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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 22 - Broward County

         Industry                                                                                  Employment                 Annual Change
        Code      Title                                                                   2009                  2017         Total        Percent


                  Total, All Industries                                                  793,953                906,478      14,066            1.77

        11        Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting                                  857                  961           13            1.52

        111       Crop Production                                                             645                  773           16             2.48
        112       Animal Production                                                            44                   36           -1            -2.27
        114       Fishing, Hunting and Trapping                                                12                    3           -1            -9.38
        115       Support Activities for Agriculture and Forestry                             153                  147           -1            -0.49

        21        Mining                                                                          95               108            2            1.71

        212       Mining (except Oil and Gas)                                                     81                   99          2            2.78
        213       Support Activities for Mining                                                   14                    9         -1           -4.46

        23        Construction                                                             40,353                48,502       1,019            2.52

        236       Construction of Buildings                                                 8,350                 9,489         142            1.71
        237       Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction                                  4,484                 5,137          82            1.82
        238       Specialty Trade Contractors                                              27,519                33,876         795            2.89




Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                        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 22 - Broward County

         Industry                                                                                 Employment                  Annual Change
        Code      Title                                                                   2009                 2017          Total        Percent

                  Manufacturing                                                            27,165              27,216             6            0.02

                  Durable Goods Manufacturing                                              18,706              17,854          -106            -0.57
        321       Wood Product Manufacturing                                                  399                 435             4             1.13
        327       Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing                                 1,517               1,705            24             1.55
        331       Primary Metal Manufacturing                                                 359                 394             4             1.22
        332       Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing                                    2,894               2,832            -8            -0.27
        333       Machinery Manufacturing                                                   2,151               2,133            -2            -0.10
        334       Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing                             4,192               2,692          -188            -4.47
        335       Electrical Equipment and Appliance Manufacturing                            961                 881           -10            -1.04
        336       Transportation Equipment Manufacturing                                    1,951               1,838           -14            -0.72
        337       Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing                               1,299               1,367             8             0.65
        339       Miscellaneous Manufacturing                                               2,983               3,577            74             2.49

                  Non-Durable Goods Manufacturing                                           8,459               9,362           113             1.33
        311       Food Manufacturing                                                        1,344               1,657            39             2.91
        312       Beverage and Tobacco Product Manufacturing                                1,046               1,154            14             1.29
        313       Textile Mills                                                               309                 245            -8            -2.59
        314       Textile Product Mills                                                       405                 469             8             1.98
        315       Apparel Manufacturing                                                       448                 438            -1            -0.28
        316       Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing                                     96                 108             2             1.56
        322       Paper Manufacturing                                                         107                  94            -2            -1.52
        323       Printing and Related Support Activities                                   2,402               2,624            28             1.16
        324       Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing                                    67                  65             0            -0.37
        325       Chemical Manufacturing                                                    1,383               1,652            34             2.43
        326       Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing                                  852                 856             0             0.06




Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                        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 22 - Broward County

         Industry                                                                                 Employment                  Annual Change
        Code      Title                                                                   2009                 2017          Total        Percent

                  Trade, Transportation, and Utilities                                   165,693               187,335        2,705            1.63

        22        Utilities                                                                 1,329                1,358            4            0.27
        42        Wholesale Trade                                                          45,883               52,910          878            1.91
        423       Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods                                      23,957               27,662          463            1.93
        424       Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods                                   15,747               18,427          335            2.13
        425       Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers                       6,179                6,821           80            1.30

        44        Retail Trade                                                             96,164              106,737        1,322             1.37
        441       Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers                                          12,968               14,569          200             1.54
        442       Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores                                     4,669                5,020           44             0.94
        443       Electronics and Appliance Stores                                          5,033                5,522           61             1.21
        444       Building Material and Garden Supply Stores                                6,048                6,852          100             1.66
        445       Food and Beverage Stores                                                 18,953               21,760          351             1.85
        446       Health and Personal Care Stores                                           8,283                9,592          164             1.98
        447       Gasoline Stations                                                         2,408                2,274          -17            -0.70
        448       Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores                                  9,936               11,195          157             1.58
        451       Sporting Goods, Hobby, Book, and Music Stores                             4,334                5,008           84             1.94
        452       General Merchandise Stores                                               14,971               16,018          131             0.87
        453       Miscellaneous Store Retailers                                             5,756                6,234           60             1.04
        454       Nonstore Retailers                                                        2,805                2,693          -14            -0.50




Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                        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 22 - Broward County

         Industry                                                                                 Employment                  Annual Change
        Code      Title                                                                   2009                 2017          Total        Percent

        48        Transportation and Warehousing                                           22,317              26,330           502             2.25
        481       Air Transportation                                                        4,749               5,689           118             2.47
        482       Rail Transportation                                                         202                 200             0            -0.12
        483       Water Transportation                                                        898               1,019            15             1.68
        484       Truck Transportation                                                      2,446               3,080            79             3.24
        485       Transit and Ground Passenger Transport                                    1,184               1,281            12             1.02
        487       Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation                                       355                 367             2             0.42
        488       Support Activities for Transportation                                     6,148               7,562           177             2.87
        492       Couriers and Messengers                                                   3,621               4,161            68             1.86
        493       Warehousing and Storage                                                   2,699               2,957            32             1.19

        51        Information                                                              18,107              19,808           213            1.17

        511       Publishing Industries                                                     4,253               4,536            35             0.83
        512       Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries                             1,996               2,180            23             1.15
        515       Broadcasting (except Internet)                                              830                 946            14             1.75
        517       Telecommunications                                                        7,846               8,634            98             1.26
        518       ISPs, Web Search Portals, and Data Processing Services                    2,310               2,728            52             2.26
        519       Other Information Services                                                  872                 784           -11            -1.26

                  Financial Activities                                                     58,019              63,619           700            1.21

        52        Finance and Insurance                                                    37,804              42,486           585            1.55
        522       Credit Intermediation and Related Activities                             18,256              19,942           211            1.15
        523       Securities, Commodity Contracts, and Other Investments                    4,194               4,987            99            2.36
        524       Insurance Carriers and Related Activities                                15,201              17,399           275            1.81
        525       Funds, Trusts, and Other Financial Vehicles                                 153                 158             1            0.41




Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                        4
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Industry*
    * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the job growth projected in this
    forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

    Workforce Region 22 - Broward County

         Industry                                                                                 Employment                  Annual Change
        Code      Title                                                                   2009                 2017          Total        Percent

        53        Real Estate and Rental and Leasing                                       20,215               21,133          115             0.57
        531       Real Estate                                                              14,730               16,062          166             1.13
        532       Rental and Leasing Services                                               5,275                4,913          -45            -0.86
        533       Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets                                   210                  158           -6            -3.10

                  Professional and Business Services                                     113,487               136,782        2,912            2.57

        54        Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services                         51,501               60,080        1,072            2.08
        55        Management of Companies and Enterprises                                   5,868                6,711          105            1.80
        56        Administrative and Support and Waste Management                          56,118               69,991        1,734            3.09
        561       Administrative and Support Services                                      52,856               66,511        1,707            3.23
        562       Waste Management and Remediation Service                                  3,262                3,480           27            0.84

                  Education and Health Services                                            94,727              116,942        2,777            2.93

        61        Educational Services                                                     19,582               22,758          397            2.03
        62        Health Care and Social Assistance                                        75,145               94,184        2,380            3.17
        621       Ambulatory Health Care Services                                          41,221               53,817        1,574            3.82
        622       Hospitals                                                                10,773               11,380           76            0.70
        623       Nursing and Residential Care Facilities                                  11,506               13,552          256            2.22
        624       Social Assistance                                                        11,645               15,435          474            4.07

                  Leisure and Hospitality                                                  76,900               84,855          994            1.29

        71        Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation                                      11,723               12,420           87             0.74
        711       Performing Arts, Spectator Sports, and Related Industries                 4,194                3,364         -104            -2.47
        712       Museums, Historical Sites, and Similar Institutions                         361                  397            4             1.25
        713       Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries                            7,168                8,659          186             2.60



Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                        5
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Industry*
    * Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the job growth projected in this
    forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

    Workforce Region 22 - Broward County

         Industry                                                                                 Employment                  Annual Change
        Code      Title                                                                   2009                 2017          Total        Percent

        72        Accommodation and Food Services                                          65,177               72,435          907            1.39
        721       Accommodation                                                            10,954               12,062          138            1.26
        722       Food Services and Drinking Places                                        54,223               60,373          769            1.42

        81        Other Services (Except Government)                                       31,128               34,953          478            1.54

        811       Repair and Maintenance                                                    7,716                8,884          146            1.89
        812       Personal and Laundry Services                                            10,132               10,743           76            0.75
        813       Membership Associations and Organizations                                13,280               15,326          256            1.93

                  Government                                                             102,500               114,395        1,487            1.45

                  Federal Government                                                        7,438                7,603           21            0.28
                  State Government                                                          6,506                6,846           42            0.65
                  Local Government                                                         88,556               99,946        1,424            1.61

                  Self-Employed and Unpaid Family Workers                                  64,922               71,002          760            1.17




Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                       6
                                              FASTEST-GROWING INDUSTRIES*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the job growth projected in this forecast includes
the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County

              Industry                                                                                      Employment                     Annual Change
  Rank      Code Title                                                                             2009                  2017             Total        Percent
            naic    indtitle                                                                        curr                  proj    Achng              Aperch
     1      624     Social Assistance                                                              11,645                15,435             474           4.07
     2      621     Ambulatory Health Care Services                                                41,221                53,817           1,574           3.82
     3      484     Truck Transportation                                                            2,446                 3,080              79           3.24
     4      561     Administrative and Support Services                                            52,856                66,511           1,707           3.23
     5      311     Food Manufacturing                                                              1,344                 1,657              39           2.91
     6      238     Specialty Trade Contractors                                                    27,519                33,876             795           2.89
     7      488     Support Activities for Transportation                                           6,148                 7,562             177           2.87
     8      713     Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries                                  7,168                 8,659             186           2.60
     9      339     Miscellaneous Manufacturing                                                     2,983                 3,577              74           2.49
    10      481     Air Transportation                                                              4,749                 5,689             118           2.47
    11      325     Chemical Manufacturing                                                          1,383                 1,652              34           2.43
    12      523     Securities, Commodity Contracts, and Other Investments                          4,194                 4,987              99           2.36
    13      518     ISPs, Web Search Portals, and Data Processing Services                          2,310                 2,728              52           2.26
    14      623     Nursing and Residential Care Facilities                                        11,506                13,552             256           2.22
    15      424     Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods                                         15,747                18,427             335           2.13
    16      540     Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services                               51,501                60,080           1,072           2.08
    17      610     Educational Services                                                           19,582                22,758             397           2.03
    18      446     Health and Personal Care Stores                                                 8,283                 9,592             164           1.98
    19      451     Sporting Goods, Hobby, Book, and Music Stores                                   4,334                 5,008              84           1.94
    20      423     Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods                                            23,957                27,662             463           1.93

This table includes industries with a minimum of 700 jobs in 2009.




