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Question by SABRINA: What are 101 jobs?
I am trying to do a project and I am stuck so can you please help me!!! The first person who posts 101 or more will get chosen best answer!!thanks

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Answer by Loving_Heart
More jobs: Stats on 166 titles

Physical therapist assistants 44.20% $ 42,086
Dental hygienists 43.32% $ 68,153
Forensic science technicians 36.40% $ 52,604
Veterinary technologists and technicians 35.32% $ 29,122
Occupational therapist assistants 34.10% $ 42,639
Community and social service specialists 31.95% $ 38,579
Hydrologists 31.57% $ 68,192
Social and human service assistants 29.68% $ 52,756
Athletic trainers 29.34% $ 42,466
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 27.07% $ 41,966
Business operation specialists 27.04% $ 63,015
Epidemiologists 26.18% $ 59,505
Medical and public health social workers 25.93% $ 46,917
Computer and information scientists, research 25.63% $ 96,797
Marriage and family therapists 25.38% $ 48,058
Environmental engineering technicians 24.42% $ 44,405
Rehabilitation counselors 23.93% $ 49,998
Healthcare practitioners and technical workers 23.84% $ 60,051
Counselors, all other 23.14% $ 42,473
Health diagnosing and treating practitioners 22.51% $ 91,493
Health educators 22.49% $ 47,726
Social workers 22.02% $ 43,773
Nuclear medicine technologists 21.48% $ 66,140
Biochemists and biophysicists 21.03% $ 76,839
Life scientists, all other 20.63% $ 91,154
Education, training, and library workers 20.47% $ 37,418
Coaches and scouts 20.42% $ 47,412
Industrial-organizational psychologists 20.42% $ 85,109
Life, physical, and social science technicians 20.03% $ 48,954
Interpreters and translators 19.88% $ 38,159
Social workers, all other 19.56% $ 46,133
Child, family, and school social workers 19.03% $ 42,340
Directors, religious activities and education 18.51% $ 73,015
Primary, secondary, and special educations teachers 18.30% $ 50,289
Cost estimators 18.21% $ 54,555
Orthotists and prosthetists 17.96% $ 44,709
Loan counselors 17.66% $ 35,073
Social science research assistants 17.44% $ 38,723
Architects, except landscape and naval 17.33% $ 48,932
Microbiologists 17.22% $ 59,747
Biological technicians 17.20% $ 40,394
Occupational health and safety technicians 17.07% $ 50,492
General and operations managers 17.04% $ 98,854
Anthropologists and archeologists 17.00% $ 52,086
Administrative services managers 16.88% $ 71,585
Commercial pilots 16.81% $ 98,392
Chefs and head cooks 16.70% $ 44,176
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 16.63% $ 47,644
Producers and directors 16.60% $ 45,808
Atmospheric and space scientists 16.55% $ 107,414
Environmental science and protection technicians, including health 16.27% $ 41,455
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons 16.18% $ 211,766
Curators 15.67% $ 49,420
Embalmers 15.65% $ 40,914
Adult literacy, remedial education, and GED teachers and instructors 15.63% $ 48,114
Interior designers 15.54% $ 50,625
First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives 15.52% $ 72,048
Arbitrators, mediators, and conciliators 15.52% $ 64,079
Cartographers and photogrammetrists 15.26% $ 55,634
Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators 15.07% $ 42,533
Therapists, all other 14.97% $ 49,662
Teachers and instructors 14.90% $ 36,545
Chief Executives 14.87% $ 254,643
Financial managers 14.80% $ 128,910
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 14.79% $ 42,020
Real estate sales agents 14.69% $ 27,654
Physical scientists 14.65% $ 89,151
Financial specialists 14.37% $ 88,578
Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, technical and scientific products 14.36% $ 108,013
Camera operators, television, video, and motion picture 14.22% $ 49,151
Multi-media artists and animators 14.13% $ 47,492
Museum Technicians and Conservators 14.13% $ 40,084
Soil and plant Scientists 13.86% $ 60,075
Child care workers 13.75% $ 41,883
Nuclear technicians 13.69% $ 56,565
