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					                                       Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                     Job          Career Cluster        Employment    Growth        Annual        Total Average
                        SOC Title
                                                     Zone                               2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Agricultural and Food Science Technicians            2 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 216   314   98 45.37% 10           5       15     15.10
                                                                   Resources
  Agricultural Inspectors                              4 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 140         145     5    3.57%    1      3       4     11.37
                                                                   Resources
  Animal Trainers                                      3 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 312         285     0    0.00%    0      6       6     11.28
                                                                   Resources
  Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance       INA Agriculture, Food, and Natural 1383       1628   245   17.72%   25     27      51     INA
    Workers, All Other (OES Only)                                   Resources
  Conservation Scientists                              4 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 363         384    21    5.79%    2      12      14    25.01
                                                                    Resources
  Continuous Mining Machine Operators                  2 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 146         136     0    0.00%    0      5       5     13.64
                                                                   Resources
  Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas                   2 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 333         365    32    9.61%    3      7       10    13.75
                                                                   Resources
  Environmental Engineering Technicians                4 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 334         356    22    6.59%    2      7       9     23.22
                                                                   Resources
  Environmental Engineers                              5 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 1273        1802   529   41.56%   53     25      78    27.10
                                                                   Resources
  Fallers                                              1 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 566         517     0    0.00%    0      11      11    11.83
                                                                   Resources
  Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers         4 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 4583        5564   981   21.41%   98     55     153    23.13
                                                                   Resources
  Farmers and Ranchers                                 3 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 35466 36023        557   1.57%    56    177     233     INA
                                                                   Resources
  Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and         1 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 2491        2800   309   12.40%   31     89     120     8.82
    Greenhouse                                                     Resources
  Farmworkers, Farm and Ranch Animals                  1 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 5564        6083   519   9.33%    52    186     238     9.62
                                                                   Resources
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming,          3 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 247         266    19    7.69%    2      2       4     20.76
     Fishing, and Forestry Workers                                 Resources
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping,      3 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 2311        2516   205   8.87%    21     13      33    15.29
     Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping Workers                      Resources
  Fish and Game Wardens                                3 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 434         475    41    9.45%    4      5       9     18.42
                                                                   Resources
  Forest and Conservation Technicians                  3 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 507         579    72    14.20%   7      19      26    13.11
                                                                   Resources
  Forest and Conservation Workers                      1 Agriculture, Food, and Natural    39       42      3    7.69%    0      1       1      9.01
                                                                   Resources
  Foresters                                            4 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 476         512    36    7.56%    4      16      19    24.91
                                                                   Resources
  Gas Plant Operators                                  2 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 234         221     0    0.00%    0      7       7     21.33
                                                                   Resources
  Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products           1 Agriculture, Food, and Natural    51       51      0    0.00%    0      1       1      9.78
                                                                   Resources
  Helpers--Extraction Workers                          1 Agriculture, Food, and Natural    52       59      7    13.46%   1      2       3      9.44
                                                                   Resources
  Landscape Architects                                 5 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 112         148    36    32.14%   4      1       4     27.32
                                                                   Resources
  Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers               1 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 13939 18251 4312 30.93%           431   359     790     9.18
                                                                   Resources


  Loading Machine Operators, Underground Mining        2 Agriculture, Food, and Natural    99       97      0    0.00%    0      2       2      INA

                                                                                                                   South Carolina Employment
     Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data                                                                  Trends                1-25
The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                    Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                    Job          Career Cluster           Employment   Growth         Annual        Total Average
                      SOC Title
                                                    Zone                                  2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
                                                                  Resources
  Log Graders and Scalers                             2 Agriculture, Food, and Natural 262        250     0     0.00%      0       5         5       11.45
                                                                  Resources
  Logging Equipment Operators                          2 Agriculture, Food, and Natural   1929    1927    0     0.00%      0       36       36       12.82
                                                                    Resources
  Mining and Geological Engineers, Including Mining 4 Agriculture, Food, and Natural       30      35     5    16.67%      1       1         1       23.57
     Safety Engineers                                               Resources
  Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                            1 Agriculture, Food, and Natural   1997    1885    0     0.00%      0       48       48        8.17
                                                                    Resources
  Pest Control Workers                                 2 Agriculture, Food, and Natural   1526    1831   305   20.00%     31       31       61       12.40
                                                                    Resources
  Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, and Applicators,       2 Agriculture, Food, and Natural   300     371    71    23.67%      7       8        15       11.46
     Vegetation                                                     Resources
  Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products          4 Agriculture, Food, and Natural   120     138    18    15.00%      2       2         4       22.43
                                                                    Resources
  Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors            1 Agriculture, Food, and Natural   3926    4486   560   14.26%     56      171       227       9.00
                                                                    Resources
  Tree Trimmers and Pruners                            2 Agriculture, Food, and Natural   449     537    88    19.60%      9       11       20       11.39
                                                                    Resources
  Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and           2 Agriculture, Food, and Natural   1653    1911   258   15.61%     26       51       77       15.68
     System Operators                                               Resources
  Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists                   4 Agriculture, Food, and Natural    32      31     0     0.00%      0       1         1       22.52
                                                                    Resources
                                                             Agriculture, Food, and
  Total                                                                                   83895 93021 9126 10.88%         939    1408      2341      12.07
                                                               Natural Resources
  Air Transportation Workers, All Other (OES Only) INA Architecture and Construction       33       41    8    24.24%      1       1         2        INA
  Architects, Except Landscape and Naval               4 Architecture and Construction    1476    1728   252   17.07%     25       9        34       37.75
  Architects, Surveyors, and Cartographers, All Other INA Architecture and Construction   154      203    49   31.82%      5       1         6        INA
     (OES Only)
  Architectural and Civil Drafters                     3 Architecture and Construction     1036    1257 221 21.33%         22      31        53      17.69
  Brickmasons and Blockmasons                          3 Architecture and Construction     1991    2188 197 9.89%          20      37        57      16.50
  Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters                   3 Architecture and Construction     1283    1382  99  7.72%         10      41        51      11.25
  Carpenters                                           2 Architecture and Construction    15729   16866 1137 7.23%        114     266       379      14.90
  Carpet Installers                                    4 Architecture and Construction     273      277   4  1.47%          0       5         5      10.21
  Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers                 3 Architecture and Construction     2268    2346  78  3.44%          8      19        27      12.88
  Construction and Building Inspectors                 3 Architecture and Construction     475      500  25  5.26%          3      11        13      18.82
  Construction Laborers                                2 Architecture and Construction    16894   20464 3570 21.13%       357     155       512       9.85
  Construction Managers                                4 Architecture and Construction     6362    7146 784 12.32%         78     103       181      27.12
  Construction Trades and Related Workers, All        INA Architecture and Construction    1160    1531 371 31.98%         37      20        57       INA
     Other (OES Only)
  Cost Estimators                                      4 Architecture and Construction    3026    3485   459   15.17%     46       64       109      22.39
  Crane and Tower Operators                            2 Architecture and Construction    1096    1255   159   14.51%     16       33        48      17.32
  Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers                  2 Architecture and Construction    1945    2171   226   11.62%     23       19        41      13.51
  Electrical and Electronics Drafters                  3 Architecture and Construction    383      469    86   22.45%      9       12        20      19.63
  Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse,    5 Architecture and Construction    330      315    0    0.00%       0        7         7       INA
     Substation, and Relay
  Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers       4 Architecture and Construction    2264 2202    0  0.00%             0      74        74      18.79
  Electricians                                         3 Architecture and Construction    9493 11072 1579 16.63%          158     177       335      16.74
  Elevator Installers and Repairers                    4 Architecture and Construction    302   365   63 20.86%             6      10        16      17.42
  Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline          2 Architecture and Construction    1209 1425 216 17.87%             22      34        56      14.02
     Operators
  Fence Erectors                                       2 Architecture and Construction     426   457   31       7.28%      3       7         10       8.76
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction      3 Architecture and Construction    15427 16736 1309      8.49%     131     351       482      20.92
     Trades and Extraction Workers
  Floor Sanders and Finishers                          2 Architecture and Construction    164     175    11    6.71%       1        3        4       12.19
  Glaziers                                             3 Architecture and Construction    735     823    88    11.97%      9       14       23       14.54