 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                             7
                                  INDUSTRIES GAINING THE MOST NEW JOBS*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the job growth projected in this forecast includes
the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County

              Industry                                                                                      Employment               Annual Change
  Rank      Code Title                                                                             2009                  2017       Total        Percent
            naic    indtitle                                                                        curr                  proj     Achng          Aperch
     1      561     Administrative and Support Services                                            52,856                66,511     1,707            3.23
     2      621     Ambulatory Health Care Services                                                41,221                53,817     1,574            3.82
     3      930     Local Government                                                               88,556                99,946     1,424            1.61
     4      540     Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services                               51,501                60,080     1,072            2.08
     5      238     Specialty Trade Contractors                                                    27,519                33,876       795            2.89
     6      722     Food Services and Drinking Places                                              54,223                60,373       769            1.42
     7      624     Social Assistance                                                              11,645                15,435       474            4.07
     8      423     Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods                                            23,957                27,662       463            1.93
     9      610     Educational Services                                                           19,582                22,758       397            2.03
    10      445     Food and Beverage Stores                                                       18,953                21,760       351            1.85
    11      424     Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods                                         15,747                18,427       335            2.13
    12      524     Insurance Carriers and Related Activities                                      15,201                17,399       275            1.81
    13      813     Membership Associations and Organizations                                      13,280                15,326       256            1.93
    14      623     Nursing and Residential Care Facilities                                        11,506                13,552       256            2.22
    15      522     Credit Intermediation and Related Activities                                   18,256                19,942       211            1.15
    16      441     Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers                                                12,968                14,569       200            1.54
    17      713     Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries                                  7,168                 8,659       186            2.60
    18      488     Support Activities for Transportation                                           6,148                 7,562       177            2.87
    19      531     Real Estate                                                                    14,730                16,062       166            1.13
    20      446     Health and Personal Care Stores                                                 8,283                 9,592       164            1.98




 Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                         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.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                             2009
                                                                                                     Annual       Average Annual Openings       Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment        Percent   Due To     Due To                Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017      Change    Growth Separations      Total    Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj        gpct      aog     aosep         aotot           wg    ect
000000   Total, All Occupations                                                793,958      906,478       1.77  14,497    17,284      31,781       NA      NA
110000   Management Occupations                                                 29,198        32,356      1.35     396       589         985       NA      NA
111000   Top Executives                                                           7,945        8,453      0.80      64       196         260       NA      NA
111011    Chief Executives                                                        2,488        2,660      0.86      22        67           89    88.40      5
111021    General and Operations Managers                                         5,322        5,657      0.79      42       126         168     52.79      4
111031    Legislators                                                               135          136      0.09       0         3            3    21.63      5
112000   Marketing, Public Relations & Sales Managers                             2,912        3,313      1.72      50        63         113       NA      NA
112021    Marketing Managers                                                        656          756      1.91      13        14           27    54.96      4
112022    Sales Managers                                                          1,884        2,138      1.69      32        41           73    61.69      4
113000   Operations Specialties Managers                                          5,130        5,738      1.48      76        97         173       NA      NA
113011    Administrative Services Managers                                          946        1,049      1.36      13        24           37    46.01      4
113021    Computer and Information Systems Managers                                 826          932      1.60      13        13           26    60.40      4
113031    Financial Managers                                                      2,143        2,384      1.41      30        30           60    51.51      4
113041    Compensation and Benefits Managers                                        259          297      1.83       5         5           10    51.97      4
113042    Training and Development Managers                                         101          116      1.86       2         2            4    47.71      4
113049    Human Resources Managers, All Other                                       202          235      2.04       4         4            8    46.89      5
113051    Industrial Production Managers                                            172          186      1.02       2         6            8    42.89      4
113061    Purchasing Managers                                                       149          163      1.17       2         4            6    43.38      4
113071    Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers                        332          376      1.66       6        10           16    43.74      4
119000   Other Management Occupations                                           13,210        14,852      1.55     206       233         439       NA      NA
119011    Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers                              136          175      3.58       5         1            6      NA      NA
119012    Farmers and Ranchers                                                      470          461    -0.24        0         4            4      NA       1
119021    Construction Managers                                                   3,177        3,803      2.46      78        47         125     49.13      4
119031    Education Administrators, Preschool and Child Care                         53           60      1.65       1         1            2    26.19      4
119032    Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary                        701          825      2.21      16        19           35      NA       5
119033    Education Administrators, Postsecondary                                   217          239      1.27       3         6            9    56.52      5
119039    Education Administrators, All Other                                       137          173      3.28       5         4            9    46.18      5
119041    Engineering Managers                                                      303          317      0.58       2         6            8    54.93      5
119051    Food Service Managers                                                   1,200        1,258      0.60       7        28           35    23.32      4

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                           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.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                     2009
                                                                                                          Annual       Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent   Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change    Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                           cur             prj            gpct       aog         aosep         aotot          wg    ect
119111     Medical and Health Services Managers                                 953              1,183       3.02          29            17        46    49.73      4
119121     Natural Sciences Managers                                             44                 50       1.70           1             1         2    63.25      5
119141     Property, Real Estate & Community Association Managers             2,428              2,526       0.50          12            33        45    33.93      4
119151     Social and Community Service Managers                                177                220       3.04           5             3         8    42.03      4
119199     Managers, All Other                                                2,827              3,129       1.34          38            55        93    45.08      4
130000   Business and Financial Operations Occupations                      39,866              45,813       1.86         747           639     1,386      NA      NA
131000   Business Operations Specialists                                    21,094              24,125       1.80         382           343       725      NA      NA
131011     Agents and Business Managers of Artists & Entertainers               170                143      -1.99           0             5         5    26.15      5
131021     Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products                           53                 60       1.65           1             1         2    28.22      3
131022     Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products                    425                448       0.68           3             9        12    27.66      4
131023     Purchasing Agents, Except Farm Products & Trade                      966              1,030       0.83           8            20        28    25.04      4
131031     Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators                     1,706              1,976       1.98          34            42        76    26.07      3
131032     Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage                                     17                 20       2.21           0             0         0    27.95      3
131041     Compliance Officers, Exc. Safety, Agri, Constr & Transp.           2,031              2,178       0.90          18            23        41    23.18      3
131051     Cost Estimators                                                      926              1,153       3.06          28            18        46    29.31      4
131061     Emergency Management Specialists                                      23                 26       1.63           0             0         0    33.90      4
131071     Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists                 1,321              1,579       2.44          32            27        59    25.02      4
131072     Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists                 399                450       1.60           6             8        14    27.14      4
131073     Training and Development Specialists                               1,084              1,230       1.68          18            23        41    27.11      5
131079     Human Resources, Training, & Labor Relations Specialists, All Other1,283              1,533       2.44          31            26        57    26.58      5
131081     Logisticians                                                         206                246       2.43           5             3         8    31.88      5
131111     Management Analysts                                                4,113              4,352       0.73          30            69        99    43.41      5
131121     Meeting and Convention Planners                                      404                448       1.36           6             8        14    24.47      2
131199     Business Operations Specialists, All Other                         5,967              7,253       2.69         161            60       221    29.96      4
132000   Financial Specialists                                              18,772              21,688       1.94         365           295       660      NA      NA
132011     Accountants and Auditors                                           9,073             10,898       2.51         228           152       380    32.25      4
132021     Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate                              884                950       0.93           8            17        25    20.99      3
132031     Budget Analysts                                                      201                225       1.49           3             5         8    29.55      5
132041     Credit Analysts                                                      299                309       0.42           1            11        12    28.91      3

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                  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.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                     2009
                                                                                                          Annual       Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent   Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change    Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj            gpct       aog         aosep         aotot          wg    ect
132051     Financial Analysts                                                     1,336          1,550       2.00          27             7        34    40.23      4
132052     Personal Financial Advisors                                            2,135          2,501       2.14          46            18        64    45.62      4
132053     Insurance Underwriters                                                   435            483       1.38           6            11        17    25.27      3
132071     Loan Counselors                                                          249            255       0.30           1             3         4    17.91      4
132072     Loan Officers                                                          2,226          2,420       1.09          24            23        47    27.69      4
132081     Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents                            406            432       0.80           3            10        13    30.86      5
132099     Financial Specialists, All Other                                       1,233          1,353       1.22          15            32        47    28.90      3
150000   Computer and Mathematical Occupations                                   18,864         22,156       2.18         417           418       835      NA      NA
151000   Computer Specialists                                                    18,267         21,509       2.22         411           406       817      NA      NA
151021     Computer Programmers                                                   2,154          2,107      -0.27           0            45        45    33.52      3
151031     Computer Software Engineers, Applications                              2,294          3,013       3.92          90            31       121    37.94      4
151032     Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software                          1,206          1,377       1.77          21            17        38    39.82      5
151041     Computer Support Specialists                                           5,227          5,623       0.95          50           158       208    18.21      3
151051     Computer Systems Analysts                                              2,367          2,860       2.60          62            60       122    30.89      4
151061     Database Administrators                                                  613            747       2.73          17             6        23    32.53      4
151071     Network and Computer Systems Administrators                            1,676          2,073       2.96          50            36        86    34.10      4
151081     Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts                       2,409          3,342       4.84         117            44       161    31.58      3
152031     Operations Research Analysts                                             515            556       1.00           5            10        15    26.72      6
170000   Architecture and Engineering Occupations                                10,113         11,212       1.36         174           236       410      NA      NA
171000   Architects, Surveyors, and Cartographers                                 1,087          1,328       2.77          30            22        52      NA      NA
171011     Architects, Except Landscape and Naval                                   600            727       2.65          16            11        27    28.68      6
171022     Surveyors                                                                258            324       3.20           8             8        16    33.61      4
172000   Engineers                                                                5,616          6,063       0.99          92           139       231      NA      NA
172031     Biomedical Engineers                                                      42             50       2.38           1             1         2    37.71      5
172051     Civil Engineers                                                        1,725          2,067       2.48          43            43        86    36.51      5
172071     Electrical Engineers                                                     493            518       0.63           3            11        14    44.46      5
172072     Electronics Engineers, Except Computer                                   362            388       0.90           3             8        11    35.22      5
172081     Environmental Engineers                                                  368            423       1.87           7            10        17    48.56      5
172111     Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining                               133            151       1.69           2             3         5    33.61      5

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                  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.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                    2009
                                                                                                           Annual       Average Annual Openings        Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment              Percent   Due To     Due To                 Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017            Change    Growth Separations      Total     Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur           prj           gpct       aog        aosep        aotot          wg    ect
172112     Industrial Engineers                                                       712           830       2.07         15           16        31    29.77      5
172141     Mechanical Engineers                                                       349           406       2.04          7            7        14    32.07      5
172199     Engineers, All Other                                                       335           397       2.31          8            4        12    36.67      5
173000   Drafters, Engineering, and Mapping Technicians                             3,410         3,821       1.51         52           74       126      NA      NA
173011     Architectural and Civil Drafters                                           753           839       1.43         11           21        32    21.88      3
173012     Electrical and Electronics Drafters                                        142           150       0.70          1            4         5    23.21      3
173013     Mechanical Drafters                                                        131           143       1.15          2            4         6    22.64      3
173019     Drafters, All Other                                                        157           179       1.75          3            4         7    23.04      3
173022     Civil Engineering Technicians                                              445           505       1.69          8            8        16    26.11      4
173023     Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians                          697           694      -0.05          0           14        14    25.29      4
173024     Electro-Mechanical Technicians                                              53            56       0.71          0            1         1    18.87      3
173025     Environmental Engineering Technicians                                       51            61       2.45          1            1         2    18.51      4
173026     Industrial Engineering Technicians                                         106           123       2.00          2            2         4    18.76      3
173027     Mechanical Engineering Technicians                                          35            42       2.50          1            1         2    18.40      4
173031     Surveying and Mapping Technicians                                          797           982       2.90         23           14        37    19.17      3
190000   Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations                             4,327         4,961       1.83         79           94       173      NA      NA
191000   Life Scientists                                                              655           751       1.83         12           19        31      NA      NA
191023     Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists                                          16            17       0.78          0            0         0    25.46      5
191032     Foresters                                                                   16            17       0.78          0            1         1    26.94      4
192000   Physical Scientists                                                          915         1,037       1.67         15           23        38      NA      NA
192031     Chemists                                                                   157           180       1.83          3            4         7    29.02      5
192042     Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers                         113           125       1.33          2            3         5    29.03      5
193000   Social Scientists and Related Workers                                      1,977         2,286       1.95         39           25        64      NA      NA
193021     Market Research Analysts                                                   963         1,075       1.45         14            6        20    26.91      5
193031     Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists                             399           497       3.07         12            6        18    44.59      6
193051     Urban and Regional Planners                                                210           234       1.43          3            6         9    32.26      5
193099     Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other                           114           147       3.62          4            3         7    30.40      5
194000   Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians                               781           887       1.70         13           28        41      NA      NA
194031     Chemical Technicians                                                       127           149       2.17          3            4         7    18.91      4

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                 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.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                     2009
                                                                                                          Annual       Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent   Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change    Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj            gpct       aog         aosep         aotot          wg    ect
194061     Social Science Research Assistants                                       121            134       1.34           2             5         7    17.02      4
194092     Forensic Science Technicians                                              95            121       3.42           3             3         6    26.53      3
194099     Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other                178            196       1.26           2             7         9    20.83      4
210000   Community and Social Services Occupations                                9,746         11,740       2.56         249           162       411      NA      NA
211000   Social Workers & Community & Social Service Specialists                  7,945          9,628       2.65         210           132       342      NA      NA
211011     Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors                       368            449       2.75          10             7        17    25.93      3
211012     Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors                         1,261          1,467       2.04          26            24        50    25.77      6
211014     Mental Health Counselors                                                 546            636       2.06          11            10        21    22.34      6
211015     Rehabilitation Counselors                                                327            398       2.71           9             6        15    16.49      5
211019     Counselors, All Other                                                    405            518       3.49          14             8        22    17.17      6
211021     Child, Family, and School Social Workers                               1,127          1,418       3.23          36            22        58    21.42      6
211022     Medical and Public Health Social Workers                                 535            707       4.02          22            10        32    23.02      6
211023     Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers                         361            457       3.32          12             7        19    20.79      6
211029     Social Workers, All Other                                                200            240       2.50           5             4         9    21.59      5
211091     Health Educators                                                         278            367       4.00          11             3        14    17.93      5
211092     Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists                484            522       0.98           5             6        11      NA       3
211093     Social and Human Service Assistants                                    1,215          1,392       1.82          22            14        36    17.00      3
211099     Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other                      543            699       3.59          20             6        26    21.92      3
212011     Clergy                                                                   818            968       2.29          19            11        30    22.16      5
230000   Legal Occupations                                                       10,103         11,066       1.19         122           170       292      NA      NA
231011     Lawyers                                                                6,199          6,667       0.94          59           115       174    51.96      6
231021     Admin. Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers                     30             31       0.42           0             1         1      NA       5
231022     Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators                                  14             15       0.89           0             0         0    21.90      5
232000   Legal Support Workers                                                    3,849          4,343       1.60          63            54       117      NA      NA
232011     Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                        2,498          2,902       2.02          51            32        83    23.25      3
232091     Court Reporters                                                          271            360       4.11          11             4        15      NA       3
232092     Law Clerks                                                               176            171      -0.36           0             3         3    20.70      5
232093     Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers                              725            717      -0.14           0            12        12    18.98      3
250000   Education, Training, and Library Occupations                            40,349         47,732       2.29         923           686     1,609      NA      NA