Natural sciences managers 13.64% $ 116,504
Designers, all other 13.61% $ 49,664
Budget analysts 13.47% $ 63,835
Agricultural and food science technicians 13.40% $ 36,080
Archivists 13.36% $ 44,818
Zoologists and wildlife biologists 12.95% $ 57,055
Animal scientists 12.91% $ 52,714
Cooks 12.83% $ 32,590
Probation officers and correctional treatment specialists 12.81% $ 47,583
Transportation, storage, and distribution managers 12.73% $ 97,332
Library assistants, clerical 12.52% $ 38,032
Occupational health and safety specialists 12.44% $ 73,029
Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 12.40% $ 70,599
First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 12.39% $ 80,183
Clergy 12.38% $ 40,583
Social scientists and related workers, all other 12.33% $ 68,961
Agents and business managers of artists, performers, and athletes 11.84% $ 86,218
Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 11.62% $ 65,571
Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 11.52% $ 130,385
Food service managers 11.50% $ 65,625
Art directors 11.50% $ 94,662
Food scientists and technologists 10.93% $ 61,227
Commercial and industrial designers 10.84% $ 56,104
Astronomers 10.45% $ 104,691
Music directors and composers 10.45% $ 49,289
Construction managers 10.37% $ 74,873
Merchandise displayers and window trimmers 10.32% $ 53,567
Administrative law judges, adjudicators, and hearing officers 10.08% $ 81,384
Office and administrative support workers, all other 10.05% $ 34,876
Psychologists 9.89% $ 77,734
Broadcast technicians 9.77% $ 36,736
Electrical and electronics repairers 9.74% $ 56,644
Electro-mechanical technicians 9.69% $ 46,501
Financial examiners 9.47% $ 72,558
Set and exhibit designers 9.29% $ 57,372
Audiologists 9.14% $ 57,873
First-line supervisors/managers, protective service workers 8.66% $ 62,394
Aerospace engineering and operations technicians 8.51% $ 57,086
Fashion designers 8.43% $ 73,290
Operations research analysts 8.39% $ 76,595
Wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products 8.38% $ 65,757
Geoscientists, except hydrologists and geographers 8.29% $ 63,531
Loan officers 8.26% $ 76,257
Office managers 8.09% $ 61,819
Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 8.08% $ 83,788
Materials scientists 8.01% $ 81,041
Insurance underwriters 7.95% $ 56,978
Managers, all other 7.85% $ 90,790
Farm and home management advisors 7.74% $ 49,806
Law clerks 7.68% $ 39,741
Religious workers 7.43% $ 29,300
Political scientists 7.31% $ 94,458
Chemists 7.27% $ 68,749
Legal support workers 7.13% $ 39,804
Physicists 6.97% $ 76,759
Purchasing managers 6.96% $ 77,250
Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates 6.91% $ 101,868
Geographers 6.75% $ 69,272
Foresters 6.70% $ 56,233
Funeral directors 6.67% $ 61,443
Insurance sales agents 6.55% $ 79,741
Geological and petroleum technicians 6.50% $ 52,516
Conservation scientists 6.32% $ 59,108
Mathematical scientists, all other 6.18% $ 68,852
Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 5.87% $ 34,858
Recreational therapists 5.72% $ 40,299
Economists 5.64% $ 102,565
Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents 5.12% $ 53,920
Librarians 4.94% $ 52,977
Reporters and correspondents 4.92% $ 37,270
Sociologists 4.66% $ 68,724
Statisticians 4.65% $ 79,125
Architectural and civil drafters 4.64% $ 44,213
Insurance claims and policy processing clerks 4.54% $ 31,721
Chemical technicians 4.44% $ 47,112
Historians 4.33% $ 54,629
Broadcast news analysts 4.28% $ 65,269
Farm, ranch, and other agricultural managers 4.04% $ 61,020
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 3.83% $ 43,843
Credit analysts 3.55% $ 53,958
Mathematical technicians 3.40% $ 48,634
Respiratory therapy technicians 3.27% $ 41,854
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 2.70% $ 60,951
Legislators 1.97% $ 35,234
New accounts clerks 1.73% $ 32,444
Electrical and electronics drafters 1.22% $ 60,012
Industrial production managers 0.78% $ 92,031
Computer-controlled machine tool operators, metal and plastic -1.18% $ 45,852
Mathematicians -1.30% $ 67,053

