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									           Employment Development Department
           Labor Market Information Division
           9/21/2010


                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                            Annual Average                              Average Annual Job         2010-1st Quarter
                                                             Employment          Employment Change           Openings                  Wages
                                                                                                                                                       Education
                                                                                                               Replace-                                   and
                                                                                                      New       ment      Total   Median Median         Training
SOC                                                                              Numerical            Jobs      Needs     Jobs    Hourly Annual          Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                 2008      2018         [1]      Percent   [2]       [3]       [4]     [5]     [5]             [7]
00-0000   Total, All Occupations                           1,440,800 1,578,000     137,200        9.5 14,437     33,253   47,690 $17.99   $37,427
11-0000   Management Occupations                              98,790 103,850          5,060       5.1    554      2,114     2,668 $48.90 $101,710
11-1000   Top Executives                                      24,730    24,310          -420     -1.7      0        713       713    N/A      N/A
11-1011   Chief Executives                                     3,620     3,520          -100     -2.8      0        102       102    N/A      N/A         4
11-1021   General and Operations Managers                     20,810    20,490          -320     -1.5      0        603       603 $51.38 $106,866         4
11-1031   Legislators                                            290       290             0      0.0      0          8         8    N/A  $45,598         4
          Advertising, Marketing, Promotions, Public
11-2000   Relations, and Sales Managers                       9,290    10,500          1,210    13.0    123        202       325      N/A        N/A
11-2011   Advertising and Promotions Managers                   590       570            -20    -3.4      0         14        14   $35.64    $74,143      4
11-2021   Marketing Managers                                  2,550     2,740            190     7.5     20         55        75   $54.97   $114,337      4
11-2022   Sales Managers                                      5,610     6,590            980    17.5     99        121       220   $45.08    $93,766      4
11-2031   Public Relations Managers                             550       600             50     9.1      5         13        18   $42.80    $89,017      4
11-3000   Operations Specialties Managers                    15,550    16,610          1,060     6.8    109        328       437      N/A        N/A
11-3011   Administrative Services Managers                    2,160     2,380            220    10.2     22         45        67   $38.52    $80,129      4
11-3021   Computer and Information Systems Managers           3,040     3,350            310    10.2     31         49        80   $56.87   $118,290      4
11-3031   Financial Managers                                  5,860     6,260            400     6.8     40        105       145   $55.37   $115,160      4
11-3041   Compensation and Benefits Managers                    280       300             20     7.1      2          6         8   $48.23   $100,318      4
11-3042   Training and Development Managers                     240       260             20     8.3      2          5         7   $43.95    $91,413      4
11-3049   Human Resources Managers, All Other                   690       750             60     8.7      5         15        20   $51.36   $106,835      4
11-3051   Industrial Production Managers                      1,490     1,510             20     1.3      3         52        55   $40.20    $83,623      5
11-3061   Purchasing Managers                                   920       970             50     5.4      5         26        31   $46.87    $97,502      4
          Transportation, Storage, and Distribution
11-3071   Managers                                              870       830            -40    -4.6      0         24        24   $44.06  $91,633        8
11-9000   Other Management Occupations                       49,220    52,440          3,220     6.5    322        871     1,193      N/A      N/A
11-9011   Farm, Ranch, and Other Agricultural Managers        1,700     1,850            150     8.8     16         34        50   $30.65  $63,738        4
11-9012   Farmers and Ranchers                                8,590     8,730            140     1.6     14         53        67      N/A      N/A        9
11-9021   Construction Managers                               5,630     6,420            790    14.0     79         44       123   $51.86 $107,871        5
          Education Administrators, Preschool and Child
11-9031   Care Center/Program                                   540       550            10      1.9      1         16        17   $18.18    $37,816      4
          Education Administrators, Elementary and
11-9032   Secondary School                                    1,650      1,750          100      6.1     11         49        60      N/A $120,113        4
11-9033   Education Administrators, Postsecondary             1,340      1,440          100      7.5     10         40        50   $47.85  $99,527        4


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           Labor Market Information Division
           9/21/2010


                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                             Annual Average                             Average Annual Job               2010-1st Quarter
                                                              Employment         Employment Change           Openings                        Wages
                                                                                                                                                             Education
                                                                                                                  Replace-                                      and
                                                                                                       New         ment      Total       Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                              Numerical             Jobs        Needs     Jobs        Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                 2008      2018         [1]     Percent     [2]         [3]       [4]         [5]        [5]         [7]
11-9039   Education Administrators, All Other                    400       440           40     10.0       4           12        16       $30.53  $63,515         4
11-9041   Engineering Managers                                 3,650     3,910          260      7.1      26           74       100       $64.92 $135,019         4
11-9051   Food Service Managers                                7,150     7,590          440      6.2      44          139       183       $23.32  $48,516         8
11-9071   Gaming Managers                                        130       150           20     15.4       2            3         5       $39.46  $82,080         8
11-9081   Lodging Managers                                       830       890           60      7.2       6           18        24       $26.60  $55,346         8
11-9111   Medical and Health Services Managers                 2,060     2,370          310     15.0      31           39        70       $48.43 $100,719         4
11-9121   Natural Sciences Managers                            1,200     1,310          110      9.2      12           35        47       $68.12 $141,701         4
          Property, Real Estate, and Community Association
11-9141   Managers                                             6,090    6,310           220      3.6      22          105       127       $24.48  $50,920       5
11-9151   Social and Community Service Managers                1,070    1,150            80      7.5       8           25        33       $26.24  $54,579       5
11-9199   Managers, All Other                                  7,090    7,470           380      5.4      38          183       221       $50.42 $104,868       8
          Business and Financial Operations
13-0000   Occupations                                        76,130    86,080          9,950    13.1   1,002         1,517    2,519       $30.85   $64,165
13-1000   Business Operations Specialists                    50,080    56,510          6,430    12.8     643         1,071    1,714          N/A       N/A
          Agents and Business Managers of Artists,
13-1011   Performers, and Athletes                              100       110            10     10.0          1          2           3      N/A        N/A      4
          Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm
13-1022   Products                                             1,680    1,680             0      0.0          1         42       43       $27.14   $56,462      5
          Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and
13-1023   Farm Products                                        3,730    4,360           630     16.9      63            98      161       $29.24   $60,822      5
13-1031   Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators       2,820    3,160           340     12.1      34            72      106       $26.17   $54,437      9
          Compliance Officers, Except Agriculture,
          Construction, Health and Safety, and
13-1041   Transportation                                       4,230    5,470          1,240    29.3     125            45      170       $28.92   $60,142      9
13-1051   Cost Estimators                                      2,310    2,900            590    25.5      59            51      110       $31.65   $65,825      5
13-1061   Emergency Management Specialists                       120      140             20    16.7       2             3        5       $38.52   $80,140      8
          Employment, Recruitment, and Placement
13-1071   Specialists                                          1,570    1,860           290     18.5      29            41       70       $24.46   $50,879      5
          Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis
13-1072   Specialists                                          1,160    1,410           250     21.6      25            30       55       $29.26   $60,862      5
13-1073   Training and Development Specialists                 1,680    2,000           320     19.0      32            44       76       $28.83   $59,961      5



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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                            Annual Average                            Average Annual Job         2010-1st Quarter
                                                             Employment        Employment Change           Openings                  Wages
                                                                                                                                                     Education
                                                                                                             Replace-                                   and
                                                                                                     New      ment      Total    Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                            Numerical             Jobs     Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                2008      2018        [1]    Percent      [2]      [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]         [7]
          Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations
13-1079   Specialists, All Other                              2,400    2,830           430   17.9       43        63       106    $32.66   $67,934      5
13-1081   Logisticians                                        1,440    1,700           260   18.1       26        32        58    $37.65   $78,308      5
13-1111   Management Analysts                                 9,570    9,980           410    4.3       41       164       205    $39.18   $81,497      4
13-1121   Meeting and Convention Planners                       660      720            60    9.1        6        15        21    $24.42   $50,793      5
13-1199   Business Operations Specialists, All Other         16,480   18,040         1,560    9.5      157       366       523    $29.93   $62,266      5
13-2000   Financial Specialists                              26,050   29,570         3,520   13.5      359       446       805       N/A       N/A
13-2011   Accountants and Auditors                           11,410   13,350         1,940   17.0      195       193       388    $30.94   $64,348      5
13-2021   Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate               440      440             0    0.0        1         8         9    $29.67   $61,710      7
13-2031   Budget Analysts                                     1,100    1,250           150   13.6       15        20        35    $35.63   $74,108      5
13-2041   Credit Analysts                                       760      870           110   14.5       11        14        25    $29.75   $61,874      5
13-2051   Financial Analysts                                  2,250    2,570           320   14.2       33        41        74    $41.28   $85,853      5
13-2052   Personal Financial Advisors                         2,300    2,780           480   20.9       49        25        74    $30.89   $64,238      5
13-2053   Insurance Underwriters                                900      910            10    1.1        1        26        27    $24.40   $50,761      5
13-2061   Financial Examiners                                   250      330            80   32.0        8         5        13    $35.62   $74,089      5
13-2071   Loan Counselors                                       230      280            50   21.7        5         3         8    $18.89   $39,286      5
13-2072   Loan Officers                                       2,400    2,580           180    7.5       18        26        44    $27.82   $57,879      5

13-2081   Tax Examiners, Collectors, and Revenue Agents         860      950            90    10.5       9        30        39       N/A      N/A        5
13-2082   Tax Preparers                                         820      750           -70    -8.5       0        13        13    $24.51  $50,991       10
13-2099   Financial Specialists, All Other                    2,360    2,500           140     5.9      15        43        58    $27.97  $58,187        5
15-0000   Computer and Mathematical Occupations              38,510   43,610         5,100    13.2     550       688     1,238    $36.81  $76,559
15-1000   Computer Specialists                               37,530   42,520         4,990    13.3     539       660     1,199       N/A      N/A
15-1011   Computer and Information Scientists, Research         810      940           130    16.0      13        18        31    $51.40 $106,895       2
15-1021   Computer Programmers                                3,220    2,820          -400   -12.4       0        61        61    $39.27  $81,683       5
15-1031   Computer Software Engineers, Applications           6,920    8,320         1,400    20.2     140        58       198    $43.11  $89,680       5
15-1032   Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software       4,490    5,320           830    18.5      83        38       121    $44.64  $92,838       5
15-1041   Computer Support Specialists                        6,730    7,120           390     5.8      40       186       226    $22.72  $47,254       6
15-1051   Computer Systems Analysts                           4,290    4,690           400     9.3      40        93       133    $38.22  $79,503       5
15-1061   Database Administrators                             1,450    1,680           230    15.9      22        24        46    $30.56  $63,575       5
15-1071   Network and Computer Systems Administrators         3,100    3,500           400    12.9      40        52        92    $34.45  $71,656       5



