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Colorado Springs Occupational Employment Outlook Sorted by Occupational Group (11-39)
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                                     Base Year Projected Year Employment     Average Annual Job Openings d
                                    Employment Employment Change 2002 - 2012               to:
  SOC       Occupational Title

                                       2002         2012           Number   Percent   Growth

          Advertising &
11-2011                                       140           170        30      2.1%            5
          Promotions Managers
11-2021   Marketing Managers                  460           620       160      3.5%        25
11-2022   Sales Managers                      520           790       270      5.2%        35
          Public Relations
11-2031                                       180           210        30      1.7%            5
          Managers
          Administrative Services
11-3011                                       530           660       130      2.5%        25
          Managers

          Computer & Information
11-3021                                       590           830       240      4.1%        35
          Systems Managers

11-3031   Financial Managers                  890          1,160      270      3.0%        40
          Industrial Production
11-3051                                       290           400       110      3.8%        15
          Managers
11-3061   Purchasing Managers                 160           190        30      1.9%            5
          Transportation,
11-3071   Storage, & Distribution             190           240        50      2.6%        10
          Managers
11-9021   Construction Managers           1,010            1,320      310      3.1%        50

          Education
          Administrators,
11-9031                                       120           160        40      3.3%            5
          Preschool & Child Care
          Center/Program
          Education
          Administrators,
11-9032                                       460           580       120      2.6%        25
          Elementary &
          Secondary School
          Education
11-9033   Administrators,                     110           150        40      3.6%            5
          Postsecondary
11-9041   Engineering Managers                950          1,180      230      2.4%        40

11-9051   Food Service Managers               550           690       140      2.5%        25

11-9081   Lodging Managers                    120           150        30      2.5%            5
          Medical & Health
11-9111                                       480           600       120      2.5%        20
          Services Managers
          Natural Sciences
11-9121                                       60             70        10      1.7%            0
          Managers
          Property, Real Estate, &
11-9141   Community Association       880    1,090    210    2.4%   40
          Managers
          Social & Community
11-9151                               390     470      80    2.1%   15
          Service Managers
11-9199   Managers, All Other        3,490   4,200    710    2.0%   140
11-1011   Chief Executives             460     570    110    2.4%    20
          General & Operations
11-1021                              3,660   4,730   1,070   2.9%   175
          Managers
          Wholesale & Retail
13-1022   Buyers, Except Farm         130     160      30    2.3%    5
          Products
          Purchasing Agents,
13-1023   Except Wholesale,           730     890     160    2.2%   35
          Retail, & Farm Products

          Claims Adjusters,
13-1031   Examiners, &                710    1,040    330    4.6%   40
          Investigators
13-1051   Cost Estimators             400     570     170    4.3%   25
          Employment,
13-1071   Recruitment, &              210     280      70    3.3%   10
          Placement Specialists
          Compensation,
13-1072   Benefits, & Job Analysis    190     260      70    3.7%   10
          Specialists

          Training & Development
13-1073                               720     940     220    3.1%   35
          Specialists

13-1111   Management Analysts        1,910   2,490    580    3.0%   85
          Meeting & Convention
13-1121                               200     240      40    2.0%   10
          Planners
          Business Operations
13-1199                              3,540   4,610   1,070   3.0%   165
          Specialists, All Other

13-2011   Accountants & Auditors     1,940   2,490    550    2.8%   90

13-2031   Budget Analysts             220     250      30    1.4%    5
13-2041   Credit Analysts              80     110      30    3.8%    5
13-2051   Financial Analysts          210     290      80    3.8%   10
          Personal Financial
13-2052                               310     480     170    5.5%   20
          Advisors

13-2053   Insurance Underwriters      250     360     110    4.4%   15

13-2072   Loan Officers               670    1,000    330    4.9%   45
          Tax Examiners,
13-2081   Collectors, & Revenue        70      80      10    1.4%    5
          Agents
13-2082   Tax Preparers               110     130      20    1.8%    5
          Financial Specialists, All
13-2099                                 320     410      90    2.8%   15
          Other
          Computer & Information
15-1011                                  50      60      10    2.0%    0
          Scientists, Research

          Computer
15-1021                                1,560   1,870    310    2.0%   70
          Programmers
          Computer Software
15-1031                                1,710   2,470    760    4.4%   95
          Engineers, Applications

          Computer Software
15-1032   Engineers, Systems           2,730   4,210   1,480   5.4%   175
          Software
          Computer Support
15-1041                                1,610   2,180    570    3.5%   75
          Specialists
          Computer Systems
15-1051                                1,600   2,210    610    3.8%   80
          Analysts
          Database
15-1061                                 340     500     160    4.7%   20
          Administrators
          Network & Computer
15-1071                                 720    1,020    300    4.2%   40
          Systems Administrators

          Network Systems &
15-1081   Data Communications           480     750     270    5.6%   35
          Analysts
          Computer Specialists,
15-1099                                 640     880     240    3.8%   30
          All Other
          Operations Research
15-2031                                 130     140      10    0.8%    5
          Analysts
          Architects, Except
17-1011                                 420     500      80    1.9%   15
          Landscape & Naval
17-2051   Civil Engineers               510     560      50    1.0%   15
          Computer Hardware
17-2061                                 410     540     130    3.2%   20
          Engineers
17-2071   Electrical Engineers         1,330   1,550    220    1.7%   50
          Electronics Engineers,
17-2072                                1,810   2,230    420    2.3%   80
          Except Computer
          Environmental
17-2081                                  60      90      30    5.0%    5
          Engineers
17-2112   Industrial Engineers          700     950     250    3.6%   40
17-2131   Materials Engineers            70      80      10    1.4%    5
17-2141   Mechanical Engineers          430     480      50    1.2%   15
17-2199   Engineers, All Other          430     530     100    2.3%   20
          Architectural & Civil
17-3011                                 190     200      10    0.5%    5
          Drafters
          Electrical & Electronics
17-3012                                 130     140      10    0.8%    5
          Drafters
17-3013   Mechanical Drafters            70      80      10    1.4%    5
          Civil Engineering
17-3022                                230     250    20    0.9%   5
          Technicians
          Electrical & Electronic
17-3023   Engineering                 1,180   1,610   430   3.6%   70
          Technicians
          Surveying & Mapping
17-3031                                 70      80    10    1.4%   5
          Technicians
19-2031   Chemists                      90     100    10    1.1%   5

          Environmental
19-2041   Scientists & Specialists,    140     170    30    2.1%   5
          Including Health

          Geoscientists, Except
19-2042   Hydrologists &                80     100    20    2.5%   5
          Geographers
          Market Research
19-3021                                270     350    80    3.0%   15
          Analysts
          Clinical, Counseling, &
19-3031                                180     220    40    2.2%   10
          School Psychologists
          Urban & Regional
19-3051                                 80      90    10    1.3%   5
          Planners
          Social Scientists &
19-3099   Related Workers, All         310     360    50    1.6%   10
          Other
          Environmental Science
          & Protection
19-4091                                 50      70    20    4.0%   5
          Technicians, Including
          Health
          Forest & Conservation
19-4093                                 80      90    10    1.3%   5
          Technicians
          Life, Physical, & Social
19-4099   Science Technicians,         130     150    20    1.5%   5
          All Other
          Substance Abuse &
21-1011   Behavioral Disorder          190     240    50    2.6%   10
          Counselors

          Educational, Vocational,
21-1012                                410     480    70    1.7%   15
          & School Counselors

          Rehabilitation
21-1015                                 80     100    20    2.5%   5
          Counselors

          Child, Family, & School
21-1021                                600     780    180   3.0%   30
          Social Workers

          Medical & Public Health
21-1022                                110     130    20    1.8%   5
          Social Workers
          Mental Health &
21-1023   Substance Abuse               50      60    10    2.0%   0
          Social Workers
21-1091   Health Educators              40      50    10    2.5%   0
          Probation Officers &
21-1092   Correctional Treatment    170     230    60    3.5%   10
          Specialists
          Social & Human
21-1093                             360     510    150   4.2%   20
          Service Assistants
21-2011   Clergy                     200     220    20   1.0%    5
23-1011   Lawyers                  1,010   1,220   210   2.1%   35
          Paralegals & Legal
23-2011                             440     540    100   2.3%   15
          Assistants
23-2092   Law Clerks                 40      40     0    0.0%    0
          Preschool Teachers,
25-2011   Except Special            710     950    240   3.4%   30
          Education
          Kindergarten Teachers,
25-2012   Except Special            340     450    110   3.2%   15
          Education
          Elementary School
25-2021   Teachers, Except         3,040   3,640   600   2.0%   125
          Special Education
          Middle School
          Teachers, Except
25-2022                            1,490   1,680   190   1.3%   50
          Special & Vocational
          Education
          Secondary School
          Teachers, Except
25-2031                            2,020   2,490   470   2.3%   105
          Special & Vocational
          Education
          Vocational Education
25-2032   Teachers, Secondary        60      70    10    1.7%    5
          School
          Special Education
          Teachers, Preschool,
25-2041                             330     440    110   3.3%   20
          Kindergarten, &
          Elementary School
          Special Education
25-2042   Teachers, Middle          150     210    60    4.0%   10
          School
          Special Education
25-2043   Teachers, Secondary       230     310    80    3.5%   15
          School
          Adult Literacy,
          Remedial Education, &
25-3011                              30      40    10    3.3%    0
          GED Teachers &
          Instructors
          Self-Enrichment
25-3021                             450     640    190   4.2%   25
          Education Teachers
25-4021   Librarians                170     190    20    1.2%    5
25-4031   Library Technicians       290     350    60    2.1%   15
          Instructional
25-9031                             220     280    60    2.7%   10
          Coordinators
25-9041   Teacher Assistants           2,300   2,920   620   2.7%   105
27-1011   Art Directors                  250     300    50   2.0%    10
          Multi-Media Artists &
27-1014                                 220     280    60    2.7%   10
          Animators
          Commercial & Industrial
27-1021                                 110     130    20    1.8%    5
          Designers
27-1023   Floral Designers              240     270    30    1.3%    5
27-1024   Graphic Designers             390     470    80    2.1%   15
27-1025   Interior Designers             80      90    10    1.3%    0
          Merchandise Displayers
27-1026                                 110     150    40    3.6%    5
          & Window Trimmers