Fire inspectors and investigators -5.51% $ 52,659
Semiconductor processors -7.50% $ 35,482

Software engineer 46.07% $ 80,427
2 College professor 31.39% $ 81,491
3 Financial advisor 25.92% $ 122,462
4 Human resources manager 23.47% $ 73,731
5 Physician assistant 49.65% $ 75,117
6 Market research analyst 20.19% $ 82,317
7 Computer/IT analyst 36.10% $ 83,427
8 Real estate appraiser 22.78% $ 66,216
9 Pharmacist 24.57% $ 91,998
10 Psychologist 19.14% $ 66,359
11 Advertising manager 20.34% $ 107,049
12 Physical therapist 36.74% $ 54,883
13 Technical writer 23.22% $ 57,841
14 Chiropractor 22.40% $ 84,996
15 Medical scientist 34.06% $ 70,053
16 Physical scientist 12.18% $ 80,213
17 Engineer 13.38% $ 76,100
18 Curriculum developer 27.53% $ 55,793
19 Editor 14.77% $ 78,242
20 Public relations specialist 22.61% $ 84,567
21 Sales manager 19.67% $ 135,903
22 Optometrist 19.73% $ 93,670
23 Property manager 15.30% $ 78,375
24 Actuary 23.16% $ 81,509
25 Writer 17.72% $ 60,519
26 Social service manager 25.52% $ 74,584
27 Paralegal 29.75% $ 61,204
28 Health services manager 22.76% $ 92,211
29 Advertising sales agent 16.33% $ 112,683
30 Physician/Surgeon 23.98% $ 247,536
31 Management analyst 20.12% $ 63,426
32 Occupational therapist 33.61% $ 51,973
33 Mental health counselor 27.18% $ 53,150
34 Landscape architect 19.43% $ 50,383
35 Biotechnology research scientist 17.05% $ 66,393
36 Urban planner 15.17% $ 60,891
37 Lawyer 14.97% $ 153,923
38 Speech-language pathologist 14.57% $ 58,329
39 Meeting and convention planner 22.21% $ 56,072
40 Dietitian/Nutritionist 18.30% $ 52,244
41 Biological scientist 17.03% $ 61,317
42 Financial analyst 17.33% $ 66,203
43 Dentist 13.52% $ 122,883
44 Accountant 22.43% $ 62,575
45 Environmental scientist 17.11% $ 59,027
46 Lab technologist 20.53% $ 51,502
47 Registered nurse 29.35% $ 68,872
48 Sales engineer 13.96% $ 78,875
49 Veterinarian 17.39% $ 79,923
50 School Administrator 14.55% $ 73,767

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One thought on “What are 101 jobs?

  1. springchicken78 says:

    1. teacher
    2. doctor
    3. lawyer
    4. architect
    5. realtor
    6. pilot
    7. fireman
    8. mail person
    9. farmer
    10. merchandiser
    11. manager
    12. supervisor
    13. telemarketer
    14. car sales person
    15. dentist
    16. archeologist
    17. artist
    18. performing artist
    19. receptionist
    20. personal assistant
    21. accountant
    22. translator
    23. police officer
    24. politician
    25. cosmetologist
    26. lobbyist
    27. journalist
    28. playwright
    29. publisher
    30. talent manager
    31. coach
    32. psychologist
    33. psychiatrist
    34. pharmacist
    35. radiologist
    36. oral surgeon
    37. travel agent
    38. bell boy
    39. waiter/waitress
    40. tailor/seamstress
    41. hotel clerk
    42. maid
    43. bank teller
    44. financial advisor
    45. landscaper
    46. land surveyor
    47. painter
    48. carpenter
    49. plumber
    50. electrician
    51. researcher
    52. grant writer
    53. librarian
    54. cashier
    55. chef
    56. horse trainer
    57. vet
    58. phone operator
    59. customer service rep
    60. daycare monitor
    61. professional athlete
    62. dock worker
    63. truck driver
    64. warehouse receiver
    65. truck dispatcher
    66. interior decorator
    67. photographer
    68. caterer
    69. economist/business analyst
    70. cruise ship captain
    71. zoo keeper
    72. marine biologist
    73. road/bridges construction worker
    74. civil engineer
    75. computer programmer
    76. professional organizer
    77. fashion consultant/designer
    78. talk show host
    79. immigration officer
    80. tax auditor
    81. lock smith
    82. security guard
    83. preacher/pastor/rabbi/imam
    84. web developer
    85. mechanic
    86. stock broker
    87. private investigator
    88. bounty hunter
    89. florist
    90. radio disc jockey
    92. masseuse
    93. advertising account executive
    94. project manager
    95. dental assistant
    96. insurance claims adjuster
    97. welder
    98. electronics repair person
    99. nurse
    100. physical therapist
    101. military recruiter

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