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30 Most "In-Demand" Occupations


30 Most "In-Demand" Occupations in Wisconsin


Occupational Title Total Annual Openings 2009 Median Hourly Wage 2009 Median Ann. Salary Typical Education or Training Path(5)
Registered nurses 2,010 29.73 61,829 Associate or Bachelor’s degree  
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 1,240 18.22 37,889 Short-term on-the-job training  
Elementary school teachers, except special education 870 NA 50,597 Bachelor’s degree  
Accountants and auditors 740 26.81 55,758 Bachelor’s degree  
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 490 19.29 40,122 Postsecondary vocational training  
Network systems and data communications analysts 430 29.88 62,158 Bachelor’s degree  
Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 400 18.05 37,552 Work experience in a related occupation  
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 380 NA 49,665 Bachelor’s degree  
Police and sheriff’s patrol officers 360 25.5 53,042 Long-term on-the-job training  
Computer systems analysts 310 33.33 69,320 Bachelor’s degree  
Social and community service managers 310 26.34 54,782 Bachelor’s degree  
Postal service mail carriers 310 24 49,912 Short-term on-the-job training  
Administrative services managers 280 31.95 66,450 Bachelor’s or higher degree + work exp.  
Computer software engineers, applications 270 35.53 73,897 Bachelor’s degree  
Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 250 21.96 45,682 Bachelor’s degree  
Sales managers 240 43.91 91,330 Bachelor’s or higher degree + work exp.  
Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 240 23.83 49,572 Bachelor’s degree  
Dental assistants 240 15.97 33,209 Moderate-term on-the-job training  
Public relations specialists 220 22.39 46,575 Bachelor's degree  
Construction laborers 220 19.18 39,898 Moderate-term on-the-job training  

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