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					Southeastern Illinois - Occupational Projections

                                                                     Employment Employment Employment Percent Due to Due to          Median
Rank SOC          Title                                              2002        2012        Change       Change Growth Replacements Annual Wage   Wage Category
                  Total - Growing Occupations                             86,947      95,032        8,085
                  Total - Declining Occupations                           48,118      45,948       -2,170
    0   00-0000   Total all occupations                                  135,656     141,566        5,910   4.4%                         $23,362
    1   25-2000   Primary/Secondary/Special Ed. School Teachers            4,634       5,289          655 14.1%      65          109     $36,281   Medium-High Wage
    2   29-1000   Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners             3,741       4,362          621 16.6%      62           73     $46,198   High Wage
    3   35-3000   Food and Beverage Serving Workers                        4,095       4,648          553 13.5%      55          200     $13,912   Low Wage
    4   53-3000   Motor Vehicle Operators                                  3,757       4,280          523 13.9%      52           57     $25,177   Medium-low Wage
    5   41-2000   Retail Sales Workers                                     6,489       6,965          476   7.3%     48          275     $15,293   Low Wage
    6   47-2000   Construction Trades Workers                              4,419       4,808          389   8.8%     39           78     $33,976   Medium-High Wage
    7   25-3000   Other Teachers and Instructors                           1,188       1,519          331 27.9%      33           15     $21,326   Low Wage
    8   31-1000   Nursing, Psychiatric and Home Health Aides               2,168       2,487          319 14.7%      32           28     $17,626   Low Wage
    9   25-1000   Postsecondary Faculty                                    1,752       2,035          283 16.2%      28           35     $51,500   High Wage
   10   29-2000   Health Technologists and Technicians                     1,892       2,155          263 13.9%      26           33     $26,508   Medium-low Wage
   11   21-1000   Counselors/Social Workers/Comm Service Specs             1,464       1,701          237 16.2%      24           28     $35,294   Medium-High Wage
   12   13-1000   Business Operations Specialists                          2,072       2,284          212 10.2%      21           36     $38,098   High Wage
   13   31-9000   Other Healthcare Support Occupations                     1,065       1,269          204 19.2%      20           23     $22,459   Low Wage
   14   25-9000   Other Educational Training & Library Occupations         1,218       1,408          190 15.6%      19           22     $19,321   Low Wage
   15   11-1000   Top Executives                                           2,710       2,869          159   5.9%     16           51     $58,253   High Wage
   16   33-3000   Law Enforcement Workers                                    908       1,065          157 17.3%      16           21     $41,436   High Wage
   17   43-4000   Information and Record Clerks                            3,808       3,963          155   4.1%     16           81     $21,870   Low Wage
   18   35-2000   Cooks and Food Preparation Workers                       2,514       2,668          154   6.1%     15           81     $15,179   Low Wage
   19   49-9000   Other Installation, Maintenance and Repair Occs          2,240       2,380          140   6.3%     14           48     $29,797   Medium-low Wage
   20   41-1000   Supervisors, Sales Workers                               1,650       1,777          127   7.7%     13           30     $29,074   Medium-low Wage
   21   37-2000   Building Cleaning and Pest Control Workers               3,242       3,358          116   3.6%     12           64     $16,708   Low Wage
   22   39-9000   Other Personal Care and Service Workers                  2,395       2,510          115   4.8%     11           55     $16,978   Low Wage
   23   13-2000   Financial Specialists                                    1,500       1,612          112   7.5%     11           27     $44,308   High Wage
   24   35-9000   Other Food Preparation and Serving Workers               1,424       1,533          109   7.7%     11           47     $14,897   Low Wage
   25   11-3000   Operations Specialties Managers                          1,598       1,705          107   6.7%     11           28     $44,001   High Wage
   26   51-3000   Food Processing Workers                                    688         793          105 15.3%      10           15     $23,050   Low Wage
   27   41-4000   Sales Reps, Wholesale and Manufacturing                  1,476       1,580          104   7.0%     10           39     $37,283   High Wage
   28   15-1000   Computer Specialists                                     1,471       1,566           95   6.5%     10           19     $44,835   High Wage
   29   11-2000   Advertising, Marketing, PR & Sales Managers                679         760           81 11.9%       8           12     $63,099   High Wage
   30   49-3000   Vehicle and Mobile Equip. Mechanics/Installers           1,626       1,701           75   4.6%      7           40     $24,683   Medium-low Wage
   31   41-9000   Other Sales and Related Workers                          1,068       1,133           65   6.1%      7           21     $24,340   Medium-low Wage