27-2012   Producers & Directors         250     310    60    2.4%   10
27-2022   Coaches & Scouts              230     280    50    2.2%   10
27-2042   Musicians & Singers           100     130    30    3.0%    5
          Public Relations
27-3031                                 420     560    140   3.3%   20
          Specialists
27-3041   Editors                       580     660    80    1.4%   20
27-3042   Technical Writers             190     250    60    3.2%   10
27-3043   Writers & Authors             360     420    60    1.7%   10
          Media &
27-3099   Communication                 110     130    20    1.8%    5
          Workers, All Other

          Audio & Video
27-4011                                  90     130    40    4.4%    5
          Equipment Technicians

          Camera Operators,
27-4031   Television, Video, &           50      50     0    0.0%    0
          Motion Picture

29-1031   Dietitians & Nutritionists    100     110    10    1.0%    5

29-1041   Optometrists                    50      60    10   2.0%     0
29-1051   Pharmacists                    290     450   160   5.5%    20
29-1071   Physician Assistants           170     240    70   4.1%    10
29-1111   Registered Nurses            3,700   4,670   970   2.6%   175
29-1121   Audiologists                    50      70    20   4.0%     5
          Occupational
29-1122                                 190     250    60    3.2%   10
          Therapists
29-1123   Physical Therapists           380     490    110   2.9%   15
29-1126   Respiratory Therapists        170     220     50   2.9%   10
          Speech-Language
29-1127                                 270     340    70    2.6%   15
          Pathologists
29-1131   Veterinarians                 190     230    40    2.1%   10
          Health Diagnosing &
29-1199   Treating Practitioners,        60      80    20    3.3%    5
          All Other
          Medical & Clinical
29-2011   Laboratory                 120     140    20    1.7%   5
          Technologists
          Medical & Clinical
29-2012                              260     300    40    1.5%   10
          Laboratory Technicians

29-2021   Dental Hygienists          370     500    130   3.5%   15
          Cardiovascular
29-2031   Technologists &            110     150    40    3.6%   5
          Technicians
          Diagnostic Medical
29-2032                               70      90    20    2.9%   5
          Sonographers
          Radiologic
29-2034   Technologists &            260     320    60    2.3%   10
          Technicians
          Emergency Medical
29-2041   Technicians &              300     400    100   3.3%   15
          Paramedics
29-2052   Pharmacy Technicians       280     420    140   5.0%   20

29-2055   Surgical Technologists     120     160    40    3.3%   5
          Veterinary
29-2056   Technologists &            150     210    60    4.0%   10
          Technicians
          Licensed Practical &
29-2061   Licensed Vocational        650     710    60    0.9%   15
          Nurses
          Medical Records &
29-2071   Health Information         260     350    90    3.5%   15
          Technicians
29-2081   Opticians, Dispensing      170     220    50    2.9%   10
          Nursing Aides,
31-1012                             1,680   1,900   220   1.3%   45
          Orderlies, & Attendants

          Physical Therapist
31-2021                              100     140    40    4.0%   5
          Assistants
31-9091   Dental Assistants          620      820   200   3.2%   35
31-9092   Medical Assistants         790    1,220   430   5.4%   60
          Medical
31-9094                              140     160    20    1.4%   5
          Transcriptionists
          Healthcare Support
31-9099                              240     290    50    2.1%   10
          Workers, All Other
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers,
33-1099                               50      70    20    4.0%   5
          Protective Service
          Workers, All Other
33-2011   Fire Fighters              580     690    110   1.9%   30
          Correctional Officers &
33-3012                              240     340    100   4.2%   5
          Jailers
          Private Detectives &
33-9021                               60      80      20    3.3%    3
          Investigators
33-9032   Security Guards           1,530   1,950    420    2.7%   75
          Protective Service
33-9099                              610     730     120    2.0%   55
          Workers, All Other
35-1011   Chefs & Head Cooks         400     520     120    3.0%   25
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
35-1012                             1,970   2,580    610    3.1%   110
          of Food Preparation &
          Serving Workers
35-2011   Cooks, Fast Food           510     610     100    2.0%   25
          Cooks, Institution &
35-2012                              470     490      20    0.4%   15
          Cafeteria
35-2014   Cooks, Restaurant         2,060   2,690    630    3.1%   125
35-2015   Cooks, Short Order          540     660    120    2.2%    30
          Food Preparation
35-2021                             1,560   2,090    530    3.4%   110
          Workers
35-3011   Bartenders                1,220   1,420    200    1.6%   70
          Combined Food
          Preparation & Serving
35-3021                             4,870   6,860   1,990   4.1%   410
          Workers, Including Fast
          Food
          Counter Attendants,
          Cafeteria, Food
35-3022                              390     500     110    2.8%   35
          Concession, & Coffee
          Shop
35-3031   Waiters & Waitresses      5,810   7,650   1,840   3.2%   485
          Food Servers,
35-3041                              340     380      40    1.2%   15
          Nonrestaurant
          Dining Room &
35-9011   Cafeteria Attendants &     900    1,120    220    2.4%   50
          Bartender Helpers
35-9021   Dishwashers               1,320   1,590    270    2.0%   70
          Hosts & Hostesses,
35-9031   Restaurant, Lounge, &      820    1,090    270    3.3%   55
          Coffee Shop
          Food Preparation &
35-9099   Serving Related            350     410      60    1.7%   15
          Workers, All Other
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
37-1011                              450     520      70    1.6%   20
          of Housekeeping &
          Janitorial Workers
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
          of Landscaping, Lawn
37-1012                              190     230      40    2.1%    5
          Service, &
          Groundskeeping
          Workers
          Janitors & Cleaners,
37-2011   Except Maids &             3,940   4,790   850   2.2%   160
          Housekeeping Cleaners

          Maids & Housekeeping
37-2012                              3,320   3,740   420   1.3%   110
          Cleaners

37-2021   Pest Control Workers         40      40     0    0.0%    0
          Landscaping &
37-3011   Groundskeeping             2,030   2,500   470   2.3%   90
          Workers
          Pesticide Handlers,
37-3012   Sprayers, & Applicators,     50      60    10    2.0%    0
          Vegetation

          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
39-1021                               930    1,120   190   2.0%   45
          of Personal Service
          Workers
          Nonfarm Animal
39-2021                               260     320    60    2.3%   15
          Caretakers
          Ushers, Lobby
39-3031   Attendants, & Ticket        260     320    60    2.3%   20
          Takers
          Amusement &
39-3091                               290     350    60    2.1%   15
          Recreation Attendants
          Locker Room,
39-3093   Coatroom, & Dressing         50      60    10    2.0%    0
          Room Attendants
          Hairdressers,
39-5012   Hairstylists, &            1,450   1,650   200   1.4%   50
          Cosmetologists
          Manicurists &
39-5092                                80     100    20    2.5%    5
          Pedicurists
39-5094   Skin Care Specialists       250     290    40    1.6%   10
          Baggage Porters &
39-6011                               120     180    60    5.0%   10
          Bellhops
39-6012   Concierges                   30      40    10    3.3%    0
39-6021   Tour Guides & Escorts       210     240    30    1.4%   10

39-9011   Child Care Workers         4,060   4,920   860   2.1%   195
          Personal & Home Care
39-9021                               860    1,010   150   1.7%   30
          Aides
          Fitness Trainers &
39-9031                               760    1,010   250   3.3%   45
          Aerobics Instructors
39-9032   Recreation Workers          690     820    130   1.9%   30
          Personal Care &
39-9099   Service Workers, All        180     220    40    2.2%   10
          Other
nal Group (11-39)


  Average Annual Job Openings due
                to:


           Replacements    Total

                       5       10

                      10       35
                      10       45

                       5       10

                      10       35


                      10       45

                      15       55
                       5       20

                       5       10

                       5       15


                      20       70


                       5       10




                      10       35



                       5       10

                      20       60

                      10       35

                       0           5
                      10       30

                       0           0
15   55


5    20

70   210
10    30

70   245


5    10



20   55



10   50

10   35

5    15


5    15


10   45

25   110
5    15

60   225

35   125

5    10
0     5
5    15

5    25

5    20

10   55

0     5

0     5
5    20


0     0


35   105


15   110


25   200


20   95

20   100

5    25


10   50


5    40


5    35

5    10

5    20

10   25

5    25

25   75

35   115

0     5

15   55
 0    5
10   25
10   30
5    10

5    10

0     5
5    10


25   95


0    5

5    10


0    5



0    5


5    20

5    15

5    10


5    15



0    5


0    5


5    10


5    15


10   25


0    5


10   40


0    5


0    0

0    0
5    15


5    25

 5   10
15   50

5    20

0     0

10   40


5    20


65   190



35   85




55   160



0     5



10   30



5    15


5    20



0     0


5    30

 5   10
10   25
5    15
45   150
 5    15

5    15

0     5

5    10
5    20
0     0

0     5

5    15
5    15
0     5

5    25

15   35
 5   15
 5   15

0     5


0     5


0     0


5    10

 0     0
 5    25
 5    15
75   250
 0     5
5    15

5    20
5    15
5    20

5    15

0     5
5    10


5    15

5    20

0    5


0    5


5    15


5    20


5    25

0    5

0    10


15   30


5    20

5    15

20   65


0    5

15   50
15   75
5    10

5    15


0    5


15   45
5    10
 0     3

35    110
40    95

10    35


45    155


15    40

15    30

65    190
15     45

55    165

50    120


210   620




25    60


300   785
10    25


30    80

45    115

25    80


10    25



10    30




 0     5
75    235



70    180

 0     0

45    135



 0     0




25    70


 5    20


15    35


10    25


 0     0


30    80


 0     5

 5    15

 5    15

 0     0
 5    15

110   305
15    45

20    65

15    45

 5    15
                                       Colorado Labor Market Information
Colorado Springs Occupational Employment Outlook Sorted by Occupational Group (41-53)
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                                                       Projected
                                     Base Year                      Employment      Average Annual Job Openings d
                                                         Year
                                    Employment                   Change 2002 - 2012               to:
  SOC       Occupational Title                        Employment

                                       2002              2012         Number    Percent    Growth

          First-Line
41-1011   Supervisors/Managers                3,660          4,670      1,010      2.8%        165
          of Retail Sales Workers

          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
41-1012                                       1,230          1,550       320       2.6%         55
          of Non-Retail Sales
          Workers
41-2011   Cashiers                            6,440          8,400      1,960      3.0%        510
          Counter & Rental
41-2021                                       1,130          1,520       390       3.5%         80
          Clerks
41-2022   Parts Salespersons                    370            400         30      0.8%         15
41-2031   Retail Salespersons                 9,340         12,520      3,180      3.4%        660
          Advertising Sales
41-3011                                        260              290       30       1.2%         10
          Agents
          Securities,
          Commodities, &
41-3031                                        450              640      190       4.2%         25
          Financial Services
          Sales Agents
41-3041   Travel Agents                        210              170       -40      -1.9%            0

          Sales Representatives,
          Wholesale &
41-4011   Manufacturing,                       440              590      150       3.4%         25
          Technical & Scientific
          Products

          Sales Representatives,
          Wholesale &
41-4012   Manufacturing, Except               2,010          2,680       670       3.3%        120
          Technical & Scientific
          Products

          Demonstrators &
41-9011                                        170              240       70       4.1%         10
          Product Promoters
41-9031   Sales Engineers                        60             80         20       3.3%         5
41-9041   Telemarketers                       1,960          1,750       -210      -1.1%        10
          Sales & Related
41-9099                                       1,550          2,100       550       3.5%         85
          Workers, All Other
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
43-1011   of Office &                2,780   3,200    420    1.5%   100
          Administrative Support
          Workers
          Switchboard Operators,
43-2011   Including Answering         520     550      30    0.6%   15
          Service
          Bill & Account
43-3011                              1,230   1,570    340    2.8%   55
          Collectors
          Billing & Posting Clerks
43-3021                               830     930     100    1.2%   25
          & Machine Operators

          Bookkeeping,
43-3031   Accounting, & Auditing     3,960   4,600    640    1.6%   140
          Clerks
          Payroll & Timekeeping
43-3051                               280     340      60    2.1%   15
          Clerks
43-3061   Procurement Clerks          180     190      10    0.6%    5

43-4021   Correspondence Clerks        70      80      10    1.4%    5

          Court, Municipal, &
43-4031                               220     290      70    3.2%   10
          License Clerks
          Credit Authorizers,
43-4041                               210     230      20    1.0%    5
          Checkers, & Clerks
          Customer Service
43-4051                              5,000   7,140   2,140   4.3%   290
          Representatives
43-4071   File Clerks                 390     420      30    0.8%   15
          Hotel, Motel, & Resort
43-4081                               310     420     110    3.5%   25
          Desk Clerks
          Interviewers, Except
43-4111                               440     570     130    3.0%   25
          Eligibility & Loan
          Loan Interviewers &
43-4131                               400     440      40    1.0%   10
          Clerks
43-4141   New Accounts Clerks         240     330      90    3.8%   15
43-4151   Order Clerks                580     580       0    0.0%   15
          Human Resources
43-4161   Assistants, Except          320     400      80    2.5%   15
          Payroll & Timekeeping
          Receptionists &
43-4171                              2,470   3,180    710    2.9%   130
          Information Clerks
          Reservation &
43-4181   Transportation Ticket       350     470     120    3.4%   20
          Agents & Travel Clerks

43-5011   Cargo & Freight Agents       40      70      30    7.5%    5

43-5021   Couriers & Messengers       110     120      10    0.9%    5
          Police, Fire, &
43-5031                              110     140    30    2.7%     5
          Ambulance Dispatchers

          Dispatchers, Except
43-5032   Police, Fire, &            280     360    80    2.9%    15
          Ambulance
          Postal Service Mail
43-5052                              720     780    60    0.8%    30
          Carriers
          Postal Service Mail
          Sorters, Processors, &
43-5053                              470     460    -10   -0.2%   10
          Processing Machine
          Operators
          Production, Planning, &
43-5061                              530     710    180   3.4%    30
          Expediting Clerks
          Shipping, Receiving, &
43-5071                              890    1,090   200   2.2%    40
          Traffic Clerks
          Stock Clerks & Order
43-5081                             2,560   2,950   390   1.5%    135
          Fillers
          Weighers, Measurers,
43-5111   Checkers, & Samplers,       70     100    30    4.3%     5
          Recordkeeping

          Executive Secretaries &
43-6011   Administrative            2,260   2,650   390   1.7%    80
          Assistants
43-6012   Legal Secretaries          320     360     40   1.3%    10
43-6013   Medical Secretaries        790     920    130   1.6%    30
          Secretaries, Except
43-6014   Legal, Medical, &         2,980   3,130   150   0.5%    70
          Executive
43-9011   Computer Operators         340     320    -20   -0.6%    5
          Word Processors &
43-9022                              180     160    -20   -1.1%    0
          Typists
43-9031   Desktop Publishers          40      50    10    2.5%     0
          Insurance Claims &
43-9041   Policy Processing          550     740    190   3.5%    30
          Clerks
          Mail Clerks & Mail
43-9051   Machine Operators,         230     230     0    0.0%     5
          Except Postal Service
43-9061   Office Clerks, General    5,880   6,840   960   1.6%    225
          Office Machine
43-9071   Operators, Except          240     240     0    0.0%     5
          Computer
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
47-1011                             1,880   2,570   690   3.7%    100
          of Construction Trades
          & Extraction Workers
          Brickmasons &
47-2021                               360     470     110    3.1%   15
          Blockmasons
47-2031   Carpenters                 2,750   3,680    930    3.4%   140
47-2041   Carpet Installers             60      70     10    1.7%     0
47-2044   Tile & Marble Setters         50      70     20    4.0%     5
          Cement Masons &
47-2051                               470     710     240    5.1%   35
          Concrete Finishers
47-2061   Construction Laborers      2,820   3,970   1,150   4.1%   155
          Paving, Surfacing, &
47-2071   Tamping Equipment            60      80      20    3.3%    5
          Operators
          Operating Engineers &
47-2073   Other Construction          740     990     250    3.4%   45
          Equipment Operators
47-2111   Electricians               1,450   2,080    630    4.3%   90
47-2121   Glaziers                      80     100     20    2.5%    5
          Painters, Construction
47-2141                               920    1,170    250    2.7%   40
          & Maintenance
47-2151   Pipelayers                  120     170      50    4.2%   10
          Plumbers, Pipefitters, &
47-2152                               990    1,360    370    3.7%   60
          Steamfitters
47-2181   Roofers                     820    1,070    250    3.0%   45
47-2211   Sheet Metal Workers         450      630    180    4.0%   30

          Helpers--Brickmasons,
          Blockmasons,
47-3011                               220     260      40    1.8%   15
          Stonemasons, & Tile &
          Marble Setters