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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                              Annual Average                           Average Annual Job         2010-1st Quarter
                                                               Employment        Employment Change          Openings                  Wages
                                                                                                                                                     Education
                                                                                                              Replace-                                  and
                                                                                                      New      ment      Total    Median   Median     Training
SOC                                                                              Numerical            Jobs     Needs     Jobs     Hourly   Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                  2008     2018         [1]    Percent     [2]      [3]       [4]      [5]       [5]         [7]
          Network Systems and Data Communications
15-1081   Analysts                                             2,700     3,890         1,190   44.1     120        48       168    $37.18  $77,339      5
15-1099   Computer Specialists, All Other                      3,820     4,240           420   11.0      42        82       124    $38.91  $80,952      6
15-2000   Mathematical Scientists                                980     1,090           110   11.2      11        29        40       N/A      N/A
15-2031   Operations Research Analysts                           480       540            60   12.5       5        14        19    $38.89  $80,909      3
15-2041   Statisticians                                          270       290            20    7.4       3         8        11    $40.91  $85,104      3
17-0000   Architecture and Engineering Occupations            37,560    40,560         3,000    8.0     310       795     1,105    $37.93  $78,895
17-1000   Architects, Surveyors, and Cartographers             2,510     2,620           110    4.4      12        48        60       N/A      N/A
17-1011   Architects, Except Landscape and Naval               1,420     1,470            50    3.5       6        24        30    $40.29  $83,806      5
17-1012   Landscape Architects                                   430       460            30    7.0       3         7        10    $40.44  $84,104      5
17-1022   Surveyors                                              570       590            20    3.5       2        15        17    $36.80  $76,538      5
17-2000   Engineers                                           24,120    26,490         2,370    9.8     238       533       771       N/A      N/A
17-2011   Aerospace Engineers                                  1,540     1,620            80    5.2       8        32        40    $48.25 $100,360      5
17-2041   Chemical Engineers                                     340       340             0    0.0       0         8         8    $42.57  $88,531      5
17-2051   Civil Engineers                                      3,930     4,520           590   15.0      59        66       125    $40.60  $84,455      5
17-2061   Computer Hardware Engineers                          1,480     1,600           120    8.1      12        41        53    $42.23  $87,855      5
17-2071   Electrical Engineers                                 1,660     1,720            60    3.6       7        38        45    $44.94  $93,471      5
17-2072   Electronics Engineers, Except Computer               4,060     4,290           230    5.7      22        93       115    $47.33  $98,438      5
17-2081   Environmental Engineers                                710       800            90   12.7       9        15        24    $43.53  $90,529      5
          Health and Safety Engineers, Except Mining Safety
17-2111   Engineers and Inspectors                               200       220           20    10.0       2         5         7    $42.48  $88,349      5
17-2112   Industrial Engineers                                 1,750     2,100          350    20.0      35        45        80    $39.00  $81,104      5
17-2131   Materials Engineers                                    200       230           30    15.0       3         5         8    $45.10  $93,815      5
17-2141   Mechanical Engineers                                 2,880     3,050          170     5.9      17        74        91    $39.75  $82,681      5
17-2161   Nuclear Engineers                                      900       960           60     6.7       7        19        26    $50.12 $104,261      5
17-2199   Engineers, All Other                                 3,600     3,790          190     5.3      19        75        94    $46.49  $96,710      5
17-3000   Drafters, Engineering, and Mapping Technicians      10,940    11,450          510     4.7      60       214       274       N/A      N/A
17-3011   Architectural and Civil Drafters                     1,630     1,610          -20    -1.2       0        35        35    $23.15  $48,144      7
17-3012   Electrical and Electronics Drafters                    290       300           10     3.4       1         6         7    $24.53  $51,007      7
17-3013   Mechanical Drafters                                    800       770          -30    -3.8       0        17        17    $23.97  $49,863      7
17-3019   Drafters, AllEngineering and Operations
          Aerospace Other                                        140       140            0     0.0       0         3         3    $25.08  $52,169      7
17-3021   Technicians                                            170       170            0     0.0       0         3         3    $33.07  $68,801      6


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                                Annual Average                             Average Annual Job            2010-1st Quarter
                                                                 Employment         Employment Change           Openings                     Wages
                                                                                                                                                             Education
                                                                                                                     Replace-                                   and
                                                                                                          New         ment      Total    Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                                 Numerical             Jobs        Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                    2008      2018         [1]     Percent     [2]         [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]         [7]
17-3022   Civil Engineering Technicians                             980     1,080          100     10.2      10           19        29    $30.55  $63,546         6
17-3023   Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians       2,910     3,070          160      5.5      17           55        72    $28.06  $58,370         6
17-3024   Electro-Mechanical Technicians                            690       730           40      5.8       4           13        17    $23.26  $48,365         6
17-3025   Environmental Engineering Technicians                     350       400           50     14.3       4            7        11    $31.20  $64,880         6
17-3026   Industrial Engineering Technicians                        610       700           90     14.8      10           11        21    $19.88  $41,351         6
17-3027   Mechanical Engineering Technicians
          Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All             570       540          -30     -5.3       0           11        11    $20.06  $41,718         6
17-3029   Other                                                   1,450     1,570          120      8.3      12           27        39    $29.67  $61,714         6
17-3031   Surveying and Mapping Technicians                         350       380           30      8.6       3            6         9    $26.42  $54,964        10
19-0000   Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations         27,210    31,220        4,010     14.7     410          806     1,216    $32.36  $67,296
19-1000   Life Scientists                                         8,150    10,400        2,250     27.6     225          204       429       N/A      N/A
19-1021   Biochemists and Biophysicists                           1,420     1,880          460     32.4      46           46        92    $38.37  $79,805       2
19-1022   Microbiologists                                           730       810           80     11.0       9           23        32    $36.84  $76,610       2
19-1023   Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists                        370       370            0      0.0       0           12        12    $23.31  $48,472       3
19-1029   Biological Scientists, All Other                          690       780           90     13.0       9           22        31    $31.65  $65,828       5
19-1042   Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists              4,250     5,780        1,530     36.0     154           86       240    $38.75  $80,616       2
19-1099   Life Scientists, All Other                                460       520           60     13.0       6            9        15    $31.90  $66,363       3
19-2000   Physical Scientists                                     4,660     4,820          160      3.4      25          140       165       N/A      N/A
19-2012   Physicists                                                210       230           20      9.5       2            6         8    $54.97 $114,337       2
19-2031   Chemists                                                1,880     1,800          -80     -4.3       0           62        62    $42.96  $89,355       5
          Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including
19-2041   Health                                                  1,560    1,710          150       9.6      15            45       60    $31.71   $65,958      5
          Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and
19-2042   Geographers                                               400      440           40      10.0       4           11        15    $38.07   $79,187      3
19-2099   Physical Scientists, All Other                            440      460           20       4.5       2           11        13    $47.64   $99,088      5
19-3000   Social Scientists and Related Workers                   7,480    8,400          920      12.3      93          212       305       N/A       N/A
19-3021   Market Research Analysts                                3,010    3,530          520      17.3      52           81       133    $29.83   $62,046      3
19-3031   Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists          2,310    2,450          140       6.1      14           66        80    $39.25   $81,645      2
19-3039   Psychologists, All Other                                  410      450           40       9.8       4           12        16    $46.50   $96,731      3
19-3041   Sociologists                                              170      220           50      29.4       5            3         8       N/A       N/A      3
19-3051   Urban and Regional Planners                               700      800          100      14.3      10           14        24    $35.28   $73,384      3

19-3099 Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other           390       440           50      12.8          5         20       25    $36.22   $75,331      3


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                                Annual Average                             Average Annual Job            2010-1st Quarter
                                                                 Employment         Employment Change           Openings                     Wages
                                                                                                                                                             Education
                                                                                                                     Replace-                                   and
                                                                                                          New         ment      Total    Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                                 Numerical             Jobs        Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                    2008      2018         [1]     Percent     [2]         [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]         [7]
19-4000   Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians          6,930     7,600          670      9.7      68          250       318       N/A       N/A
19-4021   Biological Technicians                                  2,420     2,740          320     13.2      33           85       118    $22.50   $46,809      6
19-4031   Chemical Technicians                                    1,010     1,010            0      0.0       0           20        20    $22.84   $47,507      6
19-4061   Social Science Research Assistants                        420       470           50     11.9       5           18        23    $21.41   $44,527      6
          Environmental Science and Protection
19-4091   Technicians, Including Health                            490       530            40      8.2          4         21       25    $19.38   $40,312      6
19-4092   Forensic Science Technicians                             110       130            20     18.2          2          5        7    $29.70   $61,790      6
19-4093   Forest and Conservation Technicians                      260       280            20      7.7          2         11       13    $19.57   $40,723      6
          Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All
19-4099   Other                                                   1,590    1,770           180     11.3      17            68       85    $23.27   $48,401      6

21-0000 Community and Social Services Occupations               17,930    20,410          2,480    13.8     248          391       639    $20.96   $43,583
        Counselors, Social Workers, and Other
21-1000 Community and Social Service Specialists                16,800    19,200          2,400    14.3     239          369       608      N/A        N/A
        Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder
21-1011 Counselors                                                 870       990           120     13.8      12            18       30    $16.18   $33,668      3

21-1012   Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors          3,810    4,380           570     15.0      57            77      134    $25.88   $53,826      3
21-1013   Marriage and Family Therapists                            750      810            60      8.0       6            15       21    $25.22   $52,457      3
21-1014   Mental Health Counselors                                  700      830           130     18.6      14            14       28    $24.13   $50,190      3
21-1015   Rehabilitation Counselors                                 640      720            80     12.5       8            13       21    $14.05   $29,237      3
21-1019   Counselors, All Other                                     330      360            30      9.1       3             7       10    $24.09   $50,121      3
21-1021   Child, Family, and School Social Workers                2,300    2,490           190      8.3      19            58       77    $24.78   $51,546      5
21-1022   Medical and Public Health Social Workers                  740      870           130     17.6      13            19       32    $28.71   $59,717      5
          Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social
21-1023   Workers                                                 1,090    1,260           170     15.6      18            27       45    $17.53   $36,444      3
21-1029   Social Workers, All Other                                 900      990            90     10.0      10            23       33    $29.67   $61,714      5
21-1091   Health Educators                                        1,100    1,300           200     18.2      21            23       44    $16.94   $35,225      3
          Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment
21-1092   Specialists                                               820      980           160     19.5      16            17       33       N/A       N/A       5
21-1093   Social and Human Service Assistants                     2,000    2,330           330     16.5      32            42       74    $14.45   $30,042      10



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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                            Annual Average                           Average Annual Job            2010-1st Quarter
                                                             Employment        Employment Change          Openings                     Wages
                                                                                                                                                        Education
                                                                                                               Replace-                                    and
                                                                                                    New         ment      Total    Median     Median     Training
SOC                                                                            Numerical            Jobs        Needs     Jobs     Hourly     Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                2008      2018        [1]    Percent     [2]         [3]       [4]      [5]         [5]         [7]
          Community and Social Service Specialists, All
21-1099   Other                                                 770      880           110   14.3      11           16        27    $17.68  $36,767        5
21-2000   Religious Workers                                   1,130    1,220            90    8.0       9           22        31       N/A      N/A
21-2011   Clergy                                                380      420            40   10.5       3            8        11    $23.52  $48,918        5
21-2021   Directors, Religious Activities and Education         660      710            50    7.6       5           13        18     $9.57  $19,913        5
23-0000   Legal Occupations                                  13,050   14,490         1,440   11.0     145          216       361    $40.28  $83,770
23-1000   Lawyers, Judges, and Related Workers                8,170    8,850           680    8.3      69          153       222       N/A      N/A
23-1011   Lawyers                                             7,810    8,470           660    8.5      66          146       212    $63.21 $131,488        1
          Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and
23-1021   Hearing Officers                                      110      120           10     9.1       1             2        3       N/A        N/A      4
23-1022   Arbitrators, Mediators, and Conciliators              100      120           20    20.0       2             2        4    $39.55    $82,255      4
23-1023   Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates            140      140            0     0.0       0             3        3       N/A        N/A      4
23-2000   Legal Support Workers                               4,890    5,640          750    15.3      77            64      141       N/A        N/A
23-2011   Paralegals and Legal Assistants                     2,440    2,940          500    20.5      50            28       78    $29.95    $62,279       6
23-2091   Court Reporters                                       180      190           10     5.6       1             3        4       N/A        N/A       7
23-2092   Law Clerks                                            880    1,050          170    19.3      18            13       31    $15.12    $31,451       5
23-2093   Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers           670      650          -20    -3.0       0            10       10    $19.54    $40,658      10
23-2099   Legal Support Workers, All Other                      730      800           70     9.6       8            11       19    $30.20    $62,821       5

25-0000   Education, Training, and Library Occupations       81,940   92,050      10,110     12.3   1,011         1,758    2,769    $26.81    $55,752
25-1000   Postsecondary Teachers                             18,400   21,360       2,960     16.1     297           320      617       N/A        N/A
25-1011   Business Teachers, Postsecondary                      630      720          90     14.3       9            11       20        [6]   $90,112      3
25-1021   Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary              570      670         100     17.5      10            10       20        [6]   $85,946      3

