71      5
254000   Librarians, Curators, and Archivists                                          57            62       1.10          1            2            3      NA      NA

   Source: 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
Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                            2010
                                                                                                           Annual       Average Annual Openings           Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment              Percent   Due To     Due To                    Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2010      2018            Change    Growth Separations      Total        Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur           prj           gpct       aog        aosep        aotot             wg    ect
254021     Librarians                                                                  51            56       1.23          1            1            2    23.82      5
259000   Other Education, Training, and Library Occupations                           549           621       1.64          9           12           21      NA      NA
259021     Farm and Home Management Advisors                                           67            80       2.43          2            2            4    22.52      5
259041     Teacher Assistants                                                         429           485       1.63          7            9           16    12.81      3
259099     Education, Training, and Library Workers, All Other                         17            20       2.21          0            0            0    24.53      5
270000   Arts, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations                           233           243       0.54          2            6            8      NA      NA
271000   Art and Design Workers                                                        53            61       1.89          1            1            2      NA      NA
272000   Entertainers, Athletes and Related Workers                                    36            37       0.35          0            1            1      NA      NA
273000   Media and Communications Workers                                             115           112      -0.33          0            3            3      NA      NA
273022     Reporters and Correspondents                                                20            21       0.62          0            1            1     9.23      5
273031     Public Relations Specialists                                                66            61      -0.95          0            2            2    19.32      5
274000   Media and Communications Equipment Workers                                    29            33       1.72          1            1            2      NA      NA
274021     Photographers                                                               18            21       2.08          0            0            0     9.74      3
290000   Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations                         2,093         2,284       1.14         25           45           70      NA      NA
291000   Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners                               1,122         1,230       1.20         14           20           34      NA      NA
291021     Dentists, General                                                           41            43       0.61          0            1            1    58.35      6
291041     Optometrists                                                                18            20       1.39          0            1            1    39.39      6
291051     Pharmacists                                                                 58            67       1.94          1            1            2    48.54      6
291062     Family and General Practitioners                                            37            38       0.34          0            1            1    69.63      6
291069     Physicians and Surgeons, All Other                                          24            27       1.56          0            0            0    96.35      6
291122     Occupational Therapists                                                     50            59       2.25          1            1            2    26.44      5
291199     Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other                     20            20       0.00          0            0            0    22.43      6
292000   Health Technologists and Technicians                                         953         1,036       1.09         11           24           35      NA      NA
292021     Dental Hygienists                                                           53            65       2.83          2            1            3    23.98      4
292032     Diagnostic Medical Sonographers                                             13            14       0.96          0            0            0    24.70      3
292041     Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics                               110           118       0.91          1            2            3    14.29      4
292052     Pharmacy Technicians                                                        64            78       2.73          2            2            4    11.57      3
292061     Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses                          466           507       1.10          5           15           20    16.57      3
292099     Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other                             17            20       2.21          0            0            0    12.76      3

