These Are The 5 Jobs Least Likely To Have A Computer At Home

Ryan Morris
by Ryan Morris
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In the modern era of the always-online work week and a president who engages in regular Twitter beefs with C-list celebrities, it seems inconceivable that any part of the country might still be living their lives offline.

And yet, as of the time of writing of this article from the Pew Research Center, at least 13% of Americans today still do not use the internet.

The same article does an excellent job discussing who this 13% might be — seemingly older, rural Americans, for the most part, particularly those 65 and older — but that’s just who they are.

We wanted to know what it is they do.

So, using data from the American Community Survey, we put together a list of which US occupations were the least likely to have a computer at home. You’ll find the full list below, but for starters, let’s take a look at the top 20:

So What Do We See?

Above is a chart of the top twenty jobs in America with the lowest rates of home internet access.

All of the data in this map was found in the American Community Survey’s Public Use Microdata Sample, or PUMS. This particular data is from the 2016 PUMS data set, which was originally released on October 19, 2017, so it’s about as fresh as you can get.

A link to the 5-year PUMS data used in this chart can be found here.

In keeping with the themes discussed above, these jobs are largely associated with rural settings, particularly agricultural ones — for instance, some of the top jobs here include graders and sorts of agricultural products, groundskeepers, butchers, and miscellaneous agricultural workers. There are also plenty of service workers on the list, like dishwashers, cooks, gaming cage workers, and vehicle cleaners.

However, the majority of occupations on this chart belong to those in the construction trade. From conveyor operators and fence erectors to roofers and brickmasons, construction dominates the list, even if their lead is just a little short of being overwhelming.

We put the full list of over 400 careers at the end of the article, but first, we wanted to dig a little deeper into the top five entries — both the top five least likely to have internet access as well as the top five likeliest.

Top Five Least Likely Occupations to Have a Computer at Home

1. Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products

Percent of Workers Without Home Computer: 63.65%
Graders and Sorters weigh agricultural products, throw out defective items, and then grade and sort them based on attributes like their appearance, smell, color, and overall quality.

2. Conveyor Operators and Tenders, and Hoist and Winch Operators

Percent of Workers Without Home Computer: 64.95%
Conveyor Operators tend to conveyor systems, monitoring these systems for equipment malfunctions, and they typically have to load and unload the goods move along these conveyors by hand.

3. Fence Erectors

Percent of Workers Without Home Computer: 67.62%
Fence Erectors choose the location of fences, ensuring that there’s nothing underground that postholes might disrupt. They also align posts, dig postholes, construct barriers, mix concrete, and prepare whatever other materials are necessary for the construction of the fence.

4. Miscellaneous Agricultural Workers, Including Animal Breeders

Percent of Workers Without Home Computer: 67.83%
Miscellaneous agricultural workers have a variety of responsibilities depending on where they work, including maintaining, picking, and otherwise harvesting agricultural produce, caring for livestock, and operating agricultural machinery.

5. Dishwashers

Percent of Workers Without Home Computer: 68.47%
Dishwashers’ jobs are pretty obvious, though they can vary depending on their place of work. For the most part, they’re responsible for washing all of a locations dishes, silverware, pots and pans, and other kitchen items, sometimes through the use of dishwashing equipment but often by hand. Computers probably don’t factor into these duties, but you never know.

Top Five Most Likely Occupations to Have a Computer at Home

1. Astronomers and Physicists

Percent of Workers Without Home Computer: 100.00%
Astronomers and Physicists study the ways that matter and energy in the universe act and interact. This work can include looking at some of the smallest particles in existence, or it might involve examining the largest bodies and systems in the universe. Probably something a computer would come in handy with.

2. Actuaries

Percent of Workers Without Home Computer: 100.00%
Actuaries are risk analyzers — using the arcane power of mathematics, they undertake risk assessments and minimize risks on the behalf of their employers, which is particularly important to industries like insurance. While largely an office job, being an actuary can involve meeting with clients in the field.