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                  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.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                       2009
                                                                                                         Annual          Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment            Percent      Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017          Change       Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc    OccTtl                                                     cur                     prj           gpct          aog         aosep        aotot           wg    ect
251000 Postsecondary Teachers                                         5,408                     6,331          2.13         115           87       202       NA      NA
251011 Business Teachers, Postsecondary                                 227                       263          1.98           5            4          9      NA       5
251021 Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary                         113                       133          2.21           3            2          5    43.60      5
251022 Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary                     184                       212          1.90           4            3          7      NA       6
251031 Architecture Teachers, Postsecondary                              27                        30          1.39           0            0          0      NA       6
251032 Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary                               53                        61          1.89           1            1          2    34.87      6
251042 Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary                       150                       173          1.92           3            2          5    43.63      6
251051 Earth and Space Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary                  14                        16          1.79           0            0          0      NA       6
251052 Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary                                 23                        26          1.63           0            0          0      NA       6
251054 Physics Teachers, Postsecondary                                   11                        13          2.27           0            0          0      NA       6
251063 Economics Teachers, Postsecondary                                 15                        17          1.67           0            0          0      NA       6
251065 Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary                         20                        22          1.25           0            0          0      NA       6
251066 Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary                               133                       154          1.97           3            2          5    40.73      6
251067 Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary                                 19                        22          1.97           0            0          0      NA       6
251069 Social Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary, All Other                18                        21          2.08           0            0          0      NA       6
251071 Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary                       617                       715          1.99          12           10         22    31.13      6
251072 Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary                   99                       115          2.02           2            2          4      NA       5
251081 Education Teachers, Postsecondary                                153                       177          1.96           3            3          6    44.17      6
251111 Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsecondary        54                        62          1.85           1            1          2      NA       4
251112 Law Teachers, Postsecondary                                       17                        19          1.47           0            0          0      NA       6
251121 Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postsecondary                    225                       277          2.89           7            4         11    39.51      6
251122 Communications Teachers, Postsecondary                            62                        76          2.82           2            1          3    36.86      6
251123 English Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary            138                       161          2.08           3            2          5      NA       6
251124 Foreign Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary             71                        81          1.76           1            1          2      NA       6
251125 History Teachers, Postsecondary                                   13                        15          1.92           0            0          0      NA       6
251126 Philosophy and Religion Teachers, Postsecondary                   18                        20          1.39           0            0          0      NA       6
251191 Graduate Teaching Assistants                                      16                        19          2.34           0            0          0      NA       5
251192 Home Economics Teachers, Postsecondary                            30                        35          2.08           1            1          2      NA       5
251193 Recreation & Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary              38                        44          1.97           1            1          2      NA       5

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                    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.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                        2009
                                                                                                          Annual          Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent      Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change       Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj            gpct          aog         aosep         aotot          wg    ect
251194     Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary                             932          1,118          2.49          23            15        38    29.56      3
251199     Postsecondary Teachers, All Other                                      1,884          2,192          2.04          39            30        69    45.31      4
252011     Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education                           3,254          3,865          2.35          76            51       127    13.73      4
252012     Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education                          903          1,129          3.13          28            14        42      NA       5
252021     Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education                   5,884          7,223          2.84         167           121       288      NA       5
252022     Middle School Teachers, Exc. Special & Voc. Education                  2,743          3,316          2.61          72            57       129      NA       5
252023     Vocational Education Teachers, Middle School                              73             79          1.03           1             2         3      NA       5
252031     Secondary School Teachers, Exc. Special and Voc. Ed.                   3,901          4,538          2.04          80           111       191      NA       5
252032     Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School                          313            335          0.88           3             9        12      NA       5
252041     Special Education Teachers, Preschool - Elementary                       566            724          3.49          20            12        32      NA       5
252042     Special Education Teachers, Middle School                                224            281          3.18           7             5        12      NA       5
252043     Special Education Teachers, Secondary School                             187            221          2.27           4             4         8      NA       5
253021     Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                                     1,430          1,728          2.60          37            15        52    16.58      3
254000   Librarians, Curators, and Archivists                                       786            843          0.91           7            24        31      NA      NA
254013     Museum Technicians and Conservators                                       28             31          1.34           0             1         1     9.74      6
254021     Librarians                                                               649            691          0.81           5            17        22    29.56      5
254031     Library Technicians                                                       84             92          1.19           1             4         5    16.68      4
259000   Other Education, Training, and Library Occupations                       5,321          6,289          2.27         121            80       201      NA      NA
259031     Instructional Coordinators                                               531            652          2.85          15             7        22    31.78      4
259041     Teacher Assistants                                                     4,164          4,872          2.13          89            65       154    13.39      3
259099     Education, Training, and Library Workers, All Other                      606            747          2.91          18             8        26    26.16      5
270000   Arts, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations                      13,259         14,548          1.22         185           307       492      NA      NA
271000   Art and Design Workers                                                   4,117          4,815          2.12          87           102       189      NA      NA
271011     Art Directors                                                            440            492          1.48           7            10        17    34.21      5
271014     Multi-Media Artists and Animators                                        230            285          2.99           7             5        12    24.27      4
271021     Commercial and Industrial Designers                                       28             34          2.68           1             1         2    30.02      3
271023     Floral Designers                                                         278            339          2.74           8             7        15    12.62      3
271024     Graphic Designers                                                      1,898          2,178          1.84          35            49        84    21.79      4
271025     Interior Designers                                                       558            712          3.45          19            14        33    23.80      4

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                     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.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                   2009
                                                                                                          Annual       Average Annual Openings        Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent   Due To     Due To                 Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change    Growth Separations      Total     Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj            gpct       aog       aosep         aotot          wg    ect
271026    Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers                                438            492       1.54         7            11        18    14.29      2
271029    Designers, All Other                                                       59             68       1.91         1             2         3    20.89      4
272000   Entertainers, Athletes and Related Workers                               3,504          3,620       0.41        34            86       120      NA      NA
272012    Producers and Directors                                                   439            473       0.97         4            13        17    30.83      4
272021    Athletes and Sports Competitors                                           345            251      -3.41         0             9         9    48.91      2
272022    Coaches and Scouts                                                        774            858       1.36        11            19        30    24.79      4
272023    Umpires, Referees, and Other Sports Officials                              32             23      -3.52         0             1         1    19.72      3
272099    Entertainers, Athletes and Related Workers, All Other                     123             99      -2.44         0             4         4    16.64      1
273000   Media and Communications Workers                                         3,664          3,965       1.03        42            68       110      NA      NA
273011    Radio and Television Announcers                                           180            190       0.69         1             6         7    21.07      3
273012    Public Address System and Other Announcers                                283            311       1.24         4             9        13    16.86      1
273022    Reporters and Correspondents                                              147            137      -0.85         0             5         5    22.87      5
273031    Public Relations Specialists                                            1,507          1,717       1.74        26            11        37    28.36      4
273041    Editors                                                                   518            492      -0.63         0            16        16    27.37      5
273042    Technical Writers                                                         140            152       1.07         2             4         6    28.40      4
273043    Writers and Authors                                                       660            704       0.83         6            12        18    22.89      5
273099    Media and Communications Workers, All Other                                98            103       0.64         1             2         3    22.09      4
274000   Media and Communications Equipment Workers                               1,974          2,148       1.10        22            51        73      NA      NA
274011    Audio and Video Equipment Technicians                                     577            691       2.47        14            18        32    15.70      4
274012    Broadcast Technicians                                                     193            207       0.91         2             6         8    18.55      4
274021    Photographers                                                             938            952       0.19         2            21        23    14.62      3
274099    Media & Communications Equipment Workers, All Other                        30             32       0.83         0             1         1    23.31      4
290000   Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations                      40,159         49,158       2.80     1,125           712     1,837      NA      NA
291000   Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners                            24,176         29,528       2.77       669           377     1,046      NA      NA
291011    Chiropractors                                                             516            601       2.06        11             5        16    37.31      6
291021    Dentists, General                                                         546            624       1.79        10            10        20    76.23      6
291031    Dietitians and Nutritionists                                              186            196       0.67         1             5         6    26.64      5
291041    Optometrists                                                               98            110       1.53         2             2         4    45.31      6
291051    Pharmacists                                                             1,732          2,158       3.07        53            28        81    51.55      6

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                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.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                     2009
                                                                                                          Annual       Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent   Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change    Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc    OccTtl                                                                 cur         prj            gpct       aog         aosep         aotot          wg    ect
291062 Family and General Practitioners                                             774            883       1.76          14            14        28    63.75      6
291066 Psychiatrists                                                                 51             63       2.94           2             1         3    72.19      6
291067 Surgeons                                                                     136            149       1.19           2             2         4    62.31      6
291069 Physicians and Surgeons, All Other                                         2,058          2,452       2.39          49            35        84    86.44      6
291071 Physician Assistants                                                         271            340       3.18           9             4        13    42.22      5
291111 Registered Nurses                                                         13,362         16,563       2.99         400           207       607    31.54      4
291122 Occupational Therapists                                                      513            662       3.63          19             7        26    36.88      5
291123 Physical Therapists                                                          981          1,271       3.70          36            11        47    39.68      5
291125 Recreational Therapists                                                       69             72       0.54           0             1         1    19.92      5
291126 Respiratory Therapists                                                       584            677       1.99          12             8        20    26.14      4
291127 Speech and Language Pathologists                                             479            565       2.24          11             9        20    38.31      6
291129 Therapists, All Other                                                        630            736       2.10          13             7        20    20.54      4
291131 Veterinarians                                                                312            382       2.80           9             6        15    50.38      6
291199 Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other                      271            331       2.77           8             4        12    25.62      6
292000 Health Technologists and Technicians                                      15,741         19,354       2.87         452           331       783      NA      NA
292011 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists                              1,133          1,344       2.33          26            16        42    26.89      4
292012 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians                                  944          1,074       1.72          16            14        30    17.80      4
292021 Dental Hygienists                                                          1,058          1,377       3.77          40            19        59    29.77      4
292031 Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians                                 384            466       2.67          10             5        15    19.04      3
292032 Diagnostic Medical Sonographers                                              354            401       1.66           6             5        11    28.89      3
292033 Nuclear Medicine Technologists                                               166            189       1.73           3             2         5    37.78      4
292034 Radiologic Technologists and Technicians                                   1,246          1,405       1.60          20            16        36    26.92      3
292041 Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics                               1,295          1,697       3.88          50            14        64    14.51      4
292052 Pharmacy Technicians                                                       2,108          2,827       4.26          90            59       149    14.57      3
292053 Psychiatric Technicians                                                      667            693       0.49           3            20        23    13.14      3
292054 Respiratory Therapy Technicians                                              213            211      -0.12           0             7         7    21.04      3
292055 Surgical Technologists                                                       519            641       2.94          15            15        30    18.72      3
292056 Veterinary Technologists and Technicians                                     491            614       3.13          15            14        29    13.43      4
292061 Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses                          3,311          4,233       3.48         115            84       199    20.09      3