   Source: 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
Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                         2010
                                                                                                           Annual       Average Annual Openings        Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment              Percent   Due To     Due To                 Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2010      2018            Change    Growth Separations      Total     Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur           prj           gpct       aog        aosep        aotot          wg    ect
299000   Other Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations                      18            18       0.00          0            1         1      NA      NA
310000   Healthcare Support Occupations                                             1,269         1,502       2.30         30           13        43      NA      NA
311000   Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides                                  862         1,060       2.87         25            8        33      NA      NA
311011     Home Health Aides                                                          216           327       6.42         14            2        16    10.04      3
311012     Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants                                   611           697       1.76         11            6        17    10.29      3
312000   Occupational and Physical Therapist Assistants & Aides                        65            79       2.69          2            1         3      NA      NA
312021     Physical Therapist Assistants                                               20            24       2.50          1            0         1    24.14      4
312022     Physical Therapist Aides                                                    23            27       2.17          1            0         1    11.69      3
319000   Other Healthcare Support Occupations                                         342           363       0.77          3            4         7      NA      NA
319091     Dental Assistants                                                           69            80       1.99          1            1         2    13.46      3
319096     Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers                      12            14       2.08          0            0         0     9.29      3
330000   Protective Service Occupations                                             3,411         3,333      -0.29          5           84        89      NA      NA
331000   First-Line Supervisors, Protective Service Workers                           212           208      -0.24          0            8         8      NA      NA
331011     First-Line Supervisors of Correctional Officers                            170           163      -0.51          0            6         6    24.31      3
331012     First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives                             17            18       0.74          0            1         1    27.54      4
331021     First-Line Superv. of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers                  14            16       1.79          0            1         1      NA       3
331099     First-Line Superv., Protective Service Workers, All Other                   11            11       0.00          0            0         0    22.66      3
332000   Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers                                          73            85       2.05          2            2         4      NA      NA
332011     Fire Fighters                                                               71            83       2.11          2            2         4      NA       3
333000   Law Enforcement Workers                                                    2,950         2,863      -0.37          2           65        67      NA      NA
333012     Correctional Officers and Jailers                                        2,656         2,555      -0.48          0           57        57    17.31      3
333021     Detectives and Criminal Investigators                                       43            44       0.29          0            1         1    21.22      3
333031     Fish and Game Wardens                                                       25            24      -0.50          0            1         1    19.74      3
333051     Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                                       218           231       0.75          2            6         8    16.91      3
339000   Other Protective Service Workers                                             176           177       0.07          1           10        11      NA      NA
339091     Crossing Guards                                                             17            19       1.47          0            1         1      NA       1
350000   Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations                           2,380         2,849       2.46         59           81       140      NA      NA
351000   Supervisors, Food Preparation and Serving Workers                            234           273       2.08          5            2         7      NA      NA
351011     Chefs and Head Cooks                                                        21            20      -0.60          0            0         0    27.07      3

   Source: 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
Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                            2010
                                                                                                           Annual       Average Annual Openings           Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment              Percent   Due To     Due To                    Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2010      2018            Change    Growth Separations      Total        Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur           prj           gpct       aog        aosep        aotot             wg    ect
351012     First-Line Superv. of Food Preparation & Serving Workers                   213           253       2.35          5            2            7    16.54      3
352000   Cooks and Food Preparation Workers                                           613           696       1.69         11           19           30      NA      NA
352014     Cooks, Restaurant                                                          167           211       3.29          6            4           10      NA       3
352021     Food Preparation Workers                                                   233           252       1.02          2            9           11     8.65      1
353000   Food and Beverage Serving Workers                                          1,230         1,518       2.93         36           44           80      NA      NA
353011     Bartenders                                                                  68            83       2.76          2            2            4     8.36      1
353021     Food Preparation & Serving Workers, Including Fast Food                    669           846       3.31         22           14           36     9.69      1
353031     Waiters and Waitresses                                                     401           484       2.59         10           23           33     9.13      1
353041     Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                                                 29            33       1.72          1            1            2     9.78      1
359000   Other Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers                           303           362       2.43          7           16           23      NA      NA
359011     Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers                      73            87       2.40          2            4            6     8.12      1
359021     Dishwashers                                                                126           148       2.18          3            6            9     9.48      1
370000   Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance Occupations                        919         1,002       1.13         11           15           26      NA      NA
371000   Superv., Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance                            74            83       1.52          1            1            2      NA      NA
371011     First-Line Superv. of Housekeeping & Janitorial Workers                     29            31       0.86          0            0            0    14.81      3
371012     First-Line Superv. of Landscaping and Groundskeeping                        45            52       1.94          1            1            2    20.27      3
372000   Building Cleaning and Pest Control Workers                                   595           627       0.67          4           11           15      NA      NA
372012     Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                                            160           158      -0.16          0            3            3     9.98      1
373000   Grounds Maintenance Workers                                                  250           292       2.10          5            3            8      NA      NA
373011     Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                                     239           280       2.14          5            3            8    10.19      1
390000   Personal Care and Service Occupations                                      1,268         1,525       2.53         32           33           65      NA      NA
391000   Supervisors, Personal Care and Service Workers                                68            83       2.76          2            2            4      NA      NA
392000   Animal Care and Service Workers                                               58            60       0.43          0            1            1      NA      NA
392021     Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                                                   56            57       0.22          0            1            1     8.83      1
393000   Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers                                  61            72       2.25          2            3            5      NA      NA
396000   Transportation, Tourism, and Lodging Attendants                               18            25       4.86          1            1            2      NA      NA
399000   Other Personal Care and Service Workers                                    1,009         1,216       2.56         26           25           51      NA      NA
399011     Child Care Workers                                                         322           367       1.75          6           10           16     9.42      3
399021     Personal and Home Care Aides                                               246           263       0.86          2            3            5    10.37      3