25-1022 Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary            670      750           80    11.9       8            12       20        [6]  $92,789       3
25-1031 Architecture Teachers, Postsecondary                    110      130           20    18.2       2             2        4        [6] $102,266       2
25-1032 Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary                     590      720          130    22.0      12            10       22        [6]  $93,795       2
25-1042 Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary            1,880    2,230          350    18.6      35            33       68        [6]  $67,574       2
        Atmospheric, Earth, Marine, and Space Sciences
25-1051 Teachers, Postsecondary                                310       360           50    16.1          5          5       10        [6]  $83,162       2
25-1052 Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary                      440       500           60    13.6          7          8       15        [6]  $90,585       2
25-1054 Physics Teachers, Postsecondary                        210       250           40    19.0          4          4        8        [6] $100,494       2


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                            Annual Average                           Average Annual Job               2010-1st Quarter
                                                             Employment        Employment Change          Openings                        Wages
                                                                                                                                                           Education
                                                                                                               Replace-                                       and
                                                                                                    New         ment      Total       Median     Median     Training
SOC                                                                            Numerical            Jobs        Needs     Jobs        Hourly     Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                2008      2018        [1]    Percent     [2]         [3]       [4]         [5]         [5]         [7]
          Anthropology and Archeology Teachers,
25-1061   Postsecondary                                        100       110           10    10.0       1             2        3           [6]   $79,399      2
25-1063   Economics Teachers, Postsecondary                    140       160           20    14.3       2             2        4           [6]   $90,364      2
25-1065   Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary            150       170           20    13.3       2             3        5           [6]   $84,665      2
25-1066   Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary                   540       620           80    14.8       8             9       17           [6]   $84,515      2
25-1067   Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary                    140       160           20    14.3       2             2        4           [6]   $81,580      2
25-1071   Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary           910     1,050          140    15.4      14            16       30           [6]   $67,004      3
25-1072   Nursing Instructors and Teachers, Postsecondary      370       400           30     8.1       3             6        9           [6]   $77,814      3
25-1081   Education Teachers, Postsecondary                    520       610           90    17.3       9             9       18           [6]   $71,707      2
          Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Teachers,
25-1111   Postsecondary                                        140       150           10     7.1          1          2           3        [6] $107,129       2
25-1112   Law Teachers, Postsecondary                          230       280           50    21.7          5          4           9        [6]  $69,652       1

25-1121 Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postsecondary          820       930          110    13.4      11            14       25           [6]   $91,616      3
25-1122 Communications Teachers, Postsecondary                 300       340           40    13.3       4             5        9           [6]   $89,738      2
        English Language and Literature Teachers,
25-1123 Postsecondary                                          690       770           80    11.6          8         12       20           [6]   $85,823      3
        Foreign Language and Literature Teachers,
25-1124 Postsecondary                                          590       610           20     3.4       2            10       12           [6]   $52,761      3
25-1125 History Teachers, Postsecondary                        260       300           40    15.4       4             5        9           [6]   $81,725      2
25-1126 Philosophy and Religion Teachers, Postsecondary        130       150           20    15.4       2             2        4           [6]   $81,335      2
25-1191 Graduate Teaching Assistants                           900     1,090          190    21.1      18            16       34           [6]   $28,118      5
        Recreation and Fitness Studies Teachers,
25-1193 Postsecondary                                           260      280           20     7.7       3             5        8          N/A        N/A      3
25-1194 Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary          1,260    1,370          110     8.7      11            22       33       $30.55    $63,554      7
25-1199 Postsecondary Teachers, All Other                     4,210    5,100          890    21.1      89            73      162           [6]   $76,665      3
        Primary, Secondary, and Special Education School
25-2000 Teachers                                             34,600   38,540         3,940   11.4     394          845     1,239          N/A        N/A
25-2011 Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education          3,360    3,630           270    8.0      28           67        95       $13.59    $28,269      7
25-2012 Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education       1,500    1,690           190   12.7      20           30        50           [6]   $50,608      5
        Elementary School Teachers, Except Special
25-2021 Education                                            11,830   13,490         1,660   14.0     166          269       435           [6]   $68,411      5


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                                                   2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                              San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                 (San Diego County)
                                                           Annual Average                           Average Annual Job               2010-1st Quarter
                                                            Employment        Employment Change          Openings                        Wages
                                                                                                                                                         Education
                                                                                                              Replace-                                      and
                                                                                                   New         ment      Total       Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                           Numerical            Jobs        Needs     Jobs        Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code    Occupational Title                                 2008      2018        [1]    Percent     [2]         [3]       [4]         [5]        [5]         [7]
        Middle School Teachers, Except Special and
25-2022 Vocational Education                                 5,590    6,360          770    13.8      76          127       203          [6]   $66,835      5
        Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and
25-2031 Vocational Education                                10,060   10,780          720     7.2      72          292       364          [6]   $66,610      5

25-2032 Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School       160       180           20    12.5          1          5           6       [6]   $67,690      5
        Special Education Teachers, Preschool,
25-2041 Kindergarten, and Elementary School                    900    1,040           140   15.6      15           23        38          [6]   $68,257      5
25-2042 Special Education Teachers, Middle School              440      520            80   18.2       7           12        19          [6]   $70,722      5
25-2043 Special Education Teachers, Secondary School           770      860            90   11.7       9           20        29          [6]   $78,739      5
25-3000 Other Teachers and Instructors                      11,060   12,530         1,470   13.3     147          170       317         N/A        N/A
        Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, and GED
25-3011 Teachers and Instructors                             1,140    1,200           60     5.3       6           18        24       $22.54   $46,889      5
25-3021 Self-Enrichment Education Teachers                   3,010    3,430          420    14.0      42           46        88       $15.52   $32,274      8
25-3099 Teachers and Instructors, All Other                  6,910    7,900          990    14.3      99          106       205          N/A   $49,158      5
25-4000 Librarians, Curators, and Archivists                 2,640    2,880          240     9.1      24           98       122          N/A       N/A
25-4021 Librarians                                             960    1,040           80     8.3       8           25        33       $28.43   $59,132       3
25-4031 Library Technicians                                  1,490    1,620          130     8.7      12           67        79       $17.37   $36,137      11
        Other Education, Training, and Library
25-9000 Occupations                                         15,250   16,750         1,500    9.8     150          325       475          N/A       N/A
25-9031 Instructional Coordinators                           1,870    2,260           390   20.9      40           41        81       $40.51   $84,267       3
25-9041 Teacher Assistants                                  12,440   13,420           980    7.9      97          263       360          N/A   $27,836      11
        Education, Training, and Library Workers, All
25-9099 Other                                                 890     1,020          130    14.6      13            20       33       $18.46   $38,397      5
        Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media
27-0000 Occupations                                         26,220   28,190         1,970    7.5     208          667       875       $22.43   $46,662
27-1000 Art and Design Workers                               8,980    9,560           580    6.5      58          255       313          N/A       N/A
27-1011 Art Directors                                          870      920            50    5.7       5           19        24       $41.91   $87,177      4
27-1012 Craft Artists                                          120      140            20   16.7       2            3         5       $17.99   $37,419
        Fine Artists, Including Painters, Sculptors, and
27-1013 Illustrators                                          180       190           10     5.6          1          4        5       $28.50   $59,280      9
27-1014 Multi-Media Artists and Animators                     960       970           10     1.0          1         22       23       $30.39   $63,206      5


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                            Annual Average                             Average Annual Job         2010-1st Quarter
                                                             Employment         Employment Change           Openings                  Wages
                                                                                                                                                       Education
                                                                                                              Replace-                                    and
                                                                                                      New      ment      Total    Median     Median     Training
SOC                                                                             Numerical             Jobs     Needs     Jobs     Hourly     Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                2008      2018         [1]     Percent     [2]      [3]       [4]      [5]         [5]         [7]
27-1019   Artists and Related Workers, All Other                420       470           50     11.9       5         10       15     $9.55    $19,880
27-1021   Commercial and Industrial Designers                   210       230           20      9.5       2          7        9    $24.79    $51,557       5
27-1022   Fashion Designers                                     230       260           30     13.0       2          7        9    $30.34    $63,102       5
27-1023   Floral Designers                                      420       450           30      7.1       3         13       16    $12.52    $26,038      10
27-1024   Graphic Designers                                   3,210     3,410          200      6.2      21         99      120    $21.91    $45,586       5
27-1025   Interior Designers                                  1,100     1,190           90      8.2       9         34       43    $22.38    $46,544       5
27-1026   Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers            860       900           40      4.7       4         27       31    $13.92    $28,971      10
27-1027   Set and Exhibit Designers                             210       230           20      9.5       2          7        9    $27.46    $57,131       5
27-1029   Designers, All Other                                  200       210           10      5.0       1          6        7    $22.88    $47,602       5
          Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related
27-2000   Workers                                             5,420    5,730           310      5.7      36       129       165       N/A        N/A
27-2011   Actors                                                380      400            20      5.3       2         9        11    $22.55        N/A      9
27-2012   Producers and Directors                             1,010    1,040            30      3.0       3        32        35    $33.41    $69,493      4
27-2021   Athletes and Sports Competitors                       110      110             0      0.0       1         2         3        [6]       N/A      9
27-2022   Coaches and Scouts                                  1,750    1,990           240     13.7      25        33        58        [6]   $41,067      9
27-2023   Umpires, Referees, and Other Sports Officials         150      160            10      6.7       2         3         5        [6]   $20,696      9
27-2041   Music Directors and Composers                         360      380            20      5.6       2         7         9    $32.16    $66,890      4
27-2042   Musicians and Singers                               1,160    1,180            20      1.7       2        23        25    $32.55        N/A      9
          Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related
27-2099   Workers, All Other                                    180      190            10      5.6       1         4         5    $14.24        N/A      9
27-3000   Media and Communication Workers                     8,340    9,240           900     10.8      94       197       291       N/A        N/A
27-3011   Radio and Television Announcers                       430      390           -40     -9.3       0        12        12    $18.90    $39,298      9
27-3012   Public Address System and Other Announcers            290      300            10      3.4       1         8         9    $11.06    $22,991      9
27-3022   Reporters and Correspondents                          470      470             0      0.0       0        13        13    $19.33    $40,205      4
27-3031   Public Relations Specialists                        2,600    3,090           490     18.8      49        62       111    $24.91    $51,824      5
27-3041   Editors                                             1,110    1,150            40      3.6       4        29        33    $20.98    $43,636      5
27-3042   Technical Writers                                     770      810            40      5.2       4        12        16    $34.63    $72,016      5
27-3043   Writers and Authors                                 1,130    1,260           130     11.5      13        24        37    $26.58    $55,282      5
27-3091   Interpreters and Translators                        1,050    1,230           180     17.1      18        25        43    $23.42    $48,702      9
27-3099   Media and Communication Workers, All Other            490      540            50     10.2       5        12        17    $20.22    $42,052      9
27-4000   Media and Communication Equipment Workers           3,470    3,660           190      5.5      20        87       107       N/A        N/A
27-4011   Audio and Video Equipment Technicians                 620      670            50      8.1       5        19        24    $15.45    $32,131      9