3. Natural Sciences Managers

Percent of Workers Without Home Computer: 99.59%
Natural Sciences Managers oversee teams of scientists in a variety of fields in order to coordinate research and development. The exact nature of their work typically depends on the field of science that their team specializes in.

4. Compensation and Benefits Managers

Percent of Workers Without Home Computer: 99.49%
Compensation and Benefits Managers are, conveniently enough, the people who make sure employees are compensated. If you work for a big enough company, this is probably the person who signs your paychecks, or at least makes sure that your paychecks get signed. Either way you probably don’t want this person going without a computer.

5. Sales Engineers

Percent of Workers Without Home Computer: 99.37%
Sales Engineers, despite the name, do not engineer sales, but instead sell products using their own engineering knowledge. The products that they sell are usually extraordinarily complex and are of a scientific or technological nature. As a result, their clientele tends to be experts, so it takes yet another expert in order to actually understand what’s being sold in the first place.

Wrapping Up

That’s all for now! Below you’ll find a table of occupations ranked by their likelihood of having a computer at home.

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Full Table of the Least Likely Jobs to Have Computers at Home

Rank Occupation % Of Households With Computers
1 Graders And Sorters, Agricultural Products 63.65%
2 Conveyor Operators And Tenders, And Hoist And Winch Operators 64.95%
3 Fence Erectors 67.62%
4 Miscellaneous Agricultural Workers, Including Animal Breeders 67.83%
5 Dishwashers 68.47%
6 Transportation Attendants, Except Flight Attendants 70.64%
7 Pressers, Textile, Garment, And Related Materials 70.71%
8 Roofers 71.97%
9 Helpers, Construction Trades 72.71%
10 Maids And Housekeeping Cleaners 72.77%
11 Unemployed And Last Worked 5 Years Ago Or Never Worked 72.90%
12 Sawing Machine Setters, Operators, And Tenders, Wood 73.55%
13 Brickmasons, Blockmasons, Stonemasons, And Reinforcing Iron And Rebar Workers 74.04%
14 Laundry And Dry-Cleaning Workers 74.30%
15 Grounds Maintenance Workers 74.70%
16 Gaming Cage Workers 74.93%
17 Textile Setters, Operators, And Tenders 75.18%
18 Cleaners Of Vehicles And Equipment 75.89%
19 Butchers And Other Meat, Poultry, And Fish Processing Workers 76.46%
20 Cooks 76.76%
21 Packers And Packagers, Hand 76.76%
22 Construction Laborers 76.80%
23 Extruding, Forming, Pressing, And Compacting Machine Setters, Operators, And Tenders 76.89%
24 Molders, Shapers, And Casters, Except Metal And Plastic 76.93%
25 Machine Feeders And Offbearers 76.96%
26 Miscellaneous Material Moving Workers, Including Mine Shuttle Car Operators, And Tank Car, Truck, And Ship Loaders 76.98%
27 Insulation Workers 76.98%
28 Derrick, Rotary Drill, And Service Unit Operators, And Roustabouts, Oil, Gas, And Mining 77.22%
29 Paper Goods Machine Setters, Operators, And Tenders 77.23%
30 Food Processing Workers, All Other 77.31%
31 Fishing And Hunting Workers 77.53%
32 Small Engine Mechanics 77.55%
33 Janitors And Building Cleaners 77.61%
34 Cement Masons, Concrete Finishers, And Terrazzo Workers 77.76%
35 Miscellaneous Woodworkers, Including Model Makers And Patternmakers 77.76%
36 Sewing Machine Operators 77.79%
37 Drywall Installers, Ceiling Tile Installers, And Tapers 77.82%
38 Miscellaneous Food Preparation And Serving Related Workers, Including Dining Room And Cafeteria Attendants And Bartender Helpers 78.32%
39 Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service 78.44%