47-3012   Helpers--Carpenters          50      80      30    6.0%    5
47-3013   Helpers--Electricians       150     210      60    4.0%   10
          Helpers--Pipelayers,
47-3015   Plumbers, Pipefitters, &    280     360      80    2.9%   20
          Steamfitters
          Construction & Building
47-4011                                90     100      10    1.1%    5
          Inspectors
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
49-1011                               890    1,160    270    3.0%   50
          of Mechanics,
          Installers, & Repairers
          Computer, Automated
49-2011   Teller, & Office Machine    250     280      30    1.2%    5
          Repairers
          Electronic Home
          Entertainment
49-2097                               130     160      30    2.3%    5
          Equipment Installers &
          Repairers
          Automotive Body &
49-3021                               300     370      70    2.3%   15
          Related Repairers
          Automotive Service
49-3023   Technicians &             1,660   2,100   440   2.7%   90
          Mechanics
          Bus & Truck Mechanics
49-3031   & Diesel Engine            330     400    70    2.1%   15
          Specialists
          Mobile Heavy
49-3042   Equipment Mechanics,       190     260    70    3.7%   10
          Except Engines

          Outdoor Power
          Equipment & Other
49-3053                               50      60    10    2.0%   0
          Small Engine
          Mechanics
          Tire Repairers &
49-3093                              190     240    50    2.6%   15
          Changers
          Control & Valve
          Installers & Repairers,
49-9012                               40      40     0    0.0%   0
          Except Mechanical
          Door
          Heating, Air
          Conditioning, &
49-9021                              970    1,410   440   4.5%   55
          Refrigeration
          Mechanics & Installers

          Industrial Machinery
49-9041                              150     200    50    3.3%   10
          Mechanics
          Maintenance & Repair
49-9042                             1,850   2,380   530   2.9%   90
          Workers, General
          Maintenance Workers,
49-9043                               60      90    30    5.0%   5
          Machinery
          Telecommunications
49-9052   Line Installers &          310     380    70    2.3%   15
          Repairers
          Coin, Vending, &
49-9091   Amusement Machine           90     110    20    2.2%   5
          Servicers & Repairers
          Locksmiths & Safe
49-9094                               50      60    10    2.0%   5
          Repairers
          Helpers--Installation,
49-9098   Maintenance, & Repair      310     400    90    2.9%   20
          Workers
          Installation,
49-9099   Maintenance, & Repair      470     590    120   2.6%   25
          Workers, All Other

          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
51-1011                             1,070   1,380   310   2.9%   55
          of Production &
          Operating Workers
          Electrical & Electronic
51-2022                             1,040   1,230   190   1.8%    45
          Equipment Assemblers

          Electromechanical
51-2023                              160     210    50    3.1%    10
          Equipment Assemblers

          Structural Metal
51-2041                               80      90    10    1.3%    5
          Fabricators & Fitters
51-2092   Team Assemblers           1,150   1,330   180   1.6%    50
          Assemblers &
51-2099                              560     650    90    1.6%    25
          Fabricators, All Other
51-3011   Bakers                     240     310    70    2.9%    15
          Butchers & Meat
51-3021                              120     140    20    1.7%    5
          Cutters
          Cutting, Punching, &
          Press Machine Setters,
51-4031                              170     230    60    3.5%    10
          Operators, & Tenders,
          Metal & Plastic

          Grinding, Lapping,
          Polishing, & Buffing
51-4033   Machine Tool Setters,      120     160    40    3.3%    5
          Operators, & Tenders,
          Metal & Plastic
51-4041   Machinists                 830    1,070   240   2.9%    45
          Foundry Mold &
51-4071                               50      70    20    4.0%    5
          Coremakers
51-4111   Tool & Die Makers          100     120    20    2.0%    5
          Welders, Cutters,
51-4121                              210     280    70    3.3%    15
          Solderers, & Brazers
51-5011   Bindery Workers            290     230    -60   -2.1%   0
          Prepress Technicians &
51-5022                              250     190    -60   -2.4%   0
          Workers
          Printing Machine
51-5023                              240     230    -10   -0.4%   5
          Operators
          Laundry & Dry-Cleaning
51-6011                              550     600    50    0.9%    20
          Workers
          Pressers, Textile,
51-6021   Garment, & Related         130     120    -10   -0.8%   0
          Materials
51-6093   Upholsterers               250     260    10    0.4%    5
          Cabinetmakers &
51-7011                              210     240    30    1.4%    10
          Bench Carpenters
          Woodworking Machine
          Setters, Operators, &
51-7042                               50      60    10    2.0%    0
          Tenders, Except
          Sawing
          Stationary Engineers &
51-8021                               60      80    20    3.3%    5
          Boiler Operators
          Water & Liquid Waste
51-8031   Treatment Plant &           130     160    30    2.3%   5
          System Operators
          Plant & System
51-8099                                50      50     0    0.0%   0
          Operators, All Other
          Crushing, Grinding, &
          Polishing Machine
51-9021                                90     100    10    1.1%   5
          Setters, Operators, &
          Tenders
          Grinding & Polishing
51-9022                                80     110    30    3.8%   5
          Workers, Hand
          Mixing & Blending
51-9023   Machine Setters,             60      70    10    1.7%   5
          Operators, & Tenders
          Inspectors, Testers,
51-9061   Sorters, Samplers, &       1,190   1,560   370   3.1%   65
          Weighers
          Dental Laboratory
51-9081                               100     140    40    4.0%   5
          Technicians
          Packaging & Filling
51-9111   Machine Operators &         260     350    90    3.5%   15
          Tenders
          Coating, Painting, &
          Spraying Machine
51-9121                                90     110    20    2.2%   5
          Setters, Operators, &
          Tenders

          Painters, Transportation
51-9122                                60      80    20    3.3%   5
          Equipment

          Painting, Coating, &
51-9123                                70     110    40    5.7%   5
          Decorating Workers
          Photographic
51-9132   Processing Machine          190     220    30    1.6%   10
          Operators
51-9194   Etchers & Engravers          30      40    10    3.3%   0
          Paper Goods Machine
51-9196   Setters, Operators, &        50      50     0    0.0%   0
          Tenders
          Helpers--Production
51-9198                               150     180    30    2.0%   5
          Workers
          Production Workers, All
51-9199                               360     490    130   3.6%   20
          Other
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
53-1021                               200     260    60    3.0%   10
          of Helpers, Laborers, &
          Material Movers, Hand
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
          of Transportation &
53-1031                              290     360    70    2.4%   15
          Material-Moving
          Machine & Vehicle
          Operators
          Bus Drivers, Transit &
53-3021                              270     390    120   4.4%   20
          Intercity
53-3022   Bus Drivers, School        920    1,100   180   2.0%   40
53-3031   Driver/Sales Workers       680      840   160   2.4%   25
          Truck Drivers, Heavy &
53-3032                             1,850   2,510   660   3.6%   95
          Tractor-Trailer
          Truck Drivers, Light or
53-3033                             1,820   2,370   550   3.0%   70
          Delivery Services
          Taxi Drivers &
53-3041                              350     460    110   3.1%   15
          Chauffeurs
          Motor Vehicle
53-3099                              250     300    50    2.0%   10
          Operators, All Other

53-6021   Parking Lot Attendants     110     130    20    1.8%    5

          Service Station
53-6031                              210     260    50    2.4%   15
          Attendants
          Crane & Tower
53-7021                               40      60    20    5.0%    5
          Operators
          Excavating & Loading
53-7032   Machine & Dragline         380     510    130   3.4%   25
          Operators
          Industrial Truck &
53-7051                              690     890    200   2.9%   35
          Tractor Operators
          Cleaners of Vehicles &
53-7061                              790     950    160   2.0%   45
          Equipment
          Laborers & Freight,
53-7062   Stock, & Material         2,370   2,840   470   2.0%   125
          Movers, Hand
          Packers & Packagers,
53-7064                             1,190   1,480   290   2.4%   50
          Hand
al Group (41-53)


 Average Annual Job Openings due
               to:

           Replacements   Total


                     65      230




                     25       80


                    315      825

                     45      125

                     10       25
                    340    1,000

                      5       15


                      5       30


                      5           5



                     10       35




                     55      175




                      5       15

                      0        5
                     30       40
                     30      115
60   160




15   30


25   80


15   40


75   215


10   25

5    10

0     5

5    15

5    10

75   365

10   25

15   40

10   35

5    15

 5   20
15   30

5    20


60   190


10   30


0     5

5    10
 0     5


 5    20


25    55


10    20


15    45

20    60

95    230


 0     5



45    125

 5    15
15    45

55    125

 5    10
 5     5

 0     0

10    40


 5    10

130   355

 5    10



30    130
5    20

45   185
 0     0
 0     5
10   45

40   195

0     5


20   65

30   120
 0     5

15   55

5    15

25   85

20   65
10   40


10   25


0     5
5    15

10   30


0     5


20   70



5    10



5    10


5    20
45   135


10   25



5    15




0     0


10   25


0     0




15   70



5    15

35   125

0     5


10   25


0     5


0     5


10   30



10   35




20   75
25   70


5    15


0    5

30   80
15   40

5    20
5    10



5    15




0    5


20   65
0    5

0    5

5    20

10   10
5    5

5    10

15   35


0    0

5    10
5    15


0    0


0    5
5    10


0    0


0    5


0    5


0    5


25   90


0    5


5    20



0    5



0    5


0    5


5    15

0    0

0    0


5    10

10   30



5    15
5    20




5    25

20   60
10   35
30   125

15   85

5    20

5    15

5    10

10   25

0     5


10   35


15   50

25   70


75   200


20   70
                                         Colorado Labor Market Information
                 Colorado Springs Occupational Employment Outlook Sorted Alphabetically (A-H)
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                                      Base Year        Projected Year Employment      Average Annual Job Opening
                                     Employment         Employment Change 2002 - 2012               to:
  SOC       Occupational Title
                                        2002               2012           Number    Percent    Growth