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                            Annual Average                           Average Annual Job            2010-1st Quarter
                                                             Employment        Employment Change          Openings                     Wages
                                                                                                                                                      Education
                                                                                                               Replace-                                  and
                                                                                                    New         ment      Total    Median    Median    Training
SOC                                                                           Numerical             Jobs        Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual     Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                2008      2018       [1]     Percent     [2]         [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]        [7]
27-4012   Broadcast Technicians                                 340       330        -10     -2.9          0         10       10    $14.79    $30,769      7
27-4014   Sound Engineering Technicians                         150       160         10      6.7          1          5        6    $25.87    $53,799      7
27-4021   Photographers                                       1,080     1,160         80      7.4          8         22       30    $14.27    $29,677      9
          Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Motion
27-4031   Picture                                              440       440           0      0.0          0         11       11    $14.84    $30,872    10
27-4032   Film and Video Editors                               340       360          20      5.9          2          8       10    $16.89    $35,121     5
          Media and Communication Equipment Workers,
27-4099   All Other                                            490       530          40      8.2          4         12       16    $24.49    $50,932    10
          Healthcare Practitioners and Technical
29-0000   Occupations                                        61,290   72,750      11,460     18.7   1,146         1,252    2,398    $36.18    $75,253
29-1000   Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners       39,910   47,610       7,700     19.3     770           738    1,508       N/A        N/A
29-1011   Chiropractors                                         450      490          40      8.9       5             8       13    $33.11    $68,875    1
29-1021   Dentists, General                                   1,190    1,260          70      5.9       7            33       40    $67.70   $140,815    1
29-1031   Dietitians and Nutritionists                          630      660          30      4.8       3            21       24    $28.22    $58,701    5
29-1041   Optometrists                                          300      340          40     13.3       5            10       15    $60.98   $126,835    1
29-1051   Pharmacists                                         2,180    2,500         320     14.7      33            48       81    $58.11   $120,859    1
29-1061   Anesthesiologists                                     420      490          70     16.7       8             7       15       N/A        N/A    1
29-1062   Family and General Practitioners                      540      630          90     16.7       9             9       18    $69.38   $144,292    1
29-1063   Internists, General                                   620      730         110     17.7      11            11       22    $79.71   $165,789    1
29-1064   Obstetricians and Gynecologists                       280      340          60     21.4       5             5       10       N/A        N/A    1
29-1065   Pediatricians, General                                550      650         100     18.2      10            10       20    $74.17   $154,261    1
29-1067   Surgeons                                              620      740         120     19.4      11            11       22       N/A        N/A    1
29-1069   Physicians and Surgeons, All Other                  3,040    3,510         470     15.5      47            54      101       N/A        N/A    1
29-1071   Physician Assistants                                1,000    1,340         340     34.0      35            18       53    $39.56    $82,277    5
29-1111   Registered Nurses                                  21,400   25,920       4,520     21.1     452           374      826    $38.81    $80,734    6
29-1121   Audiologists                                          150      180          30     20.0       3             3        6    $35.20    $73,220    3
29-1122   Occupational Therapists                               880    1,070         190     21.6      19            16       35    $39.40    $81,959    3
29-1123   Physical Therapists                                 1,260    1,590         330     26.2      33            15       48    $39.45    $82,058    3
29-1124   Radiation Therapists                                  200      250          50     25.0       6             4       10    $38.33    $79,717    6
29-1126   Respiratory Therapists                                840    1,030         190     22.6      19            15       34    $30.88    $64,243    6
29-1127   Speech-Language Pathologists                        1,060    1,200         140     13.2      14            19       33    $41.96    $87,274    3
29-1129   Therapists, All Other                                 270      300          30     11.1       2             6        8    $20.68    $43,016    5


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                            Annual Average                            Average Annual Job         2010-1st Quarter
                                                             Employment        Employment Change           Openings                  Wages
                                                                                                                                                    Education
                                                                                                             Replace-                                  and
                                                                                                     New      ment      Total    Median    Median    Training
SOC                                                                          Numerical               Jobs     Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual     Levels
Code    Occupational Title                                  2008      2018      [1]     Percent       [2]      [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]        [7]
29-1131 Veterinarians                                          750       940        190     25.3        19         13       32    $38.91    $80,942      1
        Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All
29-1199 Other                                                   300      330             30   10.0       3         5         8    $32.64    $67,887    3
29-2000 Health Technologists and Technicians                 19,920   23,500          3,580   18.0     358       466       824       N/A        N/A
29-2011 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists           770      860             90   11.7      10        15        25    $32.64    $67,884     5
29-2012 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians           1,500    1,650            150   10.0      16        28        44    $19.63    $40,847     6
29-2021 Dental Hygienists                                     1,470    1,830            360   24.5      37        30        67    $45.06    $93,723     6
29-2031 Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians            410      510            100   24.4      10         6        16    $25.77    $53,596     6
29-2032 Diagnostic Medical Sonographers                         460      530             70   15.2       7         7        14    $39.26    $81,649     6
29-2033 Nuclear Medicine Technologists                          200      230             30   15.0       3         3         6    $41.25    $85,797     6
29-2034 Radiologic Technologists and Technicians              1,430    1,660            230   16.1      23        21        44    $31.09    $64,664     6
29-2041 Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics          1,080    1,120             40    3.7       4        22        26    $13.63    $28,353     7
29-2051 Dietetic Technicians                                    150      170             20   13.3       2         4         6    $13.75    $28,604    10
29-2052 Pharmacy Technicians                                  2,530    3,230            700   27.7      71        64       135    $17.92    $37,262    10
29-2053 Psychiatric Technicians                                 230      260             30   13.0       3         6         9    $24.00    $49,919     7
29-2055 Surgical Technologists                                  790      990            200   25.3      21        20        41    $22.99    $47,831     7
29-2056 Veterinary Technologists and Technicians                840    1,020            180   21.4      19        21        40    $19.22    $39,982     6
        Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational
29-2061 Nurses                                                5,100    6,040           940    18.4      94       159       253    $22.98    $47,797    7
        Medical Records and Health Information
29-2071 Technicians                                           1,470    1,700           230    15.6      23         30       53    $16.28    $33,869    6
29-2081 Opticians, Dispensing                                   630      680            50     7.9       5         13       18    $20.21    $42,026    9

29-2099 Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other        850       970           120    14.1      12         17       29    $21.99    $45,752    7
        Other Healthcare Practitioners and Technical
29-9000 Occupations                                           1,460    1,640           180    12.3      18         49       67       N/A        N/A
29-9011 Occupational Health and Safety Specialists              470      510            40     8.5       4         16       20    $35.63    $74,092    5
29-9091 Athletic Trainers                                       100      130            30    30.0       3          3        6       N/A    $45,985    5
        Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Workers,
29-9099 All Other                                               810      920            110   13.6      11        27        38    $38.75    $80,598    7
31-0000 Healthcare Support Occupations                       32,040   38,760          6,720   21.0     677       381     1,058    $13.19    $27,440
31-1000 Nursing, Psychiatric, and Home Health Aides          12,720   15,860          3,140   24.7     314       127       441       N/A        N/A


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                             Annual Average                            Average Annual Job               2010-1st Quarter
                                                              Employment        Employment Change           Openings                        Wages
                                                                                                                                                           Education
                                                                                                                 Replace-                                     and
                                                                                                      New         ment      Total       Median    Median    Training
SOC                                                                            Numerical              Jobs        Needs     Jobs        Hourly    Annual     Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                 2008      2018       [1]     Percent      [2]         [3]       [4]         [5]        [5]        [7]
31-1011   Home Health Aides                                    3,970     5,490      1,520     38.3      152            40      192       $10.39    $21,607     11
31-1012   Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants             8,510    10,110      1,600     18.8      160            85      245       $11.65    $24,250     11
31-1013   Psychiatric Aides                                      230       260         30     13.0        3             2        5       $12.65    $26,310     11
          Occupational and Physical Therapist Assistants
31-2000   and Aides                                           1,100     1,430            330   30.0      33           16        49          N/A        N/A
31-2021   Physical Therapist Assistants                         410       520            110   26.8      11            6        17       $29.16    $60,652     6
31-2022   Physical Therapist Aides                              480       650            170   35.4      17            7        24       $10.37    $21,566    11
31-9000   Other Healthcare Support Occupations               18,220    21,470          3,250   17.8     330          238       568          N/A        N/A
31-9011   Massage Therapists                                  2,710     2,880            170    6.3      17           36        53       $20.79    $43,237     7
31-9091   Dental Assistants                                   3,810     4,740            930   24.4      93           72       165       $17.38    $36,143    10
31-9092   Medical Assistants                                  6,740     8,430          1,690   25.1     170           75       245       $14.57    $30,303    10
31-9093   Medical Equipment Preparers                           500       580             80   16.0       8            6        14       $12.54    $26,071    11
31-9094   Medical Transcriptionists                             470       490             20    4.3       2            5         7       $20.64    $42,927     7
31-9095   Pharmacy Aides                                        710       650            -60   -8.5       0            8         8       $11.26    $23,415    11
          Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory Animal
31-9096   Caretakers                                          1,270     1,450            180   14.2      18           14        32       $14.83    $30,851    11
33-0000   Protective Service Occupations                     32,490    35,530          3,040    9.4     305          904     1,209       $21.08    $43,856
          First-Line Supervisors/Managers, Protective
33-1000   Service Workers                                      1,620    1,740           120     7.4      12            67       79         N/A        N/A
          First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Correctional
33-1011   Officers                                              180       190            10     5.6          2          6           8      N/A        N/A     8
          First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Police and
33-1012   Detectives                                            600       650            50     8.3          5         27       32       $46.40    $96,502    8
          First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Fire Fighting
33-1021   and Prevention Workers                                270       290            20     7.4          3         14       17       $38.32    $79,692    8
          First-Line Supervisors/Managers, Protective
33-1099   Service Workers, All Other                            570       600             30    5.3       4           21        25       $22.41    $46,619    8
33-2000   Fire Fighting and Prevention Workers                2,740     3,230            490   17.9      49           84       133          N/A        N/A
33-2011   Fire Fighters                                       2,640     3,130            490   18.6      49           81       130       $29.60    $61,558    9
33-3000   Law Enforcement Workers                            11,370    13,010          1,640   14.4     165          265       430          N/A        N/A
33-3012   Correctional Officers and Jailers                   2,660     2,930            270   10.2      27           59        86          N/A        N/A    10
33-3021   Detectives and Criminal Investigators               3,500     4,420            920   26.3      92           72       164          N/A        N/A     8


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                            Annual Average                             Average Annual Job         2010-1st Quarter
                                                             Employment         Employment Change           Openings                  Wages
                                                                                                                                                     Education
                                                                                                              Replace-                                  and
                                                                                                      New      ment      Total    Median    Median    Training
SOC                                                                             Numerical             Jobs     Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual     Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                2008      2018         [1]     Percent     [2]      [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]        [7]
33-3041   Parking Enforcement Workers                           160       160            0      0.0       0         4         4    $17.86    $37,161     11
33-3051   Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers                4,960     5,420          460      9.3      46       128       174    $34.37    $71,487      9
33-9000   Other Protective Service Workers                   16,770    17,560          790      4.7      79       489       568       N/A        N/A
33-9021   Private Detectives and Investigators                  400       440           40     10.0       5         8        13    $27.72    $57,666      8
          Gaming Surveillance Officers and Gaming
33-9031   Investigators                                         280       300            20     7.1       2         6         8    $14.97    $31,122    10
33-9032   Security Guards                                    12,800    13,240           440     3.4      44       263       307    $11.55    $24,022    11
          Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreational
33-9092   Protective Service Workers                          1,250     1,350           100     8.0      10        85        95    $13.58    $28,250    11
33-9099   Protective Service Workers, All Other               1,760     1,910           150     8.5      15       119       134    $15.73    $32,709    11
          Food Preparation and Serving Related
35-0000   Occupations                                       130,710   141,880      11,170       8.5   1,119      4,832    5,951     $9.42    $19,596
          Supervisors, Food Preparation and Serving
35-1000   Workers                                            10,680    11,290           610     5.7      61       102       163       N/A        N/A
35-1011   Chefs and Head Cooks                                1,150     1,150             0     0.0       0        11        11    $21.66    $45,060    7
          First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Food
35-1012   Preparation and Serving Workers                     9,540    10,140            600    6.3      61         91      152    $14.08    $29,272    8
35-2000   Cooks and Food Preparation Workers                 33,250    35,350          2,100    6.3     211        954    1,165       N/A        N/A
35-2011   Cooks, Fast Food                                   10,030    10,850            820    8.2      82        257      339     $9.11    $18,964    11
35-2012   Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria                    1,680     1,860            180   10.7      18         43       61    $13.35    $27,766    10
35-2014   Cooks, Restaurant                                   9,060     9,860            800    8.8      79        232      311    $12.08    $25,123     9
35-2015   Cooks, Short Order                                  2,210     2,190            -20   -0.9       0         56       56    $11.27    $23,450    11
35-2019   Cooks, All Other                                      160       180             20   12.5       2          4        6    $13.11    $27,277
35-2021   Food Preparation Workers                           10,110    10,410            300    3.0      30        362      392     $9.67    $20,104    11
35-3000   Food and Beverage Serving Workers                  67,720    74,620          6,900   10.2     690      2,826    3,516       N/A        N/A
35-3011   Bartenders                                          6,640     7,120            480    7.2      48        236      284     $9.16    $19,064    11
          Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers,
35-3021   Including Fast Food                                24,770    28,240          3,470   14.0     347       525       872     $9.21    $19,168    11
          Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession,
35-3022   and Coffee Shop                                     7,360     7,900            540    7.3      54        541      595     $9.41    $19,570    11
35-3031   Waiters and Waitresses                             27,010    29,240          2,230    8.3     223      1,491    1,714     $9.10    $18,927    11
35-3041   Food Servers, Nonrestaurant                         1,940     2,120            180    9.3      18         33       51     $9.67    $20,106    11