                                                                          For More Information Contact:

                                                                         Regional Development Institute
                                                                           Northern Illinois University
                                                                             148 North Third Street
                                                                          DeKalb, Illinois 60115-2854
                                                                             Phone: 815.753.1907
                                                                              Fax: 815.753.2305
                                                                            E-mail: info@rdiniu.org
Southeastern Illinois - Occupational Projections

                                                                   Employment Employment Employment Percent Due to Due to       Median
Rank   SOC       Title                                             2002       2012       Change      Change Growth Replacements Annual Wage   Wage Category
  32   21-9000   Misc. Counselors, Social and Religious Workers           327        388          61 18.7%        6           6     $22,478   Low Wage
  33   35-1000   Supervisors, Food Preparation & Serving Workers          561        619          58 10.3%        6          14     $19,531   Low Wage
  34   23-1000   Lawyers, Judges and Related Workers                      417        474          57 13.7%        6           5     $73,232   High Wage
  35   37-3000   Grounds Maintenance Workers                              639        693          54   8.5%       5          13     $19,958   Low Wage
  36   39-5000   Personal Appearance Workers                              429        482          53 12.4%        5           8     $17,056   Low Wage
  37   33-2000   Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers                     268        306          38 14.2%        4           7     $36,120   Medium-High Wage
  38   33-9000   Other Protective Service Workers                         671        708          37   5.5%       4          22     $17,980   Low Wage
  39   51-1000   Supervisors, Production Workers                          902        939          37   4.1%       4          19     $38,433   High Wage
  40   19-3000   Social Scientists & Related Workers                      315        348          33 10.5%        3           7     $43,700   High Wage
  41   31-2000   Occupational & Physical Therapist Assts & Aides          112        141          29 25.9%        3           1     $30,127   Medium-low Wage
  42   33-1000   1st-Line Spvrs/Mgrs, Protective Service Workers          285        312          27   9.5%       3           9     $68,410   High Wage
  43   49-1000   Supervisors, Installation/Maint./Repair Workers          371        396          25   6.7%       3           9     $38,767   High Wage
  44   25-4000   Librarians, Curators and Archivists                      473        495          22   4.7%       2          14     $36,004   Medium-High Wage
  45   27-2000   Entertainers, Performers and Sports Workers              386        408          22   5.7%       2           8     $14,079   Low Wage
  46   37-1000   Spvrs, Building/Grounds Cleaning/Maint Workers           279        300          21   7.5%       2           6     $25,405   Medium-low Wage
  47   39-1000   Supervisors, Personal Care and Service Workers           178        197          19 10.7%        2           4     $25,088   Medium-low Wage
  48   39-3000   Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers             191        210          19   9.9%       2           7     $20,330   Low Wage
  49   19-4000   Life, Physical and Social Science Technicians            237        255          18   7.6%       2           5     $27,795   Medium-low Wage
  50   27-1000   Art and Design Workers                                   655        673          18   2.7%       2           9     $29,031   Medium-low Wage
  51   47-1000   Supervisors, Construction & Extraction Workers           366        383          17   4.6%       2           6     $47,771   High Wage
  52   47-4000   Other Construction and Related Workers                   369        386          17   4.6%       2           5     $40,750   High Wage
  53   51-7000   Woodworkers                                              357        374          17   4.8%       2           9     $21,376   Low Wage
  54   53-1000   Sprvsrs, Transportation/Material Moving Workers          291        308          17   5.8%       2           7     $35,774   Medium-High Wage
  55   53-6000   Other Transportation Workers                             310        322          12   3.9%       1          10     $19,680   Low Wage
  56   17-1000   Architects, Surveyors and Cartographers                   49         56           7 14.3%        1           0     $39,056   High Wage
  57   23-2000   Legal Support Workers                                    105        111           6   5.7%       1           0     $29,745   Medium-low Wage
  58   47-3000   Helpers, Construction Trades                             177        183           6   3.4%       1           7     $22,934   Low Wage
  59   51-9000   Other Production Occupations                           4,109      4,115           6   0.1%       1          99     $24,508   Medium-low Wage
  60   19-2000   Physical Scientists                                       87         92           5   5.7%       0           1     $45,733   High Wage
  61   29-9000   Other Health Practitioners and Technical Occs             35         39           4 11.4%        0           0     $19,353   Low Wage
  62   39-2000   Animal Care and Service Workers                           74         77           3   4.1%       0           2     $21,615   Low Wage
  63   51-8000   Plant and System Operators                               399        402           3   0.8%       0          11     $36,040   Medium-High Wage
  64   23-9000   Misc. Legal and Related Workers                           24         26           2   8.3%       0           0     $44,118   High Wage
  65   41-3000   Sales Representatives, Services                          486        488           2   0.4%       0          10     $25,339   Medium-low Wage