13-2011   Accountants & Auditors               1,940              2,490      550       2.8%         90

          Administrative Services
11-3011                                         530                660       130       2.5%         25
          Managers
          Adult Literacy,
          Remedial Education, &
25-3011                                          30                 40        10       3.3%             0
          GED Teachers &
          Instructors
          Advertising &
11-2011                                         140                170        30       2.1%             5
          Promotions Managers
          Advertising Sales
41-3011                                         260                290        30       1.2%         10
          Agents
          Amusement &
39-3091                                         290                350        60       2.1%         15
          Recreation Attendants
          Architects, Except
17-1011                                         420                500        80       1.9%         15
          Landscape & Naval
          Architectural & Civil
17-3011                                         190                200        10       0.5%             5
          Drafters
27-1011   Art Directors                         250                300        50       2.0%         10
          Assemblers &
51-2099                                         560                650        90       1.6%         25
          Fabricators, All Other
          Audio & Video
27-4011                                          90                130        40       4.4%             5
          Equipment Technicians

29-1121   Audiologists                           50                 70        20       4.0%             5
          Automotive Body &
49-3021                                         300                370        70       2.3%         15
          Related Repairers
          Automotive Service
49-3023   Technicians &                        1,660              2,100      440       2.7%         90
          Mechanics
          Baggage Porters &
39-6011                                         120                180        60       5.0%         10
          Bellhops
51-3011   Bakers                                 240                310       70       2.9%         15
35-3011   Bartenders                           1,220              1,420      200       1.6%         70
          Bill & Account
43-3011                                        1,230              1,570      340       2.8%         55
          Collectors
          Billing & Posting Clerks
43-3021                                         830                930       100       1.2%         25
          & Machine Operators

51-5011   Bindery Workers                       290                230        -60      -2.1%            0
          Bookkeeping,
43-3031   Accounting, & Auditing    3,960   4,600    640    1.6%   140
          Clerks
          Brickmasons &
47-2021                              360     470     110    3.1%   15
          Blockmasons
13-2031   Budget Analysts            220     250      30    1.4%    5
          Bus & Truck Mechanics
49-3031   & Diesel Engine            330     400      70    2.1%   15
          Specialists
53-3022   Bus Drivers, School        920    1,100    180    2.0%   40
          Bus Drivers, Transit &
53-3021                              270     390     120    4.4%   20
          Intercity
          Business Operations
13-1199                             3,540   4,610   1,070   3.0%   165
          Specialists, All Other
          Butchers & Meat
51-3021                              120     140      20    1.7%    5
          Cutters
          Cabinetmakers &
51-7011                              210     240      30    1.4%   10
          Bench Carpenters
          Camera Operators,
27-4031   Television, Video, &        50      50       0    0.0%    0
          Motion Picture
          Cardiovascular
29-2031   Technologists &            110     150      40    3.6%    5
          Technicians

43-5011   Cargo & Freight Agents      40      70      30    7.5%    5

47-2031   Carpenters                2,750   3,680     930   3.4%   140
47-2041   Carpet Installers            60      70      10   1.7%     0
41-2011   Cashiers                  6,440   8,400   1,960   3.0%   510
          Cement Masons &
47-2051                              470     710     240    5.1%   35
          Concrete Finishers
35-1011   Chefs & Head Cooks          400     520    120    3.0%    25
19-2031   Chemists                     90     100     10    1.1%     5
11-1011   Chief Executives            460     570    110    2.4%    20
39-9011   Child Care Workers        4,060   4,920    860    2.1%   195
          Child, Family, & School
21-1021                              600     780     180    3.0%   30
          Social Workers

          Civil Engineering
17-3022                              230     250      20    0.9%    5
          Technicians
17-2051   Civil Engineers            510     560      50    1.0%   15
          Claims Adjusters,
13-1031   Examiners, &               710    1,040    330    4.6%   40
          Investigators
          Cleaners of Vehicles &
53-7061                              790     950     160    2.0%   45
          Equipment
21-2011   Clergy                     200     220      20    1.0%    5
          Clinical, Counseling, &
19-3031                              180     220      40    2.2%   10
          School Psychologists
27-2022   Coaches & Scouts            230     280      50    2.2%    10
          Coating, Painting, &
          Spraying Machine
51-9121                                90     110      20    2.2%     5
          Setters, Operators, &
          Tenders
          Coin, Vending, &
49-9091   Amusement Machine            90     110      20    2.2%     5
          Servicers & Repairers
          Combined Food
          Preparation & Serving
35-3021                              4,870   6,860   1,990   4.1%    410
          Workers, Including Fast
          Food
          Commercial & Industrial
27-1021                               110     130      20    1.8%     5
          Designers
          Compensation,
13-1072   Benefits, & Job Analysis    190     260      70    3.7%    10
          Specialists
          Computer & Information
15-1011                                50      60      10    2.0%     0
          Scientists, Research

          Computer & Information
11-3021                               590     830     240    4.1%    35
          Systems Managers

          Computer Hardware
17-2061                               410     540     130    3.2%    20
          Engineers
43-9011   Computer Operators          340     320      -20   -0.6%    5
          Computer
15-1021                              1,560   1,870    310    2.0%    70
          Programmers

          Computer Software
15-1031                              1,710   2,470    760    4.4%    95
          Engineers, Applications

          Computer Software
15-1032   Engineers, Systems         2,730   4,210   1,480   5.4%    175
          Software
          Computer Specialists,
15-1099                               640     880     240    3.8%    30
          All Other
          Computer Support
15-1041                              1,610   2,180    570    3.5%    75
          Specialists
          Computer Systems
15-1051                              1,600   2,210    610    3.8%    80
          Analysts
          Computer, Automated
49-2011   Teller, & Office Machine    250     280      30    1.2%     5
          Repairers
39-6012   Concierges                   30      40      10    3.3%     0
          Construction & Building
47-4011                                90     100      10    1.1%     5
          Inspectors
47-2061   Construction Laborers      2,820   3,970   1,150   4.1%    155
11-9021   Construction Managers      1,010   1,320    310    3.1%    50
          Control & Valve
          Installers & Repairers,
49-9012                               40      40       0    0.0%    0
          Except Mechanical
          Door
35-2011   Cooks, Fast Food           510     610     100    2.0%   25
          Cooks, Institution &
35-2012                              470     490      20    0.4%   15
          Cafeteria
35-2014   Cooks, Restaurant         2,060   2,690    630    3.1%   125
35-2015   Cooks, Short Order          540     660    120    2.2%    30
          Correctional Officers &
33-3012                              240     340     100    4.2%   15
          Jailers

43-4021   Correspondence Clerks       70      80      10    1.4%    5

13-1051   Cost Estimators            400     570     170    4.3%   25
          Counter & Rental
41-2021                             1,130   1,520    390    3.5%   80
          Clerks
          Counter Attendants,
          Cafeteria, Food
35-3022                              390     500     110    2.8%   35
          Concession, & Coffee
          Shop
43-5021   Couriers & Messengers      110     120      10    0.9%    5

          Court, Municipal, &
43-4031                              220     290      70    3.2%   10
          License Clerks
          Crane & Tower
53-7021                               40      60      20    5.0%    5
          Operators
13-2041   Credit Analysts             80     110      30    3.8%    5
          Credit Authorizers,
43-4041                              210     230      20    1.0%    5
          Checkers, & Clerks
          Crushing, Grinding, &
          Polishing Machine
51-9021                               90     100      10    1.1%    5
          Setters, Operators, &
          Tenders
          Customer Service
43-4051                             5,000   7,140   2,140   4.3%   290
          Representatives

          Cutting, Punching, &
          Press Machine Setters,
51-4031                              170     230      60    3.5%   10
          Operators, & Tenders,
          Metal & Plastic

          Database
15-1061                              340     500     160    4.7%   20
          Administrators
          Demonstrators &
41-9011                              170     240      70    4.1%   10
          Product Promoters
31-9091   Dental Assistants          620     820     200    3.2%   35
29-2021   Dental Hygienists          370     500     130    3.5%   15
          Dental Laboratory
51-9081                              100     140      40    4.0%    5
          Technicians
43-9031   Desktop Publishers          40      50      10    2.5%    0
          Diagnostic Medical
29-2032                                  70      90    20    2.9%    5
          Sonographers
29-1031   Dietitians & Nutritionists    100     110    10    1.0%    5

          Dining Room &
35-9011   Cafeteria Attendants &        900    1,120   220   2.4%   50
          Bartender Helpers
35-9021   Dishwashers                  1,320   1,590   270   2.0%   70
          Dispatchers, Except
43-5032   Police, Fire, &               280     360    80    2.9%   15
          Ambulance
53-3031   Driver/Sales Workers          680     840    160   2.4%   25
27-3041   Editors                       580     660     80   1.4%   20
          Education
          Administrators,
11-9032                                 460     580    120   2.6%   25
          Elementary &
          Secondary School
          Education
11-9033   Administrators,               110     150    40    3.6%    5
          Postsecondary
          Education
          Administrators,
11-9031                                 120     160    40    3.3%    5
          Preschool & Child Care
          Center/Program
          Educational, Vocational,
21-1012                                 410     480    70    1.7%   15
          & School Counselors