40 Barbers 78.52%
41 Highway Maintenance Workers 78.62%
42 Packaging And Filling Machine Operators And Tenders 78.73%
43 Helpers-Production Workers 78.91%
44 Paving, Surfacing, And Tamping Equipment Operators 79.06%
45 Logging Workers 79.08%
46 Mail Clerks And Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal Service 79.12%
47 Shoe And Leather Workers 79.13%
48 Food Preparation Workers 79.22%
49 Laborers And Freight, Stock, And Material Movers, Hand 79.40%
50 Combined Food Preparation And Serving Workers, Including Fast Food 79.60%
51 Machine Tool Cutting Setters, Operators, And Tenders, Metal And Plastic 79.69%
52 Refuse And Recyclable Material Collectors 79.97%
53 Crossing Guards 80.11%
54 Painters And Paperhangers 80.15%
55 Helpers-Installation, Maintenance, And Repair Workers 80.25%
56 Dredge, Excavating, And Loading Machine Operators 80.27%
57 Industrial Truck And Tractor Operators 80.41%
58 Miscellaneous Extraction Workers, Including Roof Bolters And Helpers 80.55%
59 Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession, And Coffee Shop 80.56%
60 Cutting Workers 80.59%
61 Ambulance Drivers And Attendants, Except Emergency Medical Technicians 80.67%
62 Food Servers, Nonrestaurant 80.72%
63 Mining Machine Operators 80.87%
64 Miscellaneous Vehicle And Mobile Equipment Mechanics, Installers, And Repairers 80.90%
65 Electrical, Electronics, And Electromechanical Assemblers 80.97%
66 Motion Picture Projectionists 81.00%
67 Personal Care Aides 81.02%
68 Textile Knitting And Weaving Machine Setters, Operators, And Tenders 81.24%
69 Construction Equipment Operators, Except Paving, Surfacing, And Tamping Equipment Operators 81.26%
70 Farmers, Ranchers, And Other Agricultural Managers 81.27%
71 Automotive And Watercraft Service Attendants 81.30%
72 Cashiers 81.32%
73 Meter Readers, Utilities 81.50%
74 Print Binding And Finishing Workers 81.60%
75 Boilermakers 81.62%
76 Carpet, Floor, And Tile Installers And Finishers 81.63%
77 Automotive Body And Related Repairers 81.64%
78 Tailors, Dressmakers, And Sewers 81.73%
79 Forging Machine Setters, Operators, And Tenders, Metal And Plastic 81.76%
80 Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, And Tenders, Except Sawing 81.90%
81 Healthcare Support Workers, All Other, Including Medical Equipment Preparers 82.10%
82 Etchers And Engravers 82.13%
83 Welding, Soldering, And Brazing Workers 82.14%
84 Miscellaneous Assemblers And Fabricators 82.23%
85 Nursing, Psychiatric, And Home Health Aides 82.32%
86 Riggers 82.33%
87 Carpenters 82.40%
88 Telephone Operators 82.44%
89 Miscellaneous Production Workers, Including Semiconductor Processors 82.59%
90 Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other 82.63%
91 Stock Clerks And Order Fillers 82.68%
92 Miscellaneous Law Enforcement Workers 82.81%
93 Plasterers And Stucco Masons 82.86%
94 Cabinetmakers And Bench Carpenters 83.21%
95 Miscellaneous Textile, Apparel, And Furnishings Workers, Except Upholsterers 83.34%
96 Rolling Machine Setters, Operators, And Tenders, Metal And Plastic 83.38%
97 Miscellaneous Metal Workers And Plastic Workers, Including Multiple Machine Tool Setters 83.50%
98 Counter And Rental Clerks 83.50%
99 Upholsterers 83.91%
100 Prepress Technicians And Workers 84.21%
101 Furniture Finishers 84.26%
102 Miscellaneous Construction Workers, Including Solar Photovoltaic Installers, Septic Tank Servicers And Sewer Pipe Cleaners 84.39%
103 First-Line Supervisors Of Landscaping, Lawn Service, And Groundskeeping Workers 84.68%
104 Earth Drillers, Except Oil And Gas 84.70%
105 Hotel, Motel, And Resort Desk Clerks 84.70%
106 Security Guards And Gaming Surveillance Officers 84.78%