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                  17
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                     2009
                                                                                                          Annual       Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent   Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change    Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj            gpct       aog         aosep         aotot          wg    ect
292071     Medical Records and Health Information Technicians                       762            913       2.48          19            20        39    17.07      4
292081     Opticians, Dispensing                                                    548            598       1.14           6            17        23    18.94      4
292099     Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other                          484            602       3.05          15             4        19    22.23      3
299000   Other Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations                   242            276       1.76           4             4         8      NA      NA
299011     Occupational Health and Safety Specialists                                99            112       1.64           2             2         4    33.23      3
299091     Athletic Trainers                                                         61             68       1.43           1             1         2    23.17      4
310000   Healthcare Support Occupations                                          21,826         28,250       3.68         803           221     1,024      NA      NA
311000   Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides                             11,689         15,646       4.23         495            96       591      NA      NA
311011     Home Health Aides                                                      4,357          6,571       6.35         277            34       311     9.87      3
311012     Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants                               7,101          8,787       2.97         211            60       271    11.18      3
311013     Psychiatric Aides                                                        231            288       3.08           7             2         9    12.77      3
312000   Occupational and Physical Therapist Assistants & Aides                     773          1,003       3.72          29            10        39      NA      NA
312021     Physical Therapist Assistants                                            441            587       4.14          18             5        23    25.96      4
312022     Physical Therapist Aides                                                 195            234       2.50           5             2         7    12.40      3
319000   Other Healthcare Support Occupations                                     9,363         11,601       2.99         280           116       396      NA      NA
319011     Massage Therapists                                                     1,403          1,653       2.23          31            15        46    17.29      3
319091     Dental Assistants                                                      1,695          2,192       3.67          62            27        89    16.32      3
319092     Medical Assistants                                                     3,876          5,003       3.63         141            45       186    14.34      3
319093     Medical Equipment Preparers                                              481            533       1.35           7             6        13    12.84      3
319094     Medical Transcriptionists                                                331            362       1.17           4             4         8    17.19      3
319095     Pharmacy Aides                                                           378            376      -0.07           0             5         5    10.31      3
319096     Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal Caretakers                   344            370       0.94           3             4         7     9.52      3
319099     Healthcare Support Workers, All Other                                    856          1,112       3.74          32            10        42    14.56      3
330000   Protective Service Occupations                                          21,902         25,288       1.93         423           595     1,018      NA      NA
331000   First-Line Supervisors, Protective Service Workers                       1,039          1,173       1.61          17            26        43      NA      NA
331011     First-Line Supervisors of Correctional Officers                           40             44       1.25           1             1         2      NA       3
331012     First-Line Supervisors of Police and Detectives                          249            267       0.90           2             8        10    48.69      4
331021     First-Line Superv. of Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers               387            424       1.20           5            12        17    42.57      3
331099     First-Line Superv., Protective Service Workers, All Other                363            438       2.58           9             6        15    19.49      3

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                  18
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                     2009
                                                                                                          Annual          Average Annual Openings       Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent      Due To     Due To                Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change       Growth Separations      Total    Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                         cur               prj            gpct          aog       aosep       aotot           wg    ect
332000   Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers                               2,516                2,753          1.18        30          88       118       NA      NA
332011     Fire Fighters                                                    2,423                2,652          1.18        29          86       115     27.37      3
332021     Fire Inspectors and Investigators                                   93                  101          1.08         1           2          3    34.08      3
333000   Law Enforcement Workers                                            6,431                7,096          1.29        83         157       240       NA      NA
333011     Bailiffs                                                           150                  164          1.17         2           3          5      NA       3
333012     Correctional Officers and Jailers                                1,795                1,984          1.32        24          40         64      NA       3
333021     Detectives and Criminal Investigators                              637                  746          2.14        14          13         27    35.68      3
333031     Fish and Game Wardens                                               14                   14          0.00         0           0          0      NA       3
333041     Parking Enforcement Workers                                         55                   60          1.14         1           1          2      NA       2
333051     Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                             3,777                4,125          1.15        44          99       143     31.19      3
339000   Other Protective Service Workers                                 11,916                14,266          2.47       294         324       618       NA      NA
339011     Animal Control Workers                                              39                   43          1.28         1           1          2    19.09      1
339032     Security Guards                                                  8,632               10,414          2.58       223         166       389     10.72      3
339091     Crossing Guards                                                    239                  241          0.10         0           7          7    12.34      1
339092     Lifeguards and Other Recreational Protective Service Workers       899                  997          1.36        12          65         77    13.22      1
339099     Protective Service Workers, All Other                              895                1,046          2.11        19          63         82    17.76      3
350000   Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations                 64,639                72,853          1.59     1,027       2,238     3,265       NA      NA
351000   Supervisors, Food Preparation and Serving Workers                  4,417                4,939          1.48        65          35       100       NA      NA
351011     Chefs and Head Cooks                                               520                  579          1.42         7           6         13    22.02      3
351012     First-Line Superv. of Food Preparation & Serving Workers         3,897                4,360          1.49        58          28         86    18.14      3
352000   Cooks and Food Preparation Workers                               12,800                14,433          1.59       204         364       568       NA      NA
352011     Cooks, Fast Food                                                 1,333                1,444          1.04        14          35         49     8.28      1
352012     Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria                                 1,236                1,426          1.92        24          32         56    12.51      2
352014     Cooks, Restaurant                                                5,904                6,536          1.34        79         156       235     11.73      3
352021     Food Preparation Workers                                         3,846                4,520          2.19        84         128       212      9.98      1
353000   Food and Beverage Serving Workers                                38,635                43,853          1.69       652       1,420     2,072       NA      NA
353011     Bartenders                                                       3,258                3,658          1.53        50         115       165     10.68      1
353021     Food Preparation & Serving Workers, Including Fast Food        16,184                18,830          2.04       331         294       625      8.46      1
353022     Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, and Coffee Shop                   2,286                2,700          2.26        52         151       203      9.53      1

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                  19
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                      2009
                                                                                                          Annual       Average Annual Openings           Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent   Due To     Due To                    Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change    Growth Separations      Total        Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj            gpct       aog         aosep         aotot           wg    ect
353031    Waiters and Waitresses                                                15,964          17,583       1.27         202           845     1,047     10.37      1
353041    Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                                               943          1,082       1.84          17            14         31    10.06      1
359000   Other Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers                       8,787          9,628       1.20         105           420       525       NA      NA
359011    Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers                  2,548          2,801       1.24          32           104       136      8.58      1
359021    Dishwashers                                                             3,562          3,900       1.19          42           142       184      8.61      1
359031    Hosts, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop                              2,419          2,653       1.21          29           161       190      8.95      1
359099    Food Preparation & Serving Related Workers, All Other                     258            274       0.78           2            12         14    14.39      1
370000   Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance Occupations                  29,972          34,880       2.05         614           482     1,096       NA      NA
371000   Superv., Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance                       2,385          2,755       1.94          46            26         72      NA      NA
371011    First-Line Superv. of Housekeeping & Janitorial Workers                 1,395          1,585       1.70          24            20         44    19.83      3
371012    First-Line Superv. of Landscaping and Groundskeeping                      990          1,170       2.27          23             7         30    22.65      3
372000   Building Cleaning and Pest Control Workers                             18,278          21,030       1.88         344           338       682       NA      NA
372011    Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping                  10,645          12,378       2.03         217           196       413     10.91      1
372012    Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                                         6,862          7,748       1.61         111           125       236      9.22      1
373000   Grounds Maintenance Workers                                              9,309         11,095       2.40         223           117       340       NA      NA
373011    Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                                  9,028         10,770       2.41         218           113       331     11.91      1
373019    Grounds Maintenance Workers, All Other                                     58             65       1.51           1             1          2    15.51      1
390000   Personal Care and Service Occupations                                  28,012          32,108       1.83         523           657     1,180       NA      NA
391021    First-Line Supervisors of Personal Service Workers                      1,269          1,403       1.32          17            27         44    21.24      3
392000   Animal Care and Service Workers                                            987          1,088       1.28          13            16         29      NA      NA
393000   Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers                             4,830          5,132       0.78          39           196       235       NA      NA
393021    Motion Picture Projectionists                                              48             46      -0.52           0             2          2    10.44      1
393031    Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers                               385            384      -0.03           0            27         27     9.71      1
393091    Amusement and Recreation Attendants                                     2,612          2,881       1.29          34           126       160     10.04      1
393093    Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room Attendants                        40             47       2.19           1             2          3     9.88      1
394000   Funeral Service Workers                                                    225            263       2.11           5             5         10      NA      NA
395000   Personal Appearance Workers                                              5,538          6,191       1.47          82            63       145       NA      NA
395012    Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists                          4,379          4,825       1.27          56            51       107     13.11      3
395092    Manicurists and Pedicurists                                               566            682       2.56          15             6         21    10.73      3

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                   20
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                               2009
                                                                                                       Annual       Average Annual Openings       Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment          Percent   Due To     Due To                Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017        Change    Growth Separations      Total    Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                          cur              prj         gpct       aog       aosep       aotot           wg    ect
395093     Shampooers                                                          259              285       1.25         3           3          6     9.62      1
396000   Transportation, Tourism, and Lodging Attendants                     1,930            2,175       1.59        31          41         72      NA      NA
396011     Baggage Porters and Bellhops                                        744              846       1.71        13           9         22     9.97      1
396012     Concierges                                                          166              186       1.51         3           2          5    12.37      2
396031     Flight Attendants                                                   214              270       3.27         7           4         11    14.41      2
399000   Other Personal Care and Service Workers                           12,672            15,254       2.55       333         299        632      NA      NA
399011     Child Care Workers                                                7,734            9,572       2.97       230         209        439    10.08      3
399021     Personal and Home Care Aides                                      1,085            1,583       5.74        62          16         78     9.29      3
399032     Recreation Workers                                                2,283            2,393       0.60        14          42         56    11.24      4
399099     Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other                        596              518      -1.64         0          13         13    10.70      3
410000   Sales and Related Occupations                                    116,337           129,666       1.43     1,735       3,282      5,017      NA      NA
411000   Supervisors, Sales Workers                                        12,925            14,143       1.18       152         241        393      NA      NA
411011     First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers                    9,201           10,145       1.28       118         188        306    21.68      3
411012     First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers                3,724            3,998       0.92        34          53         87    39.40      4
412000   Retail Sales Workers                                              53,320            59,211       1.38       737       1,972      2,709      NA      NA
412011     Cashiers                                                        22,254            23,340       0.61       136       1,045      1,181     8.60      2
412021     Counter and Rental Clerks                                         3,807            4,320       1.68        64         140        204    11.54      2
412031     Retail Salespersons                                             26,033            30,264       2.03       529         769      1,298    13.90      2
413000   Sales Representatives, Services                                   19,834            23,121       2.07       416         411        827      NA      NA
413011     Advertising Sales Agents                                          1,520            1,797       2.28        35          25         60    27.20      3
413021     Insurance Sales Agents                                            5,809            6,628       1.76       102         122        224    28.20      3
413031     Securities and Financial Services Sales Agents                    1,305            1,398       0.89        12          33         45    39.09      4
413041     Travel Agents                                                     1,227            1,186      -0.42         0           9          9    13.10      3
413099     Sales Representatives, Services, All Other                        9,973           12,112       2.68       267         222        489    25.40      2
414000   Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing                15,985            18,635       2.07       331         338        669      NA      NA
414011     Sales Representatives, Wholesale & Mfg, Tech. & Sci. Products     4,525            5,295       2.13        96          96        192    30.43      3
414012     Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Other       11,460            13,340       2.05       235         243        478    26.07      3
419000   Other Sales and Related Workers                                   14,274            14,556       0.25        99         321        420      NA      NA
419021     Real Estate Brokers                                               2,058            2,274       1.31        27          32         59    29.89      3

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                            21
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                               2009
                                                                                                       Annual       Average Annual Openings       Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment          Percent   Due To     Due To                Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017        Change    Growth Separations      Total    Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj         gpct       aog       aosep       aotot           wg    ect
419022     Real Estate Sales Agents                                              4,934        5,148       0.54        27          78       105     24.99      3
419031     Sales Engineers                                                         268          279       0.51         1           7          8    42.03      4
419041     Telemarketers                                                         4,830        4,321      -1.32         0         174       174     11.19      2
419099     Sales and Related Workers, All Other                                  1,443        1,668       1.95        28          13         41    16.85      3
430000   Office and Administrative Support Occupations                         151,862      168,992       1.41     2,314       3,130     5,444       NA      NA
431011     First-Line Superv. of Office and Admin. Support Workers               7,415        8,150       1.24        92         149       241     24.94      4
432011     Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service                      867          794      -1.05         0          19         19    11.55      2
433000   Financial Clerks                                                       22,971       26,589       1.97       453         419       872       NA      NA
433011     Bill and Account Collectors                                           4,104        5,106       3.05       125          58       183     14.75      2
433021     Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators                      3,048        3,411       1.49        45          38         83    15.41      2
433031     Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                         11,924       13,902       2.07       247         179       426     16.92      4
433051     Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                                          726          827       1.74        13          18         31    18.98      2
433071     Tellers                                                               2,642        2,810       0.79        21         114       135     12.36      3
434000   Information and Record Clerks                                          40,212       46,234       1.87       872         994     1,866       NA      NA
434011     Brokerage Clerks                                                        103          104       0.12         0           3          3    15.63      2
434021     Correspondence Clerks                                                    88          102       1.99         2           2          4    13.99      2
434031     Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                                    469          503       0.91         4          11         15    17.25      2
434051     Customer Service Representatives                                     18,713       23,311       3.07       575         489     1,064     14.62      3
434061     Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs                           214          237       1.34         3           4          7      NA       2
434071     File Clerks                                                           1,293          818      -4.59         0          37         37    12.48      2
434081     Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                                  1,352        1,522       1.57        21          53         74    10.78      2
434111     Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan                             1,501        1,693       1.60        24          38         62    14.90      2
434121     Library Assistants, Clerical                                            452          493       1.13         5          14         19    13.38      3
434131     Loan Interviewers and Clerks                                          1,189        1,184      -0.05         0          21         21    16.71      3
434141     New Accounts Clerks                                                     371          313      -1.95         0          11         11    14.09      3
434151     Order Clerks                                                          1,800        1,471      -2.28         0          39         39    14.10      2
434161     Human Resources Assistants, Exc. Payroll                                942        1,201       3.44        32           6         38    16.51      3
434171     Receptionists and Information Clerks                                  7,705        9,048       2.18       168         180       348     12.93      2
434181     Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks                                       2,308        2,606       1.61        37          49         86    15.97      2