          Electrical & Electronic
17-3023   Engineering                  1,180   1,610   430   3.6%   70
          Technicians
          Electrical & Electronic
51-2022                                1,040   1,230   190   1.8%   45
          Equipment Assemblers

          Electrical & Electronics
17-3012                                 130     140    10    0.8%    5
          Drafters
17-2071   Electrical Engineers         1,330   1,550   220   1.7%   50
47-2111   Electricians                 1,450   2,080   630   4.3%   90

          Electromechanical
51-2023                                 160     210    50    3.1%   10
          Equipment Assemblers

          Electronic Home
          Entertainment
49-2097                                 130     160    30    2.3%    5
          Equipment Installers &
          Repairers
          Electronics Engineers,
17-2072                                1,810   2,230   420   2.3%   80
          Except Computer
          Elementary School
25-2021   Teachers, Except             3,040   3,640   600   2.0%   125
          Special Education
          Emergency Medical
29-2041   Technicians &                 300     400    100   3.3%   15
          Paramedics
          Employment,
13-1071   Recruitment, &                210     280    70    3.3%   10
          Placement Specialists
11-9041   Engineering Managers          950    1,180   230   2.4%   40
17-2199   Engineers, All Other          430      530   100   2.3%   20
          Environmental
17-2081                                  60      90    30    5.0%    5
          Engineers
          Environmental Science
          & Protection
19-4091                                  50      70    20    4.0%    5
          Technicians, Including
          Health

          Environmental
19-2041   Scientists & Specialists,     140     170    30    2.1%    5
          Including Health

51-9194   Etchers & Engravers            30      40    10    3.3%    0
          Excavating & Loading
53-7032   Machine & Dragline            380     510    130   3.4%   25
          Operators
          Executive Secretaries &
43-6011   Administrative               2,260   2,650   390   1.7%   80
          Assistants
43-4071   File Clerks                   390      420    30   0.8%   15
13-2051   Financial Analysts            210      290    80   3.8%   10
11-3031   Financial Managers            890    1,160   270   3.0%   40
          Financial Specialists, All
13-2099                                 320     410    90    2.8%   15
          Other
33-2011   Fire Fighters                 580     690    110   1.9%   30
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
47-1011                                1,880   2,570   690   3.7%   100
          of Construction Trades
          & Extraction Workers
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
35-1012                                1,970   2,580   610   3.1%   110
          of Food Preparation &
          Serving Workers
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
53-1021                                 200     260    60    3.0%   10
          of Helpers, Laborers, &
          Material Movers, H&
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
37-1011                                 450     520    70    1.6%   20
          of Housekeeping &
          Janitorial Workers
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
          of Landscaping, Lawn
37-1012                              190     230      40    2.1%    5
          Service, &
          Groundskeeping
          Workers
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
49-1011                              890    1,160    270    3.0%   50
          of Mechanics,
          Installers, & Repairers
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
41-1012                             1,230   1,550    320    2.6%   55
          of Non-Retail Sales
          Workers
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
43-1011   of Office &               2,780   3,200    420    1.5%   100
          Administrative Support
          Workers
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
39-1021                              930    1,120    190    2.0%   45
          of Personal Service
          Workers
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
51-1011                             1,070   1,380    310    2.9%   55
          of Production &
          Operating Workers

          First-Line
41-1011   Supervisors/Managers      3,660   4,670   1,010   2.8%   165
          of Retail Sales Workers

          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers
          of Transportation &
53-1031                              290     360      70    2.4%   15
          Material-Moving
          Machine & Vehicle
          Operators
          First-Line
          Supervisors/Managers,
33-1099                               50      70      20    4.0%    5
          Protective Service
          Workers, All Other
          Fitness Trainers &
39-9031                              760    1,010    250    3.3%   45
          Aerobics Instructors
27-1023   Floral Designers           240     270      30    1.3%    5
          Food Preparation &
35-9099   Serving Related            350     410      60    1.7%   15
          Workers, All Other
          Food Preparation
35-2021                             1,560   2,090    530    3.4%   110
          Workers
          Food Servers,
35-3041                               340     380      40    1.2%   15
          Nonrestaurant
11-9051   Food Service Managers       550     690     140    2.5%   25

          Forest & Conservation
19-4093                                80      90      10    1.3%    5
          Technicians
          Foundry Mold &
51-4071                                50      70      20    4.0%    5
          Coremakers
          General & Operations
11-1021                              3,660   4,730   1,070   2.9%   175
          Managers
          Geoscientists, Except
19-2042   Hydrologists &               80     100      20    2.5%    5
          Geographers
47-2121   Glaziers                     80     100      20    2.5%    5
27-1024   Graphic Designers           390     470      80    2.1%   15
          Grinding & Polishing
51-9022                                80     110      30    3.8%    5
          Workers, H&
          Grinding, Lapping,
          Polishing, & Buffing
51-4033   Machine Tool Setters,       120     160      40    3.3%    5
          Operators, & Tenders,
          Metal & Plastic
          Hairdressers,
39-5012   Hairstylists, &            1,450   1,650    200    1.4%   50
          Cosmetologists
          Health Diagnosing &
29-1199   Treating Practitioners,      60      80      20    3.3%    5
          All Other
21-1091   Health Educators             40      50      10    2.5%    0
          Healthcare Support
31-9099                               240     290      50    2.1%   10
          Workers, All Other
          Heating, Air
          Conditioning, &
49-9021                               970    1,410    440    4.5%   55
          Refrigeration
          Mechanics & Installers

          Helpers--Brickmasons,
          Blockmasons,
47-3011                               220     260      40    1.8%   15
          Stonemasons, & Tile &
          Marble Setters

47-3012   Helpers--Carpenters          50      80      30    6.0%    5
47-3013   Helpers--Electricians       150     210      60    4.0%   10
          Helpers--Installation,
49-9098   Maintenance, & Repair       310     400      90    2.9%   20
          Workers
          Helpers--Pipelayers,
47-3015   Plumbers, Pipefitters, &    280     360      80    2.9%   20
          Steamfitters
          Helpers--Production
51-9198                            150    180    30    2.0%   5
          Workers
          Hosts & Hostesses,
35-9031   Restaurant, Lounge, &    820   1,090   270   3.3%   55
          Coffee Shop
          Hotel, Motel, & Resort
43-4081                            310    420    110   3.5%   25
          Desk Clerks
          Human Resources
43-4161   Assistants, Except       320    400    80    2.5%   15
          Payroll & Timekeeping
lphabetically (A-H)


 Average Annual Job Openings due
               to:

           Replacements    Total

                      35      125

                      10       35


                      0            0


                      5        10

                      5        15

                      10       25

                      5        20

                      5        10

                      5        15
                      15       40


                      0            5

                      0            5

                      5        20


                      45      135


                      5        15

                       5       20
                      50      120
                      25       80


                      15       40

                      10       10
75    215


 5    20

 5    10

10    25

20    60
 5    25

60    225

 5    10

 5    15


 0     0


 0     5


 0     5

 45   185
  0     0
315   825
10    45

 10    35
  5    10
 10    30
110   305

10    40


 5    10

10    25

10    50


25    70

 5    10
 5    15
 5    15


 0     5



 0     5



210   620


 0     5


 5    15


 0     0


10    45


 5    25

 5    10

35    105


15    110


25    200


 5    35

20    95

20    100


 5    10

 0     0
 0     5

40    195
20    70
0     0


15   40

15   30

65   190
15    45
5    20

0     5

10   35

45   125


25   60


5    10

5    15

0     5

0     5
5    10


0     5


75   365



5    15



5    25

5    15

15   50
 5   20
0     5

0     0
0     5

5    10


30   80

45   115

5    20

10   35
15   35


10   35



5    10



5    10



10   25


25   95


25   70


5    10

25    75
30   120

5    15



5    10


35   115


65   190
5    20


5    15

20   60
10   30

0     5


0     5




0     5


0     0

10   35


45   125

10   25
 5   15
15   55

5    20

15   45


30   130




45   155




5    15




10   30
0     5




20   70




25   80




60   160




25   70




20   75




65   230




5    20




0     5


20   65

5    10

10   25


55   165
10   25

10   35

0     5

0     5

70   245


0     5

0     5
5    20

0     5



0     5




30   80


0     5

0     0

5    15



15   70




10   25


0     5
5    15

10   30


10   30
5    10


25   80


15   40


5    20
                                      Colorado Labor Market Information
                Colorado Springs Occupational Employment Outlook Sorted Alphabetically (I-Z)
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                                                    Projected
                                    Base Year                    Employment      Average Annual Job Openings du
                                                      Year
                                   Employment                 Change 2002 - 2012               to:
  SOC       Occupational Title                     Employment

                                      2002            2012         Number   Percent   Growth
17-2112   Industrial Engineers               700             950      250      3.6%        40
          Industrial Machinery
49-9041                                      150             200       50      3.3%        10
          Mechanics
          Industrial Production
11-3051                                      290             400      110      3.8%        15
          Managers
          Industrial Truck &
53-7051                                      690             890      200      2.9%        35
          Tractor Operators
          Inspectors, Testers,
51-9061   Sorters, Samplers, &           1,190            1,560       370      3.1%        65
          Weighers
          Installation,
49-9099   Maintenance, & Repair              470             590      120      2.6%        25
          Workers, All Other