   Source: 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
Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                        2010
                                                                                                          Annual       Average Annual Openings        Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent   Due To     Due To                 Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2010      2018           Change    Growth Separations      Total     Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                          cur               prj           gpct       aog        aosep        aotot          wg    ect
399031     Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors                            20                  30       6.25          1            0         1    12.97      2
399032     Recreation Workers                                                  155                 201       3.71          6            3         9    11.11      4
399041     Residential Advisors                                                240                 323       4.32         10            9        19    11.61      2
399099     Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other                         26                  32       2.88          1            1         2    10.25      3
410000   Sales and Related Occupations                                       2,760               3,177       1.89         53           93       146      NA      NA
411000   Supervisors, Sales Workers                                            404                 453       1.52          6            9        15      NA      NA
411012     First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers                   29                  32       1.29          0            1         1    39.45      4
412000   Retail Sales Workers                                                1,841               2,136       2.00         37           73       110      NA      NA
412021     Counter and Rental Clerks                                            42                  41      -0.30          0            1         1    10.60      2
412022     Parts Salespersons                                                  106                 122       1.89          2            4         6    13.28      3
412031     Retail Salespersons                                                 706                 850       2.55         18           20        38    13.32      2
413000   Sales Representatives, Services                                       148                 177       2.45          4            3         7      NA      NA
413021     Insurance Sales Agents                                               84                 102       2.68          2            2         4    22.17      3
413099     Sales Representatives, Services, All Other                           47                  56       2.39          1            1         2    22.38      2
414000   Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing                    254                 281       1.33          4            6        10      NA      NA
414011     Sales Representatives, Wholesale & Mfg, Tech. & Sci. Products        54                  51      -0.69          0            1         1    70.25      3
414012     Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Other           200                 230       1.88          4            5         9    23.29      3
419000   Other Sales and Related Workers                                       113                 130       1.88          2            2         4      NA      NA
419022     Real Estate Sales Agents                                             80                  93       2.03          2            1         3    20.89      3
419099     Sales and Related Workers, All Other                                 20                  22       1.25          0            0         0    17.25      3
430000   Office and Administrative Support Occupations                       4,832               5,137       0.79         53           97       150      NA      NA
431011     First-Line Superv. of Office and Admin. Support Workers             193                 226       2.14          4            4         8    18.45      4
432000   Communications Equipment Operators                                     16                  16       0.00          0            0         0      NA      NA
433000   Financial Clerks                                                      695                 775       1.44         11           13        24      NA      NA
433021     Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators                     45                  49       1.11          1            1         2    12.18      2
433031     Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                        443                 499       1.58          7            5        12    14.43      4
433051     Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                       30                  28      -0.83          0            1         1    15.75      2
434000   Information and Record Clerks                                         979                 984       0.06         10           27        37      NA      NA
434031     Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                                 99                 108       1.14          1            3         4    13.42      2