107 Crushing, Grinding, Polishing, Mixing, And Blending Workers 84.98%
108 Food Batchmakers 85.13%
109 Driver/Sales Workers And Truck Drivers 85.15%
110 Bus Drivers 85.23%
111 Rail-Track Laying And Maintenance Equipment Operators 85.24%
112 Model Makers, Patternmakers, And Molding Machine Setters, Metal And Plastic 85.28%
113 Door-To-Door Sales Workers, News And Street Vendors, And Related Workers 85.61%
114 Office Machine Operators, Except Computer 85.61%
115 Embalmers And Funeral Attendants 85.74%
116 Forest And Conservation Workers 85.75%
117 Sheet Metal Workers 85.82%
118 First-Line Supervisors Of Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Workers 85.85%
119 Water And Wastewater Treatment Plant And System Operators 85.89%
120 Hosts And Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, And Coffee Shop 85.89%
121 Personal Care And Service Workers, All Other 86.06%
122 Painting Workers 86.10%
123 Shipping, Receiving, And Traffic Clerks 86.12%
124 Postal Service Clerks 86.14%
125 Automotive Service Technicians And Mechanics 86.21%
126 Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, And Steamfitters 86.26%
127 Bakers 86.28%
128 Bus And Truck Mechanics And Diesel Engine Specialists 86.42%
129 Taxi Drivers And Chauffeurs 86.68%
130 Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, And Systems Assemblers 86.84%
131 Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, And Samplers, Recordkeeping 86.86%
132 Animal Trainers 86.89%
133 Pumping Station Operators 86.95%
134 Automotive Glass Installers And Repairers 87.01%
135 Childcare Workers 87.02%
136 Textile Bleaching And Dyeing, And Cutting Machine Setters, Operators, And Tenders 87.04%
137 Models, Demonstrators, And Product Promoters 87.04%
138 Waiters And Waitresses 87.05%
139 Heavy Vehicle And Mobile Equipment Service Technicians And Mechanics 87.13%
140 Coin, Vending, And Amusement Machine Servicers And Repairers 87.19%
141 Food Cooking Machine Operators And Tenders 87.22%
142 Maintenance And Repair Workers, General 87.27%
143 Structural Metal Fabricators And Fitters 87.38%
144 Buyers And Purchasing Agents, Farm Products 87.42%
145 Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, And Kettle Operators And Tenders 87.43%
146 Surveying And Mapping Technicians 87.45%
147 Hairdressers, Hairstylists, And Cosmetologists 87.55%
148 Electric Motor, Power Tool, And Related Repairers 87.64%
149 Jewelers And Precious Stone And Metal Workers 87.64%
150 Hazardous Materials Removal Workers 87.86%
151 Structural Iron And Steel Workers 87.88%
152 Subway, Streetcar, And Other Rail Transportation Workers 87.94%
153 Licensed Practical And Licensed Vocational Nurses 87.96%
154 Baggage Porters, Bellhops, And Concierges 87.98%
155 Miscellaneous Installation, Maintenance, And Repair Workers, Including Wind Turbine Service Technicians 88.07%
156 Parking Lot Attendants 88.09%
157 Ushers, Lobby Attendants, And Ticket Takers 88.10%
158 Retail Salespersons 88.11%
159 Industrial And Refractory Machinery Mechanics 88.13%
160 Telemarketers 88.18%
161 Heating, Air Conditioning, And Refrigeration Mechanics And Installers 88.34%
162 Parts Salespersons 88.36%
163 Printing Press Operators 88.41%
164 Chefs And Head Cooks 88.45%
165 Receptionists And Information Clerks 88.50%
166 Machinists 88.60%
167 Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, And Weighers 88.68%
168 Residential Advisors 88.70%
169 First_Line Supervisors Of Food Preparation And Serving Workers 88.74%
170 Maintenance Workers, Machinery 88.76%
171 Adhesive Bonding Machine Operators And Tenders 88.78%
172 Social And Human Service Assistants 88.86%