1-26       South Carolina Employment Trends                         Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data
                                                               The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                     Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                     Job       Career Cluster              Employment   Growth         Annual        Total Average
                       SOC Title
                                                     Zone                                  2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Hazardous Materials Removal Workers                 2 Architecture and Construction      1742 2583 841 48.28% 84           53       137    17.34
  Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration        4 Architecture and Construction      4370 4967 597 13.66% 60           45       105    14.36
    Mechanics and Installers
  Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other              1   Architecture and Construction 771        1217   446   57.85%   45     38      83      INA
  Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons,                   1   Architecture and Construction 1089       1232   143   13.13%   14     54      68     11.00
    Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble Setters
  Helpers--Carpenters                                  1   Architecture and Construction 2501       2640   139   5.56%    14    124     138      9.98
  Helpers--Electricians                                2   Architecture and Construction 3900       4368   468   12.00%   47    193     240     11.58
  Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair       1   Architecture and Construction 2415       2915   500   20.70%   50    122     172     10.83
    Workers
  Helpers--Painters, Paperhangers, Plasterers, and     1   Architecture and Construction 480        533    53    11.04%   5      24      29       9.59
    Stucco Masons
  Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and      2   Architecture and Construction 1157       1316   159   13.74%   16     57      73     10.39
    Steamfitters
  Helpers--Roofers                                     1   Architecture and Construction    776   922      146   18.81%   15     38      53      8.96
  Highway Maintenance Workers                          1   Architecture and Construction    297   308       11   3.70%    1       5      6      11.07
  Maintenance and Repair Workers, General              3   Architecture and Construction   24918 25787     869   3.49%    87    322     409     14.39
  Manufactured Building and Mobile Home Installers     2   Architecture and Construction    369   425       56   15.18%   6       8      13     12.32
  Mechanical Drafters                                  4   Architecture and Construction    1177 1277      100   8.50%    10     36      46     21.58
  Meter Readers, Utilities                             1   Architecture and Construction    745   524       0    0.00%    0      18      18     13.30
  Operating Engineers and Other Construction           2   Architecture and Construction    4972 5366      394   7.92%    39    108     147     13.53
    Equipment Operators
  Painters, Construction and Maintenance               4   Architecture and Construction 8473       9428   955   11.27%   96    149     245     12.36
  Paperhangers                                         2   Architecture and Construction 438         458    20   4.57%    2       8      10     16.29
  Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment             2   Architecture and Construction 1103       1277   174   15.78%   17     21      39     11.79
     Operators
  Pile-Driver Operators                                2   Architecture and Construction    62        71    9    14.52%   1       1      2      11.76
  Pipelayers                                           2   Architecture and Construction   1692     1902   210   12.41%   21     28      49     12.80
  Plasterers and Stucco Masons                         4   Architecture and Construction   376       420    44   11.70%   4       7      11     11.54
  Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters              2   Architecture and Construction   6712     7521   809   12.05%   81    111     192     15.94
  Power Distributors and Dispatchers                   4   Architecture and Construction   356       307    0    0.00%    0      11      11      INA
  Refractory Materials Repairers, Except               1   Architecture and Construction    33        31    0    0.00%    0       1      1      14.02
     Brickmasons
  Riggers                                              3   Architecture and Construction   294       398   104   35.37%   10      6      16     18.92
  Roofers                                              3   Architecture and Construction   3028     3451   423   13.97%   42     69     111     11.05
  Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers           3   Architecture and Construction   149       227    78   52.35%   8       3      11     16.70
  Segmental Pavers                                     2   Architecture and Construction    27        39    12   44.44%   1       1      2      10.69
  Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleaners        2   Architecture and Construction   541       821   280   51.76%   28     12      40     10.84
  Stonemasons                                          4   Architecture and Construction    95       112    17   17.89%   2       2      4      14.36
  Structural Iron and Steel Workers                    3   Architecture and Construction   1041     1235   194   18.64%   19     11      31     16.10
  Surveyors                                            4   Architecture and Construction   1157     1236    79   6.83%    8      35      43     18.21
  Tapers                                               2   Architecture and Construction   110       122    12   10.91%   1       1      2      17.36
  Telecommunications Equipment Installers and          2   Architecture and Construction   1441     1453    12   0.83%    1      27      28     17.49
     Repairers, Except Line Installers
  Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers     3 Architecture and Construction 2413 3039 626 25.94% 63                   46     108     15.68
  Terrazzo Workers and Finishers                       3 Architecture and Construction 24       24     0   0.00%    0             0      0      11.00
  Tile and Marble Setters                              2 Architecture and Construction 384     413    29   7.55%    3             6      9      13.11
                                                         Architecture and
   Total                                                                              167562 187244 19682 11.75% 2005          3305   5304     15.11
                                                         Construction
  Art and Design Workers, All Other (OES Only)        INA Arts, A/V Technology and      334    356    22   6.59%    2            6       8        INA
                                                                Communication
  Art Directors                                        4     Arts, A/V Technology and       98      108    10    10.20%   1      2       3      27.85
                                                                   Communication


                                                                                                                   South Carolina Employment
     Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data                                                                  Trends                     1-27
The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                         Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                    Job        Career Cluster          Employment    Growth         Annual       Total Average
                       SOC Title
                                                    Zone                               2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Audio and Video Equipment Technicians              4   Arts, A/V Technology and       154  161   7     4.55%    1       5        5     13.90
                                                               Communication
  Audio-Visual Collections Specialists               4     Arts, A/V Technology and     51      61      10    19.67%      1       1         2       12.19
                                                                 Communication
  Bindery Workers                                    2     Arts, A/V Technology and     600    665      65    10.83%      7       16       22       11.22
                                                                 Communication
  Broadcast Technicians                              4     Arts, A/V Technology and     203    208      5      2.46%      1       6         7       12.31
                                                                 Communication
  Camera and Photographic Equipment Repairers        4     Arts, A/V Technology and     63      69      6      9.52%      1       2         2       13.33
                                                                 Communication
  Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion    4     Arts, A/V Technology and     272    338      66    24.26%      7       5        12       13.41
    Picture                                                      Communication
  Choreographers                                     5     Arts, A/V Technology and     157    154      0      0.00%      0       3         3       12.37
                                                                 Communication
  Commercial and Industrial Designers                4     Arts, A/V Technology and     77      95      18    23.38%      2       1         3       23.60
                                                                 Communication
  Dancers                                            4     Arts, A/V Technology and     104    111      7      6.73%      1       2         3       11.70
                                                                 Communication
  Desktop Publishers                                 4     Arts, A/V Technology and     240    358     118    49.17%     12       4        16       16.82
                                                                 Communication
  Editors                                            4     Arts, A/V Technology and    1209    1446    237    19.60%     24       39       63       19.96
                                                                 Communication
  Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related   INA    Arts, A/V Technology and     289    337      48    16.61%      5       6        10         INA
    Workers, All Other                                           Communication
  Film and Video Editors                             4     Arts, A/V Technology and     290    348      58    20.00%      6       5        11       16.51
                                                                 Communication
  Graphic Designers                                  4     Arts, A/V Technology and    2734    3007    273     9.99%     27       27       55       16.61
                                                                 Communication
  Job Printers                                       5     Arts, A/V Technology and     257    276      19     7.39%      2       7         8       13.26
                                                                 Communication
  Media and Communication Equipment Workers, All INA       Arts, A/V Technology and     61      59      0      0.00%      0       3         3         INA
    Other                                                        Communication
  Media and Communication Workers, All Other        INA    Arts, A/V Technology and     246    265      19     7.72%      2       5         7         INA
                                                                 Communication
  Motion Picture Projectionists                      2     Arts, A/V Technology and     42      24      0      0.00%      0       1         1        7.24
                                                                 Communication
  Multi-Media Artists and Animators                 INA    Arts, A/V Technology and     500    573      73    14.60%      7       10       18       20.41
                                                                 Communication
  Music Directors and Composers                      4     Arts, A/V Technology and     172    192      20    11.63%      2       3         5         INA
                                                                 Communication
  Musicians and Singers                              2     Arts, A/V Technology and    1252    1469    217    17.33%     22       24       45         INA
                                                                 Communication
  Photographers                                      3     Arts, A/V Technology and     810    840      30     3.70%      3       16       19       14.60
                                                                 Communication
  Photographic Processing Machine Operators          2     Arts, A/V Technology and     448    488      40     8.93%      4       12       16        8.53
                                                                 Communication
  Prepress Technicians and Workers                   2     Arts, A/V Technology and     925    771      0      0.00%      0       23       23       12.90
                                                                 Communication
  Printing Machine Operators                         1     Arts, A/V Technology and    2587    2692    105     4.06%     11       65       76       13.87
                                                                 Communication
  Printing Workers, All Other (OES Only)            INA    Arts, A/V Technology and     99      95      0      0.00%      0       3         3         INA
                                                                 Communication

1-28        South Carolina Employment Trends                       Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data
                                                              The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                     Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                     Job        Career Cluster            Employment    Growth         Annual       Total Average
                        SOC Title
                                                     Zone                                 2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Producers and Directors                             3   Arts, A/V Technology and         216  260   44 20.37%      4       4        9      INA
                                                                Communication
  Proofreaders and Copy Markers                        2     Arts, A/V Technology and     523       456     0    0.00%    0      19      19    10.74
                                                                   Communication
  Technical Writers                                    5     Arts, A/V Technology and     261       346    85    32.57%   9      8       16    23.07
                                                                   Communication
  Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers          1     Arts, A/V Technology and     699       761    62    8.87%    6      54      60     6.66
                                                                   Communication
  Writers and Authors                                  3     Arts, A/V Technology and     366       409    43    11.75%   4      6       10    22.52
                                                                   Communication
                                                            Arts, A/V Technology and
  Total                                                                               16339 17798 1459 8.93%              174   393     563    14.60
                                                                 Communication
  Accountants and Auditors                             4    Business, Management, and 9762 11354 1592 16.31%              159   145     304    20.54
                                                                   Administration
  Administrative Services Managers                     4    Business, Management, and 5234          6354   1120 21.40%    112    85     197    23.08
                                                                  Administration
  Agents and Business Managers of Artists,             3    Business, Management, and     373       407    34    9.12%    3      8       11    14.47
    Performers, and Athletes                                      Administration
  Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators     1    Business, Management, and 6576          7115   539   8.20%    54    161     215    11.70
                                                                  Administration
  Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks         2    Business, Management, and 31356 34087 2731           8.71%    273   592     865    11.97
                                                                  Administration
  Budget Analysts                                      4    Business, Management, and     622       617     0    0.00%    0      12      12    25.35
                                                                  Administration
  Business Operations Specialists, All Other          INA Business, Management, and 5034            5933   899   17.86%   90    128     217      INA
                                                                Administration
  Chief Executives                                     4    Business, Management, and 9093 10716 1623 17.85%              162   285     447    51.15
                                                                  Administration
  Communications Equipment Operators, All Other       INA Business, Management, and       215       153     0    0.00%    0      7       7       INA
                                                                Administration
  Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis             3    Business, Management, and     314       340    26    8.28%    3      6       9     23.82
    Specialists                                                   Administration
  Correspondence Clerks                                2    Business, Management, and     123       133    10    8.13%    1      4       5     11.48
                                                                  Administration
  Couriers and Messengers                              1    Business, Management, and 1824          1894   70    3.84%    7      50      57     8.99
                                                                  Administration
  Customer Service Representatives                     2    Business, Management, and 16259 21220 4961 30.51%             496   138     634    12.18
                                                                  Administration
  Data Entry Keyers                                    2    Business, Management, and 5233          5344   111   2.12%    11     82      93    10.60
                                                                  Administration
  Employment, Recruitment, and Placement               3    Business, Management, and     656       722    66    10.06%   7      13      19    17.42
    Specialists                                                   Administration
  Executive Secretaries and Administrative             4    Business, Management, and 14377 15894 1517 10.55%             152   244     396    14.59
    Assistants                                                    Administration
  File Clerks                                          1    Business, Management, and 2237          2427   190   8.49%    19     71      90     9.21
                                                                  Administration
  Financial Specialists, All Other                    INA Business, Management, and       600       733    133   22.17%   13     12      25      INA
                                                                Administration
  Financial, Information, and Record Clerks, All Other INA Business, Management, and 1019           1311   292   28.66%   29     13      43      INA
     (OES Only)                                                  Administration
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and        3    Business, Management, and 13817 15211 1394 10.09%             139   267     406    17.32
     Administrative Support Workers                               Administration