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                            22
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                 2009
                                                                                                          Annual       Average Annual Openings      Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent   Due To     Due To               Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change    Growth Separations      Total   Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj            gpct      aog     aosep          aotot          wg    ect
434199    Information and Record Clerks, All Other                                1,161          1,098      -0.68        0        19           19    16.03      2
435000   Material Recording, Scheduling, and Distributing Workers                27,126         28,360        0.57     165       650          815      NA      NA
435011    Cargo and Freight Agents                                                  613            762        3.04      19        16           35    18.10      3
435021    Couriers and Messengers                                                   667            694        0.51       3        18           21    13.30      1
435031    Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers                                   788            874        1.36      11        19           30    20.46      3
435032    Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance                         1,087          1,177        1.03      11        27           38    16.24      2
435051    Postal Service Clerks                                                     386            387        0.03       0         9            9    27.51      2
435052    Postal Service Mail Carriers                                            2,016          2,025        0.06       1        59           60    25.68      2
435053    Postal Service Mail Sorters and Processors                                948            880      -0.90        0        10           10    24.97      2
435061    Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks                             1,169          1,291        1.30      15        31           46    17.55      2
435071    Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                                 3,755          4,232        1.59      60        87          147    13.34      3
435081    Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                                         14,862         15,224        0.30      45       351          396    10.83      2
435111    Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping                          688            678      -0.18        0        18           18    13.92      2
436000   Secretaries and Administrative Assistants                               29,375         32,582        1.36     401       455          856      NA      NA
436011    Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants                    10,326         11,823        1.81     187       159          346    19.25      3
436012    Legal Secretaries                                                       2,657          2,868        0.99      26        42           68    19.97      3
436013    Medical Secretaries                                                     2,842          3,384        2.38      68        43          111    14.08      3
436014    Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive                      13,550         14,507        0.88     120       212          332    14.02      3
439000   Other Office and Administrative Support Workers                         23,699         26,139        1.29     331       442          773      NA      NA
439011    Computer Operators                                                        336            268      -2.53        0         6            6    17.87      3
439021    Data Entry Keyers                                                       1,917          1,941        0.16       3        47           50    13.47      2
439022    Word Processors and Typists                                               459            424      -0.95        0         9            9    14.87      3
439031    Desktop Publishers                                                        105            107        0.24       0         2            2    15.86      3
439041    Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks                           1,264          1,330        0.65       8        15           23    17.03      2
439051    Mail Clerks and Machine Operators, Exc. Postal Service                    366            339      -0.92        0        10           10    12.68      2
439061    Office Clerks, General                                                 17,392         19,943        1.83     319       307          626    12.20      2
439071    Office Machine Operators, Except Computer                                 331            332        0.04       0        11           11    13.40      2
439081    Proofreaders and Copy Markers                                              74             75        0.17       0         2            2    14.06      2
450000   Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations                                 782            906        1.98      17        19           36      NA      NA

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                              23
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                        2009
                                                                                                          Annual          Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent      Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change       Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj            gpct          aog         aosep         aotot          wg    ect
451000   Supervisors, Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers                         44             51          1.99           1             1         2      NA      NA
452000   Agricultural Workers                                                       692            815          2.22          16            17        33      NA      NA
452011    Agricultural Inspectors                                                    17             19          1.47           0             0         0      NA       3
452092    Farmworkers & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse                       502            584          2.04          10            12        22     9.02      1
470000   Construction and Extraction Occupations                                 39,336         46,958          2.42         953           668     1,621      NA      NA
471011    First-Line Superv. of Construction and Extraction Workers               5,062          5,977          2.26         114            68       182    30.65      4
472000   Construction Trades Workers                                             29,109         34,877          2.48         721           481     1,202      NA      NA
472021    Brickmasons and Blockmasons                                               475            576          2.66          13             9        22    20.50      3
472031    Carpenters                                                              6,504          7,547          2.00         130            85       215    17.30      3
472044    Tile and Marble Setters                                                   374            445          2.37           9             5        14    13.30      3
472051    Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers                                    1,056          1,250          2.30          24            29        53    14.79      3
472053    Terrazzo Workers and Finishers                                             45             52          1.94           1             1         2    16.56      3
472061    Construction Laborers                                                   4,954          6,100          2.89         143            35       178    12.29      1
472073    Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Operators                      868          1,052          2.65          23            16        39    18.53      3
472081    Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers                                     1,175          1,320          1.54          18            16        34    15.59      3
472111    Electricians                                                            3,528          4,404          3.10         110            85       195    19.98      3
472121    Glaziers                                                                  344            410          2.40           8             6        14    20.69      3
472131    Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and Wall                               47             56          2.39           1             1         2    24.28      3
472141    Painters, Construction and Maintenance                                  2,788          3,215          1.91          53            48       101    15.85      3
472151    Pipelayers                                                                353            412          2.09           7             7        14    15.63      3
472152    Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                                 2,027          2,526          3.08          62            39       101    20.65      3
472161    Plasterers and Stucco Masons                                              357            413          1.96           7             8        15    17.52      3
472171    Reinforcing Iron and Rebar Workers                                         98            123          3.19           3             2         5    17.21      3
472181    Roofers                                                                 2,171          2,699          3.04          66            47       113    17.44      3
472211    Sheet Metal Workers                                                       707            874          2.95          21            16        37    18.32      3
472221    Structural Iron and Steel Workers                                         355            411          1.97           7            11        18    14.15      3
473000   Helpers - Construction Trades                                            2,714          3,296          2.68          73            65       138      NA      NA
473011    Helpers - Brickmasons, and Tile & Marble Setters                          249            302          2.66           7             6        13    13.66      1
473012    Helpers - Carpenters                                                      488            566          2.00          10            12        22    11.97      1

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                     24
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                        2009
                                                                                                          Annual          Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent      Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change       Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj            gpct          aog         aosep         aotot          wg    ect
473013     Helpers - Electricians                                                   826          1,028          3.06          25            20        45    12.18      1
473015     Helpers - Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                        392            506          3.64          14             9        23    12.62      1
473019     Helpers - Construction Trades, All Other                                 283            343          2.65           8             7        15    12.64      1
474000   Other Construction and Related Workers                                   2,431          2,785          1.82          44            54        98      NA      NA
474011     Construction and Building Inspectors                                     820            998          2.71          22            14        36    27.84      3
474051     Highway Maintenance Workers                                              167            180          0.97           2             3         5    14.87      3
474061     Rail-Track Laying and Maintenance Equipment Operators                     11             12          1.14           0             0         0      NA      NA
474099     Construction and Related Workers, All Other                            1,247          1,367          1.20          15            32        47    19.06      1
475000   Extraction Workers                                                          21             23          1.19           0             1         1      NA      NA
490000   Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations                       33,153         37,831          1.76         593           500     1,093      NA      NA
491011     First-Line Superv. of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers             2,005          2,294          1.80          36            45        81    30.39      3
492000   Electrical & Electronic Equipment Installers, & Repairers                5,738          6,447          1.54          89           107       196      NA      NA
492011     Computer, ATM, and Office Machine Repairers                            1,537          1,628          0.74          11            18        29    19.26      3
492022     Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers                  1,330          1,409          0.74          10            32        42    23.40      3
492091     Avionics Technicians                                                     120            126          0.62           1             1         2    23.54      3
492092     Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related Repairers                        213            227          0.82           2             8        10    21.53      3
492093     Electronics Installers & Repairers, Transportation Equip.                203            244          2.52           5             4         9    17.85      3
492094     Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equip.                  477            569          2.41          12            15        27    19.98      3
492097     Home Entertainment Electronics Installers and Repairers                  480            505          0.65           3             4         7    17.90      3
492098     Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers                               982          1,276          3.74          37            12        49    17.96      3
493000   Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Mechanics, Installers                       9,686         11,119          1.85         179           186       365      NA      NA
493011     Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                               932          1,108          2.36          22             9        31    22.21      3
493021     Automotive Body and Related Repairers                                    521            569          1.15           6            12        18    19.62      3
493023     Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics                           4,767          5,471          1.85          88            92       180    17.99      3
493031     Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists                  1,151          1,281          1.41          16            24        40    21.24      3
493043     Rail Car Repairers                                                        14             19          4.46           1             0         1      NA       3
493051     Motorboat Mechanics                                                      777            895          1.90          15            15        30    19.56      3
493053     Outdoor Power Equipment and Small Engine Mechanics                       228            269          2.25           5             4         9    15.01      4
493093     Tire Repairers and Changers                                              465            518          1.42           7             9        16    13.66      1

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                     25
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                      2009
                                                                                                          Annual       Average Annual Openings           Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent   Due To     Due To                    Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change    Growth Separations      Total        Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj            gpct       aog         aosep         aotot           wg    ect
499000   Other Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations                15,724          17,971       1.79         289           162       451       NA      NA
499012     Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except Door                   55             54      -0.23           0             1          1    18.68      2
499021     Heating, A.C., and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers              2,359          2,958       3.17          75            39       114     20.60      3
499031     Home Appliance Repairers                                                 191            228       2.42           5             4          9    19.04      3
499041     Industrial Machinery Mechanics                                           798            979       2.84          23            13         36    22.94      3
499042     Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                                7,302          8,169       1.48         108            18       126     16.28      3
499043     Maintenance Workers, Machinery                                           390            443       1.70           7             6         13    18.38      3
499052     Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers                       1,038          1,109       0.86           9            27         36    23.06      3
499091     Vending and Amusement Machine Servicers & Repairers                      358            324      -1.19           0            10         10    12.26      2
499098     Helpers - Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers                  707            790       1.47          10            16         26    10.79      1
499099     Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other               1,698          1,968       1.99          34            11         45    16.87      2
510000   Production Occupations                                                 25,699          28,173       1.20         385           499       884       NA      NA
511011     First-Line Superv. of Production and Operating Workers                 1,639          1,784       1.11          18            27         45    26.17      3
512000   Assemblers and Fabricators                                               5,071          5,073       0.00          37           100       137       NA      NA
512021     Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers                                       23             17      -3.26           0             0          0    12.57      1
512022     Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers                           853            623      -3.37           0            16         16    13.11      3
512023     Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers                                   116             97      -2.05           0             2          2    12.92      3
512031     Engine and Other Machine Assemblers                                       47             41      -1.60           0             1          1    17.32      3
512041     Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters                                 502            478      -0.60           0             9          9    16.57      3
512091     Fiberglass Laminators and Fabricators                                     92             83      -1.22           0             2          2    15.52      3
512092     Team Assemblers                                                        2,529          2,683       0.76          19            52         71    12.15      2
512099     Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other                                    838            972       2.00          17            17         34    11.37      3
513000   Food Processing Workers                                                  2,085          2,519       2.60          54            55       109       NA      NA
513011     Bakers                                                                   460            566       2.88          13             9         22    14.35      3
513021     Butchers and Meat Cutters                                                791            905       1.80          14            24         38    13.39      2
513022     Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers                             174            207       2.37           4             5          9    11.87      1
513092     Food Batchmakers                                                         576            742       3.60          21            14         35    10.16      1
513093     Food Cooking Machine Operators and Tenders                                56             58       0.45           0             2          2    10.53      2
514000   Metal Workers and Plastic Workers                                        3,652          3,908       0.88          39            69       108       NA      NA

