In Demand Occupations

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Marketing In-Demand Occupations

These are occupations that are found in an industry cluster that are projected to add a significant number of new jobs to our state's economy, are existing or emerging occupations being transformed by technology and innovations, or are vital to the overall health of our economy. 

 

Occupation Title

Education

Wage

Hourly/Annual

First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers

NFE

$18.74/$38,980

Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except
Technical and Scientific Products


HS


$28.51/$59,290

Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists

B

$32.72/$68,050

Sales Representatives, Services, All Other

B

$25.79/$53,640

Counter and Rental Clerks

HS

$12.57/$26,150

Parts Salespersons

NFE

$13.78/$28,660

Telemarketers

NFE

$10.79/$22,440

First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail Sales Workers

NFE

$35.63/$74,120

Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers

HS

$23.77/$49,430

Driver/Sales Workers

HS

$13.69/$28,480

Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing,
Technical and Scientific Products


B


$32.09/$66,750

Sales Managers

B

$57.26/119,090

Real Estate Sales Agents

HS

$19.76/$41,100

Marketing Managers

B

$74.53/$155,020

Public Relations Specialists

B

$29.07/$60,470

Door-To-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors,
and Related Workers


NFE


$13.88/$28,880

Doctoral or professional degree (D) – Requires at least three years of full-time academic study beyond a bachelor’s degree.

Master’s degree (M) – Requires one or two years of full-time academic study beyond a bachelor’s degree.

Bachelor’s degree (B) – Requires four or five years of full-time academic study.

Associate degree (A) – Requires at least two years of full-time academic study.

Postsecondary non-degree award (PS) – Programs last a few weeks to more than a year; leads to a certificate or other award.

Some college, no degree (SC) – Requires the completion of a high school diploma or equivalent plus the completion of one or more postsecondary courses that did not result in a degree or award.

High School diploma or equivalent (HS) – Requires the completion of high school or an equivalent program resulting in the award of a high school diploma or an equivalent, such as a GED.

No Formal Education (NFE) – Signifies that a formal credential issued by an educational institution, such as a high school diploma or postsecondary certificate, is not typically needed for entry into the occupation.