                                                                                                                   South Carolina Employment
     Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data                                                                  Trends                 1-29
The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                       Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                      Job        Career Cluster      Employment     Growth        Annual        Total Average
                           SOC Title
                                                      Zone                            2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  General and Operations Managers                      INA Business, Management, and 48213 55071 6858 14.22% 686        813     1499    31.49
                                                                 Administration
  Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and       2   Business, Management, and 4207       5270    1063 25.27%       106      95       201      12.26
    Timekeeping                                                  Administration
  Information and Record Clerks, All Other            INA Business, Management, and       6      8       2     33.33%      0       0         0         INA
                                                                Administration
  Interpreters and Translators                         3   Business, Management, and     26      29      3     11.54%      0       1         1       13.10
                                                                 Administration
  Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan            1   Business, Management, and 1083       1286    203    18.74%     20       23       43       11.90
                                                                 Administration
  Legal Secretaries                                    3   Business, Management, and 1695       1975    280    16.52%     28       29       57       15.00
                                                                 Administration
  Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except       1   Business, Management, and 1028       1080     52     5.06%      5       30       35        9.38
    Postal Service                                               Administration
  Management Analysts                                  4   Business, Management, and 3856       5095    1239 32.13%       124      34       158      27.74
                                                                 Administration
  Managers, All Other                                 INA Business, Management, and 7752        8095    343     4.42%     34      136       171        INA
                                                                Administration
  Medical Secretaries                                  3   Business, Management, and 4286       5063    777    18.13%     78       73       150      11.23
                                                                 Administration
  Meeting and Convention Planners                      4   Business, Management, and     179    220      41    22.91%      4       3         7       17.06
                                                                 Administration
  Office and Administrative Support Workers, All      INA Business, Management, and       4      4       0      0.00%      0       0         0         INA
     Other                                                      Administration
  Office Clerks, General                               1   Business, Management, and 27154 32429 5275 19.43%              528     520      1047      10.63
                                                                 Administration
  Office Machine Operators, Except Computer            1   Business, Management, and     96      88      0      0.00%      0       3         3       10.39
                                                                 Administration
  Operations Research Analysts                         4   Business, Management, and     82      82      0      0.00%      0       3         3       23.83
                                                                 Administration
  Order Clerks                                         2   Business, Management, and 3620       2733     0      0.00%      0       78       78       12.40
                                                                 Administration
  Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                       2   Business, Management, and 2346       2351     5      0.21%      1       67       68       13.14
                                                                 Administration
  Procurement Clerks                                   1   Business, Management, and     599    504      0      0.00%      0       14       14       14.21
                                                                 Administration
  Public Relations Managers                            4   Business, Management, and     750    906     156    20.80%     16       11       27       24.95
                                                                 Administration
  Public Relations Specialists                         4   Business, Management, and     748    940     192    25.67%     19       13       32       16.03
                                                                 Administration
  Receptionists and Information Clerks                 1   Business, Management, and 11919 15161 3242 27.20%              324     266       590      10.05
                                                                 Administration
  Secretaries, Administrative Assistants, and Other   INA Business, Management, and 3611 3574            0      0.00%      0       58       58         INA
    Office Support Workers, All Other (OES Only)                Administration
  Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive    2 Business, Management, and 33765 32394           0      0.00%      0      575       575      11.14
                                                                Administration
  Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks              1   Business, Management, and 13264 14005        741     5.59%     74      267       341      11.41
                                                                 Administration
  Statistical Assistants                               2   Business, Management, and     162    156      0      0.00%      0       1         1       16.81
                                                                 Administration
  Statisticians                                        4   Business, Management, and      2      3       1     50.00%      0       0         0       20.14
                                                                 Administration


1-30        South Carolina Employment Trends                        Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data
                                                               The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                     Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                     Job      Career Cluster      Employment     Growth        Annual        Total Average
                       SOC Title
                                                     Zone                          2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                      1 Business, Management, and 29467 30608 1141 3.87% 114        1048     1162     9.47
                                                              Administration
  Switchboard Operators, Including Answering           1    Business, Management, and 1688          1386    0    0.00%    0      50      50      9.61
    Service                                                       Administration
  Tax Preparers                                        2    Business, Management, and 1294          1382   88    6.80%    9      26      35    13.13
                                                                  Administration
  Telephone Operators                                  1    Business, Management, and 1582          993     0    0.00%    0      47      47      INA
                                                                  Administration
  Training and Development Specialists                 4    Business, Management, and 2364          2721   357   15.10%   36     46      81    19.41
                                                                  Administration
  Word Processors and Typists                          2    Business, Management, and     755       617     0    0.00%    0      15      15    12.61
                                                                  Administration
                                                             Business, Management,
  Total                                                                                  332327 368194 35867 10.79% 3936        6668   10601   17.19
                                                               and Administration
  Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, and GED          4      Education and Training      834       1047   213   25.54%   21     8       30    18.63
    Teachers and Instructors
  Agricultural Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary        5      Education and Training      190       233    43    22.63%   4      5       10      INA
  Architecture Teachers, Postsecondary                 5      Education and Training      143       175    32    22.38%   3      4       7       INA
  Area, Ethnic, and Cultural Studies Teachers,         5      Education and Training       49        60    11    22.45%   1      1       2       INA
     Postsecondary
  Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postsecondary        5      Education and Training      722       880    158   21.88%   16     20      36      INA
  Atmospheric, Earth, Marine, and Space Sciences       5      Education and Training       62        76     14   22.58%   1       2      3       INA
     Teachers, Postsecondary
  Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary           5      Education and Training      418        513    95   22.73%   10     11      21      INA
  Business Teachers, Postsecondary                     5      Education and Training      2669      3276   607   22.74%   61     73     134      INA
  Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary                    5      Education and Training      442        544   102   23.08%   10     12      22      INA
  Communications Teachers, Postsecondary               5      Education and Training      200        245    45   22.50%   5       5      10      INA
  Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary             5      Education and Training      261        320    59   22.61%   6       7      13      INA
  Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teachers,       5      Education and Training      126        155    29   23.02%   3       3      6       INA
     Postsecondary
  Economics Teachers, Postsecondary                    5      Education and Training       89        109    20 22.47%      2      2      4       INA
  Education Administrators, Elementary and             4      Education and Training      3498      4557   1059 30.27%    106    91     197      INA
    Secondary School
  Education Administrators, Postsecondary              5      Education and Training      1897      2108   211   11.12%   21     49      70    27.52
  Education Administrators, Preschool and Child        4      Education and Training      615        826   211   34.31%   21     16      37    15.23
    Care Center/Program
  Education Teachers, Postsecondary                    5      Education and Training      610   750   140 22.95%           14    17      31     INA
  Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors       4      Education and Training      2291 3141 850 37.10%             85    47     132    18.29
  Elementary School Teachers, Except Special           4      Education and Training     19558 26183 6625 33.87%          663   445     1107    INA
     Education
  Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary                  5      Education and Training      414       508     94   22.71%   9      11      21      INA
  English Language and Literature Teachers,            5      Education and Training      759       932    173   22.79%   17     21      38      INA
     Postsecondary
  Farm and Home Management Advisors                    4      Education and Training       77       78      1    1.30%    0      1       1     16.69

  Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors            3      Education and Training      2543      3565   1022 40.19%    102    49     152    12.92
  Foreign Language and Literature Teachers,            5      Education and Training      402        494    92 22.89%      9     11      20     INA
     Postsecondary
  Forestry and Conservation Science Teachers,          5      Education and Training      174       213    39    22.41%   4      5       9       INA
     Postsecondary
  Geography Teachers, Postsecondary                    5      Education and Training       35        42     7    20.00%   1       1      2      INA
  Graduate Teaching Assistants                         5      Education and Training      541       665    124   22.92%   12     15      27     INA
  Health Educators                                     5      Education and Training      386       416     30   7.77%    3       6      9     18.54
                                                                                                                   South Carolina Employment
     Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data                                                                  Trends                     1-31
The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                    Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                     Job        Career Cluster         Employment    Growth         Annual       Total Average
                     SOC Title
                                                     Zone                              2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary          5     Education and Training      199  244   45 22.61%      5       5        10     INA
  History Teachers, Postsecondary                     5     Education and Training      282  346   64 22.70%      6       8        14     INA
  Instructional Coordinators                          5     Education and Training      905 1249 344 38.01% 34           13        48    22.38
  Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education     4     Education and Training     2369 3164 795 33.56% 80           29       109     INA
  Law Teachers, Postsecondary                         5     Education and Training      292  359   67 22.95%      7       8        15     INA
  Librarians                                          4     Education and Training     1993 2257 264 13.25% 26           41        68    19.75
  Library Assistants, Clerical                        1     Education and Training     1712 2151 439 25.64% 44           76       120     8.88
  Library Technicians                                 2     Education and Training     1662 2107 445 26.77% 45           74       118    10.74
  Library, Museum, Training, and Other Education      5     Education and Training      832 1067 235 28.25% 24           12        36     INA
     Workers, All Other (OES Only)
  Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary        5     Education and Training     598   734   136 22.74%             14      16        30        INA
  Middle School Teachers, Except Special and          4     Education and Training     8700 11286 2586 29.72%            259     198       456        INA
     Vocational Education
  Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary     5     Education and Training     299      366      67   22.41%       7       8        15       INA
  Philosophy and Religion Teachers, Postsecondary 5         Education and Training     304      373      69   22.70%       7       8        15       INA
  Physics Teachers, Postsecondary                     5     Education and Training     105      129      24   22.86%       2       3         5       INA
  Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary           5     Education and Training     184      226      42   22.83%       4       5         9       INA
  Postsecondary Teachers, All Other                   5     Education and Training     1242    1525     283   22.79%      28      34        62       INA
  Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education        4     Education and Training     5061    7075    2014   39.79%     201      63       264       9.13
  Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary                  5     Education and Training     269      330      61   22.68%       6       7        13       INA
  Recreation and Fitness Studies Teachers,            5     Education and Training     298      365      67   22.48%       7       8        15       INA
     Postsecondary
  Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and       4     Education and Training    15774 22136 6362 40.33%            636     480      1117        INA
     Vocational Education
  Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                  4     Education and Training     648      782     134   20.68%      13       7        20      15.18
  Social Work Teachers, Postsecondary                 5     Education and Training     162      199      37   22.84%       4       4         8       INA
  Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary                   5     Education and Training     207      254      47   22.71%       5       6        10       INA
  Special Education Teachers, Middle School           4     Education and Training     888     1306     418   47.07%      42      11        53       INA
  Special Education Teachers, Preschool,              4     Education and Training     2406    3880    1474   61.26%     147      31       178       INA
     Kindergarten, and Elementary School
  Special Education Teachers, Secondary School        4     Education and Training     1163 1711 548 47.12%               55      15        70        INA
  Teacher Assistants                                  3     Education and Training    14092 20097 6005 42.61%            601     295       895        INA
  Teachers, Primary, Secondary, and Adult, All Other INA    Education and Training     3341 4431 1090 32.62%             109      34       143        INA
     (OES Only)
  Vocational Education Teachers, Middle School       4       Education and Training     345    456      111   32.17% 11           8         19        INA
  Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary       4       Education and Training    1241 1577        336   27.07% 34          34         68      20.80
  Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School    4       Education and Training    1964 2626        662   33.71% 66          60        126        INA
  Total                                                     Education and Training    109542 146919   37377   34.12% 3739       2539      6280     14.50
  Actuaries                                          5              Finance              16     23       7    43.75%   1          0          1        INA
  Bill and Account Collectors                        2              Finance            3567 4712       1145   32.10% 115         89        204      12.37
  Brokerage Clerks                                   2              Finance            1037 1089         52    5.01%   5         14         19      13.05
  Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators     3              Finance            2930 3615        685   23.38% 69          35        103      18.80
  Credit Analysts                                    4              Finance             268    300       32   11.94%   3          5          9      20.49
  Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks           1              Finance            1307 1264         0     0.00%   0         12         12      12.74