                                                                        For More Information Contact:

                                                                       Regional Development Institute
                                                                         Northern Illinois University
                                                                           148 North Third Street
                                                                        DeKalb, Illinois 60115-2854
                                                                           Phone: 815.753.1907
                                                                            Fax: 815.753.2305
                                                                          E-mail: info@rdiniu.org
Southeastern Illinois - Occupational Projections

                                                                   Employment Employment Employment Percent Due to Due to         Median
Rank   SOC       Title                                             2002        2012        Change      Change Growth Replacements Annual Wage   Wage Category
  66   17-3000   Drafters & Engineering and Mapping Technicians            518         518           0   0.0%      0           11     $36,351   Medium-High Wage
  67   27-4000   Media and Communication Equipment Workers                 194         192          -2 -1.0%       0            3     $33,769   Medium-High Wage
  68   45-9000   Misc. Farming, Fishing and Forestry Workers               195         189          -6 -3.1%      -1            5     $21,674   Low Wage
  69   49-2000   Electric/Electronic Equipment Mechs/Installers            317         308          -9 -2.8%      -1            4     $36,885   Medium-High Wage
  70   47-5000   Extraction Workers                                        246         235         -11 -4.5%      -1            4     $27,461   Medium-low Wage
  71   17-2000   Engineers                                                 964         943         -21 -2.2%      -2           19     $51,858   High Wage
  72   27-3000   Media and Communication Workers                           923         887         -36 -3.9%      -4           19     $26,976   Medium-low Wage
  73   43-1000   Supervisors, Office and Adm. Support Workers            1,193       1,142         -51 -4.3%      -5           26     $32,279   Medium-High Wage
  74   45-2000   Agricultural Workers                                    1,646       1,595         -51 -3.1%      -5           46     $23,899   Low Wage
  75   51-6000   Textile, Apparel and Furnishings Workers                  638         584         -54 -8.5%      -5           11     $15,901   Low Wage
  76   53-7000   Material Moving Workers                                 5,981       5,925         -56 -0.9%      -6          165     $19,869   Low Wage
  77   43-2000   Communications Equipment Operators                        280         214         -66 -23.6%     -7            7     $21,003   Low Wage
  78   43-3000   Financial Clerks                                        2,606       2,530         -76 -2.9%      -8           61     $22,832   Low Wage
  79   51-4000   Metal Workers and Plastic Workers                       3,494       3,400         -94 -2.7%      -9           82     $25,523   Medium-low Wage
  80   11-9000   Other Management Occupations                           13,770      13,672         -98 -0.7%     -10          138     $54,033   High Wage
  81   43-6000   Secretaries and Administrative Assistants               3,097       2,880        -217 -7.0%     -22           59     $24,745   Medium-low Wage
  82   43-5000   Material Record/Scheduling/Dispatching/ Workers         3,997       3,762        -235 -5.9%     -24          117     $24,757   Medium-low Wage
  83   51-5000   Printing Workers                                        1,054         775        -279 -26.5%    -28           25     $26,278   Medium-low Wage
  84   43-9000   Other Office and Administrative Support Workers         4,294       3,929        -365 -8.5%     -37           95     $22,027   Low Wage
  85   51-2000   Assemblers and Fabricators                              3,119       2,679        -440 -14.1%    -44           79     $21,332   Low Wage

Data Source: Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES).




                                                                        For More Information Contact:

                                                                       Regional Development Institute
                                                                         Northern Illinois University
                                                                           148 North Third Street
                                                                        DeKalb, Illinois 60115-2854
                                                                           Phone: 815.753.1907
                                                                            Fax: 815.753.2305
                                                                          E-mail: info@rdiniu.org

				
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