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|#||Job Title||Typical Entry Level College Degree Needed||Projected Career Growth||Projected New Jobs by 2022||Median Salary|
|1||Interpreters & Translators||Bachelor's Degree||46%||29,300||$45,430|
|2||Information Security Analysts||Bachelor's Degree||37%||27,400||$86,170|
|3||Nurse Practitioners||Master's Degree||34%||47,600||$96,460|
|4||Market Research Analyst||Bachelor's Degree||32%||131,500||$60,300|
|5||Marriage & Family Therapists||Master's Degree||31%||11,600||$41,500|
|6||Substance Abuse Counselors||High School Diploma/Equivalent (Bachelor's Degrees Available)||31%||28,200||$38,520|
|7||Surgical Technologists||Postsecondary Non-degree Award||30%||29,300||$41,790|
|8||Veterinary Technologists & Technicians||Associate's Degree||30%||25,000||$30,290|
|9||Certified Nurse Midwife||Master's Degree||29%||47,600||$96,460|
|10||Medical Assistants||Postsecondary Non-degree Award||29%||162,900||$29,370|
|11||Personal Financial Advisors||Bachelor's Degree||27%||60,300||$67,520|
|13||Cost Estimator||Bachelor's Degree||26%||53,000||$58,860|
|14||Licensed Practical Nurse||Postsecondary Non-degree Award||25%||182,900||$41,540|
|15||Dental Assistants||Postsecondary Non-degree Award||25%||74,400||$34500|
|16||Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics||Postsecondary Non-degree Award||23%||55,300||$31,020|
|17||Medical & Health Services Manager||Bachelor's Degree||23%||73,300||$88,580|
|18||Software Developers||Bachelor's Degree||22%||222,600||$93,350|
|20||Medical & Clinical Lab Technicians/Technologists||Technicians: Associate’s Degree or Postsecondary Non-degree Award | Technologists: Bachelor's Degree||22%||70,600||$47,820|
|21||Medical Records & Health Information Technicians||Postsecondary Non-degree Award||22%||41,100||$34,160|
|22||HVAC & Refrigeration Mechanics/Installers||Postsecondary Non-degree Award||21%||55,900||$43,640|
|23||Nursing Aide||State-approved Education Program (Degree's Available)||21%||312,200||$24,400|
|24||Civil Engineers||Bachelor's Degree||20%||53,700||$79,340|
|25||Pharmacy Technician||High School Diploma/Equivalent (Certificates & Degrees Available)||20%||70,700||$29,320|
|26||Nursing Instructor||Master's Degree||19%||68,970||$68,970|
|27||Registered Nurse||Associate's Degree||19%||526,800||$65,470|
|28||Social Workers||Bachelor's Degree||19%||114,100||$44,200|
|31||Preschool Teachers||Associate's Degree||17%||76,400||$27,130|
|32||Financial Analysts||Bachelor's Degree||16%||39,300||$76,950|
|33||Education Administrators||Master's Degree||15%||23,500||$86,490|
|34||Computer & Information Systems Managers||Bachelor's Degree||15%||50,900||$120,950|
|35||Computer Network Architects||Bachelor's Degree||15%||20,900||$91,000|
|36||Database Administrators||Bachelor's Degree||15%||17,900||$77,080|
|38||Marketing Manager||Bachelor's Degree||13%||25,400||$115,750|
|39||Human Resource Manager||Bachelor's Degree||13%||13,600||$99,720|
|40||Certified Public Accountant (CPA)||Bachelor's Degree||13%||166,700||$63,550|
|41||Instructional Coordinators||Master's Degree||13%||18,500||$60,050|
|42||Interior Designer||Bachelor's Degree||13%||7,000||$47,600|
|44||Network & Computer Systems Administrators||Bachelor's Degree||12%||42,900||$72,560|
|45||Secretaries & Administrative Assistants||High School Diploma/Equivalent (Certificates Available)||12%||479,500||$35,330|
|46||Public Relations Specialists||Bachelor's Degree||12%||27,400||$54,170|
|47||Kindergarten & Elementary School Teachers||Bachelor's Degree||12%||188,400||$53,090|
|48||Arbitrators, Mediators & Conciliators||Bachelor's Degree||10%||900||$61,280|
|49||Sales Managers||Bachelor's Degree||8%||29,800||$105,260|
|50||Emergency Management Directors||Bachelor's Degree||8%||800||$59,770|