  Economists                                         5             Finance              23    25    2  8.70%               0       1         1      24.04
  Financial Analysts                                 5             Finance             773   895   122 15.78%             12      11        23      21.99
  Financial Examiners                                4             Finance             288   320    32 11.11%              3       6         9      20.81
  Financial Managers                                 4             Finance            10019 11749 1730 17.27%            173     165       338      30.08
  Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage                  4             Finance             109   133    24 22.02%              2       1         4      17.60
  Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks      2             Finance             1443 1327    0  0.00%               0      24        24      11.75
  Insurance Sales Agents                             3             Finance             8428 8920 492 5.84%                49     214       263      20.65
  Insurance Underwriters                             4             Finance             492   462    0  0.00%               0       7         7       INA
  Loan Counselors                                    4             Finance             376   440    64 17.02%              6       8        14      16.74

1-32       South Carolina Employment Trends                        Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data
                                                              The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                     Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                     Job          Career Cluster          Employment    Growth         Annual       Total Average
                       SOC Title
                                                     Zone                                 2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Loan Interviewers and Clerks                        2               Finance              964  719   0     0.00%    0       7        7     12.84
  Loan Officers                                       4               Finance             3027 3191 164 5.42%        16     61       77     21.72
  Market Research Analysts                            4               Finance              439  516   77 17.54%      8      10       17     23.74
  New Accounts Clerks                                 2               Finance              552  591   39    7.07%    4      12       16     11.27
  Personal Financial Advisors                         3               Finance              123  151   28 22.76%      3       1        4     31.09
  Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services     3               Finance             3084 3671 587 19.03% 59           26       84     27.47
     Sales Agents
  Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents        4            Finance               629   693   64 10.17%             6      17     23     19.37
  Tellers                                              2            Finance               8414 7800    0  0.00%             0     406    406     10.33
  Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers          2            Finance               1206 1372 166 13.76%              17     11     28       INA
  Total                                                             Finance              49514 53978 4464 9.02%            551   1143    1693   18.93
  Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture,             3      Government and Public       527   572   45  8.54%             5      13     18     18.90
     Construction, Health and Safety, and                        Administration
     Transportation
  Emergency Management Specialists                     4      Government and Public       283       325     42    14.84%   4      8       12    18.59
                                                                 Administration
  Legislators                                         INA     Government and Public       1372      1549   177    12.90%   18     43      61    11.65
                                                                 Administration
  Social and Community Service Managers                4      Government and Public       4324      4829   505    11.68%   51     81     132    18.88
                                                                 Administration
  Urban and Regional Planners                          4      Government and Public       357       411     54    15.13%   5      9       14    20.16
                                                                 Administration
                                                             Government and Public
  Total                                                                                   6863      7686   823    11.99%   83    154     237    17.08
                                                                 Administration
  Anesthesiologists                                  5           Health Science           118        152     34   28.81%    3      2      5     83.89
  Audiologists                                       4           Health Science           114        175     61   53.51%    6      3      9     26.00
  Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians       3           Health Science           770        967    197   25.58%    20    17      37    21.72
  Chiropractors                                      5           Health Science           939       1060    121   12.89%    12    17      29    42.82
  Dental Assistants                                  3           Health Science           2955      4131   1176   39.80%   118    53     171    12.25
  Dental Hygienists                                  3           Health Science           1446      1969    523   36.17%    52    21      73    23.25
  Diagnostic Medical Sonographers                    3           Health Science           284        327     43   15.14%    4      6      11    22.24
  Dietetic Technicians                               4           Health Science           182        231     49   26.92%    5      5      10    11.83
  Dietitians and Nutritionists                       4           Health Science           863        876     13    1.51%    1     23      25    16.24
  Embalmers                                          4           Health Science           172        163     0     0.00%    0      4      4     15.15
  Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics       2           Health Science           3297      4256    959   29.09%    96    84     180    11.79
  Family and General Practitioners                   5           Health Science           1067      1263    196   18.37%    20    16      35    67.01
  Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All INA          Health Science           2134      2876    742   34.77%    74    46     120     INA
     Other
  Healthcare Support Workers, All Other             INA           Health Science          1806 2252 446 24.70%              45    48      93     INA
  Home Health Aides                                  1            Health Science          3641 5507 1866 51.25%            187    46     233     8.39
  Internists, General                                5            Health Science          528   681   153 28.98%            15     8      23    79.78
  Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 3             Health Science          9288 10657 1369 14.74%           137   238     375    14.42
  Massage Therapists                                 3            Health Science           66    76    10 15.15%            1      2      3     12.78
  Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians        2            Health Science          2733 3211 478 17.49%              48    64     112    14.36
  Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists      4            Health Science          2529 2799 270 10.68%              27    59      86    18.78
  Medical and Health Services Managers               4            Health Science          4673 5677 1004 21.49%            100    80     181    29.88
  Medical Assistants                                 3            Health Science          3166 4681 1515 47.85%            152    84     235    10.95
  Medical Equipment Preparers                        2            Health Science          547   565    18 3.29%             2     15      16    11.70
  Medical Records and Health Information             3            Health Science          1208 1908 700 57.95%              70    27      97    11.90
     Technicians
  Medical Transcriptionists                          3            Health Science          959 1165 206 21.48%               21    25      46    13.13
  Nuclear Medicine Technologists                     4            Health Science          167   206   39 23.35%             4      4      8      INA
  Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants           2            Health Science         15003 18517 3514 23.42%           351   191     543     8.66
  Obstetricians and Gynecologists                    5            Health Science          255   316   61 23.92%             6      4      10    97.43

                                                                                                                    South Carolina Employment
     Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data                                                                   Trends                 1-33
The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                    Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                    Job       Career Cluster         Employment           Growth         Annual      Total Average
                     SOC Title
                                                    Zone                              2000 2010      Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Occupational Therapist Aides                        2        Health Science          33    38         5    15.15%    1       1        2    10.11
  Occupational Therapist Assistants                   2        Health Science         187   272         85 45.45%      9       6       14    17.65
  Occupational Therapists                             4        Health Science         979 1353         374 38.20% 37          25       62    26.02
  Opticians, Dispensing                               4        Health Science         433   518         85 19.63%      9       8       17    13.06
  Optometrists                                        4        Health Science         248   301         53 21.37%      5       5       10    50.89
  Pediatricians, General                              5        Health Science         130   160         30 23.08%      3       2        5    70.02
  Pharmacists                                         4        Health Science         2836 3429        593 20.91% 59          85      144    36.61
  Pharmacy Aides                                      3        Health Science         769   903        134 17.43% 13          20       34     8.58
  Pharmacy Technicians                                2        Health Science         3111 4138       1027 33.01% 103         81      183    10.48
  Physical Therapist Aides                            2        Health Science         148   184         36 24.32%      4       4        8    11.51
  Physical Therapist Assistants                       2        Health Science         736   982        246 33.42% 25          22       46    18.54
  Physical Therapists                                 4        Health Science         1858 2486        628 33.80% 63          47      109    28.39
  Physician Assistants                                4        Health Science         2142 4315       2173 101.45% 217        46      264    22.11
  Physicians and Surgeons, All Other                 INA       Health Science         8850 11427      2577 29.12% 258        131      389     INA
  Psychiatric Aides                                   2        Health Science         443   418         0     0.00%    0       6        6     INA
  Psychiatric Technicians                             3        Health Science         397   373         0     0.00%    0      10       10     INA
  Psychiatrists                                       5        Health Science         236   267         31 13.14%      3       4        7     INA
  Radiation Therapists                                4        Health Science         238   301         63 26.47%      6       5       11    21.71
  Radiologic Technologists and Technicians            4        Health Science         2014 2167        153 7.60%      15      44       60    19.89
  Recreational Therapists                             4        Health Science         273   283         10    3.66%    1       7        8    13.73
  Registered Nurses                                   4        Health Science        27296 35564      8268 30.29% 827        551     1378    22.99
  Respiratory Therapists                              3        Health Science         964 1233         269 27.90% 27          24       51    19.99
  Respiratory Therapy Technicians                     3        Health Science         562   704        142 25.27% 14          15       29    17.84
  Speech-Language Pathologists                        4        Health Science         962 1446         484 50.31% 48          24       73    22.30
  Surgeons                                            5        Health Science         788 1003         215 27.28% 22          12       33    95.02
  Surgical Technologists                              3        Health Science         732   817         85 11.61%      9      19       28    14.70
  Veterinarians                                       5        Health Science         813 1085         272 33.46% 27          14       41    36.75
  Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal         3        Health Science         1378 1739        361 26.20% 36          32       68     8.75
    Caretakers
  Veterinary Technologists and Technicians           3        Health Science           593    844      251   42.33% 25           14        39      10.20
  Total                                                       Health Science         121059 155414   34355   28.38% 3443       2456      5899     19.48
  Amusement and Recreation Attendants                1     Hospitality and Tourism     4820 6356      1536   31.87% 154         154       307       7.37
  Athletes and Sports Competitors                    3     Hospitality and Tourism     282    366       84   29.79%   8           5        14        INA
  Athletic Trainers                                  5     Hospitality and Tourism     148    143       0    0.00%    0           4         4        INA
  Baggage Porters and Bellhops                       1     Hospitality and Tourism     513    565       52   10.14%   5          17        22       9.43
  Bakers                                             3     Hospitality and Tourism     1645 1909       264   16.05% 26           26        52       8.79
  Bartenders                                         1     Hospitality and Tourism     3471 3877       406   11.70% 41          140       181       7.39
  Chefs and Head Cooks                               4     Hospitality and Tourism     3093 3549       456   14.74% 46           97       142      12.30
  Coaches and Scouts                                 5     Hospitality and Tourism     894    988       94   10.51%   9          18        27        INA
  Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers,     1     Hospitality and Tourism    30679 40919    10240   33.38% 1024       1901      2925       6.99
    Including Fast Food