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                            Annual Average                            Average Annual Job            2010-1st Quarter
                                                             Employment        Employment Change           Openings                     Wages
                                                                                                                                                        Education
                                                                                                                Replace-                                   and
                                                                                                     New         ment      Total    Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                            Numerical             Jobs        Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                2008      2018        [1]    Percent      [2]         [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]         [7]
          Other Food Preparation and Serving Related
35-9000   Workers                                            19,050   20,620          1,570    8.2     157          949     1,106      N/A        N/A
          Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and
35-9011   Bartender Helpers                                   7,140    7,590           450     6.3      45          310       355     $9.08   $18,896      11
35-9021   Dishwashers                                         6,240    7,010           770    12.3      78          257       335     $9.14   $19,013      11
          Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and
35-9031   Coffee Shop                                         5,040    5,380           340     6.7      34          351       385     $9.13   $18,999      11
          Food Preparation and Serving Related Workers,
35-9099   All Other                                            640       640             0     0.0          0         32       32     $9.09   $18,916      11
          Building and Grounds Cleaning and
37-0000   Maintenance Occupations                            54,820   57,400          2,580    4.7     258          887     1,145    $11.34   $23,596
          Supervisors, Building and Grounds Cleaning and
37-1000   Maintenance Workers                                 4,510    4,700           190     4.2      19            48       67      N/A        N/A
          First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Housekeeping
37-1011   and Janitorial Workers                              2,410    2,430            20     0.8          3         25       28    $17.67   $36,747      8
        First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Landscaping,
37-1012 Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping Workers              2,110    2,270           160     7.6      16           23        39    $21.85   $45,460      8
37-2000 Building Cleaning and Pest Control Workers           32,890   33,300           410     1.2      42          630       672       N/A       N/A
        Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and
37-2011 Housekeeping Cleaners                                19,590   19,600             10    0.1       1           370      371    $11.04   $22,947      11
37-2012 Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners                      12,060   12,410            350    2.9      35           217      252     $9.70   $20,180      11
37-2021 Pest Control Workers                                  1,210    1,270             60    5.0       6            43       49    $15.12   $31,440      10
37-3000 Grounds Maintenance Workers                          17,420   19,390          1,970   11.3     197           210      407       N/A       N/A
37-3011 Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers               16,700   18,620          1,920   11.5     192           201      393    $11.97   $24,901      11
37-3019 Grounds Maintenance Workers, All Other                  180      200             20   11.1       1             2        3    $10.66   $22,172      11
39-0000 Personal Care and Service Occupations                62,790   70,790          8,000   12.7     801         1,477    2,278    $10.71   $22,280
39-1000 Supervisors, Personal Care and Service Workers        4,470    4,900            430    9.6      43           113      156       N/A       N/A
39-1011 Gaming Supervisors                                    1,070    1,220            150   14.0      15            24       39    $26.63   $55,386      7
39-1012 Slot Key Persons                                        990    1,080             90    9.1      10            23       33    $13.20   $27,465      7
        First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal
39-1021 Service Workers                                       2,410    2,600           190     7.9      18            66       84    $17.70   $36,826      8



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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                            Annual Average                             Average Annual Job               2010-1st Quarter
                                                             Employment         Employment Change           Openings                        Wages
                                                                                                                                                            Education
                                                                                                                 Replace-                                      and
                                                                                                      New         ment      Total       Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                             Numerical             Jobs        Needs     Jobs        Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                2008      2018         [1]     Percent     [2]         [3]       [4]         [5]        [5]         [7]
39-2000   Animal Care and Service Workers                     3,340     3,800          460     13.8      46           72       118          N/A       N/A
39-2011   Animal Trainers                                       460       580          120     26.1      12            9        21       $11.22   $23,343      10
39-2021   Nonfarm Animal Caretakers                           2,880     3,220          340     11.8      35           63        98       $11.83   $24,611      11
39-3000   Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers        9,450    10,490        1,040     11.0     105          490       595          N/A       N/A
39-3011   Gaming Dealers                                      1,940     2,390          450     23.2      45           82       127        $9.19   $19,120       7
39-3012   Gaming and Sports Book Writers and Runners            120       130           10      8.3       1            5         6       $12.73   $26,479       7
39-3019   Gaming Service Workers, All Other                     390       420           30      7.7       3           16        19       $11.57   $24,077      10
39-3031   Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket Takers         2,070     2,170          100      4.8      11          131       142        $9.50   $19,760      11
39-3091   Amusement and Recreation Attendants                 4,360     4,760          400      9.2      41          226       267        $9.28   $19,293      11
39-3092   Costume Attendants                                    150       160           10      6.7       1            8         9       $15.28   $31,773      11
          Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing Room
39-3093   Attendants                                           130       140           10       7.7          1          7           8    $11.25   $23,392      11
          Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers,
39-3099   All Other                                             210       230           20      9.5       2           11        13        $9.99   $20,786      11
39-4000   Funeral Service Workers                               140       140            0      0.0       1            7         8          N/A       N/A
39-5000   Personal Appearance Workers                         8,660     9,270          610      7.0      60          127       187          N/A       N/A
39-5012   Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists      5,160     5,560          400      7.8      41           76       117       $11.31   $23,529      7
39-5092   Manicurists and Pedicurists                         2,870     3,030          160      5.6      16           42        58        $9.08   $18,894      7
39-5094   Skin Care Specialists                                 180       210           30     16.7       3            3         6       $18.61   $38,704      7

39-6000   Transportation, Tourism, and Lodging Attendants     1,790     1,920         130       7.3      13            55       68          N/A       N/A
39-6011   Baggage Porters and Bellhops                          670       720          50       7.5       5            17       22        $9.80   $20,395      11
39-6012   Concierges                                            480       540          60      12.5       6            12       18       $12.13   $25,239      10
39-6021   Tour Guides and Escorts                               500       510          10       2.0       1            21       22       $10.94   $22,743      10
39-9000   Other Personal Care and Service Workers            34,940    40,260       5,320      15.2     532           615    1,147          N/A       N/A
39-9011   Child Care Workers                                  7,970     8,720         750       9.4      74           233      307       $11.40   $23,722      11
39-9021   Personal and Home Care Aides                       19,350    22,720       3,370      17.4     337           241      578       $10.19   $21,195      11
39-9031   Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors           3,240     4,020         780      24.1      77            58      135       $17.44   $36,259       7
39-9032   Recreation Workers                                  4,010     4,410         400      10.0      40            72      112       $10.69   $22,244       5
39-9041   Residential Advisors                                  110       120          10       9.1       1             4        5       $11.61   $24,148      10
39-9099   Personal Care and Service Workers, All Other          260       300          40      15.4       3             6        9       $10.22   $21,250      11
41-0000   Sales and Related Occupations                     154,060   166,230      12,170       7.9   1,303         4,495    5,798       $12.32   $25,643


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                                                   2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                              San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                 (San Diego County)
                                                           Annual Average                             Average Annual Job         2010-1st Quarter
                                                            Employment        Employment Change            Openings                  Wages
                                                                                                                                                     Education
                                                                                                             Replace-                                   and
                                                                                                     New      ment      Total    Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                          Numerical               Jobs     Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code    Occupational Title                                 2008      2018       [1]     Percent       [2]      [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]         [7]
41-1000 Supervisors, Sales Workers                          21,110    22,500      1,390      6.6       139       450       589      N/A        N/A
        First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales
41-1011 Workers                                             16,710   17,830          1,120    6.7      111       359       470    $17.68   $36,784      8
        First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail
41-1012 Sales Workers                                        4,400    4,680            280     6.4      28         91      119    $32.17   $66,919      8
41-2000 Retail Sales Workers                                88,190   96,240          8,050     9.1     811      3,004    3,815       N/A       N/A
41-2011 Cashiers                                            31,130   32,800          1,670     5.4     168      1,398    1,566     $9.23   $19,202      11
41-2012 Gaming Change Persons and Booth Cashiers               440      380            -60   -13.6       0         20       20    $10.71   $22,278      11
41-2021 Counter and Rental Clerks                            6,370    6,490            120     1.9      12        170      182    $11.23   $23,350      11
41-2022 Parts Salespersons                                   1,890    2,010            120     6.3      12         67       79    $14.36   $29,883      10
41-2031 Retail Salespersons                                 48,370   54,560          6,190    12.8     619      1,349    1,968    $10.06   $20,930      11
41-3000 Sales Representatives, Services                     16,200   17,650          1,450     9.0     154        388      542       N/A       N/A
41-3011 Advertising Sales Agents                             1,280    1,390            110     8.6      10         25       35    $23.80   $49,488      10
41-3021 Insurance Sales Agents                               3,220    3,810            590    18.3      59         75      134    $27.23   $56,649       6
        Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services
41-3031 Sales Agents                                         2,120    2,200            80      3.8       9        65        74    $28.88   $60,059       5
41-3041 Travel Agents                                          850      760           -90    -10.6       0         6         6    $16.80   $34,939       7
41-3099 Sales Representatives, Services, All Other           8,730    9,480           750      8.6      76       216       292    $27.18   $56,544      10
        Sales Representatives, Wholesale and
41-4000 Manufacturing                                       14,310   15,600          1,290    9.0      129       332       461      N/A        N/A
        Sales Representatives, Wholesale and
41-4011 Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products     4,650    5,040           390     8.4       39       108       147    $33.80   $70,301      10
        Sales Representatives, Wholesale and
        Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific
41-4012 Products                                             9,660   10,560           900      9.3      90       224       314    $26.78   $55,709      10
41-9000 Other Sales and Related Workers                     14,260   14,240           -20     -0.1      70       322       392       N/A       N/A
41-9021 Real Estate Brokers                                  1,480    1,520            40      2.7       4        24        28    $28.62   $59,548       8
41-9022 Real Estate Sales Agents                             3,460    3,850           390     11.3      39        57        96    $20.15   $41,911       7
41-9031 Sales Engineers                                      1,510    1,640           130      8.6      13        54        67    $40.23   $83,682       5
41-9041 Telemarketers                                        2,680    2,250          -430    -16.0       0        67        67    $10.77   $22,416      11
41-9099 Sales and Related Workers, All Other                 2,560    2,680           120      4.7      13        57        70    $17.97   $37,388      10