          Instructional
25-9031                                      220             280       60      2.7%        10
          Coordinators
          Insurance Claims &
43-9041   Policy Processing                  550             740      190      3.5%        30
          Clerks

13-2053   Insurance Underwriters             250             360      110      4.4%        15

27-1025   Interior Designers                 80              90        10      1.3%            0
          Interviewers, Except
43-4111                                      440             570      130      3.0%        25
          Eligibility & Loan
          Janitors & Cleaners,
37-2011   Except Maids &                 3,940            4,790       850      2.2%       160
          Housekeeping Cleaners

          Kindergarten Teachers,
25-2012   Except Special                     340             450      110      3.2%        15
          Education
          Laborers & Freight,
53-7062   Stock, & Material              2,370            2,840       470      2.0%       125
          Movers, H&
          Landscaping &
37-3011   Groundskeeping                 2,030            2,500       470      2.3%        90
          Workers
          Laundry & Dry-Cleaning
51-6011                                      550             600       50      0.9%        20
          Workers
23-2092   Law Clerks                         40              40         0      0.0%            0
23-1011   Lawyers                    1,010   1,220   210   2.1%   35
43-6012   Legal Secretaries            320     360    40   1.3%   10
25-4021   Librarians                   170     190    20   1.2%    5
25-4031   Library Technicians          290     350    60   2.1%   15
          Licensed Practical &
29-2061   Licensed Vocational         650     710    60    0.9%   20
          Nurses
          Life, Physical, & Social
19-4099   Science Technicians,        130     150    20    1.5%    5
          All Other
          Loan Interviewers &
43-4131                               400     440    40    1.0%   10
          Clerks
13-2072   Loan Officers               670    1,000   330   4.9%   45
          Locker Room,
39-3093   Coatroom, & Dressing         50      60    10    2.0%    0
          Room Attendants
          Locksmiths & Safe
49-9094                                50      60    10    2.0%    5
          Repairers
11-9081   Lodging Managers            120      150    30   2.5%    5
51-4041   Machinists                  830    1,070   240   2.9%   45

          Maids & Housekeeping
37-2012                              3,320   3,740   420   1.3%   110
          Cleaners

          Mail Clerks & Mail
43-9051   Machine Operators,          230     230     0    0.0%    5
          Except Postal Service
          Maintenance & Repair
49-9042                              1,850   2,380   530   2.9%   90
          Workers, General
          Maintenance Workers,
49-9043                                60      90    30    5.0%    5
          Machinery
13-1111   Management Analysts        1,910   2,490   580   3.0%    85
11-9199   Managers, All Other        3,490   4,200   710   2.0%   140
          Manicurists &
39-5092                                80     100    20    2.5%    5
          Pedicurists
          Market Research
19-3021                               270     350    80    3.0%   15
          Analysts
11-2021   Marketing Managers          460     620    160   3.5%   25
17-2131   Materials Engineers          70      80     10   1.4%    5
17-3013   Mechanical Drafters          70      80     10   1.4%    5
17-2141   Mechanical Engineers        430     480     50   1.2%   15
          Media &
27-3099   Communication               110     130    20    1.8%    5
          Workers, All Other
          Medical & Clinical
29-2012                               260     300    40    1.5%   10
          Laboratory Technicians

          Medical & Clinical
29-2011   Laboratory                  120     140    20    1.7%    5
          Technologists
          Medical & Health
11-9111                              480     600    120   2.5%   20
          Services Managers
          Medical & Public Health
21-1022                              110     130    20    1.8%   5
          Social Workers
31-9092   Medical Assistants         790    1,220   430   5.4%   60
          Medical Records &
29-2071   Health Information         260     350    90    3.5%   15
          Technicians
43-6013   Medical Secretaries        790     920    130   1.6%   30
          Medical
31-9094                              140     160    20    1.4%   5
          Transcriptionists
          Meeting & Convention
13-1121                              200     240    40    2.0%   10
          Planners
          Mental Health &
21-1023   Substance Abuse             50      60    10    2.0%   0
          Social Workers
          Merchandise Displayers
27-1026                              110     150    40    3.6%   5
          & Window Trimmers

          Middle School
          Teachers, Except
25-2022                             1,490   1,680   190   1.3%   50
          Special & Vocational
          Education
          Mixing & Blending
51-9023   Machine Setters,            60      70    10    1.7%   5
          Operators, & Tenders

          Mobile Heavy
49-3042   Equipment Mechanics,       190     260    70    3.7%   10
          Except Engines

          Motor Vehicle
53-3099                              250     300    50    2.0%   10
          Operators, All Other
          Multi-Media Artists &
27-1014                              220     280    60    2.7%   10
          Animators
27-2042   Musicians & Singers        100     130    30    3.0%   5
          Natural Sciences
11-9121                               60      70    10    1.7%   0
          Managers

          Network & Computer
15-1071                              720    1,020   300   4.2%   40
          Systems Administrators

          Network Systems &
15-1081   Data Communications        480     750    270   5.6%   35
          Analysts
43-4141   New Accounts Clerks        240     330    90    3.8%   15
          Nonfarm Animal
39-2021                              260     320    60    2.3%   15
          Caretakers
          Nursing Aides,
31-1012                             1,680   1,900   220   1.3%   45
          Orderlies, & Attendants
          Occupational
29-1122                               190     250    60    3.2%   10
          Therapists
43-9061   Office Clerks, General     5,880   6,840   960   1.6%   225
          Office Machine
43-9071   Operators, Except           240     240     0    0.0%    5
          Computer
          Operating Engineers &
47-2073   Other Construction          740     990    250   3.4%   45
          Equipment Operators
          Operations Research
15-2031                               130     140    10    0.8%    5
          Analysts
29-2081   Opticians, Dispensing       170     220    50    2.9%   10
29-1041   Optometrists                 50      60    10    2.0%    0
43-4151   Order Clerks                580     580     0    0.0%   15
          Outdoor Power
          Equipment & Other
49-3053                                50      60    10    2.0%    0
          Small Engine
          Mechanics
          Packaging & Filling
51-9111   Machine Operators &         260     350    90    3.5%   15
          Tenders
          Packers & Packagers,
53-7064                              1,190   1,480   290   2.4%   50
          H&
          Painters, Construction
47-2141                               920    1,170   250   2.7%   40
          & Maintenance

          Painters, Transportation
51-9122                                60      80    20    3.3%    5
          Equipment

          Painting, Coating, &
51-9123                                70     110    40    5.7%    5
          Decorating Workers
          Paper Goods Machine
51-9196   Setters, Operators, &        50      50     0    0.0%    0
          Tenders
          Paralegals & Legal
23-2011                               440     540    100   2.3%   15
          Assistants

53-6021   Parking Lot Attendants      110     130    20    1.8%    5

41-2022   Parts Salespersons          370     400    30    0.8%   15
          Paving, Surfacing, &
47-2071   Tamping Equipment            60      80    20    3.3%    5
          Operators
          Payroll & Timekeeping
43-3051                               280     340    60    2.1%   15
          Clerks
          Personal & Home Care
39-9021                               860    1,010   150   1.7%   30
          Aides
          Personal Care &
39-9099   Service Workers, All        180     220    40    2.2%   10
          Other
          Personal Financial
13-2052                              310    480    170   5.5%    20
          Advisors
37-2021   Pest Control Workers       40      40     0    0.0%    0
          Pesticide Handlers,
37-3012   Sprayers, & Applicators,   50      60    10    2.0%    0
          Vegetation

29-1051   Pharmacists                290    450    160   5.5%    20

29-2052   Pharmacy Technicians       280    420    140   5.0%    20

          Photographic
51-9132   Processing Machine         190    220    30    1.6%    10
          Operators
          Physical Therapist
31-2021                              100    140    40    4.0%    5
          Assistants
29-1123   Physical Therapists        380    490    110   2.9%    15
29-1071   Physician Assistants       170    240     70   4.1%    10
47-2151   Pipelayers                 120    170     50   4.2%    10
          Plant & System
51-8099                              50      50     0    0.0%    0
          Operators, All Other
          Plumbers, Pipefitters, &
47-2152                              990   1,360   370   3.7%    60
          Steamfitters

          Police, Fire, &
43-5031                              110    140    30    2.7%    5
          Ambulance Dispatchers