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                   26
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                       2009
                                                                                                           Annual       Average Annual Openings           Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment              Percent   Due To     Due To                    Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017            Change    Growth Separations      Total        Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur           prj           gpct       aog        aosep        aotot             wg    ect
514011     Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators, M & P                          188           194       0.40          1            2            3    17.73      3
514031     Cutting, Punching & Press Machine Operators; M & P                         262           260      -0.10          0            6            6    12.71      2
514032     Drilling & Boring Machine Tool Setters & Operators; M&P                     48            49       0.26          0            1            1    13.68      2
514033     Grinding/Lapping/Polishing Machine Tool Operators; M&P                     132           129      -0.28          0            1            1    13.40      2
514034     Lathe & Turning Machine Tool Setters & Operators; M&P                      118           117      -0.11          0            2            2    14.34      3
514041     Machinists                                                                 600           626       0.54          3            9           12    17.96      3
514072     Molding & Casting Machine Setters & Operators; M & P                       184           175      -0.61          0            4            4    10.73      3
514081     Multiple Machine Tool Setters & Operators; M & P                           205           258       3.23          7            4           11    13.95      2
514111     Tool and Die Makers                                                         68            71       0.55          0            1            1    20.58      3
514121     Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers                                   848           907       0.87          7           18           25    17.46      3
514122     Welding & Brazing Machine Setters, Operators & Tenders                      50            52       0.50          0            1            1    15.32      3
514193     Plating & Coating Machine Setters & Operators; M & P                        74            57      -2.87          0            2            2    16.30      2
514194     Tool Grinders, Filers, and Sharpeners                                       24            24       0.00          0            0            0    15.42      3
515000   Printing Workers                                                           1,858         2,131       1.84         34           29           63      NA      NA
515011     Bindery Workers                                                            245           258       0.66          2            3            5    13.51      2
515021     Job Printers                                                               650           805       2.98         19            6           25    14.09      3
515022     Prepress Technicians and Workers                                           186           186       0.00          0            3            3    15.12      3
515023     Printing Machine Operators                                                 777           882       1.69         13           17           30    16.53      3
516000   Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers                                  3,105         3,397       1.18         40           51           91      NA      NA
516011     Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers                                         1,193         1,263       0.73          9           26           35     9.70      2
516021     Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials                          227           213      -0.77          0            2            2    10.85      1
516031     Sewing Machine Operators                                                   788           885       1.54         12            7           19    11.70      1
516052     Tailors, Dressmakers, and Custom Sewers                                    384           468       2.73         11            6           17    10.67      3
516062     Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                     49            55       1.53          1            2            3    11.65      2
516093     Upholsterers                                                               333           385       1.95          7            5           12    14.68      3
516099     Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers, All Other                        48            45      -0.78          0            1            1    13.47      3
517000   Woodworkers                                                                  666           722       1.05          7           17           24      NA      NA
517011     Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters                                         351           361       0.36          1           10           11    17.26      3
517042     Woodworking Machine Setters & Operators, Exc. Sawing                       101           120       2.35          2            2            4    11.12      2

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                    27
                                                    FLORIDA JOBS by Occupation*
* Because most industries experienced job declines in the economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the occupational job growth projected in this forecast
includes the recapturing of jobs lost since that time.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                     2009
                                                                                                          Annual       Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent   Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change    Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                           cur             prj            gpct       aog         aosep         aotot          wg    ect
517099     Woodworkers, All Other                                                99                117       2.27           2             2         4    15.08      1
518000   Plant and System Operators                                             834                923       1.33          11            17        28      NA      NA
518021     Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators                             18                 20       1.39           0             0         0    19.39      3
518031     Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant Operators                     675                736       1.13           8            12        20    23.34      3
519000   Other Production Occupations                                         6,789              7,716       1.71         144           135       279      NA      NA
519011     Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders                              65                 77       2.31           2             1         3    14.66      2
519021     Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Operators                   57                 54      -0.66           0             1         1    17.30      1
519022     Grinding and Polishing Workers, Hand                                  61                 65       0.82           1             1         2    11.93      1
519023     Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, and Operators                   394                460       2.09           8             6        14    11.67      2
519031     Cutters and Trimmers, Hand                                            30                 38       3.33           1             0         1    12.60      1
519032     Cutting & Slicing Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders               73                 84       1.88           1             1         2    13.44      2
519041     Extruding, Forming, and Pressing Machine Operators                    97                113       2.06           2             2         4    11.08      1
519061     Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers                 890                990       1.40          13            13        26    14.60      2
519071     Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers                        594                677       1.75          10            10        20    16.84      3
519081     Dental Laboratory Technicians                                        800              1,063       4.11          33            14        47    18.30      3
519111     Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders                  498                526       0.70           4             9        13    11.82      1
519121     Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Operators                    202                191      -0.68           0             4         4    13.96      2
519122     Painters, Transportation Equipment                                   264                297       1.56           4             5         9    15.91      1
519123     Painting, Coating, and Decorating Workers                            128                155       2.64           3             2         5    12.34      1
519132     Photographic Processing Machine Operators                            409                235      -5.32           0            16        16    10.51      1
519194     Etchers and Engravers                                                 42                 40      -0.60           0             1         1    18.91      3
519195     Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Exc. Metal and Plastic                104                106       0.24           0             2         2    12.59      2
519196     Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                   44                 41      -0.85           0             1         1    12.21      2
519198     Helpers - Production Workers                                       1,261              1,652       3.88          49            29        78     9.44      1
519199     Production Workers, All Other                                        264                300       1.70           5             5        10    13.40      1
530000   Transportation and Material-Moving Occupations                     44,453              49,831       1.51         693           981     1,674      NA      NA
531000   Supervisors, Transportation and Material Moving Workers              1,998              2,316       1.99          40            39        79      NA      NA
531011     Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors                                   50                 61       2.75           1             1         2    16.14      4
531021     First-Line Superv of Helpers, Laborers & Material-Movers, Hand       677                783       1.96          13            13        26    21.57      2

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                  28
                                                    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.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                     2009
                                                                                                          Annual       Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment             Percent   Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017           Change    Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc      OccTtl                                                               cur         prj            gpct       aog         aosep         aotot          wg    ect
531031     First-Line Superv. of Material-Moving Vehicle Operators                1,272          1,472       1.97          25            25        50    26.14      3
532000   Air Transportation Workers                                                 784            942       2.52          20            22        42      NA      NA
532021     Air Traffic Controllers                                                   60             70       2.08           1             2         3      NA       3
533000   Motor Vehicle Operators                                                 18,715         21,108       1.60         319           305       624      NA      NA
533021     Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity                                       882            955       1.03           9            11        20    12.66      3
533022     Bus Drivers, School                                                    1,629          1,907       2.13          35            20        55      NA       3
533031     Driver/Sales Workers                                                   1,672          1,516      -1.17           0            30        30    13.63      2
533032     Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer                               6,644          7,583       1.77         117           114       231    17.51      3
533033     Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services                              6,285          7,323       2.06         130           107       237    14.97      3
533041     Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                                              791            849       0.92           7            10        17    13.00      1
533099     Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other                                       767            917       2.44          19            12        31    13.33      3
534000   Rail Transportation Workers                                                 60             62       0.42           1             2         3      NA      NA
534011     Locomotive Engineers                                                      19             21       1.32           0             1         1      NA      NA
534031     Railroad Conductors and Yardmasters                                       24             27       1.56           0             1         1      NA      NA
534099     Rail Transportation Workers, All Other                                    14             12      -1.79           0             1         1      NA      NA
535000   Water Transportation Workers                                               906          1,056       2.07          19            26        45      NA      NA
535011     Sailors and Marine Oilers                                                329            393       2.43           8            11        19    20.89      3
535021     Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels                             438            493       1.57           7            11        18    23.85      3
536000   Other Transportation Workers                                             3,575          3,820       0.86          31            94       125      NA      NA
536021     Parking Lot Attendants                                                 2,609          2,647       0.18           5            71        76     9.03      1
536099     Transportation Workers, All Other                                        674            824       2.78          19            12        31    16.34      1
537000   Material Moving Workers                                                 18,416         20,527       1.43         264           493       757      NA      NA
537021     Crane and Tower Operators                                                150            184       2.83           4             3         7    17.85      3
537032     Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline Operators                    392            442       1.59           6             6        12    13.10      2
537051     Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                                 1,656          1,804       1.12          19            41        60    13.32      3
537061     Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment                                     1,782          1,987       1.44          26            66        92     9.96      1
537062     Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand                10,311         11,759       1.76         181           318       499    11.50      1
537063     Machine Feeders and Offbearers                                           138            144       0.54           1             3         4    10.49      1
537064     Packers and Packagers, Hand                                            3,168          3,290       0.48          15            38        53     9.75      1

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                  29
                                                    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.

Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                      2009
                                                                                                        Annual          Average Annual Openings          Average
 Occupation                                                                        Employment           Percent      Due To     Due To                   Hourly* Education
 Code       Title                                                                2009      2017         Change       Growth Separations      Total       Wage ($)  Code
soc   OccTtl                                                                  cur         prj          gpct          aog        aosep       aotot             wg    ect
537072 Pump Operators, Except Wellhead Pumpers                                       70           81          1.96          1           3            4    15.67      1
537199 Material-Moving Workers, All Other                                           412          498          2.61         11           7           18     8.34      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 - November 2009                                                                   30
                                              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 22 - Broward County                                                                                                            2009
                                                                                                        Annual      Average Annual Openings    Average
        Occupation                                                                       Employment     Percent   Due To    Due To             Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                               2009      2017   Change    Growth Separations     Total Wage ($)  Code
       SOC      New Title                                                          curr      proj      GPct   aopeng aopenr          aopent mnwage Train
  1    311011   Home Health Aides                                                      4,357     6,571   6.35    277        34           311  9.87       3
  2    399021   Personal and Home Care Aides                                           1,085     1,583   5.74     62        16            78  9.29       3
  3    151081   Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts                       2,409     3,342   4.84    117        44           161 31.58       3
  4    292052   Pharmacy Technicians                                                   2,108     2,827   4.26     90        59           149 14.57       3
  5    312021   Physical Therapist Assistants                                            441       587   4.14     18         5            23 25.96       4
  6    519081   Dental Laboratory Technicians                                            800     1,063   4.11     33        14            47 18.30       3
  7    211022   Medical and Public Health Social Workers                                 535       707   4.02     22        10            32 23.02       6
  8    151031   Computer Software Engineers, Applications                              2,294     3,013   3.92     90        31           121 37.94       4
  9    292041   Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics                           1,295     1,697   3.88     50        14            64 14.51       4
 10    519198   Helpers - Production Workers                                           1,261     1,652   3.88     49        29            78  9.44       1
 11    292021   Dental Hygienists                                                      1,058     1,377   3.77     40        19            59 29.77       4
 12    492098   Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers                               982     1,276   3.74     37        12            49 17.96       3
 13    291123   Physical Therapists                                                      981     1,271   3.70     36        11            47 39.68       5
 14    319091   Dental Assistants                                                      1,695     2,192   3.67     62        27            89 16.32       3
 15    319092   Medical Assistants                                                     3,876     5,003   3.63    141        45           186 14.34       3
 16    291122   Occupational Therapists                                                  513       662   3.63     19         7            26 36.88       5
 17    513092   Food Batchmakers                                                         576       742   3.60     21        14            35 10.16       1
 18    252041   Special Education Teachers, Preschool - Elementary                       566       724   3.49     20        12            32  NA         5
 19    292061   Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses                      3,311     4,233   3.48    115        84           199 20.09       3
 20    271025   Interior Designers                                                       558       712   3.45     19        14            33 23.80       4
 21    434161   Human Resources Assistants, Exc. Payroll                                 942     1,201   3.44     32         6            38 16.51       3
 22    211021   Child, Family, and School Social Workers                               1,127     1,418   3.23     36        22            58 21.42       6
 23    499021   Heating, A.C., and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers              2,359     2,958   3.17     75        39           114 20.60       3
 24    252012   Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education                          903     1,129   3.13     28        14            42  NA         5
 25    292056   Veterinary Technologists and Technicians                                 491       614   3.13     15        14            29 13.43       4
 26    472111   Electricians                                                           3,528     4,404   3.10    110        85           195 19.98       3
 27    472152   Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                                2,027     2,526   3.08     62        39           101 20.65       3
 28    434051   Customer Service Representatives                                     18,713    23,311    3.07    575      489          1,064 14.62       3
 29    291051   Pharmacists                                                            1,732     2,158   3.07     53        28            81 51.55       6
 30    473013   Helpers - Electricians                                                   826     1,028   3.06     25        20            45 12.18       1