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                                                   2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                              San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                 (San Diego County)
                                                           Annual Average                              Average Annual Job         2010-1st Quarter
                                                            Employment         Employment Change            Openings                  Wages
                                                                                                                                                      Education
                                                                                                              Replace-                                   and
                                                                                                      New      ment      Total    Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                          Numerical                Jobs     Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code    Occupational Title                                 2008      2018       [1]     Percent        [2]      [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]         [7]
43-0000 Office and Administrative Support Occupations      223,490   238,330     14,840      6.6      1,900      4,596    6,496    $16.29   $33,881
        Supervisors, Office and Administrative Support
43-1000 Workers                                             14,920    16,210          1,290    8.6      129       337       466      N/A        N/A
        First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Office and
43-1011 Administrative Support Workers                      14,920    16,210          1,290     8.6     129       337       466    $25.03   $52,048      8
43-2000 Communications Equipment Operators                   2,320     2,150           -170    -7.3       6        46        52       N/A       N/A
        Switchboard Operators, Including Answering
43-2011 Service                                              1,800     1,580           -220   -12.2       0         37       37    $12.52   $26,053      11
43-3000 Financial Clerks                                    35,460    38,370          2,910     8.2     313        691    1,004       N/A       N/A
43-3011 Bill and Account Collectors                          4,190     5,010            820    19.6      82         79      161    $16.97   $35,290      11
43-3021 Billing and Posting Clerks and Machine Operators     4,860     5,490            630    13.0      63         80      143    $17.19   $35,748      10
43-3031 Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks        17,270    18,660          1,390     8.0     139        208      347    $18.05   $37,541      10
43-3041 Gaming Cage Workers                                    320       280            -40   -12.5       0          6        6    $15.39   $32,015      11
43-3051 Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks                       1,980     1,800           -180    -9.1       0         47       47    $19.69   $40,963      10
43-3061 Procurement Clerks                                     910       990             80     8.8       8         28       36    $19.61   $40,787      11
43-3071 Tellers                                              5,930     6,150            220     3.7      22        244      266    $12.60   $26,213      11
43-4000 Information and Record Clerks                       48,170    51,400          3,230     6.7     485      1,404    1,889       N/A       N/A
43-4011 Brokerage Clerks                                       510       470            -40    -7.8       0         15       15    $17.70   $36,819      10
43-4031 Court, Municipal, and License Clerks                   100       110             10    10.0       1          3        4       N/A       N/A      11
43-4041 Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and Clerks               310       290            -20    -6.5       0          9        9    $16.74   $34,820      11
43-4051 Customer Service Representatives                    18,490    21,610          3,120    16.9     313        582      895    $17.14   $35,648      10
43-4061 Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs        1,480     1,600            120     8.1      13         34       47       N/A       N/A      10
43-4071 File Clerks                                          1,790     1,340           -450   -25.1       0         44       44    $12.24   $25,464      11
43-4081 Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks                 2,940     3,420            480    16.3      48        100      148    $10.92   $22,703      11
43-4111 Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan            2,030     2,170            140     6.9      15         48       63    $16.49   $34,310      11
43-4121 Library Assistants, Clerical                           940     1,080            140    14.9      14         39       53    $12.19   $25,352      11
43-4131 Loan Interviewers and Clerks                         1,800     1,800              0     0.0       1         44       45    $19.07   $39,651      11
43-4141 New Accounts Clerks                                    830       810            -20    -2.4       0         24       24    $15.94   $33,155       8
43-4151 Order Clerks                                         2,650     2,020           -630   -23.8       0         75       75    $14.87   $30,911      11
        Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and
43-4161 Timekeeping                                          1,990     1,860          -130     -6.5       0        56        56    $18.79   $39,097      11
43-4171 Receptionists and Information Clerks                 8,710     9,520           810      9.3      81       235       316    $13.37   $27,807      11


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                              Annual Average                             Average Annual Job            2010-1st Quarter
                                                               Employment        Employment Change            Openings                     Wages
                                                                                                                                                           Education
                                                                                                                   Replace-                                   and
                                                                                                        New         ment      Total    Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                              Numerical              Jobs        Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                  2008      2018        [1]    Percent       [2]         [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]         [7]
          Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and
43-4181   Travel Clerks                                           850      860            10      1.2          1         19       20    $15.76   $32,789      11
43-4199   Information and Record Clerks, All Other              2,740    2,410          -330    -12.0          0         78       78    $18.33   $38,136      11
          Material Recording, Scheduling, Dispatching, and
43-5000   Distributing Workers                                37,170    38,830          1,660     4.5     255          889     1,144       N/A       N/A
43-5011   Cargo and Freight Agents                               730       820             90    12.3      10           17        27    $17.29   $35,958      10
43-5021   Couriers and Messengers                                880       820            -60    -6.8       0           20        20    $11.62   $24,176      11
43-5031   Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers                590       690            100    16.9      10           12        22    $26.15   $54,391      10
43-5032   Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and Ambulance      1,890     1,820            -70    -3.7       0           39        39    $17.71   $36,851      10
43-5041   Meter Readers, Utilities                               420       360            -60   -14.3       0           12        12    $18.46   $38,396      11
43-5051   Postal Service Clerks                                  750       690            -60    -8.0       0           16        16    $25.50   $53,049      11
43-5052   Postal Service Mail Carriers                         3,210     3,590            380    11.8      38          100       138    $26.06   $54,195      11
          Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and
43-5053   Processing Machine Operators                         1,240       980           -260   -21.0       0           11        11    $25.50   $53,040      11
43-5061   Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks          3,930     4,140            210     5.3      21           97       118    $23.56   $49,003      11
43-5071   Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks              7,510     7,250           -260    -3.5       0          186       186    $13.42   $27,918      11
43-5081   Stock Clerks and Order Fillers                      15,190    16,950          1,760    11.6     177          350       527    $10.48   $21,812      11
          Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers,
43-5111   Recordkeeping                                          820       720           -100   -12.2       0           29        29    $11.46   $23,852      11
43-6000   Secretaries and Administrative Assistants           40,370    44,280          3,910     9.7     395          544       939       N/A       N/A
          Executive Secretaries and Administrative
43-6011   Assistants                                          19,290    21,070          1,780    9.2      179          260       439    $20.89   $43,470      10
43-6012   Legal Secretaries                                    3,220     3,610            390   12.1       39           43        82    $19.87   $41,345       7
43-6013   Medical Secretaries                                  9,040    10,820          1,780   19.7      178          122       300    $15.70   $32,667       7
43-6014   Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive    8,820     8,780            -40   -0.5        0          119       119    $16.34   $33,981      10

43-9000   Other Office and Administrative Support Workers     45,090    47,080          1,990     4.4     318          686     1,004       N/A       N/A
43-9011   Computer Operators                                     750       520           -230   -30.7       0            9         9    $18.54   $38,559      10
43-9021   Data Entry Keyers                                    1,990     1,790           -200   -10.1       0           42        42    $13.60   $28,298      10
43-9022   Word Processors and Typists                            910       830            -80    -8.8       0            7         7    $18.40   $38,278      10
43-9031   Desktop Publishers                                     140       110            -30   -21.4       0            2         2    $19.48   $40,530       7
43-9041   Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks        3,320     3,500            180     5.4      18           43        61    $16.95   $35,252      10


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                             Annual Average                             Average Annual Job            2010-1st Quarter
                                                              Employment        Employment Change            Openings                     Wages
                                                                                                                                                          Education
                                                                                                                  Replace-                                   and
                                                                                                       New         ment      Total    Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                             Numerical              Jobs        Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                 2008      2018        [1]    Percent       [2]         [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]         [7]
          Mail Clerks and Mail Machine Operators, Except
43-9051   Postal Service                                        670       600            -70   -10.4       0           12        12    $14.10   $29,333      11
43-9061   Office Clerks, General                             31,280    34,260          2,980     9.5     298          426       724    $14.19   $29,516      11
43-9071   Office Machine Operators, Except Computer             820       780            -40    -4.9       0           27        27    $14.41   $29,982      11
43-9081   Proofreaders and Copy Markers                         200       210             10     5.0       1            3         4    $15.39   $32,004      10
43-9111   Statistical Assistants                                150       150              0     0.0       1            2         3    $20.99   $43,647      10
          Office and Administrative Support Workers, All
43-9199   Other                                                4,860    4,330          -530    -10.9       0          112       112    $12.26   $25,495      10
45-0000   Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations           8,130    8,360           230      2.8      22          216       238    $10.86   $22,582
          Supervisors, Farming, Fishing, and Forestry
45-1000   Workers                                               490       550            60    12.2           7         13       20      N/A        N/A
          First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming,
45-1011   Fishing, and Forestry Workers                          480      550            70    14.6        7           12        19    $19.56   $40,687      8
45-2000   Agricultural Workers                                 7,250    7,390           140     1.9       14          193       207       N/A       N/A
45-2011   Agricultural Inspectors                                100      110            10    10.0        1            2         3       N/A       N/A       8
45-2091   Agricultural Equipment Operators                       450      450             0     0.0        0           12        12       N/A       N/A      10
          Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and
45-2092   Greenhouse                                          5,520     5,590          70       1.3        8           149      157    $10.46   $21,755      11
45-2093   Farmworkers, Farm and Ranch Animals                   740       750          10       1.4        2            20       22    $10.48   $21,800      11
45-2099   Agricultural Workers, All Other                       130       140          10       7.7        0             4        4    $13.41   $27,891      11
45-3000   Fishing and Hunting Workers                           120       120           0       0.0        0             3        3       N/A       N/A
45-3011   Fishers and Related Fishing Workers                   110       110           0       0.0        0             3        3       N/A       N/A      10
45-4000   Forest, Conservation, and Logging Workers             280       300          20       7.1        2             8       10       N/A       N/A
45-4011   Forest and Conservation Workers                       240       260          20       8.3        2             6        8    $11.14   $23,177      10
47-0000   Construction and Extraction Occupations            78,770    91,070      12,300      15.6    1,232         1,333    2,565    $22.95   $47,738
47-1000   Supervisors, Construction and Extraction Workers    7,510     9,060       1,550      20.6      155           145      300       N/A       N/A
          First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Construction
47-1011   Trades and Extraction Workers                       7,510     9,060          1,550   20.6      155           145      300    $36.95   $76,864      8
47-2000   Construction Trades Workers                        65,840    75,680          9,840   14.9      985         1,061    2,046       N/A       N/A
47-2021   Brickmasons and Blockmasons                           820       950            130   15.9       14            21       35    $30.95   $64,365       9
47-2031   Carpenters                                         12,170    14,090          1,920   15.8      193           152      345    $22.64   $47,100       9
47-2041   Carpet Installers                                     680       680              0    0.0        0            18       18    $16.66   $34,653      10


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                             Annual Average                            Average Annual Job               2010-1st Quarter
                                                              Employment        Employment Change           Openings                        Wages
                                                                                                                                                            Education
                                                                                                                 Replace-                                      and
                                                                                                      New         ment      Total       Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                             Numerical             Jobs        Needs     Jobs        Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                 2008      2018        [1]    Percent      [2]         [3]       [4]         [5]        [5]         [7]
          Floor Layers, Except Carpet, Wood, and Hard
47-2042   Tiles                                                 680       720             40    5.9       4            18       22       $20.15   $41,930      10
47-2044   Tile and Marble Setters                             1,250     1,490            240   19.2      24            33       57       $24.22   $50,377       9
47-2051   Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers                1,640     1,880            240   14.6      24            41       65       $27.96   $58,147       9
47-2061   Construction Laborers                              12,830    15,720          2,890   22.5     290            86      376       $16.99   $35,347      10
          Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping Equipment
47-2071   Operators                                            1,060    1,240           180    17.0      18            17       35       $29.21   $60,762      10
          Operating Engineers and Other Construction
47-2073   Equipment Operators                                  2,530    2,960           430    17.0      44           43        87       $29.47   $61,297      10
47-2081   Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers                  3,020    3,540           520    17.2      52           33        85       $23.53   $48,949      10
47-2082   Tapers                                                 640      750           110    17.2      11            7        18       $21.61   $44,939      10
47-2111   Electricians                                         7,270    8,030           760    10.5      76          176       252       $23.88   $49,673       9
47-2121   Glaziers                                               370      420            50    13.5       6           13        19       $31.82   $66,181       9
47-2131   Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and Wall           310      370            60    19.4       6           10        16       $19.28   $40,108      10
47-2132   Insulation Workers, Mechanical                         230      250            20     8.7       3            7        10       $17.74   $36,896      10
47-2141   Painters, Construction and Maintenance               7,660    8,310           650     8.5      65          131       196       $19.67   $40,914      10
47-2151   Pipelayers                                             670      790           120    17.9      12           14        26       $23.71   $49,319      10
47-2152   Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters              5,130    5,770           640    12.5      64          103       167       $24.23   $50,402       9
47-2161   Plasterers and Stucco Masons                           950    1,040            90     9.5       9           16        25       $19.34   $40,225       9
47-2181   Roofers                                              1,620    1,750           130     8.0      14           27        41       $21.02   $43,724      10
47-2211   Sheet Metal Workers                                  2,240    2,450           210     9.4      22           53        75       $25.07   $52,137      10
47-2221   Structural Iron and Steel Workers                      390      450            60    15.4       6            6        12       $22.09   $45,956       9
47-3000   Helpers, Construction Trades                         2,790    3,340           550    19.7      56           58       114          N/A       N/A
          Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons,
47-3011   Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble Setters              810     1,000           190    23.5      19            17       36       $13.69   $28,471      11
47-3012   Helpers--Carpenters                                   370       450            80    21.6       8             8       16       $14.37   $29,898      11
47-3013   Helpers--Electricians                                 730       880           150    20.5      15            15       30       $14.04   $29,195      11
          Helpers--Painters, Paperhangers, Plasterers, and
47-3014   Stucco Masons                                         280       280             0     0.0          0          6           6    $11.10   $23,089      11
          Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and
47-3015   Steamfitters                                           470      580           110    23.4      11            10       21       $14.84   $30,862      11
47-4000   Other Construction and Related Workers               2,580    2,940           360    14.0      36            68      104          N/A       N/A