   Source: 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
Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                            2010
                                                                                                           Annual       Average Annual Openings           Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment              Percent   Due To     Due To                    Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2010      2018            Change    Growth Separations      Total        Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur           prj           gpct       aog        aosep        aotot             wg    ect
434051    Customer Service Representatives                                            190           225       2.30          4            6           10    11.76      3
434061    Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs                                35            34      -0.36          0            1            1    11.66      2
434081    Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                                         18            23       3.47          1            1            2    11.01      2
434121    Library Assistants, Clerical                                                 24            26       1.04          0            1            1    10.11      3
434171    Receptionists and Information Clerks                                        238           254       0.84          2            7            9    11.09      2
434199    Information and Record Clerks, All Other                                     67            55      -2.24          0            2            2    17.08      2
435000   Material Recording, Scheduling, and Distributing Workers                   1,049         1,118       0.82         11           26           37      NA      NA
435031    Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers                                      60            71       2.29          1            1            2    13.06      3
435051    Postal Service Clerks                                                        34            28      -2.21          0            1            1    24.61      2
435052    Postal Service Mail Carriers                                                117           112      -0.53          0            4            4    22.37      2
435061    Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks                                  16            18       1.56          0            0            0    21.56      2
435071    Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                                     163           164       0.08          0            4            4    10.36      3
435111    Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping                             30            29      -0.42          0            1            1    12.74      2
436000   Secretaries and Administrative Assistants                                  1,076         1,120       0.51          6           15           21      NA      NA
436013    Medical Secretaries                                                          37            38       0.34          0            1            1    10.89      3
436014    Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive                           614           643       0.59          4            8           12    12.18      3
439000   Other Office and Administrative Support Workers                              824           898       1.12         12           12           24      NA      NA
439021    Data Entry Keyers                                                            72            64      -1.39          0            2            2    12.31      2
439061    Office Clerks, General                                                      628           718       1.79         11            9           20    11.19      2
450000   Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations                                   486           469      -0.44          3           13           16      NA      NA
452000   Agricultural Workers                                                         231           250       1.03          3            6            9      NA      NA
452011    Agricultural Inspectors                                                      13            13       0.00          0            0            0      NA       3
452092    Farmworkers & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse                         158           173       1.19          2            4            6     9.82      1
454000   Forest, Conservation, and Logging Workers                                    218           181      -2.12          0            6            6      NA      NA
454021    Fallers                                                                      98            77      -2.68          0            3            3    19.15      1
454022    Logging Equipment Operators                                                 113            96      -1.88          0            3            3    15.15      2
470000   Construction and Extraction Occupations                                    1,971         2,360       2.47         49           32           81      NA      NA
471011    First-Line Superv. of Construction and Extraction Workers                   282           332       2.22          6            5           11    24.05      4
472000   Construction Trades Workers                                                1,438         1,732       2.56         37           21           58      NA      NA

   Source: 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
Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                            2010
                                                                                                           Annual       Average Annual Openings           Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment              Percent   Due To     Due To                    Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2010      2018            Change    Growth Separations      Total        Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur           prj           gpct       aog        aosep        aotot             wg    ect
472031     Carpenters                                                                 186           237       3.43          6            2            8    15.46      3
472061     Construction Laborers                                                      391           471       2.56         10            3           13    11.79      1
472073     Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Operators                       287           318       1.35          4            5            9    14.80      3
472111     Electricians                                                                80            98       2.81          2            2            4    16.63      3
472141     Painters, Construction and Maintenance                                      49            59       2.55          1            1            2    13.50      3
472151     Pipelayers                                                                  15            16       0.83          0            0            0    12.46      3
472152     Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                                    134           175       3.82          5            3            8    17.41      3
472181     Roofers                                                                     41            52       3.35          1            1            2    13.53      3
473000   Helpers - Construction Trades                                                 64            83       3.71          2            1            3      NA      NA
473012     Helpers - Carpenters                                                        31            40       3.63          1            1            2    13.53      1
474000   Other Construction and Related Workers                                       179           199       1.40          3            5            8      NA      NA
490000   Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations                          1,310         1,454       1.37         20           25           45      NA      NA
491011     First-Line Superv. of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers                 122           138       1.64          2            3            5    26.20      3
492000   Electrical & Electronic Equipment Installers, & Repairers                     97           103       0.77          1            2            3      NA      NA
492022     Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers                       52            48      -0.96          0            1            1    22.07      3
493000   Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Mechanics, Installers                           423           470       1.39          6            8           14      NA      NA
493021     Automotive Body and Related Repairers                                       21            21       0.00          0            1            1    14.94      3
493023     Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics                               208           228       1.20          3            4            7    14.60      3
493031     Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists                       89           100       1.54          1            2            3    15.26      3
493041     Farm Equipment Mechanics                                                    28            35       3.12          1            1            2    12.24      3
493042     Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except Engines                            30            32       0.83          0            1            1    14.49      3
493093     Tire Repairers and Changers                                                 24            27       1.56          0            1            1    11.58      1
499000   Other Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations                      668           743       1.40         11           12           23      NA      NA
499021     Heating, A.C., and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers                   64            80       3.12          2            1            3    20.32      3
499041     Industrial Machinery Mechanics                                              31            41       4.03          1            1            2    18.19      3
499042     Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                                    327           361       1.30          4            5            9    15.32      3
499051     Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers                              45            50       1.39          1            2            3    24.44      3
499098     Helpers - Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers                     36            44       2.78          1            2            3    10.44      1
499099     Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other                    44            48       1.14          1            1            2    12.88      2