173 Sailors And Marine Oilers, And Ship Engineers 89.19%
174 Engine And Other Machine Assemblers 89.21%
175 Library Technicians 89.40%
176 Glaziers 89.43%
177 First-Line Supervisors Of Construction Trades And Extraction Workers 89.46%
178 Bartenders 89.47%
179 Crane And Tower Operators 89.48%
180 Library Assistants, Clerical 89.51%
181 Electricians 89.52%
182 Pest Control Workers 89.56%
183 Agricultural Inspectors 89.57%
184 Tool And Die Makers 89.58%
185 First-Line Supervisors Of Housekeeping And Janitorial Workers 89.73%
186 Metal Furnace Operators, Tenders, Pourers, And Casters 89.81%
187 Electronic Equipment Installers And Repairers, Motor Vehicles 89.83%
188 Food And Tobacco Roasting, Baking, And Drying Machine Operators And Tenders 89.86%
189 Gaming Services Workers 89.95%
190 First-Line Supervisors Of Gaming Workers 90.00%
191 Electrical Power-Line Installers And Repairers 90.03%
192 Interviewers, Except Eligibility And Loan 90.10%
193 Correspondence Clerks And Order Clerks 90.11%
194 File Clerks 90.13%
195 Dancers And Choreographers 90.14%
196 Office Clerks, General 90.14%
197 Tour And Travel Guides 90.20%
198 Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, And Processing Machine Operators 90.22%
199 Teacher Assistants 90.23%
200 Proofreaders And Copy Markers 90.23%
201 Nonfarm Animal Caretakers 90.33%
202 Dietitians And Nutritionists 90.49%
203 Medical, Dental, And Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians 90.54%
204 Couriers And Messengers 90.63%
205 Transportation Inspectors 90.80%
206 Tellers 90.86%
207 Miscellaneous Entertainment Attendants And Related Workers 90.94%
208 Bailiffs, Correctional Officers, And Jailers 90.95%
209 Information And Record Clerks, All Other 91.00%
210 Agricultural And Food Science Technicians 91.01%
211 Security And Fire Alarm Systems Installers 91.07%
212 Computer Control Programmers And Operators 91.12%
213 Locksmiths And Safe Repairers 91.13%
214 Miscellaneous Transportation Workers, Including Bridge And Lock Tenders And Traffic Technicians 91.14%
215 First-Line Supervisors Of Production And Operating Workers 91.15%
216 Miscellaneous Plant And System Operators 91.22%
217 Control And Valve Installers And Repairers 91.32%
218 Food Service Managers 91.34%
219 Precision Instrument And Equipment Repairers 91.35%
220 Customer Service Representatives 91.40%
221 Musicians, Singers, And Related Workers 91.46%
222 Actors 91.48%
223 Morticians, Undertakers, And Funeral Directors 91.53%
224 Millwrights 91.54%
225 Dental Assistants 91.64%
226 Computer Operators 91.64%
227 Animal Control Workers 91.68%
228 Sales And Related Workers, All Other 91.69%
229 Court, Municipal, And License Clerks 91.71%
230 Religious Workers, All Other 91.71%
231 Payroll And Timekeeping Clerks 91.72%
232 Medical Assistants 91.73%
233 Miscellaneous Health Technologists And Technicians 91.76%
234 Chemical Processing Machine Setters, Operators, And Tenders 91.82%
235 Preschool And Kindergarten Teachers 91.89%
236 Communications Equipment Operators, All Other 91.93%
237 Statistical Assistants 91.94%
238 Elevator Installers And Repairers 91.97%
239 Dispatchers 92.02%
240 First-Line Supervisors Of Protective Service Workers, All Other 92.11%
241 Veterinary Assistants And Laboratory Animal Caretakers 92.16%
242 Conservation Scientists And Foresters 92.16%
243 Word Processors And Typists 92.43%
244 Phlebotomists 92.46%
245 Bill And Account Collectors 92.50%
246 Physical Therapist Assistants And Aides 92.54%
247 Clinical Laboratory Technologists And Technicians 92.66%
248 Billing And Posting Clerks 92.66%
249 First-Line Supervisors Of Mechanics, Installers, And Repairers 92.68%
250 Postal Service Mail Carriers 92.75%