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                                 Annual Average                            Average Annual Job               2010-1st Quarter
                                                                  Employment        Employment Change           Openings                        Wages
                                                                                                                                                                Education
                                                                                                                     Replace-                                      and
                                                                                                          New         ment      Total       Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                                 Numerical             Jobs        Needs     Jobs        Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                     2008      2018        [1]     Percent     [2]         [3]       [4]         [5]        [5]         [7]
47-4011   Construction and Building Inspectors                      790       910          120     15.2      12            16       28       $29.79   $61,946        8
47-4041   Hazardous Materials Removal Workers                       290       290            0      0.0       1             8        9       $21.41   $44,531       10
47-4051   Highway Maintenance Workers                               340       390           50     14.7       4             9       13       $18.22   $37,914       10
47-4071   Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe Cleaners             480       550           70     14.6       8            13       21       $21.30   $44,291       10
47-4099   Construction and Related Workers, All Other               620       730          110     17.7      11            21       32       $16.58   $34,473       10
          Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
49-0000   Occupations                                            45,630    49,970          4,340    9.5     436          879     1,315       $20.66   $42,968
          Supervisors of Installation, Maintenance, and
49-1000   Repair Workers                                           3,470    3,740           270     7.8      27            91      118         N/A        N/A
          First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics,
49-1011   Installers, and Repairers                                3,470    3,740           270     7.8      27            91      118       $30.80   $64,076      8
          Electrical and Electronic Equipment Mechanics,
49-2000   Installers, and Repairers                                6,270    6,740           470     7.5      48          112       160         N/A        N/A
          Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine
49-2011   Repairers                                                1,520    1,520             0     0.0          1         26       27       $16.20   $33,699      7
          Telecommunications Equipment Installers and
49-2022   Repairers, Except Line Installers                        2,670    2,910           240     9.0      24            47       71       $29.80   $61,976      9
49-2091   Avionics Technicians                                       200      200             0     0.0       1             3        4       $27.15   $56,480      7
49-2092   Electric Motor, Power Tool, and Related Repairers          170      180            10     5.9       2             6        8       $21.74   $45,221      7
          Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers,
49-2093   Transportation Equipment                                  100       110            10    10.0          0          2           2    $22.59   $46,996      7
          Electrical and Electronics Repairers, Commercial
49-2094   and Industrial Equipment                                  620       680            60     9.7          6         11       17       $26.10   $54,293      7
          Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers,
49-2096   Motor Vehicles                                            120       120             0     0.0          0          2           2    $13.28   $27,618      7
          Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment
49-2097   Installers and Repairers                                  240       280            40    16.7          4          4        8       $17.27   $35,931      7
49-2098   Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers                440       520            80    18.2          8          8       16       $22.63   $47,072      7
          Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Mechanics,
49-3000   Installers                                             13,460    14,260           800     5.9      81          275       356          N/A       N/A
49-3011   Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians              1,050     1,070            20     1.9       2           20        22       $26.21   $54,525      7
49-3021   Automotive Body and Related Repairers                   1,190     1,220            30     2.5       3           31        34       $18.40   $38,286      9


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                             Annual Average                            Average Annual Job            2010-1st Quarter
                                                              Employment        Employment Change           Openings                     Wages
                                                                                                                                                        Education
                                                                                                                 Replace-                                  and
                                                                                                      New         ment      Total    Median    Median    Training
SOC                                                                            Numerical              Jobs        Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual     Levels
Code    Occupational Title                                   2008      2018       [1]     Percent      [2]         [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]        [7]
49-3023 Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics           6,440     6,770        330      5.1       33          123       156    $19.54    $40,637      7
        Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine
49-3031 Specialists                                            1,660    1,810           150     9.0      15            38       53    $22.55    $46,916    7
        Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Except
49-3042 Engines                                                  830      950           120    14.5      12            16       28    $26.07    $54,233     7
49-3051 Motorboat Mechanics
        Outdoor Power Equipment and Other Small                  140      130           -10    -7.1       0             3        3    $17.01    $35,372     9
49-3053 Engine Mechanics                                         250      270            20     8.0       1             5        6    $18.45    $38,390    10
49-3093 Tire Repairers and Changers                            1,330    1,380            50     3.8       5            28       33    $11.83    $24,614    11
        Other Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
49-9000 Occupations                                          22,430    25,220          2,790   12.4     281          401       682      N/A        N/A
        Control and Valve Installers and Repairers, Except
49-9012 Mechanical Door                                         460       510            50    10.9          4          7       11    $24.25    $50,438    10
        Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration
49-9021 Mechanics and Installers                              1,870     2,360            490   26.2      50           30        80    $24.35    $50,655     9
49-9041 Industrial Machinery Mechanics                          860     1,040            180   20.9      17           12        29    $27.12    $56,416     9
49-9042 Maintenance and Repair Workers, General              11,980    13,300          1,320   11.0     131          185       316    $16.98    $35,317     9
49-9043 Maintenance Workers, Machinery                          120       130             10    8.3       1            2         3    $20.83    $43,340     9
49-9051 Electrical Power-Line Installers and Repairers          310       350             40   12.9       4           11        15    $38.19    $79,425     9
49-9052 Telecommunications Line Installers and Repairers      1,860     2,100            240   12.9      25           29        54    $25.11    $52,217     9
49-9062 Medical Equipment Repairers                             410       530            120   29.3      12           12        24    $20.02    $41,636    10
        Precision Instrument and Equipment Repairers, All
49-9069 Other                                                   360       380            20     5.6          2         10       12    $25.59    $53,232    9
        Coin, Vending, and Amusement Machine
49-9091 Servicers and Repairers                                 550       580             30    5.5          3         18       21    $14.91    $31,026    10
49-9094 Locksmiths and Safe Repairers                           430       420            -10   -2.3          0          7        7    $19.07    $39,674    10
49-9096 Riggers                                                 230       240             10    4.3          1          4        5    $28.23    $58,721    11
        Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
49-9098 Workers                                                 860       930            70     8.1          7         41       48    $13.62    $28,323    11
        Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All
49-9099 Other                                                 1,520     1,710            190   12.5      19            23       42    $17.20    $35,784    10
51-0000 Production Occupations                               71,860    75,290          3,430    4.8     424         1,390    1,814    $13.89    $28,899
51-1000 Supervisors, Production Workers                       4,670     4,800            130    2.8      13            63       76       N/A        N/A


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                              Annual Average                                Average Annual Job               2010-1st Quarter
                                                               Employment           Employment Change            Openings                        Wages
                                                                                                                                                                 Education
                                                                                                                      Replace-                                      and
                                                                                                           New         ment      Total       Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                                 Numerical              Jobs        Needs     Jobs        Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code    Occupational Title                                    2008      2018           [1]    Percent       [2]         [3]       [4]         [5]        [5]         [7]
        First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and
51-1011 Operating Workers                                      4,670     4,800               130    2.8       13           63        76       $27.99   $58,214      8
51-2000 Assemblers and Fabricators                            18,980    20,160             1,180    6.2      119          402       521          N/A       N/A

51-2022   Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers       2,440     2,510               70     2.9        7           38        45       $12.22   $25,430      11
51-2023   Electromechanical Equipment Assemblers                 800       820               20     2.5        3           12        15       $13.10   $27,247      11
51-2041   Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters             1,160     1,160                0     0.0        0           24        24       $15.14   $31,493      10
51-2092   Team Assemblers                                      9,920    10,620              700     7.1       69          224       293       $11.70   $24,328      10
51-2099   Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other                3,360     3,710              350    10.4       35           76       111       $13.91   $28,938      10
51-3000   Food Processing Workers                              4,630     5,080              450     9.7       45          132       177          N/A       N/A
51-3011   Bakers                                               1,700     1,800              100     5.9       10           44        54       $12.24   $25,460       9
51-3021   Butchers and Meat Cutters                            1,230     1,300               70     5.7        7           40        47       $13.85   $28,803       9
51-3022   Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and Trimmers         1,010     1,170              160    15.8       16           32        48       $10.56   $21,952      11
51-3092   Food Batchmakers                                       610       720              110    18.0       11           15        26       $10.42   $21,682      11
51-4000   Metal Workers and Plastic Workers                   12,910    13,130              220     1.7       48          252       300          N/A       N/A
          Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators,
51-4011   Metal and Plastic                                      740       850              110    14.9       11            14       25       $15.08   $31,373      10
51-4012   Numerical Tool and Process Control Programmers         150       140              -10    -6.7        0             3        3       $27.58   $57,362       9
          Extruding and Drawing Machine Setters,
51-4021   Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic              500       530               30     6.0           3         10       13       $12.61   $26,220      10
          Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters,
51-4031   Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic             1,230    1,160               -70    -5.7          0         24       24       $13.63   $28,340      10
          Drilling and Boring Machine Tool Setters,
51-4032   Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic              100           80            -20   -20.0          0          1           1    $14.97   $31,144      10
          Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine
          Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and
51-4033   Plastic                                                500       450               -50   -10.0          0          7           7    $12.36   $25,723      10
          Lathe and Turning Machine Tool Setters,
51-4034   Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic              290       240               -50   -17.2          0          5           5    $16.01   $33,293      10
          Milling and Planing Machine Setters, Operators,
51-4035   and Tenders, Metal and Plastic                          180      160               -20   -11.1          0          4        4       $13.23   $27,515      10
51-4041   Machinists                                            3,700    3,790                90     2.4          9         49       58       $19.41   $40,385       9


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                             Annual Average                            Average Annual Job               2010-1st Quarter
                                                              Employment        Employment Change           Openings                        Wages
                                                                                                                                                            Education
                                                                                                                 Replace-                                      and
                                                                                                      New         ment      Total       Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                             Numerical             Jobs        Needs     Jobs        Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code     Occupational Title                                  2008      2018        [1]    Percent      [2]         [3]       [4]         [5]        [5]         [7]

        Molding, Coremaking, and Casting Machine
51-4072 Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic     1,160    1,200           40     3.4           4         24       28       $11.85   $24,640      10
        Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and
51-4081 Tenders, Metal and Plastic                               200      190          -10     -5.0       0             4        4       $13.07   $27,178      10
51-4111 Tool and Die Makers                                      320      340           20      6.3       1             2        3       $24.51   $50,965       9
51-4121 Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers               2,510    2,660          150      6.0      15            77       92       $20.28   $42,184       7
        Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters,
51-4122 Operators, and Tenders                                   140      140             0     0.0       1             4        5       $12.96   $26,951      10
51-4199 Metal Workers and Plastic Workers, All Other             360      370            10     2.8       1             5        6       $14.14   $29,409      10
51-5000 Printing Workers                                       2,510    2,470           -40    -1.6       4            41       45          N/A       N/A
51-5011 Bindery Workers                                          220      190           -30   -13.6       0             3        3       $14.31   $29,770      10
51-5021 Job Printers                                             350      350             0     0.0       0             1        1       $17.36   $36,111       9
51-5022 Prepress Technicians and Workers                         420      380           -40    -9.5       0             5        5       $17.75   $36,907       9
51-5023 Printing Machine Operators                             1,430    1,470            40     2.8       3            30       33       $15.41   $32,064      10
51-6000 Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings Workers              5,700    5,500          -200    -3.5      10            58       68          N/A       N/A
51-6011 Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers                       1,710    1,640           -70    -4.1       0            30       30        $9.62   $20,011      10
51-6021 Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials        760      640          -120   -15.8       0             3        3       $10.20   $21,212      11
51-6031 Sewing Machine Operators                               1,780    1,690           -90    -5.1       0            10       10       $10.10   $21,019      10
51-6041 Shoe and Leather Workers and Repairers                   100      100             0     0.0       0             1        1       $10.71   $22,268       9
51-6052 Tailors, Dressmakers, and Custom Sewers                  410      450            40     9.8       5             4        9       $12.80   $26,611       9
        Textile Knitting and Weaving Machine Setters,
51-6063 Operators, and Tenders                                   160      180           20    12.5        1             1        2       $10.73   $22,313      9
51-6093 Upholsterers                                             340      370           30     8.8        4             2        6       $15.11   $31,423      9
51-7000 Woodworkers                                            2,180    2,430          250    11.5       25            48       73          N/A       N/A
51-7011 Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters                     1,220    1,340          120     9.8       13            27       40       $16.70   $34,741      9
51-7021 Furniture Finishers                                      320      340           20     6.3        2             7        9       $13.57   $28,215      9
        Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders,
51-7041 Wood                                                    110       120           10     9.1           2          2           4    $17.15   $35,682      10
        Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, and
51-7042 Tenders, Except Sawing                                  290       350           60    20.7           6          6       12       $13.84   $28,786      10
51-7099 Woodworkers, All Other                                  250       280           30    12.0           3          6        9       $11.92   $24,785      10