  Concierges                                         2     Hospitality and Tourism     72    83   11 15.28%               1      2         4        8.43
  Cooks, Fast Food                                   2     Hospitality and Tourism    9364 9324    0  0.00%               0     266       266       6.66
  Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria                   2     Hospitality and Tourism    6414 7406 992 15.47%               99     182       281       8.09
  Cooks, Restaurant                                  3     Hospitality and Tourism    8632 10486 1854 21.48%            185     247       432       8.53
  Cooks, Short Order                                 1     Hospitality and Tourism    4741 4933 192 4.05%                19     142       161       7.92
  Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession,    1     Hospitality and Tourism    5254 6062 808 15.38%               81     405       486       6.99
    and Coffee Shop
  Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and           1     Hospitality and Tourism    3644    3314     0      0.00%      0      122       122       7.27
    Bartender Helpers


1-34       South Carolina Employment Trends                       Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data
                                                             The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                     Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                     Job          Career Cluster          Employment    Growth         Annual       Total Average
                       SOC Title
                                                     Zone                                 2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Dishwashers                                         1       Hospitality and Tourism     9351 8422   0     0.00%    0      350      350     6.97
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food             3       Hospitality and Tourism     8723 9895 1172 13.44% 117         220      338    11.23
     Preparation and Serving Workers
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping      3      Hospitality and Tourism     3730      4321   591     15.84%   59    101     160    12.11
     and Janitorial Workers
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal        3        Hospitality and Tourism     1376      1516   140     10.17%   14     38      52    17.81
     Service Workers
  Food Batchmakers                                   3        Hospitality and Tourism     938        886     0     0.00%    0      24      24    12.07
  Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers, All INA       Hospitality and Tourism     1974      1928     0     0.00%    0      74      74     INA
     Other
  Food Preparation Workers                           1        Hospitality and Tourism    11424      13872 2448 21.43%       245   446     691     8.05
  Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                        1        Hospitality and Tourism     2239       2639 400 17.87%         40    98     138     7.21
  Food Service Managers                              4        Hospitality and Tourism     9599      11005 1406 14.65%       141   113     254    15.26
  Gaming Change Persons and Booth Cashiers           1        Hospitality and Tourism     174         259  85 48.85%         9      7      16     7.84
  Gaming Managers                                    3        Hospitality and Tourism      81         113  32 39.51%         3      1      5     15.91
  Gaming Supervisors                                 3        Hospitality and Tourism     102         128  26 25.49%         3      3      5     11.42
  Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and       3        Hospitality and Tourism     4763       5460 697 14.63%         70   141     211     7.19
     Coffee Shop
  Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks               2        Hospitality and Tourism     2374 3108 734 30.92%               73   146     219     8.61
  Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and            1        Hospitality and Tourism    27575 31442 3867 14.02%            387   497     884     8.00
     Housekeeping Cleaners
  Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room             1      Hospitality and Tourism     203       222     19     9.36%    2      7       9       INA
    Attendants
  Lodging Managers                                     3      Hospitality and Tourism     1316       1372   56 4.26%         6     15      21    16.23
  Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                      1      Hospitality and Tourism    17721      21399 3678 20.76%       368   377     745     7.44
  Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers         1      Hospitality and Tourism     691         731   40 5.79%         4     17      21     INA
  Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other        INA     Hospitality and Tourism     637         841  204 32.03%        20    15      35     INA
  Recreation Workers                                   3      Hospitality and Tourism     2233       2644 411 18.41%         41    46      87     8.86
  Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and     2      Hospitality and Tourism     3315       3928 613 18.49%         61    88     150    12.09
    Travel Clerks
  Tour Guides and Escorts                              1      Hospitality and Tourism     690   848   158          22.90%    16    21      37     9.10
  Travel Agents                                        2      Hospitality and Tourism     832 1034 202             24.28%    20    20      40    12.49
  Travel Guides                                        2      Hospitality and Tourism      21    27    6           28.57%    1      1       1    13.36
  Umpires, Referees, and Other Sports Officials        3      Hospitality and Tourism     105   122    17          16.19%    2      2       4     INA
  Waiters and Waitresses                               1      Hospitality and Tourism    30887 37406 6519          21.11%   652   1745    2397    6.83
  Total                                                      Hospitality and Tourism 226740 265848         39108   17.25% 4052    8341   12394   7.87
  Child Care Workers                                   1         Human Service        7862 10136            2274   28.92% 227      265    492      7.17
  Child, Family, and School Social Workers             4         Human Service        4743 5454              711   14.99% 71        53    124    13.60
  Clergy                                               5         Human Service         278    347             69   24.82%   7        8     15    15.40
  Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists       4         Human Service        1081 1304              223   20.63% 22        25     48    18.90
  Counselors, Social, and Religious Workers, All      INA        Human Service         368    415             47   12.77%   5        6     11      INA
     Other (OES Only)
  Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs        2          Human Service           2356      2108     0     0.00%    0      69      69    12.59

  Marriage and Family Therapists                       4          Human Service           201        220    19     9.45%    2       4      6      INA
  Medical and Public Health Social Workers             4          Human Service           1450      1897   447     30.83%   45     16      61    15.18
  Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social             4          Human Service           739        909   170     23.00%   17      8      25    12.88
    Workers
  Mental Health Counselors                             4          Human Service           1324      1476    152 11.48%       15    27      42     INA
  Personal and Home Care Aides                         2          Human Service           3421      5923   2502 73.14%      250    52     302     8.26
  Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment        3          Human Service           2677      3210    533 19.91%       53    40      93    13.46
    Specialists
  Rehabilitation Counselors                            4          Human Service           2909      3240   331     11.38%   33     60      93    12.46
  Residential Advisors                                 3          Human Service           398        464    66     16.58%   7       9      16    10.82
                                                                                                                     South Carolina Employment
     Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data                                                                    Trends                 1-35
The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                      Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                      Job        Career Cluster          Employment   Growth         Annual        Total Average
                       SOC Title
                                                      Zone                               2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Social and Human Service Assistants                  2         Human Service           6470 8682 2212 34.19% 221         96       317    10.70
  Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder              4         Human Service            659  862  203 30.80% 20          14        34    14.04
    Counselors
  Total                                                          Human Service          36936 46647 9711 26.29%            995     752      1748     10.31
  Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine Servicers 2           Information Technology      757 1103 346 45.71%                35      16       50       10.60
    and Repairers
  Computer and Information Scientists, Research   5          Information Technology      124      161      37   29.84%       4       1         5      31.79
  Computer and Information Systems Managers       5          Information Technology      2496    3559    1063   42.59%     106      42       148      33.69
  Computer Hardware Engineers                     4          Information Technology      235      305      70   29.79%       7       3        10      28.63
  Computer Operators                              3          Information Technology      1286    1016      0     0.00%       0      23        23      14.62
  Computer Programmers                            4          Information Technology      3467    3900     433   12.49%      43      73       116      25.31
  Computer Software Engineers, Applications       4          Information Technology      2155    4348    2193   101.76%    219      15       234      30.83
  Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software   4          Information Technology      1825    3706    1881   103.07%    188      12       200      27.98
  Computer Specialists, All Other                INA         Information Technology      528      830     302   57.20%      30       5        35       INA
  Computer Support Specialists                    4          Information Technology      4037    7561    3524   87.29%     352      17       370      15.99
  Computer Systems Analysts                       3          Information Technology      2431    3717    1286   52.90%     129      22       150      24.13
  Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine  3          Information Technology      1011    1089      78    7.72%       8      11        19      14.87
    Repairers
  Database Administrators                         4          Information Technology      503      703     200 39.76%        20      2         22      22.62
  Network and Computer Systems Administrators     4          Information Technology      1443    2651    1208 83.71%       121      6        127      22.88
  Network Systems and Data Communications         4          Information Technology      1392    2486    1094 78.59%       109      6        115      28.02
    Analysts
  Total                                                      Information Technology     23690 37135 13445 56.75% 1371              254      1624     24.22
  Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and    5           Law, Public Safety, and     60    62    2   3.33%    0                2         2       33.70
    Hearing Officers                                                 Security
  Animal Control Workers                               2     Law, Public Safety, and      63      71      8     12.70%      1       5         6       10.75
                                                                    Security
  Bailiffs                                             1     Law, Public Safety, and      268    303      35    13.06%      4       7        10        9.78
                                                                    Security
  Correctional Officers and Jailers                    2     Law, Public Safety, and    10030 13589 3559 35.48%            356     244       599      12.42
                                                                    Security
  Court Reporters                                      3     Law, Public Safety, and      58      65      7     12.07%      1       1         1       14.94
                                                                    Security
  Crossing Guards                                      1     Law, Public Safety, and     1042    1107     65     6.24%      7       35       42       10.56
                                                                    Security
  Detectives and Criminal Investigators                3     Law, Public Safety, and      822    954     132    16.06%     13       18       32       18.88
                                                                    Security
  Fire Fighters                                        2     Law, Public Safety, and     2429    2602    173     7.12%     17       63       80       13.01
                                                                    Security
  Fire Inspectors and Investigators                    2     Law, Public Safety, and      53      59      6     11.32%      1       1         2       15.93
                                                                    Security
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Correctional      4     Law, Public Safety, and     1175    1567    392    33.36%     39       20       59       21.58
     Officers                                                       Security
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Fire Fighting     4     Law, Public Safety, and      718    763      45     6.27%      5       23       27       20.24
     and Prevention Workers                                         Security
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police and        4     Law, Public Safety, and     2563    2913    350    13.66%     35       69       104      19.48
     Detectives                                                     Security
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers, Protective          4     Law, Public Safety, and      677    912     235    34.71%     24       21       44         INA
     Service Workers, All Other                                     Security
  Forest Fire Inspectors and Prevention Specialists    2     Law, Public Safety, and      467    508      41     8.78%      4       12       17         INA
                                                                    Security
  Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates           5     Law, Public Safety, and      707    709      2      0.28%      0       20       20       25.33
                                                                    Security
  Law Clerks                                           4     Law, Public Safety, and     1297    1544    247    19.04%     25       12       37       11.60
                                                                    Security
  Lawyers                                              5     Law, Public Safety, and     6038    7431    1393 23.07%       139      41       180      45.78
                                                                    Security