251 Health Practitioner Support Technologists And Technicians 92.77%
252 Supervisors Of Transportation And Material Moving Workers 92.77%
253 Miscellaneous Community And Social Service Specialists, Including Health Educators And Community Health Workers 92.80%
254 Secretaries And Administrative Assistants 92.81%
255 Bookkeeping, Accounting, And Auditing Clerks 92.81%
256 First-Line Supervisors Of Retail Sales Workers 92.82%
257 Recreation And Fitness Workers 92.83%
258 Other Healthcare Practitioners And Technical Occupations 92.84%
259 Tire Builders 92.85%
260 First-Line Supervisors Of Personal Service Workers 92.90%
261 Chemical Technicians 92.91%
262 Miscellaneous Personal Appearance Workers 92.93%
263 First-Line Supervisors Of Correctional Officers 92.95%
264 Construction And Building Inspectors 92.99%
265 Geological And Petroleum Technicians, And Nuclear Technicians 93.00%
266 Opticians, Dispensing 93.08%
267 Credit Authorizers, Checkers, And Clerks 93.13%
268 Artists And Related Workers 93.14%
269 Data Entry Keyers 93.23%
270 Lifeguards And Other Recreational, And All Other Protective Service Workers 93.34%
271 Construction Managers 93.37%
272 Reservation And Transportation Ticket Agents And Travel Clerks 93.38%
273 Gaming Managers 93.49%
274 Miscellaneous Office And Administrative Support Workers, Including Desktop Publishers 93.50%
275 Radio And Telecommunications Equipment Installers And Repairers 93.54%
276 Telecommunications Line Installers And Repairers 93.54%
277 Medical Records And Health Information Technicians 93.57%
278 Drafters 93.60%
279 Recreational Therapists 93.69%
280 Home Appliance Repairers 93.72%
281 Locomotive Engineers And Operators 93.74%
282 Ship And Boat Captains And Operators 93.78%
283 Eligibility Interviewers, Government Programs 93.81%
284 Tax Preparers 93.83%
285 Extruding And Drawing Machine Setters, Operators, And Tenders, Metal And Plastic 93.83%
286 Stationary Engineers And Boiler Operators 93.87%
287 Clergy 93.91%
288 Other Teachers And Instructors 93.96%
289 Social Workers 94.07%
290 Transportation Security Screeners 94.12%
291 Railroad Conductors And Yardmasters 94.12%
292 Property, Real Estate, And Community Association Managers 94.13%
293 Insurance Sales Agents 94.15%
294 Insurance Claims And Policy Processing Clerks 94.17%
295 First-Line Supervisors Of Office And Administrative Support Workers 94.20%
296 Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll And Timekeeping 94.25%
297 Fire Inspectors 94.37%
298 Lodging Managers 94.39%
299 Miscellaneous Media And Communication Workers 94.40%
300 Electronic Home Entertainment Equipment Installers And Repairers 94.41%
301 Miscellaneous Legal Support Workers 94.46%
302 Wholesale And Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products 94.47%
303 Production, Planning, And Expediting Clerks 94.50%
304 Brokerage Clerks 94.59%
305 First-Line Supervisors Of Non-Retail Sales Workers 94.67%
306 Directors, Religious Activities And Education 94.72%
307 Librarians 94.80%
308 Loan Interviewers And Clerks 94.84%
309 Sales Representatives, Wholesale And Manufacturing 94.87%
310 Transportation, Storage, And Distribution Managers 94.90%
311 Entertainers And Performers, Sports And Related Workers, All Other 94.90%
312 Photographic Process Workers And Processing Machine Operators 94.92%
313 Aircraft Mechanics And Service Technicians 95.00%
314 Cargo And Freight Agents 95.01%
315 Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters 95.01%
316 Explosives Workers, Ordnance Handling Experts, And Blasters 95.03%
317 Pharmacy Aides 95.08%
318 Counselors 95.13%
319 Surveyors, Cartographers, And Photogrammetrists 95.31%