   Source: 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
Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                            2010
                                                                                                           Annual       Average Annual Openings           Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment              Percent   Due To     Due To                    Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2010      2018            Change    Growth Separations      Total        Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur           prj           gpct       aog        aosep        aotot             wg    ect
510000   Production Occupations                                                     1,132         1,328       2.16         26           20           46      NA      NA
512000   Assemblers and Fabricators                                                   103           127       2.91          3            2            5      NA      NA
513000   Food Processing Workers                                                       58            69       2.37          1            2            3      NA      NA
513011     Bakers                                                                      14            16       1.79          0            0            0     9.96      3
513021     Butchers and Meat Cutters                                                   32            39       2.73          1            1            2    10.61      2
514000   Metal Workers and Plastic Workers                                             91           108       2.34          2            2            4      NA      NA
514041     Machinists                                                                  43            49       1.74          1            1            2    13.95      3
514121     Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers                                    40            50       3.12          1            1            2    14.38      3
516000   Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers                                    202           237       2.17          4            2            6      NA      NA
516011     Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers                                            38            38       0.00          0            1            1    10.87      2
517000   Woodworkers                                                                  262           293       1.48          4            5            9      NA      NA
517041     Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Wood                       209           243       2.03          4            4            8    10.61      2
517042     Woodworking Machine Setters & Operators, Exc. Sawing                        43            42      -0.29          0            1            1    13.36      2
518000   Plant and System Operators                                                    73            88       2.57          2            2            4      NA      NA
518031     Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant Operators                            16            19       2.34          0            0            0    18.21      3
518099     Plant and System Operators, All Other                                       11            11       0.00          0            0            0    20.24      3
519000   Other Production Occupations                                                 268           316       2.24          7            5           12      NA      NA
519061     Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers                        31            35       1.61          1            1            2    17.32      2
519196     Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                         21            25       2.38          1            0            1      NA       2
530000   Transportation and Material-Moving Occupations                             1,990         2,222       1.46         29           42           71      NA      NA
531000   Supervisors, Transportation and Material Moving Workers                       69            74       0.91          1            1            2      NA      NA
531031     First-Line Superv. of Material-Moving Vehicle Operators                     55            58       0.68          0            1            1    27.68      3
533000   Motor Vehicle Operators                                                    1,234         1,392       1.60         20           21           41      NA      NA
533022     Bus Drivers, School                                                        222           229       0.39          1            4            5      NA       3
533032     Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer                                   624           721       1.94         12           11           23    14.92      3
533033     Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services                                  220           248       1.59          4            4            8    11.54      3
533041     Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                                                 73            84       1.88          1            1            2    11.40      1
534000   Rail Transportation Workers                                                   16            17       0.78          0            1            1      NA      NA
537000   Material Moving Workers                                                      657           724       1.27          9           19           28      NA      NA

   Source: 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
Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                          2010
                                                                                                        Annual          Average Annual Openings         Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment           Percent      Due To     Due To                  Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2010      2018         Change       Growth Separations      Total      Wage ($)  Code
soc   OccTtl                                                                  cur          prj         gpct          aog       aosep       aotot             wg    ect
537021 Crane and Tower Operators                                                     14           15          0.89         0           0            0    22.85      3
537032 Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators                         35           38          1.07         0           1            1    15.90      2
537051 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                                       123          139          1.63         2           4            6    11.89      3
537062 Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand                       284          312          1.23         4           9           13    10.30      1
537064 Packers and Packagers, Hand                                                  107          122          1.75         2           2            4     7.82      1
537081 Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors                                     34           35          0.37         0           1            1    13.35      1