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                            Annual Average                             Average Annual Job               2010-1st Quarter
                                                             Employment        Employment Change            Openings                        Wages
                                                                                                                                                            Education
                                                                                                                 Replace-                                      and
                                                                                                      New         ment      Total       Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                           Numerical               Jobs        Needs     Jobs        Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                2008      2018       [1]     Percent       [2]         [3]       [4]         [5]        [5]         [7]
51-8000   Plant and System Operators                          1,470     1,710        240     16.3        26            38       64          N/A       N/A
51-8013   Power Plant Operators                                 310       350         40     12.9         5            11       16       $40.85   $84,978      9
51-8021   Stationary Engineers and Boiler Operators             160       190         30     18.8         3             3        6       $28.01   $58,259      9
          Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and
51-8031   System Operators                                      550      660            110   20.0       12           12        24       $27.71   $57,624      9
51-8091   Chemical Plant and System Operators                   110      100            -10   -9.1        0            2         2       $26.67   $55,474      9
51-9000   Other Production Occupations                       18,800   20,010          1,210    6.4      136          356       492          N/A       N/A
51-9011   Chemical Equipment Operators and Tenders              340      320            -20   -5.9        0            3         3       $18.12   $37,683      10
51-9022   Grinding and Polishing Workers, Hand                  420      450             30    7.1        3            7        10       $12.05   $25,056      10
          Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators,
51-9023   and Tenders                                         1,140    1,460           320    28.1       32            20       52       $13.08   $27,202      10
51-9031   Cutters and Trimmers, Hand                            200      210            10     5.0        0             4        4       $10.09   $20,991      11
          Cutting and Slicing Machine Setters, Operators,
51-9032   and Tenders                                          320       330            10     3.1           1          7           8    $12.96   $26,953      10
          Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and Compacting
51-9041   Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders              180       220            40    22.2           4          4           8    $15.38   $32,006      10
          Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and
51-9061   Weighers                                            4,660    4,800           140     3.0       14            78       92       $15.16   $31,531      10

51-9071 Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers         1,090    1,200           110    10.1       11            23       34       $18.86   $39,227      7
51-9081 Dental Laboratory Technicians                           480      490            10     2.1        1             9       10       $16.48   $34,263      9
        Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and
51-9111 Tenders                                               2,440    2,590           150     6.1       15            41       56       $11.60   $24,121      11
        Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters,
51-9121 Operators, and Tenders                                 580       660            80     13.8          7         15       22       $16.52   $34,349      10
51-9122 Painters, Transportation Equipment                     470       510            40      8.5          5         12       17       $17.89   $37,211      10
51-9132 Photographic Processing Machine Operators              400       280          -120    -30.0          0         10       10       $10.04   $20,882      11
        Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment
51-9192 Operators and Tenders                                  120       120             0     0.0           1          2           3    $11.30   $23,509      10
        Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Except Metal and
51-9195 Plastic                                                270       290            20     7.4           2         13       15       $13.59   $28,265      10



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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                              Annual Average                            Average Annual Job            2010-1st Quarter
                                                               Employment        Employment Change           Openings                     Wages
                                                                                                                                                           Education
                                                                                                                  Replace-                                    and
                                                                                                       New         ment      Total    Median     Median     Training
SOC                                                                              Numerical             Jobs        Needs     Jobs     Hourly     Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                  2008      2018        [1]    Percent      [2]         [3]       [4]      [5]         [5]         [7]
          Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, and
51-9196   Tenders                                                 240      240             0     0.0       0             5        5    $14.79    $30,768      10
51-9198   Helpers--Production Workers                           3,120    3,340           220     7.1      22            55       77    $10.30    $21,430      11
51-9199   Production Workers, All Other                         1,480    1,610           130     8.8      13            34       47    $12.35    $25,704      10
          Transportation and Material Moving
53-0000   Occupations                                         67,820    71,130          3,310    4.9     377         1,658    2,035    $13.11    $27,259
          Supervisors, Transportation and Material Moving
53-1000   Workers                                               2,900    2,940            40     1.4          9         50       59       N/A        N/A
          First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Helpers,
53-1021   Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand                   1,300    1,380            80     6.2          8         23       31    $21.41    $44,543      8
          First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Transportation
          and Material-Moving Machine and Vehicle
53-1031   Operators                                            1,490     1,450            -40   -2.7       0           26        26    $24.61    $51,203      8
53-2000   Air Transportation Workers                             850       930             80    9.4       8           29        37       N/A        N/A
53-2012   Commercial Pilots                                      280       310             30   10.7       3           10        13        [6]   $59,125      7
53-2021   Air Traffic Controllers                                460       510             50   10.9       5           16        21       N/A        N/A      9
53-3000   Motor Vehicle Operators                             27,470    30,180          2,710    9.9     270          489       759       N/A        N/A
          Ambulance Drivers and Attendants, Except
53-3011   Emergency Medical Technicians                           190      190              0    0.0       1            3         4    $11.34    $23,593      10
53-3021   Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity                    2,040    2,230            190    9.3      19           36        55    $16.27    $33,835      10
53-3022   Bus Drivers, School                                   1,620    1,670             50    3.1       5           28        33    $17.85    $37,138      11
53-3031   Driver/Sales Workers                                  2,850    3,050            200    7.0      20           51        71     $9.71    $20,185      11
53-3032   Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer              8,910   10,160          1,250   14.0     125          159       284    $20.43    $42,495      10
53-3033   Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services             9,030    9,740            710    7.9      71          162       233    $14.52    $30,197      11
53-3041   Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs                           1,870    2,120            250   13.4      26           33        59    $11.01    $22,909      11
53-3099   Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other                      960    1,000             40    4.2       4           17        21    $14.28    $29,712      11
53-4000   Rail Transportation Workers                             410      450             40    9.8       4           13        17       N/A        N/A
53-4041   Subway and Streetcar Operators                          140      170             30    2.1       3            5         8      N/A         N/A       8
53-5000   Water Transportation Workers                            360      450             90   25.0       8           16        24       N/A        N/A
53-5011   Sailors and Marine Oilers                               160      190             30   18.8       2            7         9    $11.14    $23,180      11
53-5021   Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels            130      160             30   23.1       3            5         8    $22.76    $47,344       8
53-6000   Other Transportation Workers                          4,640    4,630            -10   -0.2       8          170       178       N/A        N/A


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                                                    2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                               San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                  (San Diego County)
                                                              Annual Average                                Average Annual Job           2010-1st Quarter
                                                               Employment           Employment Change            Openings                    Wages
                                                                                                                                                             Education
                                                                                                                     Replace-                                   and
                                                                                                           New        ment      Total    Median    Median     Training
SOC                                                                                 Numerical              Jobs       Needs     Jobs     Hourly    Annual      Levels
Code      Occupational Title                                   2008       2018         [1]      Percent     [2]        [3]       [4]      [5]        [5]         [7]
53-6021   Parking Lot Attendants                                 3,150      3,050          -100     -3.2       0         113       113    $10.06   $20,918       11
53-6031   Service Station Attendants                               770        790            20      2.6       3          32        35    $10.05   $20,909       11
53-6051   Transportation Inspectors                                100        120            20     20.0       2           2         4    $27.76   $57,738        8
53-6099   Transportation Workers, All Other                        620        660            40      6.5       4          22        26    $15.99   $33,252       11
53-7000   Material Moving Workers                               31,180     31,570           390      1.3      69         891       960       N/A       N/A
53-7021   Crane and Tower Operators                                140        140             0      0.0       0           3         3    $31.20   $64,908      10
          Excavating and Loading Machine and Dragline
53-7032   Operators                                                160        200           40      25.0       4           5         9    $28.54   $59,356      10
53-7051   Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators                 4,090      4,380          290       7.1      29         122       151    $15.56   $32,374      11
53-7061   Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment                     4,020      4,120          100       2.5      10         143       153     $9.27   $19,284      11
          Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers,
53-7062   Hand                                                 14,490     14,620            130      0.9      13         466       479    $11.50   $23,926      11
53-7063   Machine Feeders and Offbearers                          350        300            -50    -14.3       0           4         4    $10.71   $22,271      11
53-7064   Packers and Packagers, Hand                           6,470      6,240           -230     -3.6       0         108       108     $9.34   $19,433      11
53-7081   Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors             1,150      1,290            140     12.2      14          34        48    $19.99   $41,586      11
53-7199   Material Moving Workers, All Other                      140        130            -10     -7.1       0           2         2    $20.20   $42,030      11

          March 2009 Benchmark
          Table includes the self-employed, unpaid family workers, private household workers, and farm employment.
          N/A - Information is not available.
          Occupations with employment below 100 in 2008 are excluded.
          Occupation subtotals may not add to the totals due to rounding and the suppression of data.

     [1] Numerical Employment Change is the net difference between the base and projected year employment and reflects job growth or decline. The base and
         projected year employment are independently rounded to 10. Therefore, numerical change may not equal new jobs.
     [2] New Jobs are only openings due to growth and do not include job declines. If an occupation's employment change is negative, there is no job growth and new
         jobs are set to zero. New Jobs may not equal Numerical Change.
     [3] Replacement Needs estimate of the number of job openings created when workers retire or permanently leave an occupation and need to be replaced.
     [4] Total Jobs are the sum of new jobs and replacement needs.
     [5] Median Hourly and Annual Wages are the estimated 50th percentile of the distribution of wages; 50 percent of workers in an occupation earn wages below, and
         50 percent earn wages above the median wage. The wages are from 2010-1st quarter and do not include self-employed or unpaid family workers.



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                                                     2008-2018 Occupational Employment Projections
                                                San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area
                                                                   (San Diego County)
                                                                  Annual Average                                   Average Annual Job       2010-1st Quarter
                                                                   Employment          Employment Change                Openings                Wages
                                                                                                                                                               Education
                                                                                                                         Replace-                                 and
                                                                                                                  New     ment      Total   Median   Median     Training
SOC                                                                                      Numerical                Jobs    Needs     Jobs    Hourly   Annual      Levels
Code       Occupational Title                                      2008       2018           [1]       Percent     [2]     [3]       [4]     [5]       [5]         [7]
       [6] In occupations where workers do not work full-time all year-round, it is not possible to calculate an hourly wage.
       [7] Occupational training and education classifications were developed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
           For more information on the classifications, please see the BLS Training Definitions.
            1 - First Professional Degree - LLD/MD
            2 - Doctoral Degree
            3 - Master's Degree
            4 - Bachelor's Degree or Higher and Some Work Experience
            5 - Bachelor's Degree
            6 - Associate Degree
            7 - Post-Secondary Vocational Education
            8 - Work Experience in a Related Occupation
            9 - Long-Term On-the-Job Training
           10 - Moderate-Term On-the-Job Training
           11 - Short-Term On-the-Job Training




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