          Postal Service Mail
43-5052                              720    780    60    0.8%    30
          Carriers
          Postal Service Mail
          Sorters, Processors, &
43-5053                              470    460    -10   -0.2%   10
          Processing Machine
          Operators
          Prepress Technicians &
51-5022                              250    190    -60   -2.4%   0
          Workers
          Preschool Teachers,
25-2011   Except Special             710    950    240   3.4%    30
          Education
          Pressers, Textile,
51-6021   Garment, & Related         130    120    -10   -0.8%   0
          Materials
          Printing Machine
51-5023                              240    230    -10   -0.4%   5
          Operators
          Private Detectives &
33-9021                              60      80    20    3.3%    5
          Investigators
          Probation Officers &
21-1092   Correctional Treatment     170    230    60    3.5%    10
          Specialists
43-3061   Procurement Clerks         180    190    10    0.6%     5
27-2012   Producers & Directors      250    310    60    2.4%    10
          Production Workers, All
51-9199                               360      490     130    3.6%   20
          Other
          Production, Planning, &
43-5061                               530      710     180    3.4%   30
          Expediting Clerks
          Property, Real Estate, &
11-9141   Community Association       880     1,090    210    2.4%   40
          Managers
          Protective Service
33-9099                               610      730     120    2.0%   55
          Workers, All Other
          Public Relations
11-2031                               180      210      30    1.7%    5
          Managers
          Public Relations
27-3031                               420      560     140    3.3%   20
          Specialists

          Purchasing Agents,
13-1023   Except Wholesale,           730      890     160    2.2%   35
          Retail, & Farm Products

11-3061   Purchasing Managers         160      190      30    1.9%    5
          Radiologic
29-2034   Technologists &             260      320      60    2.3%   10
          Technicians
          Receptionists &
43-4171                              2,470    3,180    710    2.9%   130
          Information Clerks
39-9032   Recreation Workers           690      820    130    1.9%    30
29-1111   Registered Nurses          3,700    4,670    970    2.6%   175
          Rehabilitation
21-1015                                80      100      20    2.5%    5
          Counselors

          Reservation &
43-4181   Transportation Ticket       350      470     120    3.4%   20
          Agents & Travel Clerks

29-1126   Respiratory Therapists       170      220      50   2.9%    10
41-2031   Retail Salespersons        9,340   12,520   3,180   3.4%   660
47-2181   Roofers                      820    1,070     250   3.0%    45
          Sales & Related
41-9099                              1,550    2,100    550    3.5%   85
          Workers, All Other
41-9031   Sales Engineers              60       80      20    3.3%    5
11-2022   Sales Managers              520      790     270    5.2%   35

          Sales Representatives,
          Wholesale &
41-4012   Manufacturing, Except      2,010    2,680    670    3.3%   120
          Technical & Scientific
          Products
          Sales Representatives,
          Wholesale &
41-4011   Manufacturing,            440     590    150   3.4%   25
          Technical & Scientific
          Products

          Secondary School
          Teachers, Except
25-2031                            2,020   2,490   470   2.3%   105
          Special & Vocational
          Education
          Secretaries, Except
43-6014   Legal, Medical, &        2,980   3,130   150   0.5%   70
          Executive
          Securities,
          Commodities, &
41-3031                             450     640    190   4.2%   25
          Financial Services
          Sales Agents
33-9032   Security Guards          1,530   1,950   420   2.7%   75
          Self-Enrichment
25-3021                             450     640    190   4.2%   25
          Education Teachers
          Service Station
53-6031                             210     260    50    2.4%   15
          Attendants
47-2211   Sheet Metal Workers       450     630    180   4.0%   30
          Shipping, Receiving, &
43-5071                             890    1,090   200   2.2%   40
          Traffic Clerks
39-5094   Skin Care Specialists     250     290    40    1.6%   10
          Social & Community
11-9151                             390     470    80    2.1%   15
          Service Managers
          Social & Human
21-1093                             360     510    150   4.2%   20
          Service Assistants
          Social Scientists &
19-3099   Related Workers, All      310     360    50    1.6%   10
          Other
          Special Education
25-2042   Teachers, Middle          150     210    60    4.0%   10
          School
          Special Education
          Teachers, Preschool,
25-2041                             330     440    110   3.3%   20
          Kindergarten, &
          Elementary School
          Special Education
25-2043   Teachers, Secondary       230     310    80    3.5%   15
          School
          Speech-Language
29-1127                             270     340    70    2.6%   15
          Pathologists
          Stationary Engineers &
51-8021                              60      80    20    3.3%    5
          Boiler Operators
          Stock Clerks & Order
43-5081                            2,560   2,950   390   1.5%   135
          Fillers
          Structural Metal
51-2041                               80      90     10    1.3%     5
          Fabricators & Fitters
          Substance Abuse &
21-1011   Behavioral Disorder        190     240     50    2.6%    10
          Counselors
29-2055   Surgical Technologists     120     160     40    3.3%     5
          Surveying & Mapping
17-3031                               70      80     10    1.4%     5
          Technicians
          Switchboard Operators,
43-2011   Including Answering        520     550     30    0.6%    15
          Service
          Tax Examiners,
13-2081   Collectors, & Revenue       70      80     10    1.4%     5
          Agents
13-2082   Tax Preparers              110     130     20    1.8%     5
          Taxi Drivers &
53-3041                              350     460    110    3.1%    15
          Chauffeurs
25-9041   Teacher Assistants        2,300   2,920   620    2.7%    105
51-2092   Team Assemblers           1,150   1,330   180    1.6%     50
27-3042   Technical Writers           190     250    60    3.2%     10
          Telecommunications
49-9052   Line Installers &          310     380     70    2.3%    15
          Repairers
41-9041   Telemarketers             1,960   1,750   -210   -1.1%   10
47-2044   Tile & Marble Setters        50      70     20    4.0%    5
          Tire Repairers &
49-3093                              190     240     50    2.6%    15
          Changers
51-4111   Tool & Die Makers          100     120     20    2.0%     5

39-6021   Tour Guides & Escorts      210     240     30    1.4%    10

          Training & Development
13-1073                              720     940    220    3.1%    35
          Specialists

          Transportation,
11-3071   Storage, & Distribution    190     240     50    2.6%    10
          Managers
41-3041   Travel Agents              210     170     -40   -1.9%    0
          Truck Drivers, Heavy &
53-3032                             1,850   2,510   660    3.6%    95
          Tractor-Trailer
          Truck Drivers, Light or
53-3033                             1,820   2,370   550    3.0%    70
          Delivery Services
51-6093   Upholsterers               250     260     10    0.4%     5
          Urban & Regional
19-3051                               80      90     10    1.3%     5
          Planners
          Ushers, Lobby
39-3031   Attendants, & Ticket       260     320     60    2.3%    20
          Takers
29-1131   Veterinarians              190     230     40    2.1%    10
          Veterinary
29-2056   Technologists &          150     210      60    4.0%    10
          Technicians
          Vocational Education
25-2032   Teachers, Secondary       60      70      10    1.7%     5
          School
35-3031   Waiters & Waitresses    5,810   7,650   1,840   3.2%    485
          Water & Liquid Waste
51-8031   Treatment Plant &        130     160      30    2.3%     5
          System Operators
          Weighers, Measurers,
43-5111   Checkers, & Samplers,     70     100      30    4.3%     5
          Recordkeeping

          Welders, Cutters,
51-4121                            210     280      70    3.3%    15
          Solderers, & Brazers
          Wholesale & Retail
13-1022   Buyers, Except Farm      130     160      30    2.3%     5
          Products
          Woodworking Machine
          Setters, Operators, &
51-7042                             50      60      10    2.0%     0
          Tenders, Except
          Sawing
          Word Processors &
43-9022                            180     160      -20   -1.1%    0
          Typists
27-3043   Writers & Authors        360     420      60    1.7%    10
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 Average Annual Job Openings due
               to:

           Replacements     Total
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                       5        15

                       5        20

                       15       50


                       25       90



                       10       35


                       5        15


                       10       40


                       5        20

                       0            0

                       10       35


                       75      235



                       5        20


                       75      200


                       45      135


                       15       35

                       0            0
15   50
 5   15
 5   10
10   25

15   35


5    10


5    15

10   55

0     0


0     5

 0    5
20   65

70   180


5    10


35   125

0     5

25   110
70   210

0     5

5    20

10   35
 0    5
 0    5
10   25

0     5


5    15


5    10
10   30

0    5

15   75

5    20

15   45
5    10

5    15


0    0


0    5



35   85



0    5



5    15


5    15

5    15

0    5
0    0


10   50


5    40

5    20

5    20


20   65
 5    15

130   355

 5    10


20    65


 5    10

 5    15
 0     0
15    30


 0     0



 5    20


20    70

15    55


 0     5


 0     5


 0     0


 5    20

 5    10

10    25

 0     5


10    25

15    45


 5    15
5    25

0    0


0    0


5    25

5    25


5    15


0    5

5    20
5    15
5    15

0    0

25   85


0    5


25   55


10   20


5    5


10   40


0    0


5    10

0    5


5    15

5    10
5    15
10      30

15      45


15      55


40      95

 5      10

 5      25


20      55


 5      10

 5      15


60     190

15      45
75     250

 0       5


10      30


  5      15
340   1,000
 20      65
30     115

 0       5
10      45



55     175
10   35




55   160



55   125



5    30


35   110

5    30

10   25

10   40
20   60

5    15

5    20

5    25


5    15


5    15



10   30



5    20


5    20

0     5

95   230
0     5


5    15

0     5

0     5


15   30


0     5

0     5
5    20

45   150
30    80
 5    15

10   25

30   40
 0    5

10   25

0     5

5    15


10   45


5    15

5     5

30   125

15   85

5    10
5    10


15   35

5    15
 0    10


 0     5

300   785

 5    10



 0     5


 5    20


 5    10



 0     0


 5     5

 5    15

								
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