* 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                                                                 17
                                              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 forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                        2010
                                                                                                            Annual      Average Annual Openings      Average
        Occupation                                                                       Employment         Percent   Due To    Due To                Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                               2010      2018       Change    Growth Separations     Total   Wage ($)   Code
        SOC New Title                                                                  curr     proj         GPct     aopeng       aopenr aopent     mnwage Train
  1    311011   Home Health Aides                                                        216          327    6.42        14          2        16      10.04       3
  2    399031   Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors                                 20           30    6.25         1          0         1      12.97       2
  3    131051   Cost Estimators                                                           51           73    5.39         3          1         4      30.58       4
  4    151081   Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts                          37           50    4.39         2          1         3      21.75       3
  5    399041   Residential Advisors                                                     240          323    4.32        10          9        19      11.61       2
  6    499041   Industrial Machinery Mechanics                                            31           41    4.03         1          1         2      18.19       3
  7    472152   Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                                  134          175    3.82         5          3         8      17.41       3
  8    399032   Recreation Workers                                                       155          201    3.71         6          3         9      11.11       4
  9    473012   Helpers - Carpenters                                                      31           40    3.63         1          1         2      13.53       1
 10    119011   Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers                              53           68    3.54         2          1         3        NA        4
 11    211014   Mental Health Counselors                                                  29           37    3.45         1          1         2      17.48       6
 12    472031   Carpenters                                                               186          237    3.43         6          2         8      15.46       3
 13    472181   Roofers                                                                   41           52    3.35         1          1         2      13.53       3
 14    353021   Food Preparation & Serving Workers, Including Fast Food                  669          846    3.31        22         14        36       9.69       1
 15    352014   Cooks, Restaurant                                                        167          211    3.29         6          4        10        NA        3
 16    499021   Heating, A.C., and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers                 64           80    3.12         2          1         3      20.32       3
 17    514121   Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers                                  40           50    3.12         1          1         2      14.38       3
 18    493041   Farm Equipment Mechanics                                                  28           35    3.12         1          1         2      12.24       3
 19    119021   Construction Managers                                                     93          116    3.09         3          1         4      45.55       4
 20    211022   Medical and Public Health Social Workers                                  29           36    3.02         1          1         2      17.79       6
 21    292021   Dental Hygienists                                                         53           65    2.83         2          1         3      23.98       4
 22    472111   Electricians                                                              80           98    2.81         2          2         4      16.63       3
 23    499098   Helpers - Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers                   36           44    2.78         1          2         3      10.44       1
 24    353011   Bartenders                                                                68           83    2.76         2          2         4       8.36       1
 25    292052   Pharmacy Technicians                                                      64           78    2.73         2          2         4      11.57       3

This 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                                                               18
                                  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 forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                       2010
                                                                                                            Annual      Average Annual Openings     Average
        Occupation                                                                       Employment         Percent   Due To    Due To               Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                               2010     2018        Change    Growth Separations    Total   Wage ($)   Code
        SOC New Title                                                                  curr     proj         GPct     aopeng       aopenr aopent    mnwage Train
  1    353021   Food Preparation & Serving Workers, Including Fast Food                  669          846    3.31        22         14        36      9.69       1
  2    412031   Retail Salespersons                                                      706          850    2.55        18         20        38     13.32       2
  3    311011   Home Health Aides                                                        216          327    6.42        14          2        16     10.04       3
  4    533032   Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer                                 624          721    1.94        12         11        23     14.92       3
  5    439061   Office Clerks, General                                                   628          718    1.79        11          9        20     11.19       2
  6    311012   Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants                                 611          697    1.76        11          6        17     10.29       3
  7    399041   Residential Advisors                                                     240          323    4.32        10          9        19     11.61       2
  8    353031   Waiters and Waitresses                                                   401          484    2.59        10         23        33      9.13       1
  9    472061   Construction Laborers                                                    391          471    2.56        10          3        13     11.79       1
 10    252021   Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education                     391          458    2.14         8          9        17     30.00       5
 11    259041   Teacher Assistants                                                       429          485    1.63         7          9        16     12.81       3
 12    433031   Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                             443          499    1.58         7          5        12     14.43       4
 13    472031   Carpenters                                                               186          237    3.43         6          2         8     15.46       3
 14    471011   First-Line Superv. of Construction and Extraction Workers                282          332    2.22         6          5        11     24.05       4
 15    399032   Recreation Workers                                                       155          201    3.71         6          3         9     11.11       4
 16    399011   Child Care Workers                                                       322          367    1.75         6         10        16      9.42       3
 17    352014   Cooks, Restaurant                                                        167          211    3.29         6          4        10       NA        3
 18    292061   Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses                        466          507    1.10         5         15        20     16.57       3
 19    472152   Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                                  134          175    3.82         5          3         8     17.41       3
 20    373011   Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                                   239          280    2.14         5          3         8     10.19       1
 21    351012   First-Line Superv. of Food Preparation & Serving Workers                 213          253    2.35         5          2         7     16.54       3
 22    434051   Customer Service Representatives                                         190          225    2.30         4          6        10     11.76       3
 23    499042   Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                                  327          361    1.30         4          5         9     15.32       3
 24    517041   Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Wood                     209          243    2.03         4          4         8     10.61       2
 25    431011   First-Line Superv. of Office and Admin. Support Workers                  193          226    2.14         4          4         8     18.45       4