1-36         South Carolina Employment Trends                        Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data
                                                                The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                         Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                       Job        Career Cluster          Employment   Growth         Annual        Total Average
                       SOC Title
                                                       Zone                               2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly

  Legal and Related Workers, All Other (OES Only)      INA     Law, Public Safety, and    690       890    200   28.99%   20     6       26      INA
                                                                      Security
  Paralegals and Legal Assistants                       4      Law, Public Safety, and    2903      3783   880   30.31%   88     18     106    15.66
                                                                      Security
  Parking Enforcement Workers                           1      Law, Public Safety, and     89       101    12    13.48%   1      1       2     10.08
                                                                      Security
  Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                  2      Law, Public Safety, and    9116 10903 1787 19.60%          179   192     371    14.84
                                                                      Security
  Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers               2      Law, Public Safety, and    1351      1528   177   13.10%   18     22      40    12.13
                                                                      Security
  Private Detectives and Investigators                  2      Law, Public Safety, and    548       718    170   31.02%   17     15      32    13.35
                                                                      Security
  Protective Service Workers, All Other                INA     Law, Public Safety, and    872       1123   251   28.78%   25     64      89      INA
                                                                      Security
  Security Guards                                       1      Law, Public Safety, and   14915 21044 6129 41.09%          613   406     1019     9.82
                                                                      Security
                                                              Law, Public Safety, and
  Total                                                                                  58951 75249 16298 27.65% 1632          1318    2947   14.77
                                                                     Security
  Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other                INA         Manufacturing          2215      3154   939   42.39%   94     39     133     INA
  Boilermakers                                          4          Manufacturing          173        173    0    0.00%    0       5      5     17.47
  Cementing and Gluing Machine Operators and            1          Manufacturing          248        258    10   4.03%    1       6      7     10.79
     Tenders
  Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders              2          Manufacturing          1605      1551    0    0.00%    0      38      38    19.05
  Chemical Plant and System Operators                   2          Manufacturing          2129      2001    0    0.00%    0      65      65    16.34
  Civil Engineering Technicians                         4          Manufacturing          1060      1232   172   16.23%   17     21      38    18.86
  Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment                    1          Manufacturing          3578      4216   638   17.83%   64    137     200     8.63
  Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment       1          Manufacturing           51        35     0    0.00%    0       1      1     12.17
     Operators and Tenders
  Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters,      1          Manufacturing          1384      1611   227   16.40%   23     31      54    15.01
    Operators, and Tenders
  Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers                   2          Manufacturing          122        153    31   25.41%   3       3      6     13.46
  Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators,           2          Manufacturing          1576      1809   233   14.78%   23     56      79    15.28
    Metal and Plastic
  Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except    2          Manufacturing          244       274    30    12.30%   3      8       11    18.06
    Mechanical Door
  Conveyor Operators and Tenders                        1          Manufacturing          324       291    0     0.00%    0      9       9     11.70
  Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Setters,    1          Manufacturing          275       298    23    8.36%    2      6       8     13.23
    Operators, and Tenders
  Cutters and Trimmers, Hand                            1          Manufacturing          141       127     0    0.00%    0       3      3      9.97
  Cutting and Slicing Machine Setters, Operators,       1          Manufacturing          619       571     0    0.00%    0      11      11    13.35
    and Tenders
  Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters,         2          Manufacturing          7979      8086   107   1.34%    11    156     167    13.06
     Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
  Dental Laboratory Technicians                         3          Manufacturing          384        407   23    5.99%    2      10      13    16.61
  Drilling and Boring Machine Tool Setters,             2          Manufacturing          1699      1589   0     0.00%    0      56      56    11.98
     Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
  Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related Repairers     2          Manufacturing          872        952    80   9.17%    8      20      28    12.38
  Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians     4          Manufacturing          5080      5511   431   8.48%    43    100     143    21.62
  Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers        3          Manufacturing          2708      2622    0    0.00%    0      69      69    12.85
  Electrical and Electronic Equipment Mechanics,       INA         Manufacturing           63         73    10   15.87%   1       2      3      INA
     Installers, and Repairers, All Other (OES Only)
  Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial      3          Manufacturing          788       739     0    0.00%    0      16      16    20.07
     and Industrial Equipment
  Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers                3          Manufacturing          765       659    0     0.00%    0      20      20    13.81
  Electro-Mechanical Technicians                        4          Manufacturing          541       594    53    9.80%    5      11      16    23.99

                                                                                                                   South Carolina Employment
     Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data                                                                  Trends                     1-37
The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                     Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                      Job     Career Cluster          Employment    Growth         Annual       Total Average
                      SOC Title
                                                      Zone                            2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment              3       Manufacturing           163  158   0     0.00%    0       3        3     13.86
     Installers and Repairers
  Engine and Other Machine Assemblers               3          Manufacturing          133      159     26    19.55%      3        3        5       14.60
  Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters, Operators, 2          Manufacturing          2473    2611    138    5.58%      14       55       68       14.55
    and Tenders, Metal and Plastic

  Extruding and Forming Machine Setters, Operators,    1       Manufacturing          4497    4100     0      0.00%      0      121       121      13.97
     and Tenders, Synthetic and Glass Fibers
  Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting         1       Manufacturing           172    205      33    19.19%      3       4         7       14.96
     Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders
  Fabric and Apparel Patternmakers                     2       Manufacturing          270      190     0     0.00%       0        9         9      12.24
  Fabric Menders, Except Garment                       1       Manufacturing           75       62     0     0.00%       0        2         2      13.06
  Fiberglass Laminators and Fabricators                2       Manufacturing          554      571     17    3.07%       2       10        11      13.71
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics,        4       Manufacturing          6725    7535    810    12.04%     81      175       256      22.04
     Installers, and Repairers
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and    3       Manufacturing         20651 19479       0      0.00%      0      539       539      21.19
     Operating Workers
  Food Processing Workers, All Other (OES Only)    INA         Manufacturing            84     74      0     0.00%       0        2        2        INA
  Forging Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, 2           Manufacturing           707    857     150    21.22%     15       23       38       12.15
    Metal and Plastic
  Foundry Mold and Coremakers                          2       Manufacturing           417    382      0      0.00%      0        9        9       12.33
  Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, and Kettle Operators     1       Manufacturing           506    511      5      0.99%      1       14       14       14.02
    and Tenders
  Furniture Finishers                                 2        Manufacturing          337      371     34    10.09%      3       13       17       11.54
  Grinding and Polishing Workers, Hand                1        Manufacturing          208      212     4     1.92%       0        5        5       13.68
  Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine   2        Manufacturing          2907    2970     63    2.17%       6       71       77       13.97
     Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and
     Plastic
  Heat Treating Equipment Setters, Operators, and     2        Manufacturing           723    823     100    13.83%     10       15       25       13.83
     Tenders, Metal and Plastic
  Helpers--Production Workers                         1        Manufacturing          9494    9892    398     4.19%     40      243       283       9.69
  Hoist and Winch Operators                           1        Manufacturing           76       82     6      7.89%      1        2         2      12.09
  Home Appliance Repairers                            3        Manufacturing          866      919     53     6.12%      5       18        23      13.99
  Industrial Engineering Technicians                  4        Manufacturing          1573    1632     59     3.75%      6       31        37      22.42
  Industrial Machinery Mechanics                      3        Manufacturing          4952    4499     0      0.00%      0      126       126      17.56
  Industrial Production Managers                      4        Manufacturing          9352    9147     0      0.00%      0      152       152      30.25
  Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators              1        Manufacturing         11165   12117    952     8.53%     95      154       250      11.87
  Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and         1        Manufacturing         12623   10978     0      0.00%      0      284       284      12.97
     Weighers
  Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All INA       Manufacturing           651    729      78    11.98%      8       13       21         INA
     Other
  Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers       2        Manufacturing          370      346     0      0.00%      0       10       10       14.49
  Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters,             3        Manufacturing          1304    1220     0      0.00%      0       51       51       14.39
     Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
  Lay-Out Workers, Metal and Plastic                  3        Manufacturing          108       97     0     0.00%       0        3         3       INA
  Locksmiths and Safe Repairers                       3        Manufacturing          137      153     16    11.68%      2        5         7      14.00
  Machine Feeders and Offbearers                      1        Manufacturing          4246    3551     0     0.00%       0      144       144      10.76
  Machinists                                          4        Manufacturing          5951    6446    495    8.32%      50      122       172      15.65
  Maintenance Workers, Machinery                      1        Manufacturing          2697    2394     0     0.00%       0       66        66      15.21
  Mechanical Engineering Technicians                  4        Manufacturing          1432    1499     67    4.68%       7       28        35      20.80
  Medical Appliance Technicians                       2        Manufacturing           71       83     12    16.90%      1        2         3      16.55
  Medical Equipment Repairers                         3        Manufacturing          274      309     35    12.77%      4        7        10      16.14
  Metal Workers and Plastic Workers, All Other       INA       Manufacturing          1111    1470    359    32.31%     36       22        58       INA
  Metal-Refining Furnace Operators and Tenders        2        Manufacturing           84       93     9     10.71%      1        2         3      13.02