320 Athletes, Coaches, Umpires, And Related Workers 95.37%
321 Social And Community Service Managers 95.38%
322 Diagnostic Related Technologists And Technicians 95.39%
323 Emergency Medical Technicians And Paramedics 95.44%
324 Police Officers 95.48%
325 Sales Representatives, Services, All Other 95.51%
326 Power Plant Operators, Distributors, And Dispatchers 95.52%
327 New Accounts Clerks 95.55%
328 Computer, Automated Teller, And Office Machine Repairers 95.56%
329 Occupational Therapy Assistants And Aides 95.57%
330 Miscellaneous Life, Physical, And Social Science Technicians, Including Social Science Research Assistants 95.60%
331 Cost Estimators 95.60%
332 Medical Transcriptionists 95.64%
333 Biological Scientists 95.66%
334 Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, And Farm Products 95.66%
335 Agents And Business Managers Of Artists, Performers, And Athletes 95.70%
336 Tax Examiners And Collectors, And Revenue Agents 95.70%
337 Health Diagnosing And Treating Practitioners, All Other 95.72%
338 Avionics Technicians 95.77%
339 Designers 95.78%
340 Judicial Law Clerks 95.79%
341 Procurement Clerks 95.80%
342 Real Estate Brokers And Sales Agents 95.88%
343 Podiatrists 95.89%
344 Announcers 95.90%
345 Compliance Officers 95.93%
346 Paralegals And Legal Assistants 95.97%
347 Human Resources Workers 95.99%
348 Emergency Management Directors 96.01%
349 Miscellaneous Managers, Including Funeral Service Managers And Postmasters And Mail Superintendents 96.02%
350 Military, Rank Not Specified ** 96.03%
351 Other Education, Training, And Library Workers 96.04%
352 Massage Therapists 96.08%
353 Other Therapists, Including Exercise Physiologists 96.11%
354 Registered Nurses 96.22%
355 Editors 96.22%
356 Medical And Health Services Managers 96.22%
357 Financial Clerks, All Other 96.24%
358 Marine Engineers And Naval Architects 96.25%
359 Special Education Teachers 96.29%
360 Administrative Services Managers 96.30%
361 Archivists, Curators, And Museum Technicians 96.34%
362 Industrial Production Managers 96.41%
363 Financial Examiners 96.42%
364 Respiratory Therapists 96.43%
365 Miscellaneous Social Scientists, Including Survey Researchers And Sociologists 96.46%
366 Meeting, Convention, And Event Planners 96.50%
367 General And Operations Managers 96.51%
368 Logisticians 96.55%
369 Probation Officers And Correctional Treatment Specialists 96.59%
370 Detectives And Criminal Investigators 96.63%
371 Computer And Information Research Scientists 96.64%
372 Private Detectives And Investigators 96.72%
373 Secondary School Teachers 96.73%
374 Flight Attendants 96.76%
375 Public Relations Specialists 96.76%
376 Accountants And Auditors 96.79%
377 News Analysts, Reporters And Correspondents 96.81%
378 Atmospheric And Space Scientists 96.82%
379 Photographers 96.82%
380 Biological Technicians 96.82%
381 Training And Development Specialists 96.84%
382 Appraisers And Assessors Of Real Estate 96.86%
383 Purchasing Managers 96.86%
384 Broadcast And Sound Engineering Technicians And Radio Operators, And Media And Communication Equipment Workers, All Other 96.88%
385 Human Resources Managers 96.89%
386 Education Administrators 96.89%
387 Firefighters 96.91%
388 Aircraft Pilots And Flight Engineers 96.97%
389 Financial Managers 97.00%
390 Veterinarians 97.02%
391 Business Operations Specialists, All Other 97.03%
392 Materials Engineers 97.07%
393 Advertising Sales Agents 97.09%
394 Operations Research Analysts 97.09%
395 Computer Occupations, All Other 97.12%
396 Elementary And Middle School Teachers 97.13%
397 Chiropractors 97.13%
398 Postsecondary Teachers 97.13%