* 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                                                              19
                                   DECLINING OR SLOW-GROWTH OCCUPATIONS
                                                                                                                                                   NA
Workforce Region 3 - Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, and Washington Counties                                                                   2010
                                                                                                         Annual      Average Annual Openings     Average
        Occupation                                                                       Employment      Percent   Due To    Due To              Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                               2010     2018     Change    Growth Separations    Total   Wage ($)  Code
       SOC      New Title                                                     curr              proj     GPct   aopeng aopenr          aopent mnwage Train
  1    333012   Correctional Officers and Jailers                                2,656             2,555  -0.48    -13        57           57  17.31       3
  2    212011   Clergy                                                             198               150  -3.03     -6         4            4  19.32       5
  3    454021   Fallers                                                             98                77  -2.68     -3         3            3  19.15       1
  4    454022   Logging Equipment Operators                                        113                96  -1.88     -2         3            3  15.15       2
  5    119012   Farmers and Ranchers                                               148               135  -1.10     -2         1            1    NA        1
  6    439021   Data Entry Keyers                                                   72                64  -1.39     -1         2            2  12.31       2
  7    151041   Computer Support Specialists                                        66                59  -1.33     -1         2            2  19.56       3
  8    331011   First-Line Supervisors of Correctional Officers                    170               163  -0.51     -1         6            6  24.31       3
  9    435051   Postal Service Clerks                                               34                28  -2.21     -1         1            1  24.61       2
 10    435052   Postal Service Mail Carriers                                       117               112  -0.53     -1         4            4  22.37       2
 11    273031   Public Relations Specialists                                        66                61  -0.95     -1         2            2  19.32       5
 12    492022   Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers               52                48  -0.96      0         1            1  22.07       3
 13    172081   Environmental Engineers                                             73                70  -0.51      0         2            2  23.37       5
 14    414011   Sales Representatives, Wholesale & Mfg, Tech. & Sci. Products       54                51  -0.69      0         1            1  70.25       3
 15    119131   Postmasters and Mail Superintendents                                20                17  -1.88      0         0            0  31.29       4
 16    433051   Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                      30                28  -0.83      0         1            1  15.75       2
 17    372012   Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                                    160               158  -0.16      0         3            3   9.98       1
 18    333031   Fish and Game Wardens                                               25                24  -0.50      0         1            1  19.74       3
 19    412021   Counter and Rental Clerks                                           42                41  -0.30      0         1            1  10.60       2
 20    434061   Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs                       35                34  -0.36      0         1            1  11.66       2
 21    435111   Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping                    30                29  -0.42      0         1            1  12.74       2
 22    351011   Chefs and Head Cooks                                                21                20  -0.60      0         0            0  27.07       3
 23    517042   Woodworking Machine Setters & Operators, Exc. Sawing                43                42  -0.29      0         1            1  13.36       2
 24    132081   Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents                       20                19  -0.62      0         1            1    NA        5
 25    516011   Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers                                    38                38   0.00      0         1            1  10.87       2

This 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                                                          20

				
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