1-38       South Carolina Employment Trends                       Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data
                                                             The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                       Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                          Job     Career Cluster          Employment    Growth         Annual       Total Average
                        SOC Title
                                                          Zone                            2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Milling and Planing Machine Setters, Operators,          3       Manufacturing           774  699   0     0.00%    0      25       25     14.26
     and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
  Millwrights                                              4       Manufacturing          820        850   30    3.66%    3      25      28    18.54
  Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators,          1       Manufacturing          1850      1926   76    4.11%    8      40      48    13.43
     and Tenders
  Model Makers, Wood                                       4       Manufacturing          126        140    14   11.11%   1      5       6     11.62
  Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Except Metal and          2       Manufacturing          8670      9309   639   7.37%    64    226     290     INA
    Plastic
  Molding, Coremaking, and Casting Machine                 1       Manufacturing          1466      1710   244   16.64%   24     30      54    12.04
    Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and
    Plastic
  Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and            2       Manufacturing          2747      3274   527   19.18%   53     42      95    14.84
    Tenders, Metal and Plastic
  Numerical Tool and Process Control Programmers           3       Manufacturing          321        374    53   16.51%   5      11      17    16.65
  Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians                        3       Manufacturing          554        659   105   18.95%   11     15      25    10.41
  Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and              1       Manufacturing          2767      2785    18   0.65%    2      62      64    11.53
    Tenders
  Painters, Transportation Equipment                       2       Manufacturing          486        573   87    17.90%   9      11      20    13.25
  Painting, Coating, and Decorating Workers                1       Manufacturing          131        161   30    22.90%   3       3      6      9.37
  Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and              2       Manufacturing          1863      1788   0     0.00%    0      36      36    13.44
    Tenders
  Petroleum Pump System Operators, Refinery                3       Manufacturing           11        11     0    0.00%    0      0       0     18.59
    Operators, and Gaugers
  Photographic Process Workers                       2             Manufacturing          101        94     0    0.00%    0       3      3      9.86
  Plant and System Operators, All Other             INA            Manufacturing          175       187     12   6.86%    1       5      7      INA
  Plating and Coating Machine Setters, Operators,    1             Manufacturing          736       936    200   27.17%   20     15      35    12.52
     and Tenders, Metal and Plastic
  Pourers and Casters, Metal                         1             Manufacturing          204       229    25    12.25%   3      6       8     13.68
  Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers, All INA            Manufacturing           42        39    0     0.00%    0      1       1      INA
     Other
  Production Workers, All Other                     INA            Manufacturing          6341      7774   1433 22.60%    143   115     258     INA
  Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and 4               Manufacturing          2636      2807    171 6.49%      17    54      71    21.70
     Farm Products
  Radio Mechanics                                    3             Manufacturing           39        20     0    0.00%    0       1      1     18.13
  Rolling Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders,   2             Manufacturing          328       312     0    0.00%    0      11      11    15.31
     Metal and Plastic
  Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders,          2       Manufacturing          1054      1185   131   12.43%   13     41      55    10.44
     Wood
  Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, and    1       Manufacturing           41        41     0    0.00%    0      1       1     14.03
     Still Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders
  Sewers, Hand                                             1       Manufacturing          397         311   0  0.00%       0      9      9      9.58
  Sewing Machine Operators                                 1       Manufacturing         11500       7684   0  0.00%       0    126     126     9.07
  Sheet Metal Workers                                      3       Manufacturing          2505       3210 705 28.14%       71    52     122    13.73
  Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators                2       Manufacturing          477         489  12  2.52%       1     13      15    21.90
  Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters                 4       Manufacturing          1776       2140 364 20.50%       36    27      64    13.31
  Tailors, Dressmakers, and Custom Sewers                  3       Manufacturing          319         290   0  0.00%       0      7      7      9.50
  Team Assemblers                                          2       Manufacturing         29259      31017 1758 6.01%      176   512     688    13.31
  Textile Bleaching and Dyeing Machine Operators           1       Manufacturing          5024       4228   0  0.00%       0     97      97    11.31
     and Tenders
  Textile Cutting Machine Setters, Operators, and          3       Manufacturing          2038      1543    0    0.00%    0      33      33    11.02
    Tenders
  Textile Knitting and Weaving Machine Setters,            3       Manufacturing         11319 9266         0    0.00%    0     203     203    12.18
    Operators, and Tenders
  Textile Winding, Twisting, and Drawing Out               3       Manufacturing         10895 8759         0    0.00%    0     236     236    10.75
    Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders
  Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers, All          INA      Manufacturing          3191      2850    0    0.00%    0      65      65     INA
                                                                                                                   South Carolina Employment
     Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data                                                                  Trends                1-39
The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                    Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                     Job          Career Cluster           Employment   Growth         Annual        Total Average
                      SOC Title
                                                     Zone                                  2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
    Other
  Tool and Die Makers                                 4            Manufacturing            1833   1898     65  3.55%        7       46        53      18.86
  Tool Grinders, Filers, and Sharpeners               3            Manufacturing            380     349      0  0.00%        0       10        10      13.18
  Upholsterers                                        3            Manufacturing            296     247      0  0.00%        0       10        10      11.04
  Watch Repairers                                     3            Manufacturing             24      27      3  12.50%       0        1         1       INA
  Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers            1            Manufacturing            7929   9333    1404 17.71%      140     224       364      14.74
  Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters,    1            Manufacturing            530     613     83 15.66%        8       15        23      12.85
    Operators, and Tenders
  Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and         1            Manufacturing            1106   1127    21     1.90%      2       45       47       10.76
    Tenders, Except Sawing
  Total                                                           Manufacturing            271843 271176 -667    -0.25%    1515    5972      7485     14.84
  Advertising and Promotions Managers                 4     Marketing, Sales and Service    1179    1565 386 32.74%          39      17        56      26.74
  Advertising Sales Agents                            3     Marketing, Sales and Service    1660    2053 393 23.67%          39      34        73      19.25
  Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate             4     Marketing, Sales and Service    482      552  70 14.52%           7      14        21      20.18
  Barbers                                             3     Marketing, Sales and Service    525      513   0  0.00%           0      15        15      10.47
  Butchers and Meat Cutters                           3     Marketing, Sales and Service    2072    1868   0  0.00%           0      50        50      10.44
  Cashiers                                            1     Marketing, Sales and Service   58817   66925 8108 13.79%        811    2670      3480       7.18
  Counter and Rental Clerks                           1     Marketing, Sales and Service    7214    8494 1280 17.74%        128     326       454       8.93
  Demonstrators and Product Promoters                 1     Marketing, Sales and Service    196      245  49 25.00%           5       6        11      12.70
  Door-To-Door Sales Workers, News and Street         1     Marketing, Sales and Service    105      106   1  0.95%           0       3         3      17.69
    Vendors, and Related Workers
  Driver/Sales Workers                                 1 Marketing, Sales and Service       6961   7304    343    4.93%     34       98       133      12.59
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail        3 Marketing, Sales and Service       6177   6557    380    6.15%     38       90       128      23.27
     Sales Workers
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales      3 Marketing, Sales and Service      31425 33840 2415       7.68%     242     454       696      15.37
     Workers
  Floral Designers                                     2 Marketing, Sales and Service       1882    2076 194 10.31%          19      19        38      10.69
  Funeral Attendants                                   1 Marketing, Sales and Service       662      770  108 16.31%         11      15        26       8.79
  Funeral Directors                                    4 Marketing, Sales and Service       491      515   24 4.89%           2       8        11      18.16
  Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists       3 Marketing, Sales and Service       6107    6467 360 5.89%           36     149       185      10.84
  Interior Designers                                   4 Marketing, Sales and Service       216      221   5  2.31%           1       2         3      18.59
  Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers                     1 Marketing, Sales and Service       3820    4230 410 10.73%          41     100       141       7.58
  Manicurists and Pedicurists                          1 Marketing, Sales and Service       365      452   87 23.84%          9       9        18       8.73
  Marketing Managers                                   4 Marketing, Sales and Service       1310    1652 342 26.11%          34      19        53      32.53
  Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers           3 Marketing, Sales and Service       1154    1258 104 9.01%           10      12        22      11.00
  Packers and Packagers, Hand                          1 Marketing, Sales and Service      14952   17418 2466 16.49%        247     379       626       8.58
  Parking Lot Attendants                               1 Marketing, Sales and Service        55       59   4  7.27%           0       1         1       8.30
  Parts Salespersons                                   2 Marketing, Sales and Service       5188    5124   0  0.00%           0     155       155      11.85
  Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials    1 Marketing, Sales and Service       5023    4399   0  0.00%           0      69        69       9.89
  Property, Real Estate, and Community Association 4 Marketing, Sales and Service           3316    3813 497 14.99%          50      54       104      20.98
     Managers
  Purchasing Managers                                  4 Marketing, Sales and Service       1801    1644     0  0.00%         0      56        56      25.30
  Real Estate Brokers                                  3 Marketing, Sales and Service       579      619     40 6.91%         4      10        14      39.23
  Real Estate Sales Agents                             2 Marketing, Sales and Service       3803    4044    241 6.34%        24      66        90       INA
  Retail Salespersons                                  2 Marketing, Sales and Service      57630   64675   7045 12.22%      705    2197      2901       9.98
  Sales and Related Workers, All Other                INA Marketing, Sales and Service      7966   10584   2618 32.86%      262     169       431       INA
  Sales Engineers                                      5 Marketing, Sales and Service       919      964     45 4.90%         5      24        28      29.88
  Sales Managers                                       4 Marketing, Sales and Service       4371    5738   1367 31.27%      137      62       199      31.89
  Sales Representatives, Wholesale and                 2 Marketing, Sales and Service      17961   18986   1025 5.71%       103     492       594      22.44
     Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific
     Products
  Sales Representatives, Wholesale and                 2 Marketing, Sales and Service       3224   3577    353   10.95%     35       88       123      27.13
     Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products


1-40       South Carolina Employment Trends                           Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data
                                                                 The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                     Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                        Job          Career Cluster           Employment    Growth         Annual       Total Average
                         SOC Title
                                                        Zone                                  2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Service Station Attendants                             1     Marketing, Sales and Service    756  810   54    7.14%    5      39        44     8.34
  Skin Care Specialists                                  2     Marketing, Sales and Service     57   61   4     7.02%    0       1        2      8.11
  Slaughterers and Meat Packers                          2     Marketing, Sales and Service    704  688   0     0.00%    0      17        17     INA
  Telemarketers                                          1     Marketing, Sales and Service   4038 5222 1184 29.32% 118         83       201    10.15
  Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm               3     Marketing, Sales and Service   1086 1041   0     0.00%    0      33        33    21.20
     Products
                                                              Marketing, Sales and
  Total                                                                                266249 297129 30880 11.60% 3201         8105    11305   11.39
                                                                     Service
  Aerospace Engineers                                    5    Science, Technology,       94     118    24 25.53%    2            3       5     30.84
                                                           Engineering and Mathematics
  Agricultural Engineers                                 5        Science, Technology,         31    33     2    6.45%    0      1       1       INA
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Atmospheric and Space Scientists                       5        Science, Technology,         38    42     4    10.53%   0      1       2     29.50
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Avionics Technicians                                   4        Science, Technology,         88   100    12    13.64%   1      2       3     18.78
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Biological Technicians                                 2        Science, Technology,     225      272    47    20.89%   5      5       10    17.04
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Biomedical Engineers                                   5        Science, Technology,         18    20     2    11.11%   0      0       1     23.50
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Cartographers and Photogrammetrists                    4        Science, Technology,         29    34     5    17.24%   1      1       1     20.39
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Chemical Engineers                                     5        Science, Technology,     633      582     0    0.00%    0      11      11    36.72
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Chemical Technicians                                   3        Science, Technology,     1516     1387    0    0.00%    0      35      35    17.46
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Chemists                                               5        Science, Technology,     1156     1246   90    7.79%    9      37      46    28.58
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Civil Engineers                                        4        Science, Technology,     2678     3166   488   18.22%   49     42      91    27.66
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Drafters, Engineering, and Mapping Technicians,       INA       Science, Technology,     1138     1408   270   23.73%   27     24      51      INA
    All Other (OES Only)                                       Engineering and Mathematics
  Electrical Engineers                                   5        Science, Technology,     1648     1725   77    4.67%    8      30      38    32.20
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Electronics Engineers, Except Computer                 5        Science, Technology,     490      479     0    0.00%    0      9       9     28.37
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Engineering Managers                                   5        Science, Technology,     3104     3016    0    0.00%    0      51      51    40.16
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Engineers, All Other                                  INA       Science, Technology,     1633     1658   25    1.53%    3      33      35      INA
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Environmental Science and Protection Technicians,      3        Science, Technology,         64    86    22    34.38%   2      2       5     19.89
    Including Health                                           Engineering and Mathematics
  Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including    5        Science, Technology,     286      378    92    32.17%   9      9       18    22.07
    Health                                                     Engineering and Mathematics
  Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and                 5        Science, Technology,         9     13     4    44.44%   0      0       1     33.66
    Geographers                                                Engineering and Mathematics
  Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety      4        Science, Technology,     679      773    94    13.84%   9      11      21    34.17
    Engineers and Inspectors                                   Engineering and Mathematics

