Special Report

Jobs With the Best and Worst Job Security

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4. Telemarketers
> Unemployment rate: 10.5% (4th highest)
> Labor force: 65,000
> Median annual wage: $24,460
> Proj. job growth 2016-2026: +0.0%
> Typical entry level edu. required: No formal educational credential

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3. Graders and sorters, agricultural products
> Unemployment rate: 11.5% (3rd highest)
> Labor force: 96,000
> Median annual wage: $23,340
> Proj. job growth 2016-2026: -0.9%
> Typical entry level edu. required: No formal educational credential

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2. Roofers
> Unemployment rate: 12.2% (2nd highest)
> Labor force: 229,000
> Median annual wage: $38,970
> Proj. job growth 2016-2026: +11.1%
> Typical entry level edu. required: No formal educational credential

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1. Dishwashers
> Unemployment rate: 13.9% (the highest)
> Labor force: 306,000
> Median annual wage: $21,500
> Proj. job growth 2016-2026: +4.3%
> Typical entry level edu. required: No formal educational credential

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