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                         31
                                              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 22 - Broward County                                                                                                            2009
                                                                                                        Annual      Average Annual Openings    Average
        Occupation                                                                       Employment     Percent   Due To    Due To             Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                               2009      2017   Change    Growth Separations     Total Wage ($)  Code
       SOC      New Title                                                          curr       proj      GPct   aopeng aopenr         aopent mnwage Train
 31    131051   Cost Estimators                                                         926       1,153   3.06     28        18          46 29.31        4
 32    433011   Bill and Account Collectors                                           4,104       5,106   3.05    125        58         183 14.75        2
 33    435011   Cargo and Freight Agents                                                613         762   3.04     19        16          35 18.10        3
 34    472181   Roofers                                                               2,171       2,699   3.04     66        47         113 17.44        3
 35    119111   Medical and Health Services Managers                                    953       1,183   3.02     29        17          46 49.73        4
 36    291111   Registered Nurses                                                    13,362     16,563    2.99    400      207          607 31.54        4
 37    515021   Job Printers                                                            650         805   2.98     19         6          25 14.09        3
 38    399011   Child Care Workers                                                    7,734       9,572   2.97    230      209          439 10.08        3
 39    311012   Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants                              7,101       8,787   2.97    211        60         271 11.18        3
 40    151071   Network and Computer Systems Administrators                           1,676       2,073   2.96     50        36          86 34.10        4
 41    472211   Sheet Metal Workers                                                     707         874   2.95     21        16          37 18.32        3
 42    292055   Surgical Technologists                                                  519         641   2.94     15        15          30 18.72        3
 43    173031   Surveying and Mapping Technicians                                       797         982   2.90     23        14          37 19.17        3
 44    472061   Construction Laborers                                                 4,954       6,100   2.89    143        35         178 12.29        1
 45    513011   Bakers                                                                  460         566   2.88     13         9          22 14.35        3
 46    259031   Instructional Coordinators                                              531         652   2.85     15         7          22 31.78        4
 47    252021   Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education                  5,884       7,223   2.84    167      121          288   NA         5
 48    499041   Industrial Machinery Mechanics                                          798         979   2.84     23        13          36 22.94        3
 49    151061   Database Administrators                                                 613         747   2.73     17         6          23 32.53        4
 50    474011   Construction and Building Inspectors                                    820         998   2.71     22        14          36 27.84        3
 51    472021   Brickmasons and Blockmasons                                             475         576   2.66     13         9          22 20.50        3
 52    171011   Architects, Except Landscape and Naval                                  600         727   2.65     16        11          27 28.68        6
 53    472073   Operating Engineers/Construction Equipment Operators                    868       1,052   2.65     23        16          39 18.53        3
 54    252022   Middle School Teachers, Exc. Special & Voc. Education                 2,743       3,316   2.61     72        57         129   NA         5
 55    151051   Computer Systems Analysts                                             2,367       2,860   2.60     62        60         122 30.89        4
 56    253021   Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                                    1,430       1,728   2.60     37        15          52 16.58        3
 57    339032   Security Guards                                                       8,632     10,414    2.58    223      166          389 10.72        3
 58    395092   Manicurists and Pedicurists                                             566         682   2.56     15         6          21 10.73        3
 59    132011   Accountants and Auditors                                              9,073     10,898    2.51    228      152          380 32.25        4
 60    251194   Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary                            932       1,118   2.49     23        15          38 29.56        3

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                         32
                                              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 22 - Broward County                                                                                                            2009
                                                                                                        Annual      Average Annual Openings    Average
        Occupation                                                                       Employment     Percent   Due To    Due To             Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                               2009      2017   Change    Growth Separations     Total Wage ($)  Code
       SOC      New Title                                                     curr      proj      GPct   aopeng aopenr               aopent mnwage Train
 61    292071   Medical Records and Health Information Technicians                  762       913   2.48     19        20                39 17.07        4
 62    172051   Civil Engineers                                                   1,725     2,067   2.48     43        43                86 36.51        5
 63    274011   Audio and Video Equipment Technicians                               577       691   2.47     14        18                32 15.70        4
 64    119021   Construction Managers                                             3,177     3,803   2.46     78        47               125 49.13        4
 65    131071   Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists                1,321     1,579   2.44     32        27                59 25.02        4
 66    492094   Electronics Repairers, Commercial and Industrial Equip.             477       569   2.41     12        15                27 19.98        3
 67    373011   Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                            9,028   10,770    2.41    218      113                331 11.91        1
 68    436013   Medical Secretaries                                               2,842     3,384   2.38     68        43               111 14.08        3
 69    493011   Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                          932     1,108   2.36     22         9                31 22.21        3
 70    252011   Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education                      3,254     3,865   2.35     76        51               127 13.73        4
 71    292011   Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists                     1,133     1,344   2.33     26        16                42 26.89        4
 72    472051   Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers                              1,056     1,250   2.30     24        29                53 14.79        3
 73    212011   Clergy                                                              818       968   2.29     19        11                30 22.16        5
 74    413011   Advertising Sales Agents                                          1,520     1,797   2.28     35        25                60 27.20        3
 75    371012   First-Line Superv. of Landscaping and Groundskeeping                990     1,170   2.27     23         7                30 22.65        3
 76    353022   Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, and Coffee Shop                    2,286     2,700   2.26     52      151                203   9.53       1
 77    471011   First-Line Superv. of Construction and Extraction Workers         5,062     5,977   2.26    114        68               182 30.65        4
 78    291127   Speech and Language Pathologists                                    479       565   2.24     11         9                20 38.31        6
 79    319011   Massage Therapists                                                1,403     1,653   2.23     31        15                46 17.29        3
 80    119032   Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary                  701       825   2.21     16        19                35   NA         5
 81    352021   Food Preparation Workers                                          3,846     4,520   2.19     84      128                212   9.98       1
 82    434171   Receptionists and Information Clerks                              7,705     9,048   2.18    168      180                348 12.93        2
 83    333021   Detectives and Criminal Investigators                               637       746   2.14     14        13                27 35.68        3
 84    132052   Personal Financial Advisors                                       2,135     2,501   2.14     46        18                64 45.62        4
 85    259041   Teacher Assistants                                                4,164     4,872   2.13     89        65               154 13.39        3
 86    533022   Bus Drivers, School                                               1,629     1,907   2.13     35        20                55   NA         3
 87    414011   Sales Representatives, Wholesale & Mfg, Tech. & Sci. Products     4,525     5,295   2.13     96        96               192 30.43        3
 88    172112   Industrial Engineers                                                712       830   2.07     15        16                31 29.77        5
 89    433031   Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                    11,924    13,902    2.07    247      179                426 16.92        4
 90    533033   Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services                         6,285     7,323   2.06    130      107                237 14.97        3

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                         33
                                              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 22 - Broward County                                                                                                              2009
                                                                                                          Annual      Average Annual Openings    Average
        Occupation                                                                       Employment       Percent   Due To    Due To             Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                               2009      2017     Change    Growth Separations     Total Wage ($)  Code
       SOC      New Title                                                          curr       proj        GPct   aopeng aopenr         aopent mnwage Train
 91    211014   Mental Health Counselors                                                546         636     2.06     11        10           21 22.34       6
 92    291011   Chiropractors                                                           516         601     2.06     11         5           16 37.31       6
 93    414012   Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Other            11,460      13,340     2.05    235      243           478 26.07       3
 94    211012   Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors                        1,261       1,467     2.04     26        24           50 25.77       6
 95    252031   Secondary School Teachers, Exc. Special and Voc. Ed.                  3,901       4,538     2.04     80      111           191  NA         5
 96    353021   Food Preparation & Serving Workers, Including Fast Food              16,184      18,830     2.04    331      294           625  8.46       1
 97    452092   Farmworkers & Laborers, Crop, Nursery, & Greenhouse                     502         584     2.04     10        12           22  9.02       1
 98    412031   Retail Salespersons                                                  26,033      30,264     2.03    529      769         1,298 13.90       2
 99    372011   Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping                 10,645      12,378     2.03    217      196           413 10.91       1
100    232011   Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                       2,498       2,902     2.02     51        32           83 23.25       3

This table includes occupations with a minimum of 400 jobs in 2009.

* 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 - November 2009                                                           34
                                  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 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                2009
                                                                                                          Annual      Average Annual Openings     Average
        Occupation                                                                      Employment        Percent   Due To    Due To               Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                              2009     2017       Change    Growth Separations    Total   Wage ($)   Code
        SOC New Title                                                                 curr     proj        GPct     aopeng       aopenr aopent    mnwage Train
  1    434051   Customer Service Representatives                                     18,713      23,311    3.07       575        489     1,064     14.62       3
  2    412031   Retail Salespersons                                                  26,033      30,264    2.03       529        769     1,298     13.90       2
  3    291111   Registered Nurses                                                    13,362      16,563    2.99       400        207       607     31.54       4
  4    353021   Food Preparation & Serving Workers, Including Fast Food              16,184      18,830    2.04       331        294       625      8.46       1
  5    439061   Office Clerks, General                                               17,392      19,943    1.83       319        307       626     12.20       2
  6    311011   Home Health Aides                                                     4,357       6,571    6.35       277         34       311      9.87       3
  7    433031   Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks                         11,924      13,902    2.07       247        179       426     16.92       4
  8    414012   Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Other            11,460      13,340    2.05       235        243       478     26.07       3
  9    399011   Child Care Workers                                                    7,734       9,572    2.97       230        209       439     10.08       3
 10    132011   Accountants and Auditors                                              9,073      10,898    2.51       228        152       380     32.25       4
 11    339032   Security Guards                                                       8,632      10,414    2.58       223        166       389     10.72       3
 12    373011   Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers                                9,028      10,770    2.41       218        113       331     11.91       1
 13    372011   Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping                 10,645      12,378    2.03       217        196       413     10.91       1
 14    311012   Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants                              7,101       8,787    2.97       211         60       271     11.18       3
 15    353031   Waiters and Waitresses                                               15,964      17,583    1.27       202        845     1,047     10.37       1
 16    436011   Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants                  10,326      11,823    1.81       187        159       346     19.25       3
 17    537062   Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand               10,311      11,759    1.76       181        318       499     11.50       1
 18    434171   Receptionists and Information Clerks                                  7,705       9,048    2.18       168        180       348     12.93       2
 19    252021   Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education                  5,884       7,223    2.84       167        121       288      NA         5
 20    472061   Construction Laborers                                                 4,954       6,100    2.89       143         35       178     12.29       1
 21    319092   Medical Assistants                                                    3,876       5,003    3.63       141         45       186     14.34       3
 22    412011   Cashiers                                                             22,254      23,340    0.61       136      1,045     1,181      8.60       2
 23    472031   Carpenters                                                            6,504       7,547    2.00       130         85       215     17.30       3
 24    533033   Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services                             6,285       7,323    2.06       130        107       237     14.97       3
 25    433011   Bill and Account Collectors                                           4,104       5,106    3.05       125         58       183     14.75       2
 26    436014   Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive                    13,550      14,507    0.88       120        212       332     14.02       3
 27    411011   First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers                        9,201      10,145    1.28       118        188       306     21.68       3
 28    533032   Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer                              6,644       7,583    1.77       117        114       231     17.51       3
 29    151081   Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts                      2,409       3,342    4.84       117         44       161     31.58       3
 30    292061   Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses                     3,311       4,233    3.48       115         84       199     20.09       3