  Historians                                             4        Science, Technology,         72    75     3    4.17%    0      2       2     22.21
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics



                                                                                                                   South Carolina Employment
     Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data                                                                  Trends                     1-41
The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                       Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                        Job          Career Cluster            Employment    Growth         Annual       Total Average
                         SOC Title
                                                        Zone                                   2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Hydrologists                                           5        Science, Technology,          134  186   52 38.81%      5       4       10     21.40
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Industrial Engineers                                   4        Science, Technology,     2181       2043    0      0.00%      0       36       36       31.39
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Life Scientists, All Other                            INA       Science, Technology,          99    101     2      2.02%      0       4         4         INA
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All   INA       Science, Technology,     445        544     99    22.25%     10       16       26         INA
     Other                                                     Engineering and Mathematics
  Materials Engineers                                    5        Science, Technology,     2012       2223   211    10.49%     21       44       65       35.25
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Materials Scientists                                   4        Science, Technology,          23    22      0      0.00%      0       1         1         INA
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Mathematicians                                         5        Science, Technology,          3      3      0      0.00%      0       0         0         INA
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Mechanical Engineers                                   4        Science, Technology,     4729       5087   358     7.57%     36      138       174      30.09
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists             4        Science, Technology,     103        133     30    29.13%      3       2         5       32.28
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Natural Sciences Managers                              5        Science, Technology,     148        159     11     7.43%      1       3         4       42.69
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Nuclear Engineers                                      5        Science, Technology,     378        460     82    21.69%      8       8        16       38.79
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Nuclear Technicians                                    3        Science, Technology,     135        124     0      0.00%      0       4         4       27.29
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Petroleum Engineers                                    5        Science, Technology,          1      1      0      0.00%      0       0         0         INA
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Physical Scientists, All Other                        INA       Science, Technology,     272        317     45    16.54%      5       9        14         INA
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other      INA       Science, Technology,     193        205     12     6.22%      1       5         6         INA
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Surveying and Mapping Technicians                      3        Science, Technology,     812        973    161    19.83%     16       26       42       13.86
                                                               Engineering and Mathematics
  Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers,           1        Science, Technology,     705        714     9      1.28%      1       16       17       12.55
   Recordkeeping                                               Engineering and Mathematics
                                                                 Science, Technology,
  Total                                                            Engineering and           28002 29906 1904 6.80%            232     625       861     28.88
                                                                     Mathematics
  Aerospace Engineering and Operations                   4     Transportation, Distribution,   58    68   10 17.24%             1       1         2         INA
    Technicians                                                      and Logistics
  Air Traffic Controllers                                4     Transportation, Distribution,   163    177     14     8.59%      1       7         8       32.35
                                                                     and Logistics
  Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors                    3     Transportation, Distribution,    16    22      6     37.50%      1       0         1       25.13
                                                                     and Logistics
  Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians             3     Transportation, Distribution,   554    623     69    12.45%      7       12       19       16.17
                                                                     and Logistics
  Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers         4     Transportation, Distribution,    91    100     9      9.89%      1       2         3         INA
                                                                     and Logistics
  Ambulance Drivers and Attendants, Except               1     Transportation, Distribution,   135    184     49    36.30%      5       1         6        7.34
    Emergency Medical Technicians                                    and Logistics
  Automotive Body and Related Repairers                  3     Transportation, Distribution,   2537   2900   363    14.31%     36       63       99       14.05
                                                                     and Logistics



1-42        South Carolina Employment Trends                             Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data
                                                                    The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                       Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                      Job     Career Cluster           Employment    Growth         Annual       Total Average
                        SOC Title
                                                      Zone                             2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Automotive Glass Installers and Repairers            2 Transportation, Distribution, 458   507   49 10.70%      5      11       16     15.10
                                                               and Logistics
  Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics         2    Transportation, Distribution, 10980 12890 1910 17.40%         191   259     450    14.41
                                                                  and Logistics
  Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine            3    Transportation, Distribution,   3987    4479   492   12.34%   49    103     152    15.03
    Specialists                                                   and Logistics
  Bus Drivers, School                                  2    Transportation, Distribution,   4687    5764   1077 22.98%    108   119     227     7.94
                                                                  and Logistics
  Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity                   1    Transportation, Distribution,   252     332    80    31.75%   8      6       14    10.32
                                                                  and Logistics
  Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels         3    Transportation, Distribution,   283     303    20    7.07%    2      15      17    20.48
                                                                  and Logistics
  Cargo and Freight Agents                             2    Transportation, Distribution,   352     421    69    19.60%   7      7       14     INA
                                                                  and Logistics
  Commercial Pilots                                    4    Transportation, Distribution,   72      88     16    22.22%   2      2       3      INA
                                                                  and Logistics
  Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                 2    Transportation, Distribution,   902     1018   116   12.86%   12     14      26    11.60
                                                                  and Logistics
  Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance      2    Transportation, Distribution,   1766    2125   359   20.33%   36     29      65    14.57
                                                                  and Logistics
  Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers,       3    Transportation, Distribution,   186     225    39    20.97%   4      4       8     11.38
     Motor Vehicles                                               and Logistics
  Farm Equipment Mechanics                             3    Transportation, Distribution,   466     488    22    4.72%    2      12      15    13.74
                                                                  and Logistics
  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Helpers,          3    Transportation, Distribution,   1365    1577   212   15.53%   21     29      50    17.28
     Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand                          and Logistics

  First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Transportation    3    Transportation, Distribution,   1630    2072   442   27.12%   44     35      79    21.93
     and Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle                      and Logistics
     Operators
  Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers,    1    Transportation, Distribution, 42377 49709 7332 17.30%         733   1405    2138    9.82
    Hand                                                          and Logistics
  Material Moving Workers, All Other                  INA Transportation, Distribution,     478     672    194   40.59%   19     13      33     INA
                                                                and Logistics
  Material Recording, Scheduling, Dispatching, and    INA Transportation, Distribution,     32      32      0    0.00%    0      1       1      INA
    Distributing Workers, All Other (OES Only)                  and Logistics

  Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except             4    Transportation, Distribution,   1967    2180   213   10.83%   21     51      72    16.35
    Engines                                                       and Logistics
  Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other                  INA Transportation, Distribution,     620     674    54    8.71%    5      11      16     INA
                                                                and Logistics
  Motorboat Mechanics                                  3    Transportation, Distribution,   498     571    73    14.66%   7      12      20    13.01
                                                                  and Logistics
  Motorcycle Mechanics                                 2    Transportation, Distribution,   178     201    23    12.92%   2      5       7     14.00
                                                                  and Logistics
  Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small Engine       3    Transportation, Distribution,   757     839    82    10.83%   8      20      28    11.17
    Mechanics                                                     and Logistics
  Postal Service Clerks                                2    Transportation, Distribution,   1830    1941   111   6.07%    11     40      51    18.67
                                                                  and Logistics
  Postal Service Mail Carriers                         1    Transportation, Distribution,   8132    8621   489   6.01%    49    246     295    18.49
                                                                  and Logistics


                                                                                                                   South Carolina Employment
     Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data                                                                  Trends                1-43
The Upstate Comprehensive Needs Assessment by the Upstate Regional Center for Educational Support
                                      Aggregate of Statewide Projections of Growth by Cluster

                                                       Job     Career Cluster           Employment   Growth          Annual       Total Average
                       SOC Title
                                                       Zone                             2000 2010 Employ Percent Growth Replace Openings Hourly
  Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and          2 Transportation, Distribution, 3535 3748 213 6.03%        21     77       99     15.76
    Processing Machine Operators                                and Logistics

  Postmasters and Mail Superintendents                  4    Transportation, Distribution,   628    694    66    10.51%      7       11       17       24.41
                                                                   and Logistics
  Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks           2    Transportation, Distribution,   4942   5522   580   11.74%     58       82       140      14.39
                                                                   and Logistics
  Pump Operators, Except Wellhead Pumpers               2    Transportation, Distribution,   348    430    82    23.56%      8       10       18       10.55
                                                                   and Logistics
  Recreational Vehicle Service Technicians              2    Transportation, Distribution,   186    242    56    30.11%      6       7        13       12.07
                                                                   and Logistics
  Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                           1    Transportation, Distribution,   1323   1536   213   16.10%     21       11       32        7.84
                                                                   and Logistics
  Tire Repairers and Changers                           1    Transportation, Distribution,   1200   1312   112    9.33%     11       46       57       10.90
                                                                   and Logistics
  Transportation Inspectors                             2    Transportation, Distribution,   25     25      0     0.00%      0       1         1         INA
                                                                   and Logistics
  Transportation Workers, All Other                    INA Transportation, Distribution,     68     77      9    13.24%      1       3         4         INA
                                                                 and Logistics
  Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers    4    Transportation, Distribution,   1918   2292   374   19.50%     37       29       67       27.73
                                                                   and Logistics
  Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer              1    Transportation, Distribution, 34837 43479 8642 24.81%          864     478      1342      16.13
                                                                   and Logistics
  Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services             1    Transportation, Distribution, 18317 21808 3491 19.06%          349     252       601      11.81
                                                                   and Logistics
  Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Mechanics,                    Transportation, Distribution,   389    425    36     9.25%      4       15       19         INA
    Installers, and Repairers, All Other (OES Only)                and Logistics


                                                                  Transportation,
  Total                                                                                 155525 183393 27868 17.92% 2785            3557      6345     13.21
                                                            Distribution, and Logistics




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     Analysis and Implications of Business & Industry Data                                                   Trends             1-45
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