399 Miscellaneous Engineers, Including Nuclear Engineers 97.20%
400 Securities, Commodities, And Financial Services Sales Agents 97.21%
401 Computer Hardware Engineers 97.23%
402 Environmental Scientists And Geoscientists 97.24%
403 Civil Engineers 97.25%
404 Producers And Directors 97.28%
405 Financial Specialists, All Other 97.30%
406 Computer Support Specialists 97.30%
407 Training And Development Managers 97.33%
408 Fundraisers 97.41%
409 Compensation, Benefits, And Job Analysis Specialists 97.42%
410 Dental Hygienists 97.43%
411 Budget Analysts 97.45%
412 Travel Agents 97.47%
413 First_Line Supervisors Of Police And Detectives 97.47%
414 Network And Computer Systems Administrators 97.50%
415 Electrical And Electronics Repairers, Transportation Equipment, And Industrial And Utility 97.52%
416 Economists 97.52%
417 Claims Adjusters, Appraisers, Examiners, And Investigators 97.53%
418 Agricultural And Food Scientists 97.53%
419 Mechanical Engineers 97.55%
420 Speech-Language Pathologists 97.60%
421 Military Enlisted Tactical Operations And Air/Weapons Specialists And Crew Members 97.62%
422 Dentists 97.66%
423 Occupational Therapists 97.67%
424 Physical Therapists 97.69%
425 Credit Counselors And Loan Officers 97.69%
426 First_Line Supervisors Of Fire Fighting And Prevention Workers 97.73%
427 Air Traffic Controllers And Airfield Operations Specialists 97.74%
428 Architects, Except Naval 97.75%
429 Insurance Underwriters 97.76%
430 Environmental Engineers 97.77%
431 Medical Scientists, And Life Scientists, All Other 97.81%
432 Writers And Authors 97.81%
433 Marketing And Sales Managers 97.83%
434 Petroleum, Mining And Geological Engineers, Including Mining Safety Engineers 97.87%
435 Management Analysts 97.88%
436 Industrial Engineers, Including Health And Safety 97.91%
437 Chief Executives And Legislators 97.94%
438 Pharmacists 97.99%
439 Computer Programmers 98.01%
440 Technical Writers 98.02%
441 Computer Systems Analysts 98.03%
442 Aerospace Engineers 98.03%
443 Computer Network Architects 98.03%
444 Nurse Anesthetists 98.07%
445 Physician Assistants 98.12%
446 Advertising And Promotions Managers 98.23%
447 Information Security Analysts 98.25%
448 Electrical And Electronics Engineers 98.25%
449 Television, Video, And Motion Picture Camera Operators And Editors 98.26%
450 Public Relations And Fundraising Managers 98.27%
451 Urban And Regional Planners 98.28%
452 Financial Analysts 98.28%
453 First-Line Enlisted Military Supervisors 98.32%
454 Lawyers, And Judges, Magistrates, And Other Judicial Workers 98.35%
455 Physical Scientists, All Other 98.37%
456 Database Administrators 98.40%
457 Market Research Analysts And Marketing Specialists 98.42%
458 Web Developers 98.48%
459 Software Developers, Applications And Systems Software 98.58%
460 Personal Financial Advisors 98.60%
461 Nurse Practitioners, And Nurse Midwives 98.60%
462 Optometrists 98.65%
463 Physicians And Surgeons 98.72%
464 Psychologists 98.72%
465 Architectural And Engineering Managers 98.75%
466 Computer And Information Systems Managers 98.78%
467 Chemists And Materials Scientists 98.86%
468 Biomedical And Agricultural Engineers 98.94%
469 Credit Analysts 99.00%
470 Miscellaneous Mathematical Science Occupations, Including Mathematicians And Statisticians 99.18%
471 Radiation Therapists 99.21%
472 Chemical Engineers 99.29%
473 Audiologists 99.32%
474 Military Officer Special And Tactical Operations Leaders 99.33%
475 Sales Engineers 99.37%
476 Compensation And Benefits Managers 99.49%
477 Natural Sciences Managers 99.59%
478 Astronomers And Physicists 100.00%
479 Actuaries 100.00%

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