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                             35
                                  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 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                   2009
                                                                                                             Annual      Average Annual Openings     Average
        Occupation                                                                      Employment           Percent   Due To    Due To               Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                              2009     2017          Change    Growth Separations    Total   Wage ($)   Code
        SOC New Title                                                                 curr     proj           GPct     aopeng       aopenr aopent    mnwage Train
 31    471011   First-Line Superv. of Construction and Extraction Workers              5,062         5,977    2.26       114        68       182      30.65       4
 32    372012   Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                                        6,862         7,748    1.61       111       125       236       9.22       1
 33    472111   Electricians                                                           3,528         4,404    3.10       110        85       195      19.98       3
 34    499042   Maintenance and Repair Workers, General                                7,302         8,169    1.48       108        18       126      16.28       3
 35    413021   Insurance Sales Agents                                                 5,809         6,628    1.76       102       122       224      28.20       3
 36    414011   Sales Representatives, Wholesale & Mfg, Tech. & Sci. Products          4,525         5,295    2.13        96        96       192      30.43       3
 37    431011   First-Line Superv. of Office and Admin. Support Workers                7,415         8,150    1.24        92       149       241      24.94       4
 38    151031   Computer Software Engineers, Applications                              2,294         3,013    3.92        90        31       121      37.94       4
 39    292052   Pharmacy Technicians                                                   2,108         2,827    4.26        90        59       149      14.57       3
 40    259041   Teacher Assistants                                                     4,164         4,872    2.13        89        65       154      13.39       3
 41    493023   Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics                           4,767         5,471    1.85        88        92       180      17.99       3
 42    352021   Food Preparation Workers                                               3,846         4,520    2.19        84       128       212       9.98       1
 43    252031   Secondary School Teachers, Exc. Special and Voc. Ed.                   3,901         4,538    2.04        80       111       191       NA         5
 44    352014   Cooks, Restaurant                                                      5,904         6,536    1.34        79       156       235      11.73       3
 45    119021   Construction Managers                                                  3,177         3,803    2.46        78        47       125      49.13       4
 46    252011   Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education                           3,254         3,865    2.35        76        51       127      13.73       4
 47    499021   Heating, A.C., and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers              2,359         2,958    3.17        75        39       114      20.60       3
 48    252022   Middle School Teachers, Exc. Special & Voc. Education                  2,743         3,316    2.61        72        57       129       NA         5
 49    436013   Medical Secretaries                                                    2,842         3,384    2.38        68        43       111      14.08       3
 50    472181   Roofers                                                                2,171         2,699    3.04        66        47       113      17.44       3
 51    412021   Counter and Rental Clerks                                              3,807         4,320    1.68        64       140       204      11.54       2
 52    472152   Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters                                2,027         2,526    3.08        62        39       101      20.65       3
 53    399021   Personal and Home Care Aides                                           1,085         1,583    5.74        62        16        78       9.29       3
 54    319091   Dental Assistants                                                      1,695         2,192    3.67        62        27        89      16.32       3
 55    151051   Computer Systems Analysts                                              2,367         2,860    2.60        62        60       122      30.89       4
 56    435071   Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks                                3,755         4,232    1.59        60        87       147      13.34       3
 57    231011   Lawyers                                                                6,199         6,667    0.94        59       115       174      51.96       6
 58    351012   First-Line Superv. of Food Preparation & Serving Workers               3,897         4,360    1.49        58        28        86      18.14       3
 59    395012   Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists                         4,379         4,825    1.27        56        51       107      13.11       3
 60    472141   Painters, Construction and Maintenance                                 2,788         3,215    1.91        53        48       101      15.85       3

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                                36
                                  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 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                2009
                                                                                                          Annual      Average Annual Openings     Average
        Occupation                                                                      Employment        Percent   Due To    Due To               Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                              2009     2017       Change    Growth Separations    Total   Wage ($)   Code
        SOC New Title                                                                 curr     proj        GPct     aopeng       aopenr aopent    mnwage Train
 61    291051   Pharmacists                                                           1,732       2,158    3.07        53        28        81      51.55       6
 62    353022   Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, and Coffee Shop                        2,286       2,700    2.26        52       151       203       9.53       1
 63    232011   Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                       2,498       2,902    2.02        51        32        83      23.25       3
 64    292041   Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics                          1,295       1,697    3.88        50        14        64      14.51       4
 65    353011   Bartenders                                                            3,258       3,658    1.53        50       115       165      10.68       1
 66    151071   Network and Computer Systems Administrators                           1,676       2,073    2.96        50        36        86      34.10       4
 67    151041   Computer Support Specialists                                          5,227       5,623    0.95        50       158       208      18.21       3
 68    519198   Helpers - Production Workers                                          1,261       1,652    3.88        49        29        78       9.44       1
 69    132052   Personal Financial Advisors                                           2,135       2,501    2.14        46        18        64      45.62       4
 70    433021   Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators                      3,048       3,411    1.49        45        38        83      15.41       2
 71    435081   Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                                       14,862      15,224    0.30        45       351       396      10.83       2
 72    333051   Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                                  3,777       4,125    1.15        44        99       143      31.19       3
 73    172051   Civil Engineers                                                       1,725       2,067    2.48        43        43        86      36.51       5
 74    359021   Dishwashers                                                           3,562       3,900    1.19        42       142       184       8.61       1
 75    111021   General and Operations Managers                                       5,322       5,657    0.79        42       126       168      52.79       4
 76    292021   Dental Hygienists                                                     1,058       1,377    3.77        40        19        59      29.77       4
 77    253021   Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                                    1,430       1,728    2.60        37        15        52      16.58       3
 78    434181   Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks                                       2,308       2,606    1.61        37        49        86      15.97       2
 79    492098   Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers                              982       1,276    3.74        37        12        49      17.96       3
 80    211021   Child, Family, and School Social Workers                              1,127       1,418    3.23        36        22        58      21.42       6
 81    291123   Physical Therapists                                                     981       1,271    3.70        36        11        47      39.68       5
 82    491011   First-Line Superv. of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers            2,005       2,294    1.80        36        45        81      30.39       3
 83    271024   Graphic Designers                                                     1,898       2,178    1.84        35        49        84      21.79       4
 84    533022   Bus Drivers, School                                                   1,629       1,907    2.13        35        20        55       NA         3
 85    413011   Advertising Sales Agents                                              1,520       1,797    2.28        35        25        60      27.20       3
 86    411012   First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers                    3,724       3,998    0.92        34        53        87      39.40       4
 87    131031   Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators                        1,706       1,976    1.98        34        42        76      26.07       3
 88    393091   Amusement and Recreation Attendants                                   2,612       2,881    1.29        34       126       160      10.04       1
 89    519081   Dental Laboratory Technicians                                           800       1,063    4.11        33        14        47      18.30       3
 90    434161   Human Resources Assistants, Exc. Payroll                                942       1,201    3.44        32         6        38      16.51       3

   Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                             37
                                  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 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                   2009
                                                                                                             Annual      Average Annual Openings     Average
        Occupation                                                                      Employment           Percent   Due To    Due To               Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                              2009     2017          Change    Growth Separations    Total   Wage ($)   Code
        SOC New Title                                                                 curr     proj           GPct     aopeng       aopenr aopent    mnwage Train
 91    131071   Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists                     1,321         1,579    2.44        32        27        59      25.02       4
 92    112022   Sales Managers                                                         1,884         2,138    1.69        32        41        73      61.69       4
 93    359011   Dining Room & Cafeteria Attendants & Bartender Helpers                 2,548         2,801    1.24        32       104       136       8.58       1
 94    319011   Massage Therapists                                                     1,403         1,653    2.23        31        15        46      17.29       3
 95    113031   Financial Managers                                                     2,143         2,384    1.41        30        30        60      51.51       4
 96    131111   Management Analysts                                                    4,113         4,352    0.73        30        69        99      43.41       5
 97    359031   Hosts, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop                             2,419         2,653    1.21        29       161       190       8.95       1
 98    119111   Medical and Health Services Managers                                     953         1,183    3.02        29        17        46      49.73       4
 99    332011   Fire Fighters                                                          2,423         2,652    1.18        29        86       115      27.37       3
100    131051   Cost Estimators                                                          926         1,153    3.06        28        18        46      29.31       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 - November 2009                                                                38
                                  DECLINING OR SLOW-GROWTH OCCUPATIONS
                                                                                                                                                      NA
Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                 2009
                                                                                                            Annual      Average Annual Openings     Average
        Occupation                                                                      Employment          Percent   Due To    Due To              Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                              2009     2017         Change    Growth Separations    Total   Wage ($)  Code
       SOC      New Title                                                          curr       proj          GPct   aopeng aopenr          aopent mnwage
 1     519132   Photographic Processing Machine Operators                               409           235    -5.32      0        16           16 10.51           1
 2     434071   File Clerks                                                           1,293           818    -4.59      0        37           37 12.48           2
 3     272023   Umpires, Referees, and Other Sports Officials                            32            23    -3.52      0         1            1 19.72           3
 4     272021   Athletes and Sports Competitors                                         345           251    -3.41      0         9            9 48.91           2
 5     512022   Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers                          853           623    -3.37      0        16           16 13.11           3
 6     512021   Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers                                      23            17    -3.26      0         0            0 12.57           1
 7     514193   Plating & Coating Machine Setters & Operators; M & P                     74            57    -2.87      0         2            2 16.30           2
 8     439011   Computer Operators                                                      336           268    -2.53      0         6            6 17.87           3
 9     434151   Order Clerks                                                          1,800         1,471    -2.28      0        39           39 14.10           2
10     512023   Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers                                  116            97    -2.05      0         2            2 12.92           3
11     131011   Agents and Business Managers of Artists & Entertainers                  170           143    -1.99      0         5            5 26.15           5
12     434141   New Accounts Clerks                                                     371           313    -1.95      0        11           11 14.09           3
13     512031   Engine and Other Machine Assemblers                                      47            41    -1.60      0         1            1 17.32           3
14     419041   Telemarketers                                                         4,830         4,321    -1.32      0      174           174 11.19           2
15     512091   Fiberglass Laminators and Fabricators                                    92            83    -1.22      0         2            2 15.52           3
16     499091   Vending and Amusement Machine Servicers & Repairers                     358           324    -1.19      0        10           10 12.26           2
17     533031   Driver/Sales Workers                                                  1,672         1,516    -1.17      0        30           30 13.63           2
18     432011   Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service                      867           794    -1.05      0        19           19 11.55           2
19     439022   Word Processors and Typists                                             459           424    -0.95      0         9            9 14.87           3
20     439051   Mail Clerks and Machine Operators, Exc. Postal Service                  366           339    -0.92      0        10           10 12.68           2
21     435053   Postal Service Mail Sorters and Processors                              948           880    -0.90      0        10           10 24.97           2
22     273022   Reporters and Correspondents                                            147           137    -0.85      0         5            5 22.87           5
23     519196   Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders                      44            41    -0.85      0         1            1 12.21           2
24     516021   Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials                       227           213    -0.77      0         2            2 10.85           1
25     519121   Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Operators                       202           191    -0.68      0         4            4 13.96           2
26     519021   Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Operators                      57            54    -0.66      0         1            1 17.30           1
27     273041   Editors                                                                 518           492    -0.63      0        16           16 27.37           5
28     514072   Molding & Casting Machine Setters & Operators; M & P                    184           175    -0.61      0         4            4 10.73           3
29     519194   Etchers and Engravers                                                    42            40    -0.60      0         1            1 18.91           3
30     512041   Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters                                502           478    -0.60      0         9            9 16.57           3
31     393021   Motion Picture Projectionists                                            48            46    -0.52      0         2            2 10.44           1
32     413041   Travel Agents                                                         1,227         1,186    -0.42      0         9            9 13.10           3

  Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center - November 2009                                                               39
                                   DECLINING OR SLOW-GROWTH OCCUPATIONS
                                                                                                                                                       NA
Workforce Region 22 - Broward County                                                                                                                  2009
                                                                                                             Annual      Average Annual Openings     Average
        Occupation                                                                       Employment          Percent   Due To    Due To              Hourly* Education
Rank    Code       Title                                                               2009     2017         Change    Growth Separations    Total   Wage ($)  Code
       SOC      New Title                                                           curr       proj          GPct   aopeng aopenr          aopent mnwage
 33    232092   Law Clerks                                                               176           171    -0.36      0         3            3 20.70           5
 34    514033   Grinding/Lapping/Polishing Machine Tool Operators; M&P                   132           129    -0.28      0         1            1 13.40           2
 35    151021   Computer Programmers                                                   2,154         2,107    -0.27      0        45           45 33.52           3
 36    119012   Farmers and Ranchers                                                     470           461    -0.24      0         4            4   NA            1
 37    499012   Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except Door                   55            54    -0.23      0         1            1 18.68           2
 38    435111   Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping                         688           678    -0.18      0        18           18 13.92           2
 39    232093   Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers                              725           717    -0.14      0        12           12 18.98           3
 40    292054   Respiratory Therapy Technicians                                          213           211    -0.12      0         7            7 21.04           3
 41    514034   Lathe & Turning Machine Tool Setters & Operators; M&P                    118           117    -0.11      0         2            2 14.34           3
 42    514031   Cutting, Punching & Press Machine Operators; M & P                       262           260    -0.10      0         6            6 12.71           2
 43    319095   Pharmacy Aides                                                           378           376    -0.07      0         5            5 10.31           3
 44    173023   Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians                        697           694    -0.05      0        14           14 25.29           4
 45    434131   Loan Interviewers and Clerks                                           1,189         1,184    -0.05      0        21           21 16.71           3
 46    393031   Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers                              385           384    -0.03      0        27           27   9.71          1
 47    514194   Tool Grinders, Filers, and Sharpeners                                     24            24     0.00      0         0            0 15.42           3
 48    515022   Prepress Technicians and Workers                                         186           186     0.00      0         3            3 15.12           3
 49    435051   Postal Service Clerks                                                    386           387     0.03      0         9            9 27.51           2
 50    439071   Office Machine Operators, Except Computer                                331           332     0.04      0        11           11 13.40           2

This table includes occupations with a minimum of 20 jobs in 2009.

* 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 - November 2009                                                               40

				
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